RadioandMusic
| 28 Jan 2022
I&B Ministry asks 28 applicants to send ownership compliance certificates

MUMBAI: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) issued a detailed list of 28 applicants who applied for e-auction of first batch of Phase III expansion. Along with which, the Ministry issued a note asking applicants to submit the ownership compliance certificate. The certificate has to be submitted in hard copy before 5 pm IST on 16 April 2015.

The hard copy has to be sent to director (FM). Click here for address

The Ministry has asked applicants to submit six sets of the ownership compliance certificate (OCC) in a single sealed cover. The note further stated that the first set shall be marked as ‘original’ and shall be duly signed in ink on each page by the applicant. The other five photo copies should be certified by an authorised signatory and should be numbered. It should also have the name and address of the applicants on the sealed cover.

It further stated that along with the hard copy, the Ministry requires a soft copy. Applicants should also submit a scanned soft copy of the original set on CD/DVD format in a single PDF document.

The Ministry is still reviewing applications that is sent to them, so applicants in the list will not be pre-qualified merely on submission of the OCC, stated the Ministry.

In case of discrepancies between the copies and the original, the original shall prevail. However, the government also reserves the right to reject applications in case of discrepancies between the two sets.