Seeking public comments on preliminary draft of Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, 2015

Seeking public comments on preliminary draft of Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, 2015
Last Date Jun 30,2015 17:00 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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The Finance Minister in his budget speech for the Union Budget 2015-16 interalia stressed the need to streamline the institutional arrangements for resolution of disputes relating ...

The Finance Minister in his budget speech for the Union Budget 2015-16 interalia stressed the need to streamline the institutional arrangements for resolution of disputes relating to public contracts and proposed to introduce Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill. The relevant excerpt from his budget speech is as follows:

"73. On the other hand, disputes arising in public contracts take long to resolve, and the process is very costly too. My Government proposes to introduce Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, to streamline the institutional arrangements for resolution of such disputes."

2. Accordingly, a preliminary first draft of Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, 2015 has been prepared. The proposed legislation is envisaged to deal with the contracts entered into by Public Authority for construction projects and infrastructure projects including PPP projects.

3. The draft bill is attached for obtaining comments/views of stakeholders.

Last date/time to share your views is 30th June, 2015 by 5.00 PM.

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MANAN Bhatt_1 4 years 3 months ago

#skillindia #universityofindianarmedforces
My open letter to ms smriti Irani, min of HRD
Dear madam, I am writing you to highlight the atrocities to the serving sailors,soldiers,airmen. They all are recruited and trained in their allotted trades by the defence. But the biggest irony is that none of the courses and training offered are recognised by the UGC nor these are affiliated to any university. So the highly trained and skilled jawan when retires at an early age of32-35 years, his qualification is nil. He gets nothing. My request to you is that A UNIVERSITY OF DEFENCE BE ESTABLISHED just as done by our PM in Gandhinagar. This historic move will place our government back into the hearts of the jawans. A bad image of our PM has been created by some rogue elements on OROP issue. The jawans retiring after 15 years of more are being given some funny 'equavalant to graduation' certificate which has no educational value. Jawans are being cheated by the officers so that they will not face competition from them in higher posts after retirement. To cover all this up, jawans pre release courses offered but they too are of no educational value. Retiring Officers are offered courses in IIMs an IITs. The jawans re allotted hair cutting technology course.