BIS ISI Certification Services

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The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is the National Certification body of India that issues BIS licenses to the manufacturers and importers for various products comes under BIS voluntary or mandatory certification schemes. BIS certification is a third-party assurance of the product's quality, the consumer's security, and the trustworthiness of BIS. The government of India established the Bureau of Indian Standards under the BIS Act, 1986, under the supervision of the Indian Ministry of Consumer Protection, Food, and Public Distribution.

BIS certification is a process of certifying that a product conforms to a certain Indian standard and is therefore considered safe for use in the Indian market. BIS certification is mandatory for certain products listed in mandatory Product Certification Scheme of BIS, to be sold in India. Obtaining BIS certification requires passing various tests and inspections to ensure the product meets the relevant Indian standards.

AN Global Services is an established ISI certification service provider for both Indian and international manufacturers. We help manage any process required to obtain ISI Certification for products included in the mandatory list or other optional products for which Indian Standard is eligible.

ISI stands for - Indian Standards Institute, ISI is the certificate scheme under BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) which approves that a product withstands the BIS standards which guarantees safety.

ISI certificate allows manufacturers to use the standards mark, i.e., ISI Mark. Since 1955, the ISI mark is the standards compliance mark for industrial goods. This mark ensures that the product has abide by the Indian Standards which are laid by the Bureau of Indian Standards (national standards body in India which confirms that the product is secure and credible).

Several electrical appliances require mandatory ISI marks, such as Electric Iron, Room Heaters, Room AC, Electric Stoves, Freezers, Electric cables, and other products like UPVC Pipes, Rubber & Leather Footwears, Composite Cements, various acids, etc.

More than 346 products come under the ISI certificate, which requires an ISI certificate mandatorily, without ISI certificate the manufacturer won't be able to manufacture and sell products in India.

BIS is authorized body to provide the ISI mark through proper inspection, evaluation, documentation, etc. This process ensures that a manufacturer has been following the standards and instructions laid by the BIS.


Market Access

A certified product provides a wider market because it implies better quality along with conformity of following safety standards and consumer security. A product with an ISI mark would be more trustworthy and credible, hence, would be in great demand as compared to the uncertified product. This will provide you wider market access.

Provides Competitive Advantage

As mentioned, ISI certified product signifies the exemplary quality of the product, which provides the manufacturer a competitive edge. Because a consumer always prefers a certified product. However, an uncertified product can get magnificent sales overnight, yet, it lacks quality, unlike certified products. Still, an uncertified product fails to satisfy the consumer, this will eventually affect your revenue. On the contrary, an ISI-certified product provides you an edge over your competitors by ensuring a high-quality product. Hence, it could result in high revenue.

Market Advantages

Having the ISI certificate will provide a market advantage over uncertified products like the uninterrupted and unchallenging production of products. Not only that, but the ISI certificate also verifies that your products have been manufactured by following proper standards, which ensure safety.

Legal Benefit

ISI certification offers legal advantages to a manufacturer such as it allows the manufacturer to produce the goods which fall under the mandatory list. Above all, it prevents you from legal issues such as debarment, fine, or both, which manufacturers could have to face if they fail to acquire the ISI certificate for the mandatory product.


  • The legal identity of the establishment (GST certificate, Partnership Deed, Certificate of Incorporation, etc).
  • Flow-chart process including all the manufacturing process, information regarding in-process control of each stage, including outsourced stages.
  • If applicable, submit the product or component drawing.
  • In-house testing report.
  • list including information of raw materials used and a replica of test certificates of raw materials.
  • A layout plan indicating the location of considerable manufacturing machinery or laboratory.
  • Details of manufacturing machinery.
  • Documents of a brand trademark.
  • List of quality testing persons & Copies of Certificates of Qualification of Quality Control Personnel.
  • Factory location plan from nearby railway station or airport or landmark and guidance regarding how to reach the BIS office.
  • List of test equipment.
  • Undertaking or Declaration will be provided by us.


  • Step1 : Organize the Lab Test Report (LTR) by BIS
  • Step2 : Filling of Application
  • Step3 : Preparation of Manual
  • Step4 : Documentations
  • Step5 : Inspections by the Department
  • Step6 : Submission of test report & Request for Inspection
  • Step7 : Closure of Non-Conformity (if any)
  • Step8 : Get the ISI Marking/Registration


Normal Procedure (takes 60 - 65 days)

The following steps will take place under normal procedure:

  1. First, the applying party has to prepare for the BIS Certificate requirements, especially setting in-house labs and preparing products as per Indian Standards with other required documents.
  2. Afterward, the BIS official will conduct an inspection process of products along with the factory/industry.
  3. Once the inspection gets completed, the sealed samples of the goods are further sent for testing at the BIS approved laboratories.
  4. If the product passes all the test parameters, then only it gets approved from the BIS, and the authority issues the BIS certificate for Indian Manufacturers in 60 to 65 days from the submission of the application.


Simplified Procedure(takes 35 40 days)

This procedure of BIS Certification is much faster than compared to the regular procedure.Initially, the applying party submits the report of the samples already tested and approved by BIS as per Indian Standard.

  1. Initially, the applying party submits the report of the samples already tested and approved by BIS as per Indian Standard.
  2. Afterward, the applicant has to submit an BIS online registration application and BIS Certification Cost along with other required sets of documents.
  3. During scrutiny of application documents, the BIS official will conduct an inspection process of products along with the factory/industry.
  4. Once the inspection gets completed, the sealed samples of the goods are further sent for testing at the BIS approved laboratories.
  5. Then, if verified and approved according to the commended standards, the certificate is granted by the BIS within 35 to 40 days of application.

List of Products Under BIS ISI MARK Certification