What is ISI Mark?
The ISI mark is a standards-compliance mark for industrial products in India since 1955. The mark certifies that a product conforms to an Indian standard (IS) developed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), the national standards body of India. The ISI Mark is by far the most recognized certification mark in the Indian subcontinent.
The ISI mark is mandatory for certain products to be sold in India, such as many of the electrical appliances like switches, electric motors, wiring cables, heaters, kitchen appliances, etc., and other products like Portland cement, LPG valves, LPG cylinders, automotive tires, etc. In the case of most other products, ISI marks are optional.
Why this License is Required?
Registration of the mark is mandatory for the manufacturer of products or goods. A product having ISI ensures that the product is safe to use. The mark gives assurance to the customer that the product is of good quality. However, ISI helps to maintain a good relationship between the manufacturer and the customer.
Who can get ISI Mark License?
Household electrical goods
Food and related products
Oil pressure stoves
Cylinders, Valves and Regulators
Document Required for ISI Mark License
Role of Shamkris and Process of ISI Mark License
Shamkris adopts a results-oriented approach to compliance with mandatory licence requirements in the organization. A simple and guidance methodology help organisation to achieve licence in a timely manner and cost-effective. Shamkris support 100% in advisory, Guidance, Compliance with respect to license requirements to obtain approval.
The License process described below:
Advisory for the document required
Preparation of documents as per application & list of documents.
Inspection by the department if required
Yearly Compliance if Applicable
Renewal when due
Who can issue the ISI Mark License?
The ISI mark is a standards-compliance mark for industrial products in India since 1955. The ISI is an initialism of Indian Standards Institution, the name of the national standards body until 1 January 1987, when it was renamed to the Bureau of Indian Standards.
We have all heard of products proudly proclaiming their ISI mark. ISI stands for the Indian Standards Institute, a body set up when India gained Independence to create standards needed for orderly commercial growth and maintaining quality in industrial production.
The mark certifies that a product conforms to an Indian standard (IS) developed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), the national standards body of India. The ISI mark is by far the most recognised certification mark in the Indian subcontinent.