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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA





KARNATAKA STATE INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT & DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION LIMITED (KSIIDC)
4
th
Floor, East Wing, Khanija Bhavan, #49, Race Course Road, BANGALORE 560001











Development of around 309 acres in Devanahalli Business
Park (DBP) adjoining Bengaluru International Airport,
Bangalore on B-O-T model

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September 15, 2008


Project Advisor
KSIIDC - IL&FS Project Development Company Limited
4th Floor, East Wing, Khanija Bhavan, #49, Race Course Road, BANGALORE 560001
KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA
Tel: +91-80-40343317/ 40343333
Fax: +91-80-40343310
E-MAIL: KIPDC@YAHOO.COM

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 BANGALORE: CITY PROFILE ................................................................................................................................ 3
2 INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT & RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .................................................................................... 5
3 OTHER MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVES IN BANGALORE ......................................................................... 7
4 DEVANAHALLI BUSINESS PARK (DBP) ................................................................................................................ 8
4.1 BACKGROUND ................................................................................................................................................... 8
4.2 SITE LOCATION & CONTOUR ................................................................................................................................. 8
4.3 MARKET STUDY & SUGGESTED LAND USE PLAN ........................................................................................................ 9
4.4 BUSINESS PLAN ............................................................................................................................................... 12
5 PROJECT APPROVALS ...................................................................................................................................... 13
6 PROPOSED PROJECT STRUCTURE ..................................................................................................................... 14
7 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST ............................................................................................................................... 15
8 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ....................................................................................................................................... 15
9 DISCLAIMER..................................................................................................................................................... 16
10 PRE-BID MEETING & EOI SUBMISSION............................................................................................................. 16
10.1 PRESCRIBED FORMS FOR EOI SUBMISSION ......................................................................................................... 18
10.1.1 Annexure 1: Covering Letter Format ............................................................................................... 18
10.1.2 Annexure 2: Checklist Of Submissions ............................................................................................. 20
10.1.3 Annexure 3: Format for Letter of Undertaking ................................................................................ 20
10.1.4 Annexure 4: Format For Consortium Agreement ............................................................................. 21
10.1.5 Annexure 5: Format For Board Resolution Of The Bidder For The Bid Signatory ............................... 24
10.1.6 Annexure 6: Format For General Information (To Be Submitted for Each Consortium Member) ....... 25
10.1.7 Annexure 7: Format For Financial Information ................................................................................ 26
10.1.8 Annexure 8: Format For Development/Construction Experience ...................................................... 27



LIST OF TABLES
TABLE 1: DEMAND-SUPPLY GAP IN COMMERCIAL, RETAIL & HOSPITALITY SECTORS IN BANGALORE ..................................................... 10
TABLE 2: SUGGESTED LAND USE PLAN OF DBP ..................................................................................................................... 11
TABLE 3: SALIENT FEATURES OF SUGGESTED REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT ..................................................................................... 13


LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1: LOCATION OF BANGALORE & KARNATAKA STATE IN INDIA ............................................................................................ 3
FIGURE 2: MAPS DEPICTING REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENTS IN AND AROUND THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT & DBP ................................... 6
FIGURE 3: LOCATION OF KARNATAKA, BANGALORE & DBP IN INDIA ............................................................................................ 9
FIGURE 4: SUGGESTED LAND USE PLAN OF DBP ................................................................................................................... 11
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1 BANGALORE: CITY PROFILE

1. Bangalore, Information Technology (IT) & Bio-technology (BT) capital of India, is the
fifth largest metropolitan city in India and capital of Karnataka state with population
of around 8 million spread over an area of around 1,307 sq.km.

2. Over 2,000 IT & IT Enabled Services (ITES) companies, including more than 100 Fortune-
500 companies have established their operations in Bangalore generating IT & ITES
exports of around INR 700 billion (US$ 16.3 billion) and directly employing over 650,000
professionals.

3. Some of the prominent Fortune-500 companies having operations in Bangalore are General
Electric, Toyota, ING, Microsoft, Intel, Citigroup, IBM, HP, Dell, Societe Generale,
TESCO, CISCO, AXA, Sun Microsystems, HSBC, Accenture, Motorola, Flextronics, 3M,
Honeywell, Siemens, Bosch, Tyco, Astra Zeneca, ABB, Alcan, JP Morgan Chase and
Goldman Sachs. Prominent Indian IT&ITES companies like Infosys and Wipro have their
headquarters in Bangalore, while Satyam & TCS have major operations in the city. Annual
disposable income of the professionals employed in IT&ITES sector at Bangalore is
estimated to be around INR 120 billion (US$ 2.79 billion) per annum.

Figure 1: Location of Bangalore & Karnataka State in India




BANGALORE
MUMBAI
DELHI
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4. Bangalore is home to around 200 Bio-tech companies (more than 50% of Bio-tech
companies in India), which are growing at 40% p.a. and accounting for more than 60% of
total BT exports from India of US$ 1.5 billion in FY 07-08. Bio-Tech sector is expected to
grow to US$ 5 billion by 2010.

5. Over the past few years, Bangalore is emerging as one of the major Medical Tourism
destinations in the world due to availability of tertiary and quaternary hospitals of
international standards with significant cost advantage. Over 200,000 medical tourists
visited India for medical treatment to the tune of US$ 600 million in 2007, which is
expected to increase to US$ 2 billion by 2012.

6. Apart from IT & ITES sector, Bangalore and its surroundings house manufacturing
facilities of Toyota, Volvo, Tyco, Bosch and other large & medium scale industries in
various industrial areas in and around Bangalore.

7. Bangalore also houses prestigious state-owned educational, research & manufacturing
organizations like Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Indian Institute of
Science (IISc), Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), National Aerospace Laboratories
(NAL), Bharat Earth Movers Ltd (BEML), Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL), Hindustan
Machine Tools (HMT), Indian Institute of Management (IIM), National Law School of
India University (NLSIU) and various other educational institutions & organizations.

