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Dissemination of Agrometeorological advisories and products to farming communities in different Upazillas and feedback from farmersDepartment of Agricultural Extention (DAE)4/16/20194/15/2021The proposed system will collect Agro Meteorological information from Bangladesh Meteorological Department and the Bangladesh Water Development Board either by using BAMIS web portal or the web portal of the software and will include following services; Process those data and provide an Agro Meteorological Advisories and products service for 30,000+ lead farmers and 14,000+ Extension Officials in 487 Upazillas Develop Mobile SMS based feedback service Provide Android mobile technology based real-time weather and climate extremes events reporting services from fields Provide Android mobile technology based training, awareness camping, event monitoring and documentation Process data and provide services for different Government organizatio The features of the proposed system will include Voice and Text Based services Feedback Services Reporting services on weather and climate extremes Provisioning of geo-fencing Field event monitoring and documentation services Visualize information through the online map Creation of systematic documentation of all reported events Social and Multimedia Integration services Data and Application Backups Regards.
Development, upgradation and maintenance support of Software's consultancy services for Municipal Support Unit (MSU) under Municipal Governance and Services (MGSP)Local Government Engineering Department (LGED)3/31/20193/31/2020Design, develop and deploy bilingual (both Unicode-based Bangla and English),web based MSUSoware Solu!on System keeping the current MSU Standalone Soware as a requirementsPrototype (with migra!on of current soware data to the new system) and as per dueRequirement study.b. Design, develop and deploy mobile apps for bill payment and with other limited func!onality.c. Provide necessary provisions for integra!on with Payment Gateway. d. Provide User Management Module and Accessibility.e. Design and develop no!*ca!on Module.f. Adding necessary controls and mechanisms for ensuring system interoperability.g. Install and host the developed system into the Na!onal Data Center and test the system with real data.At this situa!on *rm will perform all standard test methods before *nal implementa!on. During the development period *rm will host the system into their own server !ll *nal delivery of the online system.
Sub-Soil investigation for the project of Establishment of IT/Hi-Tech park at District Level (12 Districts) Project Bangladesh.Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority1/1/20195/30/2019Execution of exploratory boring, recording of sub soil stratification and position of ground water table. b) Execution of standard penetration test at 1.52m or 3.04m interval up to 15.24m depth. c) Collections of disturbed samples at the sequences of SPT test. d) Preparation of report with all works including bearing capacity values of soil recommendation with proper type of foundation.
Topographical survey as per relevant IS Standards including preparation of drawingsBangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority1/1/20195/30/2019Topographical survey (including mobilization & demobilization) in topo extent area in a grid of 5mx5m and preparation of contour map on 1:500 Scale with Contour interval of 1.0 m as the case may be depending on site conditions including spot leveling (field distance between any two of the spot levels is not more than 10 m in any direction) in soft/hard copies complete, including connecting GTS Benchmarks by double leveling and establishment of required number of bench marks in the area on existing permanent structures and at specified places as approved by employer. The survey for the front approach road up and abutting roads on all sides (including marking of Metro pillars, structure level, top level & invert levels of drains etc) Survey shall include the following details: 1) Carrying level from GTS benchmark 2) Existing Structures, Existing roads, tracks, foot paths, pavement edges, shoulders, toe lines and trees etc. within the required area. 3) Survey of sewerage system with MH, Pumping station and Lift station details etc,. Existing sewerage manholes marking and top levels and if possible, invert level of manholes in and around area of project boundary. 4) Survey of Water supply system with valve chamber, Pipe line alignment, dia., etc., Existing water supply connection points, tap points, etc. in and around area of project boundary. 5) Survey of Storm drainage system with Existing storm water drain size, type of structure and invert level. To carry out Topographical survey for 5m x 5m Interval Grit levels for project area and 30m from outside of the project boundary. 6) The complete area shall be surveyed capturing all the details like, buildings, temporary/ permanent structures with names, height, plinth levels, roof top level, fences, entry points etc. boundary, 7) Utilities (underground & above ground), 8) Trees along with names and girth, streams etc. all features complete. 9) The survey map shall be super imposed on land use map/FMB and shall be submitted. 10) Survey of all drains, nallah coming in site or abutting the site showing the top width, bottom width, invert level and culverts etc., complete. 11) Monuments, Cremation ground, places of worship with names. 12) AMSL of sites to be marked in the drawings. 13) The GTS coordinates to be located and to be transferred to the site location of survey by the survey agency. 14) HFL of all sites to be marked on the drawing.
