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Frequently Asked Questions


There are two options available for obtaining BIS product certification licence under Scheme – I. For details,
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To search Indian Standards for a product, please type the product name in the link   Click here.

The application fee, renewal application fee and annual licence fee is ₹ 1,000 each and the visit charges are ₹ 7,000 per manday. The marking fee for each product is specified individually in the BIS (Conformity Assessment) Regulations, 2018. For product specific marking fee, Click here.

BIS accepts application for product certification in online mode only(including all payments). To submit your application, Click here

The test reports issued by the laboratories established,maintained or recognised by BIS or Government laboratories empaneled by BIS for the particular product are acceptable. For details,    Click here    

Average time taken for grant of licence under option 2 is generally one month and under option 1 four months from the date of receipt of complete application and its recording. It may vary for reasons like delay in response to queries raised, if any; organizing inspection(s); sample deposition and fee dues, etc.

No, separate application for each product/ISS is to be submitted for each factory location.

No, separate application for each product/ISS is to be submitted for each factory location.

Products are brought under compulsory certification by the Central Government as per the provision of BIS Act, 2016 or other Acts. To see the list of products under compulsory certification,  Click here

BIS certification under Scheme-I may be granted initially upto two years which is valid only for the varieties mentioned in the licence. For extension of validity and varieties covered in licence, application with requisite fee and documents under the existing licence is required to be submitted. Licence may renewed upto five years from the last of the validity.

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