Bureau of Indian Standards
Effective April 3rd, 2013 the Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) issued the Compulsory Registration Order 2012. Certain products are now required to comply with Indian safety standards and obtain BIS registration before they can be imported, distributed or sold into India.
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U&T Provide The BIS Registration Service, empowered through an Act of the Indian Parliament, known as the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986, operates a product certification scheme by which it grants licenses to manufacturers covering practically every industrial discipline from Agriculture to Textiles to Electronics. The certification allows the licensees to use the popular ISI Mark, which has become synonymous with Quality products for the Indian and neighboring markets over the last more than 55 years. The Bureau's predecessor, the Indian Standards Institution began operating the product certification Scheme in 1955.
The BIS Product Certification Scheme operates in an impartial, non-discriminatory and transparent manner. The documents stating the powers, functions and responsibilities of BIS are published by the Government of India as the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986, BIS Rules, 1987 and BIS (Certification) Regulations, 1988. The specific procedure for operating a licence is given in another document called the Scheme of Testing and Inspection (STI), described later. Procedures provide for maintaining a very high degree of confidentiality and integrity among its personnel who perform certification related tasks. A body called the Certification Advisory Committee, composed of persons from varied sectors like manufacturers, consumers, Government agencies, industries associations, reviews the performance of the scheme and advises on key policy issues.
The erstwhile Indian Standards Institution (ISI) was established in year 1947 (now Bureau of Indian Standards) with the objective of harmonious development of standardization activity in India. Under the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986, Bureau establishes Indian Standards in relation to any article or process and amends, revises or cancels the standards so established as may be necessary, by a process of consultation involving consumers, manufacturers, Government and regulatory bodies, technologists, scientists and testing laboratories through duly constituted committees.
There are 14 Division Councils and over 650 Technical Committees that have so far developed over 19000 Indian Standards. Over 350 new and revised standards are being formulated each year by BIS.
1. A clear indication of its capabilities.
2. Strong evidence of its commitment to quality.
3. Assurance of consistency in quality of product/service with timely delivery.
4. The firm is forced by itself self-motivated to consider an improvement to the
system through regular audits by BIS.
5. Reduces the incidence of product failure, in-turn improves the credibility of the firm.
6. Being internationally recognized, the firm's quality will have worldwide acceptance.
7. Better choice and monitoring of the firm's supplies.
8. Puts all operations on a scientific basis.
9. Motivates all employees and ensures their involvement.