BIS is a national body that ensures the quality, safety, and reliability of Indian goods. BIS is intended to analyze product samples while they are in the preliminary and surveillance stages. India has 8 centers, 4 regional, and 3 BIS branch laboratories in total. The government, therefore, promotes BIS certification for the following purposes:
In the public interest, to protect public health and safety government of India has listed products that required mandatory BIS certification:
For domestic manufacturers
Steps of registration under this scheme
-Business registration certificate authenticating the address and purpose of establishment
- A copy of valid Registration Certificate from the Local / State authority or from a Chartered Accountant if applicant is SSI
- Manufacturing Process flow chart
- List of products (in detail), machinery used with their capacity in the format provided
- detail of the outsourced process of manufacturing (if any process is outsourced) and attach the agreement copy
-A full list of test facilities, clearly indicating the name of the equipment, the test for which it is being used (clause No. of the Indian Standard), range / minimum number/accuracy of the test equipment, calibration status and quantity as per format.
- Layout Plan
- QC workers letter of appointment stating the names, experience, credentials, date of appointment and also adding a copy of each certificate of qualification.
- Copy test certificates of each of the test reports/suppliers for each raw material/component.
- Copy (if available) of an in-house or independent test report for the product covering all specifications as per the applicable Indian Standard.
The simplified process applies to All India First licensing cases and other goods with the exception of the following:
Steps of registration under this scheme:
- One application must be submitted for one product for one manufacturing site.
- The license is issued if BIS is confident that the application form has demonstrated the manufacturing and testing capability
Sample(s) of product from daily manufacturing was checked and sealed in an independent laboratory for processing during the verification visit.
On 3 October 2012, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) released the Order 'Electronics and Information Technology Goods (Compulsory Registration Requirement), 2012' with a list of 15 categories of electronic items. No person may produce or store the notified goods for sale or import or sell or distribute the notified goods in compliance with the order.
Therefore, by following the prescribed process, the manufacturers of the notified goods must without fail to apply for BIS registration from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
Steps of registration:
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