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Sealed Limited Tenders are invited for the Development of series of 2D animated videos

26-08-2016 08:37:37

KERALA VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY

CENTRE FOR ONE HEALTH EDUCATION, ADVOCACY, RESEARCH AND TRAINING

College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences

Pookode, Lakkidi, Wayanad, Kerala, India- 673576

 

Limited Tender Notice

 

 No.  COHEART/KVASU/Plan-15-16                                                      Dated: 26/8/2016

 

Sealed Limited Tenders are invited for the Development of series of 2D animated videos for the Centre for One Health Education, Advocacy, Research and Training(Specifications mentioned below). The envelopes containing the tender should bear the superscription “Limited Tender for the development of Animated videos” and should be addressed to Officer-In-Charge, COHEART, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Pookode, Wayanad- 673 576. Last date for the receipt of Limited Tender is on 09-09-2016, 10.30 A.M and will be opened at 11.00 A.M. the same day in the presence of bidders or their authorized representatives.

The tenders should be in the prescribed form which can be downloaded from the official website of the Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University namely www.kvasu.ac.in.

            All the rules / regulations applicable to Government tenders will be applicable to this Limited Tender also. EMD and Agreement in the Kerala stamp paper as detailed below should be furnished along with the Limited Tender. Further details if any can be had from Office of the undersigned during working hours. 

We are creating a repository of web based, interactive 2D animations for communicating various public health based concepts and technologies in two of our projects viz., Project 1: Development of infectious and zoonotic disease management software apposite for man and animals and Project 2: Development of alternate extension model facility as preliminary step to undertake training in food safety and public health.These animations will be dealing with concepts which may be better understood when animated, some of which will be interactive. Under Project 1, the contract is to develop around 20 (nos may vary) animated videos on the theme "Zoono tips” and “Health Insight” in Project 2: Contract is to develop another set of 20 animated videos on the theme “Vety Tips” and “”One Health”. Please note that the theme and number of animated videos may change.

The content will be given in the form of a MS Word or powerpoint presentation,. Only firms expertise in creating animations with voice over need to apply following the specifications and instructions given below.   COHEART reserves the right to accept or reject any tender and to annul the tendering process and reject all tenders at any time prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Tenderer or Tenderers or any obligation to inform the affected Tenderer or Tenderers of the grounds for COHEART’s action.

 

Specifications

 

Sl. No.

Items

Specification

1

Production of 2D animated video

(20 each in two projects)

  • The 2 D Digital animation video should be of 2 min duration prepared with high- definition quality and should include character design, typography, voice over, audio mixing and audio compositing/ narrations etc.
  • The animated video should focus on the animated character called Dr. COHEART who is a virtual character created to disseminate knowledge on zoonotic diseases, veterinary science and other public health related topics to everybody or to specific target audiences.
  • The videos are to be delivered with new subjects every month through COHEART web pages (Vets Info and Zoonoses page). All the animated videos should adhere to our script (little modification in script is permissible without altering the core information). Our investigators should be consulted before deciding the color scheme (Colors used for type, images and background) Layout (Graphic design aspects of placing the components), Navigation (Moving within the animation using the interactivity) and the general look and feel. We should be given the provision to amend the project up to three times with minor alterations, if needed.
  • After viewing the animation, the users should be able to understand the topic well. The firms should work as required at own facilities utilizing own equipment and graphics editing tools. Output of final videos should be in a digital format and should be used on YouTube, and other digital media tools (open files) in HD quality. The story board or script is available with the undersigned and an example is given in Appendix 2. The project concludes by September 30th, 2016.

 

 

ANNEXURE 1

 

FORM OF TENDER

 

From

 

 

 

 

To

Officer-In-Charge

Centre for One Health Education, Advocacy, Research and Training

Pookode, Wayanad- 673 576

 

Sir,

Ref:- Limited tender for development of animated video series dated 26.8.16

 

I/We here by tender to supply, under the annexed general conditions of contract; the whole of the articles referred to and described in the attached specification and schedule, or any portion thereof, as may be decided by the University, at the rates quoted against each item. The articles will be delivered within the time and at the places specified in the schedule.

 

*I/We have enclosed separate DDs for the required amount of Rs.________ (Rupees_______________________________________only) as earnest money deposit and Rs____________(Rupees________________________________________only) towards the cost of Tender.

 

I/We hereby also certify our firm has not been black listed by any government or quasi government origanisation

 

 

 

Yours faithfully

(seal)

Signature..............................................

Address.................................................

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Place:

Date:

*(To be scored in cases where no earnest money deposit is furnished)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANNEXURE 2

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

  1. The prices are to be quoted in INR. The tenders should clearly indicate the net cost of the development of single animated videos of 2 mins duration and also the price for 25 videos total.  Price per animation inclusive of all other expenses is required to be quoted
  2. The tenders should be in the prescribed form which can be downloaded from the Official website of the Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University namely www.kvasu.ac.in. The cost of tender form will be as follows:

 

Original copy each (Rs)

Duplicate copy each (Rs)

0.25% of the cost of tender rounded to the nearest multiple of 100 + VAT as applicable

50% of the cost of the original copy rounded to the nearest multiple of 100 +

VAT as applicable

 

