Civic students to get cash for notebooks
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The price evaluation committee was formed in July. Another four-member committee was formed on October 12 to survey the market and get the rates before starting negotiations with the successful bidder.
"On November 26, negotiations were completed with an increase of 2 paise for normal notebooks and Rs 1.25 for drawing books. The file is awaiting concurrence from CA cum Finance and will be sent to three corporations for their perusal," a senior member of the committee said.
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