BOQ definition

BOQ means Bill of Quantity or the Price Schedule in which rates for the e-tender should be quoted and uploaded online on the e-tender website.
BOQ means Bill of Quantity.

Examples of BOQ in a sentence

  • If the price bid has been given as a standard BOQ format with the tender document, then the same is to be downloaded and to be filled by all the bidders.

  • The contract is neither a fixed lumpsum contract or a piece work contract, but is a contract to carry out work in respect of the entire works to be paid for according to actual measured quantities, including variations from BOQ at the rates contained in the Schedule of rates and Probable bill of quantities or as provided in the said conditions.

  • If the BOQ file is found to be modified by the bidder, the bid will be rejected.

  • Bidders can quote Basic Price in INR or other CURRENCY available in given BOQ (for other than INR) but it is mandatory to quote taxes/levies in INR only, in the prescribed column and upload the same in the commercial bid.

  • The tubes exposed to sunlight must be covered / cladded / treated to prevent damage from UV radiation and bird pecks / tampering, as mentioned in the BOQ.


More Definitions of BOQ

BOQ means Bill of Quantities.
BOQ means Bill of Quantity
BOQ means the bill of quantities as set out in Attachment-1.