Industry Participation in Standards Enhancement/Development
Via this circle, BIS intends to understand standards related gaps and enable businesses to participate in Standards Enhancement Development for products and services in India.
You are welcome to share the link of this circle below with any contacts who you think may be interested in participating in the Standards Development process
We look forward to hearing from you and work with you in improving standards of products and services in India. more
But unless and until they demand their input raw material products with BIS standards it is not going to work. It must be made obligatory for the industrial products manufacturers as well as domestic appliances, automobiles like euro, BIS 1,2,3,4,5, grades, everyone must be obliged to obtain BIS certification, it will be a futile exercise.
Moreover obtaining such certification is a cost so small manufacturers or industries may not like to pay the fees, or obliged to seek certification.
It should also done most objectively, keeping in mind the customers n not to be framed benefiting or securing benefits of manufacturers like FSSAI.
E.G. many products like good items are manufactured but they are allowed to print packing date. How packing date can be considered as manufacturing date?
So the very spirit of standardisation should get killed.
If all inputs are as per standards, the end product is bound to be perfect.N industries will also benefited by not having or minimum rejection of their