8. Bangalore has the highest demand and supply of office space in India during FY 2007-
08, with cumulative supply of around 57 million sq.ft. and annual supply of around 14
million sq.ft. fully absorbed in the market. Luxury hotels in Bangalore have the highest
occupancy levels and Average Room Realisation in India over the past few years with
significant shortage of rooms during most times of the year.

9. Presently, IT & ITES companies are concentrated in and around Central Business District,
East Bangalore (Whitefield, International Tech Park Bangalore (ITB) developed by
Ascendas), South-East Bangalore (Electronic City spread over 440 acres, Sarjapur-Outer
Ring Road). However, with the International Airport becoming operational near
Devanahalli (40 kms North of Bangalore), major real estate projects and developments
are witnessed between Bangalore city and new International Airport.

10. Govt. of India has approved development of Airport related SEZ near the International
Airport, 22 IT-ITES Special Economic Zones (SEZ), 1 Bio-tech SEZ in and around
Bangalore, while 1 Aerospace SEZ is proposed to be developed near Devanahalli.
These SEZs are Free Trade Zones with tax exemptions for 10 years to encourage
exports. Many of these SEZs are under development currently.

11. Presently, Bangalore Airport handles around 10.5 million passengers per annum,
which is expected to grow at around 20% p.a. over the next few years.
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2 INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT & RELATED
DEVELOPMENTS

The following are some of the major infrastructure initiatives implemented/under
implementation in and around Bangalore to meet the growing needs of the City:

1. Bengaluru International Airport (BIA):
BIA is developed on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) basis by the consortium of Siemens
(40%), Zurich Airport (17%) and Larsen & Toubro (17%) along with Airports Authority of
India (13%) and Karnataka State Industrial Investment & Development Corporation Ltd
(KSIIDC) (13%) near Devanahalli, which is around 35 kms. north of Bangalore, to
initially handle 11 million passengers p.a. scalable to handle 40 million passengers p.a.
over next few years.

The airport is expected to act as regional hub for global connectivity and would accelerate
infrastructure & real estate development in and around the airport. As part of BIA project, a
Special Economic Zone and commercial developments are proposed within the Airport.

BIA and DBP falls under the jurisdiction of Bangalore International Airport Area
Planning Authority (BIAAPA) formed by Government of Karnataka to ensure organized
development of an area of 985 sq.km. comprising part of Bangalore North, Devanahalli,
Dodaballapur taluks.

2. Hi-Speed Airport Rail Link:
In order to ensure fast and easy connectivity from Bangalore City Centre to the International
Airport, Hi-Speed Airport Rail link of around 34 kms from CBD to the Airport is under
development, which will enable passengers to reach the Airport around 25 minutes.

3. Widening of NH-7 to 8-lanes:
NHAI is in the process of widening the existing NH-7, along which the International
Airport and DBP are situated, from existing 6-lanes to 8-lanes, which can sustain higher
traffic due to airport expansion and expected real estate developments on either sides of the
NH-7

4. Improved connectivity to the Airport
Government of Karnataka (GoK) has widened and improved the major district roads from
the city and neighbouring areas to the Airport, which would enable passengers to reach the
Airport from the city and surrounding areas easily. In addition, GoK has initiated the
development of Peripheral Ring Road (PRR), Intermediate Ring Road (IRR) and Satellite
Towns Ring Road (STRR), which will significantly improve connectivity to different parts
of the Bangalore Metropolitan Region and the Airport

5. Major Real Estate Developments near the Airport
Major real estate developers are in the process of creating land banks in and around the International
Airport, including announcement of a few SEZs. Figure 2 depicts the major real estate developments
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in and around the International Airport and DBP, wherein the land rates are as high as Rs. 3,500 per
sq.ft. along the NH-7, as per JLLM market study report.

Figure 2: Maps depicting real estate developments in and around the International Airport &
DBP



Source: JLLMs Market Study Report

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3 OTHER MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVES IN
BANGALORE

The following are some of the other major infrastructure initiatives under implementation in
and around Bangalore to meet the growing needs of the City:

1. Bangalore Metro Rail:
Bangalore Metro Rail covering a length of around 33 kms spread over the North-South
and East-West Corridors is under construction by Government of Karnataka at an
estimated project cost of INR 64 billion (US$ 1.5 billion). The project is expected to be
completed by 2010-11.

2. Elevated Expressway:
Elevated tolled expressway of 9.5 kms connecting the city to Electronic City is in
advanced stage of implementation on PPP basis, which will ease traffic congestion along
the corridor

3. Bangalore Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC)
BMIC Project comprising of construction of a 6-lane tolled expressway between
Bangalore and Mysore, development of 5 integrated townships, power plant, tolled
ring roads around Bangalore to ensure fast and easy connectivity between the 2 cities and
commercial development along the corridor is under implementation on PPP basis.

4. Peripheral Ring Road (PRR):
Government of Karnataka is developing the PRR as 8-lane expressway along the periphery
of Bangalore for a total road length of 109 km.

5. Bidadi Integrated Township
An integrated township spread over an area of 10,000 acres is proposed to be developed on
PPP basis at Bidadi, around 35 kms south-west of Bangalore along the Bangalore-
Mysore Road. This is one of the 5 townships proposed to be developed in the outskirts of
Bangalore along the proposed Satellite Town Ring Road (STRR)

6. Satellite Town Ring Road (STRR) and Integrated Townships
Government of Karnataka is developing 8-lane STRR expressway connecting 5 satellite
towns in the outskirts of Bangalore with total road length of 204 kms around Bangalore
along with development of 5 integrated townships at Bidadi, Ramanagara, Solur,
Sathanur and Nandagudi totaling around 61,000 acres on PPP basis.

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4 DEVANAHALLI BUSINESS PARK (DBP)

4.1 BACKGROUND

1. Karnataka State Industrial Investment & Development Corporation Limited (KSIIDC),
at the behest of Government of Karnataka (GoK), is developing DBP on the site of
around 413.65 acres owned by KSIIDC along the National Highway-7 (NH-7) and
adjoining the northern boundary of Bengaluru International Airport (BIA) near
Devanahalli, around 35 kms north of Bangalore city. KSIIDC-IL&FS Project
Development Company Limited (KIPDC) is the Project Advisor for the DBP project.

