Active Tenders of Airports Authority Of India in Kerala
Active Tenders of Airports Authority Of India in Kerala
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Kerala is one of the states with the highest literacy rates in India (up to 90%). From Food to Agriculture to Animal Husbandry and from rural development to urban development, there are around 146 organizations in Kerala which are floating e-tenders for the smooth administration of the state. The duration of the application process of the eprocurement in kerala is generally between 1 to 2 days. Bid Assist offers the latest eprocurement updates of Kerala at one place. Whether you are looking for e-tenders from Kerala Government, or from other organizations, Bid Assist lists all the active Kerala govt. tenders and other tenders on this page. We have shortlisted some of the most prominent and frequently active eproc Kerala tenders which are given here - Local Self Government Department ,Public Work Department,Kerala Water Authority ,Irrigation Department,Forest Department,Directorate of Panchayat. Local Self Government Department - Local Self Government departments perform local administration in a particular area of the state. They are also known as the third sphere of the Indian government. The first and second spheres are union and state, respectively.In the Local Self Government Department, the administration is managed by the municipal corporation in the urban areas, while the panchayat raj system is established to manage the rural areas.Local Self Government departments have floated more than 2000 e-tenders in Kerala for under the administration of Kerala Government.Public Work Department- PWD stands for Public Work Department, and this department looks after the formulation, implementation and maintenance of the public department works which are undertaken by the government of Kerala. Creating proper road infrastructure for the economic development and ease of mobility of the state is the primary work of the PWD Department. PWD department floated more than 400 Kerala govt. tenders recently. Kerala Water Authority- Kerala Water Authority is an autonomous department under the Kerala government which manages the water functions and wastewater management in the state. The vision and mission of this department are to provide quality water supply service to the doorsteps of every resident of Kerala in an eco-friendly and sustainable manner.Kerala Water Authority issued more than 200 tenders to maintain the water supply and improvise the wastewater management. Irrigation Department-Irrigation Department design builds and manages the water bodies and the resources required for the agricultural development and water management in the state.Irrigation department strives to build dams, canals, bridges and water storage entities to supply quality water to the farming lands. This department has issued more than 200 tenders regarding construction and maintenance of water bodies. Forest Department-Forest department handles the preservation of the biodiversity of plants, animals and humans. It also looks after the protection of the environment and develops the natural habitat of the forest by planting more trees. It also plays a significant role in developing tribal life and empowering the weaker section through transparent and rational methods. This department released more than 100 Kerala government tenders.Directorate of Panchayat- Panchayat system is the ground level administration system of the state and central government. Panchayat system is responsible for constructing roads, schools and managing the village administration. Directorate of Panchayat has issued more than 100 Kerala govt. tenders for roads, schools and community development. There are many more organizations that release Kerala tenders on a periodic basis, most of which can be found on Bid Assist. Get the latest Kerala govt tenders on this page.
The AAI or the Airport Authority of India was founded first on the 1st of April, 1995, by an Act of Parliament. The National Airport Authority and International Airport Authority have been consolidated to create the Airport Authority of India. Finally, a single organization was consigned with a lot of responsibilities like planning, updating, maintaining, and regulating the entire system both on the ground and air space. The AAI operates a total of 137 airports, out of which there are 23 international airports, ten custom airports, and 104 domestic airports. Moreover, the authority also renders air navigation services to an ample air space. Within the year 2018 to 2019, the AAI handled aircraft movement, passengers, and the cargoes. Providing passenger facility is one of the most crucial functions of the authority as that encompasses the construction, modification, management of the passenger terminals, development and maintenance of the communication, navigation, and surveillance. The air navigation services include tuning with an international approach towards modernization. The AAI has always been working hard to execute their plan for the transition of satellite-based communication and air traffic management for which they took the initiative to substitute the traditional with the latest technology to enhance the standards of safety of airports in the air. Some of the other prominent actions taken by the AAI are Reduced Vertical Separation Minima, the GPS, or Geo Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) jointly with ISRO. The security environment has been strengthened with some vital installations, renewing the security guards, x-raying of luggage, and baggage checking at the airport to restore the passenger's confidence. Information technology also plays a significant role in executing operational, managerial tasks to ensure effectiveness, transparency, and employee productivity. However, the primary goal of the AAI is to be the framework of a permanent Indian aviation network that is capable of providing high quality, safe, and customer-oriented air navigation systems. This will help the authority to survive and boost up the economic growth of the areas that they serve. The AAI releases tenders to ensure continued developmental, implementation, and maintenance processes for both the international and domestic airports. The AAI tenders are published aiming to maintain the highest standards of excellence, which has a contemporary and robust infrastructure. This provides immense support in promoting air connectivity even at unserved and under-served airports. Anyone can have a look at the latest updates of AAI e-tenders on AAI's official website. But if you want to get notified on each release, then you can try out the BidAssistant app. This app is now one of the emerging apps where you can get access to unlimited tenders from around 7000 authorities from India. So if you want to get a chance to apply on several bids at a time and increase your chances to win, then log in to BidAssist and enjoy bidding.