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Intelligent Communication Systems India Limited, New Delhi
December, 19th 2018
Intelligent Communication Systems India Ltd. (ICSIL)
(Joint Venture of TCIL ­ A Govt. of India Enterprise & DSIIDC ­ An Undertaking
                                 of Delhi Govt.)
Administrative Building, 1st Floor, Above Post Office, Okhla Indl. Estate, Ph.-III,
                                  Delhi -110020
        Phone: 26929051, 26830338, Fax: 26830347, e-mail:,


   Appointment of Audit firms for conducting Internal Audit of ICSIL for the
                             Financial Year 2018-19

  Reference Number: ICSIL/08/121/Internal Audit                 Date: 14-12-2018

       Closing Date & Time of Submission of proposal 05-01-2019 at 03:00 PM
                               Important Information

Name of the Work                            Appointment of Audit firm for conducting
                                            Internal Audit of ICSIL for the Financial
                                            Year 2018-19
Ref. No. / Date                             ICSIL/08/121/Internal Audit
Nature of bid process                       Two Bid System

Earnest Money Deposit                       Rs. 5,000/- (Rupees Five Thousand only) in
                                            the form of DD in favour of Intelligent
                                            Communication Systems India Ltd, New
Issue of documents                          14-12-2018

Contact person for seeking                  Joint General Manager(F&A), ICSIL
Contact details of the contact person       Ph. No. 011-26842579, 26929051, 26830338
                                            Mob : 9818622974,9899845664
                                            E-mail :
Place for deposit of complete response In the Tender Box placed at Reception,
                                       Ground     Floor,   M/s     Intelligent
                                            Communication     Systems     India   Ltd.,
                                            Administrative Building, Okhla Industrial
                                            Estate Phase-III, Near Post Office, New
Last date and time for submission of        05-01-2019 at 03:00 PM

Date and Time of opening of Technical 05-01-2019 at 3:30 PM
Date and Time of opening of Commercial To be communicated Later on
REF NO: ICSIL/ ICSIL/08/121/Internal Audit                                      Dated: 14-01-2018

                                        TENDER ENQUIRY

Intelligent Communication Systems India Ltd. is a joint venture of Telecommunications Consultants India
Ltd. (TCIL), a govt. of India enterprise, under Ministry of Communications & IT and Delhi State
Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (DSIIDC), an undertaking of Delhi government.
From 1987, the year of its inception, it has provided exemplary service in providing contractual
manpower to Govt. deptt., IT sector, specializing in providing complete solutions in computerization,
networking and telecommunication. With a well-focused vision and a global mission, ICSIL look at
greener pastures across the globe. Estimated turnover of ICSIL during the year 2018-19 will be more than
Rs. 160 Crores(appx).


The Intelligent Communication Systems India Ltd (ICSIL) intends to appoint a firm of Chartered
Accountants/Cost Accountants(CMA's) as its Internal Auditor for the financial year 2018-19 which may
further be extended Accordingly, proposal is invited from the firms of Chartered Accountants/Cost
Accountants based at New Delhi / NCR and who are empanelled with ICAI's or C&AG. The firms
should furnish the complete details of experience, competence relevant to the assignment assignments
handled alongwith detailed profile of the firm and references.

Basic Objective of Internal Audit:

       The prime objective of the IA is to examine and evaluate whether ICSIL 's framework of
       risk management, internal control and governance processes are adequate and functioning

       In addition, the objectives of IA would include advising and recommending the
       management for improvements in internal control and Internal financial Controls on
       Financial Reporting.

       Understanding and assessing the risks and evaluate the adequacies of the prevalent internal

        Identifying areas for systems improvement and strengthening controls.

       Ensuring optimum utilization of the resources of the entity, for example human
       resources, physical resources etc.

       Ensuring compliance with internal and external guidelines and policies of the entity as well
       as the applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.
        Safeguarding the assets of the entity.

        Reviewing and ensuring adequacy of information systems security and control.

        Reviewing and ensuring adequacy, relevance, reliability and timeliness of management

        information system

Scope of Internal Audit

       In order to fulfill its vision and objectives, the scope of work of Internal Audit shall

       Examination and evaluation of adequacy and effectiveness of the internal control and risk
       management system at various operations and activities of the ICSIL.

