Standards for online reviews

I see some polls being conducted about reviews and ratings in the circles. Lot of people get duped with biased reviews and ratings book hotels buy products and services

I believe an urgent need is there right now to set standards for reviews and ratings.

Will folks at BIS take lead. They seem quite slow so far in acting more  

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Rules are there but implementation is very poor. more  
Sir, whichever ways BIS standard is evluating etables ; if those standards are followed even to 90% then Food serving outlets as you call Road side stall ( which is being encourage by certain high level also) , small eateries, hotels, restaraunts, as well as paulsh restaurant and hotel all serve poor quality of food to all customers without bothering existing BIS . So what any addition or deletion in BIS will do. Unless Inspectors implement norms rigidly. more  
https://www.quora.com/On-what-basis-is-the-star-rating-given-to-the-hotels-in-India. This is the official website explaining how the hotels are rated. In fact worldwide the ratings are given by a team of people who are sponsored by the tyre maker Michelin. How is that? more  
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On Sat, 14 Sep 2019 at 3:01 AM, Sarita Ravichandran <
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BIS role is very much needed for book hotels buy products and services , which will help people to trust rating and review. more  
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