The main objective of the Bureau of Indian Standards is to ensure the best quality of products and service delivered to the customers are of best quality. The manufacturers need to adhere to the quality guidelines set by BIS which ensure the best quality of products and services.
The ISI mark certification is a short form for Indian Standard Institute which is former name for Bureau of Indian Standards. The main aim of the BIS is to keep a check on the activities of the manufacturing companies that provide consumer and industrial goods. The BIS makes sure that all the procedure essential or the quality assurance of the products are being followed and there is no chance of any defects and quality flaws in the products that are delivered to the customers. The ISI mark certification is affixed on a product after it has been thoroughly tested and approved by an NABL certified laboratory and approved by BIS. Once the laboratory gives approval to the quality of the products, the BIS gives the certification to the products and the products can be sold in the market with an ISI mark on it. The ISI mark is one of the most recognized and acclaimed sign of best quality in India and Indian subcontinent. The BIS keeps a check on the ISI certified companies whether they are following the guidelines of the certification or not. In addition to that, the manufacturers can also have many benefits from the certification such as increased sales and reduced rejections.
Procedure for ISI marking