       Review of the accuracy and reliability of ICSIL's accounting records and financial reports
       with a view to ensure robustness of Internal Financial Controls on financial Reporting.

       Checking both transactions and functions of specific internal control procedures at various
       departments/ offices.

       Evaluation of adherence to legal and regulatory requirement covering Acts related to
       Finance, Banking and Taxation laws such, GST, Income Tax Act, etc. and approved
       policies and procedures.

       Examine that resources are acquired economically, used efficiently and safeguarded

        Value addition; improve operational efficiency and internal control systems.

       To ensure the compliance of company Risk Management policies by units/Corporate

       Evaluation of Management Information System (MIS) Reports.

       Identification of frauds, if any, happening in the department. To alert the management of the
       ICSIL, if necessary through confidential reports, against suspicious transactions that could
       indicate Frauds.

       Required to develop a suitable checklist to ensure examination of all the above aspects and to
       keep sufficient working papers as evidence of the Audit done.

       Reports as per standards and quarterly presentation to the Board of Directors

The audit firm would be required to conduct the internal audit of ICSIL as per rules in accordance with
the standards on internal audit.

The details scope of Internal Audit is attached as Annexure-A
Eligibility Criteria

1.      The audit firm should be a competent team of professionals, comprising of at least 2 qualified
Chartered Accountant/Cost Accountant's(CMA's) with atleast 10 years of experience.

2.       The firm should be registered/empanelled with the Institute Chartered Accountant of India,
Institute of Cost Accountants of India or C&AG.

3.      The firm should have minimum 10 years experience in the similar profession

4       The firm should have minimum receipts of average Rs. 15 lakhs from the similar profession
during last three years.

        In support of meeting the Minimum Eligibility Criteria, the applicant firm submits documentation
as specified below:

a. A self attested copy of the latest registration / empanelment intimation letter issued by the Institute
Chartered Accountant of India, Institute of Cost Accountants of India or C&AG containing the Unique
Identification Number.

b. A certificate from the firm to the effect that no partner of the firm has been found guilty of
professional/other misconduct by the Institute of Cost Accountants of India or Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India under the First or Second Schedule of the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 or is one
against whom disciplinary sanction orders have been passed by the Public Companies Accounting
Oversight Board. In case the firm has such partners, the firm provides details of such partners and
certifies that they will not be associated with the audit in any manner;

c. A Declaration signed by an authorized partner of the audit firm verifying that the applicant is
independent of the entity to be audited that they have no relationship with the entity to be audited (in
particular, the auditor should not be employed by, serve as director for, or have any financial or close
business relationship with the entity during the period(s) covered by the audit or immediately thereafter
for a period of two years);

d. A self attested copy of the latest firm constitution certificate issued by the Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India /Institute of Cost Accountants of India (this certificate shall also act as evidence for
verifying the Date of Constitution of the firm).

e. A Self certified statement giving the date of establishment of the branch and name of Partner/CA/CMA
qualified employee in-charge of the firm;

f. Self Attested copy of work Order and completion certificate from respective PSU's /Proof of final
payment received.

g. Self attested copy of Audited Balance Sheet/P&L Account of last three years.
Terms and conditions

These terms and conditions are applicable to Tender Enquiry, technical bid, and commercial bid and the
scope of work. In the interests of Equity of treatment, Tender, technical bid, and commercial bid will be
processed strictly as per Standard prescribed formats enclosed. Non­adherence to the formats shall lead to
rejection of such bids. Further correspondence in respect of non standard bids will not be entertained.

1. The appointment, for Internal Audit, is for a period of one year, on the quoted audit fees subject to
satisfactory performance in the first year, the appointment may be extended.

2. The scope of the Internal Audit mentioned herein this documents is illustrative not exhaustive.

3. The Internal Audit is expected to be based on sufficient verification of the aspects covered in the scope
of audit and not be on mere confirmations obtained from the Finance and other related departments.

4. It is expected that the Audit will be undertaken in accordance with the Internal Audit Standards issued
by the ICAI to the extent they are applicable to the given scope.

5. The Internal Audit report is to be submitted quarterly within one month following the close of each
quarter. The Internal Auditor is expected to draw up the Audit Programme in consultation with the
Finance / Accounts Head for this purpose in order to stick to the prescribed date for the submission of the

6. In addition to hard copy, soft copy of the report would be submitted by the firm. Soft copy may be
either in Word or PDF files and may have tables in Excel on a CD.

