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India: Karnataka Govt Invites Bid for 4 Iron Ore Blocks

Department of Mines and Geology (Govt. of Karnataka) has floated the tender for auctioning of 4 iron ore blocks in Karnataka for its 4th phase.

Interested and eligible bidders can participate in bidding only after purchasing of tender document on payment of INR 500,000 plus taxes per tender document .

Due Dates:

  • Last date of sale of tender document – 03 Jun’19
  • Bid due date (Technical + Initial Price offer ) – 12 Jun’19
  • Opening of Technical Bids – 13 Jun’19
  • Announcement of Technically Qualified Bidders – 20 Jun’19
  • Opening of Initial Price offers of Technically Qualified bidders – 24 Jun’19
  • Announcement of Preferred Bidder – 01 Jul’19

Prior to this, Department of Mines and Geology (Govt. of Karnataka) had floated the tender to grant 08 different Iron ore blocks in Karnataka belonging to category “C” mines

News No: 4620
Date: 2019/05/22 - 12:51
News Source: SteelMint

India  Karnataka  Iron Ore  Mines  Geology 


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