NEW DELHI :
The authorities will maintain a workshop on Wednesday looking for to ease the compliance process for acquiring high quality certificates from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
The workshop on ‘Easing Compliance for Certifications’ is being organised on March 3 collectively by the Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, together with the Department of Consumer Affairs and Bureau of Indian Standards, an official assertion mentioned.
Piyush Goyal, Union Minister for Consumer Affairs & Food and Public Distribution, Railways and Commerce and Industry will tackle the workshop.
“With an goal to promote Ease of Doing Business, the federal government goes to facilitate simplification of the process of compliances which can be required to be accomplished for acquiring certification at BIS,” it added.
This workshop will facilitate nearer interplay between varied sectors of business and the apex nationwide requirements physique.
The workshop, which is being held at BIS headquarters, will deal with varied points of requirements formulations, conformity evaluation processes and necessities of testing.
“Workshop can even deal with making Indian Standards attain international requirements in all spheres in order to be sure that ‘Make in India’ mission achieves its aims,” the assertion mentioned.
The interplay is aimed toward understanding the issues being confronted by the industries, significantly the MSMEs (Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises), startups and small enterprises and take their strategies for constructing a robust system that encourages and facilitates higher adoption of Indian requirements throughout services and products.
The focus of the Department of Consumer Affairs is to guarantee high quality and amount of merchandise, processes and providers to the customers by means of the BIS Act, 2016 and Legal Metrology act, 2009.
Through the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 the target is to allow customers to really feel safe and empowered to make knowledgeable decisions; guarantee honest, equitable and constant outcomes for customers; and facilitate well timed and efficient grievance redressal.