7. The efficacy of the Internal Audit will be judged on the basis of the following parameters:

A. Number of points raised by the Statutory Branch/Main Auditors of the Company.

B. The number of points raised by Govt. Audit.

C. Quality of the Accounts during reviews by the Corporate Office

8. The Audit Reports would be addressed to the Managing Director ICSIL and would have an executive
summary highlighting the important points requiring the action / attention of the Management. The
Executive Summary should be cross referenced to the paragraphs in the Internal Audit report containing
the elaborate details.

9. Financial information on the ICSIL is given at Annexure 2. However this is wholly and solely for the
purpose of helping you to assess the workload for the Audit and is confidential and cannot be used for any
other purpose whatsoever.

10. Internal Audit Fees should be quoted per annum and payment would be on quarterly basis as
calculated from the annual fees.

11. Taxes on the Audit Fees will be treated as follows:

a) TDS on Income Tax at applicable rates will be deducted from the Quoted Fees invoiced.
b) GST will be paid additionally upfront, as invoiced, at the applicable rates.

12. Payment of Audit Fees will be against submission of the Quarterly Audit report and invoice pertaining
to the same, whichever is later.

13. Audit Fees per annum should be quoted. The audit will be assigned on L1 basis.

14. The quoted fee should include all expenses like TA / DA, out of pocket expenses etc. No
reimbursement of expenses apart from Audit fees will be applicable.

15. Tender should be submitted in annexed format only. No other format will be accepted.

16. Every page of the Bid will be authenticated by the signature of the authorized signatory of the firm
and the Firm's seal. Unauthenticated pages will be rejected.

17. Firms should make only one commercial bid. In case more than one bid is received, it will be out
rightly rejected.

18. Tender should reach us on or before DUE DATE and TIME in a sealed cover duly super-scribed with
our "TENDER No" and "DUE DATE" and "Appointment of Internal Auditors".

19. Response on Tender received after due date & time shall not be accepted, considered and no further
correspondence on such responses shall be entertained. ICSIL will not be responsible for any loss or delay
in receipt of TENDER in post.

20. Respondent if desire, may participate in tender opening after producing authorization/identity.

21. TENDER submitted should be free from correction, over-writing, erasures etc. Each page should be
suitably numbered.

22. Authorized Signatory should sign the TENDER submitted indicating the name and designation with
official seal.

23. Canvassing by respondents in any form, including unsolicited letters on TENDER submitted or post
corrections shall render their TENDER submitted liable for summary rejection.

Terms of Payment

25% payment on submission of Ist Quarter report
25% payment on submission of 2nd Quarter report.
25% payment on submission of 3rd Quarter report.
25% payment on submission of 4rth Quarter Report & finalization of Statutory Audit.

The Audit firm shall not disclose the documented management systems to any third party including their
internal department.

Audit firm to whom work is awarded is not allowed to sub contract the work to any other parties either in
part or full. In case it is subsequently revealed at any stage of the appointment process / post appointment
that outsourcing has been resorted to, the appointment is liable to be summarily cancelled with immediate


The proposal is valid for a period of six months (i.e.180 days) from the last date of submission of the bid.
The validity time may be extended by ICSIL in confirmation with the bidder

Selection criterion

      a.       The Committee will examine all the documents enclosed with the proposal regarding
               Eligibility criteria, etc.
      b.       A duly constituted expert committee will evaluate the capability of the Firm on methodology
               & approach on Financial and Operational Audit The committee shall invite all bidder, for
               making presentation/demonstration/discussion on Internal Audit. Calling for
               presentation/demonstration/discussion does not imply that the proposal is accepted.
      c.       The firm has to fulfill the eligibility criteria given in the Document. If fails to achieve 80%
               marks in the technical evaluation then proposal shall be rejected and shall not be processed
               for further evaluation.
      d.       Presentation will be part of Technical Evaluation
      e.       In case of tie in price of two bidders then whose technical points are higher shall be declared


