BIS fails to implement its own mandate.
Failure of enforcement is a big shortcoming of BIS. Most products having mandatory BIS implementation are flooding the market without any action from BIS. more
Indian mindset is itself manipulative and complicated that leads of corruption. Yes, none of the Indian business has even tried to produce competitive products. Why should the consumer not look for cheap and best in the world market, even if it is China? Boycott is not the solution. more
This is true... But it can't be denied that we have
a tendency to make things complicated to encourage corruption..... Can we manufacture the microprocessors we import from China...????If yes... Who will do it???
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If one relies on Chinese goods what is the relevance of BIS? Indian mentality is to go by what is cheap, whether trustworthy or not. BIS will become relevant only after total boycott of Chinese goods by the Indian citizen. more
Do you think any Govt. can do this? Legal ban out of question for fear of reciprocation. more
Question of availing cheaper variety would not arise, if the goods are banned because of non-conformance to the laid down standards of the land. more
We have good systems but very poor in followup. more
BIS has no role to play in cases/ products for which BIS certification has not been granted. more