2. Of the total site area of around 413.65 acres, GoK has retained around 105 acres for its
use, while balance of around 309 acres is proposed to be bid out through transparent &
competitive bidding process for commercial development on Build-Operate-Transfer
basis for initial period of 30 years with automatic renewal for another 30 years.

3. KPTCL and BESCOM will supply Power to the Project, as per estimated phase wise
requirements and on fulfillment of requisite formalities, including but not limited to
payment of prescribed charges, by the Preferred Bidder and occupants of DBP.

4. At present, the requisite infrastructure for supply of potable water by BWSSB to the
Bengaluru International Airport is fully functional and is situated near the DBP.
BWSSB will supply potable water to the Project, based on the Preferred Bidders
application to BWSSB with phase wise requirements and fulfilling requisite formalities,
including but not limited to payment of prescribed charges. Selected bidder shall
establish the requisite infrastructure in terms of roads and utilities within DBP.

5. Existing railway line from Bangalore city and Yelahanka to Chikballapur passes
through DBP, which would be available for cargo movement of DBP, if the Preferred
Bidder of DBP project approaches South Western Railway as may be required, apart
from connectivity through 6-lane National Highway-7 (NH-7) to various parts of
India, including major ports of India.

6. Bengaluru International Airport, which is well connected to the adjoining DBP,
provides connectivity to all major cities across the world.

4.2 SITE LOCATION & CONTOUR
1. DBP is situated on the National Highway-7 (NH-7) from Bangalore to Hyderabad and
adjoining the northern boundary of recently opened Bengaluru International Airport
(BIA) in Devanahalli Taluk, Bangalore Rural district under the jurisdiction of
Bangalore International Airport Area Planning Authority (BIAAPA).

2. Location of DBP in Bangalore is depicted in Figure 3 below. Co-ordinates of DBP are
around 1312'47"N and 7741'36"E. Detailed satellite images of DBP and its indicative
location can be viewed by clicking the following Wikimapia web link:
http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=13.2056043&lon=77.6914501&z=14&l=0&m=h&v=2
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3. DBP is bounded by NH-7 and railway line to its west, villages to its North and East and
Bengaluru International Airport to its south. Site elevation varies from 882 meters
Above Mean Sea Level to 910 meters Above Mean Sea Level


Figure 3: Location of Karnataka, Bangalore & DBP in India






















4.3 MARKET STUDY & SUGGESTED LAND USE PLAN

1. Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj Property Consultants Pvt. Limited, Bangalore (JLLM) was
appointed to carry out detailed market study, best option analysis and business plan
preparation for DBP.

2. Major findings and recommendations of JLLM are listed below:
a. With the Bengaluru International Airport becoming operational to the north of
Bangalore, focus of real estate developments has been shifting to the north of
Bangalore, especially around the new International Airport over the past 1-2 years.

b. Demand-Supply gap of commercial/office, retail & entertainment and hospitality
sectors in Bangalore, as provided by JLLM, are tabulated in Table 1. As can be
inferred from the table, there is significant demand-supply gap in all the three sectors
over next few years:
40 km

BIAAPA
Devanahalli Taluk
Bangalore City
Bengaluru International
Airport (BIA)
Devanahalli Business
Park (DBP)
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Table 1: Demand-Supply Gap in commercial, retail & hospitality sectors in Bangalore

Commercial/Office
(Million sq.ft.)
Retail & Entertainment
(Million sq.ft.)
Hospitality
(Rooms)
FY 2007-08
Cumulative Demand 64.24 14.5 25,410
Cumulative Supply 56.85 8.0 10,956
Demand-Supply Gap 7.39 6.5 14,454

FY 2010-11
Cumulative Demand 87.86 15.0 47,644
Cumulative Supply 75.23 13.0 13,633
Demand-Supply Gap 12.63 2.0 34,011

c. World Health Organization (WHO) recommends three beds for a population of 1,000. However,
present bed capacity of hospitals in Bangalore is around 6,000 beds (0.91 per 1000 population),
while the demand is estimated to be around 19,500 beds considering Bangalores urban population
of 6.5 million. In addition, more than 200,000 medical tourists visited India in 2007 for treatment
to the tune of US$ 600 million, which is expected to increase to US$ 2 billion by 2012.

d. Prevailing lease rentals for commercial/office space (warm-shell) is around INR 100-120
(US$ 2.3 - 2.8) per sq.ft. per month in the CBD, INR 45 50 (US$ 1.05 1.17) per sq.ft.
per month in sub-urban & peripheral areas

e. Prevailing lease rentals for retail & entertainment space is around INR 125-250 (US$ 3.0 -
5.8) per sq.ft. per month in the CBD, INR 70 120 (US$ 1.63 2.8) per sq.ft. per month
in sub-urban & peripheral areas

f. Prevailing Average Room Realisation (ARR) of major 5-star hotels in Bangalore is the
highest in India at INR 13,434 (US$ 312) per room-night and has one of the highest
occupancy levels in India.

g. Govt. of India has approved establishment of Airport related SEZ near the International
Airport, 22 IT-ITES Special Economic Zones (SEZ), 1 Bio-tech SEZ in and around
Bangalore, while 1 Aerospace SEZ is proposed to be developed near Devanahalli, which
will further boost real estate developments in and around Bangalore

3. Based on JLLMs recommendations after conducting detailed market study and best use
option study, the following suggested Land Use Plan of DBP was prepared by Mahindra
Consulting Engineers Limited (MACE) appointed by KSIIDC. MACE has also prepared
detailed Utility Master Plan for the DBP project, as part of its consultancy assignment. Figure
4 depicts the suggested Land Use Plan of DBP, the enlarged view of which can be seen in the
enclosed PDF file. The selected private sector developer for development of around 309 acres
shall establish roads and utility infrastructure for DBP as a whole at its cost.
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Figure 4: Suggested Land Use Plan of DBP