Sr.        Particulars                    Points      per Total Points Response by Supporting
No                                        criteria        per criteria bidder      documents
           No. of years of experience     5 Points for 10                          Copy             of
           (minimum 10 years)             minimum                                  Certificate      of
                                          experience                               Incorporation
                                          additional 1                             from the Institute.
                                          point per Year
           No. of qualified registered    5 Points for 10                          Copy             of
           partner     with      ICAI     minimum two                              Certificate in the
           ( minimum two )                partner                                  name      of    the
                                          additional 1                             partner/employee
                                          point       per
           No. of Qualified staff         5 point per 15                           Self declaration
           (Minimum       qualification   qualified staff                          letter.
           B.Com / Inter CA/CMA)
           and post Qualification
           experience of at least
         Experience of Internal 5 point per 20                                           Work Order and
         Audit     assignment     in assignment                                          copies            of
         Central / State Govt. PSU                                                       completion
                                                                                         certificate       of
                                                                                         PSU's/proof       of
                                                                                         final       payment
         Average Annual Turnover 10 Points for 20                                        Statement         of
         of   last  three   years minimum                                                Profit and Loss
         (minimum Rs. 15 Lakh)    addition   5                                           duly         audited
                                  points per 5                                           stating
                                  Lakh average                                           Membership no.
                                  turnover                                               of             such
         Presentation  on     the                      25                                Supporting
         approach & methodology                                                          documents
         on the Financial &
         Operational Audit before
         the Committee

Professional firms which obtain at least 80% marks based on the technical parameters would be
considered for opening financial bids for selection of bidder based on the lowest commensurate fees
quoted by the professional firm.


    1. We confirm that the information furnished herein is correct and fair in all respects and we have
       the necessary documentary proof to substantiate the same. It is further confirmed that in case any
       of the contents contained herein are found to be incorrect, ICSIL is free to initiate any appropriate
       action against us.

    2. We further declare that there have been no adverse comments/ qualification on our performance
       from the Management/ Audit Committee.


Full name........................................

Designation/Firm Name.............

Address with Phone......................

FAX & Mobile No: ........................

E-Mail :......
Annexure 1
                                   Format for submission of Tender

Sr.No Particulars                                   Details of Firm
1.    Name with complete address of firm

2        Number of Partners with details
         (As per constitution certificate issued
         by the Institute of Chartered
         Accountants of India or Institute of
         Cost Accountants of India. Enclose
         copy of constitution certificate)
3        Number of Qualified employees
         (With either a CA or CMA
4        Date of formation
5        Name of contact person along with
         landline and mobile numbers
6        Whether Registered with C&AG? :
         ( copy to be enclosed)
7        Service Tax Registration Number
8        Permanent Account Number (PAN)
9        Full Postal Address of other Offices
         / Branch Offices. (This may be given
         on a separate sheet of paper attached)

10 Manpower Details

         a. Details of Partners : of Partner

Sr. No          Name        of Qualification Membership        Member         Date       of
                Partner                      No.               since          Joining   the

         b.   Details of Other Audit Staff : of Audit Staff out of which.... no. are CA/CMA

Sr. No          Name        of Qualification Membership        Member         Date       of
                staff                        No., if any       since          Joining   the
11. Details of Professional Experience

           a. Statutory Audit

Sr.        Name    of       the Operating        Type    of Period of           the Remarks, if
No         Company              turnover in Rs. Industry    assignment              any
                                Cr. (in the year
                                of assignment)

      b.   Internal Audit

Sr.        Name    of       the Operating        Type    of Period of           the Remarks, if
No         Company              turnover in Rs. Industry    assignment              any
                                Cr. (in the year
                                of assignment)

      c. Worked as Central/Joint Statutory Auditor

Sr.        Name    of       the Operating        Type    of Period of           the Remarks, if
No         Company              turnover in Rs. Industry    assignment              any
                                Cr. (in the year
                                of assignment)

      d.    Whether Firm Already worked as Internal Auditors/Statutory Auditor/ Professional Consultant of
           ICSIL /TCIL.
Annexure 2:-
     a. Financial Statement of previous years

                        Year                    Gross
                                                Turnover   (in
                        2017-18                         148.31

                        2016-17                          146.20

                        2015-16                          113.48

     b. Major Activities / area of operation
           1. Supply of Computer Hardware & its accessories mostly to Govt Departments
           2. Deployment of Manpower on contract basis to Govt. Department
           3. Implementation of Software projects, etc
           4. Running of Computer Education and Training Centers through franchises.
Annexure 3
                                                    FINANCIAL BID

                            Quoting Fee for the Assignment in terms of the Tender.

