Government tenders have always been attracting people in India for a long time because of many reasons. Contractors starting their business want to start by taking government tenders no matter if they are small ones and give very less or no profits at all because working on government contracts improves the portfolio of the contractors and helps them in getting more work from the government in future.
Below is the list of some of the most high demand tenders in India
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited issues various tenders in their websites and several other places for their work and invites eligible contractors and companies to bid for different types of work in various categories.
IRCTC is under the ownership of the Indian railways and provides services like ticketing, catering and tourism on behalf of the Indian Railways. They issue tenders related to their work from time to time and contractors must keep a watch on their website.
Contractors who are interested in making their careers in the tender business must always make sure that the tenders for which they are bidding are legal and come under the court of law. This ensures transparency and trust among both the parties
Education tenders are tenders issued by the ministry of education of either central or state government. There is lots of work going on in the education sector throughout the year and the government wants more and more people to work for them hence issuing tenders.
Tenders that are issued by the central and state government in India are called Government tenders and they are extremely lucrative for the newbies as well as established contractors because of the trust factor. Government is always prompt on its end whether it is about clearing payment on time or maintaining transparency in allotting tenders.
Building construction tenders-
Government Building constructions is a process which takes place around the year. Whether it is constructing a new building or renovating old ones, it is a work that invites the most number of tenders and contractors do their best to get those tenders.
Private building construction tenders-
Tenders are invited for making Private buildings as well in India from malls to apartments to multiplexes and many more so one needs to be an experienced contractor in order to bid for such tenders as a high amount of skill is required for such works.
Building tenders have extremely high rates of bidding but government officials select contractors with a concrete portfolio and higher work experience as these work have no scope for errors or mistakes. Government buildings are constructed throughout the year and tenders are issued accordingly on newspapers and government websites.
Construction tenders are extremely profitable and again require high experience and a dedicated team to successfully complete the work. Before issuing the tender, government officials go through the portfolio in detail and the tender is allotted after thorough checkups.
The state government of Kerala issues tenders related to construction, buildings, education etc where a lot of local bidders have a good chance of getting the work if they meet all the eligibility criteria. Kerala is a state where there is a shortage of laborers and if you can manage them, you can make good money there.
Railway tenders are different from IRCTC tenders where the Indian railways issue tenders inviting bidders to construct railway quarters for their employees, Railway hospitals, patchwork in railway stations, and hundreds of many other works.
Indian railways tenders-
It is a dream of most of the contractors in India to work for the Indian Railways as the profit is good and payment is always cleared on time. They give chances to less experienced people as well so that they can get established in this business.
NTPC invites tenders from all across India regarding their various construction works from staff quarters to big plant construction and small garden maintenance.
Private tenders are very good to start careers for the new contractors a it gives experience to work and apply for government tenders in future.