IOC wants Holiday Home for employees at Goa
New Delhi: Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the nation's biggest oil company, wants a Holiday Home for its employees near a beach in Goa.
IOC has invited Expression of Interest (EOI) for hiring hotel or guest house on rental basis for a Holiday Home for its employees at Goa, preferably located in Miramar, Panjim.
"The accommodation should consist of minimum 6 rooms with attached bath preferably located in Miramar, Panjim and must be in close proximity to beach area," its tender document said. "The offered premises should be ready-to-occupy and fully furnished."
IOC will guarantee 120 nights in a year for each room.
Besides seeking rate per room inclusive of bed tea and breakfast for 3 persons per day per room, IOC wanted food rates at a discount to the menu card rate.
The company plans to hire the accommodation for a minimum 5 years, a period which can be extended by another 5 years on mutual agreed terms and conditions.
IOC, which owns and operates 10 of India's 22 refineries and a little less than half of the nation's 44,000 petrol pumps in the country, has about 35,000 employees including 14,210 officers.
Majority owned by the government, the company commands a 49 percent share in the petroleum products market, 31 percent share in refining capacity and 67 percent downstream sector pipelines capacity in India. It owns 65.7 million tonnes per annum of refining capacity.
For its employees it wants to hire a Holiday Home which has room consisting of "double bed, a table with two chairs, a wardrobe, AC, one LCD TV with cable connection, Intercom, wall clock, ceiling fan and adequate lighting/fixtures, water flask, and two glasses."
"Also, each room should have attached bath having a wash basin with mirror, shower, water taps, W/C, one geyser (medium size), one bucket with two mugs and a soap bar. Toiletries consisting of (one each per stay) Moisturizer, shower cap, bathing soap, toilet soap and 2 shampoo Sachet (daily)," the tender document said.