                 (To be kept in a separate Envelope sealed properly while sending the proposal)

S.No                           Particulars                                    Amount
                                                           (in figure)           ( in words)
1             All-inclusive Lump sum fee (including
              travel and other out of pocket
              expenses, etc.) for the entire scope of
              work covered under the Terms of
              Reference on a Firm price basis ( with
              no escalation provision for whatever

Please Note: 1. Goods & Service Tax(GST), if any, will be paid extra at the applicable rates and is not to
be quoted above. In case of any discrepancy in Fee between figures and the amount mentioned in Words,
the Fee mentioned in Words shall be taken into cognizance.

    3. In case more than one eligible bidder's Financial Bid having same L1 rates , bidder with higher
       technical marks will be declare L1.


Full name........................................

Designation/Firm Name.............

Address with Phone......................

FAX & Mobile No: ........................

E-Mail :......

           Major areas to be covered during the course of Internal Audit The
      Internal Audit shall be carried out in accordance with the Auditing
      Standards and Accounting Standards prescribed by the Institute of
      Chartered Accountants of India and will include such tests and controls,
      as the Auditor considers necessary under the circumstances. The scope of
      Internal Audit encompasses the examination and evaluation of the
      adequacy and effectiveness of the organization's system of internal
      control with special emphasis on the following:

Financial Accounting & Financial Reporting Systems:

The overall Financial accounting & Financial reporting system to be checked
thoroughly with the special stress on the below items:

               All Accounting is being done as per Accounting Standards and
               Accounting Policies of ICSIL.

               Cash, bank, journal vouchers including rectification vouchers are
               prepared correctly and trial balance is prepared accordingly.

               Project estimate and reporting turnover as per Ind As.

               Monitoring of physical and financial progress of work vis-a-vis
               targets .

               Bank statements &monthly bank reconciliation statements
               Balance confirmation with all Debtors & trade

               TDS & payment of Statutory dues
               Prior period adjustments

               Provisions and contingent
               liabilities Bank Guarantees& FDRs

              Timely recovery of advances and interest.
Tenders and allied matters

          -   Pre-tender Stage

                      The tenders should be floated as per Govt. Guidelines
                      For Tendering (i.e. GFR...etc)or ICSIL Purchase mannual,
                      and approval of the competent authority as per the
                      Delegation of Powers (DOP).

                      Ensure that the basis of preparation of estimates for
                      work/package is realistic and logical (based on LAR,
                      schedule of rates etc.), and has the approval of the
                      competent authority as per DOP.

          -   Tendering Process

                      The Comparative Statement and the Briefing Notes
                      should be vetted by Finance and their correctness
                      should be checked based on random sampling
                      method including compliance conditions on technicals
                      with immaculate compliance with submission of
                      requisite documents to qualify.

                      Tender Committee (TC) minutes should be verified to
                      establish the reasonableness of rates (considering the
                      special conditions, if any) and irregularities to be

                                In the contracts, where client procedures are to be
                       followed, ensure proper documentation and compliance of
                                                                         the same.

          -   Award of Work

                      Letter of Award (LOA) should be issued as per TC
                      recommendations and only after finance vetting. An
                      accepted copy of same should be verified to rule out
                      any deviations /omissions.

                      Earnest money provided should be kept in safe custody
                      and to be checked for sufficiency and validity.

          -   Contract Agreement
                       An agreement should be executed within the time
                       stipulated by LOA and should be signed by competent
                       authorized signatories.

                       Checking of contract conditions before paying or
                       receiving mobilization or other advances by the project

Project Execution

          -   Monitoring of physical and financial progress of work.

          -   Comparative study of the actual costs vis-a-vis sanctioned
              estimates, and major deviations are to be reported.

          -   Reconciliation between total work done, work certified and
              uncertified, work billed and unbilled, payments received from
              the client, recoveries including taxes, retention money,

              guarantee, mobilization and plant advance, interest, etc., in
              terms of the contract.

