Standards for courier services

Can the bureau of indian standards please create standards for courier services. People are sending important documents like passport aadhaar etc and once they are lost by these companies, they just wash away their hands.

For many of them their logistics centers are dirty messy and highly manual operations.

Time for standardization pls more  

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I also use only Postal Department services. more  
So long as important documents are concerned to be delivered one place to another, registered and branded courier may be taken for granted like blue dart, DHL, FEDEX etc. because there is rare chance of misplacement. more  
With the inefficiency of Postal Deptt,there has been increase in private courier services.And they are quiet efficient although little more costlier.Another thing is they are available in every nook and corner of the city,whereas Post Offices are quiet far off.Courier companies can work from a small room in local market,where as postal dept will require a huge space and that will be very costly affair. more  
I am of the opinion that the postal services are much more reliable, maybe because they are less loaded, but it works for me. I have stopped using private courier services after I had three bad experiences in Jalandhar, Punjab. more  
Some new evolution would come. Like Post office to couriers, like autorickshaw to uber n ola. People will think n new inventions will come. Necessity is the father of inventions. Let us hope for the best. more  
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