Product Certification Scheme (ISI Mark) for Domestic Manufacturers

First Stage: BIS will scrutinize the application and queries,if any, will be communicated by email. Once queries are satisfactorily met and application is complete, it will be recorded.

Second Stage: Preliminary inspection of the unit is carried out on a allotted date after of recording of application. Licence to use the Standard Mark on a product is granted only after BIS has ensured the capability of the manufacturer to manufacture the product in conformity to the relevant Indian Standard, on a continuous basis. This is ensured through preliminary factory evaluation to ascertain the capability of the manufacturer to produce goods according to the relevant Indian Standard especially with respect to raw materials, process of manufacture, manufacturing capability and quality control facilities including testing equipment and supervisory staff. Samples are tested in the factory. Simultaneously, samples are also drawn for testing in the independent laboratories for assessing conformity to the relevant standard.Samples of products are tested as per Indian Standard in BIS approved laboratories specified for the products.

Third Stage: Case would be processed for grant of licence after receipt of satisfactory inspection report & independent test report(s) conforming to applicable Indian Standard(s). Applicant would be required to pay licence fee; advance minimum marking fee and any other outstanding dues, before grant of BIS licence.

Fourth Stage: The initial validity period of the licence is one year. Licence can be renewed for further period of one/two years, subject to satisfactory operation of licence as observed during periodic inspections, factory & independent testing of samples drawn from factory and market.

Fifth Stage: The manufacturer is required to agree to operate a well defined scheme of testing and inspection as approved by BIS from time to time, which inter alia prescribes the specific tests and the frequency for conducting them. The manufacturer also has to agree to pay the charges fixed by BIS for the product. Licence is granted only after the manufacturer agrees to these conditions and if the factory inspection and test reports are found to be satisfactory.

For more details contact us:   Mail: info@alephindia.in or Call: +91-7503304082

First Stage: The simplified procedure has been introduced with a view to reduce the time taken for grant of licence after submission of application. Firstly the applicants has be get their products tested from the BIS approved laboratory and the BIS laboratory will issue the complete test report as per the Indian Standard.

Second Stage: In this procedure, the applicant is required to submit test report(s) from laboratory, along with the application. BIS will scrutinize the application and queries, if any, will be communicated by email. Once queries are satisfactorily met and application is complete, it will be recorded.

Third Stage: Preliminary inspection of the unit is carried out on a allotted date after of recording of application. Licence to use the Standard Mark on a product is granted only after BIS has ensured the capability of the manufacturer to manufacture the product in conformity to the relevant Indian Standard, on a continuous basis. This is ensured through preliminary factory evaluation to ascertain the capability of the manufacturer to produce goods according to the relevant Indian Standard especially with respect to raw materials, process of manufacture, manufacturing capability and quality control facilities including testing equipment and supervisory staff. Samples are tested in the factory. Simultaneously, samples are also drawn for testing in the independent laboratories for assessing conformity to the relevant standard.Samples of products are tested as per Indian Standard in BIS approved laboratories specified for the products.

Fourth Stage: Case would be processed for grant of licence after receipt of satisfactory inspection report. Applicant would be required to pay licence fee; advance minimum marking fee and any other outstanding dues, before grant of BIS licence. Sample(s) is (are) drawn during the verification visit for independent testing, but the conformity of this sample does not form a pre-condition for grant of licence.

Fifth Stage: The initial validity period of the licence is one year. Licence can be renewed for further period of one/two years, subject to satisfactory operation of licence as observed during periodic inspections, factory & independent testing of samples drawn from factory and market. The manufacturer is required to agree to operate a well defined scheme of testing and inspection as approved by BIS from time to time, which inter alia prescribes the specific tests and the frequency for conducting them. The manufacturer also has to agree to pay the charges fixed by BIS for the product. Licence is granted only after the manufacturer agrees to these conditions and if the factory inspection and test reports are found to be satisfactory.

For more details contact us:   Mail: info@alephindia.in or Call: +91-7503304082

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