Presidency University

Tender Notice No:Books/17-18/FRPDF

23.02.2018

Sealed quotations are invited from the Enlisted Vendors of the University to quote their lowest possible rate for the supply of the under-mentioned goods/articles, subject to the following terms and conditions. The quotations must be submitted to Dr. SumitaSaha of Department of__Sociology____ of the University.

Last date & time for submission of quotation is 02.03.18.(Date) … up to 3.30 P.M.

Consignment in details:-

Sl No

Particulars

Brand/Make

Approximate Quantity

1

Peter Imrey and Andrew Colley (2017) Inclusion is dead: Long Live Inclusion

Rutledge Publications.

01

2

Sue Pearson (2016) Rethinking Children and Inclusive Education

Bloomsbury Academic

01

3

Brahm Norwich &Narcie Kelly (2004)Moderate Learning Difficulties and the Future of Inclusion

Routledge Falmer

01

4

Ka-yin, Wendy, Lee A Case Study of Inclusive Education In Hongkong

University of Hong Kong

01

5

Chris Forlin, Tim Loreman (ed) (2014) Measuring Inclusive Education

Emerald Group Publishing Limited

01

6

Anastasis. D, Vlachou (1997) Struggles for inclusive education: an ethnographic study

Open University Press

01

7

Robert. C. Atchley (2000) Social Forces and Aging: An Introduction to Social Gerontology

Wadsworth Publishing Company

01

8

Rene. D. Somera (1997) Bordered Aging: Ethnography of Daily Life in a Filipino Home for the Aged

De La Salle University Press

01

9

Rachell . A. Dorfman (1994) Aging into the 21st Century: The Exploration of Aspirations and Values

Psychology Press

01

10

V.Sujatha (2014) Sociology of Health And Medicine

Oxford University Press

01

11

Elizabeth Barnes (2016) The Minority Body: A Theory of Disability.

Oxford University Press

01

12

Stephen Lawler & Geoff Payne (2018) Social Mobility for the 21st Century: Everyone a Winner

Rutledge Publications

01

13

Stephen Parker et.al. (2017) Policy and Inequality in Education

Springer Books

01

14

Jennifer M. Gidley (2016) Post formal Education : a philosophy for complex futures

Springer Books

01

15

Xuan Thuy Nguyen (2015) The Journey to Inclusion

Sense Publishers

01

16

Courtney Wilder (2016) Disability Faith And the Church Inclusion and Accommodation in Contemporary Congregations

ABC Cleo

01

17

Kami E. Darling (2009) Progressive Inclusion: An Ethnographic Case Study. the Daily Life of a Progressive and Inclusive Classroom

Ohio State University

01

18

Alison Ekins (2017) Reconsidering Inclusion: Sustaining and Building Inclusive Practices in Schools

Rutledge

01

19

Kate Lapham & Martyn Rousse (2013) Learning to See Invisible Children: Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Central Asia

Open Society Foundations

01

20

Antje Kampf, Barbara L. Marshall, Alan Petersen (ed.) (2013) Aging Men , Masculinities and Modern Medicines

Rutledge

01

Note: a) The sealed cover should be duly super scribed with the enquiry no & date and name of the item quoted in block letter.

b) Party is requested to keep in touch with Dr. SumitaSaha, Department of Sociology, Presidency University before quoting the rate for better knowledge of specification, quality of material, etc.

c) Warranty must be mentioned in your offer for all the above items.

d) Please make sure to mention unit price and cumulative price for all items that should be inclusive of all taxes, duties and other charges as stated in point no.3 below.

e) Rate and amount of GST for each item is to be specified in the quotation.

Finance Officer

Terms & conditions of the Quotation:-

1. The bidder must be GST-Registered (photocopy of the GST Registration Certificate to be provided along with the quotation). Quotations of the unregistered dealers would be summarily rejected.

2. The quotations should be made by the vendors in their original letterheads clearly indicating the aforesaid goods/articles in details.

3. Price quoted should be inclusive of GST, installation, commissioning and delivery charges up to Presidency University.

4. Rate and amount of GST for each item is to be specified in the quotation.

5. Validity of the quotation will be at least 3(three) months from the closing date of the enquiry.

6. Sample must be attached with quotation in all possible cases.

7. Our enquiry no and date & Purchase order no. and date must be quoted on all correspondences and those should be duly signed and seal.

8. Bidders must as far as possible, arrange to supply the materials within the stipulated time mentioned in the purchase order. This delivery time must be strictly adhered to. Failure to supply within the specified time will lead to cancellation of the order without notice.

9. The University reserves the right to accept or reject any quotation in part or full without assigning any reason thereto.

10. In all cases of disputes, the decision of the University shall be final & binding on you.

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