  1. Each tender should be accompanied by an EMD of 1% of the total quoted amount in the form of Demand Draft in favour of the Officer-In-Charge, COHEART,  Department of Veterinary Public Health, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pookode, Wayanad - 673 576 payable at the State Bank of Travancore, Kalpetta. The tender should also be accompanied by an agreement in Kerala stamp paper worth Rs. 100/- as per format appended.  Late and incomplete tenders and tenders without EMD and agreement in Kerala stamp paper will not be accepted
  2. Firms who are exempted from payment of EMD should furnish attested copy of the currently valid certificate from the Store Purchase Department, Government of Kerala.
  3. Separate demand draft should be submitted for tender form & EMD
  4. The price quoted shall remain valid for a period of six months from the date of opening the tender or till the completion of the work, whichever is later. The proposal must be expressed in the English language
  5. Bidder should have access to strong expertise in the domain/ subject & animation development and should have a sound knowledge in English
  6. Successful bidder on confirmation of the tender will have to furnish a Performance Security of 5 % of the total cost of the project and execute an agreement in Kerala Stamp paper worth Rs.100/-. Performance Security in the form of Bank Guarantee drawn in favour of Officer-In-Charge, COHEART, Department of Veterinary Public Health, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pookode, payable at S.B.T Kalpetta is to be furnished. Performance security is to be furnished within 21 days of purchase order or supply of equipment, whichever is earlier. The performance security should remain valid for a period of 60 days beyond the date of completion of all contractual obligations of the supplier, including warranty obligations.
  7. The video should be of good quality and in conformity with the item quoted in the tender.  If the article is found to be inferior quality or not in conformity to the specification as per tender will be summarily rejected.
  8. In case when the successful tenderers having made partial supplies fail to fulfill the contract in full, all or any of the material not supplied will be purchased by means of tender quotation or negotiation or from the next lowest tenders who had offered to supply already and the loss if any, caused to the University together with such sum as may be fixed by the University towards the damages shall be recovered from the defaulting tenderers.
  9. The Officer-In-Charge, COHEART, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pookode, Wayanad reserves the right to reject any tender without assigning any reason thereof.

     Late tenders and tenders without EMD and agreement will be summarily rejected. All rules pertaining to Govt. Tenders will be applicable to this tender also.

 

Sd

Officer-In-Charge,

COHEART

ANNEXURE 3

Raw Script model (Single video)

 

What is Japanese Encephalitis

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a mosquito borne viral disease that affects central nervous system, causing encephalitis in humans as well as in horses and abortion in pigs. This the most important cause of epidemic encephalitis and childhood mortality globally, with an estimated 35,000 to 50,000 cases and 10,000 deaths annually. It is enzootic in Asia and most commonly associated with rice growing fields in the rural areas where water lodging and irrigation system provides healthy environment for mosquito breeding.

How is the disease scenario in Kerala or India

The first epidemic of JE was reported in 1935 from Japan. Since than the infection is widespread throughout large parts of Asia and has become an emerging disease of public health significance in India. In India, the disease was clinically diagnosed for the first time in  the year 1955 from human cases of encephalitis from North Arcot district of Tamilnadu. In the year 1973, Burdwan and Bankura districts of West Bengal reported the first major outbreak involving more than 700 cases and 300 deaths. The disease is common in the northen India especially Uttar Pradesh, Assam and West Bengal. In Kerala, the disease is usually reported from backwaters around Allepey and Kottayam due to abundant rice/paddy fields, birds and mosquitoes.

What are the characteristic of this virus?

Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV belongs to the genus Flavivirus of family Flaviviuriade and is a small, enveloped virus with a single stranded, positive sense RNA. There are three structural proteins viz., nucleocapsid -C, membrane- M/PrM and envelope-E. The E protein appears to play a dominant role in the generation of neutralizing antibodies and the induction of a protective immune response ( Kimura-Kiroda and Yasui, 1988).

What is the role of mosquito in disease transmission

JE is a mosquito borne disease and mainly transmitted through the bite o Culex tritaeniorrynchus and Cx.vishnui group mosquitoes. In India, JEV has been isolated from 16 species of mosquitoes.

What is the role of pigs and birds in disease transmission?

Pigs acts as amplifying host of JE virus and  ardeid birds acts as its reservoirs. The virus is maintained in nature by complex cycle that involves pigs, birds and mosquito as vector. There are Pig- mosquito-pig and bird-mosquito-bird transmission cycles. Peak risk of JE infection is associated with presence of pig population. Since the viremia in pigs lasts two to four days, they can easily infect the mosquitoes.

What are the symptoms commonly observed in humans

Human are incidental hosts for JE virus but infection can lead to illness and death (Gubler, 2002). The most common symptoms seen in humans are fever, headache, nausea or at times vomiting and severe body pain. The incubation period lasts 4-14 days. If proper treatment is not given, the disease could turn fatal. Severe cases leads to stiffness of the neck, convulsions, confusion, disorientation, delirium, paresis, and paralysis.

How can this disease be controlled

The major control measures for JE is mosquito control through use of nets, spraying of pesticides etc, screening of JE virus in pig through sero surveillance coupled with segregation, slaughtering, and vaccination and practicing human vaccination in endemic areas. Disease prevention is practically possible only through combined efforts to control mosquito breeding, mass immunization, reducing man mosquito contact and public awareness. The cases are managed symptomatically and early diagnosis helps in reducing adverse sequelae.