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BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
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Website : www.bis.org.in E-mail: info@bis.org.in
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THE DIRECTORATE GENERAL (as on 31 March 2007)
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C O N T E N T S
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OVERVIEW
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) came into existence,
through an Act of Parliament dated 26 November 1986,
on 1 April 1987, with a broadened scope and more powers
taking over the staff, assets, liabilities and functions of
erstwhile Indian Standards Institution (ISI). Through this
change over, the Government envisaged building a climate
for quality culture and consciousness and greater
parti ci pati on of consumers i n formul ati on and
implementation of National Standards.
The Bureau is a Body Corporate consisting of 25 members
representing both Central and State governments,
Members of Parliament, industry, scientific and research
institutions, consumer organizations and professional
bodies with Union Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and
Public Distribution as its President and with Minister of
State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
as its Vice-President.
The structure of BIS is given on the inside back cover
page.
Organizational Network
With BIS Headquarters at New Delhi, a network of 5
Regional Offices at Kolkata (Eastern), Chennai (Southern),
Mumbai (Western), Chandigarh (Northern) and Delhi
(Central) and Branch Offices at Ahmedabad, Bangalore,
Bhubaneshwar, Bhopal , Coi mbatore, Fari dabad,
Ghaziabad, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kanpur,
Lucknow, Nagpur, Parwanoo, Patna, Pune, Rajkot,
Thiruvananthapuram and Vishakhapatnam (depicted on
the back cover page) serve as effective links between State
Governments, industries, technical institutions, consumer
organizations, etc of the region.
Activities
The activities of BIS can be broadly grouped under the
following heads:
a) Standards Formulation
b) Certification : Product/Systems
c) Laboratory Services
d) Sales of Indian Standards/ other publications
e) International Activities
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g) Promotional Activities
h) Training Services
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j) Financial, Resources – Mobilization and Utilization etc
Bureau of Indian Standards has maintained the thrust and
dynamism in the changing global scenario and exhibited
an all round progress during the year 2006-07. It recorded
a total income of Rs 1453.23 million and a growth of over
19.12 percent over the income in the previous year. For
the eighteenth consecutive year, BIS met its recurring and
non-plan expenditure from its own resources.
The highlights of achievements during 2006-07 are:
Formulation of 327 national standards covering wide
range of subjects. Some important standards of public
interest are on Single capped Fluorescent Lamps;
Testing Evaluation, Installation and Maintenance of
AC Electricity Meters – Code of Practice; Household
Frost-free Refrigerating Appliances – Refrigerators
Cooled by Internal Forced Air Circulation and Test
Methods – Speci fi cati on; Fol l ow-up Formul a
Complementary Foods; Textiles – Resistance to
Ignition of Upholstered Composites Used for Non-
Domestic Furniture; Occupational Health and Safety
Management Systems – Requi rements wi th
Guidance for Use; High Visibility Warning Clothes;
Informati on and Documentati on Internati onal
Standard Book Number (ISBN); Summary of Indian
Standards for Building Material. The total number of
standards in force as on 31 March 2007 were 18 315.
4 449 Indian standards have been harmonized with
International Standards so far. Considering number
of standards where correspondi ng ISO/IEC
Standards exist, about 74 percent standards are
harmonized.
2 468 Product Certification licences have been
granted. The total number of operative licences as
on 31 March 2007 were 19 286 (excl udi ng
Hallmarking).
During the year, 24 products were covered for the
first time under the certification scheme. These
products are Mustard and Rape Seed Oil Cake as
Livestock Feed Ingredient; Horizontal Centrifugal
Self-Priming Pumps; Dust Tight Ignition Proof
Enclosures of Electrical Equipment; Antistripping
Agents (Amine type); Hexagon Socket Head Cap
Screw; Wall Clocks (Battery Operated); Bamboo
Mat Board for General Purpose; Containers for
Packaging of Natural Mineral Water and Packaged
Drinking Water; Multipurpose Aqueous Film Forming
Foam Liquid Concentrate for Extinguishing Hydro
Carbon and Polar Solvent Fires; Imidacloprid 17.8
percent SL; Polyethylene/Aluminium/Polyethylene
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Composite Pressure Pipes for Hot and Cold Water
Supplies; Luminaries: Flood Lights; Double Ended
Ring Wrenches (Spanners); Cranked; Table Wine;
Phosphate Solubilizing Bacterial Inoculants;
Adhesive for Use with Ceramic Tiles and Mosaics;
Edible Groundnut Flour (Expeller Pressed); Vertical
Turbine Mixed and Axial Flow for Clear Cold Water;
Compression Type Tubular in Line Connectors for
Aluminum Conductors of Insulated Cables; Black
Tea; Horizontal Centrifugal Pumps for Clear Cold
Water; Glyceryl Monostearate, Food Grade;
Azospirillum Inoculants; Household Zig-zag Sewing
Machine.
Simplified Hallmarking scheme for Gold/Silver
jewellery has resulted in an increase of number of
licences to 3 466 as on 31 March 2007. A referral
Laboratory for Gold assaying is under development
at Southern Regional Laboratory, Chennai.
74 Quality Management System certification licences,
20 Environmental Management Systems certification
licences and 9 Occupational Health and Safety
Management Systems certification licences were
granted.
212 enforcement raids were carried out all over India
on firms misusing the BIS Standard Mark and 36
convictions took place.
Number of Test Reports issued by BIS Laboratories
was 26 945.
Fulfillment of obligations by BIS as a member of
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Council for the 2006-07 term. ISO Council is the
highest governing body of ISO.
Holding of the thirty-ninth International Training
Programme on Standardi zati on and Qual i ty
Assurance for developing countries, and the third
International Training Programme on Management
Systems for developing countries.
Celebration of World Standards Day on 13 October
2006 to commemorate the establishment of the
International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Celebration of Hindi Pakhwara during 1st to 15th
September 2006 where a lot of different competitions
in Hindi were organized.
Observance of the 'Vigilance Awareness Week'
during 6th to 10th November 2006.
As on 31 March 2007, a total of 1 833 persons were
on roll in BIS.
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The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) as the National
Standards Body of India has been successfully promoting and
nurturing the standardization movement in the country since
1947. BIS has initiated several steps towards enhancing the
efficiency of its operations and upgrading of services.
The Executive Committee had three meetings during the
year to advise BIS in implementation of new policy/directives
while the financial committee met two times during the year.
The important initiatives were taken in the following areas
during the year:
1. Formulation of 29 standards on Natural Gas Pipeline
System for transmission of gas covering 14 areas.
2. Preparing for Mandatory Hallmarking certification
scheme in a phased manner.
3. Simplification of Grant of Licence procedure.
4. Outsourcing of inspections under Product certification
and Enforcement activities.
5. Launching certification for IS 15700 : 2005 -
Requirements for Service Quality by Public Service
Organizations and for IS/ISO 22000 Food Safety
Management Systems Standard.
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STANDARDS
STANDARDS FOURMULATION
For formulation of standards, BIS functions through the
Committee mechanism in terms of Sectional Committees,
Subcommittees and Panels set up for dealing with specific
group of subj ects under
respective Division Councils. The
Secti onal Commi ttees,
Subcommi ttees and Panel s
comprise of representatives from
the i ndustry, government,
research and devel opment
organizations, consumer and
individual experts.
A proposal for formulation of
Indi an Standard(s) can be
submitted by any stakeholder
including Ministries of the Central
Government, State Governments,
Union Territory Administrations,
Individual Consumer or Consumer
Organizations, Industrial Unit, etc.
The proposal when approved by
the concerned Division Council is forwarded to an
appropriate Sectional Committee for formulation of Indian
Standard(s).
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Standards are made by
14 Techni cal Di vi si on
Councils pertaining to
specific fields. To take
stock of standards
formul ati on acti vi ty,
Division Councils of Civil
Engineering, Chemical,
E l e c t r o - t e c h n i c a l ,
Electronics & Information
Technology, Food and
Agriculture, Mechanical
Engineering, Metallurgical
Engineering, Production
and General Engineering,
Texti l e, Transport
Engineering and Water
Resources departments
met during the year. The meetings of 209 Sectional
Commi ttees, i n addi ti on to l arge number of
Subcommittees and Panels were also held to consider
draft standards and related technical documents in detail.
It is the policy of BIS to formulate standards on emerging
technologies and withdraw obsolete standards.
During 2006-07, BIS formulated 327 (new and revised)
standards, bringing the total number of standards in force
to 18 315 as on 31 March 2007(see Fig. 1).
Important Standards
Some of the important subjects on which new or revised
standards were formulated during the year are listed
below:
IS 15732 (Parts 1, 3 & 4) : 2006 Optics and Photonics
Medical Endoscopes and Endoscopic Devices – Indian
Standards on Medical endoscopes and endoscopic
devices have been formulated covering the determination
of field and direction of view and determination of
maximum width of insertion besides covering general
requirements. This standard is inline with the latest
technology of adopting surgery through a hole in place
of open surgery operation. This is important from the
point of view that since surgery is performed through a
hole, and hence consequentially with this, recovery of
the patient is faster as compared to open surgery
operations.
IS 13450 (Part 2/Sec 45) : 2006 Medical Electrical
Equipments – Particular Requirements for the Safety
of Mammography X-ray Equipments and
Mammography Stereo Tactic Devices – This standard
is on the particular requirements for the safety of
Mammographic X-ray equipments covering general safety
requi rements, el ectri cal safety requi rements and
radiographic safety requirements. With the publication of
this standard the manufacturer of Mammography X-ray
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equipments can adopt testing parameters for the safety
of patients and operators while manufacturing.
IS 15687 (Part 1) : 2006 Single Capped Fluorescent
Lamps – The lamps covered under this standard are single
capped fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes
having a single cap, for operation on external circuits with
either an internal or an external means of starting. This
standard covers safety requirements. It also specifies the
method - a manufacturer should use to show compliance
with the requirements of this standard on the basis of whole
production appraisal in association with the test records
on finished products. Besides conserving energy, the
standard would give a boost to Indian manufacturers to
upgrade their product compatible with those manufactured
in developed countries thereby creating an opportunity to
compete in the global market.
IS 15707 : 2006 Testing, Evaluation, Installation and
Maintenance of ac Electricity Meters – Code of Practice
– The Code of practice would provide guidance to various
service providers in metering industry responsible for
maintaining metrological and functional performance of
ac energy meters throughout the life of the meters covering
testing, calibration, installation and maintenance. Its aim
is also to establish a performance based good meter asset
management plan. It covers type approval, life certification,
verification, sealing and seal management, acceptance,
transportation, storage, installation and commissioning,
maintaining in-service with emphasis on in-service
compliance and meter test station practices. Accuracy of
meters on site conditions has also been covered.
IS 14581 : 2006 Guidelines for Formulation and
Operation of a Suggestion Scheme in an Organization
– A Suggestion Scheme is a management encouraged
scheme through which the employees can offer their ideas
voluntarily for rectification of deficiency, improvements
leading to better method of work and/or financial savings,
better work culture and environment. This standard
provides guidelines for the formulation and implementation
of a Suggestion Scheme in an organization. The main
emphasis of the Suggestion Scheme is how to motivate
employees and contribute to the management of change.
It basically aims to generate ideas from employees at all
levels in order to improve standardized procedures for
enhancing productivity, quality and cost reduction.
However, the success of such schemes depends on the
commitment of the top management.
SP 21 Summary of Indian Standards for Building
Materials (first revision) – This handbook gives a brief
summary of the contents of the Indian Standards on
building materials indicating such aspects as quality
requirements, dimensions, range of properties, limitations
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on use, etc; developed in order to assist professionals,
engineers, architects and others involved in building
construction activity in choosing the correct materials for
the purpose of design and estimation. The revised version
of this handbook provides the summaries of the latest
available Indian standards on building materials structured
in user friendly manner with suitable rearrangement of the
standards within each of the chapters that identify the
materials into various broad categories.
IS 15729 : 2007 Natural Gas Pressure Regulating and
Metering Terminal – Code of Practice – The
transportation and distribution of natural gas is a major
requirement in the current energy scenario. There was a
need for having a document embodying recommendation
to ensure reliability and continuity of supply at pressures
that are acceptable to and safe for the downstream pipeline
or di stri buti on system. Thi s Code covers the
commi ssi oni ng, safety aspects, operati on and
maintenance of natural gas pressure regulating and
metering terminal.
IS 15750 : 2006 Household Frost-Free Refrigerating
Appliances – Refrigerators Cooled by Internal Forced
Air Circulation – Characteristics and Test Methods –
Specification – Frost-free refrigerators are in vogue and
therefore a need was felt to have a standard in order to
protect the consumer interest. This standard specifies the
essential characteristics for household refrigerator and
refrigerator-freezer cooled by frost-free system and lays
down the methods of test for the checking of these
characteristics. The standard prescribes requirements
which are in line with ISO 15502 : 2005. In order to make
the appliances energy efficient, it specifies Minimum
Energy Performance Standards specified by Bureau of
Energy Efficiency.
IS 15757 : 2007 Follow-up Formula Complementary
Foods – Follow-up formula complementary foods is used
as a liquid part of the weaning diet for infants after the age
of six months up to the age of two years. Follow-up formula
complementary food is the product prepared by spray dried
milk of cows and buffaloes or a mixture thereof. The
standard prescribes in detail the quality of the ingredients
to be used for the manufacture of follow-up formula
complementary foods and also chemical requirements
which include minimum requirements for various vitamins
and minerals which are required for the development of
infants. The detailed microbiological specifications are also
a part of this standard which includes absence of coliform
bacteria and pathogens bacterial like staphylococcus
aureus, Salmonella and Shigella.
IS 11313 : 2006 Hydraulic Power Sprayers –
Specification (first revision) – Manually-operated sprayers
for which a series of Indian Standards have been compiled,
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are gradually being replaced by the power operated
sprayers, since, they perform the job quickly and the cost
of operation is low. This standard covers the requirements
of sprayer fitted with piston type and roller vane type pump.
This revision incorporates modifications in material,
constructional and performance requirements and their
method of tests in view of advancement in technology and
also includes the method of tests covered in IS 8548 to make
the standard comprehensive and user friendly.
IS 15741 : 2006 Textiles – Resistance to Ignition of
Curtains and Drapes – Specification and IS 15768 :
2007 Textiles – Resistance to Ignition of Upholstered
Composites Used for Non-Domestic Furniture – In view
of increasing fire hazards in public buildings, entertainment
places such as multiplexes, shopping complexes, marriage
pandals, hospitals, theaters, etc and high rise buildings, it
is essential to use fire retardant textiles (curtains, drapes
and upholstered composites) in such public places/
buildings in order to save valuable human life and damage
to property. The above standards specify flame resistance
requirements for curtains/drapes and upholstered
composites in terms of smouldering cigarette test, match
flame equivalent test and the crib test depending upon
the type of hazards present in buildings, that is low,
moderate and high hazard categories of buildings. The
standard also incorporates the list of low, moderate and
high hazard categories of public buildings.
IS 15651 : 2006 Textiles – Requirements for
Environmental Labelling – Specification – In the post
WTO regime, the importance of environmental labelling
of textiles has increased considerably and various
countries are making it mandatory in order to safeguard
the health and safety of the consumers against various
hazardous chemicals and dyes present on textile products.
It is, therefore, essential to prevent Indian consumers
against dumping of cheap imports and also to gear our
industry to meet the challenges of exports. Keeping this
in view, the above standard has been formulated which
includes environmental labelling requirements for all types
of textiles including ready made garments except jute and
coir textiles. The standard covers limits for presence of
hazardous dyes and chemicals on textiles such as urea
formaldehyde, banned aryl amines, plasticizers, penta
chloro phenol, tetra chloro phenol, dibutyl and tri butyl tin
compounds, pesticides, organic halogen compounds etc
keeping in view the requirements of international buyers
and those covered under the ECO Mark scheme launched
by The Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government
of India.
IS 15754 : 2006/ISO 21214 : 2006 Intelligent Transport
Systems – Continuous Air Interface, Long and Medium
Range (CALM) – Infra-red Systems – It provides
protocols and parameters for medium-range, medium to
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high-speed wireless communications in the ITS sector using
infra-red systems. This standard finds its applications in
areas such as: Electronic Toll Collection; Road Safety;
Passenger Information System; Fleet Management and
Vehicle Tracking and Advanced Traffic Management
System. Considering the growth of the highway network in
India and the endeavor of the Ministry of Road Transport &
Highways along with the National Highway Authority of India
(NHAI) to modernize the highways; it is essential that the
development takes place in accordance with International
Standards. Projects such as Golden Quadrilateral of NHAI
will utilize this standard in a big way.
IS 15713 : 2006 Road Vehicles – Compressed
Natural Gas (CNG) Fuel System Components –
Pressure Regulator – This Indian Standard specifies
definitions, test methods and requirements of Pressure
Regulator of CNG onboard fuel system component
intended for use on motor vehicles defined in
IS 14272 (Part 1), two wheelers and construction
equipment vehicles (CEV). This standard is applicable
to CNG fuel system components intended to use on
vehicles using compressed natural gas in accordance
with IS 15320 (mono-fuel or bi-fuel applications). This
standard is based on ISO 15500-9 : 2001 Road
vehicles –Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuel system
components – Part 9 : Pressure regulator and also
regulatory requirements covered in AIS standard AIS
024 (Amd 4 to version 3) – Safety and procedural
requirements for type approval of CNG operated
vehicles and AIS-028 (version 3) – Code of Practice
for use of CNG fuel in internal combustion engine
vehicles. This standard specifies various tests of
pressure regulator like Hydrostatic strength, Leakage,
Excess torque resistance, Bending moment, Continued
operation, Corrosion resistance, Oxygen ageing,
Electrical over-voltages, Non-metallic synthetic
immersion, Vibration resistance, Brass material
compatibility, Insulation resistance, Minimum opening
voltage, Pressure impulse and Water jacket freezing.
It also specifies various marking details to be provided
on pressure regulator, details of Acceptance and Type
tests and Technical information required to be
submitted along with the samples for testing.
Indian Standard on Occupational Health and Safety
(OH&S) Management Systems – Requirements with
Guidance for Use (first revision of IS 18001) –
This standard intends to assist the organizations to
develop a systematic approach to management of
OH&S in such a way as to protect their employees
and others whose health and safety may be affected
by the organizations' activities. This standard also
intends to improve OH&S performance of organizations
by providing the requirements and guidance for use.
The OH&S management systems may be integrated
with the management of other aspects of business
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performance in order to minimize risk to employees
and others, improve business performance and assist
organizations to establish a responsible image at the
market place.
Indian Standard on High Visibility Warning Clothes –
Specification – High Visibility Warning Cloth is one of the
personnel protective equipment worn as a means to provide
visual signal of the wearer's presence and intended to
provide conspicuity of the wearer under any light conditions
by day and under illumination by vehicle headlights in the
dark. Conspicuity is enhanced by increasing the contrast
between the clothing and its ambient background or
surroundings. Classes of visibility hazards are identified and
appropriate markings for the clothing are suggested based
on worker risk hazards, such as complex backgrounds,
vehicular traffic density and speeds.
IS 8062 (Part 2) : 2006 Code of Practice for Cathodic
Protection of Steel Structure : Part 2 Burried Pipeline/
Structures for Transportation of Natural Gas, Oil and
Liquids (first revision) – This standard deals with the
general principles and requirements of cathodic protection
system for prevention against corrosion of external
underground buried surface of metallic high pressure
hydrocarbon product pipeline/structure. This standard is
intended to serve as a guide for establishing minimum
requirements for control of external corrosion on pipeline/
structure system. Corrosi on control by a coati ng
supplemented with cathodic protection should be provided
in the design and maintained during service life of pipeline/
structure system.
IS 15647 : 2006 Hot Rolled Steel Narrow Width Strip
for Welded Tubes and Pipes – In India, certain small
scale re-rolling mills are producing hot rolled narrow
width steel strips, popularly known as Patra. Keeping
the interest of these steel mills in view, a need was felt
to formulate an Indian Standard to facilitate manufacture
of quality hot rolled steel narrow width strip which will be
used for manufacturing of welded tubes and pipes for
non-critical applications. This standard covers the
requirements for weldable quality hot rolled narrow width
steel strip up to 600 mm for manufacture of steel pipes
and tubes for non-critical applications such as low
pressure water and furniture purposes. The hot rolled
narrow width steel strip manufactured as per this standard
shall not be applicable for manufacture of steel pipes for
pressure applications such as high pressure water,
steam, oil and gases.
IS 15677 : 2006 Metering of Natural Gas – Code of
Practice – This Code of practice is to be used for the
transportation and distribution of natural gas through cross-
country pipelines by the major oil companies. It deals with
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the accuracy of metering and regulating of natural gas in
the gaseous phase only where the gas temperatures at
the meter are within the range of -10ºC to + 55 ºC at
different delivery points which are necessary for consumer
satisfaction. The above standard covers five types of
meters, namely, orifice, turbine, ultrasonic, rotary and
coriolis. Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board will
take up all the standards for giving reference in their Hand
Book in the field use. It also covers installations of meters,
custody-transfer metering of gas including reconciliation
and accounting purposes.
IS 8310 : 2006/ISO 2108 : 2005 Information and
Documentation – International Standard Book Number
(ISBN) (second revision) – The International Standard
Book Number (ISBN) has been internationally recognized
as the identification system for the publishing industry and
book trade. Since 1970, the ISBN has become an essential
feature of the global Book Trade and a vital component in
Library Catalogues records. The revision of the International
Standard ISO 2108 was necessary as the system which is
quite acceptable internationally and was based on 10 digits
and was running out of capacity. The revised version of
IS 8310 which is an adoption of ISO 2108 : 2005 Information
and Documentation – International Standard Book Number
(ISBN) changes the ISBN to a 13 digit identifier to increase
substantially the numbering capacity of the global ISBN
system and to harmonize the format of the ISBN with the
EAN-UCC product code system.
IS 15681 : 2006 Geological Exploration by Geophysical
Method (Seismic Refraction) – Code of Practice – This
standard deals with various aspects of seismic refraction
technique and its applications to shallow subsurface
exploration of engineering sites. The primary purpose of
the standard is to provide working knowledge of the
method, with relevant references, and with a basis to weigh
the applicability of the method to various engineering
geological problems. In particular, it seeks to provide an
understanding of the proper planning of surveys, so as to
obtain adequate and relevant coverage and highlight the
most important area of interpretation of seismic data.
IS 15736 : 2006 Geological Exploration by Geophysical
Method (Electrical Resistivity) – Code of Practice –
Subsurface geological exploration are an integral part of
pre-planning as well as design stage of any water resource
project. Apart from the methods of geological exploration
that have been used in the past, there have been
developments in this field and instrumental methods of
geological exploration are coming to the fore. One of the
methods being increasingly used in geological exploration
is the electrical resistivity method. This standard is intended
to provide a Code of practice for application of electrical
resistivity method and to provide guidance on the various
equipment used in the same as well as for providing
guidance prescribing field procedures and documentation
of data.
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Standardization in the field of
Natural Gas Pipeline System –
BIS formulated 29 standards on
Natural Gas Pipeline System for
transmission of gas covering 14
areas, namely, Line pipe coating
internal/external, Pipeline laying,
Laying of pipeline in crossing,
Cathodic protection of pipeline,
Gas metering system and gas
measuring equipment, Supervisory
Control and Data Acquisition
(SCADA) System (i ncl udi ng
Tel emetry and
Telecommunication), Lines Pipes
for Transportation and Natural
Gas (including Fitting and Valves
for Pipe Line System), Centrifugal
compressors for gas transmission,
Pumps for transportation of LPG
i ncl udi ng pri me mover, Gas
turbi nes, Constructi on and
commissioning of gas dispatch
termi nal , Commi ssi oni ng of
pipelines including swabbing/EGP,
Intelligent pigging of pipelines and
Hot tapping of pipelines. This set
of 29 standards was dedicated to the nation in a
function by Shri Taslimuddin, Hon'ble Union Minister
of State for Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and
Public Distribution on 15 February 2007. In this function
Dr. U. D. Choubey, CMD, GAIL who also graced the
occasion received the set of standards from Shri
Taslimuddin, Hon'ble Union Minister of State for
Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public
Distribution. The introduction of these standards would
become especially relevant in the context of de-
regulation of gas supply business with multiple players
in the transmission business and need for a cross-
country National Gas Grid. Safety and environment
parameters have been given paramount importance
whi l e formul ati ng these Indi an Standards for
transmission of gas and therefore would be extremely
helpful in deciding safety parameters and further
improve our environment.
Review and Updating of Standards
Standards are reviewed as considered necessary, but
at least once in five years. During the year 3 848
standards were revi ewed, 3 691standards were
reaffirmed, 211 were taken up for revision and 102 were
withdrawn. In addition, 254 amendments to standards
were published.
Harmonization
In the market scenario, India is facing challenge of
global competition. The only way to sustain in the
global markets is to harmonize Indian Standards, as
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·i ~i - ¬¤¬··i -i-¬i ¤º ·i-¬iºi ¬i ¤ ¬iº |¬·i ··i| ·
¬ ·i |·-·i ¬i ¬i |·¬ ·-- -, ¬-¸ ti - ¬i·i |·u ¬i ·; ·ti
|·|·i·- |·|--i ui¬i ¬i ¬|·i¬ ¬ ··i t , |··t ·t ·i-¬iºi ·i
·i-i ·ii| ;- ¬ ·i |·-·i ¬ ·i ºi- -i ·¸ ·i -i-¬i - ¬ ·iiº ¬
|¬· ¤ºi·ii|º·i ¬ |·¤iº ¬i º ¬ =i· |¬· ·· ¬i º -· -i-¬i ¬
|··i· ¤ - ··| |-·-|¬|·iu |··i·i ¤º ¬ ·i |·-·i ¬i ¬i·i ·-
|¬·i ··i
t-u ¬i·iº ¬¬i · - -i-¬i ¬i -t-·
-i-¬i¬ººi ÷ ¤ ¤, «i ~- u·ii +i---º ¬ti·¬ ·-u ¬¬i ·i
¬ |¬· «· ¬i·i
·ii·ºi - ·-i¬ ¬ ·i ~ - «·¬u ·=i-
·iº ¬¸ º¬i ; ¬ «u-i ¬i -i-¬i¬ººi
--i º ·¬ ¬·i|º·i ¬iº ·¬
¬¬i-i - ¬º·ii
|·¬u -i -º
|«·¬i ¬ -i-º
¬i; ·¬,¬i; ·¬¬i zzeee
¬ -i··- ¬ ·ii¬ ¬º·ii ¤º
·|·iºi ·|·i·i; ·i ~i· ¬ ·i ·-i
-i|º·¬ ¬¬i · ¬ |¬·
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¬i; ·¬,¬i; ·¬¬i zzeee
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far as possible, with ISO/IEC Standards formulated at
International level. India is a signatory to WTO
Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT). As
per the agreement, member countries of WTO are
required to align their National Standards with
International Standards. However, country specific
concerns such as safety, environmental issues can be
considered/incorporated, while formulating National
Standards. BIS uses International Standards wherever
they exist as a basis for the standards development.
So far BIS has harmonized 4 449 Indian Standards
with International Standards. Considering number of
standards where corresponding ISO/IEC Standards
exist, about 74 percent standards are harmonized.
Seminars for Implementation of Standards
BIS has taken up a drive to intensify the implementation
of Indian Standards through Seminars in different fields.
All technical divisions organized Seminars in identified
sectors where stakeholders such as manufacturers, users,
R&D organizations, Government institutions and others
parti ci pated. In al l 32 Semi nars/Workshops were
conducted to disseminate information on standards
available in the specific fields for increased implementation.
These Seminars were conducted in industrial estates,
cl usters where there i s concentrati on of speci fi c
manufacturers about which the information was to be
disseminated. During these Seminars opinion and
suggesti on of stakehol ders were al so taken for
improvement in the existing standards and for identification
of subjects for new standards. Seminars on the following
subjects were conducted:
Significance of Standardization in Hand Tool Industries
Standardization – Big benefit for Nuts, Bolts and
Fastener Accessories Industries
Changing trend in the field of Pyrotechnics
Standardization in Domestic Kitchenware
Safety in Amusement
Rides and Water Parks
Electric Motors
Energy Meters
South Asi an regi onal
semi nar on Food Safety
through IS/ISO 22000
IS/ISO 22000 for coconut
industry
Food Safety through IS/
ISO 22000
Drinking Water Quality
Halon phase-out project
14 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
ºi·-i· ·i·- ¬ |tui zeer (· ·i
- |·|·i·- -·ii-i ¤º ¬i-
¬i··ii¬i· ) ¤º ¬i··ii¬i
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¬|·- ¬ ¬º·ii ÷ ¬|·-ºi ·i¬
·-~i|· ¬i -t-·
¬¸ ui ·-~ ¬¬i · - · ºiui ¤ « ·i
¬i -i-¬i¬ººi
·¬ ¤|º·i ·-i¬i ¬ |¬·
·i¸ ÷u¬-i¬i ·i ¤ ¤· ui¬ - ¬·iºu ·i ~ ¬iº ¤-i|u·i
ºi·i· ·i ·ii ºi·- i· · ºiui ¤ º-¬iº ¤º ¬ u |¬·i--¬
¬i· ¬-
;-¤iu ¬¬i ·i - ¤ · ·u ¬i t ¬·-¬, -¤ ·i ¬i t, + ºi
|-¬·iiu ¬i º |º¤ ·-ºi· ¤º -i-¬i¬ººi ¤º ·ii ·i ¤~
¤ -u u
«i;¬i;|¬¬ ¬iº ;¬¬ ¤·i ¬i -i-¬i¬ººi
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¬º·ii ¬iº ¬-¬¸ ¬u-i¬ººi
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|··· - ¬i· ¬i -i·
¬¸ ¤-i ¤i¬i |·¬i -i-¬i¬ººi ¤º ¬i··ii¬i
¬¸ ¤-i ¤i¬i |·¬i ·i ~ - ·i¬ -i-¬i ¤º ¬i··ii¬i
u ¬ u·ii ·¬ ·i ~ - -i-¬i¬ººi|
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¬i¬¬ ¬i¤u¬i ¬i :ií+i¬ ¤¤¤i¬ (,¤¸y¬)
-i-¬i¬ººi ¬ ·i ~ u·ii · ºiui ¤¸|u·i - ··i·¬i|·¬ ¬ -·ii-i ¬
|·¬i|·i ·i u·ii ¤ i··i¤¬ ·· ¬i ¤ |·i|·iu |¬·i ·i-i ¤i|t· |·¬¬
|¬ · ¬-¬ ,iºi |·· ·i- ·i¬ -i¬ ¬i º ¬ ·i¬i - · ºiui ¬i- -
¬·i- ti ¬¬ | ;¬ «iu ¬i ¬-=u t · -i-¬i¬ººi ¬ ¬ · ·i ¬
¤ ¤iº ¬i º · ·i ·iº ¬ |·|·i·- ··i·¬i|·¬ ¬ -·ii-i u·ii |···|·¬i¬·
·i ~i - ¬¬u- ·iiºui· -i-¬i ¬ ¤ |u ·i·-¬ui ¬-¤·- ¬º- ¬
|·|·i·- ¬· · ·· ¬ -i-¬i ¬ ·i |·i¬ ¬¤·i · ¤º ·ii -i ··¸ ºi
|-·|-u -¤ ¬ ¬i· ¬- ¤¬iui ºti t| ¬·u ¬i· ¬-i ¬ ¤ |u·ii|··i
¬ «i¤ |·uººi t u |··i ·i¬ ·i ~i - ¬ ··i ¬i-· i ¬ |··i ·i |¬-
u ·iº |¬· ·· t |
··i ¬ ·i ºi- ¬i¬i; ¤i; -i, · ·iti-i, |-º-i |···|·¬i¬·, ¬t-·i«i·,
¬i¬i·i· ¬i¬ ·, |· ¬i ·i--·º, ··¤ ¬i·i - ¬ · ¬i¬ ¤i ¬i- ·-i¬,
·i|··i«i·, ; |---·¸ - ¬i+ ti -¬ - - ·- -, ··i|¬·º, ¬·-i«i;
¬i¬ ·, |·~¬i, ¬iº·i·¬ ¬i¬ · ¬i+ ¬i- ¬ ·º· ¬i; ¬, ¬i ··«u¸ º,
Workshop on National
Bui l di ng Code 2005 (8
Workshops at various locations
in the country)
X-ray
Fi re safety i n publ i c
places/ buildings – Importance
of Fire Retardant Textiles
Standardi zati on of
Quality management in Cotton
textile industry
Emergi ng areas and
challenges in geotechnical investigations for Hydro
projects
Interactive programme on Rajiv Gandhi National
Quality Award
Presenting a paper on 'Standardization on Iron Ore,
Sponge Iron, Ferro Alloys and Refractories used in
Steel Industries'
Standardization of Bicycles and its components
Safety and optimization through National Standards
on Transport Packages and Packaging
Information Technology Standardization – Challenges
and way forward in the converged world
Workshop on IT Standardization
Workshop on open standards in the IT Sector
Standardization in Oil and Gas Sector
STANDARDS PROMOTION
Educational Utilization of Standards Programmes (EUS)
The students and faculty of professional institutions
need to be trained in the field of standardization and
management systems, so that they are well equipped
to introduce quality in goods and services to be
delivered by them. Recognizing this BIS has been
regularly conducting programmes on Educational
Utilization of Standards with the specific aim to
propagate the message of standardization and to create
awareness about latest Indian Standards in various
professional institutes and universities through out the
country. Special kit of Reference Material pertaining to
specialized fields has also been prepared for distribution
amongst the participants in such programmes.
During the year, 26 programmes were organized at CIPET,
Guwahati; Nirma University, Ahmedabad; Kalavad College,
District Jamnagar, Jaiprakash Mukundh Lal Polytechnic,
Ghaziabad; Institute of Hotel Management, Gwalior, Laxmi
Bai College, Delhi; RVS College of Arts and Science,
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 15
ºi- · · «i«i ¬-¬i - t- ¬i¬ · ¬i+ ; ·i|-·|º · ·º· - - ·- -
; |---·¸ -, -i·¤º ·¬ ¬s ¬ -·ii-i - zc ¬i·¬-i ¬i ¬i·i ·-
|¬·i|
¤ui¬ ¬i¬«¬ui ¬i¤u¬
¬¬i · ·i·-¬ui ¬i· ¬- ¬i -¸ ¬ ¬· · ·· ¬·i ¬¬i ·i - -i-¬i¬ººi
u·ii ·ºiui ¤¸|u ¬i ¬··iiººii ¬i ¤¤iº ¬º-i t| · ¬ ¬i·¬-i -
·i i · ¬ - ·i ¬ · ·| ·u·i ¬i
-i-¬i¬ººi, ¤ « ·i ¤¸|u ¤ -iºi-,
¬-¤i· ¤-iºi- u·ii ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬
¬·· ¬i· ¬-i ¬ ¬··u ¬ºi·i ·iui
t | · ¬ ¬i·¬-i - ··i··i-, |·¤iº
|·-·i u·ii ·i|··i |+~- ¬ ·ii ti u
t | ¬·u ¬i·¬-i - ¬¬ ·i ~ ¬
¬¬i ·i ¬i ¬ ··i ¤º |-·iº ¬ºu t·
|·|·i·- ¬i¬i |·¬ ·i ~i ¬ ¬ « |·iu
-i-¬i ¤º ·ii ¤¬i·i ·i¬i ·iui t|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi ¬·u ¬i· ¬- -·ii-i·
¬¬i · ¬ ·ii u·ii ¬·i ¬¬i · ¬ ·i ¬ -·ii¬i ¬ ¬t·i · ¬ ¬i·i |·u
|¬· ·iu t |
··i ¬ ·iºi- ·iiºu ·iº - ·¬ ¬i·¬i - ; ·i|-·|º · ·¬i |¬··i-,
¬i ºi·-, ¤i;¤ -·· + ·¤|º · ·¬i |¬··i-, ºi·¬i -, · -i¬|·ºi |·|--·-
¬i ¬i¤. |-~¬ ¤i ··¸ ¬º ·¸ |-·-, ¬-i, ·¬¬i;·¬¬i;, -; |·~¬i,
- ·-i-i;¬ ; ·--i, ¬i ··«-¸ º u·ii ·¬i |¬··i- ¬i+ ·i ~· -¤ ·-,
¬i ¤i- t u ¬i |·¤ ¬i|· -·ii-i ¤º ¬i·i |·u |¬· ··|
ºi»¤ -uºí¤ ¬í¬íu¤i (y¬y¬¬í)
-i-¬i ¬ ¤ ·ii·i ¬i·i ···- ¬i ¬ |-|·¤u ¬º- u·ii · ·i ·iº -
-i-¬i¬ººi u·ii ¤ « ·i ¤¸|u ¬i ¬ · ·i ¤ ¤i|ºu ¬º- ¬ |¬·
ºi·· -uº ¤º ·¬ -·ii·i ¤¸|u -·ii|¤u ¬º- ¬ |¬· -i-¬i¬ººi
u·ii · ºiui ¤¸|u·i ¬ |¬· ¬··i· ¬·ii ºi··i ,¬ ·i ·ii|¬u
·i ~i - ºi·· -uºi· ¬|-|u·i (·¬·¬¬i) -·ii|¤u ¬i ·; t | ·i·i
¬ ·i ºi- · ·ºiu, -tiºi·- , t|º·iºii, ·i ·i, ºi·¤ º ¬i º ºi·-·ii-
¬i ºi·· -uºi· ¬|-|u·i ¬i « -¬ ¬i ·; | ;- « -¬i - ºi··
¬º¬iºi ,iºi ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤ -i|ºiu ¬i-i- ¬i ·iºi·, ¬i|·i ¬i ¬
¤ |·i·iºi, · ºiui |-· ~ºi ¬i· ·ii ¬ ¤ ·-u -, ¬¤·ii ·ui |·i·ii u·ii
ºi·· ¬º¬iºi ,iºi ¬- ;¬i;·i ¬i ¬|·i¬ ¤ i -¬it- |·· ·i- ¤º
·i º |··i ··i, |·-¬ ¤i¬ ¬-¤i· -i·ii · ºiui ¤¸|u ¤ -iºi-
¬i;¬ ¬ t |
íu:u ¬i¬¬ í«u¬
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi ¬¤- - ··i¬· -; |·~¬i u·ii ·i ~i·, ·ii·ii
¬i·i ¬·i ¬i º |-ºi·iºi ¬i·i ¬·i - |··· -i-¬ |··¬ --i·i
··i| ¬i¬¬ ¬·i ¤ui¬i zu «÷ ¬i·i |··i· ¤º - ··
Coimbatore; Ram Dev Baba Kamla Nehru College of
Engineering and Management Institute, Nagpur to name
a few.
