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Delve into BIS Certification for India: Compulsory Registration Scheme (CRS)

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Aman Sharma, Raymond Zhu
Tuesday , 23rd Apr 2024
Background

The Compulsory Registration Scheme operates under Scheme - II of the BIS (Conformity Assessment) Regulations, 2018. Within this scheme, Compulsory Registration Orders (CROs) issued by the Indian government typically encompass a diverse array of products, ranging from electrical appliances and electronic goods to automotive textiles, chemicals, photovoltaic products, and more.

In accordance with the order, it is prohibited for any individual to manufacture, store for sale, import, sell, or distribute goods that fail to adhere to the specified Indian standard outlined in the order. Manufacturers of these products must seek registration from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) after having their products tested by laboratories recognized by BIS.

This webinar will provide an overview of CRS Scheme, detailing its scope, obligations, and the regulatory pathway for obtaining the Registration Certificate from the BIS department.

Contents

● Overview of Compulsory Registration Scheme of BIS

● Scope of BIS CRS scheme

● Obligation under CRS

● Labelling and Marking

Schedule
Date Time (GMT+8) World Clock Language
2024-04-23 10:00 ~ 11:00 Beijing: 10:00-11:00 Chinese
2024-04-23 21:00 ~ 22:00 London: 14:00-15:00 New York: 9:00-10:00 English
* Same content in different sessions to facilitate the attendance of audiences from different time zones.
Contact Information

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Speaker
  • Global Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    Mr. Aman Sharma specializes in providing BIS license services to international clients, focusing on regulatory solutions for schemes such as the Foreign Manufacture Certification Scheme (FMCS) and the Compulsory Registration Scheme of Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) India. Additionally, he possesses extensive expertise in various Indian regulatory frameworks, including Hazardous Chemical Regulation (MSIHC), Agrochemicals (Insecticide Act), Cosmetics (Cosmetic Rules, 2020), and Import and Export procedures. With a wealth of knowledge in chemical regulations, he has a proven track record of handling compliance matters and delivering valuable solutions to numerous domestic and international corporations.
  • Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    Mr. Zhu earned his Master's decree in Polymer Science from the University of Akron. He is specialized in biomaterial and has several years’ experience in designing class 3 medical device. Now, he is focusing on China new chemicals registration.