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Essar Constructions (Mumbai), Srei (Kolkata), SembCorp, STE (Singapore) and Singapore MRT
Magna Allmore (Malaysia), Siemens AG (Germany), ETA (Dubai) and NCC (Hyderabad)
Reliance Energy (Mumbai) and Bombardier (Canada)
Metrail (Switzerland), Macquarie Bank (Australia) and MMC (Malaysia)
GVK (Hyderabad), Gammon India (Mumbai), Alstom (France) and IDFC
Maytas (Hyderabad), Navabharat (Hyderabad), ItalThai (ITD-Thailand)
ITD cem (Delhi); and IVRCL (Hyderabad), Hitachi (Japan) and BHEL

Five of these consortia were pre-qualified by the GoAP, with the Metrail and ITD Cem consortia not qualifying. The Government of India considered the task for money related help under the VGF plan and after that permitted the GoAP to continue with the RFP Process. The RFP report, including the model concession assention, manual of determinations and benchmarks and in addition the state bolster understanding, was issued to all the pre-qualified bidders in May 2007. The RFP procedure included specialised and money related recommendations. All the pre-qualified consortia qualified in fact and were requested to present their money related offers in May 2008. The Maytas-drove consortium consented to pay Rs 30,311 crore to the administration amid the concession time of 35 years, while the Magna Allmore drove consortium consented to pay Rs 250 crore to the legislature. The two different bidders- – Reliance looked for a VGF give of Rs 2,811 crore from the legislature and Essar looked for a give of Rs 3,100 crore separately. The GVK– drove consortium did not present a money related offer. In view of these offers, the Maytas consortium was granted venture. The task was to accomplish monetary conclusion by March 17, 2009.