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BIS-ISI Certificate for Indian Manufacture

BIS-ISI Certificate for Indian Manufacture


BIS-ISI Certificate for Indian Manufacture

Do you wish to get the ISI mark certification for your products? If so, then you have landed on the right destination where we will help you with every small procedure and requirement for ISI/BIS certification. Not to mention India has always been the most trusted and favorable destination for foreign as well as domestic manufacturers. Mainly because of globalization, as it unfolded the world economy for import-export, selling products in different countries, manufacturing, and many more. 

India, the fastest developing economy, has also invited many domestic and foreign companies to manufacture and sell products to consumers. There are many popular companies like Xiaomi, Foxconn, Samsung, and more that have already started manufacturing and others are in the discussion phase to invest hugely in manufacturing. 

But similar to other countries, India has also set some rules and standards so that consumers are able to receive trusted and quality assured products. You can never sell products directly to consumers without meeting the standards and compliances set by the Indian government. This is where the ISI mark scheme comes into the picture where manufacturers get product certification by the Bureau of Indian Standards. Today there are a total of 374 mandatory products that need ISI certification. 

Required Document

List of Documents Required for ISI (BIS) Certification are as under:
  • Basic information about the factory and product category
  • A copy of the test report generated by the internal laboratory within a month
  • Proof of the Manufacturing Unit's Address
  • Trade Mark Registration, if available
  • Certificate from concerned regulatory agencies for manufacturing
  • Drawing of the product
  • Installed Capacity at the Moment
  • Details of Raw Materials
  • Details of Machines
  • Layout plan of factory
  • Details of Manufacturing Process
  • The type of packaging
  • Information on Test Equipment
  • Details of quality control staff
  • Method of disposal of substandard product
  • Factory Organizational Chart
  • Location Map of Factory
  • Specific Requirements for Foreign Manufacturers

Costing & Renewal 

Standard Costing 

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Standard Timeline 

Indian manufacturers - 25 - 40 working days approx.

Registration Process

Process for Indian Manufacturer

Process of grant of licence is expected to be completed within 120 days, except for all India first case where it may take 180 days, from the date of receipt of the application provided the documentation, assessment of the unit and conformity of the product is established satisfactory at first instance during various stages.

Step 1: Customizing the Manufacturing Unit in accordance with the Applicable Indian Standard

  • Identifying the relevant Indian Standard
  • Establishing internal testing facilities in accordance with the Standard's requirements

Step 2  :  Filing of the Application Form

  • Arrange the Internal Test Report of product as per relevant IS
  • Compiling all required documents
  • Filling-up the Application Form online
  • Remittance of the application fees online directly to BIS
  • Submission of hard copies of Application Form along with all enclosures to the relevant Branch Office (BO) of BIS

Step 3  :  Remittance of Audit Fees & Travelling Expenses for Inspection

  • Pay the audit fees for inspection
  • Get the confirmation about BIS Inspection Team
  • Organize the Ticket, Lodging & Boarding for visiting team

Step 4  :  Factory visit

  • A visit will be made to the factory for assessment of the manufacturing infrastructure, production process, quality control and testing capabilities
  • Visiting team will pick the random sample(s) to be tested in BIS Approved Lab allocated by BIS office

Step 5  :  Organize the Lab Test Report (LTR)

  • Submit the sample drawn by visiting team to the allocated laboratory along with the testing fee

Step 6 : Closure of Non-Conformity (if any) and Remit the Official Fees

  • Rectify the process of Factory Unit, if inspection team points out
  • Submit the proof of rectification done by unit to close non-conformity (NC Closure), if any
  • Pay the annual marking fees (annual license fees) to BIS

Step 7 : Get the BIS (ISI) Certificate

  • The licence shall be granted after submission of evidence at step 4 to 6

Validity & Renewal

The initial duration of the licence to use the Standard Mark (ISI) shall be at least one year and a maximum of two years. Applications with the necessary fees and supporting documentation under the current licence may be submitted to extend the product variety covered by the licence.