Table 2: Suggested Land Use Plan of DBP
Description
Area allocated
(in Acres)
For Development on PPP basis (Suggested Land Use Plan)
1. IT & ITES Parks/SEZs (2 Nos.) 50.00
2. Central Business District 35.00
3. Multi-Specialty Hospitals (3 Nos.) 26.00
4. Finance District 25.00
5. Light Goods Manufacturing/ Assembly 25.00
6. Retail & Entertainment 12.00
7. 5-star Hotel 10.00
8. Office Complexes (2 Nos.) 21.23
6. Aviation Academy 10.00
7. Vehicle Parking spaces 2.73
8. Roads & Utilities 63.74
9. Greenery 28.37
Sub-Total (Site for development on PPP basis): 309.07
Retained by Govt. for its agencies

1. Department of Tourism (International Convention Center & Hotel on PPP basis) 35.00
2. MSIL (Cargo Warehousing) 25.00
3. Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) 1.00
4. KPTCL (for Power Sub-station) 8.00
5. Customs Department 2.00
6. Metreological Dept 3.00
7. Social Forest 13.33
8. Other Government Agencies 17.24
Sub-Total (Retained by Government) 104.57
Grand Total (DBP Site Area) 413.65
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4.4 BUSINESS PLAN

1. Based on the Market Study & suggested Land Use Plan, JLLM has made the following
recommendations and has prepared the detailed 30-years Business Plan for each of the
marketable lots/sectors identified for development in the DBP, the salient features of
which are mentioned below:

a. Development of 4-5 Nos. IT-ITES/Electronic Hardware SEZs inside the DBP,
after taking into consideration (a) significant demand for SEZ office space in the
market, (b) around 16% savings in initial capital costs due to exemptions of taxes
and duties for SEZ construction, and (c) 10-years tax & duty exemptions on
operations of both the SEZ developer and SEZ occupants.

b. In order to meet the significant demand-supply gap of non-SEZ office space in
Bangalore, development of office complexes on around 21.23 acres is proposed.

c. Due to significant domestic demand-supply gap for quality hospitals and
encouraging trends of Medical Tourism, development of 3 Multi-specialty hospitals
with around 1,800 hospital beds on a site of around 26 acres is proposed.

d. Due to significant demand-supply gap of hotel rooms Bangalore witnessing one of
the highest room tariffs in India over past few years and due to the fact that DBP is
located quite close to the International Airport, development of a 5-star deluxe hotel
with around 900 rooms on 10 acres site in 2 phases and another 5-star deluxe hotel
and high-end service apartments with 220 rooms and 1,300 rooms respectively
inside the Central Business District of 35 acres is suggested.

e. In order to meet the manpower requirements of the Aviation industry and the
adjacent International Airport, development of a multi-faceted aviation academy on
10 acres site in DBP is suggested.

f. It is estimated that more than 250,000 people will be working and visiting DBP
on daily basis on completion of the anticipated real estate developments, which
is a captive demand and opportunity for establishing retail & entertainment malls in
DBP. Such malls would also cater to the needs of the anticipated influx of
population to the residential spaces created around the International Airport.
Development of Retail & Entertainment zone on around 12 acres site and another
Retail & Entertainment Mall on 8 acres site inside Central Business District of 35
acres is recommended.

g. In order to augment the vehicle parking capacity of the DBP, vehicle parking sites
totaling an area of around 2.73 acres are provided at various locations of the DBP.

h. Table 3 summarize the salient features of the suggested real estate development on
around 309 acres, in addition to which the Preferred Bidder of the Project needs to
establish common area infrastructure for the DBP (roads, storm water drains, street
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lighting, water & sewerage infrastructure, greenery and other utility infrastructure as
per applicable laws and business park requirements)

Table 3: Salient Features of suggested real estate development
Description Area (Acres) Suggested Product Mix
Maximum Permissible Built-up
Area (million sq.ft.)
1. IT & ITES Parks/SEZs (2
Nos.)
50.00
IT&ITES offices (SEZ Processing Area of 50% and Domestic
Tariff Area of 50%)
5.45
2. Central Business District 35.00
IT-ITES SEZ (SEZ Office spaces on 50% site, 5-star Hotel &
service apartments, Retail & Entertainment Mall on 50% site)
3.81
3. Multi-Specialty Hospitals (3
Nos.)
26.00
2 Multi-specialty hospitals of 630 beds each on 9 acres each
and 1 Multi-specialty hospital of 560 beds on 8 acres. Total
estimated hospital beds: 1,820
2.27
4. Finance District 25.00
IT&ITES offices (SEZ Processing Area of 50% and Domestic
Tariff Area of 50%)
2.72
5. Light Goods Manufacturing/
Assembly
25.00
IT&ITES/Electronic Hardware (SEZ Processing Area of 50%
and Domestic Tariff Area of 50%)
2.72
6. Retail & Entertainment 12.00 Retail & Entertainment Zone 1.31
7. 5-star Hotel 10.00
Deluxe 5-star hotel with 900 rooms in 2 phases of 450 rooms in
each phase
1.09
8. Office Complexes (2 Nos.) 21.23 Non-SEZ office spaces 2.31
9. Aviation Academy 10.00
Aviation Academy to meet the technical, managerial, customer
service & hospitality requirements of Aviation sector
0.87
Total 214.23 22.55
10. Greenery 28.37 Green cover
11. Vehicle Parking areas 2.73 Visitors' Parking slots
12. Roads & Utilities 63.74
Roads, Water & Sewerage treatment & other utility
infrastructure
Site Area for development on
PPP basis 309.07

i. Total project cost (including reserve land premium) for the around 309 acres portion
of DBP is estimated to be around Rs. 95 billion (US$ 2.2 billion) to be invested over 5-
7 years with an estimated Equity IRR of 22.5% - 25% over 30 years lease period, as
per the detailed Market Study and Business Plan prepared by JLLM for the Project.


5 PROJECT APPROVALS

1. KSIIDC has obtained the Environmental Clearance (EC) for establishing the DBP project
from State level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) on 07.01.2008

2. Government of Karnataka has accorded its approval on 14.05.2008 for leasing out around
309 acres portion of the DBP to a private sector developer to be selected through
transparent and competitive bidding process

3. Department of Commerce & Industries, Government of Karnataka has written to KSIIDC
that it would provide requisite SEZ approvals at the state level and would recommend to
the Board of Approvals, Department of Commerce, Government of India for formal
approval of the SEZs inside DBP

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4. KSIIDC has filed its applications to Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) and
Airports Authority of India (AAI) for obtaining pollution clearance and height clearances
for the proposed real estate developments and pursuing with both these agencies to obtain
the requisite clearances.