Industry Awareness Programmes
The basic aim of the Industry Awareness Programme is
to propagate the concept of standardi zati on and
management systems amongst small scale industries.
Such programme organized by
BIS consi st of l ectures,
discussions and video films
shows, where the participants
are exposed to the concept of
standardization, Management
Systems Certification, product
certification and other BIS
activities. Standards relating to
speci fi c i ndustri al sector,
dependi ng upon the
concentration of industries in
the area, are also highlighted
in such programmes. These
programmes are organized by
BIS in collaboration with Local Industry Associations and
Small Industries Service Institute.
During the year 42 such programmes were organized
all over India such as Kajkot Engineering Association,
Saurashtra Pipe Manufacturing Association, Rajkot;
The Nilgiris District Coop. Milk Producers Union, Ooty;
SISI, New Delhi; Textile Industry, Coimbatore and
Association of Gold Merchant in Kochin and Kochi.
State Level Committees (SLCs)
In order to have a permanent mechanism at the State Level
to ensure effective implementation of standards and to
propagate the message of Standardization and Quality
Systems all over the country, State Level Committees
(SLCs) for Standardization and Management Systems
have been set up in almost all States/Union Territories.
During the year meetings of SLCs in Haryana, Gujarat,
Maharashtra,Goa,Raipur and Rajasthan were held. During
these meetings emphasis was made on the purchase of
BIS certified material by the State Government, Training
of Personnel, Enforcement of Quality Control Orders,
Consumer education and granting more incentives by
State Governments to units holding products as well as
Quality Systems Certification Licences.
World Standards Day
The World Standards Day was celebrated by BIS at its
headquarters at New Delhi and also at Regional, Branch
Offices and Inspection Offices. The main function and
16 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
¬-iºi t u·ii u¬-i¬i ¬·- ¬-
·s ¬·u¸ «º zeec ¬i -; |·~¬i
- ¬i·i |·u |¬·i ··i |·¬-
¬¬i ·, ·i|ºi··, ¬¤·ii ·ui¬i ¬
· · ¬i ·i - u·ii ¤ i ¬i |·¬i|··i ,
¬º¬iºi |··ii·i , |·i·iºi ¬ -·ii¬i
¬i|· - ·ii· |¬·i|
¬¸¤¬i uªii ¬·i ¤ui¬ ¬íutii
¤«i¬¬ui ¤¬i·o
·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi - ··i ·ss/ ¬
¬i· ºu ¬¸ ¤-i u·ii ¬·i ¬¬i ·
¬º¬i¬ººi ¤¬i ·- ¬·i u·ii -··-
¬¬|-·i ¬i |·|·i·- ¤¸ suisi ¬i
¬-i·ii- ¬ºui ºti t| ·t ¬|··ii
¤¬i ·- ·¬¬ |·i· ¬i ¬ -¤ -
·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ¬ |-·-|¬|·iu
·i ~i - |··i ·i¬º ¬·i ¬¬i ·i ¬i
¬¬u- ¬¸ ¤-i,¬ti·ui ¤ ·i-
¬ºui ºti t|
-i-¬ (ºi·-i· u·ii ¬ uºi·-i·)
¬-¤i· ¤-iºi- |¤·t ·i ·-i
·ºiui ¤« ·i ¤¸|u ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i (¬i;·¬¬i see·)
¤·i·ººi ¤« ·i ¤¸|u ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i (¬i;·¬¬i ·«ee·)
·ii¬·|-u ti|- |··¬ ·iºi -i·ii ¬i |u¬ |-· ~ºi |« ·
(·¤·¬i¬i¤i) (¬i; ·¬ ·reee)
;¬i |¤·t ¬ -i··- ¬ ·ii¬ -··sui t u ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i
··i·¬i|·¬ -·i-·· ¬iº ¬º·ii ¤« ·i ¤¸|u (¬i ·¤·¬·-·¬)
(¬i; ·¬ ·see·)
-·ºi ¬iº º·u ¬i·i¸ ·iºii ¬iº ·-u¬i ¤º ti¬-i|¬ · ·i ·-i
|·· ·ii |--iui¬i u·ii ¬i·i|uu ¬-¤i·i ¬ |¬· ¤-iºi-
·i ·-i
¤-u¬i¬· ¬ ·i·
·i·-¬ui u·ii ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-
¤·i ··ii¬i u·ii ¬ ·i·ii ·i- ¬ ·i·
|·|··i ¬¸ ¤-i
;¬¬ ¬|u|º·u, ¬·· ·i ~i - ¬¸ ¤-i · ¬ |¬ ¬i; ; ¬i··¸ ,
¬i;;¬i;;÷¬i«i ·i ·-i, ··-i¬, ·i¬i·¬·¬¬i;, |¬·«i, ¤ - -
º|·--iº, ·iiº ·· -i¤-, ·¬;¬i; ¬i|· ·ii ¬|··ii ¤¬i ·- ,iºi
¤·i- |¬· ·iu t | ··i ¬ ·iºi- ;¬ ¤¬i ·- - · erz ·¸ º·ii|·i¬
¤¸ suis ¬iº r·e ¬i· u¬i ¬i ¬-iº |·· ··|
technical seminar on the
theme "STANDARDS: BIG
BENEFITS FOR SMALL
BUSINESS" was organized
at New Delhi on 13 October
2006 which was attended by
a large number of delegates
representi ng vari ous
organizations from industry,
commerce, consumers,
technologists, Government
departments, educational
institutions, etc.
Information and SSI
Facilitation Cell
Informati on and SSI
Facilitation Cell operating at
BIS Headquarters since 1997
continued to serve small and
medium scale entrepreneurs
for their various queries. This
Facilitation Cell, as a single
window, provided variety of
updated i nformati on /
assistance particularly to
small scale sectors in the
following areas of BIS.
Standards (National and International)
Product Certification Marks Scheme
Quality Management System Certification Scheme
(ISO 9001)
Environmental Management System Certification
Scheme (ISO 14001)
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP)
(IS 15000)
Certification Scheme for Food Hygiene through ECO
Mark
Occupational Health & Safety Management System
(OHSMS)( IS 18001)
Hallmarking on Gold & Silver Jewellery & Artifacts
Certification Scheme for Foreign Manufacturers and
Imported Products
Library Services
Awareness and Training Programmes
Laboratory and Calibration Services
Miscellaneous Information
In addition, information in other areas like IECQ, IECEE -
CB scheme, Agmark, DCSSI, SIDBI, Registrar of patents,
Weights & Measure, SEI etc also provided by facilitation
cell. This cell attended to 1 052 Telephonic queries and
510 Visitors during the year.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 17
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·i--i· ;¬·-i|-¬ -i|··i -i·ii ¬-i¤iº ¤~i ,iºi ¬·º ¬i ·;|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i |·|·i·- ·|u|·|·i·i ¤º ¬i ¤i º - ¤ -u ui¬ººi u ·iº |¬·
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·i·-¬ui ¬ |¬· ·ii ·· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·|u|·|·i·i ¬i ¤ i -¬it-
· - ¬ |¬· ·i ·i ·; t |
¬|·i¬ ·iiºui· ¬i·iiº ¤º |¤ - -i|··i ¬ -i··- ¬ ¬i ·i ¬i -·ºi
¬i·i¸ ·iºii ¬i ti¬-i|¬ · u·ii ¬·· ·|u|·|·i·i ¬ ¬i·ii ¬ «iº -
·i·-¬ui ¬i- ¬ |¬· ¤¤iº ¬|·i·i- ¤¬i·i ··i|
Rajiv Gandhi National
Quality Award (RGNQA)
Rajiv Gandhi National Quality
Award was instituted by the
Bureau of Indian Standards in
1991 with a view to give special
recogni ti on to the best
i ndustri es. Thi s award i s
intended to generate interest
and i nvol vement of Indi an
Industry in quality programmes,
drive Indian products to higher
levels of quality and better equip
Indian organizations to meet the
challenges of domestic and
International markets. This
award is an annual feature. It
has been designed in line with
similar awards in other
developed countries like
Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award
of USA, Deming Prize of Japan
and European Quality Award.
The assessment criteria for
these awards are based on Total
Quality Management (TQM)
and are at par with the criteria for other similar overseas
awards.
The awards for the year 2006 were given by Shri
Tasl i muddi n, Hon' bl e Uni on Mi ni ster of State for
Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
in the awards presentation ceremony organized at
Convention Centre, Scope Complex, Lodhi Road, New
Delhi on 15 February 2007.
Publicity
To spread awareness of the activities of BIS among
common consumers and create a strong consciousness
for quality, it undertook various publicity activities through
various media. BIS officials had participated in approx 30
talks and interviews on BIS related subjects which were
telecast over Doordarshan and other popular cable
networks. Significant developments and events were
covered by the electronic media and newspapers.
Corporate Presentation on various activities of BIS was
got produced and copies of the same were sent to ROs/
BOs for their use during exhibitions, seminars etc for
promotion of activities of BIS and also for consummer
awareness.
Publicity Campaign was undertaken on all-India basis
through print media for consumer awareness regarding
the benefits of Hallmarking of Gold Jewellery and also
other activities.
18 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
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- ¬i (|·~¬i ti-), ¬·-i«i; ¬i¬ · - ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬|·i¬iº ·i·-¬ui
- ¬i, ··¸ ¬i¬i; ·ºiui ¬·- ¬-, ¸|·i ··¬¤i ¬i|·| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬
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·|u|·|·i·i ¤-uu ¬i ·;, ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ·|u|·|·i·i ¬i ·i-¬iºi
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¬ ¤¤iº ¤º |+~- ·ii ··ii·i ·;|
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··¸ ºi , -··i¬·, ·i ~i· u·ii ·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i - ·/ |·¬· ¬ ··i ¬
-i··- ¬ ·iiºui· -i-¬i u·ii |·|·i|·- ¤¬i·i-i ¬i |·¬· ¬º ºti t|
¤ ·i¸u ¤-u¬ |·¬ ui¬i , |·-¬i ¬ ··i zez t, ¬ -i··- ¬ ·ii |«¬i
¬i ·iui t| · ·i ·iº - zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- |¤s¬ ··i ¬ «·.sr
|-|¬·- ·¤· ¬i u¬-i - ;¬ ··i «c.s/ |-|¬·- ·¤· ¬ ¤¬i·i- « ¤
·· | |·· ·ii -i-¬i ¬i |«¬i ¤º |¤s¬ ··i ¬ ·e.re |-|¬·- ·¤· ¬i
u¬-i - r.·c |-|¬·- ·¤· (¤i·ii |u-iti ¬ |¬· |·· ·ii -i-¬
|-¬i· ¬ ¤i·u ºi·~-i ¬ ¬¬i·i) ¬-i·i- ¬ -¤ - ¤i·u t·|
·iiºui· -i-¬ ¬i·i-ºi - ¤º ·ii ·¬ ¤¸ º ¬- ¬·i·i |··ii·i·
¤|º·i·i-¬iº ¬- ¬ -¤ - ¬i· ¬ |¬· ¬¤¬··i t| ¬i·i-ºi - ¤º
·iiºui· -i-¬i ¬i ¬i|· · ¬ |¤s¬ ··i ¬i ·«.·· |-|¬·- ·¤·
¬i ºi·~-i ºi|·i ¬i u¬-i - ;¬ ··i z/.sr |-|¬·- ·¤· ¬i ºi|·i
¤i·u t;|
A number of designs were got
made on BIS Hallmark and ISI
Mark which were used in print
media under Jago Grahak
Jago campaign on all-India
basis.
Two radio spots of 20 seconds
duration on ISI Mark and
Hallmarking of Gold Jewellery
were broadcast in Hindi and
regional languages for four
months from 40 stations of
Vividh Bharti in category I
programme, 9 FM-I channels
and 4 FM-II channels of AIR.
Outdoor publicity campaign
on ISI Mark and Hallmarking
of Gold Jewellery was also
undertaken during the year
through Hoardings at Railway
stations.
BIS participated in a number
of fairs which included: India
International Trade Fair at
Pragati Mai dan, MMTC
Festival of Gold, Sponsorship
to ASSOCHAM for Second International Gold Summit,
Youth Festi val of Col l ege Students on Consumer
Awareness Theme (Del hi Hat), Consumer Ri ghts
Awareness Festival at Lakshmi Bai College, QCI Quality
Conclave, Krishi Expo, etc. Blow-ups on various activities
of BIS were displayed, activities of BIS were displayed,
activities of BIS were explained to the visitors, a large
number of publicity literature was distributed during the
exhibitions. The film to promote ISI Mark and other activities
were also screened during the exhibitions.
Sale of Standards and Other Publications
The Bureau is selling Indian Standards and Special
Publications through 17 sales outlets at Headquarter,
Regional and Branch Offices. Sales are also done through
registered booksellers numbering 202. The all-India sales
during 2006-07 were Rs 46.97 million as against Rs. 41.85
million last year. The commission earned on sale of
overseas standards was Rs 5.16 million (excluding royalty
from overseas Standards Body for fourth quarter) as
against Rs.10.50 million last year.
The Indian Standards are also available on CD-ROM, as
a complete set or Division-Council-wise sets, for leasing.
The royalty received on leasing of Indian Standards on
CD-ROM was Rs 27.85 million up from the last year figure
of Rs 14.11 million.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 19
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(·i) ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬i ¬ -¤ - ¬¤-i· ·i- ¬ |¬· ·iiºui· -i-¬,
(·) |t··i - ·iiºui· -i-¬ (¬-·i·), (·i) |··i ·i ¤¬i·i-, ¬ ··i ¬iº
·ºi-i ¬ti·¬, u·ii (·.) ¬-¬i· - ¬¸ ¤i«¸ ¬·ii ¤¬i·i-i ¬ ¬ ·u
¬¸ ¤¬i ¬ ¬i ¤¬i·i- |··ii· ,iºi ·i|·i¬ -¤ ¬ |¬·i ·iui t|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¤i¬ ¬·ii ¤¬i·i-i ¬ ¬i¤iºi;- (¬·i|·i¬iº) ¬º|·iu t
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Hindi Activities
The Parliamentary Committee on Official Language visited
Bhopal, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad Branch Offices. Hindi
workshop was organized for Nodal Officers/ staff at NITS,
NOIDA where 70 officials participated. During the year,
all the four meetings (with a gap of 90 days between
meetings) of Official Language Implementation Committee
were organized at Headquarters. Eight Hindi workshops
were organi zed i n di fferent branch offi ces. Fi ve
departments of Headquarters were also inspected. A
programme for Basic book writing in Hindi was also
prepared. The department participated in the Ministry's
Meeting of the Hindi Advisory Committee. Meeting of Hindi
Books Selection Committee was also held.
During the year, 360 standards titles were translated.
Besides, the translation panel considered 40 standards
for translation. Five standards were published in Hindi. 15
Finalized draft standards are under print. About 281 pages
of translation work like Annual report, World Standards
Day documents, different regulations, internal telephone
directory, RGNQ awards documents, MOU related
documents. 19 slides from Hall marking department were
transl ated i n Hi ndi . 500 pages of Press Notes,
Advertisements, Tenders, Letters, notes were translated,
vetted, typed, compared and correction work was done
on urgent basis.
Foreign Languages and Publications
The department handles the projection and promotion of
the standardization movement in scientific, technical,
industrial and business circles through two monthly
journals – Standards India, the erstwhile ISI Bulletin which
dates back to 1949, and Standards Monthly Additions,
which was started in 1958. Standards India presents a
stimulating commentary and review of the standardization
effort at home and abroad. Highlighting as it does the very
latest progress in the field, spiced with thought provoking
critical comments; it has established itself in the field as a
magazine of repute. The Standards Monthly Additions is
a small but sleek publication recording all amendments,
alterations and information regarding standards, new,
existing or in the draft stage issued at home or received
from abroad during the month.
A catalogue containing titles of (a) Indian Standards
published by BIS updated up to the 31st December, (b)
International Standards adopted as Indian Standards, (c)
Indian Standards in Hindi (translation), (d) Special
publications, reference and calculation aids, and (e) Index
corresponding to all publications listed in the catalogue is
published annually by the department.
BIS has the copyright of all its publications and requests
for reproducing extracts from Indian Standards are
forwarded to the department. After technical verification
and calculations based on the procedures adopted from
20 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
CERTIFICATION
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PRODUCT CERTIFICATION
BIS operates a Product Certification Scheme, which is
governed by the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986
and Rules and Regulations framed thereunder. Presence
of Standard Mark (Popularly known as ISI Mark) on product
indicates conformity to the relevant Indian Standard.
Before granting licence to any manufacturer, BIS
ascertains the availability of required infrastructure and
capability of the manufacturer to produce and test the
product conforming to the relevant Indian Standard on a
continuous basis. Samples are also drawn from the
production line as well as from market and got tested in
independent laboratories to ensure their conformance to
the relevant Indian Standard.
The Certification Scheme is basically voluntary in nature
but for a number of items affecting health and safety of
the consumer and those of mass consumption, it has been
made mandatory by the Government through various
statutory measures such as Preventi on of Food
Adulteration Act, Indian Gas Cylinders Rules besides BIS
Act. Some of the items brought under mandatory
certification on consideration of health and safety are LPG
cylinders, cement, steel tubes, clinical thermometers,
plastic feeding bottle, packaged drinking water, packaged
natural mineral water, etc.
Considerable progress was made in BIS product
certification scheme during 2006-07. During the year
2 468 new licences (excluding hallmarking) were granted.
The number of licences granted by different regions are,
CRO – 664, ERO – 237, NRO – 497, SRO – 580, WRO
– 482, CMD – 8. During this period 24 new products were
covered for the first time under the scheme. These
products included Luminaries: Flood Lights; Horizontal
t u -i· ··ii |¬¸i u ¬ ¬¤-i; ·; ¤ |¬·i |·|·i·i ¤º ¬i·ii|ºu u¬-i¬i
¬-·i¤- ¬iº ·ºi-i¬i ¬ «i· |··ii· ¬i ¬i º ¬ ¬i· ·¬ ,iºi ¬i¤iºi;-
¤·iiºi ¬ ·i·ui- ¤º ¬¬ ¬--|u ¤·i- ¬i ·iui t|
|··ii· ,iºi |·|·i·- |·· ·ii ·ii·ii¬i ¬ u¬-i¬i ¤¬ ·ii , -i-¬i ¬iº
¬·· ¬i-·i ¬ ¬ · · i - ¬iº ¬ · · i ¬ ¤i ¬i¬i u·ii ·-- ·ii·ii
- ¬-·i· ¬ºi- ¬ |¬· ¬-·i· ¬ ·i· ¤·i- ¬i ·iui t | |·|·i·-
u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u·i ¬iº ¬¬i · ¬ ¬-ºi ·i |-·|-u -¤ ¬ |-¬ ºt
t | |··ii· ,iºi ¬- · ·ii - ·ii ¬ u |¬·i ¬i ¬|··ii ·i ·iui t,
·ti ·-- ·i ¤i ¬i¬i ·ii·ii «i ¬i ·iui t|
ISO/GEN 19: 1999 'Guidelines for Granting Copyright
Exploitation Rights to Third Parties for ISO Standards in
Books', the department grants permission to the applicant
on payment of the copyright charges.
Translation services are provided by the department for
translation of technical documents, standards and other
material from various foreign languages into English and
from English into French and German. Regular requests
are received from various technical committees as well
as from the industry. The department also facilitates
interaction with countries where German or French
language is spoken.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 21
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|¬· ¤i ¬i·|·i¬i-,·~· |-|-·-,
¤i ¬i·|·i¬i- ¬|··i¬ ·«i· ¤i;¤, «-ii
¬¤¬ººi ¤¬· ¬i;-, ·i tº |¬º
·i¬ |º· º¤ (¤i-), ¬|¬u, -«¬
·i;-, +i -+ - |·¬i·¬ ·i·iºi ¬ ºi ¤ºi,
|¬ºi|-¬ -i;¬i ¬iº -i ·¬ ¬ ¬i·i
¬¤·i · ¬ |¬· ¬i¬ ·¬, ·ii¬
-¸ ·+¬i ¬i ¬i-i (¬i ~t¸ ¬ |-¬i¬i
··i), -··s -º· ¤i-i ¬ |¬· ¬··
-«i ;- |-|¬u ¬i º ¬·ii· ¤ ·it,
; ¬ ¬i¸u ¬ «¬ ¬ ·~· |-|-·-
¬ ·it¬i ¬ |¬· ¬ ¤i·- ¤¬iº ¬
-i¬i·iº ¬- ·-º (¬ ·i ·¬), ¬i¬i
¤i·, -··s -º· ¤i-i ¬ |¬· ·i|u·
¬¤¬ ··i ¤·¤, |·¬¬ºi ¬ -i -i |--·º -, ·ii¬ · ·, ··i -¤i;|º|¬·-
¬ ºi ¤ºi, ·iº ¬¸ |uºsi |¬¬i; ·i¬i -·ii-|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤-iºi- -tº ·i ·-i ¬ ¬ u·u ;¬ ¤¬iº |¬· ·· ¬¬
·iiºui· -i-¬i ¬i ¬ ··i, |·¬- ¬-¤i·i ¬i ¤-iºi- |¬·i ··i t,
¬··i· · eee t| ··i ¬ ·iºi- « /«s -· ¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- |¬· ··
(ti¬-i|¬· ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬ ¬i·i) (ns [ks a ¬i¸|u z)| |·-i ¬ s· -i¤
zee/ ¬i ¤¤i|¬u ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬¬ ¬ ··i zz ss« (ti¬-i|¬· ¬
¬i·i) t (ns [ks a ¬i¸|u s)|
¤-¤i« ¤¬iºi¬ ¤i¬¬i ¬ ¬u¬u ¤¤ií¬u ¬i,¬¬,¬iu«¬i
¬i ¬i¬¬¬
¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬·|·i ¬i |-·ºi-i ¬ |¬· ··i ¬ ·i ºi- sr ·rr |-ºi·iºi
·i º |¬· ·· ¬i º -·u ~ ¤ºi·iºi ¬ |¬· zs erc --¸ - |¬· ··|
·-·i|·u ¬i «i·ii¬i ¬ ¬iººi, ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - |-·ºi-i |-ºi·iºii ¬i ¬i·
«itºi ¬|·i¬ººi ¬i ¬i¬-¬i ¬ |¬·i t | ··i ¬ ·i ºi- ·· s·z |-ºi·iºi
¬i¬-¬i ¬ ¬|·i¬ººii ,iºi |¬·i ··i t | ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬i¬-¬i ¬ |¬·
·· ¬|·i¬ººii ¬i «i·iº ¬ --¸ - ¤ i·u ¬º- ¬ ¬i· ¬i ·¬ ·ii· ·ii
¬i¬-¬i ¬ |¬·i| ··i ¬ ·i ºi- ¬i¬-¬i ¬ |¬· ·· ¬|·i¬ººii ,iºi sse
«i·iº --¸ - |¬· ··|
Centrifugal Pumps for Clear Cold
Water; Bamboo Mat Board for
General Purpose; Gl yceryl
Monostreate, Food Grade;
Antistripping Agents (Amine type);
Mustard and Rape Seed Oil Cake
as Livestock Feed Ingredient;
Contai ners for Packagi ng of
Natural Mi neral Water and
Packaged Dri nki ng Water;
Imidacloprid 17.8% SL; Double
Ended Ri ng Wrenches
(Spanners): Cranked; Adhesive for
Use wi th Cerami c Ti l es and
Mosaics; Horizontal Centrifugal
Self-Priming Pumps; Haxagon
Socket Head Cap Screw;
Phosphate Solubilizing Bacterial
Inoculants; Edible Groundnut
Flour (expeller pressed); Black
Tea; Azospirillum Inoculants; Dust
Tight Ignition Proof Enclosures of
Electrical Equipment; Wall Clocks
(Battery Operated); Multipurpose
Aqueous Film Forming Foam
Li qui d Concentrate for
Extinguishing Hydro Carbon and
Polar Solvent Fires; Polyethylene/
Al umi ni um/ Pol yethyl ene
Composite Pressure Pipes for Hot
and Cold Water Supplies; Table
Wine; Vertical Turbine Mixed and
Axial Flow for Clear Cold Water;
Compression Type Tubular in Line Connectors for
Aluminum Conductors of Insulated Cables; Household Zig-
zag Sewing Machine.
The total number of Indian Standards covered under BIS
Certification Marks Scheme is around 1 000. During the
year 4 743 new licences (including Hallmarking licences)
were granted (see Fig. 2). The total number of operative
licences as on 31 March 2007 were 22 994 (including
Hallmarking) (see Fig. 3).
Assessment of Operative Licences/Applicants
under Product Certification Scheme
In order to monitor the operation of licences, a total
number of 35 155 inspection visits were organized during
the year and 29 056 samples were drawn for independent
testing. Due to constraint of man power, BIS is outsourcing
part of the surveillance inspections to the outside
agencies. During the year 11 812 inspections were carried
out by the outsourced agencies. BIS has also outsourced
part of the procurement of market samples to the
outsourced agents. During the year 390 market samples
were drawn by the outsourced agencies.
22 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
¤¬iºi¬ ¤¤i¬¬ ¬í ¬¬í+ii
·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ¤ -iºi- |¤·t ·i ·-i ¬ ¤ ¤i¬- ¬ «iº - ¤ -|- · ·i-
¬ |¬· ¤¤i¬- ¬ ¤-·i ·i ~i ¬i ¤|u|-|·i-· ¬º- ·i¬ ¬i;¬ ¬·ii|º·i
¬ ¬i·i |-·|-u -·i ¬ ¬-i·ii «-¬ ¬i·i |·u ¬i ·iui t | ;¬ ··i
zeec÷e/ - ¤ i¸|u¬ º«º,
··« --¬ ¬i- - ¬-¤i·i , |«·¬i
¬ -i-ºi , ¤¬ ·« · ¤ ··¬, ¬iº
¤¤-i ·¬ - ·i¬ ¬ · it¬, ¬i |·-¬¬
¬¤¬ººi (| ·| ·i ·- ¤ ¬i º ¬
¬¸ ·-··ii ¬i º ·¸ º«i- ¬i; ¤i¬)
| · ¬ ¬~+ -, ·-~i | · ¬i º
·-~i ¬i · ¬-¤i· (·¸ - ¬ ¬¬i·i)
¤i· ¬-i·ii, ·¸ -, ¬i- -, ·¤·i¤i;
¤i;¤, ·¸ ¤i·i¬i ¤i;¤ u·ii |+|- ·
;-¤iu ¬ ¬-¤i·, -i -º ¬i;|¬¬
¤i¬¬i ¬ |¬· ¬º·ii--¬ t ¬- -,
;¬|·-¬ ¤i-i ¬ ti-º, ¤i·i¬i
;¬¬|-· ¬«¬, ·i·- ti···º,
··i¬i ºi ·ii ¬i· ·--, ·i· ¬ ; ·- ¬iº ¤·¤ ¬ ·i ~i ¬i ·ii|-¬ ¬ºu
t· ¬i;¬ ¬·ii|º·i ¬ ¬i·i zr ¬-i·ii «-¬ ¬i·i |·u ¬i ·; |
íu«:ií íuí¬¬iui ¤¬iºi¬ ¤i¬¬i
·ii -i ··¸ ºi |·· ·ii |·|--iui¬i ¬ |¬· ¬-¤i· ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i ¤¬i
ºti t| ;¬ ·i ·-i - ¬-¤i· ¬i |·|·i·-ui¬i ·i¬ · ¬ ·iiºui·
-i-¬ t u |¬¬i ·ii ¬-¤i· ¬ |¬· ¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- |¬·i ·i ¬¬ui
t |·¬- ¤-iºi- |-|tu ti | ·t ·i ·-i -·÷¤-iºi- ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º
¤¬i; ·iui t |·¬- |·|--iui ¬¬ ·iiºui· -i-¬ ¬ ¬--¤ui
¬|-|·¤u ¬º- ¬ «i· ¬-¤i· ¤º -i-¬ -tº ¬·i ¬¬ui t
|·¬¬ |¬· ¬¬ ¬i;¬ ¬ |··i ··i t| ¬¤- ¬u¬ui ¬|·i·i-i ¬
-i··- ¬ ··¸ ºi ¬-¤i· ¬i ·ºiui ¤º ¬·u |-·ºi-i º·iui t|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¤i-, ·i¸ -i-, « i·¬i· ·i, ¤i ¬, ·--i, ·i¬, t ·ºi,
; ·i - |·i·i, ;-¬i, - ¤i¬, ¤i¬ ·, -¤ -, |-·-· º¬ ·, ¬ ··u ¬º«
¬-iºiu ·¬ ¬; · ·ii ¬i ¬i- -, ¬¬· i ¬ ¬-¤i·, ·¬· ¬iº
¬i¬ - ¬i¬-¬ -, ¬iº¬i¬i«i, ¬i-i·· ¤·i ·-i ¬ ·¬i|--· ¬·¤,
·¬i|--¬ ¬i +i|· · «i u¬ , |·¬-i¬¬ ·i-i-i-º, ¤¬ ·« · ¤ ··¬,
¤ ¬ ·« · |--º¬ ·¬, ;-¤iu ¬ ¬-¤i·, ¤i·i¬i ¬·-iºi |·iu
¬ «¬, ·¬i -·i |u¬ ·i -¬iº -i-º · ¬ |·|·i·- ¬-¤i·i ¬ |¬·
¬i;¬ ¬ ¤ ·i- |¬· t | ··i ¬ ·i ºi- ¬ «¬, |-·¤,·¬i|--¬ ¬i
+i|· · «i u¬ , ·¬i -·i |u¬ ·i -¬iº -i-º ¬i º ¬·|·i·- ¬º -
¤i|¬u ¤|º¤·i |··i ·¬ · ¬ ¬-¤i·i ¬ |¬· ¤i-, · i¬, + i ¬,
-¤ - ¬i º ·ii;¬ · · ¬ · ·ii ¬i s ¬i;¬ ¬ |·· ·· |·¬¬ |·· ·ii
|·|--i ui ·i ·-i ¬ ¬ u· u |·· ·i- ·i¬ ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬ ¬
¬ ··i cr ti ·; t |
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ·iiºui· ¬i·iu¬i ¬ |¬· ·ii ¬-¤i· ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i
¤¬i ºti t| ¬i·iu¬ ;¬i; ¬i ·iiºui· |·|--iui ¬i uºt ti
|¬·i ·iui t ¬iº ¬·t ¬·· ·iiºui· |·|--iui¬i ¬i ·ii |u ti
Review of Certification Operation
In order to acquire feedback on the operation of the BIS
Certification Marks Scheme, review meetings with the
licensees representing significant fields of operations are
organized on a regular basis. In 2006-07, 25 review
meetings with licensees
were organized covering
the areas of Natural
Rubber, Asbestos Cement
Products, Energy Meters,
Packaged Drinking Water,
Solar Flat Plate Collector,
Opti cal Instruments
(Vari ous types of
microscopes and binocular
eyepieces), Zinc Sulphate,
Textile and Textile Products
(Other than Jute),
Pesticides, Jute, Cement,
HDPE Pipes, UPVC Pipes
and Fi tti ngs, Steel
Products, Protective helmet for motorcycle riders, Electric
Water Heaters, PVC Insulated Cables, Building Hardware,
Flameproof Enclosures, Diesel Engine and Pumps.
Foreign Manufacturer Certification Scheme
BIS is operating a product certification scheme for foreign
manufacturers. In this scheme, a licence can be granted
for any product against an Indian Standard specifying
product characteristics, which is amenable to certification.
The scheme operates on self-certification basis, whereby
the manufacturer is permitted to apply the Standard Mark
on the product after ascertaining its conformity to the
Indian Standard licenced for. Through its surveillance
operations, the Bureau maintains a close vigil on the
quality of goods certified. BIS has granted licences for
various products such as Cement, Wood products, Plugs
and socket outlets, RCCBs, Self-ballasted lamps for
general purposes, Plastic Feeding Bottle, Clinical
Thermometers, Packaged Drinking water, Packaged
Natural Mineral water, Steel Products, PVC insulated
cables, Wood products, ac static watthour meter in
different countries such as China, Bhutan, Bangladesh,
France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy,
Nepal, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, UAE. During the year
8 licences were granted for products such as Cables,
Switches, Plastic Feeding Bottles, ac watthour meters
and Residual Current Operated Circuit Breakers in
countries like Italy, China, Greece, France, Spain and
Thailand taking the number of total licences in operation
under Foreign Manufacturers Scheme to 65.
BIS is also operating a product certification Scheme
for Indian Importers. An importing unit is treated as
an Indian manufacturer and licence granted and
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 23
¬i;¬ ¬ |··i ¬iº ¬ ¤i|¬u |¬·i ·iui t| ¬i·iu¬ ;¬i; ¬
¤i¬ ·iiºui· -i-¬i ¬ ¬¤- ¬-¤i· ¬i ¬--¤ui ¬ ¤ºi·iºi ¬
|¬· ¤¸ ºi ¬|··u ¤·i ··ii¬i ti -i ¤i|t·| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ;¬ ·i ·-i
¬ ¬ u·u z ¬i;¬ ¬ ¬ ¤i|¬u ¬º ºti t|
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¬i,,¬í ¬í ¬¬+¤ui ¬i¬¬¬ ¤i¬¬iy
¬i;;¬i ,iºi |·¬u ¬iº ;¬·-i|-¬ ¬-¤i·i -i-u ¬i;;¬i;; ÷
¬i«i, ¬i;;¬i··¸ u·ii ¬i;;¬i;··¬ ·i ·-i¬i ¬ |¬· ui- |···
··i¤i ¬-·¤ui ¬i¬¬- ·i ·-i¬i ¬i ¤¤i¬- |¬·i ·iui t|
i) ¬i,,¬í,,÷¬í«í ¤i¬¬i
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - · ¬ ¬-¤i·i ¬i ¬ |ºi·i ¤·i- ¬ |¬· ·iºi ¬º- ¬iº
-i··ui · - ¬ |¬· ·-¬i«i ¬i ¬--i ·- |··i t, |·-¬ |¬·
·iiºui· |·|--iui¬i ¬i ¬i«i ¤-iºi¤~ ·iºi |¬· ·i ¬¬u t , ·t
¬--i ·- zees u¬ ··i t|
ii) ,¬«<ií¬¬ ¤¬i ¬ í¬y ¬i,,¬í ¬ºiui ¬i¬¬¬ ¤{íu
(¬i,,¬í«¤¸)
;¬ ¤¸|u ¬ ¬ u· u ·iiºu - ¤ ¤i|¬u |-·-|¬|·iu ¬ ·-- ·ii|-¬ t
¬) ·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi ÷ ·t ºi·-i· ¬|·i¸u ¬ -·ii- (·-·¬i;) ¬
-¤ - ¬iº -i-¬i ¬ |-·iiººi ¬ |¬· ·t ºi·-i· -i-¬
¬ ·-- (·-·¬¬i ) ¬ -¤ - ¬i· ¬ºui t |·¬ ¤º · ·i -
¤¸|u ¬ ¤« ·i- ¬i ¤¸ ºi ·i|·-· t|
·i) y¬<í«¤¸¬í í¬«:ii¬¤ ÷ ·t -¸ ~· |-·¤ºi ¬iº |-·ºi-i
¬ ·i|·-· ¬ ¬i·i ºi·-i· ¤·· ·iºi |-ºi·iºii~i· (·-·¬¬i;)
¬ -¤ - ¬i· ¬ºui t|
·) y¬¤íy¬ uªii y¬<í«¤¸¬í ¬í +i>í¤ ¤¤i¬:ii¬iy ÷
·t ºi·-i· ¬ ·i·ii ·i- ¬ ·i (·-¬i·¬) ¤·i- ¬ºui t, ·i
¤¸|u ¬i ¬ ·i·ii ·i- ¬-·i- · ui t|
;¬ ¤¸|u ¬ ¬ u·u ·-·¬i; ,iºi |·|--iui¬i , |·uº¬i u·ii
¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i ·-·¬¬i; ,iºi |¬· ·· -¸ ~· |-·¤ºi ¬ ¬i·iiº
¤º ¬--i ·- ¤·i- |¬· ·iu t | ¬--i ·- ¤·i- ¬º- ¬ «i·
·-·¬¬i; ,iºi ;- ;¬i;·i ¬ |-ºi·iºi ·iº ·ii |¬· ·iu t |
¤¤i¬- ¬i ¬-· ¤¸|u ¬i |-· ~ºi ·iiºui· ºi·-i· |-·ºi-i
···-·ii |··ººi ,iºi |¬·i ·iui t, ·i ¤-· ¬ ·ii|-¬ ¬ ·-- ¬
¬i·i ¬i |··ººi · - ¬ ¬i·i ·iiºu - ¬¤-i; ·i- ·i¬i ¬--i ·-
¬i ¤¸|u ·ii ¤·i- ¬ºui t|
iii) íu-¤i<¬ uiuiuººi ¬ í¬y íuuu ¤¤¬ººii zu ¬i¬¬i
¬ ¤¬iºi¬ ¬í ¬i,,¬í ,y«¬ ¤i¬¬i (¬i,,¬í ,y«¬)
·iiºu - ¬i; ; ¬i ; ··¬ ·i ·-i ¬ ¤ i¤¬- ¬ ¤ i · ·i u ¬ ·ii|·u ¬i·ii
¬i · ·iu t · ·iiºu ¬ ºi·- i· -i-¬ |-¬i· ¬ -¤ - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi -
ºi·- i· ¬·-· |-¬i· ¬ -¤ - -·i¬iº ¬º- ¬ |¬· ¬i· ·- ·-i
|¬·i t | ¬i; ; ¬i ; ··¬ |-·-i ¬ ¬- ¬iº ¬i; ; ¬i ; ··¬ ·i ·-i
- ¬·-·ui ¬ |¬· ·iiºu ¬i ¬i· ·- ¬- -i |·u ti ··i t |
operated i n manner si mi l ar to other Indi an
manufacturers. The importing unit should setup a fully
equipped laboratory for testing the product for its
conformity to Indian Standard. BIS is operating 2
licences under this scheme.