By paying renewal costs and marking fees and providing a few supporting documents, a licence may be renewed for another five years.


As of now, There are following products which needs be registered with BIS and require BIS Registration to Manufacture/Import and sell the product in the INDIAN market. Click on below listed products for more information. Call us at +91-9560 935 898/+011-49872660 Contact or Email at for more details.

BIS Products


Only the following laboratories' test reports are approved by BIS:

  • Laboratories that BIS has created, is maintaining, or has approved for the product. Governmental facilities that the Bureau has appointed.
  • In house laboratory of manufacturer can not be considered as independent lab.

The Bureau may award a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) under Scheme-IV of Schedule II, BIS (Conformity Assessment) Regulations, 2018, for goods and articles (products) produced in accordance with the precise specifications provided in the pertinent Indian Standards.

For stampings, laminations, and transformer cores (with or without winding), CoC is required. The Indian Standards covered by CoC include IS 10613:2014, IS 16585:2016, IS 648:2006, and IS 3024:2015 (Grain Oriented Electrical Steel Sheet and Strip), Cold Rolled Non-Oriented Electrical Steel Sheet and Strip, and IS 16585:2016, Fe-based Amorphous Strip Delivered in the Semi-Processed State) (Retro-Reflective Devices for Bicycles).

The following steps are necessary to get a Certificate of Conformity (CoC):

Step 1: Customizing the Manufacturing Unit to the CoC's needs

  • Coils that have the ISI mark and a mill test certificate.
  • Building internal testing facilities in accordance with the criteria for obtaining a CoC.

Step 2: Submitting Your Application

  • Prepare the steel coils' internal test reports and MTC.
  • Assembling all necessary paperwork
  • Completing an application form
  • straight online payment of the application costs to BIS*
  • submitting paper copies of the application form and all supporting documentation to the appropriate BIS Branch Office (BO)

Examining the Application and Designating the Inspection Officer in Step 3

  • All of the information and papers submitted will be examined, and any deficiencies will be mentioned.
  • There will be a nomination of a BIS officer for Factory Inspection.

Step 4 : Remitting Audit Fees and Inspection Travel Expenses

  • Pay the inspection audit fees.
  • Obtain verification regarding BIS Inspection Officer
  • Organize the visiting officer's travel, accommodations, and meals (s)

Visit a factory in Step 5

  • A visit to the facility will be undertaken in order to evaluate the facilities for manufacture, the production process, quality control, testing capabilities, storage space, etc.
  • The inspection officer will choose the random sample(s) to be tested using the testing facilities that are available.

Step 7 : Closure of Non-Conformity The Head, Branch Office - BIS will assess the case and make a decision about the grant of a CoC. (if any)

  • If the inspection officer identifies a problem, correct the factory unit's procedure.
  • To close a non-conformity (NC closure), you must submit documentation of the unit's corrections. Payment should go into a BIS account.

Separate applications must be submitted for each product and each plant location in accordance with Indian Standards.

Within one month of the date the test result was issued, the tested samples must be returned. No claims will be considered once the lab reserves the right to discard the sample in accordance with its policy after one month.
Additionally, the sample could sustain entire or partial damage while being tested. Any claim in this regard will not be considered by Lab or Evtl India.

During the factory tour, the BIS team shall analyse and confirm the following:

  • Information on Calibration Certificates for Testing Equipment and Quality Control Personnel
  • Copies of the test certificates for the raw materials, where necessary, to confirm compliance with the necessary product standard requirements
  • Drawing of the product's and/or its components, as appropriate, as samples general state of cleanliness
  • product storage areas, testing laboratories, etc
  • Location Factory floor plan

A copy of the contract or consent letter from the outside laboratory for which subcontracting arrangements have been arranged for tests that are allowed to be outsourced and are not readily available from the manufacturer Inspection and Test