6 PROPOSED PROJECT STRUCTURE

1. KSIIDC (LESSOR) shall lease the around 309 acres portion of the DBP to the Project SPV
(LESSEE) to be incorporated by the Preferred Bidder (CONFIRMING PARTY) on Build-
Operate-Transfer (BOT) for a period of 30 years with automatic renewal of another
30 years, thus totally for 60 years, subject to the Preferred Bidder/Project SPV making the
requisite payment of up-front land premium to KSIIDC on issue of Letter of Intent and on
meeting the other terms and conditions of the Lease.

2. LESSEE/Preferred Bidder can develop the Project Site as per the suggested Land Use Plan
prepared for the Project based on the detailed Market Study or can suitably modify based on
requirements

3. LESSEE/Preferred Bidder can sub-lease a maximum of one-third of around 309 acres
portion of the DBP to other developers in the market

4. LESSEE/Preferred Bidder shall be responsible for development, operation and maintenance
of common area infrastructure of the DBP as a whole during the Lease period, including the
common area infrastructure for the sites retained by Govt. for its use. Common area
infrastructure shall include, but not limited to, roads, storm water drains, street lighting,
common area greenery, potable & non-potable water infrastructure, sewerage infrastructure
and rain water harvesting in common areas, solid waste management with requisite tie-up
with authorized agencies.

5. LESSEE/Preferred Bidder shall obtain necessary connections for power & water supply
from competent authorities and obtain requisite approvals for development, operation &
management of around 309 acres portion of the DBP and common area infrastructure of
the DBP as a whole during the lease period.

6. At the end of the lease period, the LESSEE/Preferred Bidder shall hand over the Project
Assets on around 309 acres portion of DBP and common area infrastructure of DBP on
as-is-where-is basis.
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7 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

1. KSIIDC now invites Expressions of Interest (EoI) in the prescribed forms enclosed herewith
from interested parties for Planning, Design, Finance, Development, Construction,
Marketing, Operation and Maintenance of a Business Park on around 309 acres site on B-O-
T basis for initial period of 30 years with automatic renewal for another 30 years.

2. Developers can contact the following persons for additional information/clarifications of the
Project:

R. Nagesh, Deputy General Manager (IPD),
KSIIDC, 4th Floor, East Wing,
Khanija Bhavan, #49, Race Course Road,
BANGALORE 560001
KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA
Tel: +91-80-22265883/ 22258131-3,
Fax: 91-80-22255740
R. Narayanan, Senior Manager,
IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd
1
st
Floor, AUM Plaza, #76, 3
rd
Cross, Residency
Road, BANGALORE - 560025
KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA
Tel: +91-80-40343317/ 40343333
Fax: +91-80-40343310
E-MAIL: KIPDC@YAHOO.COM


8 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Firms or Consortium of Firms (not exceeding 3 members) should fulfill the following Eligibility
Criteria (Finance & Experience Criteria) for submitting the EoI for the Project to KSIIDC:

Financial Criteria:
1. Minimum Networth (Paid-up Capital + Free Reserves & Surplus Provisions of Deferred
payment obligations) of Rs. 5,500 million as at 31.03.2008 AND minimum cash accruals (Profit
After Tax + Depreciation) of Rs. 2,750 million for FY 2007-08
OR
2. Minimum Assets/Funds under Management of at least Rs. 22,000 million as at 31.03.2008


Experience Criteria:
1. Should have completed development of at least one Industrial/Business Park/SEZ/Special Zone
of at least 150 acres over past 5 years
OR
2. Should have developed/ constructed real estate projects of at least 6 million sq.ft. in a maximum
of 5 projects over past 5 years
OR
3. Should have implemented civil/infrastructure projects worth at least Rs. 15,000 million over
past 5 years

Lead Member of the Consortium should meet at least 50% of the above mentioned Eligibility
Criteria. For the purpose of evaluation, the financials and experience of the Consortium
Members who shall hold at least 10% (ten percent) of equity share capital in the Special
Purpose Company (SPC) to be formed for developing the Project (if the Consortium becomes
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the Preferred Bidder of the Project at the end of the bidding process) for a minimum period
of 10 years, shall be considered and added together to evaluate the Financial and Experience
Criteria.

Selection of the Preferred Bidder shall be through transparent & competitive
bidding process. Request For Proposals (RFP) shall be invited only from those
firms/consortia who get shortlisted on evaluation of EoIs received by KSIIDC on
the basis of the Eligibility Criteria mentioned herein.


9 DISCLAIMER

KSIIDC and KIPDC have prepared this EoI document solely to assist prospective Bidders in
making their decision of whether or not to submit a bid. Neither KSIIDC/KIPDC nor any of its
authorities or agencies nor any of their respective officers, employees, agents or advisors gives any
warranty or make any representations, express or implied, as to the completeness or accuracy of the
information contained in this document or any information which may be provided in association
with it. Bidders are required to make their own inquiries and assessment of the project and its
potential at their own costs and risks before submitting their EOIs. Infrastructure, Real Estate and
other developments in and around Bangalore and market related information and maps
mentioned/depicted in this document are to a large extent sourced from market study reports of
consultants.


10 PRE-BID MEETING & EOI SUBMISSION

1. Pre-bid meeting will be held at Bangalore on 06.10.2008. Firms willing to attend the pre-bid
meeting are required to inform the Project Advisor in writing or by e-mail on or before
25.09.2008. Venue of the pre-bid meeting will be intimated in writing or by email to those
firms who have confirmed their participation. Site visit will be arranged during the pre-bid
meeting.