INTERNATIONAL SCHEMES
Conformity Assessment Schemes of IEC
IEC operates mainly 3 world wide conformity assessment
schemes for electrical and electronic products, namely
IECEE-CB, IECQ and IECEx Schemes.
i) IECEE-CB Scheme
BIS has been approved as Issuing and Recognizing NCB
for select categories of products for which it can issue CB
certificates to Indian manufacturers and the approval is
valid up to 2008.
ii) IEC Quality Assessment System for Electronic
Components (IECQ)
Under the system presently operated in India, following
organizations are involved:
a) BIS – Acts as National Authorized Institution (NAI)
having overall responsibility of managing the system
in the country and National Standards Organization
(NSO) for formulation of standards.
b) STQC Directorate – Acts as National Supervising
Inspectorate (NSI) having responsibility of appraisal
and surveillance.
c) NPL and Regional Laboratories of STQC – Act to
provide National Calibration Services (NCS) which
provides calibration support to the system.
Under this system, approvals are granted by NAI to
manufacturers, distributors and laboratories on the basis
of appraisal done by NSI. After the approval is granted,
surveillance visits are also paid to these units by NSI.
Overall system of operation is governed by Indian
National Statement of Surveillance Arrangements which
provides details of functions of each organization involved
and also the system of the approval followed in India.
iii) IEC EX Scheme for Certification to Standards for
Electrical Equipments for Explosive Atmospheres
(IEC EX)
In view of the benefits likely to accrue from the operation
of the IEC Ex Scheme in India, BIS as the National
Standards Body of India submitted the application for being
accepted as National Member Body. In accordance with
the IEC Ex Rules, India's Application for membership in
the IEC Ex Scheme has been approved.
24 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
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¬i,¬¬ n«i¬ ¬º¬ ¬í ¤íu¤iíuíti ¬i ¬º¬í¬ººi ÷ ¬i;¬ ¬
¤·i- ¬º- - ¬·- ·i¬ ¬-· ¬i ¬- ¬º- ¬ ¬¤i· |¬· ·· t |
¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- ¬º- - ¬|·i¬ ¬-· ¬·- - ·i ··i- · - ·i¬i ·¬
¤-·i «i·ii --¸ -i ¬ ¤ºi·iºi - ¬·- ·i¬i ¬-· t| -; ¬º¬
¤|¬·i|·|·i ¬ ¬ u·u ;¬ «ui·i ··i t ¬iº ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i
¬--i |·u ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬ ¬i· ·¬i ,iºi --¸ -i ¬ ¤ºi·iºi ¬ºi- ¬
¬i·iiº ¤º ¬i;¬ ¬ |·· ·i ºt t | ;¬¬ ¬·- ·i¬i ¬¬ ¬-· «
-it ¬ ·i- ¬º · -it ºt ··i t| ¬i· ·¬i ¬i ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi
¬|·i¬iºi ¬ ·iº ¬ -·ii- ¤º ·¬ ¤i-· ¬|·i· ui ,iºi ¬-·i|¤u
¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- ¬º- ¬i ¤¸ · ·iu ¤i- ¬i ·¬ ·¬|~¤¬ -i· ·ii
|··i ··i t u·ii|¤, +¬-·-¤ ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬|·i¬i|º·i ,iºi
|·|--i ºi ¬i º ¤ºi·iºi ¬·¬ º¤-i ¬i |-º uºui ¬i º ¬- º·iºi ¬ |-|·¤u
¬º-i ·iºi ºt ·i| ¤- ¬i· ·-i - ·i ui ¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- ¬º- ¬
|¬· ¬i-i·· ¤|¬·i|·|·i ¬·i·i ¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- ¬º- ¬i ¬º¬i¸u
¤|¬·i|·|·i ¬ ¬-¬iº ¬i· ·- ¬º- ¬i |·¬~¤ |··i ·iui t|
-uºi,º¬u ¬ ¬i·i¸·iºii ¬í zi¬¬ií¬¬ ¤i¬¬i
·i·i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- ·i|·u¬i¬ººi ·· ¬º¬i¬ººi ¬ ¬i·i···-
¬ ;¬ ·i ·-i - ¬~¬ ·i-i· ·|¸ t; t| |·-i ¬ · ¬¤¬ zeec ¬i
-·ºi ¬i·i¸ ·iºii ¬ ti¬-i|¬ · t u ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬ ··i · «·e ¬ ««
¬º s· -i¤, zee/ u¬ s «cc ti ·; t| ;¬i ¤¬iº º·u
¬i·i¸ ·iºii ,·-u¬i ¬ |¬· º·u ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬ ··i · ¬¤¬, zeec
¬i zs ¬ «« ¬º s· -i¤, zee/ ¬i z«z ti ·; t|
·i |·u¬i¬ººi ·· ¬º¬i¬ººi ¬ «i· ¤ ·i- |¬· ·i- ·i¬
¤ |u-it ¬i ¬u- ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬ ··i ·c ·ii, ·i · ¬¤ ¬ zeec
¬ s· -i¤ , zee/ ¬i ¬·|·i - ¬~¬ ·i-i· -¤ ¬ «« ¬º ·ss
¤ |u -it ti ·; t |
··i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- ti¬-i¬ |¬· ·· -·ºi ¬i·i¸ ·iºi,·-u·
s«./s ¬i·i ºti| ¤|u -it ti¬-i¬ ¬i ·; ¬i¬u ·-u¬i ¬i
¬ ··i zeer÷ec - «.ss ¬i·i ¤|u-it ¬ «« ¬º ;¬ ··i /.ss
¬i·i ¤|u -it ti ·; t|
¤ºi·ii|º·i ¬ ¤i·u +i·«¬ ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º ;¬ ·i ·-i - ¬i· ·- ¤¤~
- ¬¤··u ¤|º·u- ¬ºu t· ¤- ¬ ·ii ·i- |¬· ·· t ¬iº |·|·i·-
·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i ¬ ¬ u·u ¬i- ·i¬ «t ¬ ·i¬i ¬i¬-¬ -i ·i¬
¬i·i¸ ·iºi |--iui¬i ¬ ¬i·i ·¬ ·ii·ii ¬i·i¬· ,iºi ¬ ··i· ¬ u|¬·i
¬ |¬· -i···ii |¬¸i u |-·ii|ºu |¬· ·· t | ¤- «t ¬ ·i¬i
¬i¬-¬ - ·i¬ ¬i·i¸ ·iºi |--iui¬i ¬i ¤·i- ¬i;¬ ¬ ¬ «i· ¬·¬
¬i¬-¬ - ¬ |¬· zr ¤|u·iu ¬i |º·i·u ¬i ¬--|u ·i ·; t|
-·ºi ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ti¬-i|¬ · ·i ·-i ·¬ uui· ¤·i ¤-iºi-
·i ·-i t |·¬- ¬i;¬ ¬·iiºi ¬i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi -i··ui ¤i·u
¬i¬¬- ¬i º ti ¬-i|¬ · ¬ ·· i ,iºi ti ¬-i¬ |¬· ·· ¬i·i¸ ·iºi,·-u ·
|-¬ ¬¬ui t | ¬ ··i ¬i ¬i¬¬- ¬iº ti¬-i|¬ · ¬ ··i ¬i
-i··ui ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi -i-·º· ¬ ¤i¬- ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º -i··ui
·i ·iui t, ·i ¬i;·¬,¬i;·¬¬i ,¬i;;¬i ·/ezr ¤ºi·iºi ¬iº
¬ ·i·ii ·i- ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i ¬·i-ui t u ¬i-i·· ¬i···¬ui¬i ¤º
NEW INITIATIVES TAKEN
Simplification of Procedure for Grant of Licence –
Initiative has been taken to reduce the time taken for
grant of licence. One of the major factors which
contributed towards delay in grant of licence was the
time taken in testing of sample. Under the new
simplified procedure, this has been addressed and
licence is being granted based on samples got tested
by applicants from BIS approved labs. This has
significantly reduced the time period from 4 months to
1 month. An alternate option has also been provided
to the applicants to get the pre-requisite for grant of
licence verified by a Chartered Engineer in place of
visit by a BIS officer. However, subsequently, visits by
BIS officers would continue to ensure continuance
and maintenance of manufacturing and testing
infrastructure. Further, applicants are given an option
to apply either as per Normal Procedure for grant of
licence or as per Simplified Procedure grant of licence.
Hallmarking Scheme of Gold/Silver Jewellery
With the implementation of the simplified and rationalized
scheme for Hallmarking, the Scheme has significantly
grown during the year 2006-07. The number of licences
for Hallmarking of gold jewellery has grown from 1 410 on
1 April 2006 to 3 466 as on 31 March 2007. Similarly
the number of silver licences for Hallmarking of silver
jewellery / artifacts has grown from 23 on 1 April 2006 to
242 as on 31 March 2007.
The average number of licences granted per month before
simplification and rationalization were 16 per month, which
has significantly grown to 189 per month during the period
1April 2006 to 31 March 2007.
94.73 lakh articles of gold jewellery/artifacts have been
hallmarked during the year 2006-07. Average quantity
hallmarked per month has grown to 7.89 lakh/month in
this year from 4.33 lakh/month in the year 2005-06.
Based on the feedback received from stakeholders, the
Scheme has been further modified by making appropriate
changes in the application form and formulating guidelines
for centralized interaction by one Branch Office with the
jewellers having multi chain outlets falling under different
Branch Offices. Further, Jewellers having multi chain
outlets have been permitted 25 percent discount for every
subsequent outlet after the first licence.
The BIS Hallmarking Scheme for gold is a third party
certification scheme in which the licensees can get
their jewellery/artifacts hallmarked by the BIS
recognized Assaying & Hallmarking (A&H) Centres.
Recognition is granted to Centres, on the basis of
compliance to BIS criteria for recognition of A&H
centres which is based on IS/ISO/IEC 17025 'General
requirements for the competence of testing and
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 25
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ti¬-i|¬ · ¬ ··i ¬i ¬ ··i sc ¬ «« ¬º «r ti ·; t|
¬·«í¤ ¬zi¤ui ¬ ·iiºu ¬ -uºi ¬i¬¬¬,¬i·i¸·iºii ¬í
zi¬¬ií¬¬ ¬·«i ¬í -ªii¤¬i ¬í ¤i¬¬i ¬i ¬i¤i·u¤¬
ti¬-i|¬ · ¬i ¤i -¬it- · - u·ii ;¬ · ·i ·iº - +¬i- - ¬ti·ui
· - ¬ |¬· -··«º zeer - ·¬·i ¤ ¤··ii· ·i ·-i ¬ ¬ u·u
¬º¬iº ,iºi ¬ ··i· ¬ti·ui ¬ ¤i·i |·¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º ¤- ··
sr |· ¬i - -·ºi ¬i·i¸ ·iºii ¬i ti¬-i|¬ · ¬iº ¬i¬¬- ¬ ··i ¬i
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|¬· ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-i ¬i ¬i·i ·- ;¬ ·|·- ¬ ¬i·i |·u |¬·i
·i ºti t |¬ ¬·t ti¬-i|¬ · ·i ·-i ¬i ¬i···¬ui· ¬-=i; ·i
¬¬| ··i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- |·i~¤¬iºi ¬ |¬· ·i ¤|·i·iºi
¬i·¬-i ¬i ¬i·i ·- ·-·ºi zee/ - -|ºi¤i¬ u·ii -i¤ zee/ -
-·«; - |¬·i ··i t| ;-¬i ¬i·i ·- ·iiºui· º-- ·· ¬i·i¸ ·iºi
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zi¬¬ií¬¬ ¬ íu·i¤ ¬ ¤¤iº
· ·i - -·ºi ¬i·i¸ ·iºi ··i¤iº - ¤·ii·i ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬º·ii ¬ |¬·
ti¬-i|¬ · ¬i ¤i -¬it- · - t u ··i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- ·sc
·i·-¬ui ¬i· ¬-i ¬i ¬i·i ·- |·|·i·- ·i ~i· ¬i º ·ii·ii ¬i·i ¬·i
,iºi · ·i - |¬·i ··i| ;-- ¬ ¬s ¬i·¬-i ¬i ¬···iui,
¤ºi·ii|º·i ¬ ¤-··i «iu¤iu ¬iº +i··i¬ ¬ - ¬ |¬·, ·ii -i ··¸ ºi
¬ ¬·¤ ¤« ·i ,iºi ¬i ·;|
¬¤ºi ·u ¬i·¬-i ¬ ¬|u|º·u · ·i·iº ¬ |·|·i·- ¬-i¤iº ¤~i -
ti¬-i|¬ · ·i ·-i ¬ ¬i·ii ¬ |··i· - ¬¤·ii ·ui¬i ,¬i·i¸ ·iºi |--i ui¬i
¬ «i¤ ·i·-¬ui +¬i- ¬ |¬· zse |·¬i¤- ·iºi |¬· ··|
calibration laboratories'. During the year, the number
of BIS recognized assaying and hallmarking centres
has grown to 45 from 36.
Implementation of the Scheme for Setting Up of
Gold Assaying / Hallmarking Centres in India with
Central Assistance
For promoting Hallmarking and help it to spread
across the country, a scheme of setting up of Assaying
and Hallmarking centres for gold jewellery in 35 select
districts on a pilot basis with central assistance was
approved by Government under the 10th Five Year
plan in November 2005. The scheme has been
extended to the 11th Five year Plan.
Under the scheme selected applicants would be given
one time financial assistance @ 15 percent of cost of
machinery and equipment subject to maximum of Rs.
15 lakhs per centre for all states, which was further
revised for locations of north-east and special category
states, namely Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh
and Uttaranchal to one time financial assistance @
30 percent of cost of machinery and equipment subject
to maximum of Rs. 30 lakhs per centre.
In response to the advertisements issued during the period,
two centres one each at Visakhapatnam and Jaipur were
recognized by BIS. Based on feedback received centres
at Meerut, Ludhiana, Madurai, Siliguri, Salem, Mysore,
and Mangalore are likely to come up shortly.
Training for Artisans: The training programmes for
artisans with jewellers are being organized with a
view to make them understand the requirements of
hallmarking scheme. During 2006-07, two training
programmes for artisans have been organized, one at
Manipal in January 2007 and the other at Mumbai in
March 2007. These have been organi zed i n
coordination with Indian Institute of Gems & Jewellery,
Mumbai and Mani pal Insti tute of Jewel l ery
Management, Manipal respectively.
Publicity about Hallmarking
To promote hallmarking in the country for effective
consumer protection in gold jewellery trade, 136
awareness programmes were organized during the
year 2006-07 by various Regional and Branch offices
across the country. Some of these programmes were
chaired by the top management of BIS for direct
interaction and taking feedback from the stakeholders.
In addition to the above programmes 290 advertisements
were released in various newspapers across the country
for spreading awareness among the consumers/jewellers
about the benefits of Hallmarking Scheme.
26 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
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ti ¬-i|¬ · ·i ·-i ¬i ¬i-¸ -i
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¬-=iu ¬ ¤i¬- ¬ ¬i·i¸ ·iºi ¬ |-·iu - ¬|··ii |-¬ ·i|
¤¸ºií¤¤¬ y-¬ ¬ií¤¬¬ (yy,y¬i) ¬í ¬«-¤ui
-¸ ~··i- ·iiu¬i ¬ |-· ~ºi ¬iº -tºi ¬- ¤º ¬-=iu ¬i -·ii·i
¬|-|u ¬i rs·i «-¬ - ·ii· ¬ - ¬ |¬· ·· ·iiºui· |·i·-- ·¬ ¬
·iº ¬i |º¤i - ¬iº ·s÷·s |¬u·«º zeec ¬i ¤i· - ¬i·i |·u
·¸ ºi ¤i· ¬i¬¬- ¬i·i¬· ¬ ·i (·;·¬i ) ¬i «-¬ ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º ·iiºu
(·ii -i ··¸ ºi ) ·;·¬i ¬ ¬·-· «-- ¬ -i-¬ ¬i ¬¸i |u¬ -¤ ¬
¬--i ·- |··i ··i ¬iº ;¬ ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ¬i·¬i|ººii ¬|-|u ¬
¬--i ·- ¬ «i· ·iiºu ¬º¬iº ¬ ¬--i ·- t u ·i ·i ·i ºti t|
·;·¬i ¬i ¬·-· «-- ¬ - ¬ ·¬ ¬¤·i ·i u¬-i¬i ·i-¬iºi
|-¬ ·i, «|~¬ ·iiºui· ¬i¬¬- ¬iº ti¬-i|¬ · ¬ ··i ,iºi ºi¬ ·
ºi |«- ¤ºi·iºii - ·ii· ¬ - ¬ ;- ¬ ··i ¬i ¬i·i -·ii|¤u ¬º- -
¬ti·ui |-¬ ·i ¬iº u¬-i¬i ¬ ··ii - ·iiºu ,iºi |·· -i ¬-=iu
¬ ¬|·i·tºi - ¬|··ii |-¬ ·i|
Market Survey of Non-Hallmarked Jewellery– On the
advice of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, a market survey
was got conducted during the year 2006 in 16 cities. Out
of 162 samples taken and
tested for puri ty, 146
samples (90%) were found
short in purity with average
shortfall of 13.5 percent and
maximum shortfall of 44.66
percent.
Draft Bureau of Indian
Standards (Hallmarking of
Precious Metals)
Regulations, 2007 – To
provide a legal back up to
Hallmarking scheme, Draft
Bureau of Indian Standards
(Hallmarking of Precious
Metals) Regulations were
formulated and after the
approval of Executi ve
Committee(EC), were sent
to Government of India for
approval.
Accession to Vienna
Convention on Control
and Marking of Precious
Metals – As a part of ongoing
efforts for accessi on to
Vi enna Conventi on the
meeti ng of the Standi ng
Committee of the convention
was attended by an Indian
delegation in September
2006 at Prague and March
2007 in Geneva. Accession
to the conventi on wi l l
facilitate export of jewellery.
Membership of Association of European Assay Offices
(AEAO)
Based on the report of visit of Indian Delegation to attend
59th Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Convention
on Control and Marking of Precious Metals and meeting
of Association of European Assay Offices (AEAO) held on
18-19 September 2006 at Prague, the matter of India (BIS)
becoming a member of AEAO has been approved in
principle and is being sent for Government approval after
the approval of EC, BIS is obtained.
Becoming member of AEAO will not only provide useful
technical information but participation in Round Robin tests
by Indian Assaying and Hallmarking centres will help
establish the credibility of the centres and will facilitate
accession to the Vienna convention by India in technical
terms.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 27
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·i ºi- ··¸ ·-·¬¬i·¬ ¬ ¬ u· u ¤ |u|·-u ¬ ·-- · ¬ |·· ·ii
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MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION
BIS continued to provide the following Certification services
as per International/National standards for management
systems:
a) Quality Management Systems Certification Scheme
as per IS/ISO 9001 : 2000
b) Environmental Management Systems Certification
Scheme as per IS/ISO 14001 : 2000
c) Hazards Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP)
Scheme as per IS 15000 : 1998
d) Occupational Health and Safety Management
Systems Certification Scheme as per IS 18001 : 2000
For the promotion of various Management Systems
Certification (MSC) schemes, a number of appreciation
programmes were conducted and presentations were also
made in various organizations.
The income generated during the year from various MSC
Schemes was Rs. 25 million.
Quality Management Systems Certification Scheme
BIS Quality Management Systems Certification Scheme
(QMSCS) as per IS/ISO 9001 was launched in September
1991 under the provisions of the Bureau of Indian
Standards Act, 1986. The Scheme is being operated in
accordance wi th ISO/IEC Gui de 62 – General
requirements for bodies operating assessment and
certification/registration of quality systems.
The Scheme continued to grow and during 2006-07, 74
Quality Management Systems Certification licences have
been granted. During the year, under QMSCS, prestigious
organizations like Directorate General Foreign Trade
(DGFT), NTPC, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd.
Food Corporation of India, National Railway Museum,
HAL, Bhakra Beas
Management Board, Export
Credi t Guarantee
Corporati on (ECGC) of
Indi a, Bharat Sanchar
Ni gam Ltd. (BSNL),
Calcutta Medical Research
Insti tute, Tel ecom
Regul atory Authori ty of
Indi a (TRAI), Regi onal
Passport Office, Ordnance
Factories, Hospitals, Army
Base workshops, Canara
Bank and Andhra Bank
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see· zeee ,iºi ¤ -i|ºiu |¬·i ··i|
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·ii -i ··¸ºi ·ºiui ¤«·i ¤¸|u ¤-iºi- ¬i zs ¤-·i ¬i|·i¬
·|u|·|·i·i ¬ |¬· ºi· ·¸ º ·¬ |·- -i (¬iº·i·), -i·º¬ · ,iºi
¤-·i|·u |¬·i ··i t| «ui; ·; ¬i···¬ui¬i ¬ ¤i¬- ¬i ¤|·-
¬ |¬· ¬iº·i· ,iºi ;¬ ·i ·-i ¬i |-·|-u ¬ ·ii ¤ºi·iºi |¬·i
·iui t| ¬iº·i· ,iºi ·÷r -; zeec ¬ ·iºi- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi
··¸ ·-·¬ ¬ |¬· |-·ºi-i ¬ ·ii ¤ºi·iºi |¬· ··|
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t| ·t ¤-·i·- zz |·¬·«º zeer ¬ ¤·ii·i t¬i t ¬iº z· |·¬·«º
zees u¬ ··i t| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi ·iiºui· ·ºiui ¤|º·i· ¬ ¬¤-
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¬ti ··i t| ·-·«i¬i«i, ··¸ ¬i¬i; - zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- ·ii -i
··¸ ºi ··¸ ·-·¬ ¬ |¬· ¤·i- |-·ºi-i ¬ ·ii ¤ºi·iºi |¬·i|
«iiu¬í¬u zií¬ íu:¬ ·iºi uªii ui íu¬ í¬¤·>ºi í«·«
(y¤y¬í¬í¤í)
·ii¬·|-u ti|- |··¬ ·iºi u·ii |-··~ºi |«·· (·¤·¬i¬i¤i) ·ii¬i·-
¬-¤i·- - ¬¸ ·-·i·i u·ii ¬·· ·i |·i-i ¬i ¤ui ¬·i- ¬iº ¬·t
ºi¬- ¬ |¬· u·iº ¬i ·; ·¬ ¤|¬·i |-··~ºi ¤¸|u t|
·¤·¬i¬i¤i ¬i ¬¤·i · ¤¸ ºi ·ii¬i·- ¬ ·i¬i÷ ¬-¤i·¬ ¬ ¬ |u-
¬¤·ii ·ui u¬ |¬·i ·i ¬¬ui t ¬i º ·t ·i ·-i ¬i; ·¬
·reee ·sss ÷ ·ii¬ -·i-·· |·¬i- ÷ ·¤·¬i¬i¤i ¤¸|u·i u·ii
-i···ii |¬¸i ui ¤º ¬i·ii|ºu t ·i u¬-i¬i -¤ ¬ ¬i · ·¬
·|¬- - |º·¬ -- ·· ·¬i-i- ÷ s/,·s· ¬ ¬-¬·i t| s· -i¤
zee/ ¬ ¬-¬iº ·¤·¬i¬i¤i ·¬i¸u ·ºiui ¤¸|u ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i
¬ utu c/ ¬·¤|-·i ¤¤i|¬u ·ii | ¤-iºi- ¬ |¬· ¬¤-i; ·;
¤|¬·i ·ºiui ¤¸|u ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i ¬i ¤|¬·i ·¬i t| ·t ·i ·-i
|-·iu¬i ¬i ·ii¬ u·ii ·ii¬ ¬-¤i·i ¬ ·i ~ - |··i ·i ¬º ¬- |º¬i
u·ii ·¸ ºi ¤ ·¬ · ·ii ¬i |-·iu ¬ -i-¬i - -·· ¬º ·i| ·ii -i
··¸ ºi ,iºi ¬i;·¬ ·reee ¬ ¬-¬iº ·¬ --º· ¬¬i - ·¤·¬i¬i¤i
¤-iºi- ·i ·-i ¬i ·ii ¤-ui· |··i ·iui t|
have been certified by BIS for
ISO 9001 : 2000. The total
number of operative licences as
on 31 March 2007 is 1 274 (see
Fig. 4).
BIS QMSC has licences from
overseas as wel l namel y,
Bhutan and Kabul. The licence
at Kabul has been recently
granted to the Afghani stan
Reconstruction & Development
Services which is the first ever
such certificate granted to any
organization in Afghanistan.
Accreditation of BIS Quality Management Systems
Certification Schemes
BIS Quality Management Systems Certification has been
accredited by Raad voor Accreditatie (RvA), Netherlands
for 23 major economic activities. The scheme is regularly
audited by RvA to confirm compliance to the laid down
requirements. RvA had undertaken the surveillance audit
for BIS QMS during the period 1-5 May 2006.
Besides RvA accreditation, BIS QMSCS has also been
accredited by National Accreditation Board for Certification
Bodies (NABCB) of Quality Council of India (QCI) for 9
economic sectors. The accreditation has been effective
from 22 December 2005 and is valid upto 21 December
2008. BIS is further taking up with QCI to include additional
scope sectors in their accreditation certificate. NABCB,
QCI had undertaken first surveillance audit for BIS QMS
during 2006-07.
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point
Certification (HACCP)
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a
process control system designed to identify and prevent
microbial and other hazards in food production. HACCP
can be applied throughout the food chain from primary
producer to final consumer. This scheme is based on
IS 15000 : 1998 'Food Hygiene – HACCP Systems and
Guidelines' which is technically equivalent to the Codex
Alimentarious Commission Standard ALINORM – 97/13A,
the International Standard on the subject. Under the
HACCP Integrated Quality Management Systems
Certification Scheme 67 certified companies were in
operation as on 31 March 2007. The process followed for
certification is similar to the process of QMSCS. This
scheme will help the exporters in the field of food and
food products especially for export to the countries like
USA and Europe. BIS also offers a standalone HACCP
Certification Scheme as per IS 15000.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 29
¤¤iuººi ¤«·ti ¤{íu ¤¬iºi¬ ¤i¬¬i
·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ,iºi ¬i;·¬,¬i;·¬¬i ·«ee· ¬ ¬-¬iº
·i- ¬i ·; ¤·i·ººi ¤« ·i ¤¸|u (;·-·¬) ¬i ¬i ¬|¤·ui ·iºi
t| ··i ¬ ·iºi- ze ;·-·¬ ¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- |¬· ·· , |·¬¬
s· -i¤ zee/ ¬i ¤¤i|¬u ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬ ··i «« ¬º ·z« ti ·;|
;- ¬i;¬ ¬i - ·¬i¸u ;-¤iu ¬ · ~, ·i-¬ ¤i·º ¬ · ~, · ºi -i|-¬
¬¬i ·, ¤º-iºi ¬·i -- ·i-, ·-~i|·, ·¬i|--¬, ¬i- -, |--iºi,
·¬u |«·¬i u·ii ·¸ º÷¬ ¤iº ¬ «¬, ¤ -i |¬·- |º+i;-ºi, ¬i--i·i¬
u·ii ¬i¬i |·¬ u·ii |·-+i -¬ º¬i·-, º ¬· ··- ·¬·ii¤, ·i--
·¬ ¤i¬i |·¬i ·i ~ ·ii|-¬ t |
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cc - «-i· ·· ¬ uºi·-i· -i-·º·i ¬ ¬-¬iº |¬·i ·iui t|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬¤-i ;·-·¬ ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i¬i ¬ ¤-·i·- ¬ |¬·
·iiºui· ·ºiui ¤|º·i· ¬ ·-·«i¬i«i - ¬i· ·- |¬·i t| ¤¬ ·i
¬ ·ii¤ºi·iºi ¬i ¬i· ·-·«i¬i«i ¬ ¬i·i ¤¸ ºi |¬·i ··i t u·ii
¬i·i¬· ¬i¬¬-,··iti ¬ ·ii ¤ºi·iºi ¬i ·i ·-i ¬¤¬ zee/ ¬
¬º- ¬i t|
·¤iu¬ií¤¬ -ui-ª¤ uªii ¬ º+ii ¤ « ti ¤{íu ¤ ¬iºi¬
¤i ¬¬i
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ·-·ºi zees - ¬i; ·¬ ·see· zeee ¬ ¬-¬iº
¬i ·¤· ··¬·-·¬ ¤-iºi- ·i- |¬·i |·¬¬ ¬ ·-- |¬¬i ¬i
¬i-¸ -i ¬i···¬ui¬i ¬iº ·iuºi ¬iº ·i |·i-i ¬ «iº - ¬¸ ¤-i ¬i
··i- º·iu t· |··t ¬ ·-- |-·|·~u ¬º ¬¬ui t ¬iº ¬¤-
¬-¤i|º·i u·ii ¬·· ¬i·i, |·-¬i -·i-·· u·ii ¬º·ii ;¬¬
¬i·¬¬i¤i ¬ ¤·ii|·u t, ¬ |¬· -i|u u·ii ¬·· ¤|º·ii|·iu ¬º
¬¬ui t, ·i ·-i «-i ¬¬ui t, ¬iº ¤« ·i ¬º ¬¬ui t| ··i ¬
·iºi- s· -i¤ zee/ u¬ s ¬i ·¤· ··¬·-·¬ ¬i;¬ ¬ ¤·i- ¬ºu
t· ¬¬ ¤¤i|¬u ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬ ··i ss ti ·;| ;- ¬i;¬ ¬i -
·i-¬ ¤i·º ¬ · ~, |¬º |-¬ ¬¬i ·, ¬i;|¬¬ ¬¬i ·, ·¬ ¤i·º
-- ·i-, -·i-·· ¬ ·i ¬iº ¬-¤iºi |·¬i¬ ¬ · ·¬ ¤i¬i |·¬i ·i ~
·ii|-¬ t |
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¤i¬¬iy
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( ·+·¬·-·¬) ¤º
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¤¬i·i- ¬ ·ii -i ··¸ ºi -
;¬ ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬ ¬i
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zzeee zeer ¬ -¤ -
Environmental Management Systems Certification
Scheme
The Envi ronmental Management Systems (EMS)
Certification Scheme launched by BIS as per IS/ISO
14001, continues to be popular. During the year, 20 EMS
licences have been granted making a total of operative
licences to 124 as on 31 March 2007. These licences
cover technology areas like integrated steel plants, thermal
power plants, aeronautical industries, atomic power
stations, textiles, plastic, cement, construction, electrical
and telecommunication cables, petroleum refinery,
insecticides, industrial and explosive chemicals, railway
wagon workshops, mining etc.
The EMS Certification Scheme is operated as per
International criteria laid down in ISO/IEC Guide 66.
BIS has applied to NABCB of QCI for accreditation of
its EMS Certification Scheme. Document audit has
al ready been compl eted wi th NABCB and offi ce
assessment/witness audit is being planned for April
2007.
Occupational Health and Safety Management
Systems Certification Scheme
BIS launched Occupational Health and Safety Management
Systems (OH&SMS) certification as per
IS 18001 : 2000, in January 2003, which essentially enables
an organization to define, plan and manage a policy and
objectives, taking into account legislative requirements and
information about significant hazards and risks, which the
organization can control and over which it can be expected
to have an influence, to protect its employees and others,
whose health and safety may be affected by the activities
of the organization. During the year, 9 OH&SMS licences
have been granted making a total of operative licences to
33 as on 31 March 2007. The licences cover technology
areas like thermal power plants, ceramic industry, cycle
industry, gas power station, health services and employee
development centre.
It may be mentioned that IS
18001 is the first National
standard world wide on the
subject which is amenable
to certification.
New Management
Systems Certification
Schemes
a) With the publication of
ISO 22000 on Food Safety
Management Systems
(FSMS), BIS has adopted
this International Standard
as IS/ISO 22000 : 2005.