  • Plan proposed to be followed
  • Subjective requirements like – workmanship, visual characteristics, surface defects, description, taste, flavor etc. shall be checked in the factory
  • In case of bulkier products, the dimensional measurements and other tests, for which complete product cannot be drawn and sent for third party testing (i.e. steel plates, sheets, steel pipes etc.) shall be carried out during factory testing
  • If, during the factory testing, any non-conformity is observed, no sample shall be drawn for testing in Third Party Laboratory. The applicant may be advised to carry out improvement, which will be verified through another inspection and factory testing

The BIS awards the ISI Mark following a successful evaluation of a manufacturer's manufacturing infrastructure, production process, quality control, and internal testing capabilities. These are discovered by going visiting the manufacturing facility. Testing in an independent laboratory, testing on-site at the producer, or a combination of the two is another way to determine whether a product complies with the pertinent Indian Standard(s).

For ISI Mark Certification, Indian manufacturers have two choices:

Choice 1

The process of granting a licence is anticipated to take 120 days from the date of application receipt to complete, with the exception of the first case involving all of India, which may take 180 days, assuming that the documentation, unit assessment, and product conformity are all initially determined to be satisfactory during various stages.

Step 1: Customizing the Manufacturing Unit in accordance with the Applicable Indian Standard

  • Identifying the relevant Indian Standard
  • Establishing internal testing facilities in accordance with the Standard's requirements.

Filling out the application form is step two.

  • Set up the product's internal test report in accordance with the relevant IS.
  • Assembling all necessary paperwork
  • Online application form completion
  • Straight online payment of the application costs to BIS
  • Submitting paper copies of the application form and all supporting documentation to the appropriate BIS Branch Office (BO)

Step 3: Remitting Audit Fees & Inspection Travel Expenses

  • Pay the inspection audit fees.
  • Obtain verification regarding BIS Inspection Team
  • Plan the team's travel, accommodations, and meals.

Step 4: A factory visit will be performed to evaluate the production process, manufacturing infrastructure, quality control, and testing capabilities.

  • The random sample(s) for testing in BIS will be chosen by the visiting team.

Step 5: Arrange the Lab Test Report after the BIS office has approved the lab (LTR)

  • Submit the sample taken by the visiting team along with the testing cost to the designated laboratory.

Step 6: Complete any remaining non-conformities and pay the required fees

  • If the inspection team notes something, correct the Factory Unit's process.
  • Send the unit's documentation of any corrections made in order to close any non-conformities (NC Closure).
  • Pay BIS the yearly marking fees (annual licencing payment’s)

Get the BIS (ISI) Certificate in Step 7.

  • After documentation is submitted at steps 4 through 6, the licence will be issued Option 2

If the factory visit goes well and the sample is determined to be in compliance with the applicable Indian Standard(s) at the outset, the licence grant process is anticipated to be finished within 30 days of the application's receipt.

Step 1: Customizing the Manufacturing Unit in accordance with the Applicable Indian Standard

  • Identifying the relevant Indian Standard
  • establishing internal testing facilities in accordance with the Standard's requirements

Step 2 : Sample Testing

  • Set up the necessary certificate for the raw material (MTC)
  • Test the product sample at a BIS-approved testing facility.

Step 8: Resolving the Inconsistency (if any)

  • If the inspection team notes something, correct the Factory Unit's process.
  • Provide evidence of any rectifications made by the unit to close any non-conformities (NC closure).

Note: The licence must be suspended right away in the event that any samples taken during the factory visit under Option 2 are not in compliance. The licensee must make the necessary corrections, advise the Bureau of them, and indicate that they are prepared to provide new samples that have been produced as a result of those corrections. In these situations, only conforming Testing Reports of the fresh samples from a BIS Recognized Testing Laboratory will be taken into consideration for the revocation of suspension.

If a new sample taken by the Bureau for the purpose of considering lifting the suspension reveals non-conformity in laboratory testing, or if the licensee fails to provide updated samples or provide notice of corrective actions within 30 days of the date of the suspension, the licence will be processed for cancellation.


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