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Bureau of Indian Standards
New Delhi
INDIA
www.bis.org.in
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ÚTo safeguard health and safety, Government of India
promulgates regulatory requirements for manufacture
and sale of goods and services, including those imported

ÚRegulations are stipulated through Various Acts/ Rules &


Regulations by different Ministries under Government of
India

ÚEnactment of Acts, Rules & Regulations is done taking


cognizance of the relevant WTO Agreements
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Regulatory measures should be minimum required
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ÚRegulatory measures should have minimum compliance


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Ú Regulatory measures should benefit society

ÚRegulatory measures should comply with the laws of the


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SOME ACTS/ REGULATIONS/      
CONTROL ORDERS TO REGULATE
TRADE IN INDIA

Vrugs & Cosmetics Rules


è Ministry of Health & Family
Welfare
Textiles Regulation 1988
è Ministry of Textiles

èExport (Quality Control and Export Inspection Council of


Inspection) Act, 1963 India
Indian Explosives Act,1884
è Chief Controller of Explosives
Mines Act
è Virectorate General of Mines
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ACTS/ REGULATIONS/ CONTROL PRODUCTS
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To regulate trade
through Mandatory Certification by
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è Standards formulated by BIS are


primarily, voluntary in nature

è Through various Acts/ Regulations, out


of the more than 18 000 standards
formulated so far, only 68 standards
are subject to Mandatory Certification
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Ú Accepted Code of Good Practice of TBT Agreement
Ú International standards/ their relevant parts are
used in standards setting
Ú However in case of fundamental technical/
geographical/ climatic problems, standards are set
as per national requirements
Ú As NSB BIS takes full part in the development of
International Standards, relevant to the national
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Ú All standards are widely circulated at draft stage
Ú Period of comments is generally not less than 3
months,
Ú For urgent reasons pertaining to safety, health or
environment, period can be reduced
Ú Vrafts documents are hosted on BIS website for
public comments
Ú All comments are duly considered by the
appropriate authorities
Ú Programme of Work is published and also hosted on
BIS website and is periodically updated
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X INVIAN STANVARVS PUBLISHEV - 18315

X CORRESPONVING ISO/IEC STANVARVS - 5821


X STANVARVS HARMONIZEV WITH ISO/IEC
STANVARVS
(About 76%) - 4449

X VIVISIONAL COUNCILS 14
X TECHNICAL COMMITTEES 301
X TECHNICAL EXPERTS 11750
(Sec. Com+ Sub Com+ Panel)
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Ú Operating under an Act of Indian Parliament (BIS Act


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Ú Offers third party assurance

Ú Based on well defined scheme of testing and


inspection

Ú Ensuring adequacy of in-


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Testing Laboratories
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è Other Labs

Accreditation under National Laboratory Accreditation


Scheme according to ISO/IEC 17025

Traceability to APLAC/ILAC.
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Based on Type 5 of ISO Guide 28 which includes:

Ú Type testing and assessment of factory quality control


and its acceptance followed by

Ú Surveillance that takes into account audit of factory


quality control, and

Ú Testing of samples both from factory and open market


CERTIFICATION SCHEME FOR
FOREIGN MANUFACTURERS

Ë Scheme for Foreign Manufacturers

è 93 licences granted in 16 countries such as France,


UAE, South Korea, Nepal, Switzerland, Thailand
Bhutan, China,etc.
China,etc.

è Products certified include Packaged Vrinking Water,


Cement, Wood Products, Steel Products, Milk
Products, Clinical Thermometers, Energy Meters,
Electrical Appliances & Switchgear items etc.
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Criteria for notification includes assessment of:

X whether international standard exists or technical content


differs from international standards

X impact of regulation on trade

X whether regulation deals with technical requirements or SPS


measures for a product/group of products (relevance under the
TBT and SPS Agreements)

Various sources that are consulted:


X TBT Agreement, and relevant Committee recommendations and
decisions

X regulatory agency responsible for the regulation



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Ú Initiated by regulator of proposed legislations

Ú Complete notification format by the Regulatory Body in


consultation with Ministry of Commerce

Ú Clear and descriptive outline of the regulatory proposal

Ú Give adequate time to comment on the proposal

Ú Reasonable time for adoption of measure

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Ú Prepared notifications are sent to WTO Central Registry of
Notifications (CRN) by National Notification Authority
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BIS has signed MOUs with 15 countries with a view to

Ë Enhance cooperation in standardisation & conformity


assessment

Ë Facilitate sharing of expertise and mutual trade

MRA with SRILANKA :

Ë Trade Facilitation
     
 
INVO US Portal is a commitment by BIS & ANSI to:

Ë Provide common platform for required transparency

Ë Facilitate sharing of information on trade issues

Ë Provide mutual support at international fora

Ë Facilitate harmonisation of Standards & Conformity


Assessment Procedures through increased
transparency
       
  
Establishment of SARSO (South Asian Regional Standards
Association)

Objectives:

Ë Coordination & Cooperation between SAARC countries in


standards & Conformity Assessment

Ë Vevelop harmonised standards

Ë Facilitate intra regional trade

Ë Promote MRAs on conformity assessment


THANK YOU