          -   In cases, where extension of completion date of the contracts is
              required, the delay should be properly justified and validated by
              approval from competent authority. Further, Liquidated
              Damages (LD) should also be imposed, as per the provisions of
              the contract, wherever required.

          -   Any non-schedule item should be supported by proper
              approvals from competent authority.

          -   In case of departmental work, realistic estimates of the work
              should be prepared and approved by competent authority.
              Further, material procured and consumed should be properly
              reconciled at frequent intervals.

Manpower outsourcing Projects

          -   Robustness and sufficiency of system for recruitment of
              manpower outsourced to different govt. Govt /Agencies.
          -   Details of Manpower outsourced.
          -   Proper Procedures have been followed for recruitment of
              outsourced manpower to Govt. Deptt.
           -   Verification of competent authority approval of manpower
               outsourced to Govt. Deptt.
           -   Verification details like KYC...etc. of outsourced manpower
           -   System of receiving Attendance sheet and certification by
               responsible officer.
           -   Proper deduction of ESIC,EPF ..etc from salary.
           -   Ascertaining back-to-back recoveries from Outsourced
               Manpower of deductions made by the Deptt/client.

           -   Proper upkeep and maintenance of individual outsourced
               records including Attendence sheet of all outsourced

           -   No claim certificate from Outsourced manpower should be
               obtained with final payment.
           -   Compliance with Law including Statutory & Labour law .
           -   Govt. guidelines have been followed or not.

Procurement of materials, recording of Receipts and issues including
client materials

           -   Robustness and sufficiency of processes

           -   Details of tenders awarded on nomination and single tender
               basis, whether any splitting of procurement in order to
               circumvent tender policies is observed?

           -   Verification of purchase procedure on the basis of indents,
               purchase orders, quotations, price comparative statements,
               authorized distributor list, etc.

           -   Checking of material receipts on the basis of purchase orders,
               delivery challans/ invoices, weigh slips with the goods receipt notes.
           -   Compliance to quality control procedures.

           -   Checking issue of materials on the basis of issue slips, authorized
               signatory list, etc.
           -   Checking records of reusable items .

           -   Inventory valuation including transportation and other
               acquisition costs and proper allocation of other overheads
               based on appropriate valuation method.
Assets i.e. Plant and Equipment...etc.

            -   Physical verification of equipment owned by ICSIL.

            -   Checking logbooks to ensure proper record keeping.

            -   Analyse utilization of own equipment vis-à-vis hired equipment
                with respect to the volume of work done.
            -   Checking validity of rates of hired equipment compared to the
                market rates.

            -   Ensure the timely submission of performance guarantee, as per
                the provisions of the contract

            -   Labour license requirements need to be verified, as per
                Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970

            -   Proper monitoring of the milestones achievements (physical and
                financial both), as per the provisions of the contract

            -   Advances to the sub-contractor, such as mobilization advance
                etc. should be need based and to be given strictly as per the
                provision of the contract, ensuring the sufficient collateral (in
                form of bank guarantee etc.)

            -   Scrutinizing monthly running account (RA) bills of the
                subcontractors with respect to the work orders relating to the
                quantity of work, rates, plant and mobilization advance, interest
                (if any), retention deposit, GST-TDS, TDS, material recoveries,
                deductions for services availed, liquidated damages, etc.

            -   Ascertaining back-to-back recoveries from sub-contractors bills
                of deductions on account of work made by the client.

            -   Proper upkeep and maintenance of measurement books (MB)
                of all outsourced work.

            -   No claim certificate from Contractor/Sub-contractor should be
                obtained with final bill.

            -   Contractor & Supplier ledger should be properly maintained
Client billing and receivable

            -   Checking the billing terms and conditions, which are either
                defined in the MOU signed between client and ICSIL or as per
                the provisions of the contract.

            -   Ensure that the timely bills are being raised as per provisions of the
                billing terms and conditions. Major deviations are to be reported.

            -   Collections from the client with respect to the contractual
                collection period. Scrutiny of receipts in bank, otherwise than
                from cheques received from clients.

            -   The review of the receivables has been carried out as per
                Guidelines issued by Company from time to time.
            -   Receivables ageing and realization analysis

            -   In case of final bill, ensure that it should include variation in
                quantity, non-schedule items, price escalation etc, if any.