30 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
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¬ ·--i ¬i ·ii¬ ¬ º·ii ¤« ·i ¤¸|u ¬i·i ···- ¬i ¬- -|u · ui
t ¬i º ·t ·¤·¬i¬i¤i ¤¸|u ¬i u ¬-i - ·ii · i ¬|·i¬ ··i¤¬
t | ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ·+·¬·-·¬ ¬ |¬· ·ii ¤ -iºi- ·i ·-i·
¬iº ·i ¬i t ¬i º ·+·¬·-·¬ ¤ -iºi- t u ¬·· ·-ui· ·i ¬
¬i·i ¬i· ·¬i ¬ |¬· -i· ··ii |¬¸i u |-·ii |ºu |¬· t |
·i) ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬i ¬ ¬ ·i ¬ ·--i ¬ |¬· ¬ ·i ·ºiui ¤º
¬i;·¬ ·r/ee zeer |-·ii|ºu |¬·i t| ·iiºu ¬º¬iº - ·ii
-i ··¸ ºi ¬ ·r/ee zeer ¬ |¬· ¤-iºi- t u ·e |··ii·i ¬i
¤-i t| ·t -i-¬ ¬ uu ¬º¬iº ¬iº -i·|º¬ ¬ uºi¤·- ¤º
··i- ¬ |··u ¬º- ·· ¬i ¬ ¬ ·i ¤·i· ¬i ·ºiui - ¬·iiº
¬i- ¬ ¬· ·· ¬ ¬i ¬ ¬ ·i ¬ ·-·ii ¬ ¬i·i |·|·i·- -¤ ¬
¬|·i¬|~¤u |¬·i ··i t| ;¬ |··i· - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - -i···ii
|¬¸i ui , ·i ¤ ¬¸ |¤·i ¬iº ¬·· ¬·ii ¤¬ ·ii ¬i |·¬i¬ |¬·i
t ¬iº ¬« ·t ¤-iºi- ¬ |¬· u·iº t|
·) ¬¸ ¤-i ¬º·ii ¤« ·i ¤¸|u (¬i;·¬·-·¬), ¬i;·¬,¬i;·¬¬i
z/ee· zeer ¬ ¬-¬iº ¬¸¤-i ¬º·ii ¤«·i ¤¸|u ¬i
-·ii¤-i, ¬i·i···-, |-·ºi-i, º·i÷º·ii· ¬iº ¬·iiº ¬ |¬·
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¬ ·-- ¬i ¬¸ ¤-i ¬º·ii ¬i···¬ui¬i ¬iº ¬¸ ¤-i ¬º·ii ¬
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·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤-iºi- -tº (¬i;·¬¬i; -tº) ¬i ·ºiui¤¸ ºi ¬-¤i·i ¬
¤|u =¬i· º·i- ·i¬ ¬¤·ii ·ui¬i ¬ «i¤ ·¬ ¬·si s|· t| ¬u
¬¤·ii ·ui ¬iº ¬i·i ti ¬ ·|-u ¬ ui ·º÷¬i;·¬ ¬-¤i·i ¬i u¬-i
- ¬i; ·¬ - tº ·i¬ ¬-¤i·i ¬i ¬|·i¬ ¤ i·i|-¬ui · u t | ¬i; ·¬¬i;
-tº ¬i «« ui -i · ¬ ¬i·i ¬i;·¬¬i; -tº ¬ ··¤·i · ¬i
·i--i· ·ii «« ºti t, ··i |¬ ·ii ·i «i· |·|--iui ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬
¬i;¬ ¬ ¤i·u |¬· |«-i ·i|-·i -uº ¬ ¬-¤i·i ¤º ¬i;·¬¬i;
-tº ¬·i¬º ¬¤·ii ·ui¬i ¬i ·ii ·ii · - ¬i ¤·i¬ ¬ºu t |
·ii -i ··¸ ºi -i-¬ -tº ¬ ··¤·i · ¬i ·i--i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ |¬·
¤-·i |¤ ui ¬ |··i·i - ¬ ·¬ t ¬iº ;¬ ¬--·i ¬ |-¤-- ¬
|¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¤·u- ·|u|·|·i·i ¬i ¬·« «-i- ¬ |¬· ¬- ¬
¬·- ¬-i· ·· t| ··i zeec÷e/ - s -·ii-i ¤º z ¬i¬-¬i ¬ ¬i
·; ·· |¬·i ¬i |-··u |¬·i ··i, |·-¬ -i- t ºi·-i· ºi··ii-i
·i ~ (·-¬i¬iº), -·«;, ¤ ·-;, ¬i ¬¬ui, t·ºi«i·, ¬t-·i«i·,
« ·¬i º ¬iº ··¤º - ¤t¬i «iº ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi ¤i·i |·¬
¤|º·i ·-i ¬iº ·i ¬i ·; ui|¬ ¬- |·|--iui¬i ¬ «iº - ·i-¬iºi
·i ·i ¬¬ ·i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬i;¬ ¬ |¬· |«-i ¬¤- ¬-¤i·i ¤º
¬i;·¬¬i; -tº ¬i ··¤·i · ¬º ºt t |
··i ¬ ·iºi- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¤¸ º ·iiºu - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i -i-¬ -tº
¬i ··¤·i · ¬º- ·i¬i +-i ¤º z·z ¤·u- si¤ ·i¬ | ;- si¤i
This system is designed to allow all types of
organizations within the food chain to implement a
food safety management system and is a little more
comprehensive compared to HACCP system. BIS
has also launched certification schemes for FSMS
and has formulated guidelines for applicants and
other documents for FSMS certification.
b) BIS has formulated IS 15700 : 2005 on Service
Quality for Public Service Organizations. Government
of India has identified 10 departments for certification
against IS 15700 : 2005 from BIS. The standard has
been specifically designed for public service
organizations with the ultimate objective of focusing
on Government – citizen interface and improves
quality of public service delivery. In this regard BIS,
has developed guidelines, checklist and all other
documents and is ready for certification.
c) The Information Security Management Systems
(ISMS) as per IS/ISO 27001:2005 provides a model
for establ i shi ng, i mpl ementi ng, moni tori ng,
maintaining and improving an Information Security
Management System which encourages its users to
emphasize the importance of understanding an
organizations information security requirements and
need to establish policy and objectives for information
security.
ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
The BIS Standard Mark (ISI Mark) has a good brand image
as the consumer is inclined towards quality products.
Therefore, the consumer as well as the organized
purchaser is giving preference to the ISI marked products
over non-ISI products. With the growing demand of ISI
marked the instance of misuse of ISI Mark is also on the
rise as the unscrupulous manufacturers are trying to cheat
the consumers by producing sub-standard products with
ISI Mark without obtaining then licence from BIS.
The menace of misuse of the BIS Standard Mark is an
area of prime concern for BIS and several steps have
been initiated to strengthen the enforcement activity of
BIS to curb this menace. In the year 2006-07, two
outsourced agencies were appointed for 8 locations,
namely, National Capital Region (NCR), Mumbai,
Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Bangalore
and Jaipur as a pilot project for the first time in BIS to
provide the information about the manufacturers who are
misusing the ISI Mark on the product without having the
licence from BIS.
During the year BIS has carried out 212 enforcement raids
all over India on firms misusing the BIS Standard Mark.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 31
¬ ·i ºi- |·|·i·- -¬¬i ¬-¤i·,
|·-- ¬- ¬ ·iº ¬¸ ¬-¤i· ·ii|-¬
t , ··u |¬· ·· · ¬ ¤ ¬ ·
« · ¤ ··¬, ¬i- -, ¤i·i¬i
; ¬ ¬ |-· ¬ «¬, ·¬i;· · ¬i º
·¬i ¬«i · , ¤·i ¬itiº, ¤i·i¬i
¤i;¤, ·¬¤i·i --i ·, + -
|-·¬º, |-·¤,¬i |¬-, «~«,
¤·¤ ¬i º ¬·· |·¬ u ¬¤¬ººi
¬i|·| ¤ ·u - -i-¬i ¬ ·ii·i
¤ ¬ ¬i·i- ¬ ·ii ¤ ·i¬ |¬· ··
t u·i i ;¬¬ +¬-·-¤
¬|·i· ·ui ¬ |··¸ ··i·i¬·i
- ¬|·i·i ·- ¬iº ·i |¬· ··
t | ··i ¬ ·i ºi- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬
¤·i - sc ¤ ·u - -i-¬i ¬i |-ºi · |··i ··i t |
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - - ··i¬· ¬i º ¬¤- ¬i·i ¬·i ¬ · ·i ·iº - |¤ -
u·ii ;¬ ·- i |-¬ -i|··i ¬ -i··- ¬ ·ii ·i «i· |·|--i ui¬i ¬
|··¸ ¬¤·ii ·ui¬i ¬ «i¤ ·i·-¬ui ¤ ·i ¬º- ¬ ¬· ·· ¬
··i¤¬ ¬·º · · u t · ¤ ·u - si¤i ¬ |··i· - ¬- ¬ ¤ ¬
|·¬|·u·i ·iºi ¬i t , ·i ¬i; ·¬¬i; - tº ¬i · ·¤·i · ¬ºu t |
;- |·|--i ui¬i ¬ -i- ¬ ¬i·i ¬-¬ « i · -i-, |·-¬i ¬¤·i ·
· |·|--i ui -¬¬i ¬-·ii·i ¤º ¬º ºt t , ¬i ·ii ¬~¬ ·i ¤ ¬
|·¬|·u·i - |¬·i ··i t | ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬ ·--i ¬i º u-¬i¬i-
|·|--i ui ¬ ·ii ¬ ¬i·i ;¬ ¬· ·· ¬ « -¬i ¬i ¬i·i ·- |¬·i
··i t |¬ ¬·t ¬i; ·¬¬i; - tº ¬ · ·¤·i · ¬ «iº - |·i|·iu
¬º- ¬ ¬i·i ¬- |·|--i ui¬i ¬ «iº - ·i-¬iºi ·ii ·i ·i· ·i
¬i; ·¬¬i; - tº ¬i · ·¤·i · ¬ºu t |
During these raids, various
spurious products including
many household products
were sei zed such as
Packaged Drinking Water,
Cement, PVC Insul ated
Cables, Plywood and block
board, Cattle Feed, PVC
Pipes, LPG Stoves, food
mi xers, swi tches/
sockets,bulbs,pumps and
other Electrical Appliances,
etc. Efforts are also being
made for timely processing
of the enforcement cases
and consequent launching
of the prosecutions against
the offenders in the Courts.
During the year, 36 enforcement cases have been decided
in favour of BIS.
BIS has also issued a number of press releases about the
enforcement raids from Headquarters and its Offices all
over the country for giving wide coverage by both the print
and electronic media with the intention to create awareness
among the consumers about the unscrupul ous
manufacturers who are misusing ISI Mark . The names
of such manufacturers alongwith brand names which are
being used buy them on the spurious products are also
being mentioned in the press releases. Meetings are also
organized with the consumer organizations and then
manufacturers associations with an objective not only to
educate them about the misuse of the ISI Mark but also
wi th an i ntenti on to get i nformati on about the
manufacturers who are misusing the ISI Mark.
¤¤i^ziini ¬¤iv LABORATORY SERVICES
·ii -i ··¸ºi ¬i ¤·i··ii¬i· -¸¬ -¤ ¬ ·º÷·i|ºi|··¬ ¤·i··ii¬i·
t ¬i º ;·t --¸ -i ¬ -·u ~
¤ºi·iºi ¬ |¬· -·ii|¤u |¬·i
··i t , |··t ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬-¤i·
¤ -iºi- ·i ·-i ¬ ¬ u· u + ·-ºi
¬i º «i· iº ¬ |¬·i ·iui t |
--¸ -i ¬i ¤ºi·iºi |º¤i - ¤ºi·iºi
¬ «i· ·ii·ii¬i ,iºi |·· ··
|-· ·ii- ¬iº ¬ « |·iu ·ii·ii
¬i·i ¬·i ¬i ¤ ·i- ¬i ·iui t |
¤ºi·iºi ¬i ¤ |¬·i ¬ ·i ºi- --¸ -
¬i ¤ i|·u ¬i |u|·i ¬ ¬¬¬i
·i ¤-i·ui ¤ºi·iºi |º¤i - ·iºi
ti - u¬ «-i; º·ii ·iui t |
BIS laboratories are basically non commercial laboratories
and have been set up for
i ndependent testi ng of
samples which are drawn
both from factory and market
under BIS product
certification scheme. The
test reports of the samples
so drawn are provided to the
concerned branch offices of
Bureau after testi ng i n
accordance wi th the
correspondi ng Indi an
Standards and as directed by
the branches. During the
process of testi ng,
confidentiality of samples is
maintained right from their
receipt in sample cell till the
issuance of test reports.
32 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
The first BIS laboratory was set
up at BIS Headquarters at Manak
Bhavan in 1963. In order to keep
pace with the work load in terms
of vari ety and quanti ty, the
laboratory activity continued to
expand over the years and BIS
established in phases, its own
l aboratori es at Sahi babad,
Mumbai , Chennai , Kol kata,
Bangalore, Mohali, Patna and
Guwahati.
At present, BIS laboratories are
providing testing facilities in the
field of chemical, mechanical and
el ectri cal di sci pl i nes. Food
testing is an integral part of the chemical laboratories.
Central Laboratory at Sahibabad has also an electrical
calibration section to provide in-house calibration services.
Productivity
During the year 2006-2007, BIS laboratories issued
26 945 test reports against a target of 30 750 covering a
vide range of products inspite of constant depletion of
manpower. The strength of testing personnel involved in
the testing is now 136 against the sanctioned strength of
180. The output in BIS Laboratories for the last four years
is depicted in Fig. 5.
Quality Assurance Activities
Quality Assurance is an important activity in all BIS
laboratories to ensure the credibility of test results. Out of
eight laboratories, six laboratories of BIS are NABL
accredited. All the laboratories have aligned their Quality
Management System inline with the requirements of
IS/ISO/IEC 17025 : 2005. The various other functions
performed by the Quality Assurance Departments during
the year are as under:
i) Approximately 5 percent samples were tested under
Quality Assurance testing programme to verify the
accuracy of the test results as reported.
ii) BIS laboratories participated in Proficiency testing
programmes for products such as Steel tubes,
Pressure Cooker, Plug & Socket, HSD Bars,
Packaged Drinking Water, UPVC Pipes, GLS
Lamps, and Concrete Cubes.
iii) Officers & technical personnel participated in the
following training programmes :
Auditing techniques and requirements as per
IS/ISO/IEC 17025:2005
Estimation of measurement of uncertainty
¤t¬i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤ ·i ··ii¬i ¬i -·ii¤-i
·scs - -i-¬ ·i·- |-·iu -··i¬· -
¬i ·; ·ii| |¬-- ¬iº -i~i ¬ ¬ ··i
- ¬i··iiº ¬ ¬i·i ·|u «-i· º·iu
t· ¤·i ··ii¬i ¬i ¬|¬·ui ¬i- ·i¬
··ii - «« ui ºti t u·ii ·ii -i ··¸ ºi -
¬i|t«i«i·, - ·«; , ¤ ·-; , ¬i ¬¬ui,
« ·i¬i º, -i ti¬i, ¤--i ¬iº ··iti-i -
¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i -·ii¤-i ¬i t|
·u -i- - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤ ·i ··ii¬i·
º¬i·-, ·i |~¬ ¬iº |·¬u |··i·i ¬
·i ~ - ¤ºi·iºi ¬ ·i· ¤·i- ¬ºui t|
ºi¬i·|-¬ ¤ ·i ··ii¬i¬i - ·ii¬ ¤ºi·iºi
·¬ ¬|··ii·· ·ii· ¬ -¤ - |¬·i
·iui t| ¬i|t«i«i· - |-·iu ¬ ··i· ¤·i ··ii¬i - ¬i u|º¬ ¬ ·i·ii ·
i- ¬ ·i· ¤·i- ¬º- ¬ |¬· ·¬ |·¬u ¬ ·i·ii ·i- ¬-·ii· ·ii t|
¤-¤i«¬ui
··i zeec÷zee/ ¬ ·iºi-, ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i - ¬·iuiº
·i-ui ·-·i|·u ¬ «i··¸ · ¬-¤i·i ¬i ··i¤¬ ¤ºi¬ ¤º se /re ¬
¬·· ¬i u¬-i - zc s«r ¤ºi·iºi |º¤i - ·iºi ¬i | ¤ºi·iºi -
¬ ¬·- ¤ºi·iºi ¬i|-¬i ¬i ¬ ··i ·se ¬i -·i¸u ¬ ··i ¬ u¬-i
- ¬« ·sc t| ¬i¸|u r - |¤s¬ « ··ii ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi
¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬ ¤|ººii- ··ii· ·· t |
¬ºiui ¬i:ui¬¬ ¬íuíuí·i¤i
·ºiui ¬i··i¬- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ¬·ii ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬ ¤ºi·iºi
¤|ººii-i ¬i |···¬-i·ui ¬|-|·¤u ¬º- ¬i ·¬ -t-·¤¸ ºi ¬i·
t| ·ii -i ··¸ºi ¬i ¬i- ¤·i··ii¬i¬i - ¬ s ¤·i··ii¬i·
·-·«i·¬ ¤-·i|·u t | ¬·ii ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i ¬i; ·¬,¬i; ·¬
¬i ,¬i; ; ¬i ·/ezr zeer ¬i ¬i···¬ui¬i ¬ ¬-¬iº ¬-¬i
·ºiui ¤« ·i ¤¸|u·i ¬ ¬-¬iº «-i·i ··i t| ··i ¬ ·iºi- ·ºiui
¬i··i¬- |··ii·i ,iºi |-·¤i|·u ¬·· |·|·i·- ¬i· ;¬ ¤¬iº t
i) ·ºiui ¬i··i¬- ¤ºi·iºi ¬i·¬- ¬ ¬ u·u r ¤|u·iu --¸ -i
¬i ·ºiui ¬i··i¬- ¤ºi·iºi |¬·i ··i|
ii) ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ¤ ·i ··ii¬i¬i - ;-¤iu - ·¸ «, ¤ ·iº ¬ ¬º, ·¬· ··
¬i ¬ -, ·¤·¬·i «iº, ¤ ¬ ·« · ¤ ··¬, ·¸ ¤i·i¬i ¤i;¤, ·i·¬·¬
¬ ·¤, ¬i º ¬i ·¬i- ··¸ « ¬i|· · ¬ ¬-¤i·i ¬ |·|·i·- ¤ i¤¬i ¬
|¬· ¤ ·iºiui ¤ºi·iºi ¬i· ¬- - ·ii· |¬·i ··i|
iii) ¬|·i¬i|º·i ¬iº u¬-i¬i ¬i|-¬i - ¬i·i |·u |-·-|¬|·iu
¤ºi·iºi ¬i·¬-i - ·ii· |¬·i
¬i; ·¬¬i ,¬i; ; ¬i ·/ezr zeer ¬ ¬- ¬iº ¬ ·ii÷·iºi·ii
u¬-i¬ ¬iº ¬¤ ·ii·
¬|-|·¤ui ¬ -i¤- ¬i ¬i¬¬-
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 33
iv) Complaint handling is also one of the important
functions performed under quality assurance
activities. Whenever complaints are received, the root
cause analysis of the complaint is carried out and
suitable corrective and preventive actions are taken
and monitored. This activity is also subjected to
internal audit for verification of corrective/preventive
action plans.
Training Programmes on Product Testing
In order to bring uniformity in test methods, BIS
laboratories organized several training programmes
for the benefit of BIS licensees/applicants in the year
2006-07 in the fields of LPG stoves, Cables and
conductors, packaged drinking water, Food colour etc.
Modernization and Upgradation of Test Facilities
In the modernization programme, the standing committee
had approved approx. Rs 175 million for modernization,
with focus on:
Completion of test facilities where partial test facilities
exist
Upgradation of test facilities
Development of new test facilities
Creation/improvement of infrastructure
In this process, equipments to the tune of Rs. 1 Crore
have already been ordered by various BIS Laboratories
and i nf rast ruct ure i s bei ng devel oped f or t hei r
installation.
Networking of BIS Laboratories
A number of computers and accessories have been
installed at BIS laboratories to provide efficient
services. To strengthen and inter connect all the
BIS laboratories, discussions are on with NIC to
devel op and i nstal l Laborat ory I nf ormat i on
Management Systems (LIMS). Based on the decision
taken by Director General, BIS during the meeting
of the Heads of all BIS Laboratories on 20 May
2006, all the test reports for samples being tested
by BIS Laboratories are scanned and pdf files
placed on the BIS server for use by the ROs/BOs.
This has led to saving of time, money and misuse
of hard copies of the reports.
BIS Lab Recognition Scheme
BIS Laboratory recognition scheme is operated by
Central Laboratory to support the operation of product
certification scheme for testing of samples drawn from
factories and markets. Such recognized laboratories
are utilized in the event of higher testing loads or
iv) |·i¬i·u |-¤-i- ·ii ·ºiui ¬i··i¬- ·|u|·|·i·i ¬ ¬ u·u
|-·¤i|·u -t-·¤¸ ºi ¬i·i - ¬ ·¬ t| ·ti ¬ti |·i¬i·u
¤i·u ti ui t ui |·i¬i·u ¬ ·i-u|·¬ ¬iººi ¬i |··¬ ·iºi
|¬·i ·iui t ¬iº ¬¤··u ¬·iiºi--¬ u·ii |-·iººii--¬
¬iº·i;·i ¬i ·iui t ¬iº ¬-¬i |-·ºi-i ¬i ·iui t| ;¬
·|u|·|·i ¬i ·ii ¬·iiºi--¬,|-·iººii--¬ ¬i··i ·-i¬i ¬
¬-·i¤- t u ¬i u|º¬ ¬ ·ii ¤ºi·iºi ¬ºi·i ·iui t|
¤-¤i« ¤ºí+iºi ¤º ¤í:i+iºi ¬i¤u¬
¤ºi·iºi |·|·i·i - ·¬·¤ui ¬i- ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤·i ·ii¬i¬i ,iºi
··i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- ¬i;¬ ¬·ii|º·i , ¬i· ·¬i ¬ |¬· ·¬¤i·i
--i·, ¬«¬ ¬iº ¬···-º, ¤¬·«· ¤··¬, ·ii¬ º· ¬i|· ¬
¬-¤i· ¤ºi·iºi ¤º ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-i ¬i ¬i·i ·- |¬·i ··i|
¤ºí+iºi ¬íu·ii¬i ¬i ¬i·ií¬¬í¬ººi ¬iº ¬uu¬ «¬i¬i
¬i·i|-¬i¬ººi ¬i·¬- - -·ii·i ¬|-|u - ¬i·i|-¬i¬ººi ¬ |¬·
|-·-|¬|·iu ¤º ¬ |··u ¬··i· ·/r |-|¬·- ·. ¬ ··· ¬i ¬--i ·-
|··i
·ti ¬i |·i¬ ¤ºi·iºi ¬|··ii· t ·ti ¤ºi·iºi ¬|··ii¬i ¬i ¤¸ ºi
¼-i
¤ºi·iºi ¬|··ii¬i ¬i ¬··i·-
-; ¤ºi·iºi ¬|··ii¬i ¬i |·¬i¬
¬·¬ º¤-i ¬ ·-,¬ ·iiº
;¬ ¤|¬·i - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i |·|·i·- ¤·i ·i·ii¬i¬i ,iºi · ¬ºi ·
·¤· ¬i ¬i-u ¬ ¬¤¬ººii ¬ ¬·i· ·i |·· ·· u·ii ¬-¬i
¬ -·ii¤-i ¬ |¬· ¬·¬ º¤-i ¬i |·¬i¬ |¬·i ·i ºti t|
·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi ¤¤i¬:ii¬i¬i ¬í ¬<uí¬¬
¬·i- ¬ ·i· ¤·i- ¬º- ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i - «· i
¬ ··i - ¬···¸ -º ¬iº ¬ti·¬ ·-u· -·ii|¤u ¬i ·; t | ·ii -i
··¸ ºi ¬i ¬·ii ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i ¬·« «-i- ¬iº ¬i¤¬ - ·i · - ¬
|¬· ·-¬i;¬i ,iºi ¤·i ··ii¬i ¬¸ ¤-i ¤« ·i ¤¸|u (·¬¬i;·-·¬)
¬i -·ii¤-i ¬ |¬· ·-¬i;¬i ¬ ¬i·i ¤¤i· ·iºi t | |·-i ¬ ze
-;, zeec ¬i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ¬·ii ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬ ¤-·ii ¬ ¬i·i
¬i·i |·u «-¬ - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ -ti|-· ·i¬ ,iºi |¬· ·· |-ºi·
¬ ¬-¬iº ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ,iºi ·i ¤ ·· ¬·ii --¸ -i ¬i
¬·ii ¤ºi·iºi |º¤i - -¬ - ¬i ·iui t , u·ii ;-¬i ¤i·i·+ +i;¬
·i ~i· ¬i·i¬·i ,·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i ,iºi ¬¤·i · ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi
¬·º ¤º ·i¬i ·iui t | ;¬¬ |º¤i -i ¬i ti· ¤|u·i ¬ ··¤·i ·,
¬-· ¬iº ¤¬ ¬i «¤u ti ui t|
·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi ¤¤i¬:ii¬i ¬i·¤ui ¤i¬¬i
+·-|º·i ¬iº «i· iºi ¬ |¬· ·· --¸ -i ¬ ¤ºi·iºi ¬ |¬· ¬ ·i·
¤·i ··ii¬i ,iºi ¬-¤i· ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i ¬ ¤¤i¬- ¬i ¬-·i- · -
¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤·i ··ii¬i -i··ui ¬i ¤¤i¬- |¬·i ·iui t|
¬·u -i··ui ¤i·u ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i ¤ºi·iºi ¬i ¬i··iiº ¬|·i¬
34 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
wherever a test facility does not exist in BIS
laboratories.
As on date, BIS has recognized 120 laboratories under its
lab recognition scheme. As a policy, it has been decided
to avail, as far as possible, the services of such laboratories
which are NABL accredited.
Policy Cell
A policy cell has been created based on the decision taken
during the meeting on 20 May 2006, for looking into the
policy matters, NABL accreditation, training needs etc of
various BIS Laboratories.
ti - ·i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i - ·t ¤ºi·iºi ¬|··ii· -ti
ti - ¤º ¬¤·i · - ¬i·i ·iui t|
;¬ ¬-· ¤·i ··ii¬i -i··ui ·i ·-i ¬ ¬ u·u ·ii -i ··¸ ºi -
·ze ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i -i··ui ·i t| ·¬ -i|u ¬ -¤ - ¬·u
¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬i ¬ ·i· ¬|·i¬ ¬ ¬|·i¬ ¬ - ¬i |-ºi· |¬·i ··i
t ·i ·-·«i·¬ ¤-·i|·u t|
¬ííu ¤¬i·o
|·-i ¬ ze -;, zeec ¬i |·|·i·- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i ¬
-i|u·u -i-¬i ¤º |·¤iº ¬º- , ·-·«i·¬ ¤ -·i·-, ¤ |·i·iºi
¬i···¬ui¬i ¬ |¬· ¬i·i |·u «-¬ - |¬· ·· |-ºi· ¬ ¬i·iiº
¤º ·¬ -i|u ¤¬i ·- ¬i ¬·- |¬·i ··i t|
VIGILANCE ACTIVITIES
¬u+ui ^íuí¤í·i¤i
·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi ¬ ¬u¬ui ¬íuíuíti¤i ¬i ¬i¤+i> ¬iº ¤¡íu
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬u¬ ui |··ii· ¬i ¬···i - ·· ¬u¬ ui ¬|·i¬iºi
t ¬i º ¬¬¬i ¬ti·ui ¬ |¬·
¤iº ¬u¬ ui ¬|·i¬iºi u·ii ·i
·i~i· ¬u¬ui ¬|·i¬iºi ¤|·¤-i
¬i º ·|·iºii ·i ~i - u -iu t |
¬·t ¬u¬ ui ¬i· ¬¬i¤i ¬i
¬i· ¬i ¤i ··i t | ·t |··ii·
¬·· ¬|·i¬ººii ··ii ¬ ·· i·
¬u¬ ui ¬i·i · (¬i·i¬i),
¬ ··i· ¬·· ·iºi ··¸ ºi (¬i«i¬i;),
¬¤·ii ·ui -i-¬ , ·ii¬ ¬i º
¬i· ·|-¬ |·uººi - ~i¬· ¬i º
¬i|- ¬ ·· ¤ |·i·iºi |··ii·
(·i¬i ¤i-i) ¬ ¬i·i |-¬-
¬-··· - ¬i- ¬ºui t | ¬u¬ ui |··ii· ¬i ·|u|·|·i·i ·i|·i ¬
¬i· ·i ·-i ¬ ¬- ¬iº ¤¬i; ·iui t , |·-¬i |-·ii ººi ¤ |u··i
|¬·i ·iui t | ;¬ |··ii· ¬ -¸ ¬ ¬i· ¬u¬ ui ¬ |-·iº¬,
¬ ¬¸ ¤¬ ¬i º · ·i--¬ ¤t¬ ¬i ¬ |·· ·i¸ -u t | ¬u¬ ui |··ii·
,iºi |¬· ·i- ·i¬ |-·-|¬|·iu ¬i· t
¬) ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬-¤i|º·i ¬i ·i|·i¬ ¬ ¤|-i |··º|ºi·i ¬iº ¤¬ u·ii
¬¤¬ ¬ ¤|-i·i - ¬ |u- ¬ -÷· - ¬i ¬ ·i·ii,·i¤ ¬º-i,
·« ¬i º ·¬ · ·i|·i¬ ¬º |
·i) ¤·i ·-|u, ¤i¬¤i -, |·· ·ii - ¬i· ¬º- ¤º |·¤iº ¬º- ¬iº
«itº ¬ ¤·i ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬-¤i|º·i ¬ ¬i· ·-
·i ·- ¬ |¬· ¬u¬ui ¬i ¬--|u · -i, ·¬i |··ii·,¬-¤iºi
,iºi ¬-ºi ·i |¬·i ·i·|
Scope and Nature of Vigilance Activities in BIS
Vigilance Department of BIS is headed by Chief Vigilance
Officer and assisted by four Vigilance Officers and two
Regional Vigilance Officers
posted Western Region and
Southern Regi ons.
Vigilance Department is
entrusted wi th the
responsibility of managing
al l vi gi l ance rel ated
activities. The department
functi ons i n cl ose
coordi nati on wi th other
agenci es such as the
Central Vi gi l ance
Commi ssi on (CVC), the
Central Bureau of
Investigations (CBI), the
Mi ni stry of Consumer
Affai rs, Food & Publ i c
Distribution, and the Department of Personnel and Training
(DoPT). The activities of Vigilance Department are
organized in accordance with an Annual Action Plan which
is formulated every year. The key functions of this
Department revolve around the preventive, the detective,
and the punitive aspects of vigilance. The work undertaken
by Vigilance Department is as follows:
a) Scrutinize Annual Property Returns and final
transactions in movable and immovable properties,
as and when filed by the employees of the Bureau.
b) Grant vi gi l ance cl earances for consi deri ng
promotions, passport, foreign assignments and
forwarding applications of BIS employees for outside
posts as and when requested by department/
employee.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 35
·) ¬ ··i· ¬u¬ui ¬i·i ·,¬i«i¬i;,- ~i¬· ¬ -i··- ¬ ·i
ui ¤-··i -¤ ¬ ¬u¬ui |··ii· - ¤i·u ¬i u ¬¸ ¤-i ¬iº
|·i¬i·ui ¬i ·i¤ ¬º-i ¬iº ·tºi; ¬ ·i¤÷¤· ui¬ ¬º-i|
·i¤÷¤· ui¬ ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º |-¬ ¤|ººii- ¬ ·|· ¬i···¬ui
ti ui |·i¬i·u ·· ¬º-i ·i ¬ ··i· ¬u¬ui ¬i·i · ¬i
¬¬it ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º ·i ·ii ¬|·i¬iºi (¬|·i¬i|º·i ) ¬ |··¸
¬-·ii¬|-¬ ¬iº·i; ¬iº··i ¬º-i|
·i) ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬-¤i|º·i ¬i ¬i¤iº |-·-i·¬i, ¬i ¬i ·¬
(¬i ¬i ·) |-·-i·¬i ¬iº ¬i·¸ ti- ·i¬ ¬·· |·|·i·-
¬ « |·iu |-·-i ,|·|-·-i u·ii - -¬¬i ¬ |·|·i·- ¤i··ii-i ¬
«iº - ¬··u ¬º-i, ¬iº ¬u¬ui |··ii· ,iºi ¬i·i |·u
¬u¬ui ¬i··ii¬i¬i u·ii ¬ « |·iu |··i·i ¤º ¬i·¬-i ¬
-i··- ¬ ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬-¤i|º·i - ¬u¬ui ¬i· ¬ -t-·
¬ «iº - ¬|·i¬ ·i·-¬ui ¤·i ¬º-i|
· ) |-·iººii--¬ ¬u¬ui ¬ ·ii· ¬ -¤ - ··¸ ºi ¬ |·|·i·-
¬i·¬¬i¤i ¬ ¬u¬ui ¤ºi·iºi ¬i·i |·u ¬º-i ¬iº ¬|-·i
¬i ·¸ º ¬º- ¬ |¬· ¬ uºi¬i - ¬·iiº ¬i- ·· -·÷|-ºi· ¬
¬i··i ~ ¬i t-i- ¬ |¬· ···|-·iu ¬·iiºi ¬i ¬=i· · -i,
¬iº
¤) ·|· ·i·-i¤iº ¬i ¬i ; ·i--i· t ui ¤-··i ¤-|-· ·i ¤i·u
¬º- ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬i;¬ ¬·ii|º·i ,¬i· ·¬i , ¬¤·ii ·ui
¬ ·--i ¬iº ¬¬i · ¬ ·ii ¬ ¬i·i «-¬ ¬i·i |·u ¬º-i ¬iº
···|-·iu ¬·iiº u·ii ¬|·i¬ ¤iº·|·iui ¬iº ·i ¬º- ¬ |¬·
¬=i· · -i|
··i zeec÷zee/ ¬ ·i ºi-, ¬u¬ ui |··ii· - ··¸ ºi ¬ ·ii·ii¬i ,·i ~i·
¬i·i ¬·i ¬ r |-·iººii--¬ ¬u¬ ui ¬ ·ii¤ºi·ii |¬·| ;- ¬ ·ii¤ºi·ii¬i
¬ ·i ºi-, |·|·i·- ¤¸|u·i u·ii ¤ ·ii¬i - ¬- ¬ ~ |-¤¸ ºi ·i ~i ¬i
¬|·i|¤·ti |¬u |¬·i ··i u·ii ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi - ¬ « |·iu ·|u|·|·i
¤ - ·ii ¬i ¬ ·iiº ¬ ¬ =i· |·· ··| ;¬¬ ¬|u|º·u, |·|·i·- ¤·i|·i¬i|º·i
¬ |··¸ ¤ |¬·i|·|·i·i ¬ ¬- ¤i¬-,¬|-·|-uui¬i ¬ -i-¬i ¬
¬ « ·i - ¬u¬ ui ·i ¤ ¤· ui¬ ¬i ·; | ;- ¬ ·ii¤ºi·ii¬i ¬ ·i ºi-
¬i;¬ ¬·iiº¬i ¬ ¬¬--iu
|-ºi·iºi ·ii |¬· ·· u·ii ;-
|-ºi·iºii ¬ ¤|ººii--·-¤
¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i - tºi ¬- ºi ¬ ¬
¬ u· u ·i¬i ··i| - tºi ¬-
ºi ¬ ¬ ·i ºi- ¬i;¬ ¬·iiº¬i
,iºi · ·¤·i · ¬ ¬ s -i-¬
·ii ·i-¬iºi - ¬i· |·¬¬
¤|ººii--·-¤ ·ii·ii ¬i·i ¬·
,iºi |-º¬- ¬i· ·iiti ¬iº··i
¬i ·; | ··¸ ºi ¬i ¬i· ¬i|ººii
¬|-|u ,iºi ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi
c) Examine source information and complaints received
either directly from the complainant or through CVC/
CBI/ Ministry and conduct thorough investigations.
On the basis of the outcome of the investigation, a
decision is taken to either file the complaint or initiate
disciplinary proceedings against the delinquent
official(s) on the basis of CVC’s advice.
d) In order to apprise BIS employees about various
provisions of the CCS (Conduct) Rules, the CCS
(CCA) Rules and various other related Rules/
Regulations and Manuals in operation; and to
increase awareness about the importance of vigilance
activity among the BIS employees, the department
conducts workshops and programmes on relevant
subjects.
e) Vigilance Department also conducts audits of various
activities and functional areas of Bureau as part of
preventi ve vi gi l ance and suggest systemi c
improvements to bridge gaps and remove scope for
discretion; and
f) Vigilance Department organizes meetings with BIS
licensees/ applicants, consumer organizations and
Manufacturers Associations for gathering direct feed-
back relating to instances of corruption, if any, and
el i ci t suggesti ons for i ntroduci ng systemati c
improvements and greater transparency.
