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Policy Of Allotment


The allotment of space is normally done on the following basis :


Rehabilitation basis.


Open tender basis.

Rehabilitation Basis

     If NDMC decides to shift any temporary market in the public interest, occupants are provided with alternate premises for carrying on their occupation. In such cases, there is a pre-determined license fee, which may be revised from time to time.

Open Tender Basis

     Apart from the category of Rehabilitation, all other units are allotted after inviting sealed tender. Advertisements are published in local and national dailies of English, Hindi and Urdu languages. Applications are invited from general public as well as from the reserved categories on a prescribed form containing all details and other related information regarding terms and conditions. These tenders are opened on a date and time at an appointed place by the competent Authority in presence of tenderers. Tenderers are required to enclose prescribed earnest money in the form of bank draft. These tender documents are made available to general public for Rs. 100 (Non refundable).

The reservation quota for shops is:


22.5% for SC/ST  


3% for physically handicapped  


Allotment Sub-Committee evaluates and examines the tendered documents and considers the allotment. Allotment is normally done to highest bidder if he fulfils required criteria. The tenderer is required to deposit 2 months license fee in advance and deposit 8 months license fee as security deposit. After allottee completes these formalities, he is handed over possession of unit/premises.

Thereafter he is required to complete following formalities:


Proof of residence.


Income Tax clearance certificate.


Statement of account in case of a firm/undertaking/company.


Three sets of license deed.


An affidavit on a ten rupees stamp paper declaring he/she/they , do/does not own any shop in NDMC area


Current / saving bank account number