Franchise Centre

            -   Checking the terms and conditions, which are either defined in
                the MOU signed between Franchises centre and ICSIL or as per
                the provisions of the contract
            -   Ensure the timely submission of performance guarantee/EMD , as
                per the provisions of the contract
            -   Proper monitoring of the milestones achievements (physical and
                financial both), as per the provisions of the contract
            -   Proper upkeep and maintenance of measurement books (MB)
                of all outsourced work.
            -   Franchise ledger should be properly maintained

            -   Collections from the Franchises with respect to the contractual
                collection period. Scrutiny of receipts in bank, otherwise than
                from cheques received from clients.

            -   The review of the receivables has been carried out as per
                Guidelines issued by Company from time to time.
            -   Ensuring timely submission of payment details of franchises fee
                on monthly basis.
            -   Receivables ageing and realization analysis.
Profit and Loss Analysis

Establishment matters

            -   Checking of wages and salaries of different categories of employees
                including officers, contract staff, monthly and daily rated workers on
                the basis of their respective terms and conditions of employment.

            -   Test check a few individual files of personnel posted.

            -   Comparison of actual manpower deployment with the monthly
            -   Ensure compliance of PF and ESIC laws .

            -   Attendance verification of manpower deployment by ICSIL, if
                terms of payment are dependent on actual attendance,
                particularly in case of security guards and helpers.
            -   Verify the records with special attention to Medical rules, Final
                Settlement, Travelling allowances, Staff Loans/Advances etc.
            -   Verification of Competent authority approval as per
                Delegation of Power(DOP).

Statutory registrations, deductions and payments

            -   Identification of legal framework and statutes as applicable and
                compliance thereof
            -   Check registrations/renewals with different statutory authorities
                like labour department, PF, ESIC, GST, Professional Tax,
                electricity and water supply authorities, etc.

            -   Ensure correct deductions and recoveries of taxes and statutory
                levies like TDS, TCS, GST,GST-TDS, PF, ESIC, Professional Tax,
                labour Cess etc.
            -   Ensure timely payment and deposit of taxes and other statutory

            -   Adherence to time limits in filing prescribed returns.

            -   Verify system of availing input tax credit on purchases and
                service tax against liability of GST through a proper procedure of
            -   Reconciliation of payments and deductions made by the client
                with actual liability on the basis of work done and ascertainment
                of year-end liability.

            -   Status of assessments before various tax authorities.

            -   Details of statutory disputes and cases pending before various
                authorities with financial implications for being treated as
                contingent liabilities.

Assets and Liabilities

            -   Ageing of advances and scrutinizing debit balances, including
                Assets /cash advances given to staff, workers, suppliers,
                subcontractors and other parties. Classification into recoverable
                and non-recoverable advances. Assessing the adequacy of
                provision of doubtful advances. Matching advances against
                corresponding liabilities.

            -   Assessing the proper estimation and adequacy of provisions
                made at the year-end and outstanding liabilities. Scrutinize all
                credit balances.

            -   Identifying pre-paid expenses.

            -   Maintenance of Fixed Assets register, Physical verification and
                calculation of depreciation.

            -   Claims management system and review of that.

Miscellaneous Matters

            -   For arbitration, court cases and contingent liabilities, proper
                provisions should be calculated and booked.

            -   Any material procured from Micro, Small and Medium
                Enterprises (MSME), provisions of MSMED Act to be followed.

            -   Review of the deposit with Govt. Departments such as Electricity,
                Water, and Telephone etc.

            -   Detection of systemic flaws and suggestions for adopting
                corrective measures.
            -   Irregularities of serious nature noticed during audit are to
                be reported through a special report.

Special items

                The scope for Internal Audit. is required to give additional
                attention to the below:

                      Taxation Issue including statutory compliances

                      Payroll and leave records

                      Approval of competent authority including financial
                      concurrences as per DOP.


  -   The details above are not to restrict the Scope of Internal Auditors but are
      only to meet with the minimum specific requirements for the internal
      control of company.
  -   Internal Auditors are encouraged to suggest solutions to rectify the errors or
      deficiencies and not merely confine to making observations. Internal Auditors
      should also give suggestions for system improvement and ensure compliance
      of the audit observations at the Project site itself in their presence.
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