2. Bidders shall submit their EoIs as per the prescribed forms in Triplicate (1 ORIGINAL and
2 COPIES) in 3 separate envelopes clearly marked as ORIGINAL or COPY (as the case
may be) at the top right corner of each envelope. Each envelope will be clearly marked as
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AROUND 309 ACRES IN
DEVANAHALLI BUSINESS PARK (DBP). Authorised representative of the Bidder is
required to sign and stamp on each page of the EoI submitted by the Bidder. In the event of any
discrepancy between the ORIGINAL and any COPY of the EOI submitted, the ORIGINAL
shall be considered for evaluation and all other purposes. All the 3 envelopes (ORIGINAL and
2 COPIES) shall be kept inside an outer envelope clearly marked as EXPRESSION OF
INTEREST FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AROUND 309 ACRES IN DEVANAHALLI
BUSINESS PARK (DBP).

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3. EOI must be delivered to the office of The DGM (IPD), Karnataka State Industrial Investment
& Development Corporation Ltd (KSIIDC), 4th Floor, East Wing, Khanija Bhavan, #49,
Race Course Road, BANGALORE 560001 on or before 30.10.2008 at 1500 hours (3 PM)
(hereinafter referred to as Due Date). EOIs received after the date and time mentioned herein
shall not be accepted and returned unopened.

4. Submission of EOI by fax, e-mail or other electronic means will not be accepted. It is the
responsibility of the Bidder alone to ensure that its EOI is delivered at the above-mentioned
address on or before the above-mentioned date and time.

5. A Bidder can be disqualified if the Bidder:
(a) Does not meet the Eligibility Criteria of the Project
(b) Does not submit the EOI in the prescribed forms provided in the EOI Invitation document
(c) Makes misleading or false representations in the forms, statements and attachments
submitted in the EOI
(d) Has record of poor performance such as abandoning the works, not properly completing the
contract, litigation history, or financial failures, etc.
(e) EOI Submitted is not accompanied with the requisite documentation or is non-responsive

6. KSIIDC reserves the right to accept or reject any EOI and to annul the EOI invitation process
and reject all EOI, at any time during the process, without assigning any reason and without
thereby incurring any liability to the affected Bidder or Bidders and /or any obligation to inform
the affected Bidder or Bidders of the grounds for its action.

7. Costs, risks and efforts to visit the Project site and carry out any study shall be borne by the
Bidder. Such Bidder shall be responsible for death or personal injury, loss or damage to
property and any other loss, damage, costs and expenses incurred as a result of the inspection.
Further, the Bidder and any of its personnel or agents will release and indemnify KSIIDC,
KIPDC and its personnel and agents from and against all liability in respect thereof.

8. EOI submitted by the Bidder shall be valid for a period of 6 months from the Due Date of
submission.

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10.1 PRESCRIBED FORMS FOR EOI SUBMISSION

10.1.1 ANNEXURE 1: COVERING LETTER FORMAT

Place:
Date:

To
The Deputy General Manager (IPD),
Karnataka State Industrial Investment & Development Corporation Ltd (KSIIDC),
4th Floor, East Wing, Khanija Bhavan, #49, Race Course Road, BANGALORE 560001

Dear Sir,

Sub: Submission of EOI for Development of around 309 acres in Devanahalli Business Park
(DBP) on B-O-T Model

1. We are pleased to submit our EOI (one (1) original + two (2) copies) in response to the EOI
Invitation for Development of around 309 acres in Devanahalli Business Park (DBP) on
B-O-T model (Project) issued by KSIIDC on15.09.2008.

2. We hereby confirm the following:
(a) We are submitting this EOI on our own.
(OR)
We are submitting this EOI as the Lead Member of a Consortium consisting of the
following Members, for and on behalf of the Consortium

S.No. Names of Consortium Members Registered office
address & phone nos.
Mailing address
& phone nos.
1. ..
(Lead Member)

2. ..
(Member)

3. ..
(Member)

(b) We are enclosing the Consortium Agreement signed by all the members of the
Consortium, nominating and authorizing us to act as Lead Member for implementing
the Project.

(c) We have perused the EOI Invitation document and submitting our EOI in compliance
with the EOI Invitation.

(d) All information provided in this EOI is true and correct and all documents accompanying
the EOI are true copies of their respective originals.

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3. We agree to abide by this EOI during the Validity Period, as specified in the EOI Invitation
document and/or as extended by us upon request of KSIIDC/KIPDC and it shall remain
binding upon us and may be accepted at any time before the expiry of that period.

4. We understand that KSIIDC/KIPDC is not bound to accept any or all the EOIs it may
receive, without incurring any liability to the Bidders.

5. We understand that KSIIDC/KIPDC may cancel the EOI Invitation process at any time,
without incurring any liability to the Bidders.

6. We declare that we have disclosed all material information, facts and circumstances, which
would be relevant to and have a bearing on the evaluation of our EOI and qualification for
subsequent bidding process.

7. We declare that in the event that KSIIDC/KIPDC discovers anything contrary to our above
declarations, it is empowered to forthwith disqualify us and our EOI from further
participation in the EOI evaluation process.

Dated this __________________day of_______________________ 2008

___________________________
(Signature)
___________________________
(Name of the person)
___________________________
(In the capacity of)
Company Seal
_________________________
(Name of firm)

Witness
Signature _______________________
Name _______________________
Address _______________________
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10.1.2 ANNEXURE 2: CHECKLIST OF SUBMISSIONS

No. Enclosures to the EOI
Status
(Submitted/
Not
Submitted)
Comments,
if any
1. Covering Letter
2. Letter of Undertaking
3. Consortium Agreement ( Including Appointing & Authorising Lead
Member) (In Case The Bidder Being a Consortium)

4. Board Resolution/Power of Attorney of the Bidder for the EOI Signatory
5. General Information
6. Financial Information
7. Audited Financial Statements/ Annual Reports
8. Certified statements of Development/ Construction Experience Details
9. Experience Certificates for Construction/ Development Experience
10. Any Other Information/enclosures


10.1.3 ANNEXURE 3: FORMAT FOR LETTER OF UNDERTAKING
[On the Letterhead of the Bidder (in case of Single Bidder) or Lead Member (in case of a
Consortium)]
Place:
Date:

To
The Deputy General Manager (IPD),
Karnataka State Industrial Investment & Development Corporation Ltd (KSIIDC),
4th Floor, East Wing, Khanija Bhavan, #49, Race Course Road, BANGALORE 560001

Dear Sir,

Sub: Submission of EOI for Development of around 309 acres in Devanahalli Business Park
(DBP) on B-O-T model

We confirm that we are not barred by KSIIDC, Government of Karnataka (GoK), any other State
Government in India (SG) or Government of India (GoI), or any of the agencies of
KSIIDC/GoK/SG/GoI from participating in any category of infrastructure and real estate projects
(Construction, BOT or otherwise) as on 30.10.2008 (Due Date of Bid submission).

