Taka definition

Taka means the currency of the Borrower;
Taka or “Tk.” means the lawful currency of Bangladesh;
Taka means the currency of the Borrower.

Examples of Taka in a sentence

  • Notification of Awards for Contracts of Taka 10(ten) million and above shall be notified by the Purchaser to the Central Procurement Technical Unit within 7(seven) days of issuance of the NOA for publication in their website, and that notice shall be kept posted for not less than a month pursuant to Rule 37 of the Public Procurement Rules, 2008.

  • For evaluation and comparison purpose, TEC shall convert all Tender prices expressed in the amounts in various currencies into an amount in Bangladeshi Taka currency, using the selling exchange rates established by the Bangladesh Bank, on the date of Tender opening.

  • A non-resident Bangladeshi shall apply either directly by enclosing a foreign demand draft drawn on a bank payable at Dhaka, or through a nominee by paying out of foreign currency deposit account maintained in Bangladesh or in Taka, supported by foreign currency encashment certificate issued by the concerned bank, for the value of securities applied for through crossed bank cheque marking “Account Payee only”.

  • Rates shall be quoted and, subsequent payments under this Contract shall be made in Taka currency.

  • Notification of Award for Contracts below Taka 10(ten) million, shall be published by the Purchaser on its Notice Board and where applicable on the website of the Purchaser and that notice shall be kept posted for not less than a month pursuant to Rule 37 of the Public Procurement Rules, 2008..


More Definitions of Taka

Taka means the lawful currency of Bangladesh.
Taka means the unit of currency of Bangladesh.
Taka means the currency of the Borrower; and
Taka or “Tk” means the currency of the Borrower.
Taka means the currency of the Recipient; and
Taka means the currency of the Recipient.