During the year 2006-2007, Vigilance Department
conducted 5 preventive vigilance audits of Branches/
Regional Offices of the Bureau. During these audits, a
number of grey areas in various systems and practices
were identified and suggestions for improvement were
given to the concerned Activity Heads in BIS. Besides,
vigilance investigations were undertaken on instances of
irregularities/non-compliance of procedures against
various officials. Numbers of
surprise inspections of the
licensees were also carried
out during these audits and as
a result of these inspections,
a number of licences were put
under stop marking. In some
i nstances, mi suse of the
Standard Mark by the BIS
licensees during stop marking
was al so noti ced and
consequently cancellation
proceeding were initiated by
the Branch Offices. Follow-up
36 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
- ¬|·iu ·i ·-i¤iº ¬i ¬--·i ¬i ¬···- ¬º- u·ii ¬¤¤iºi ¬¤i·
¬ =i· ·· ; ¬i ¬ ¬-·i ¤ -u ui¬ººi t u ¬i ·; ¬iº ·i; |º¤i - u ·iº
¬º- ¬ |¬· ··¸ ºi ¬i ¬i· ¬i|ººii ¬|-|u (; ¬i) ,iºi ¬ ·i|-u
¬¤÷¬-¸ t ,iºi ¬i ·; |¬+i|º·i ¬ ¬ « ·i - ¬i·i ···- t u ¬ « |·iu
·|u|·|·i ¤ - ·ii ¬ ¬i·i ¬- ·u - |¬·i ··i|
·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi - c ¬ ·e -··«º zeec u¬ ¬u¬ui ·i·-¬ui
¬·uit --i·i ··i |·¬¬ ·iºi- ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬-¤i|º·i
¬i ¬·iti «-i- u·ii ¬i·i ti ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ¬i ·¬ ¬i··i
·i·-i¤iº -·u ¬ ·-- «-i- ¬ |¬· ¬-- ·i·-¬ui ··i- ¬º- ¬
|¬· ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬·ii ·i ~i·,·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i ,iºi · ·i ·iº - |·|·i·-
¬i·¬- ¬i·i |·u |¬· ··| ;¬ ¬·uit ¬ ·iºi- ¬u¬ui ¬
-i··- ¬ ¬ ·--i - ¬|·i¬ ¤iº·|·iui u·ii ¬¸ ¤-i ¬i ¬|·i¬iº
¬|·i|-·- |··i··-u ¤º ·¬ ºi·-i· ¬ ·i ·-i ¬i ¬i·i ·- / -··«º
zeec ¬i ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ¬ -··i¬· - |¬·i ··i| ¬i·¬-
- ¤-·i ¬ «i ·i- ¬i«i¬i; ¬ ¤¸ · |-· ·i¬ ¬i ·i |···º |¬ t - |··i
·i ;¬ ¬·¬º ¤º -·· ¬|u|·i ·i | ¬¸ ¤-i ¬i ¬|·i¬iº ¬|·i|-·-
¤º ¬|¤·i¬· ¤|·i·iºi ·· ¤« ·i ¬ -·ii-, ¬i|-¬ ¬iº ¤|·i·iºi
|··ii·, ·iiºu ¬º¬iº ¬ ¬ ··u |-· ·i¬ ¬i ·-. ·¬. ¬¬i-i - ·¬
¤-uui¬ººi ¤·|·iu |¬·i| ;¬ ¬ ·i ·-i - z/ · ·ii ¬ |·· ·ii
¬|u|·i·i - ·ii ·ii· |¬·i, ·i t |··«i· , u-·i|-·i, ¬¸ ·i-,
¬i¬ ¬i, |+~~ii¤i-, - ¤i¬, ··i -iº, |¬|«·i, ¬ «-i-, ;ºi¬, ;ºi-,
; ·i - |·i·i, ··i-i, ·ii-i, ·i |··i, |-¬, ·i¸ -i- ¬iº ¬+·i|--ui-
¬i|· t | ·i·-i¤iº ¬i ºi ¬- ¬ |¬· ¤iº·|·iui ¬i ¬i···¬ui
¬i |··i··-u ¤º ·¬ |-« ·i ¬¤·i |·ui ¬iº ¬u¬ui --¬¬ (·ii -i
··¸ ºi ), ¬i¬i·¬ (¬i¤iº), |-·- ¬i¬i·¬ (¬i¬i·) |-·- ¤º ·¬
¤·-i·¬i ¬i ¬i·i ·- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬-¤i|º·i ¬ |¬· c -··«º
zeec ¬i |¬·i ··i| ¬Ÿiºi ·i ~i· ¬i·i ¬·, ¤ ·i·« u·ii ¬t-·i«i·
·ii·ii ¬i· - , ¬u¬ui ·i·-¬ui ¬·uit ¬ ·ii· ¬ -¤ -
¬¬·÷¬¬· ¬i··ii¬i· ¬i·i |·u ¬i ·;| ;- ¬i··ii¬i¬i -
|·|·i·- ¬u¬ui ¬ ·ii¤ºi·iºii ¬ ·iºi- ¤i; ·; ¬|-·|-uui¬i ¬i
·i--i¬i ¤º ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬-¤i|º·i - ¤-uui¬ººi |··|
··i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- |·i¬i·ui ¬ |··i· - , ·|· ¬i ; ti , ¬iº ·ii
-i ··¸ ºi ¬i ¤-iºi- ¤¸|u·i ¬i ¬iº ¬|·i¬ |··i· ¤º¬ u·ii
¤iº··ii «-i- ¬ |¬· ¬·iiº ¬ ¬=i· ¤i·u ¬º- ¬ |¬· ·ii -i
··¸ ºi - ¬i;¬ ¬ ·ii|º·i ,¬i· ·¬i , ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬ ·--i u·ii ¬¬i ·
¬ ·ii ¬ ¬i·i ui- «-¬ ¬i·i |·u ¬i ·;|
was done wi th the concerned Acti vi ty Heads for
implementation on the recommendation made by the sub-
group constituted by the Executive Committee of the
Bureau to study the problem of alleged corruption in BIS
and suggest remedial measures and Action Taken Report
in this respect was presented to the EC.
Vigilance Awareness Week was observed in BIS from 6th
to 10th November 2006 during which various programmes
through out the country by all Regional/Branch Offices of
the Bureau were organized for sensitizing the BIS
employees against pitfall of corruption and increase
awareness amongst them for turning BIS into a model
and corruption-free organization. During the week, a
National Seminar was organized by the department on
the theme of “Greater Transparency in Organizations
through Vigilance and the Right to Information Act’’ on 7th
November 2006 at the BIS Headquarters. The Key-note
address at the function was delivered by the Chief Guest,
Shri Joginder Singh, Former Director, Central Bureau of
Investigations. A presentation on the Right to Information
Act was made by Shri M.S. Kasana, Joint Director, Institute
of Secretariat Training & Management, Department of
Personnel & Training, Government of India. The Seminar
was also attended by foreign delegates from twenty seven
countries representing Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Sudan, Sri
Lanka, Philippines, Nepal, Myanmar, Libya, Lebanan, Iraq,
Iran, Indonesia, Guyana, Ghana, Georgia, Egypt, Bhutan
and Afghanistan to name a few. An ‘essay competition’ on
the theme of “Need for Transparency to Curb Corruption”
and a quiz on Vigilance Manual (BIS), the CCS (Conduct)
Rules and the CCS (CCA) Rules” were also organized on
6th November 2006 for the BIS employees. Separate
workshops were also organized at Northern Regional
Office, Chandigarh and Ahmedabad Branch Office of BIS
as part of the observance of Vigilance Awareness Week.
In these workshops, presentations to BIS employees were
made on the instances of irregularities observed during
various vigilance audits.
Three meetings with BIS licensees/ applicants, consumer
organizations and industry associations were also
organized during 2006-07 to elicit direct feedback
regarding grievances, if any, and suggestions for
improvement in order to make the BIS systems more
objective and transparent.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 37
u++í+í ¬¸¤+i ¬¤iv
TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES
WTO/TBT Enquiry Point
BIS strengthened its activities as the WTO / TBT Enquiry
Point, as designated by the Ministry of Commerce. Close
interaction with Ministry of Commerce and Industry on
various issues of national interest under WTO/TBT
Agreement was maintained. The activity of providing
services of the Enquiry Point was outsourced by BIS up
to November 2006. Since November 2006, the activities
of WTO-TBT Enquiry Point are being performed by BIS
in-house. The information with regard to the Notifications
issued by various countries were downloaded, prioritized,
segregated and disseminated to a large number of
stakeholders within the country. The comments received
from the stakeholders were analyzed and sent to Ministry
of Commerce.
In accordance with the transparency obligation of the
Agreement of Technical Barriers to Trade, the measures
relating to inclusion of certain products under mandatory
certification were duly notified at WTO. Accordingly India
through BIS issued ten TBT
Notification and the same
were upl oaded i n WTO
website during the year
2006-07.
Comments from other
countries on the Indian
Notifications were received
for which suitable replies
were given in coordination
with various stakeholders.
Abstracts and indices of
TBTs issued by WTO were
generated and posted on
BIS website. Full Texts on
India’s notifications were
forwarded to di fferent
countri es TBT Enqui ry
Points, as requested.
Al l reasonabl e queri es
pertaining to Standards and
Conformity Assessment
Systems, both national and
of other countries, from
concerned interests in India
as well as overseas were
replied.
In order to sensitize the
vari ous stake hol ders
÷·-¤¸<í¬i,<í«í<í ¤¸vuiv ¬·«
·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi - ·i|ºi·· - ~i¬· ,iºi ··ii -i- |-|··-
··~·¸ -i¬i ,-i«i-i ¤¸ suis ¬ ·· ¬ -¤ - ¬¤-i ·|u|·|·i·i ¬i
¬·« i¬ººi |¬·i| ··~·¸ -i¬i ,-i«i-i ¬ºiº ¬ ¬ u·u ºi·-i· |tu
¬ |·|·i·- -·i ¤º ·i|ºi·· ·· ¬¬i · - ~i¬· ¬ ¬i·i ¬|·-¬-
¬ u|¬·i ¬i ¬-º·iºi |¬·i ··i| ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ,iºi ¤¸ suis
¬ ·· ¬i ¬ ·i· ¤·i- ¬º- ¬i ·|u|·|·i ¬i -··«º zeec u¬
¬i¬-¬i |¬ · ¬i ·;| -··«º zeec ¬ ··~·¸ -i¬i ,-i«i-i ¤¸ suis
¬ ·· ¬i |-·¤i·- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi ¬i u|º¬ -¤ ¬ |¬·i ·i ºti
t| |·|·i·- · ·ii ,iºi ·iºi ¬|·i¬¸ ¤-i¬i ¬ ¬ « ·i - ¬¸ ¤-i ¬i
·i¬-¬i · |¬·i ··i, ¬-¬i ¤¸ |·¬ui |-·iiººi |¬·i ··i u·ii · ·i
¬ ·iiuº ¬- ¬ ¤ºi·iiº¬i - ¬-¬i ¤¬iº |¬·i ··i| ¤ºi·iiº¬ ¬i
¬-¬i ¬··|·u·i ¬ |¬· ¬---iº¬ ·i ·- ¬i ¤¸|u ·ii -·ii|¤u
¬i ·;| ¤ºi·iiº¬i ¬ ¤i·u ¬··|·u·i ¬i |··¬ ·iºi |¬·i ··i u·ii
·i|ºi·· - ~i¬· ¬i ·i ·i ··i|
··i¤iº ¬i u¬-i¬i «i·ii¬i ¬ ¬ºiº-i- ¬i ¤iº·|·iui «i··ui¬i
¬ ¬-¬iº ¬s |·|·i·- ¬-¤i·i ¬i ¬|-·i· ¤-iºi- ¬ ¬ u·u
|-|tu ¬º- ¬ « ·ii ¬¤i·i ¬i ··~·¸ -i¬i ,iºi |·|·i·u ¬|·i¬¸ |¤u
|¬·i ··i ·ii| u·-¬iº ·iiºu ,iºi ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ -i··- ¬
·e -i«i-i ¬|·i¬¸ ¤-i· ·iºi ¬i
·; ¬iº ;·t ··i zeec÷e/ ¬
·iºi- ··~·¸-i¬i ¬i ·«¬i;-
¤º ¬¤¬i · |¬·i ··i|
·iiºui· ¬|·i¬¸ ¤-i¬i ¤º ¬··
· ·ii ¬ ¬··|·u·i ¤i·u ¬i ·;,
|·-¬ ¬¤· ·u ¬-iº |·|·i·-
¤ºi·ii|º·i ¬ ¬i·i ¬-··· -
|·· ··| ··~·¸ -i¬i ,iºi ·iºi
-i«i-i ¬ ¬iº ¬ ·i ¤ ¬i º ¬ ¬ u¬
u·iº |¬· ·· ¬iº ;·t ·ii -i
··¸ ºi ¬i · «¬i;- ¤º ·i¬i ··i|
·iiºu ¬i ¬|·i¬¸ ¤-i¬i ¬i ¤¸ ºi
¤i-· ¬-ºi ·i ¬ ¬-¬iº |·|·i·-
· ·ii ¬ -i«i-i ¤¸ suis |«··¬i
¤º ¬· |·iu |¬·i ··i|
·iiºu ¬ ¬i·i ¬i·i |·· ·ii -
¬ « |·iu ¤·ii ¬ ºi·-i· u·ii ¬··
· ·ii , ·i -i ¬i -i-¬ ··
¬---¤ui |-·iiººi ¤¸|u·i ¬
¬ « |·iu ¬·ii ·|·u¬ ·u ¤¸ suis
¬i ¬Ÿiº |··i ··i|
|·|·i·- ¤ºi·iiº¬i , |··i ·i -¤ ¬
|·|-·i-¬i ¬i ¬·iti «-i- ¬
38 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
especially the regulators a senior level workshop was
organized on the subject “Implementation of WTO TBT
Agreement, Expectations from WTO TBT Enquiry Point”.
The workshop was chaired jointly by Secretary, Consumer
Affairs and Special Secretary, Ministry of Commerce.
Information with regard to the structure and functioning of
WTO, TBT agreement, the Notifications and their
si gni fi cance on Gl obal Trade and the Rol e and
Responsibilities of Regulators and BIS as TBT Enquiry
Point was provided to the participants during the workshop.
Presentations were made on the Role of Enquiry Point
and responsibility of stakeholders in the seminars
organized by BIS technical departments in the fields of
electrical engineering and textiles.
CE Marking Information Centre
To facilitate Export of products to EU countries, an
information centre has been established at BIS. Through
this information on CE Marking on EU legislation,
directives and procedure is being disseminated to Indian
industries.
As part of the implementation of EU-India Trade &
Investment Development Programme (TIDP) funded by
European Commission and coordinated by Ministry of
Commerce, Government of India, BIS has been identified
as the nodal department for CE marking activity in India.
A web portal on CE marking has been developed and
hosted with a link to the BIS main home page to provide
information to potential exporter for facilitating export.
The information centre at BIS would help the industry in
getting required information on CE marking quickly.
Technical Information Service Centre
BIS provided Technical Information Services to Industry,
importers, exporters, individuals and government agencies
in response to their enquiries. In this endeavour, about
900 enquiries were responded during the period.
Sponsorship of Identification Numbers
The following services were provided:
Issuer Identification Number (IIN)
ISO/IEC 7812-1 Identification Cards – Identification of
issuers – Part 1: Numbering system specifies a numbering
system for the identification of issuers of the identification
cards used in international and/ or inter-industry
interchange. This is a number that identifies the major
industry and the card issuer and that forms the first part of
the primary account number. BIS facilitates the issue of
IIN as per ISO 7812-1 by sponsoring applications of Banks/
Financial Organizations to the American Bankers
Association (ABA). Five Issuer Identification numbers have
been issued during the year so far.
¬· ·· ¬ ··~·¸ -i¬i , -i«i-i ¬ºiº, ¬i ¬i·i···-, ··~·¸ -i¬i ,
-i«i-i ¤¸ suis ¬ ·· ¬ ¤-·i·ii· |··i· ¤º ¬- ¬ ·|º·- -uº ¬i
¬ ·i |·-·i ¬i ¬i·i ·- |¬·i ··i| ¬ ·i |·-·i ¬i ¬ ¤i¬- ¬ ··u
-¤ ¬ ¬|¤·, ¬¤·ii ·ui -i-¬ ·· |··i ·i ¬|¤·, ·i|ºi·· - ~i¬· -
|¬·i| ··~·¸ -i¬i ¬i ¬ º¤-i ·· ¬i· ¬ººi, -i«i-i ¬ºiº, ¬|·i¬¸ ¤-i¬i
u·ii ·|··¬ ··i¤iº ¤º ¬-¬i -t-· ·· |·|-·i-¬i ¬i ·i¸ |-¬i
u·ii ·i|·-· ¬iº -i«i-i ¤¸ suis ¬ ·· ¬ -¤ - ·iiºui· -i-¬
··¸ ºi ¬ « ·ii ¬¸ ¤-i ¤|u·ii|··i ¬i ;- ¬ ·i |·-·i ¬ ·iºi- ¬¤¬··i
¬ºi; ·;| ¤¸ suis ¬ ·· u·ii ¤ºi·ii|º·i ¬ ·i|·-· ¬i ·i¸ |-¬i ¤º
|·¬u ; ·i|-·ºi ¬iº ·-~i ¬i · ¬ ·i ~ - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi u¬-i¬i
|··ii·i ,iºi ¬i·i |·u ·i |·-·i - ¤-uui¬ººi |¬· ··|
¬í, ¬ií¬¬ ¬¸¤¬i ¬·«
·¸ ºi ¤i· · ·ii - ¬-¤i·i ¬ |-·iu ¬i ¬|··ii ¤·i- ¬º- ¬ |¬·
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ·¬ ¬¸ ¤-i ¬ ·· ¬i -·ii¤-i ¬i ·;| ·¸ ºi ¤i· · ·ii
¬ |··ii-i , |-· ·ii u·ii ¤|¬·i |·|·i·i ¤º ¬i; -i|¬ · ¬i ;¬
¬¸ ¤-i ¬ -i··- ¬ ;¬ ·iiºui· ¬¬i ·i ¬ «i¤ ¤¬i|ºu |¬·i ·i
ºti t|
·¸ ºi ¤i· ¬ ·i÷·iiºu ··i¤iº ¬i º |-· ·i ¬i· ¬- ¬ ¬i·i ···- ¬ ·ii· ¬
-¤ - ;¬¬i |-|·i¬ººi ·¸ ºi ¤i· ¬i·i · ,iºi u·ii ¬-··· ·i|ºi··
- ~i¬·, ·iiºu ¬º¬iº ,iºi |¬·i ··i t | ·iiºu - ¬i; -i|¬ ·
¬i· ¬¬i¤ ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·¬ -i ·¬ |··ii· ¬ -¤ - ¬|·i¬iu
|¬·i ··i t | ¬i; -i|¬ · ¤º ·¬ · « ¤i - ¬ ¬i |·¬i¬ |¬·i ··i ¬i º
;¬ |-·i u ¬i ¬ |··ii · - ¬ |¬· ¬ ·ii|·iu |-·i u¬i ¬i ·i-¬iºi ¤ ·i-
¬º- ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ - ·· ti - ¤ · ¤º |¬ ¬ ¬ ¬i·i ti -- |¬·i
··i t | ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ·t ¬¸ ¤-i ¬ ·· ¬i; -i|¬ · ¤º ¬¤ |·iu ¬¸ ¤-i
·ii·i ui ¤¸ · ¬ ¤i- - ¬¬i · ¬i ¬ti·ui ¬º ·i|
u¬¬í¬í ¬¸¤¬i ¬ui ¬·«
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi u¬-i¬i ¬¸ ¤-i ¬ ·i· ¬¬i ·, ¬i·iu¬i , |-·iu¬i ,
··|·u·i u·ii ¬º¬iºi ¬|·i¬ººii ¬i |·¬i¬i¬i ¬ ¬-iº - ¬¤¬··i
¬ºi; ·iui t | ;¬ ¤·i¬ - ;¬ ¬·|·i ¬ ·iºi- see ¬ ¬|·i¬
|·¬i¬i¬i ¬i ¬-iº |··i ··i ·ii|
¤z¤i¬ ¬«¤i¬i ¬i ¤i¤i¬¬
|-·-|¬|·iu ¬ ·i· ¤·i- ¬i ·; ·ii
¬iºí¬ui ¤z¤i¬ ¬«¤i (¬i,¬i,y¬)
¬i; ·¬¬i ,¬i; ; ¬i /s·z÷· ¬i ·t ·ii· ¬ uºi ·- i· |·|-·- -
¤ · ·u ¤t¤i- ¬i·i ¬ ·iºi¬ui ¬i ¬i ¤t¤i-÷·ii· · ¬ |¬·
·¬ ¬ ··i ¬- ¤¸|u |·|-|· ·- ¬ºui t | ·t ¬ ··i ¤ - ·i ¬¬i ·
u·ii ¬i· ·iºi¬ui ¬i ¤t¤i- ¬ºui t ¬i º ¤t¤i- ¬ ··i ¬i
¤t¬i ·ii· ti ui t | « ¬i ,|·-ii· ¬ -·ii¬i ¬ ¬i· ·-i ¬i ¬-·i -
¬- |º¬- « ¬¬ ·¬i |¬··i- (·«i·) ¬i ¬º ¬ ·ii -i ··¸ ºi
¬i; ·¬¬i /s·z ÷· (; ) ¬ ¬- ¬iº ¬i; ¬i; ·- ·iºi ¬º- -
-·· ¬ºui t | ··i ¬ ·i ºi- ¤i¤ ¬i; ¬i; ·- ¬ ··i· ·iºi ¬i
·; t |
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 39
Institution Identification Codes (IIC)
IIC is a unique number assigned to financial institutions
participating in financial transaction card originated
messages by American Bankers’ Association (ABA) under
the authorization of ISO in accordance with ISO 8583.
This International Standard specifies a common interface
by which financial transaction card originated messages
may be interchanged between acquirers and card issuers.
It specifies message structure, format and content, data
elements and values for data elements.
Registered Application Provider Identifier (RID)
RID is a hardware index code used in identification cards
– integrated circuit cards with contacts. It is allotted in
accordance with ISO/IEC 7816-5 Identification Cards–
Integrated Circuit Cards– Part 5 : Numbering System and
Registration Procedure for Application Identifiers, by the
Registration Authority, Copenhagen, Denmark under the
authorization of ISO.
World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI)
In coordination with the, Society of Automotive Engineers
(SAE), USA, BIS fulfils the responsibility of issuing the
WMI Codes as per ISO 3780: 1983 Road Vehicles– World
Manufacturer Identifier (Code), to the automobile
manufacturers and exporters in India. One application
was processed for the allotment of WMI Code during the
year.
Technical Clarifications on DGFT Notification No. 44
(RE-2000)
DGFT’s Notification No. 44 (RE-2000)/1997-2002 dated
24 November 2000 made BIS certification mandatory for
various products before they could enter into Indian
market. Subsequently, a policy circular No. 4 (RE-2001)/
1997-2002 dated 19 June 2001 was issued stating that
clarification, whether a product is covered within the ambit
of Notification 44 or not, so far applicable to BIS
standards, would only be issued by BIS, and such a
clarification issued by BIS shall be binding on all
concerned. After issuance of amendments to these
Notifications, at present, 109 products fall within the ambit
of this Notification. BIS issued 90 clarifications during
the year on different products.
Library Services
During the year 2006-2007, Library Services Centre (LSC),
at the Headquarters and also at its four Regional Offices
at Mumbai, Kolkata, Chandigarh and Chennai added to
its collection, 2 000 books, standards type documents
issued by overseas standard bodies as well as publications
and standards issued by various learned societies and
forei gn Associ ati ons engaged i n the work of
standardization.
¬-ªii ¤z¤i¬ ¬i÷ (¬i,¬i,¬í)
¬i;¬i;¬i ·¬ ¬-·· ¬ ··i t ·i ¬i;·¬¬i srss ¬ ¬-¬iº
¬i;·¬¬i ¬ ¤i|·i¬iº ¬ ¬ u·u ¬- |º¬- « ¬¬ ·¬i |¬··i- ,iºi
«-i· ·· |·-ii· ¬ -÷· - ¬i· ¬ · ·ii - ·ii· ¬ - ·i¬ |·-ui·
¬ -·ii-i ¬i ¬i ¤i ·iui t| ·t ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬ ·¬ ¬i =i ¬ u¤·-
|·|-|··- ¬ºui t |·¬¬ ,iºi |·-ii· ¬ -÷· -÷¬i· ¬ ¤i ··i¸ u
¬ · ·ii ¬i ¬i· ¬ ¤ i·u¬ui ¬i ¬i º ·iºi¬ui ¬i ¬ «i¤ ¬i·i-÷¤ ·i-
ti ¬¬ | ;¬- ¬ · ·i ¬ º¤-i, +i- - ¬iº |··i··-u, ¬i ¬· ¬iº
¬i ¬· i ¬ -¸ ~· |·|-|··- |¬· ·iu t |
¤¬í¡u ¬iu«¬ ¤iu·ii¬¬ui ¤z¤i¬¬ui (¬iº¬i,÷í)
¬iº ¬i; ·i ·¬ ti·· ·º ;·· ·¬ ¬i · t |·¬¬i ¤·i · ¤t¤i-
¬i·i ÷ ¬ ¤¬i ·i¬ ¬- |¬u ¤|º¤·i ¬i·i ÷ - |¬·i ·iui t|
;¬- ¬i· ·-, + i;¬ ¬i ¬i º ¤·i u·ii ¬·· ¬ « |·iu ¬i ¬· ti u t ,
|·¬¬i u¬-i -·|·· ¬i ¬i ¬· ¬iº ¬i· ·- - ·¤¬ - ¬ |-·¤i·-
¬i u¬-i ¬ |¬· ¬i ·iui t ¬iº ·t ¬i;·¬¬i ¬ ¤i|·i¬iº ¬
¬ u·u ¤ ·i·- ¤i|·i¬ººi, ¬i ¤ -t·-, · ·-i¬ ,iºi ¬i;·¬¬i ,
¬i;;¬i /s·c÷r ¬ ¬-¬iº ¬i« |-u |¬·i ·iui t|
íu:u íuí¬¬iºi ¤z¤i¬¬ui ¬iºí ¬º¬i (÷·-¤¸y¬¬i,)
¬i ¬i;-i ¬i+ ¬i-i -i |-· ; ·i|-·¬ (·¬·;), ·¸ ·¬· ¬ ¬i·i
¬-··· - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ·iiºu - ¬i-i -i «i;¬ |·|--iui¬i ¬iº
|-·i u¬i ¬i ¬i; ·¬¬i s/se ·sss ¬· ¬ ¬ ·it-÷ |···|·|--i ui
¤t¤i-¬ui (¬i ·) ·iºi ¬º- ¬i ¬-iº·i|·-· ¤¸ ºi ¬ºui t| ··i ¬
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·iºi |¬·i ··i ·¬ -¤·-i¬ººi ¬·ii ¬ « |·iui ¤º «i··¬iºi ti ·i|
;¬ ¬|·i¬¸¤-i ¬ ¬·ii·i- ¬i ·iºi ¬º- ¬ «i· ·u-i- -
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- |·|·i·- ¬-¤i·i ¬ se · ¬ -i-¬i ¤º -¤·-i¬ººi ·iºi |¬·|
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,iºi ·iºi -i-¬ ¤¬iº ¬ ¤¬ ·ii ¬iº |·|·i·- ·i-¬iº ¬ -·ii¬i
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40 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
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· i|~¬ ·i-i« ¬ ¬i ¬¬u- ¬º- ¬ |¬· ¤-u¬i¬· ¬i·iiº·i¸ u
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¬|·i¬ |º¬i· t |
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¤ -u¬i¬· - ¤ i·u ¬·ii ¤ -u¬i ¬i ¬¸ ¤i -i|¬¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º ¤ -u¬i¬·
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t ¬iº ¬i·|~¬ ··i-¬· ··i¬ººi (·¸ ·i ¬i) ¬ ¤- ·· |··i·i ¬
·ze ··i¤¬ |··i· -·i¸ ¬ ¬-¸ ti ¬ ¬ u·u ··i¸u -¤ - ·i-¬iºi
¤-uu ¬ºui t|
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··i¤iº u·ii ¬¬i · ¬ ¤|u|-|·i·i - ¬iº ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬|·i¬i|º·i u·ii
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¬¤¬··i ¬ºi ¬ -i-¬ |--iºi |··ii·i ¬i ¤¸ ºi -·· ¬i| ¬¬- ·¸ º
¬iº ¤i¬ ¬ ¬i; · s«z |·¬i¬i¬i ¬i ¬-iº · ¬º ·iiºui· ··i¤iº
u·ii ¬¬i · ¬i ¬ti·ui ¬i| ·¬ ·¬ ¬i - ¬i; ·¬ ¬i ,iºi ¤-uu
-i-¬i ¬ |¬· ¬ uºi·-i· ··i¬ººi (¬i; ¬i ·¬) ¬ ¬-¬iº
-¬i·i ·iiºui· -i-¬i ¬i ¬ |tui«¸ ¬º- ¬ |¬· ·ii ¬¤-i ¬ ·i·
·i | ··i ¬ ·iºi- ·rs -¬i·i ¬i ¬ |tui«¸ |¬·i ··i|
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¬iui t | ¤-u¬i¬· ¬ ¬·-· ·ii ¬-¬i ¤·i · ¬ºu t |
¤-u¬i¬· ¬¸ ¤-i ¬ ·i ¬ ·· - ·i ~i· u·ii ·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i ¬
¤-u¬i¬·i ¬i ¤|~¬i· ¬iº ¬·· u¬-i¬i ¤-u¬ ¬¤¬··i ¬ºi;|
The Library continued to supply basic information for
updating the mechanized database of World Standards
called “Manaksandarbhika” maintained by Information
Technology Services Department. All the standards
received here were codified as input for the database which
now comprises above 3 lakh and 46 200 records.
As part of its current awareness services, LSC publishes
a monthly list of all the books received in the library, under
the title “Addition to the Library–Books and Pamphlets”.
This bulletin is for circulation to in-house users and library
members and presents information in classified form under
120 broad subjects groups selected from Universal
Decimal Classification (UDC).
There are 1 400 individuals and organizations as current
members of the library in various categories. Out of this
223 new members have joined during this year. About
17 000 publications/standards were consulted or issued
to the representatives of trade and industry as well as
officers and staff of the Bureau.
Reference services were provided to 4 100 visitors by way
of preparing 8 exhaustive subject bibliographies and
making available, the reference materials of their choice.
The reference uni t ful l y supported the standards
formulating departments by providing the bibliographies.
It assisted the Indian Trade and Industry by answering
1 942 long and short range queries as received from them.
LSC also provided its service for codifying draft Indian
Standards as per International Classification for Standards
(ICS) as propounded by ISO. During the year 158 drafts
were codified.
At present library received 200 (approx) periodicals to keep
abreast of the latest developments in science and
technology by officers BIS. Members of the library are
also using them.
LSC supplied journals and other technical books to the
Regional Offices libraries also.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 41
¤ízi+iºi ¬¤iv TRAINING SERVICES
Training Institute
Bureau of Indian Standards has set up National Institute
of Training for Standardization (NITS) in the year 1995 to
meet the training needs of industry, Government and
Service sector. The institute operates from its campus at
Noida since May 2003.
Training Programmes for Industry
During the year, NITS conducted Training Programmes
for 31 In-house programmes and 49 Open Programmes
Industry Personnel in the field of Quality Management
Systems, Envi ronmental Systems, Food Safety
Management Systems, and Laboratory Management
Systems etc.
International Training Programmes
The 3rd International Training Programme on
Management Systems for Developing Countries was
organized at NITS, Noida from 4 September –
29 September 2006 which
was attended by
22 parti ci pants from 17
countries.
39
th
Internati onal
Trai ni ng Programme on
Standardization and Quality
Assurance for Developing
Countries had started on 16
October 2006. 43 participants
from 27 countri es
parti ci pated i n thi s
programme.
A Workshop on “Li fe
Cycle Assessment as per ISO
14040 Standards” was
conducted by ISO at NITS, Noida during 10-12
January 2007. Participants from 6 neighbouring
countries and BIS attended the workshop.
An Awareness raising
seminar on IS/ISO 10015
and Quality Management in
Human Capital Formation
was organi zed at NI TS,
Noida during 7-8 February
2007 by ISO. 44 participant
from BIS, Indian Industry and
nei ghbouri ng count ri es
attended the Seminar.
Training Programmes
Organized for the first time
As per the directions of
Department of Consumer
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·i¬i ·i ·-i ¬i ¬i·i ·- |¬·i
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42 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
Affairs, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public
Distribution, the first training programme of 2 days
duration on Consumer Protection for District
Magistrates was organized on 25-26 May 2006 at
NITS, Noida which was attended by 16 officers from
10 States. The programme was inaugurated by
Justice M.B. Shah, President, National Consumer
Disputes Redressal Commission. Smt. Alka Sirohi,
Additional Secretary (Consumer Affairs) and Shri S.P.
Sharma, DG, BIS were also present during the
Inaugural Session and the training sessions. Shri L.
Mansingh, Secretary, Department of Consumer
Affairs, chaired the concluding session of the
programme. During the concluding session Smt Alka
Sirohi, Additional Secretary (Consumer Affairs), Shri
S.P. Sharma, DG, BIS, Smt Jayashree Gupta, Joint
Secretary (Consumer Affairs) and Shri P. Venkatesan,
Director, Department of Consumer Affairs were also
present.
For the first time a Workshop was organized for the
participants from industry on preparing for Rajiv
Gandhi National Quality Awards – 2006 on 15-16
June 2006 at Bangalore.
First Training programme on Measurement of
Customer Satisfaction was organized during 7-8 June
at BIS, Chennai.
For the fi rst ti me 3 open programmes on
Measurement of Uncertainty were conducted
separately in 3 different fields, that is, Electrical,
Mechanical and Chemical.
First Open Programme of two days duration on
Method Validation was organized on 30-31 October
2006 at NITS, Noida.
Training Programme on Hindi
A Workshop on use of Hindi Software in MS Word was
organized for officers and staff of BIS HQs on 20 June
2006 at NITS, Noida.
Programmes under Consumer Welfare Funds
The second meeting of the Executive Committee set up
by Department of Consumer Affairs to monitor the financial
assistance from Consumer Welfare Fund to NITS was held
on 22 January 2007 at NITS, Noida.
During 2007-08 NITS has conducted 4 programmes on
Consumer Protection for State and District Level Officers
in which 70 officials have been trained. So far NITS has
conducted 20 programmes training 399 officials.
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- ze ¬i· ¬-i - sss ¬|·i¬i|º·i ¬i ¤ |·i·iºi |··i t |
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 43
Training Programmes on IS 15700
Right to good governance is seen as an essential part of
citizen’s rights. In order to present a citizen friendly
government, several initiative had been taken in the past
such as declaration of citizen’s charter, setting-up of public
grievance redress mechanisms, etc by various ministries
and departments. Right to Information Act is another step
in this direction.
Department of Administrative Reforms and Public
Grievances (DARPG), Government of India has launched
a programme for achieving excellence in public service.
As a step towards this it was decided to establish a
standard on service quality to ensure minimum standards
of service delivery in all sectors pertaining to or influenced
by government. In l i ne wi th thi s deci si on of the
Government, BIS has developed an Indian Standard, IS
15700 : 2005 ‘Quality Management Systems –
Requirements for Service Quality by Public Service
Organizations’.
NITS, the Training Institute of BIS has started providing 3
days training programme to its own employees as well as
from Government Sector since January 2006. So far we
have conducted 7 such programmes (both In-house and
Open).
Other Programmes
NITS is also organizing programmes for BIS officials also
in the field of different Management Systems, Finance,
Manageri al Effecti veness etc. Thi s year 20 such
programmes were conducted by NITS.
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¤¤·ii¤ui ¬«í·iu ^íuí¤í·i¤i CONSUMER RELATED ACTIVITIES
¤¤·ii«ui ¬i¬«¬ui ¬i¤u¬
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬¤- ·i ~i· u·ii ·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i ¬ - -·¬ ¬ -i··-
¬ ¬¤·ii ·ui ·i·-¬ui ¬i· ¬-
¬i·i |·u ¬º¬ ¬iº ¬¤·ii ·ui
¬ ·--i ,i ºi ¬i ·i | ·u
¬ ·i |·-·i ,¬i··ii¬i¬i - ·ii·
¬ ¬º ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·|u|·|·i·i
¬ «iº - ¬¤·ii ·ui ·i·-¬ui
¬i «« iui t| ;- ¬i·¬-i ¬
·i ºi-, ·ii· ¬ - ·i¬i ¬i |·|·i·-
·ºiui |-· ~ºi ¬i· ·ii , ·ii -i
··¸ ºi -i-¬ |¤t- ¬ ··¤·i ·
¬ |¬· · ·i , ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬ º·iºi
¬|·i|-·-, ¬¤·ii ·ui |·i¬i·u
|-·iººi ¤¸|u ¬i|· ¬ «iº -
·i-¬iºi ·i ·;| ··i zeec÷e/
¬ ·iºi- ··¸ ºi ¬ - ··i¬·,
·i ~i·,·ii·ii ¬i·i ¬·i ,iºi
¬¬ zss ¬¤·ii ·ui ·i·-¬ui
¬i·¬- ¬i·i |·u |¬· ·· ·i |
Consumer Awareness Programmes
BIS promoted consumer awareness regarding BIS
activities by conducting consumer awareness programmes
and by participation in
semi nars/conferences
organized by consumer
organizations through its
network of regional and
branch offices. During
these programmes,
participants were informed
about vari ous qual i ty
control orders, penalties
for mi suse of BIS
Standard Mark,
Consumer Protection Act,
consumer gri evance
redressal mechanism etc.
238 consumer awareness
programmes have been
conducted during the year
44 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
2006-07 by BIS HQs/ROs/
BOs. Some of these
programmes were
exclusively for creating
awareness for Hallmarking
of gold jewellery.
Public Grievances
Complaints regarding BIS
certified products received
from consumers are being
reviewed and monitored
every month for redressal.
73 new complaints were
regi stered and 109
complaints were redressed
during the year 2006 -07.
World Consumer Rights Day
World Consumer Rights Day was celebrated by BIS
through its network of ROs/BOs in March 2006. On the
occasion, consumer awareness programmes, seminars
and exhibitions were organized at HQs, Regional and
Branch Offices of the Bureau. The programmes were
attended by consumers, delegates from consumer
organizations, educational institutions and Government
officials.
Brochures Published for the Benefit of Consumers
BIS has published 14 brochures on the subjects of
consumers’ interest. Some of these brochures have been
pri nted i n 10 regi onal
l anguages, namel y
Assamese, Bengali, Oriya,
Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam,
Kannada, Guj arati ,
Marathi and Punjabi.
Citizen Charter
BIS Ci ti zen Charter,
approved by Department
of Personnel & Training
(DOPT), Mi ni stry of
Administrative Reforms &
Public Grievances, has
been implemented. Time
norms speci fi ed for
various activities of BIS in
the Charter have been
displayed at HQs/ROs/BOs have also been advised for
display of time norms specified in the Charter at prominent
place. The charter has been hosted on BIS website in
bilingual format.
