Objective: NSDC invites Expressions of Interest to empanel firms capable of providing E-Content Solutions. The goal is to select vendors that meet the requirements specified in the REOI.
Agencies should be registered legal entities in India, in existence for at least 5 years.
They should have an average annual turnover of Rs 20 lakh in the last three financial years.
Demonstrable technical capability in e-learning content development and a track record of successful implementations.
Minimum 3 years of experience in developing e-learning content with at least 300 hours of original content developed.
Compliance with legal requirements, including no history of blacklisting by government organizations or involvement in corrupt practices.
A team with specific qualifications and expertise in content writing, instructional design, and graphic design is required.
Empanelment Duration: The empanelment is for a period of three years, subject to performance. It can be extended or reduced, and more firms can be added if they meet the conditions.
Submission Process: Firms must submit their applications with relevant documents on the NSDC e- procurement portal before the last submission date. Physical document delivery is not allowed.
Evaluation and Selection: Empaneled firms will be given assignments with separate Scope of Work
(SoW) for each. Evaluation and selection criteria will be mentioned in specific SoWs.
Date of commencement of REOI: November 16, 2023.
Last date and time for receipt of EOIs: November 30, 2023, 04:00 PM.
Terms of Reference: The main purpose is to create content elements like storyboards, digital content, videos, graphics, audio, etc. The deliverables and payment milestones will be based on monthly cycles.
Roles and Qualifications: The document details the qualifications and experience required for various roles like content writers, instructional designers, content authors, graphic designers, and audio-video creators/editors.
Legal Declaration: Agencies must declare they are not blacklisted or facing any sanctions and should inform NSDC of any changes that affect this declaration.