DETAILS TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF BANGLADESH REGIONAL WATERWAY TRANSPORT PROJECT Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority 1/1/20195/30/2019Topographical survey including RTK Survey (Real Time Kinematic GPS Survey) in topo extent area in a grid of 25mx25m and preparation of contour map on 1:500 Scale with Contour interval of 1.0 m as the case may be depending on site conditions including spot leveling (field distance between any two of the spot levels is not more than 10 m in any direction) in soft/hard copies complete. The survey for the front approach road up and abutting roads on all sides including marking of Metro pillars, structure level, top level & invert levels of drains etc. Survey shall include the following details: 1. Physical Condition/Structural Surveys, which shall include inspection of all physical features at each site, including where necessary, detailed structural surveys of any existing facility where such existing facility shall be retained in the new works– i.e. terminal buildings. 2. Cadastral Surveys for each proposed terminal. Cadastral Surveys shall capture the number, location and size of dwelling houses, flats, shops, offices, trading premises, warehouses and other buildings. The work shall include the development of applications to capture data online and in real time with photographs and georeferencing. 3. Topographic Surveys for each proposed location to capture all-natural terrain features, buildings, roads, fences and all other features
CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR PREPARATION OF A MASTER PLAN FOR THE RURAL ELECTRIFICATION (RE) PROGRAM IN BANGLADESH FOR BREB.BANGLADESH RURAL ELECTRIFICATION BOARD (BREB)11/3/201810/8/2019The Master Plan shall include an overall assessment of the demand growth as well as investment requirements needed to maintain the existing systems within the required technical standards. Hence, the overall Master Plan will include all development requirements for the Rural Electrification Program of Bangladesh. The purpose of the services are: a) Conduct investigations and surveys to determine the extent of the ‘unserved’ population in Bangladesh; b) Identify the extent of households within electrified areas that remain unconnected; c) Identify the modes of electrification (grid, mini grid and dispersed solutions) most appropriate for the above ‘unserved’ population; d) Identify the demand growth of existing consumers and future additions to existing systems and develop the required investment for maintaining the power systems in accordance with acceptable technical parameters; e) Recommend the methods of financing including the debt servicing of the proposed program; f) Forecast PBS wise yearly demand of electricity;
Midterm Outcome Survey including Result and Impact Management System (RIMS) Study of Coastal Climate Resilient Infrastructure Project (CCRIP)Local Government Engineering Department (LGED)5/4/20185/4/2019The responsibilities of the service provider would include, but not be limited to, the followings:  Adjust the RIMS survey questionnaire based on the project indicators and requirements in consultation with the PMO;  Adjust and prepare and new questionnaire for first and third study based on baseline questionnaire, reviewing CCRIP project documents, relevant literatures and inconsultation with PMO.  Carryout survey as per the selected samples during baseline survey;Arrange appropriate tools for carrying out the field surveys including height and weight scales;  Organize a qualified survey team led by an experienced and qualified team leader and submit a name list of the full team members, by position and responsibility, to the PMO.  Provide necessary training to all the team members to ensure the quality of surveys, incollaboration with the IFAD MEK specialist ;  Inform the PMO and local district and Upazila project officers well ahead of the timing of the field surveys so that the LGED officers and project staff can supervise the survey to ensure the quality of all data collected;  Conduct suverying , processing and analyzing of data collected from the field surveys as per latest IFAD RIMS Handbook with recommended software and method;  Prepare and submit survey reports acceptable to the PMO and IFAD within the given time schedule.  The survey work will be carried out under the guidance of the PMO, IFAD MEK Specialist and the sevice provider will communicate the progress of each stage of works to him on fortnightly basis;  The selected consultant shall conduct the survey, keeping in close contact with the PMO of CCRIP and for this purpose they should have regular meeting with the authority.  The firm shall submit a detailed programme of work to the PD of CCRIP before starting the work.  The firm may need to revise the survey schedule in consultation with CCRIP before the survey work is undertaken.  Any other responsibility as may be reasonably assigned by the PMO.
GIS Based Distribution Network System and Preparation of a 20 Years Distribution System Master Plan for DPDCDhaka Power Distribution Company Limited (DPDC)9/2/20179/2/2019Implementation of the GDMS will involve the following: a) To introduce GIS based mapping for planning, system operation & maintenance of distribution system network as per defined three zones of operation (Mirpur Zone, Gulshan Zone and Uttara Zone). b) To enhance the power transmission and distribution network capacity of DPDC's present system and ensure a healthy system for its stakeholders. c) Integration of GIS and distribution system attributes with an engineering power flow analysis system program that can facilitate planning studies and analysis of network performance. d) Preparation of a system for updating the GIS with both new customer information and new network information in an ongoing fashion. e) Use of global positioning system (GPS) enabled tablet computer units to geographically reference transmission and distribution components for 132kV, 33kV, 11kV and LV voltage levels f) Evaluation of power flows, losses, voltage drops, and consumer exposure to interruptions g) Asset management, including asset maintenance system and outage tracking systems h) To provide quality and reliable power supply to its customers keeping pace with the increase of electricity demand by making plan and implementing development projects. i) Identifying and geographically referencing DPDC customers in the DPDC customer information system (CIS) - linkage of CIS with the GIS data base. j) To reduce system losses, both technical and non-technical, to ensure the satisfaction of consumers by analyzing the distribution system network using Cymdist software . k) Set up a smoother way to achieve the goal of DPDC through a proper master plan. l) To enrich the existing database of DPDC. m) Capacity building of DPDC personnel.
Impact Assessment of Integrated Agricultural Productivity Project (IAPP))Ministry of Agriculture9/29/201612/29/2017The Impact study consist of collection, compilation, analysis, and interpretation of findings on theparameters that are likely to change as a result of the intervention of the project. The main impactindicators were agricultural production, fisheries production, livestock production employmentgenerated, and household incomes. The Impact study provides all required information andanalysis that allowed to assess the impact of the project in terms of agricultural production athousehold level; impact on fish production and on any changes in the livelihood of those engaged incapture fisheries; impact of the project in terms of livestock production at household level; benefitsaccrued in terms of employment and increased production by various categories of farmers; growthin income and employment of landless laborers at the household level; impact on bio-diversity andwater quality, and impact on poverty alleviation and overall socio-economic development.
Consultant Services for Resources Mapping of Selecting Beels through PRA and Professional Documentation, Mapping and Printing under Beel Development Activities of HFMLIP (Package-1)Local Government Engineering Department (LGED)6/30/20165/3/2017 Conduct community level survey to identify resource availability, recommend possible usage and their applicability.  Visit haor basin and targeted communities to identify the existing Beels and khals and their leasing status, including expiry dates and legal disputes.  Visit haor basin and targeted communities to identify the silted Beels and khals and their lease status including expiry dates.  Visit haor basin and targeted communities to identify existing roads, markets, schools and khas lands and their status.  Visit haor basin and targeted communities to identify ponds availability and their status with respect to usage.  Compare all the collected information/data with Govt. records.
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