;-- ¬ ¬s |·|·i·- ¬i·¬-
-·ºi ¬i·i¸ ·iºii ¬i ti¬-i|¬ · ¤º
·i·-¬ui ¤·i ¬º- ¬ |¬· ti
·i |
¬¬ui ¬í í:i¬i¤u
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤-i|ºiu ¬-¤i·i ¬
«iº - ¤i·u |·i¬i·ui ¬i tº
-it ¬-i·ii · |-·ºi-i ¬i ·iui
t ui|¬ |·i¬i·u¬ui ¬i ¬i
¬-i·ii- ·~·i |¬·i ·i ¬¬ |
zeec÷e/ ¬ ·i ºi- /s -;
|·i¬i·u º|·--º ¬i ·; ¬iº
¬¬ ·es |·i¬i·ui ¬i |-«-i·i
··i|
íu:u ¤¤·ii«ui ¬íti¬iº í«u¬
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi ·i ~i·,·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i ¬ ¬¤- - -·¬ ¬ -i··-
¬ -i¤ zeec - |··· ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬|·i¬iº |··¬ --i·i ··i ·ii| ;¬
¬·¬º ¤º ··¸ ºi ¬ -··i¬· ¬iº ·i ~i· u·ii ·ii·ii ¬i·i¬·i -
¬¤·ii ·ui ·i·-¬ui ¬i· ¬-i , ¬ ·i |·-·i ¬i º ¤ ··i |-·i ¬i ¬i·i ·-
|¬·i ··i ·ii| ;- ¬i·¬-i - ¬¤·ii ·ui¬i , ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬ ·--i ·
·i|·i¬ ¬ -·ii¬i ¬ ¤|u|-|·i·i ¬iº ¬º¬iºi ¬|·i¬i|º·i - ·ii·
|¬·i ·ii|
¤¤·ii«ui¬i ¬ ¬i·i ¬ í¬y ¤¬ií:iu íuuºíºi¬iy
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬¤·ii ·ui |tu ¬ |··i·i ¤º ·« |··º|ºi¬i· ¤¬i|·iu
¬i t | ;-- ¬ ¬s |··º|ºi¬i· ·e ·i ~i· ·ii·ii¬i - ¬¤¬··i t,
|·- ¬ -i- t ¬¬|-·i, « ·i¬i,
¬|· ·i, u|-¬, u ¬·, -¬·i¬-,
¬·-· , · ·ºiui, -ºi-i ¬i º
¤ ·i«i|
í¬<í¬¬ ¤i<º
¬i|- ¬ ¬i º ¤ |·i·iºi |··ii·
(·i¬i ¤i-i), ¤ ·ii¬|-¬ ¬ ·iiº
·· ¬i ¬ |·i¬i·u - ~i¬· ,iºi
¬- -i |·u ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i
-i·|º¬ ¤i- º ¬i ¬i·i ···-
|¬·i ··i t | ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i
|·|·i·- ·|u|·|·i·i ¬ |¬· ¤i- º
- |·|-|· ·- ¬-· -i-¬i ¬i
- ··i¬·, ·i ~i· ¬i º ·ii·ii ¬i·i ¬· - ·¬ «i · ¤º ¤ ·|·i u ¬º
|··i ··i t | ¤i- º |,·ii·ii -¤ - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i · «¬i;- ¤º
|··i ··i t |
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 45
¬uºiªcí¤ ^íuí¤í·i¤i
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES
The Bureau continued its activities in the field of
International Standardization by way of active participation
in the various activities of the International Organization
for Standardization (ISO) and International Electro
Technical Commission (IEC). The Bureau also continued
its activities in the field of regional and bilateral
co-operation with other countries. The details of the some
activities in the area of International Co-operation are
highlighted below:
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
During the year, BIS participated actively in ISO Policy
meetings and the ISO Committee meetings on Developing
Country matters. Participation in ISO Committees /
Subcommittees where India is a ‘P’ member and where
India holds secretariat responsibilities was continued.
BIS has been successfully utilizing the Global Directory
for managing the database with regard to participation in
ISO/TC/SC work.
A seminar on Food Safety Management Systems as per
ISO: 22000 were organized by BIS jointly with ISO, for
the member countries in the region. About 200 delegates
participated in the seminar.
Director General, BIS was appointed the ISO Regional
Liaison Officer (RLO) for South Asia Region for the period
2004 – 2006 with the objective to identify and analyse the
needs and requirements of the countries in the Region
and to strengthen their participation in International
Standardization activities. To promote the significance of
International Standardization as RLO, a visit was paid to
Sri Lanka by DG, BIS. Similarly, a BIS official visited
Bhutan to assess their needs for upgradation of facilities
in the field of standardization.
An MoU between NITS (BIS) and ISO was signed in
September 2006 to use the Training Institute of BIS as
Regional Training Centre of ISO. This will help in promoting
Standardization activities in the region.
Prof. Masami Tanaka, president of ISO visited BIS on 6th
November 2006 and an interactive workshop was held
with industry and other stakeholders on importance of
International standardization post-WTO Scenario.
··¸ ºi - ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬i¬ººi ¬ ·-- (¬i;·¬¬i ) ¬iº ¬ uºi·-i·
·¬u÷u¬-i¬i ¬i·i · (¬i;;¬i) ¬ -i|u÷|-·iiº¬ |-¬i·i ¬iº
u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u·i ¬i ·|u|·|·i·i - ·ii· ¬ ¬º ¬ uºi ·- i· -i-¬i¬ººi
¤|º··· - ¬¤-i ¤·i¬ ·iºi º·ii| ¬·· · ·ii ¬ ¬i·i |,¤·ii·
¬ « ·i -· «¸ u ¬º- ¬i |··ii - ·ii ··¸ ºi - ¬¤- ¤·i¬ ·iºi º·i |
¬ uºi·-i· ¬t·i · ¬ ·i ~ - -t-·¤¸ ºi ·|u|·|·i·i ¬i ··i ºi -i¤
|··i ·i ºti t
¬uºi·<í¤ ¬i¬¬í¬ººi ¬¬o¬ (¬i,y¬¬i)
··i ¬ ·iºi-, ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬i;·¬¬i -i|u «-¬i ¬iº |·¬i¬·ii¬
· ·i ¬ -i-¬i ¤º ¬i;·¬¬i ¬|-|u «-¬i - ¬|¬· -¤ ¬ ·ii·
|¬·i| ¬i;·¬¬i ¬|-|u·i ,¬¤÷¬|-|u·i ¬i ·ii·i·iºi, ·ti ·iiºu
·¬ ¤i ¬·-· t , ¬i º ·ti ·iiºu ¬ ¤i¬ ¬|¤·i¬· ¬i ¬-iº·i|·-·
t, ·iºi º·ii ··i|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i¬i,·¬¬i ¬i· - ·ii· ¬ - ¬ ¬ « ·i
- ·i-i« ¬ ¤« ·i t u ·|··¬ |-· |·i¬i ¬i ¬¤·i · ¬+¬ui¤¸ ·¬
|¬·i t|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ,iºi ¬i;·¬¬i ¬ ¬i·i ¬ ··u -¤ ¬ ¬i;·¬¬i
zzeee ¬ ¬-¬iº ·ii¬ ¬º·ii ¤« ·i ¤¸|u·i ¤º ·¬ ¬ ·i ·-i ¬i
¬i·i ·- ·i ~ ¬ ¬·-· · ·ii ¬ |¬· |¬·i ··i| ;¬ ¬ ·i ·-i -
¬··i· zee ¬|u|·i·i - ·ii· |¬·i|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ -ti|-· ·i¬ ¬i ·i ~ ¬ · ·ii ¬i ·-ºui ¬iº
¬i···¬ui¬i ¬i ¬|·i¬iu ¬º- u·ii ¬-¬ |··¬ ·iºi u·ii ¬ uºi ·-i·
-i-¬i¬ººi ·|u|·|·i·i - ¬-¬i ·ii·i·iºi ¬·« «-i- ¬ ¬· ·· ¬
¬i·i zee«÷ec ¬i ¬·|·i ¬ |¬· ·|·iºi ·|·i·i ·i ~ ¬ |¬·
¬i;·¬¬i ·i ~i· ¬-··· ¬|·i¬iºi (¬iº·¬¬i ) |-··u |¬·i ··i
·ii| ¬iº·¬¬i ¬ -¤ - ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬i¬ººi ¬ -t-· ¬i
¤i -¬it- · - ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ -ti|-· ·i¬ - ¬i¬ ¬i ¬i ·iºi
|¬·i| ;¬i ¤¬iº ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬|·i¬iºi - -i-¬i¬ººi ¬ ·i ~
- ¬|··ii¬i ¬ ¬·-·- ¬i ¬i···¬ui ¬i ¬i¬¬- ¬º- ¬ |¬·
·i¸ -i- ¬i ·iºi |¬·i|
·-¬i;-i·¬ (·ii -i ··¸ ºi ) ¬iº ¬i;·¬¬i ¬ «i¤ |¬u·«º zeec -
¬i;·¬¬i ¬ ·i ~i· ¤|·i·iºi ¬ ·· ¬ -¤ - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¤|·i·iºi
¬ -·ii- ¬i ¬¤·i · ¬º- ¬ |¬· ·¬ ¬-=iui ¬i¤- ¤º t-ui·iº
|¬· ··| ;¬¬ ·i ~ - -i-¬i¬ººi ·|u|·|·i·i ¬i ¤i -¬it- · - -
¬ti·ui |-¬ ·i|
¬i;·¬¬i ¬ ¬···i ¤i . -i¬i-i u-i¬i - c -··«º, zeec ¬i ·ii
-i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·iºi |¬·i ¬iº ··~·¸ -i¬i ¬ «i· ¬ ¤|º··· -
¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬i¬ººi ¬ -t-· ¤º ¬¬i · u·ii ¬·· ¤ºi·ii|º·i ¬
¬i·i ·¬ ¬ u|¬·i--¬ ¬i··ii¬i - ·ii· |¬·i|
46 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
Efforts were made for strengthening the national
participation in IEC. BIS participated actively in the various
activities of IEC and participated in IECGM meetings at
Berlin in September 2006. BIS delegation attended a
number of policy level meetings in the IEC GM along with
a few technical committee meetings. A number of
representatives from the industry also attended technical
committee meetings held along with the General meeting
at Berlin during this period.
BIS is also member of IECEE & IECQ related to
certification of electrical and electronic products/companies
BIS officer has also been elected as the member of the
IEC Council Board for the period of 3 years. Active
participation in the IEC Committee/Subcommittees where
India is P member was continued.
¬uºi·<í¤ uuu÷u¬¬í¬í ¬i¤i¬ (¬i,,¬í)
¬i;;¬i - ºi·-i· ¤|u·ii|·ui ¬i ¬·« «-i- ¬ ¤·i¬ |¬· ··|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬i;;¬i ¬i |·|·i·- ·|u|·|·i·i - ¬|¬· -¤ ¬ ·ii·
|¬·i ¬iº |¬u·«º zeec - «|¬- - ¬i·i |·u ¬i;;¬i·i·- «-¬i
- ·ii· |¬·i| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ |·i·- - ·¬ - ¬s u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u
«-¬i ¬|tu ¬i;;¬i ¬i -i|u -uºi· ¬- ¬ ¬i-i·· «-¬i - ·ii·
|¬·i| ;¬ ¬·|·i ¬ ·iºi- «|¬- - ¬i·i |·u ¬i-i·· «-¬i ¬
¬i·i ¬¬i · ¬ ¬- ¬ ¤|u|-|·i·i - u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u·i ¬i «-¬i -
·ii ·ii· |¬·i|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi |·¬u u·ii ;¬·-i|-¬ ¬-¤i·i ,¬·¤|-·i ¬ ¤-iºi-
¬ ¬ « |·iu ¬i;;¬i;; ¬iº ¬i;;¬i··¸ ¬i ·ii ¬·-· t| ·ii -i
··¸ ºi ¬ ¬|·i¬iºi ¬i ui- ··i ¬i ¬·|·i ¬ |¬· ¬i;;¬i ¤|º·i·
- ·¬ ¬i ¬·-· |-·i |¤u |¬·i ··i t | ¬i; ; ¬i ¬|-|u,¬¤¬|-|u·i
- ¬|¬· ·ii·i·iºi ·iºi ºti ·ti ·iiºu ·¬ ¤i ¬·-· t|
u. ¬i¬ ¬iº ¤« «iº ¬i -ªi¬,íuíªi ¤¤i¬¬
¬.
Sl Name & Designation Place of visit /Date Purpose
No.
·. ¬i ·-. ¬ . ·i ·º, s÷s ¬¤¬, zeec ¬i--i·ii ¬··i ·ii ¤º ¬i · ·¬ ¬|-|u ¬i ss·i ¬~
·¬i|-¬ ·+ (·+··i) ¤i -i¬ · i, «i· i¬
Shri N.K. Grover, 3-8 April 2006 38th Session of Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues
Sc.F (FAD) Fortaleza, Brazil
z. ¬i ¤i. ¬ · ·iiº, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ ··÷·z ¬¤¬ zeec ¬i-i|·¬ · ·ui ¤º ·¬ ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬ ¬ |·¬i¬ ¤º ¬i;·¬¬i
·· ¤-·i(·-·¬·i) |··-i, ¬i|--·i ¬i··ii¬i
Shri P.K. Gambhir, 11-12 April 2006 ISO workshop on the development of an International
Sc.F&H (MSD) Vienna, Austria Standard on ‘Social Responsibility'
s. ¬i ºi¬ ·i ·-i ·e÷·z ¬¤ ¬ zeec · it¬ ¬ u |·- -i-¬ ¤º ¬ uºi ·-i· -i-¬ ¬ |-·ii ººi t u ¬i; ·¬¬i
¬¤º -ti|-· ·i¬ - |··, -¤ - ¬i·¬iºi ¬-¸ t ¬i «-¬
Shri Rakesh Verma, 10-12 April 2006 ISO Working Group meetings for formulation of
ADG Madrid, Spain International Standard on Measurement of Customer
Satisfaction
«. ¬i ·¬. ¤i. ·i-i, -ti|-· ·i¬ z«÷z/ ¬¤¬, zeec t-i ·º - ¬ - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬iº ·i¬i;·- ¬ «i¤ ¬-=iui ¬i¤-
·· ¬i ·i. ·i -·i-i, ·--i, «|¬- ¤º t-ui·iº ¬ |¬· «|¬-, ·--i - ·i¬i;·- -··i¬· ¬i ·iºi
·¬i|-¬ ; (|-· ·i¬) ¬iº t-i ·º «i··- ÷ ¬i-·i ¬-¬ ·ii- ¬iº ¤ºi·iºi ¬ |¬· + ·¬ ¬ -·ii- -
|,¤·ii· ¤¤i ¬iº u¬-i¬i ·iºi
Shri S.P. Sharma, DG & 24-27 April 2006 For signing of MOU between BIS & DIN at Hannover
Shri D. Goswami, Sc.E Germany, Berlin Fair, visit to DIN HQ at Berlin, Germany for bilateral
(Director) & Hannover discussion and technical visit to BAM-Federal Institute
for materials research and testing
r. ¬i ·¬. ¬iº. |¬ t, z«÷zs ¬¤¬ zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i¬i zs ¤ -i |¬·- ¬-¤i·i ¬iº -- t¬i ¬i z«·i
¬¤ -ti|-· ·i¬ (¤i¤i ·· ¬i) ¤i ¬ u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u ¬i «-¬
L.R. Singh, 24-28 April 2006 24th Technical committee meeting of ISO/TC 28
DDG (PP&C) France Petroleum products and lubricants
c. ·i. ¬iº. ¬ . «·i·, zc÷zs ¬¤¬ zeec ·iiºu ¬iº |¬ ·i¤º ¬ «i¤ ¬i;¬i· ¬ ¬ u·u ·-u¬i - ·-¬iº·
·¬i|-¬ ; (|-· ·i¬) |¬·i¤º ¬ ¬i·i···- t u ¬ ··u ¬-¸ t ¬i «-¬
(¬i;¬iº ·· -i¬i;·¬·i)
Dr. R. K. Bajaj, Sc.E 26-28 April 2006 Meeting of Joint Group for implementation of MRA in
(Director)(IR&TISD) Singapore Goods under CECA between India and Singapore
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/. ¬i ·. ·-. · |··, ·¬i|-¬ ; z«÷zs ¬¤¬ zeec ¬i;·¬¬i -i¬i ··s,·¬¬i z ¤·it -i¤- ¬ º¤-i· ¬i u¬-i¬i
(|-· ·i¬) ··¬·¸ ¬iº·i ¬ ·-, ·¸ . ¬ . ¬|-|u «-¬
Shri A.M. David, Sc.E 27-28 April 2006 Technical committee meetings of ISO TC 113/SC 2 ‘Flow
(Director)WRD London, U.K measure structures’
s. ¬i ·-. ·¬. ·-i ·¬i|-¬ ·e÷·s -; zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i¬i ss,·¬¬i z« ¬¤· i ¬ |¬· ¬ ·i·i|- · ¤|º· ·i
; ·· ¤-·i (-i··¬·i) --i¬ti -, -·i·- ¬iº ·ii|u¬ ¤ºi·iºi u·ii ;¬¬ ¬i·¬iºi ¬-¸ t ¬i u¬-i¬i
¬|-|u «-¬
Shri M. S. Verma 10-13 May 2006 Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 38/SC 24
Sc. F & Head (TXD) Stockholm, Sweden 'Conditioning Atmospheres and Physical Tests for Fabrics
and its Working Groups’
s. ¬i-ui -- t ·ii-¬i, ·¬i|-¬ zz÷zc -; zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ¬i¬i ¤i¬i ·¬¬i¬i (¬¤·ii ·ui -i|u ¬|-|u) «-¬
·+ ·· ¤-·i (·¬¤i ·· ¬i··i) ¬i ¬i¬i¬·¤º -¬ |·i·i
Smt. Sneh Bhatla, 22-26 May 2006 ISO COPOLCO ( Consumer Policy Committee) meeting
Sc. F & Head (SP&CAD) Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
·e. ¬i-ui º ºi ··ui, ·¬i|-¬ ·i ·r÷·s -; zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i·-«i u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u ¬i «-¬ (u¬-i¬i ¤« ·i
(¬ ··u |-· ·i¬) ·-·¬·i |¬-«-, ¤u·i¬ - ·¬) ¬i-i|·¬ ·i|·-· ¤º ¬i·¬iºi ¬-¸ t
Smt. Renu Gupta 15-19 May 2006 Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TMB
Sc. D (Joint Director)MSD Lisbon, Portugal (Technical Management Board) Working Group on Social
Responsibility)
··. ¬i ¬·i«iº |¬ t, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ ·c÷·s -; zeec, |·- ·i ¬i;;¬i ¤|º·i· «i · «-¬
·· ¤-·i (·¬¬i;-i·i) -·i-· º¬ ·
Shri Sukh Bir Singh 16-18 May 2006, Geneva IEC Council Board Meeting
Sc. F & Head (LITD) Switzerland
·z. ¬i-ui º¤-i ¬t·¬ ·c÷·/ -; zeec ·º ¤·i~¬ «i·ii¬i ¤º ¬i¤-i ¬¤ ¬-¸ t ¬i «-¬
·¬i|-¬ ·i (¬ ··u |-· ·i¬) ¬i--i ·, - ¤i¬
¬i;¬iº ·· -i¬i;·¬·i
Smt. Rachna Sehgal 16-17 May 2006 Meeting of SAFTA Sub-Group on Non-Tariff Barriers
Sc. D (Joint Director) Kathmandu Nepal
IR &TISD
·s. ¬i ºi¬ ·i ·-i zc÷z/ -; zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i¬i ·zc, u·«i¬¸ ¬iº u·«i¬¸ ¬-¤i·i ¬i u¬-i¬i
¬¤º -ti|-· ·i¬ ¬i¬ · ·i¬,··¸ ·i¬, ¬|-|u «-¬,··¬-i·- ¬ ¬i·i «-¬,··-·¬¬i; ¬ ¬i·i
|+¬i· ¬|+·i ·¸ ·¬· «-¬
Shri Rakesh Verma 21-27 May 2006 Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 126, Tobacco
ADG Las Vegas/New York/ & Tobacco Products /Meeting with ASTM/Meeting with
Philadelphia USA ANSI
·«. ·i. ¬iº. ¬ . «·i· zs÷zc -; zeec ¬i¬ ·i ~i· -i-¬ |-¬i· ¬i ¬i··ii¬i ¬iº -i-¬i u·ii ·ºiui
·¬i|-¬ ; (|-· ·i¬) ¬i--i ·, - ¤i¬ ¤º ¬¤ ¬-¸ t ¬i ¤t¬i «-¬
¬i;¬iº ·· -i¬i;·¬·i
Dr R. K. Bajaj 23-26 May 2006 Workshop of SAARC Regional Standard Body and
Sc. E (Director) IR&TISD Kathmandú, Nepal First Meeting of the Sub-Group on Standards and Quality
·r ¬i ¤i. ¬ . · ·iiº, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ er÷es ·¸ - zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i¬i cs ¬i u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u «-¬, ¬i |··¬i |·|·i·i
·· ¤-·i (·-·¬·i) ¬- |¬-i ¬i¬·i ¬¤i¬i ¬i ¬-¤·i ·
Shri P. K. Gambhir 05-09 June 2006 Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 69, Application
Sc. F & Head (MSD) Sun City South Africa of Statistical Methods
·c. ¬i ·¬. ¤i. ·i-i -ti|-· ·i¬ ec÷e/ ·¸ - zeec ¬i;·- ÷ ¬i;·-;·¬;¬i ·i|·i¬ ·i-¬ u·ii -i-¬ ¬i·i|-¬i
¬i ¬ ·· ¤ u ·¬i|-¬ ·i |·i¬i¬i |-¬i, ·i¬ ¬·i···-·ii - «i·iº ¬ ¬i¬¬- ¬i ¬ ·i ¤º ·ii ·i ¤~ ¤-uu
(¬ ··u |-· ·i¬) ¬i;·i
Shri S. P. Sharma DG 06 -07 June 2006 CEN-CENELEC annual Meeting & present paper on
Shri Sanjay Pant Thessalonica, Greece ‘Standards: A key for accessing markets in the modern
Sc. D (Joint Director) CED economy
·/. ¬i ·i¤¬ ·- ·e÷·z · ¬i; zeec ¬i; ·¬¬i ,-i¬i,·¬¬i ·z ¬i s«·i u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u «-¬|
·¬i|-¬ ; (|-· ·i¬) ·--i·i ¬ ·-, ·¸ ¬ |-º uº |-¬ ¤¤- · |~iu ¬-¤i·
Shri Deepak Jain 10-12 July 2006 34th Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC/SC 12
Sc. E (Director) MTD London, UK Continuous Mill Flat Rolled Products
48 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
·s. ¬i ·i. ¬ . ··i ·i, ·¬i|-¬ ; ·«÷·r ¬·-u zeec ¬i;«i·¬· ¬¤¬-¸ t «-¬
(|-· ·i¬) ¬i;¬iº «i|¬|¬·i, «i· i¬
·· -i¬i;·¬·i
Shri V. K. Diundi 14-15 August 2006 at IBSA Sub-Group meeting
Sc. E (Director) IR&TISD Brasilia, Brazil.
·s. ¬i ·¬. ¤i. ·i-i, -ti|-· ·i¬ ·c÷·/ ¬·-u zeec ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬iº ·¬·¬·¬¬i; ¬ «i¤ ·-¬iº· ¤º t-ui·iº ¬iº
¬i ·i;. ¤i. |¬ t, ¬i¬¬i |,¤·ii· ·iui·
¬¤º -ti|-· ·i¬
Shri S. P. Sharma DG 16-17 August 2006 Signing of MRA between BIS & SLSI & Bi-lateral talks
Shri Y. P. Singh ADG Sri Lanka
ze. ¬i ·i. ·i -·i-i ·«÷zr ¬·-u zeec ·¸ ºi ¤i· ¬ ·i ,iºi |-|·i¸u -i¬i;·i¤i ¤|º·i ·-i ¬ ¬ u·u ·¸ ºi ¤i·
·¬i|-¬ ; (|-· ·i¬) · --i¬, -·i·- ¬ ·i · ·ii - ¤|·i·iºi ¬iº ¬i· ¬~
¬i;¬iº ·· -i¬i;·¬·i ¬iº |¬·i|-·i
¬i ·¬. ·i. ¤¬i· ·¬i|-¬ «i
(¬¤ |-· ·i¬) ¬i;-i·¬
¬i-ui ºi-i ··, ·¬i|-¬ ·i
(¬ ··u |-· ·i¬) ·¬¬i;-i·i
Shri D. Goswami 14-25 August 2006 Training & Working Session in EU Countries under
Sc. E (Director) IR&TISD Denmark , Sweden TIDP Project funded by EU
Shri L. V. Prasad Sc. B & Lithuania
(Deputy Director) ITS
Smt. Reena Garg
Sc. D (Joint Director) LITD
z·. ¬i ·¬. ·-. ·ii|-·i, ·i·i·i·- ez÷es |¬u·«º zeec ¬i;;¬i;··¬ «-¬
Shri S. M. Bhatia DDGM 02-09 September 2006 IECEx Meeting
zz. ¬i ºi¬ ·i ¬-iº, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ ec÷zz |¬u·«º zeec ¬i· «i·|º · ¤º ¬ uººi·-i· -i-¬i¬ººi ¬i ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-
·· ¤-·i (¤i·i·i) ·i ¬i ti-i ·i¤i-
Shri Rakesh Kumar Sc. F 06-22 September 2006 Training Programme on International Standardization
& Head (PGD) Yokohama Japan on Plain Bearings
zs. ¬i ·¬. -i-|¬ t ··÷·r |¬u·«º zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,· ·¬i ¬i «e·i «-¬ u·ii zs·i ¬i;·¬¬i
¬|¤· (¬¤·ii ·ui -i-¬ ), -ti ¬·ii
¬¤·ii ·ui -i-¬ , ·ii¬ ¬iº
¬i··|-¬ |·uººi - ~i¬·
¬i ·¬. ¬ . ¤i·iºi ·i·i·i-i
¬i ¬i. ¬ . -t ··ºi
·¬i|-¬ ·+ ·· ¤-·i
(¬i;¬iº ·· -i¬i;·¬·i)
Shri L. Mansingh Secretary 11-15 September 2006 40th Meeting of ISO/DEVCO & 29th ISO General
(Consumer affairs), Assembly
MoCA,F&PD
Shri S. K. Chaudhuri
DDGT
Shri C. K. Maheshwari
Sc. F & Head (IR&TISD)
z«. ¬i-ui ¬¬¬i |¬ºi ti ·s÷·s |¬u·«º zeec -¸ ~··i- ·iiu¬i ¬ |-· ~ºi ¬iº -tºi ¬- ¤º -·ii·i ¬|-|u ¬i
¬¤º ¬|¤·, ¬¤·ii ·ui ¤i·, ¤ ¬·ºiu ~ rs·i «-¬ (|·· -i ¬-=iui, ·s/z) ¬iº ·;·¬i
-i-¬ |··ii·
¬i tº-i t- ·iu |¬ t ¤¬ºi¤i
·¬i|-¬ ·i (¬i·-·i IV)
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 49
Mrs. Alka Sirohi 18-19 September 2006 59th Meeting of Standing Committee on Control &
Additional Secretary , Prague, Republic of Marking of Precious Metals
Department of Consumer Czechoslovakia (Vienna Convention, 1972) & AEAO
Affairs
Shri Harmohan Jit Singh
Pasricha, Sc. D (CMD IV)
zr. ¬i ¬-º·iu |¬ t ·c÷zz |¬u·«º zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i¬i c· ¬i rr·i u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u «-¬ ÷ ·¬i|--·¬
·¬i|-¬ ; (|-· ·i¬) ¤i¬i·i ·i¤i- ¬ ·i ¬i ti-i
Shri Amarjeet Singh Sc. E 16-22 September 2006. 55th Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 61-Plastics
(Director) PCD Yokohama Japan
zc. ¬i ¬|-¬ ¬-iº ·¬i|-¬ ·i ·s÷ze |¬u·«º zeec ¬i;·¬¬i ,-i¬i zz· u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u «-¬, |··i |¬ ·i |-·¬
(¬ ··u |-· ·i¬) -i··-i·i ·i¤i- ¬ ·i ¬i ti-i ¬iº ;¬¬ ¬i·¬iºi ¬-¸ t
Shri Anil Kumar 19-20 September 2006. Technical Committee Meeting ISO/TC 221
Sc. D (Joint Director) TXD Yokohama, Japan Geo-Synthetics and its Working Groups
z/. ¬i ¬·i«iº |¬ t, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ zr |¬u·«º ¬ ¬i;;¬i ¤|º·i· «i ·, ¬i;;¬i ¤|º·i· ¬iº ¬i;;¬i,·¬¬i «c·+
·· ¤-·i (·¬¬i;-i·i) zs |¬u·«º zeec ·· ¬i;;¬i,-i¬i ·es «-¬
«|¬-, ·--i
Shri Sukh Bir Singh Sc. F & 25 September 29 IEC Council Board, IEC Council and Meetings of
Head (LITD) September 2006, Berlin, IEC/SC 46F, and microwave passive components and
Germany. IEC/TC 108, Safety of electronic equipment within the
fi el d of audi o/vi deo, i nformati on technol ogy and
communication technology
zs. ¬i ·¬. ¤i. ·i-i, -ti|-· ·i¬ zs÷zs |¬u·«º zeec ¬i;;¬i -ti¬·ii
«|¬-, ·--i
Shri S. P. Sharma DG 28-29 September 2006 IEC General Meetings
Berlin, Germany
zs. ¬i ¤i. ¬ . -·i·i, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ zr÷se |¬u·«º zeec ¬i;;¬i,-i¬i s«, ·¬¬i s«·, ·¬¬i s««i, ·¬¬i s«¬i, ·¬¬i
·· ¤-·i (;-i·i ) «|¬-, ·--i s«·i ¬iº ¬i;;¬i,·¬¬i zs«i ¬i u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u «-¬
Shri P. K. Mukherjee 25-30 September 2006 Technical Committee Meeting of IEC/
Sc. F & Head (ETD) Berlin, Germany TC 34, Lamps & rel ated equi pments and i ts
subcommittees SC 34 A , SC 34 B, SC 34 C, SC 34 D &
IEC/SC 23 B , Electrical Accessories
se. ¬i-ui |-·iiu ·¬ t¬ z«÷se |¬u·«º zeec ¬i;;¬i ·/«i, ··~·¸ ·i z, ¬i;;¬i ·¬¬i ·/«i, ¬i;;¬i ·¬¬i
·¬i|-¬ ·i (|-· ·i¬) (;-i·i) «|¬-, ·--i ·/·i, ¬i u¬-i¬i ¬|-|u «-¬
Smt. Nishat S. Haque, 24-30 September 2006. Technical Committee Meeting of Switchgear & control
Scientist D Berlin, Germany gears IEC/SC 17 B, WG 2, IEC SC 17 B, IEC SC 17 D
(Deputy Director) (ETD)
s·. ¬i ·-. ¬ . ¬ ¬iºi ·¬i|-¬ ; es÷·r ¬·u¸ «º zeec ·¸ ·¬· ¬º¬iºi ¬ ·-·ii - ¬ ·i ·ºiui ¤·i· - ¬-¸·-ui ¬ |¬· ¬·i -i-
(|-· ·i¬) (·-·¬¬i·i) ·i ·-i ¬ ¤¤i¬- - ·ii|-¬ ¬º- ¬ |¬· -¬¬i- «i¬ ·i·
·ºiui ¤º-¬iº ¤¸|u ¬ ¬-·i· ¬i ¬i·i···- ¬º- ¬ |¬·
¬···- ·iºi
Shri N. K. Kansara Sc. E 8 -15 October 2006 USA Study Tour to share implementation experience of
(Director) (MSCD) Malcolm Balridge Quality Award System to incorporate
suitably in the operation of Sevottam Scheme for
Excellence in Service Quality Delivery in Government
Organizations
sz. ·i. ·i. ¬ . ¤i·iºi, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ ·--i - ·c ¬ ¬i;·¬¬i -i¬i «r, º«º ¬iº º«º ¬-¤i·i ¬i r«·i u¬-i¬i
·· ¤-·i (¤i¬i·i) ze ¬·u¸ «º zeec ¬|-|u «-¬
Dr D. K. Chaudhury 16–20 October 2006 54th Technical Committee Meeting of ISO TC 45,
Sc. F & Head (PCD) at Bad Breisig, Germany. Rubber & Rubber Products
ss. ¬i ºi¬ ·i ·-i, ··i·i-i se ¬·u¸ «º ÷ / -··«º, zeec ¬i; -tºi ¬- ¤º ·¸ ºi ¤i· ¬ ·i ¬ · ·ii - ¬···- ·iºi
¬i ·i;. ¤i. |¬ t, ··i·i·- · --i¬, « ¬|··- ¬iº ·--i
¬i ¬i. ¬ . -t ··ºi, · ¬i|-¬ ·+
·· ·¤ (¬i; ¬iº ·· -i¬i; ·¬·i)
50 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
Shri Rakesh Verma, ADGT 30 October – 7th November Study Tour to EU countries on CE marking
Shri Y.P. Singh, ADGM 2006 Denmark, Belgium &
Shri C.K. Maheshwari, Germany
Sc.F&H (IR&TISD)
s«. ¬i ¬-·u «¬, ¬i·i¬i zr ¬·u¸ «º ÷ z -··«º, zeec ·+·-·¬ ¬ ¬ u·u ¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i |-·ºi-i ¬u¬ui
¬i ¬iº. ¬ . ~ t-, ·¬i|-¬ ; ¤i- |-ºi·iºi ¬º-i
(¬u¬ui)
Shri Anant Dhul, CVO 25 October - 2nd November Carrying out surveillance vigilance inspection of
Shri R.K. Trehan, Sc.E 2006 China licences under FMS
(Vigilance)
sr. ¬i ¬-¤- ¬i¬, ·¬i|-¬ ·+ ze ÷zs -··«º, zeec ¤·i ··ii¬i¬i - ¤ºi·iºi,¬ ·i·ii ·i- ¤·i ··ii¬i ¤« ·i ¤¸|u·i ¤º
·· ¤-·i, ·-¬i;-i·¬ ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·i |·u ¬º-i
¬i ·. ·¬. ·i--i·º
·¬i|-¬ ·i. ¬ «i¬i
Shri Anupam Kaul, 20-23 November 2006 Conduct training on Laboratory Management systems for
Sc. F&H, NITS testing/calibration in the laboratories
Shri A.S. Bhatnagar,
Sc. D, KBO
sc ¬i ¬·i«iº |¬ t, -i-¬i , ·ºiui |-· ~ºi ¬iº -i¤- ¤º -·ii·i ¬|-|u ¬i r·i «-¬
·¬i|-¬ ·+ ·· ·¤ (·¬-i·i ) z·÷zs -··«º, zeec ¬iº ¬i¬ -i-¬ ¬-··· - ·¬ ¬i ¤t¬i «-¬
Shri Sukh Bir Singh, 21-23 November 2006 5th meeting of the Standing Committee on Standards,
Sc.F&H (LTD) Quality Control and Measurement and 1st meeting of
SAARC Standards Coordination Board.
s/. ¬i-ui - · ··ui, z·÷zs -··«º, zeec r·i · ¬i; ·¬¬i,¬i; ; ¬i,·¤i·¬·i ·|·i·i; ¤ ·ii u -i-· ¬ ¬i·i-
·¬i|-¬ ·i (;-i·i ) |·¬i¬ ¬ ·i ·-i
Smt. Manju Gupta, 21-23 November 2006 5th JISC/IEC/APSG Asian Sc.D (ETD)
Sc. D (ETD) Pacific Human Resource Development Seminar
ss. ¬i-ui -·i|¬¬i ¤¬i·i, zc -··«º ÷ e· |·¬·«º zeec ·· ¤i¬i |·¬i ¬ ¬-¤·- ·ii ·- ¤º ¬i · ·¬ ¬ uº÷ ¬º¬iº ¬i·
·¬i|-¬ ·+ ·· ·¤ (·+··i) «¬ ·i-¬
Smt. Madhulika Prakash, 26 November - 01 Meeting of Codex Intergovernmental Task Force
Sc.F &H (FAD) Decmeber 2006 on Food Derived from Biotechnology
ss. ¬i-ui º -¸ ··ui, ·«÷·r |·¬·«º zeec ¬i-i|·¬ ·i|·-· ¬···i ¬¬it¬iº ¬-¸ t (¬i··i) ¤º ¬i·¬iºi
·¬i|-¬ ·i (·-·¬·i) --i¬ti - -·i·- ¬-¸ t
Smt. Renu Gupta, 14-15 Decmeber 2006 Working Group on Social Responsibility Chairs’s
Sc.D (MSD) Stockholm, Sweden Advisory Group (CAG)
«e. ¬i ·-. ¬ . ·i ·º, z/ ·-·ºi ÷ z +º·ºi zee/, ¬i-i|·¬ ·i|·-· ¤º ¬i;·¬¬i ,··~·¸ ·i ¬i ¬i··ii¬i ¬iº
·¬i|-¬ ·+ ·· ·¤ (·-·¬·i) |¬·-i, --i¬ti - «-¬
Shri N.K. Grover, 27 January -2 February Workshop and meeting of ISO/WG on Social
Sc.F&H (MSD) 2007 Sydney, Stockholm Responsibility.
