ISI mark is a certification mark for industrial products in India. The mark certifies that a product conforms to the Indian Standard, mentioned as IS: xxxx on top of the mark, developed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), the national standards body of India
The ISI, short for Indian Standards Institute, is a certification mark that is found in many Indian products. The ISI standards have been created by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), formerly known as the Indian Standards Institute. This mark ensures that the product conforms the standards set forth by the BIS for sale. According to The Bureau Of Indian Standards Act, 1986, BIS is the National Standards Body of India working under the aegis of Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Government of India. The act was put into effect on 23 December 1986.
BIS was founded to ensure uniformity in processes and quality of goods. Prior to this many people would establish any process to create a product or a service and would sell it for a price. While some created high-quality products, others would create low-quality products and sell it for the same price. The customer would have to pay because a company wanted a higher profit margin. The BIS ensures that if the product or the service has an ISI mark, then it is approved by the BIS is a high-quality product. The ISI mark is a mandatory mark for certain products to be sold in India, even if they are imported. These products include electrical appliances, (such as switches, electric motors, wiring cables, heaters, kitchen appliances, etc.), cement, LPG valves, cylinders, automotive tires, etc. In other cases, the ISI mark is voluntary. There has also been an issue in India regarding fake and counterfeit marks being placed on products that are actually not acquired by the institute.
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