We also undertake to meet the prevailing rules and regulations of Government of India, State
Government, local planning & development authority and other competent authorities of the
jurisdiction area, the environmental norms of both Sate and Central Government and all other rules
& regulations as applicable.
Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,

__________________________
(Signature of Authorised Signatory)
(Name, Title, Address, Date)

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10.1.4 ANNEXURE 4: FORMAT FOR CONSORTIUM AGREEMENT
(Including Appointing And Authorising Lead Member) (On Requisite Stamp Paper)



THIS AGREEMENT is executed at ________ on this _______ day of __________ 2008 between
_____________a Company registered under the Companies Act 1956 and having its registered
Office at_____________(hereinafter referred to as the Party of the First Part) and
______________also a Company registered under the Companies Act 1956 and having its
registered office at ______________ (hereinafter referred to as the Party of the Second Part) and
______________also a Company registered under the Companies Act 1956 and having its
registered office at ______________ (hereinafter referred to as the Party of the Third Part)
[Depends on the number of consortium members, but maximum of 3 members]


WHEREAS

I. All the Parties of the First, Second and Third Part are entitled to enter into joint venture/
partnership with any person or persons including a company for carrying on the business
authorised by their respective Memorandum of Association.

II. The Parties hereto propose to participate as a Consortium for the Development of around
309 acres in Devanahalli Business Park (DBP) on B-O-T model (hereinafter referred to
as the Project) by pooling together their resources and expertise, in response to the EOI
invitation issued by Karnataka State Industrial Investment & Development Corporation Ltd
(hereinafter referred to as KSIIDC).

III. If the Parties hereto succeed in the Bid, they propose to incorporate a Special Purpose
Company (SPC) which will undertake financing, designing, construction, commissioning,
marketing, operation and management of the Project during the Term of the Project.

IV. The Parties hereto are desirous of recording the broad terms of their understanding as set
out here below:

NOW IT IS AGREED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES HERETO AS FOLLOWS:-

1. M/s._________________ shall be the Lead Member of the Consortium for all the purposes
of the Project as its true and lawful Attorney to do and execute all or any of the following
acts, deeds and things for the Consortium in its name and on its behalf, that is to say:

(a) To act as the Lead Member of the Consortium for the Purposes of the Project;

(b) In such capacity, to act as the Consortiums official representative for submitting the
EOI and subsequent Bids comprising Capability Statement, Technical and Financial
Bid for the Project and other relevant documents in connection therewith.

(c) To sign all the necessary documents for the EOI and Bids, including offers, papers,
testimonials, statements, undertakings, applications, representations and
correspondence necessary and proper for the purpose aforesaid;

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(d) To tender documents, receive and make inquiries, make the necessary corrections and
clarifications to all the documents, as may be necessary;

(e) To represent the Consortium at meetings, discussions, negotiations and presentations
with KSIIDC, Competent Authorities, their Advisors and other Project related entities;

(f) To receive notices, instructions and information for and on behalf of the Consortium;

(g) To do all such acts, deeds and things in the name and on behalf of the Consortium as
necessary for the purpose aforesaid.

2. The Parties hereto agree to carry on the business in Joint Venture on the broad terms and
conditions herein through a Special Purpose Company (SPC) to be incorporated by them.

3. The business of the SPC will be that of developing, financing, constructing, operating &
managing the Project during the Term of the Project Agreements.

4. In the event the Parties hereto succeed in the Bid for the Project, the SPC will execute the
Project in accordance with terms and conditions of the RFP and will execute the Project
Agreements and all the documents/ writings/ papers with KSIIDC/GOK and construct,
commission, operate and manage the project in accordance with the plans/designs
sanctioned by the appropriate /concerned authorities.

5. It shall be ensured that the consortium shall hold minimum 51% (Fifty One percent) of the
paid-up equity share capital, ______________ (the Lead Member) shall hold at least
26% of the paid-up equity share capital of the SPC, and ______________ and
_____________ (Financially Significant Members) shall hold at least 10% of the paid-up
equity share capital of the SPC each, for a period of 10 (ten) years from the date of signing
the Project Agreements with KSIIDC. Any change in composition of the Consortium/ SPC
shall be at the sole discretion of KSIIDC and with prior written permission of KSIIDC till
the completion of ten (10) years from the date of execution of the Project Agreements with
KSIIDC. After the initial ten years from the date of execution of the Project Agreements,
any change in the Member of the Consortium/ SPC shall be with prior written permission
of KSIIDC and which shall not be unreasonably withheld by KSIIDC.

6. The roles and responsibilities of the Members of the Consortium shall be as follow:

(a) The Party of the First Part (Lead Member) shall be responsible for:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)

(b) The Party of the Second Part shall be responsible for:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)

(c) The Party of the Third Part shall be responsible for:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)

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(d) Each of the Parties shall be liable and responsible jointly and severally for ensuring due
compliance with the terms and conditions of the EOI, RFP and Project Agreements,
including:
(i) Compliance of all statutory requirements as may be applicable in respect of
the Project.

(ii) Contribute to the joint venture all of its management and business
experience, expertise, competence and acumen for the success of the Project.

(Note: Role & responsibility of all members of the Consortium including Financially Non-
significant Members shall be included in the above para)

7. In case the project is awarded to the Consortium, the Consortium will carry out all the
responsibilities as the Confirming Party to the Project Agreements along with the SPC and
will comply with all the terms and conditions of the Project Agreement as would be
entered with KSIIDC.

8. This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect till the Term of the Project Agreements
to be executed with KSIIDC.

9. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to prevent or disable any Party hereto to carry
on any business on their own in terms of their respective Memorandum of Association.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have put their respective hands the day and year first
hereinabove written.


Signed and delivered for and on behalf )
Of the withinnamed M/s.. )
by its Director, ... )
....duly authorised in the presence of )
.. )


Signed and delivered for and on behalf )
Of the withinnamed M/s. )
.by its Director, .. )
_____________________________ )
duly authorised in the presence of )
)


Signed and delivered for and on behalf )
Of the withinnamed M/s. )
.by its Director, .. )
_____________________________ )
duly authorised in the presence of )
)
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10.1.5 ANNEXURE 5: FORMAT FOR BOARD RESOLUTION OF THE BIDDER FOR THE BID SIGNATORY

KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we, [name of the Company], a company incorporated
under the Companies Act 1956, having its Registered Office at .[Address of the Company]
(hereinafter referred to as Company):

WHEREAS in response to the EOI Invitation for Development of around 309 acres in
Devanahalli Business Park (DBP) on B-O-T model (hereinafter referred to as the Project), the
Company is submitting its EOI on behalf of the Consortium for the Project and is desirous of
authorizing a person for the purpose thereof.

WHEREAS the Company deems it expedient to appoint Mr. ___________ son of _________
resident of _________, holding the post of _____________ as the authorized signatory of the
Company.

NOW KNOW YE ALL BY THESE PRESENTS, that _______[name of the lead member
company] do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint.[name & designation of the
person]as its authorized signatory so long as he is in the employment of the Company to do
and execute all or any of the following acts, deeds and things for the Company in its name and on
its behalf, that is to say :

To act as the Companys official representative for submitting the EOI for the said Project and
other relevant documents in connection therewith;

To sign all the necessary documents, papers, testimonials, applications, representations and
correspondence necessary and proper for the purpose aforesaid;

To submit documents, provide information, respond to enquiries, receive and make inquiries, make
the necessary corrections and clarifications to the EOI and other documents, as may be necessary;

To do all such acts, deeds and things in the name and on behalf of the Company as necessary for
the purpose aforesaid.

The common seal of [name of the company]
was here unto affixed

)
)
)-----------------------------------------------
) [Directors]





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10.1.6 ANNEXURE 6: FORMAT FOR GENERAL INFORMATION (TO BE SUBMITTED FOR EACH
CONSORTIUM MEMBER)

S. No Particulars Details
1. Basic Information of Organisation
a) Name of Firm
b) Status in the Project Single Bidder/
Lead Consortium Member /
Other Consortium Member
(Strike out whichever is not
applicable)
c) Country of incorporation
d) Address of the Registered Office in India and Corporate
headquarters/office, if any, in India along with telephone
and fax numbers

e) Communication address along with telephone and fax
numbers

f) Date of incorporation and / or commencement of business
g) Ownership of the Organisation
(List of stakeholders / members who own 10% or more
stocks & their interest in the company
1.
2.
3.
h) List of current directors
i) Other key management personnel
2. Brief description of the Company including details of its
main lines of business.

3. Proposed role and responsibilities of the Company in this
project

4. Details of individual (s) who will serve as the point of
contact/communication within the Company:
(a) Name
(b) Designation
(c) Address
(d) Telephone Number
(e) E-Mail Address
(f) Fax Number

Note: In case of a Consortium, the information above (1-4) should be provided for all the members
of the consortium in separate sheets.

SIGNATURE ___________________
NAME ___________________
DESIGNATION ___________________
COMPANY SEAL COMPANY ___________________
DATE ___________________
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10.1.7 ANNEXURE 7: FORMAT FOR FINANCIAL INFORMATION
(To Be Submitted for Lead Member and each Financially Significant Member of the Consortium)

All figures in Currency millions; Please specify the Currency

Net-worth related information
Description As at 31.03.2008
Paid up Capital (A)
(add) Free Reserves (B)
(If negative, pl. mention within brackets)

(add) Share Premium account (C )
Less: Provisions of deferred payments/ obligations (D)
Total Net-worth (E) = (A)+(B)+(C)-(D)


Cash Accruals related information
Description FY 2007-08
Profit After Tax (PAT)
(add) Depreciation
Net Cash Accruals
Financial Year: 1st April to 31
st
March. If different, please mention so clearly.

Assets Under Management
Description As at 31.03.2008
Funds/Assets Under Management

Please Note:
1. If the Bidder is a Consortium, the above information shall be submitted for the Lead Member
and all the Financially Significant Members (more than 10% equity proposed in the project
SPC).
2. The Bidder /Consortium shall submit annual reports and audited financial statements (Balance
sheet, profit and loss account and if available cash/funds flow statement) for the Lead Member
and each of the Financially Significant Members containing the audited financial statements in
support of the financial data.
3. If the above-mentioned figures are in currency other than Indian Rupees, such figures will be
converted to Indian Rupees at the SBI currency selling rate as at 15.09.2008 @ 3 PM


SIGNATURE___________________ DATE: __________________
NAME___________________ DESIGNATION: __________
COMPANY SEAL COMPANY: ______________
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10.1.8 ANNEXURE 8: FORMAT FOR DEVELOPMENT/CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE



Signature ______________________
Name ______________________
Designation_____________________
Company ______________________
Date _________________________
Please Note:
1. Construction/ Development experience shall be as defined in the EOI Invitation issued by
KSIIDC

2. The claimed experience shall be supported by documentary proof i.e. completion certificates,
commissioning certificates duly attested/certified etc. by the statutory auditors of the Company

3. In case of Consortium, the above details are to be given for each Member, as applicable

4. If the Project value is mentioned in currency other than Indian Rupees, such figures will be
converted to Indian Rupees at the SBI currency selling rate as at 15.09.2008 @ 3 PM
S# Name of
Project
Name
Client/
Owner
Location Type of
Experience:
Construction
or
Development

Details of
Project in
terms of
Built-up Area
(Sq.ft.)
Project
Value in
Currency
Million (Pl.
mention
Currency)
Constructed/
Developed as
single entity
or as Lead
Member of
Consortium
Completion
Date
Supervision/
Consulting
Firm Name
1
2
3
4
n