«·. ¬i ¬iº. ¬ . «·i·, ze÷z« +º·ºi zee/, ·iiºu ÷ ¬i¬ ¬i ¬i;¤i· ¬ ¬ u·u ·-¬iº· ¬i «-¬ ¬ |¬·
·¬i|-¬ ; (¬i;¬iº ·· ¬i ¬·«i ¬i¬ ¬i ¬º¬iºi |·i·-- ·¬ ¬i ·ii·
-i¬i;·¬·i)
Dr. R.K. Bajaj, Sc.E 20-24 February 2007 Part of Government delegation for the meeting of the
(IR&TISD) Colombo, Sri Lanka MRA group under India-Sri Lanka CEPA
«z. ¬i ¬·i«iº |¬ t, zs÷z« -i¤ zee/, ·iiºu ¬iº |¬ ·i¤º ¬ «i¤ ··i¤¬ ¬t·i · ¬ºiº-i- (¬i;¬i·) ¬i
¬¤ -ti|-· ·i¬ (¤i¤i ·· ¬i) |¬·i¤º ui¬ºi ¬|¤· --iºi· ¬-i·ii
Shri Sukhbir Singh 23-24 March 2007 3rd Secretary level review of Comprehensive
DDG (PP&C) Singapore Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between India and
Singapore
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 51
Regional Co-operation Programme
BIS continued to take follow up actions on Regional Co-
operation Programmes such as South Asia Association
for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) in the areas related
to Standards and Conformity Assessment.
BIS also participated in the SAARC meetings of the
Standing Group on Standards, Quality Control and
Measurement as well as the sub-group on standards and
quality. BIS is also actively participating in the formation
for SAARC Regional Standards Body. A SAARC standards
Coordination Board has already been established. BIS
also participated in the SAFTA sub-group on non-tariff
measures. Coordination work with EU and PASC (Pacific
Asia Standards Congress) was continued.
Bilateral Co-operation Programmes
BIS signed an MoU with the American National
Standards Institute (ANSI), USA in September, 2006
in the field of Standardization and Conformity
Assessment.
BIS also signed an MoU with Afghan National
Standardization Authority (ANSA), Afghanistan
for co-operation in the fields of standardization,
certification, testing, technical information and
training. The agreement was signed in April
2006.
An MoU between BIS and DIN Germany was signed
at Hannover, Germany on 24 April 2006 at Hannover,
Germany for cooperati on i n the fi el d of
standardization and providing technical assistance
and training for establishing infrastructure.
BIS has signed a bilateral co-operation agreement
with Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI), Sri Lanka
in August 2006. The agreement covers provisions
for acceptance of test reports and inspection reports
of each other for the purpose of operation of the
respective certification schemes. The agreement
al so covers co-operati on i n the areas of
standardization, quality assurance and testing.
An MoU with The Associacao Brasileira De Norms
Tecnicas (ABNT), Brazil was also signed in
September 2006. MoU covers co-operation in the
fields of standardization, certification, technical
information and training.
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·ii -i ··¸ ºi - -i-¬ ¬iº ¬--¤ui ¬i¬¬- ¬ ·· ·i ~i - ·|·iºi
·|·i·i; ·i ~i· ¬t·i · ¬ ·-- (¬i¬) ·¬ ·i ~i· ¬t·i · ¬
¬i·¬-i - ¬-·ui ¬iº·i; ¬º-i ·iºi º·ii t|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - -i-¬, ·ºiui |-· ~ºi ¬iº -i¤- u·ii -i¤- ¬iº
·ºiui ¤º ¬¤÷¬-¸ t ¤º -i-¬ ¬-¸ t ¬i ¬i¬ «-¬ - ·ii ·ii·
|¬·i| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i¬ ¬ ·i ~i· -i-¬ |-¬i· ¬ |--iºi - ·ii
¬|¬· -¤ ¬ ·ii· ¬ ºti t| ·¬ ¬i¬ -i-¬ ¬-··· -º·¬ ¬i
·ii -·ii¤-i ¬i ·; t| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ·º÷¤·i~¬ ¬¤i·i ¬i ¬i¤-i
¬¤÷¬-¸ t - ·ii ·ii· |¬·i| ·¸ ºi ¤i· ¬ ·i ¬iº ¤·ii u ·|·i·i -i-¬
¬i · ¬ (¤i··¬¬i) ¬ ¬i·i ¬-··· ¬i· ·iºi ºti|
íµ¤+ií¤ ¬z¤i¬ ¬i¤u¬
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - -i-¬i¬ººi ¬iº ¬-·¤ui ¬i¬¬- ¬ ·i ~ -
|¬u·«º, zeec ¬ ·iºi- ¬- |º¬- - ·i-¬ -- ·· ; --i-·¸ -
(··-·¬¬i;) ¬ ¬i·i ¬-=iui ¬i¤- ¤º t-ui·iº |¬·|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - -i-¬i¬ººi, ¤-iºi-, ¤ºi·iºi, u¬-i¬i ¬¸ ¤-i
·· ¤|·i·iºi ¬ ·i ~ - ¬t·i · ¬ |¬· ¬+·i|--ui- - ·i-¬
-- ··i;· ·i- ··ii|º-i (··-·¬·) ¬ ¬i·i ¬-=iui ¬i¤-
¤º t-ui·iº |¬·| ;¬ ¬ºiº-i- ¤º ¬¤¬ zeec - t-ui·iº
|¬· ··|
t-i ·º, ·--i - z« ¬¤¬ zeec ¬i -i-¬i¬ººi ¬ ·i ~ -
¬t·i · ¬iº ¬·¬ º¤-i ¬i -·ii¤-i ¬ |¬· u¬-i¬i ¬ti·ui
·· ¤|·i·iºi ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬iº ·i¬i;·-, ·--i ¬ «i¤
·¬ ¬-=iui ¬i¤- ¤º t-ui·iº |¬· ··|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬·-u zeec - ¬i¬ ¬i -i-¬ ¬ -·ii-
(·¬·¬·¬¬i;), ¬i¬ ¬i ¬ ¬i·i |,¤·ii· ¬t·i · ¬ºiº-i-
¤º t-ui·iº |¬·| ;¬ ¬ºiº-i- - ¬i¤¬ - ·¬÷·¸ ¬º ¬i
¤ºi·iºi |º¤i - ¬iº |-ºi·iºi |º¤i - ¬i -·i¬i·ui ¬ ¤i··ii-
¬ « |·iu ¤-iºi- ·i ·-i¬i ¬ ¤¤i¬- t u ·ii|-¬ |¬· ·· t |
;¬ ¬ºiº-i- - -i-¬i¬ººi, ·ºiui ¬i··i¬- ¬iº ¤ºi·iºi ¬
·i ~i - ¬t·i · ·ii ·ii|-¬ t|
· ·¬i |¬·¬i «i|¬|¬ºi · -i·¬ - |·-¬i¬ (·«i·--i), «i· i¬
¬ ¬i·i |¬u·«º, zeec - ·¬ ¬-=iui ¬i¤- ¤º t-ui·iº
|¬· ··| ;¬ ¬-=i ui ¬i¤- - -i-¬i¬ººi, ¤ -iºi-, u¬-i¬i
¬¸ ¤-i ¬iº ¤|·i·iºi ¬ ·i ~i - ¬t·i · ·ii|-¬ t|
52 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
An MoU was signed with
the Emi rates Authori ty for
Standardi zati on and
Measurement (ESMA), UAE in
the field of standardization and
conformity assessment. The
MoU was signed on 26th March
2007 at New Del hi i n the
presence of the Prime Minister
of India and the Vice President
and Prime Minister of UAE.
BIS continued to work towards
closer bilateral co-operation
wi th countri es such as
Singapore, Oman, USA, Israel,
Germany, Saudi Arabia and
Thailand in close association
with Ministry of Commerce and
Ministry of External Affairs.
Visits of Foreign Delegates
Dur i ng t he year, var i ous
off i ci al s f rom I nt ernat i onal
Standards Bodies, other National Standards Bodies
and related organizations visited BIS as highlighted
below :
DG, Afghanistan National Standards Authority,
Afghanistan visited BIS in August 2006 and held
detailed discussions with DG, BIS
DG, Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology
(NBSM) visited BIS in August 2006 for the discussion
in the Indo-Nepal Governmental Committee meeting
and held discussions with DG, BIS for co-operation
between the two organizations.
Prof Masami Tanaka, ISO President visited BIS on
6th November 2006 and made a presentation to the
stakehol ders regardi ng Internati onal
Standardization.
The Commissioner of Standardization , Government
of Israel visited BIS in October, 2006 and discussed
co-operation between Government of India and
Government of Israel in the fields of Standardization
and Certification.
A US delegation led by Ms. Holly Vineyard, Dy. Asstt.
Secretary, South Asia visited in November 2006 to
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(; ·¬·-·) ·¸ ·; ¬ ¬i ·i
-i-¬i¬ººi ¬i º ¬- ·¤ui
¬i¬¬- ¬ ·i ~ - ·¬ ¬-=i ui
¬i¤- ¤º t-ui·iº |¬· ··| ;¬
¬-=i ui ¬i¤- ¤º ·iiºu ¬
¤ ·ii-- ~i ¬i º ·¸ ·; ¬ ¬¤ ºi·- ¤|u
u·ii ¤ ·ii-- ~i ¬i ¬¤|-·i|u -
zc -i¤ zee/ ¬i -; |·~¬i -
t-ui·iº |¬· ··|
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ·i|ºi·· - ~i¬· u·ii
|·· ·i - ~i¬· ¬ ¬i·i |-¬¬º
| ¬ ·i ¤ º, ¬i -i -, ¬ · ·u ºi ··
¬-ºi¬i, ;·ºi;¬, ·- -i, ¬¬·i
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¬i·i ·i|-·- |,¤·ii· ¬t·i · ¬i
|··ii - ¬i· ¬º-i ·iºi º·ii t |
íu«:ií ¤íuí¬íti¤i ¬í ¤i>iy
··i ¬ ·i ºi-, ¬·uºi ·- i· -i-¬
|-¬i·i , ¬·· ºi·- i· -i-¬ |-¬i·i
u·ii ¬ « |·iu ¬ ·--i ¬ ¬|·i¬i|º·i - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·i ºi |¬·i
· ¬i |¬ -i¤ «ui·i ··i t |
-ti|-· ·i¬, ¬+·i|--ui- ºi·- i· -i-¬ ¤ i|·i¬ººi,
¬+·i|--ui- - ¬·-u zeec - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·iºi |¬·i
¬iº ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ -ti|-· ·i¬ ¬ ¬i·i |·-uiº ¬ ¤¤i ¬i|
-ti|-· ·i¬, - ¤i¬ ··¸ ºi ¬i + -- ·· ¬ ·º· - - i ¬i ·i
(·-«i·¬·-) - ¬·-u zeec - ·iiºu÷- ¤i¬ ¬º¬iºi ¬|-|u
¬i «-¬ - ¤¤i ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·iºi |¬·i ¬iº ·i -i
¬ ·--i ¬ «i¤ ¬t·i · ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ -ti|-· ·i¬ ¬
¬i·i |·-uiº ¬ ¤¤i ¬i|
¬i;·¬¬i ¬ ¬···i ¤i . -i¬i-i u-i¬i - c -··«º, zeec ¬i
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·iºi |¬·i u·ii ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬i¬ººi ¬
|··i· - ¤ºi·ii|º·i ¬ ¬i-- ¤-uui¬ººi |··i|
-i-¬i¬ººi ¬i··u, ;·ºi;¬ ¬º¬iº - ¬·u¸ «º zeec - ·ii
-i ··¸ ºi ¬i ·iºi |¬·i u·ii -i-¬i¬ººi ·· ¤-iºi- ¬ ·i ~i
- ·iiºu ¬º¬iº ¬iº ;·ºi;¬ ¬º¬iº ¬ «i¤ ¬t·i · ¤º
¤¤i ¬i|
¬¬i ti¬i |·-·i·, ¬¤ ¬ti·¬ ¬|¤·, ·|·iºi ·|·i·i ¬
- u-· - ¬- |º¬i |·i·-- ·¬ - -··«º, zeec - ·iºi |¬·i
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 53
¬iº ¬ ··u ºi·· ¬-ºi¬i u·ii ·iiºu ¬ «i¤ ¤º-¤º ¬t·i ·
¬ -·i ¤º |·¤iº÷|·-·i |¬·i|
;¬ ¬·|·i ¬ ·iºi- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ·i|-·i - ·-i ¬i|·¬¬
; --i-·¸ - (·i-i¬i;), ¤ºi-·i·iui ¬ ¤|u|-|·i - ·¸ ºi ¤i· ¬ ·i
÷ ·iiºu -i¬i;·i¤i ¬i·¬- ¬i·i···- ¬ |¬· ·iºi |¬·i|
·¸ ·; ¬i ·¬ |·i·-- ·¬ ·ii -i ··¸ ºi u·ii ·-iº - ··ii|º-i
¬i+ -- ··i;· ·i- ·º· - ·º- - (;·¬·-·) ·¸ ·; ¬ «i¤
-i-¬i¬ººi ¬iº ¬-·¤ui ¬i¬¬- ¬ ·i ~ - ¬-=iui ¬i¤-
¬ |¬· |·-uiº ¬ ¤¤i ¬º- ¬ |¬· ¬i·i|
¬¬+¤ui ¬i¬¬¬ zu ¬í¬íu (¬íyy¬¬í¬i)
¬i··¬¬i¬i ¬-·¤ui ¬i¬¬- t u ¬i;·¬¬i ¬i -i|u ¬|-|u t|
·iiºu ¬i;·¬¬i ¬i··¬¬i¬i - ¤i ¬·-· t| ºi·-i· ¬i··¬¬i¬i
|-ºº ¬|-|u (¬i··¬¬i¬i ·-·-¬i) ¬i ·-- |·|·i·- ¤ººii ¤º
¤ ¬ ·ii ¬i ¬···- ¬º- ¬i º -u t u ºi·- i· |-·i|u u ·iº ¬º-
·· ¬i; ·¬¬i ¬i··¬¬i¬i -i· ·|·i ¬i¬i ¬i º ¬-¤i·i , ¤ ¬-i
u·ii ¬ ·i¬i ¬ ¤ºi·iºi, |-ºi·iºi ¬i º ¤ -iºi- ¬i ¤ ·ii ¬ ¬ « |·iu
-i-¬i ·· ¤ « ·i ¤¸|u·i , ¤ºi·iºi ¤ ·i ··ii¬i¬i , |-ºi·iºi |-¬i·i ,
¤ -i ºi - | -¬i ·i , ¤ -·i ·- | -¬i ·i ¬i º ¬·t ·i i ºui ·
-i-¬i ,-i· ·|·i ¬i¬i ¬ -¤ - ¤ ¤i|¬u ·· -·i¬iº ¬º- ¬
|¬· ¬i¬¬- ¬º- t u |¬·i ··i t |
··i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi- ¬i··¬¬i¬i ·-·-¬i ¬i ·i «-¬ ¬i·i |·u
¬i ·;| ¬i··¬¬i¬i ·-·-¬i ¬i |¬+i|º·i ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º c
-i-¬,-i··|·i¬i· ¬¤-i· ·· ¬iº ;-¬i -·ºi |¬·i ··i u·ii
c -·ºii·ii- t | ¬i;·¬¬i ¬i··¬¬i¬i ·i¬i;·¬,·+·i¬i;·¬
¤º -u·i- |¬·i ··i|
¬i··¬¬i¬i ·-·-¬i ¬|tu ui- ¬·-·i· ·iiºui· |·i·-- ·¬ -
zs ¬·u¸ «º ÷ s -··«º, zeec ¬ «i¤ zz· ¬i··¬¬i¬i ¬i·¬-
- ··¸ -¬ ¬i·¬ - ·ii· |¬·i|
discuss issues of mutual co-operation between US
and India.
Representatives from the Danish Technological
Institute (DTI), consultants for implementation of EU-
India TIDP Programme visited BIS during the period.
A Delegation from UAE visited BIS in March 2007
for detailed discussions on the MoU between BIS
and Emirates Authority for Standardization and
Measurement (ESMA), UAE i n the fi el d of
standardization and conformity assessment.
Committee for Conformity Assessment (CASCO)
CASCO is the policy Committee of ISO dealing with
conformity assessment. India is a ‘P’ member in ISO
CASCO. CASCO National Mirror Committee (CASCO
NMC) has been constituted to study the documents at
different stages and prepare a national position for vote
and adoption and to adopt ISO CASCO guides and
standards relating to the practice of testing, inspection and
certification of products, processes and services and to
the assessment of management systems, testing
laboratories, inspection bodies, certification bodies,
accreditation bodies and their operation and acceptance
for adoption as Indian Standards/Guides.
Two meetings of CASCO NMC were conducted during
the year 2006-07. Based on the recommendation of
CASCO NMC, 6 Standards/Guides were adopted and
have been printed and 6 are under print. Voting on ISO
CASCO DIS/FDIS was done.
A three member Indian delegation comprising of CASCO
NMC members attended 22nd CASCO plenary at Buenos
Aires, from 29 October–3 November 2006.
54 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
¬i· ¬¸ ¤-i ¤i¬i |·¬i ¤-· ¬ ¬ ·-- - ¬·ºii ·i¸ |-¬i |-·ii ºti t|
;¬¬ ¬i·i ¬·- ¬ ¬·- |-¬i¬º ¤¬u t·, ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬¤-i
|·|·i·- ·|u|·|·i·i - ¬···¸ -º ¬i·ii|ºu ¤¸|u·i ¬i ¬i·i|··u
¬º- ¬i ¤|¬·i - ¬·i t ui|¬ ;¬¬ ¬ ¬i·i-i ¬i |«-i |¬¬i
«i·ii ¬ ¤« ·i÷···-·ii ¬i ·i ¬¬ |
¬-·¤¸<ºí¬ººi ¤íº¤i¬¬i
·- ¬i; ¬i ,iºi ¬i·i|··u ¬i ·i ºti ¬···¸ -ºi¬ººi ¤|º·i ·-i ¬
¬·u·u, ¬¤ |·iu ti·· ·º ¬iº ¬i¤-· ·º ¬ -·ii|¤u ¬º |·· ·· t ,
¬·ii ¬i·i¬·i ¬i - -·¬ ¬ ·i · i ·i ¤¬i t ¬iº ¤-iºi- |¤t-
·i ·-i ¤¬i- ¬ |¬· ¬i¤-· ·º |·¬|¬u |¬·i ·i ¤¬i t u·ii
¬·ii ¬ « |·iu ¬-¤i|º·i ¬i ¬···¸ -ºi¸u ¤¸|u ¬ ¤·i · ¬i ¤|·i·iºi
|··i ·i ¤¬i t|
¤¸ |¬ ti· · ·º ¬ «·ii ¬i· -i - ui º ¤º ¤¸ ºi ti ¤ ¬i t , ;¬|¬· ·i ·i
·i -t-·¤¸ ºi ¬i· ¬¬i¤i (-i-¬ |-·ii ººi ¬i º ¤ ·i ··ii¬i ¬ ·i·)
|·¬- ¬ -i-¬ |--i ºi ¬i ¤-· ·º ¤¸ ºi ui ¬ ¤ººi ¤º t , ¬ |¬·
¬···¸ -ºi¬ººi,¬- ¤ ·i · ¬i ¤-· ·º ¬i ¬|·i¬i|·i¬ -t-· |··i ·i
ºti t |
¬i¬¬ ¬ ¤¤i¬ ¬i ¬¬i·u ¬º¬ ¬i í¬:i¬
¬i·· ÷º|tu ¬i·¬ººi ¬i ¬¤-i- ¬ -·· |-ºi· ¬ ¬-¬ººi - ,
¬|·i¬uº ·-ui· · (·i ¤-i·ui ¬iº |·Ÿii· ¬--i ·-i ¬i ¬¤ ·ii
·i¬ ·-ui· · i ¬i si · ¬º) ;÷- ¬ ¤º ·i · ·i ºt t | ¬i- ¬-¸
«i- ·i- ·i ·· ¬ ¬i·i- ¬ -¤ - ·i- ¬i ·; ;·-i- - ¬i;- (;·-i
·ii -i ··¸ ºi ) ·|-¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬·ii ¬i·i¬·i ,iºi
;-u -i¬ ¬i ·i ºti t|
,·<i¬< (,·<i ·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi)
·|-¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º ¬¸ ¤-i ¬i · |¸ ¬º¬ ;·-i- - ¬i¬iº ¬iº ·i-¬iºi
- |-º uº «« ºti t| -t-·¤¸ ºi ¬ -·ii ¬ ¬ u·u ¬¸ ¤-i ·¬ |¬
¬i·i¬· ¤|º¤~, ·¬ -i ¬i;, ¬ ·ii ·i-, --¬¬,-i···ii |¬¸i u,
+i-, ¤ºi·iºi ¤·iiº, ¤ºi·iºi ¬|··ii· ;-·i|· |·-- ¬i-÷¬i;-
¬¬u- ¬º- ¬i |··i ·iui· t | |··t ·ii·i ¤¤iº÷¤¬iº ·· |-·|-u
¬ ··ii ¬ |¬· ;·-i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤º |··ii·i ··i t| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi
;·-i- - ¤º ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¤|º¤¤i÷- ¤ ·ii t ui|¬ ¬-¤i|º·i ¬i ·ii
-i ··¸ ºi - ¬|·i¬ -t-· ¬ |·|·i·- |··i·i ¤º ¬¤- |·¤iº u·ii
|-·¤|ºi·i ···u ¬º- ¬i ¬·¬º |-¬ ¬¬ |
·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi u«¬i,<
· «¬i;- ¬i |··i·÷¬i-·i ¬i -i·¸ ·i ¬¸ ¤-i - ·|¸ ¬º¬ ,¬¬
¬¬u- ¬º¬ ¬- ¸ «-i·i ··i t | ¤ -iºi-÷¤ i·u |·· ·ii
|·|--iui¬i ,¬i;¬ ¬·iiº¬i ¬i ¬¸ ¤i ·ii -i ··¸ ºi · «¬i;- ¤º ¬«
¬¤¬··i t| -·ºi ¬iº ¤i·i ¬ ¬i·i¸ ·iºii ¬i ti¬-i|¬ · ¬i ·i ·-i
¬i ¬i ¬|¤· «-i- ¬i ·¬ ¬¬· ·iº· ·ii|-¬ |¬·i ··i t|
¬¸ ¤-i ¬i ¬|·i¬iº ¬|·i|-·- zeer ¬ utu · «¬i;- ¤º «tu ¬i
¬¸ ¤-i ¤-uu ¬i ·; t|
Information technology has today taken the front seat
in every organization. Keeping pace, BIS is in the
process of implementing computerized based systems
across its various activities to seamlessly manage its
resources.
Computerization Project
Under the computerization project being implemented
by NIC, the required hardware and software have
been installed, all offices connected through network
and software developed for operating Certification
Marks Scheme, and all concerned employees trained
on use of the computerized system.
Since the hardware part is largely in place, more and
more impetus is being given to the computerization/
application software for remaining two core activities
(standards formulation and laboratory services), out of
which the standards formulation software is in final
stages of completion.
Mission Paperless
In pursuance of a major decision to move towards
paperless working, most of the documents (except
those requiring confidentiality and financial approvals)
are being transacted over e-mail. The intranet site
(Intra-BIS) started as a knowledge rich sharable
resource is being used on day-to-day basis by all
offices of BIS.
Intranet (Intra–BIS)
The intranet is growing in size and knowledge by
addition of information on day-to-day basis. Important
in-house information such as office circulars, STIs,
amendments, manuals/guidelines, forms, testing
charges, testing facilities with online updation feature,
etc are hosted on Intra–BIS for faster dissemination
and regular reference. BIS discussion forum has been
hosted on BIS Intranet to provide opportunity to
employees to give their views and comments on
various topics of wider importance in BIS.
BIS Website
The content of website has been made rich by
addition/updation of existing information. List of
certified foreign manufacturers/licensees are now
available on BIS website. A separate section for
popularizing the Scheme of Hallmarking Gold and
Silver Jewellery has been incorporated. A lot of
information has been published on the website under
Right to Information Act 2005.
+-·¤¸cºí+ººi ¬iº +i¤in¤ +¤¤in+ COMPUTERIZATION AND OFFICE AUTOMATION
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 55
¤íº¤i¬+i ¤«·i PROJECT MANAGEMENT
The Project Management & Works department works with
the following scope:
i) To deal with all engineering projects related works
including construction of new buildings of BIS.
ii) To prepare a proposal for obtaining administrative
approval and financial sanction to initiate a project/
work including preparation of agenda items for
consideration in meetings of Finance Committee and
Executive Committee.
iii) To appoint suitable consultant/contractor for the
proposed project/work and any other task assigned
by the competent authority.
iv) To supervise the execution activity in all the projects
and works of civil, electrical and mechanical
engi neeri ng nature i ncl udi ng payments to
consultants/contractors, coordination and other
related aspects.
v) Compilation of quarterly statement of civil, electrical
& mechanical and horticultural work received from
Regional Offices/Central Laboratory/Training
Institute/HQs. and sending the same to Chief
Vigilance Officer for onwards submission to Chief
Technical Examiner of Central Vigilance Commission.
At present, Project Management & Works Department is
looking after the following projects:
Jaipur Office Building
The building has been taken over from NBCC after getting
electrical connection from JVVNL, Jaipur and is fully
functional.
Modernization and Installation of New Central AC
Plant for Manak Bhavan at BIS Hqs
After taking necessary approval from EC, Financial
Committee and competent authority, NBCC was appointed
as PMC. The work of dismantling of old central AC Plant
(except horizontal ducting of all floors) has already been
completed. The installation of new central AC plant has
been awarded by NBCC in October 2004 and progress is
halted due to various operational problems. Efforts are
bei ng taken to revi ve the proj ect. Progress of
moderni zati on of Manak Bhawan whi ch i ncl udes
replacement of internal wiring including fire protection,
false ceiling, painting of building and substation has also
been halted due to the above reason as this is directly
connected with Centralized AC Project. Efforts are being
taken to revive this project also in line with Centralized
AC Project.
¤|º·i ·-i ¤« ·i u·ii |--iºi |··ii· |-·-|¬|·iu |··i·i ¤º ¬iº·i;
¼ui t
i) ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i -; ;-iºui ¬ |--iºi ¬|tu ¬·ii ; ·i|-·ºi
¤|º·i ·-i ¬ « ·ii |--iºi ¬i·i ¬ ·· ¬i- ¬º-i|
ii) ¬i ; ¤|º·i ·-i,|--iºi ¬i· ·i- ¬º- ¬ |¬· u·ii |·Ÿi
¬|-|u u·ii ¬i·-i|u ¬|-|u ¬i «-¬i - |·¤iºi·i ¬i·¬¸ ¤i
-·i ¬i u·iºi t u ¤·ii¬|-¬ ¬--i ·- ¬iº |·Ÿii· - ·¸ ºi
¤i·u ¬º- t u ¤-ui· u·iº ¬º-i|
iii) ¤-ui|·u ¤|º·i ·-i,|--iºi ¬i· ¬º- ¬ |¬· ¬iº ¬·i-
¤i|·i¬iºi ,iºi ¬i ¤ ·· |¬¬i ¬·· ¬i· ¬ |¬· ¬¤··u
¤ºi-·i·iui,- ¬ ·iº ¬i |-··u ¬º-i|
iv) ¬·ii ¤|º·i ·-i¬i u·ii |¬|·¬, ·¬u ¬iº ·i |~¬ ; ·i|-·ºi
-·-·i ¬ |--iºi ¬i·i , |·-- ¤ºi-·i·iui¬i ,- ¬ ·iºi ¬i
·i·ui- ¬º-i, ¬-···- ¬iº ¬·· ¬ « |·iu ¤t¬¸ ·ii ·ii|-¬
t , - |-·¤i·- ¬i ·|u|·|·i·i ¬i · ·i÷º ·i ¬º-i|
v) ·i ~i · ¬i ·i ¬·i ,¬ · · i · ¤ ·i ··i i ¬i ,¤ | ·i ·i ºi
¬ -·ii-,-··i¬· ¬ ¤i·u |¬|·¬, ·¬u ¬iº ·i |~¬ u·ii
«i··i-i ¬i· ¬ |u-iti |··ººi ¬i ¬ ¬¬- u·ii ¬¬ ¬ ··i·
¬u¬ui ¬i·i · ¬ -·· u¬-i¬i ¤ºi·iºi ¬i ¬i· ¤-uu
¬º- ¬ |¬· -·· ¬u¬ui ¬|·i¬iºi ¬i ·i ·-i|
;¬ ¬-·, ¤|º·i ·-i ¤ « ·i ¬i º |--i ºi |··ii· |-·-|¬|·iu ¤|º·i ·-i¬i
¬i ¬i· · ·i ºti t
¬¤¤º ¬i¤i¬¤ ¬í ,¬iºu
· ·i·i·-·¬, ··¤º ¬ |«·¬i ¬i ¬- ··i- ¬ - ¬ «i· ·-«i¬i¬i
¬ ;-iºu ¬i ¬ |¬·i ··i t ¬iº ¬« ·t ¤¸ ºi uºt ¬ ¬i· ¬º
ºti t|
·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi ¬«¤i¬¤, ¬i¬¬ ·iu¬ ¬ í¬y ¬y ¬·«í¤
uiui¬¬¸¬¬ ¬¤> ¬i ¬i·ií¬¬í¬ººi yu ¬-ªii¤¬
;¬i, |·Ÿii· ¬|-|u ¬iº ¬·i- ¤i|·i¬iºi ¬ ¬i···¬ ¬--i ·- ¬ -
¬ ¤·¤iu, ·-«i¬i¬i ¬i ¤i·-¬i ¬ -¤ - |-··u |¬·i ··i t|
¤ºi- ¬ ··i· ·iui-¬¸ ¬- ¬ · ~ ¬i t-i- ¬i ¬i- (¬·ii - |· ¬i ¤º
¬-¤-·i ··-÷¤¸|u ¬i si · ¬º) ¤t¬ ti ¤¸ ºi ti ¤¬i t| -·
¬ ··i· ·iui-¬¸ ¬- ¬ · ~ ¬i ¬ -·ii¤-i ¬i ¬i· ¬·u¸ «º zee« -
·-«i¬i¬i ,iºi ¬i ¤i ··i ·ii ¬iº ¬·ii ¬i· |·|·i·- ¤¤i¬-i--¬
¬--·i¬i ¬ ¬iººi -¬ ··i t| ¤|º·i ·-i ¬i ¤- ¬iº ·i ¬º- ¬
¤·i¬ |¬· ·· t | -i-¬ ·i·- ¬ ¬i·i|-¬i¬ººi ¬i ¤·|u, |·¬-
¬|·- ·i-- ¬º·ii, s·- su, ·i·- ¬iº ¬«-- ·i- ¬i ¤ |- · ¬|tu
¬ ··-i uiºi ¬i «·¬-i ·ii|-¬ t, ¬¤ºi ·u ¬iººi ¬ ·¬ ··i t,
··i |¬ ·t ¬ ··i· ·iui-¬¸ ¬- ¤|º·i ·-i ¬ ¬i·i uiº ¤º ¬ « |·iu
t| ¬ ··i· ·iui-¬¸ ¬- ¤|º·i ·-i ¬ ¬-¬iº ;¬ ¤|º·i ·-i ¬i
¬iº ·i ¬º- ¬ ¤·i¬ |¬· ·· t |
56 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
Installation of New Central AC Plant for Manakalaya
The approval of competent authority has since been
obtained for undertaking the above work after inviting
sealed offers from limited PSUs. However, this project
would be taken up after considerable progress made in
the AC project of Manak Bhawan and in view of CVC
observation against limited tender, fresh approval to be
obtained for open tender.
¬i¬¬i¬¤ ¬ í¬y ¬y ¬·«í¤ uiui¬¬¸¬¬ ¬¤> ¬í ¬-ªii¤¬i
¬i|-u ¤i·¬·¸ ¬ -tº« · ¤-ui· ¬i- |~u ¬º- ¬ «i· ¬iº ·i ¬º-
¬ |¬· ¬·i- ¤i|·i¬iºi ¬i ¬--i ·- ¬ |¬·i ··i t| u·ii|¤, ·t
¤|º·i ·-i -i-¬ ·i·- ¬ ·iui-¬¸ ¬- ¬ · ~ ¤|º·i ·-i - ¤·i·u
¤·|u ti - ¬ «i· ¬i ·i··i ¬iº ¬ ··i· ¬u¬ui ¬i·i · ¬ |·¤iº
¬ ¤- ¬i|-u |-|··i· ¬i- |~u ¬i ·i· ·i ¬iº ·i¬i |-|··i ¬
|¬· -· ¬--i ·- ¤i·u |¬· ·i· · |
ni+¤ ¬+ii·i+ í¤+i¬ HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
As on 31 March 2007, a total of 1 833 persons were on
roll in BIS. The deployment of personnel in the various
activities of BIS during 2006-07 is given below :
Activity Deployment of Personnel as
on 31 March 2007
Corporate 52
Standards Formulation 206
Certification 887
Laboratories 319
Technical Support Services 147
Administration and Finance 222
Total 1833
As on 31 March 2007, the Group-wise strength is as under:
Group SC/ST/OBC/PH Total
Representation
A 102 482
B 119 554
C 104 457
D 126 340
Staff Welfare
Welfare measures adopted by BIS for its employees such
as Group Insurance Scheme and facility of Holiday Homes
were continued. This year, lease agreement in respect of
BIS Holiday Home at Shimla, Manali, Puri, Matheran and
Ooty were renewed.
Training of BIS Personnel
BIS continued to make its efforts on development of human
resource. As a part of the development of human resource,
BIS personnel are imparted training through in-house
training programmes at NITS and also by deputing them
to the training programmes being organized by various
agencies (within India).
|·-i ¬ s· -i¤ zee/ ¬i ¬¬ · sss ··|·u ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬i·ºu
·i | ··i zeec÷zee/ ¬ ·iºi- ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i |·|·i·- ·|u|·|·i·i -
¬i|-¬i ¬i u-iui -i¤ ·i ·; t
¬íuíuí·i a1 ¬i¤ zeez ¬i
¬ií¬¬i ¬í u¬iuí
¬iº¤i º -, rz
-i-¬ |-·iiººi zec
¤-iºi- ss/
¤·i ··ii¬i· s·s
u¬-i¬i ¬ti·ui ¬ ·i· ·«/
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¬¬¸z ¬¬¬¸í¤u ¬iíu,¬¬. ¬. ¬i., ¤i¬
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í¬:i«ui ¬i ¬iº+iºi
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·i ·zc s«e
¬¬¤iºí ¬-¤iºi
·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬¤- ¬-¤i|º·i ¬ |¬· ·¤ ;···i º ¬ ·i ·-i ¬iº
ti¬i · ti - ·¬ ¬~·iºi ¬i ¬|··ii· ·iºi º·ii t | ;¬ ··i
|·i-¬i, --i¬i, ¤ºi, -i·i ºi- ¬iº ¬-i - |-·iu ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ti¬i
· ti - ¬ ¬ « ·i - ¤--i ¬-« ·i -·i¸u ¬º |··i ··i t|
·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi ¬ií¬¬i ¬i ¤í:i+iºi
-i-· ¬ ¬i·i- |·¬i¬ ¬ |¬· ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬¤- ¤·i¬ ·iºi º·i
t | -i-· ¬ ¬i·i- ¬ |·¬i¬ ¬ ·¬ ·ii· ¬ -¤ - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬
¬i|-¬ ¬i u|º¬ ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-i ¬ ¤|·i·iºi - ·ii· ¬ ºt t ¬iº
¬·t |·|·i·- ¬|·i¬ººii (·iiºu - ) ,iºi ¬i·i |·u |¬· ·i ºt
¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-i - u-iu ·ii |¬·i ·i ºti t|
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 57
í¤-i, nªii ¬iº nªii ¤ºí+iºi FINANCE ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT
For the Eighteenth consecutive year that is 2006-07,
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) continued to be self-
reliant in meeting its expenditure and other liabilities.
Total income (excluding interest) during the year 2006-07
was Rs. 1 453.23 million against Rs. 1 219.98 million in
the previous year resulting in an increase of 19.12 percent.
The largest contribution to the income was from ISI
Certification Marking Fee which stood at Rs. 1 255.00
million against Rs. 1 056.27 million in the previous year
that is an increase of 18.81 percent. This is due to increase
in number of licences and also due to revision of marking
fee. The income under Hallmarking Certification has
increased to Rs. 59.40 millions against Rs. 34.84 millions
during 2005-06 that is increase of 70.5 percent which is
as a consequence of simplification of procedures and
rationalization of fee and other charges.
The total Expenditure during the year 2006-07 stood at
Rs. 1 212.37 million (including Rs. 349.00 million charged
towards shortfall in Pension Liability Account) as against
1 396.76 million during 2005-06 (including Rs. 574.20
million charged to Pension Liability Account towards
shortfall therein).
The remaining net surplus of RS. 286.00 million in Income
& Expenditure A/c (Total Income Rs. 1 498.37 million less
expenditure Rs. 1 212.37 million) has been carried over
to Capital Fund A/c.
A comparative statement of Income & Expenditure during
2006-07 vis-a-vis 2005-06 is as under:
+. í¬í¬¤¬ ¬ uí{,·i<iu (%)
(Rs. in millions) Increase/ decrease
2005-06 2006-07 (%)
1056.27 1255.00 18.81%
34.84 59.40 70.50%
31.24 25.00 (–)19.99%
65.92 80.81 22.58%
11.15 15.52 39.19%
20.56 17.50 (–)14.86%
1219.98 1453.23 19.12%
176.78 45.15 (–)74.46%
1396.76 1498.37 7.27%
vk; INCOME
·. ¬-¤i· ¤-iºi- Product Certification
z. -·ºi ¬i ti¬-i|¬· ¤-iºi- Gold Hallmarking Certification
s. ¤¸|u ¤-iºi- System Certification
«. -i-¬i ¬i |«¬i Sale of Standards
r. ¬·- ¬-, ¤ºi-·i ¬iº ¤|·i·iºi ·i~¬
Conference, Consultancy & Training Fee
c. |·|··i ¬i· Miscellaneous Income
/. ··i· ¬i· (ns [ks a ¤|º|·i·- I ¬i |-·¤ºii z.·.s.z)
Interest Income (see Note 2.1.3.2 of Appendix I)
¬¬ TOTAL
¬·iuiº ¬-iºt· ··i ¬·iiu zeec÷zee/ - ·ii ·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi
(·ii -i ··¸ ºi ) - ·iiºu ¬º¬iº ¬ ¬i ; «·-i· ¬ti·ui |¬· |«-i
¬¤-i ··· ¤¬i- - ¬i--÷|-·iºui ¬i ¬·· ti|¬¬ |¬·i|
··i zeec÷zee/ ¬ ·i ºi- ¬ ¬ ¬i· (··i· ¬i si · ¬º) · «rs.zs
|-|¬·- ·¤· ·ii ·«|¬ ·u ··i ·t · z·s.ss |-|¬·- ·¤· ·ii
|·¬¬ ¤|ººii--·-¤ ·s.·z ¤ |u·iu ¬i · |¸ t ; | ;¬ ¬i· -
¬«¬ «· i ¬ ·i·i- ¬i; ·¬ ¬i; ¤ -iºi- -i|¬ · ·i ~¬ ¬i ·ii ·i
·u ··i ¬ · erc.z/ |-|¬·- ·¤· ¬i u ¬-i - · zrr.ee
|-|¬·- ·¤· ºti ¬·ii u ·s.s· ¤ |u·iu ¬i · |¸ t ; | · ¬i
¬i;¬ ¬i ¬i ¬ ··i - · |¸ ¬i º - tºi ¬- ·i ~¬ - · |¸ ¬ ¬iººi
t ¬i| ti ¬-i|¬ · ¤ -iºi- ¬ ¬ u· u ¬i· ··i zeer÷ec ¬ ·i ºi-
s«.s« |-|¬·- ·¤· ¬ «« ¬º rs.«e |-|¬·- ·¤· ti ·; t
¬·ii u /e.r ¤ |u·iu ¬i · |¸ t ; t |
··i zeec÷zee/ ¬ ·i ºi- t ¬i ¬ ¬ ··· · z·z.s/ |-|¬·-
·¤· ·ii (¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu - ¬-i ¬ |¬· s«s.ee |-|¬·- ·.
¤ ·iiº ¬|tu) ·«|¬ zeer÷zeec - ·t · ssc./c |-|¬·- ·¤·
·ii (·t ¬-i ¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu - ¤ ·ii|ºu r/«.ze |-|¬·- ·.
¬|tu t )|
¬i· u·ii ··· ·iiu - zsc.ee |-|¬·- ·. ¬ ·i ·i |-·¬ ¬|·i·i ·i
(¬¬ ¬i· · «ss.s/ |-|¬·- ·. - ¬ ··· ¬ · z·z.s/ |-|¬·-
·. ·i-i· ) ¬i ¤¸ ·i ¬i ·i ·iiu - ¬· |·iu |¬·i ··i t|
··i zeec÷zee/ ¬i u¬-i - zeer÷zeec ¬ ·iºi- ¬i· ¬iº ···
¬i u¬-i--¬ |··ººi |-·-i-¬iº t
58 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
O;; EXPENDITURE
·. · u- ¬iº ·i-i Pay & Allowances
z. ¬ ·i |-·|-i ¬i·i (¬ ·ii ¬- |-·¤ºii z.·.s.· ns [k )
Retirement Benefits (Refer Accounting Note 2.1.3.1)
s. ¬·· ¤¤i¬- ··· Other Operating Expenses
«. -¸ ~·ti¬ Depreciation
r. ¤ ·i- · -·iºi ¬ ·i ¬ ¤i··ii- - ¬ ·i·i-
Contribution towards shortfall in Pension
Liability Account
¬¬ TOTAL
(¤¸ ·i ¬i ·i - ¬ u|ºu ¬|·i·i ·i)
(Surplus Carried to Capital Fund)
·iiºui· -i-¬ ··¸ ºi ¬i ·i|·i ¬ |º¤i - u·ii ··i zeer÷ec ¬ ·i|·i ¬
¬ ·ii÷|··ººi |·-i ¬ s.·z.zeec ¬i ºi·· ¬·ii - u·ii ··.·z.zeec ¬i
¬i ¬¬·ii - ¤ -u u |¬· ··| ·iiºu ¬ |-· ~¬ ¬i º -ti¬ ·ii ¤ºi·i¬ ¬i
¬ ·ii ¤ºi·ii t u ·i|·i ¬ ¬ ·ii÷|··ººii ¬i ¤ -u u ¬º- ¬i ¬-·÷¬- ¬¸ ¤i
¬i ¤i¬- ¬º- ¬ |¬· ¬ s ·ii·ii ¬i·i ¬·i - ¬i···¬ui ¬ ¬i·iiº
¤º ¬ ·ii ¬- ¬i ¬i· ¤i- · ·¬i¬ - - +-i ¬ ¬º·i·i ··i|
408.70 432.59 5.85%
58.86 62.06 5.43%
299.72 335.57 11.96%
55.28 33.14 (–)40.05%
574.20 349.00
1396.76 1212.37
0.00 286.00
The Annual Report including Annual Accounts of BIS for
the year 2005-06 was tabled in Rajya Sabha on 8.12.2006
and in Lok Sabha on 11.12.2006. In order to maintain the
time schedule for submission of Annual Accounts for Audit
to Comptroller & Auditor General of India, outsourcing of
jobs of accounting work to Chartered Accountant Firms
was made on need basis in few branch offices.
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 59
·iiºuí¤ ni++ ·¤¸ºi
a1 ni¤ zeez +i ¤¤+i í¤cai
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 MARCH 2007
vuqlwph 31.3.2007 ¬i í-ªiíu 31.3.2006 ¬i í-ªiíu
SCHEDULE As on 31.3.2007 As on 31.3.2006
¼#i;s@Rupees½ ¼#i;s @ @@ @@Rupees½
í¬í·i¤i ¬ ¬iu
SOURCES OF FUNDS
¤¸ ·i |-|·i ·-
Capital Fund N 906066625 618556612
|º·· ¬iº |-|·i·i ¬i (·)
Reserves & Funds O (a) 696161666 655827036
¤ ’i- · ·ui ·iiu ¬i («i)
Pension Liability Account O (b) 3570315327 3069191414
~ºi ¤i
Loans P – –
·i · TOTAL 5172543618 4343575062
í¬í·i¤i ¬i ¤¤¤i¬
APPLICATION OF FUNDS
¬¤¬ ¤|º¬·¤|-i·i ··¸
Fixed Assets Q 269825612 279781768
|-· ·i ¬iº
Investments R 4356651086 3537015483
¬i¤¬iºí ¤¸¬í
WORKING CAPITAL
¤i¬¸ ¤|º¬·¤|-i·i , ~ºi ¬i º ¬|· - ·¬
Current Assets, Loans & S 600369186 580932991
Advances
ukes ¤i¬¸ · ·ui -i
Less : Current Liabilites T 54302266 546066920 54155180 526777811
·i · TOTAL 5172543618 4343575062
¬ ·ii ¬ « ·ii -i|u·i,¬ ·ii ¤º |-·¤|ºi·i ¤|º|·i·-÷I
Accounting Policies/Notes on Accounts Appendix-I.
|-· ·i ¬i |··ººi ¤|º|·i·-÷II
Details of Investments Appendix-II.
¬¤º ·i ·; ¬-¬¸ |¤·i ¬ ·i ¬i ·ii· t|
The Schedules referred to above form part of Accounts.
t-ui./Sd/- t-ui./Sd/- t-ui./Sd/- t-ui./Sd/-
(¬i¤¬ ¤<¬í) (¤:i ¤i¬ í¬z) (y¬.¬.«-ii) (y¤.¬iº.¬iz¬i)
(Sayan Chatterjee) (Yash Pal Singh) (S.K. Datta) (H.R. Ahuja)
-ti|-··i¬ ¬¤º -ti|-· ·i¬ |-· ·i¬ (¬ ·ii) |-· ·i¬ (|·-i)
Director General Addl.Director General Director (Accounts) Director (Finance)
60 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
a1 ni¤ zeez +i ¬ni·u ¤ªi + ínv ¬i¤ v¤ ·¤¤ +i nªii
INCOME & EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2007
¬¬¬¸¤í uu¬i¬ u·i í¤v¬i u·i
SCHEDULE CURRENT YEAR PREVIOUS YEAR
2006-2007 2005-2006
I. vk; INCOME ¼#i;s @Rupees½ ¼#i;s @Rupees½
1. ¬-¤i· ¤-iºi-
Product Certification 1254999383 1056269152
2. -·ºi ti¬-i|¬ · ¤-iºi-
Gold Hallmarking Certification 59397436 34838055
3. ¤¸|u ¤-iºi-
System Certification 24996824 31242211
4. -i-¬i ¬i |«¬i ·
Sales of Standards A 80811389 65922603
5. ¬·· ¬i· «i
Other Income B 33022409 31706003
6. |-· ·i ¤º ¬|·u ··i·
Interest Earned on Investments 45145301 176782371
7. ¬º¬iºi ¬-·i- (ºi·-·)
Govt. Grant (Revenue) 0 0
¤i¬ TOTAL 1498372742 1396760395
II. O;; EXPENDITURE
1. ··· ¬i º ·i-i ¬i
Pay and Allowances C 432592758 408702222
2. ¬ ·i|-·|-i ¬ ¬·· ¬i·i ·i
Retirement Benefits D 62058482 58862580
3. ¬-¤i|º·i ¬ ¬i·i ;
Other Staff Benefits E 36387423 32633778
4. ·i~i ··· ·+
Travelling Expenses F 37277297 40587072
5. ¬ uºi·-i· ¬ ·--i ¬i ¤ · ·i
Subscription to International Organizations G 16432729 14355613
6. ¬-¤i·- ·¤
Production H 6704667 6504459
7. ¤ºi·iºi ¬i;
Testing I 73981744 53563206
8. ¤¤iº · ä
Publicity J 16469717 18265267
9. ¬i·i ¬· ··· ¬
Office Expenses K 71863206 72374365
10. -º·-u ¬iº º·i÷º·ii· ·¬
Repairs & Maintenance L 38476515 30190638
11. ¬·· ··· ·-
Other Expenses M 37976844 31238901
12. -¸ ~· ;i¬ ··¸
Depreciation Q 33143349 55281442
13. ¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu - ¬-i ¬ ¤|u ·i ··i- ¬i («i)
Contribution Towards Shortfall in
Pension Liability Account O (b) 349003918 574200852
¤i¬ TOTAL 1212368649 1396760395
III. ¬í·i:i·i ¤¸¬í ¬i·i ¬ ¬i¤i ¬¤i (I-II)
SURPLUS CARRIED TO CAPITAL FUND (I-II) 286004093 –
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 61
¬+¬¸¤í vni++i +í í«+í SCHEDULE A — SALE OF STANDARDS
¤i¬¸ u·i CURRENT YEAR í¤v¬i u·i PREVIOUS YEAR
2006-2007 2005-2006
1. ·iiºui· -i-¬ Indian Standards 46047360 42159874
2. ·iiºui· ·· - ¬ ºi·~-i
Royalty from Indian Agent 27853270 14109000
3. |·· ·ii ¤¬i·i- ¬-i·i- ¬iº ºi·~-i
Royalty from Overseas Bodies & 6910759 9653729
Overseas Publication Commission
¤i¬ TOTAL 80811389 65922603
¬+¬¸¤í «í¬·¤ ¬i¤ SCHEDULE B — OTHER INCOME
1. ¬·- ¬-, ¤ºi-·i ¬iº ¤|·i·iºi ·i~¬
Conferences, Consultancy & Training Fees 15521098 11151422
2. |·|··i (ns [ks a |-·¤ºii z.·r)
Miscellaneous (see Note 2.15) 17501311 20554581
¤i¬ TOTAL 33022409 31706003
¬+¬¸¤í ¬í¤u+ ¬iº ·i-i SCHEDULE C — PAY AND ALLOWANCES
1. osru PAY
-ti|-· ·i¬ Director General 341818 248261
¬|·i¬iºi Officers 132141884 130172351
¬-¤iºi Staff 148700818 149263923
¬¤ ·i · Sub Total 281184520 279684535
2. HkÙks ALLOWANCES
-ti|-· ·i¬ Director General 96774 54206
¬|·i¬iºi Officers 71850927 60141233
¬-¤iºi Staff 79460537 68822248
¬¤ ·i · Sub Total 151408238 129017687
¤i¬ TOTAL 432592758 408702222
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
Amount in Rupees
[ ]
62 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
¬+¬¸¤í ÷í¬¤ií+¤í-i ni·i SCHEDULE D — RETIREMENT BENEFITS
¤i¬¸ u·i CURRENT YEAR í¤v¬i u·iZ ZZ ZZ PREVIOUS YEAR
2006-2007 2005-2006
·. ·i|··· |-|·i ¬i ·i - ¬-i ¬i ¬i º ·i ··i- (ns [ks a |-·¤ºii z.s)
Contribution to G.P.F. towards Deficiet (see Note 2.8) 3592477 1226204
z. ¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu - ·i|·i¬ ·i ··i- (ns [ks a |-·¤ºii z.·.s.·)
Yearly Contribution to Pension Liability A/c (see Note 2.1.3.1) 57507804 57266790
s. ¬ ·i·i·i -; ¤ ·i- ·i ·-i - ·i ··i-
Contribution to Contributory New Pension Scheme 958201 369586
¤i¬ TOTAL 62058482 58862580
¬+¬¸¤í ,¬·¤ +ci¤ ni·i SCHEDULE E — OTHER STAFF BENEFITS
1. ¬ . ¬º¬iº -·i. ¬ . ¬i º ¬·· |¤|¬-¬i ¬i·i
CGHS and Other Medical Benefits–¬- ¤iºi Staff 17621010 18659477
÷¤ ·i-º Pensioners 7436223 5899220
2. ¬-¤iºi ¬~·iºi Staff Welfare 3371242 2764570
3. s--i ·i~i |º·i·u Leave Travel Concession 7958948 5310511
¤i¬ TOTAL 36387423 32633778
¬+¬¸¤í v¤¤i¬i ·¤¤ SCHEDULE F — TRAVELLING EXPENSES
1. |·· ·i Overseas 6751302 9215620
2. ¬|·i¬iºi ¬iº ¬-¤iºi Officers and Staff 30294862 31099599
3. ¬|-|u ¬·-· Committee Members 231133 271853
¤i¬ TOTAL 37277297 40587072
¬+¬¸¤í ¬í¬uºiªcí¤ ¬^a+i +i ¤¤
SCHEDULE G — SUBSCRIPTION TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
1. ¬ uºi·-i· -i-¬ ¬ ·-- International Standards Organization 9821799 8526647
2. ¬ uºi·-i· |·¬u u¬-i¬i ¬i·i ·
International Electrotechnical Commission 6610930 5828966
¤i¬ TOTAL 16432729 14355613
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
Amount in Rupees
[ ]
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 63
¬+¬¸¤í v¤¤-¤i¤+ SCHEDULE H — PRODUCTION
¤i¬¸ u·i CURRENT YEAR í¤v¬i u·i PREVIOUS YEAR
2006-2007 2005-2006
1. -i-¬ Standards 5951507 5796236
2. «¬ |-- Bulletin 753160 708223
¤i¬ TOTAL 6704667 6504459
¬+¬¸¤í ¬i,¤ºí+iºi SCHEDULE I — TESTING
1. ¤ºi·iºi ·i~¬ Testing Fees 51560697 43432926
2. ¤·i ··ii¬i - ¬¤·ii ·· ¬i-i- ¬iº ¤·i ··ii¬i ¬¤¬ººii ¬i
-º·-u ¬iº º·i÷º·ii·
Laboratory Consumables and Repair & Maintenance 7787809 6881434
of Lab Equipment
3. «i·iº ¬ ·iºi· ·· --¸ - Market Samples 4498838 3248846
4. «itºi ·· |¬·i ¬i |-ºi·iºi ¤·iiº 10134400 –
Inspection Charges to Outside Agencies
¤i¬ TOTAL 73981744 53563206
¬+¬¸¤í ¬¤¤iº SCHEDULE J — PUBLICITY
1. ¤¤iº Publicity 16469717 18265267
¬+¬¸¤í ++i¤in¤ ·¤¤ SCHEDULE K — OFFICE EXPENSES
1. -- ·i-ºi Stationery 8661882 9488580
2. ·i¬ ··· Postage 7034396 6515330
3. - ¬i+i - ¬iº - ¬ ·¬ Telephone and Telex 9419379 8964122
4. ·iui Recruitment 134322 4301738
5. ·¬¤i- ¬iº --i º ·- Refreshment and Entertainment 1095843 881189
6. ··i Liveries 401224 432035
7. ·ii· i ¬iº «¬i; Freight and Cartage 1906448 2597760
8. «i-i ¬iº « ¬ ¤·iiº Insurance and Bank Charges 1802761 1496900
9. |·|··i Miscellaneous 4229603 3686964
10. |¬ºi·i ¬iº ¬º Rent and Taxes 13222079 11385900
11. |«·¬i ¬iº ¤i-i Electricity and Water 23955269 22623847
¤i¬ TOTAL 71863206 72374365
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
Amount in Rupees
[ ]
64 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
¬+¬¸¤í vnnº-nu ¬iº ºªi-ºªii¤ SCHEDULE L — REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
¤i¬¸ u·i CURRENT YEAR í¤v¬i u·i PREVIOUS YEAR
2006-2007 2005-2006
1. ¤+i ¤º )( ¤¤-¬º Furniture and Equipment 2933662 2877529
2. ·i·- Building 31365318 23145755
3. ·it- ¬iº ·i·¬·i; -|·¬·i Vehicles and DLY Taxies 4177535 4167354
;ksx TOTAL 38476515 30190638
¬+¬¸¤í vn÷¬·¤ ·¤¤ SCHEDULE M — OTHER EXPENSES
1. ¬·- ¬-, ¤ºi-·i ·· ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-
Conferences, Consultancy and Training Programme 16156178 12815281
2. ;¬·-i|-¬i ¬i¬· i ¬ ¬i·i- Electronic Data Processing 9183977 7044000
3. ¤-u¬i¬· ¤ ·i ¬iº ¬·· ···
Library Subscription and Other Expenses 299018 491162
4. ¬ ·ii ¤ºi·ii ·i~¬ Audit Fees 1613089 1569896
5. |·|·i ¤·iiº Legal Charges 3587578 3210463
6. ¬-¤iºi ¤lºi·iºi Staff Training 1858796 554683
7. ¬i(i¬ l+-i ºi ~ºi ¤º ·¤i¬,·¤i¬ ¤º s¸ -
Interest/Interest Subsidy on House Building Loan 338314 321150
8. ¬·· ~ºii ¤º ··i· Interest on Other Loans from:
¬) ¬ ·· ¬º¬iº
a) Central Government 0 0
ªi) ¬·· ¬i u ÷ |··· « ¬ ~ºi
b) Other Sources—World Bank Loan 0 19945
9. ·¸ «i ~ºi «-- ªiin - ·i¬i (ns a [ks a l--¤ºii z.za)
Bad Debts Written Off (see Note 2.20) 60944 15596
10. nºini ¤,ln ¤·iiº Quality System Charges 3353802 4216646
11. |t··i ¤i -¬it- ·|u|·|·i·i
Hindi Promotional Activities 1174437 980079
12. ¤·u- ¬i¬-¬i |¬ · ···
Enforcement Outsourcing Expenses 350711 0
;ksx TOTAL 37976844 31238901
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
Amount in Rupees
[ ]
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 65
¬+¬¸¤í v+—¤¸¬í í+í·i SCHEDULE N — CAPITAL FUND
31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr 31 ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr
As on 31 March 2007 As on 31 March 2006
(·i ¬ ¬iº¹·i - ¬iºl¹·i¬ ºi ·i
Opening Balance at the Begining of the Year 618556612 613635315
tek Add:
i) ¤i ¬+inn ¬+·i+ ¬ ¤¸ ¬inn ¤lº¬¹¤l-i¤i ¬i ¬inn
[¬-¬¸ ¤i ¬i ¬i ¬- ¬ . ·.· (¬) · ·i ]
Cost of assets capitalized from Plan Grants 1133075 418585
[Refer Schedule 'O' Sl No. 1.1(a)]
ii) ¬¤iº¹¤lº¬ ¤¬i ¬i n - ¤i¬¤ ¬ ¤i-n ¬+·i+ ¬ ¤¸ ¬i—n ¤lº¬¹¤ln¤i
¬i ¬inn [¬+¬¸ ¤i ¬i ¬i ¬- ¬ ª¤i ·.· (n) · ªi ]
Cost of Assets Capitalized from Grant from Ministry of 195874 –
Non–Conventional Energy Sources [Refer Schedule 'O(a)'
Sl. No. 1.1 (c)]
iii) ¤¤·ii ·ni ¬~¤iºi ¬i ·i ¬ ¬ri¤ni ¬ ¤ ¸ ¬i—n ¤lº¬¹¤ln¤i ¬i ¬inn
[¬+¬¸ ¤i ¬i ()) ¬i ¬- ¬ ª¤i ·.z (¬) ¬iº l--¤ºii z.«.z ns a [ks a ]
Cost of Assets Capitalised from Assistance from 176971 502712
Consumer Welfare Fund
[Refer Schedule 'O(a)' Sl No. 1.2(a) and Note 2.4.2]
iv) l(º( « ¬ ~ºi ¤ln·i+ ¬ ªii l+l·i ¬ ¬ nººi÷
~ºi ¬i ·inni+
Transfer from World Bank Loan Redemption Fund – 4000000
Account – Payment of Loan
v) ¬i¤ ¬iº ·¤¤ ªiin ¬ ¬ nlºn ¬l·iºi ·i
Surplus transferred from Income & Expenditure Account 286004093 –
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SCHEDULE O (b) — PENSION LIABILITY ACCOUNT (see Note 2.1)
31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr 31 ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr
As on 31 March 2007 As on 31 March 2006
i) (·i ¬ ¬iº ·i - ¬iº l·i¬ ºi ·i
Opening Balance at the Beginning of the Year 3069191414 2548398066
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ii) ¤ ºi+ · ¤ni ªiin ¬i ¬i º l+( ºi ¤º ¬l¬n ·¤i¬ (ns [ks a l--¤ºii z.·.s.s)
Interest Earned on Investment towards Pension Liability 224004668 –
Account (see Note 2.1.3.3)
;ksx TOTAL 3293196082 2548398066
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Item 13 of Expenditure Group) (see Note 2.1.3.3)
;ksx TOTAL 3642200000 3122598918
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future Service Pension & Gratuity Liability as per Actuary Report
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;ksx TOTAL 3699707804 3179865708
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the year debited to Pension Liability Account (see Note 2.1.3.4)
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ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 71
¬+¬¸¤í ¬iº÷í+¤zi (ni^u ¤º) SCHEDULE R — INVESTMENTS (AT COST)
u¬ íuuººi 31 ¬i¤ 2006 ¬¬i ¬<iíu¤i a1 ¬i¤ 2007
¬. ¬i í-ªiíu (í«uí,¤íº¤«uui) ¬i í-ªiíu
Sl Particulars As on 31 Additions Deductions As on 31
No. March 2006 (Sale/Maturity) March 2007
1. fuos'k ¼ns[ksa fVIi.kh 2-3-1½
Investment (see Note 2.3.1)
1.1 ¤ ·i- · ·ui ¬ ·ii = |-· ·i
Investment towards Pension 2923406080 3258810998 2611901751 3570315327
Liability Account
1.2 -; ¬ ·i·i·i ¤ ·i- ·i ·-i = |-· ·i
Investment towards New Contributory 1123206 3116943 1123206 3116943
Pension Scheme
1.3 |-· ·i÷¬i=i·· ·i|··· |-|·i
Investment-BIS General Investment 0 129685859 0 129685859
towards Capital Fund
;ksx TOTAL 2924529286 3391613800 2613024957 3703118129
2. fuos'k & lkekU; Hkfo"; fufèk
Investment – General Provident Fund 609786197 90536036 48536276 651785957
3. fuos'k & ifj;kstuk fufèk
Investment – Project Fund
3.1 ¬t=·i«i· ·i·- ¤|º·i·-i÷|¬·i¬- «¬
Ahmedabad Building Project–Syndicate Bank 1300000 0 0 1300000
3.2 ·i·-i·u ¤|º·i·-i·÷¬-ºi «¬
Plan Projects–Canara Bank 1400000 447000 1400000 447000
¬¬ ¤i¬ GRAND TOTAL 3537015483 3482596836 2662961233 4356651086
í<·¤íºi¤i NOTES
1- |-··i ¬ ··iº ¤|º|·i·- II = |·· ·· t|
The details of investment are given in Appendix II.
2- |-|·i ¬ |-· ·i ¤º |-·¤|ºi·i ¤|º|·i·- I ¬i |-·¤ºii ¬ . z.s = ·i ·; t |
Notes on Investment of Funds are given at Note No. 2.3 of Appendix I.
3- ¬¤ºi ·u ¬= ¬ . · ¤º |-· ·ii ¬ ¬ ··i = ¤i ··i¸ u ¬iº · · ··i·, ·i s·.s.zee/ ¬i ¤i·u -ti t·, ¬¬ ¬-¬¸ ¤i ·¬÷¤i¬¸ ¤|º¬·¤|u, ~ºi ¬iº ¬|·=,
¬= ¬ . s (i) ¤º s·e·sssss ·. ¬i « ¬ = ¬i·|·i ·=i ºi|·i ¬ -¤ = ··ii·i ··i t|
In respect of Investment at Sl No. 1 above, the interest accrued and due but not received as on 31.3.2007 in fixed deposits in banks amounting
to Rs. 310183998 has been shown in Schedule S – Current Assets, Loans & Advances at Sl.No. 8 (i).
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
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72 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
¬+¬¸¤í v¬÷¤in¸ ¤íº¬-¤í-i¤i, +ºi ¬iº ¬í^n
SCHEDULE S — CURRENT ASSETS, LOANS & ADVANCES
u¬ ¬. íuuººi 31 31 31 31 31 ekpZ 20 20 20 20 2007 07 07 07 07 dks fLFkfr 31 31 31 31 31 ekpZ 200 200 200 200 2006 66 66 dks fLFkfr
Sl No. Particulars As on 31.3.2007 As on 31.3.2006
1. Hk.Mkj ¼ykxr ij½
Stock (at Cost)
¬) s¤i; ¬i ¬i··
a) Printing Paper 271988 1712515
·i) ¤·i ··ii¬i = ¬¤¬ººi ¬iº --i º ¬i ¬i=i-
b) Laboratory Apparatus and Stores 1447779 2368814
·) -- ·i-ºi u·ii ¬ ··¸ -º ¬i ·i¤u ·i ·· ¬i=·i ¬iº ¬ -i-
c) Stationery, Computer Consumables and Canteen 1795876 1371301
·i) =º·=u ¬iº º·i÷º·ii· ¬i ·i¤u ·i ·· ¬i=·i
d) Repair & Maintenance Consumables 986795 644854
·.) -·ºi ¬i·i¸ ·iºii ¬i --i¬
e) Stock of Gold Jewellery 762018 762018
2. QqVdj ysunkfj;k¡
Sundry Debtors
¬) ¤¬i·i-i ¬i |«¬i
a) Sale of Publications 1696570 1607951
·i) ¤=iºi-
b) Certification 6717244 7582224
·) ¤=iºi-—¬i· ·- ·i-¬ ¬i ¬ ·ii |·iu «¬i·i ºi|·i, -·i¬ººi ·i-¬
¬iº ·i|·i¬ ¬i;¬ ¬ ·i-¬ (ns[ksa |-·¤ºii z.z·)
c) Certification—Revision arrears of application fee,
renewal fee and annual licence fee (see Note 2.21)
— ¬ |···i ~ºi Doubtful Debts 4462029 4375684
— ¬·· Others – 86345
3. _.k vkSj vfxze
Loans and Advances
¬) |-·-|¬|·iu ¬ |¬· ¬=¤i|º·i ¬i ~ºi
a) Loans to employees for:
i) ·it- ¬i ·iºi· ¬ |¬·
Purchase of Conveyance 10809470 12317219
ii) ¬i·i¬ |-=iºi ¬ |¬·
House Construction 26168894 29789167
iii) ¬ ··¸ -º ¬ |¬·
Computer 2154797 1880977
·i) |-·-|¬|·iu ¬ |¬· ¬=¤i|º·i ¬i ¬|·=
b) Advances to employees for:
i) -·itiº
Festival 606505 666705
ii) ¤i¸|u¬ ¬i¤·i·
Natural Calamities 101650 186950
iii) ·i~i ···
Travelling Expenses 2390179 3266489
iv) s--i ·i~i
Leave Travel 602045 654036
v) ¤ ·ii ¬|· =
Fan Advance 149 449
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
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ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 73
·) ¬=i·i ·-i· ¬|· =
c) Adjustable Advances :
i) ·¬i¬u ¬···¸ -ºi¬ººi ¬i ¤|º·i ·-i (·-¬i;¬i) (ns[ksa |-·¤ºii z.s)
Integrated Computerization Project (NIC) (see Note 2.9) 7800876 8714668
ii) ¬·· (·i ~i· ¬i·i ¬·,·ii·ii ¬i·i ¬·,= ··i¬·)
Others (ROs/BOs/HQ) 5524667 15074524
iii) ·i ·-i ¤|º·i ·-i -¬i= (¤·i ··ii¬i ¬¤¬ººi)
Plan Project Scheme (Lab Equipment) 188463 188463
iv) ¬¤·ii·ui ¬-·iºi |-|·i (·-«i¬i¬i)
Consumer Welfare Fund (NBCC) 332260 509231
v) ¤ ·i·¬÷si - =i=¬ ··i·i¬·÷= ·«; (ns[ksa |-·¤ºii z./)
Registrar–Small Causes Court–Mumbai (see Note 2.7) 18360598 18660598
·i) ·¬¸ ¬i ·i ·· ¬ ·i
d) Accounts Recoverable :
i) ·¬¸ ¬i ·i ·· ¬ ·i (¬=¤i|º·i ¬ ) (ns[ksa |-·¤ºii z.·s)
Accounts Recoverable (Employees) (see Note 2.18) 339732 372612
ii) ¬º¬iºi ¤i|-·i ¬ ·¬¸ ¬i ·i ··
(|·-i = ~i¬·, |·· ·i = ~i¬· ·· ¬¤·ii ·ui =i=¬ |··ii· ¬ )
Recoverables from Govt. Parties
(From MOF, MEA & DCA) – 1600070
iii) ·¬¸ ¬i ·i ·· ¬ ·i (¬··) (ns[ksa |-·¤ºii z.·c ¬iº z.·/)
Accounts Recoverable (Others) (see Note 2.16 & 2.17) 29336992 15371812
4. lkekU; Hkfo"; fuf/k ls vfxze
Advances from GPF 17617730 15939970
5. çfrHkwfr tek
Security Deposits 2742208 2628369
6. iwoZçnÙk O;;
Prepaid Expenses 215885 235417
7. lzksr ij dkVk x;k dj
Tax Deducted at Sources 14759726 10437954
8. C;kt çkfIr rFkk cdk;k
Interest Accrued & Due
i) ·ii =i ··¸ ºi |-|·i
BIS Fund 310183998 297742752
ii) ¬i. ·i. |-|·i
GP Fund 15852357 20305447
iii) -; ¤ ·i- ·i ·-i
New Pension Scheme – 37328
iv) ¬··
Others 2866 5101
9. jksdM+ rFkk cS a d 'ks"k
Cash and Bank Balances
¬) « ¬ ¬ , a) With Banks
÷¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu ¬ ¤|u Towards Pension Liability Account 5888850 5281327
÷¬··÷=··i¬· ¬iº ·i ~i·,·ii·ii ¬i·i¬· Others–HQ & ROs/BOs 109474232 88083021
·i) ti·i = (;·¤ -- ¬|tu), b) In hand (including imprest) 561583 591933
·) ¤ |¬ · =·ii- ·i ·i, c) Franking Machine Balance 212175 275643
·i) ¤iº·t- = ¤¬, d) Cheques in Transit – 9603053
¤i¬ TOTAL 600369186 580932991
u¬ ¬. íuuººi 31 31 31 31 31 ekpZ 20 20 20 20 2007 07 07 07 07 dks fLFkfr 31 31 31 31 31 ekpZ 200 200 200 200 2006 66 66 dks fLFkfr
Sl No. Particulars As on 31.3.2007 As on 31.3.2006
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
Amount in Rupees
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74 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
¬+¬¸¤í cí÷¤in¸ ¤¤uiv SCHEDULE T — CURRENT LIABILITIES
u¬ ¬. íuuººi 31 31 31 31 31 ekpZ 20 20 20 20 2007 07 07 07 07 dks fLFkfr 31 31 31 31 31 ekpZ 200 200 200 200 2006 66 66 dks fLFkfr
Sl No. Particulars As on 31.3.2007 As on 31.3.2006
1. + -¬º · -·i|º·i
Sundry Creditors
¬ ) · ·i -
a) Inland 20409870 25898709
·i) |·· ·i -
b) Abroad 7500000 6960940
·) «·i-i ·=i ºi|·i,¤|u·iiººi ·i-
c) Earnest Money Deposits/Retention Money 14835545 12649273
2. · it¬ «¬i·i
Customer Balances
¬ ) |«¬i
a) Sales 415039 262873
·i) ¤-iºi-
b) Certification 8122738 4958748
3. ·i·ui- ·i ·· ¬ ·i (¬-¤i|º·i ¬ )
Accounts Payable (Employees) 595982 721834
4. |«tiº ¬º¬iº (¤·i ··ii¬i ¬¤-¬º ·iiui)
Govt. of Bihar (Lab Equipment A/c) 459513 395526
5. ··ºiu ¬º¬iº (¬.·ii.¬i. ·i·- ·iiui)
Govt. of Gujarat (ABO Building A/c) 1399666 1370481
6. ·¸ ·-·i¤i ¬ti·ui—¬··|¤u·i ·i (ns[ksa |-·¤ºii z.·s)
UNDP Assistance — Unspent Balance (see Note 2.19) 210552 367045
7. · · ¬ ·i ¬º
Service Tax Payable 352539 563488
8. ¬¤·u · u-
Unpaid Salaries 822 6263
¤i¬ TOTAL 54302266 54155180
jkf'k #i;ksa esa
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ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 75
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·ºi-i - ¬i ·; t , |·¬- ·i ·ui- -ti |¬· ·· |-· ·ii ¤º · · ··i·
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-¸ ~· |-·iiººi ¬i·u ¤º |¬·i ·iui t|
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|¬·i ·iui t|
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¬ ui ¤ :i¬ í¬¤¬, 1szz µiºi í¬¤ í>u ¬¬ ¤iíº¤i ¬
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z.1.1 ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - |·-i ¬ z/.s.zeez ¬i ¬i·i |·u ¬¤-i ¬i·¬i|ººii
¬|-|u ¬i re·i «-¬ - |-ºi· |¬·i ·ii |¬ u-¬ « ·ii ··ii ¬ ¤ ·i- ¬iº
¬ ·i|-·|-u ¬i·ii ¬ ·iiu - ·i--i|·¬ · ·ui ¬i ¬i-i u¬ ¤ ·i- · ·ui
·iiu ¬ ¤i··ii- u·ii ¬i· ¬iº ··· ¬ ·i ·i ¬|·i· ·i ·iiu ¬i ·i|··· -
¤ ·i- ¬i |··ii¬ · ·ui ¬i ··i- - º·iu t· ¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu -
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APPENDIX-I
ACCOUNTING POLICIES/NOTES ON ACCOUNTS
1. ACCOUNTING POLICIES
i) Income & Expenditure Recognition
Certification and miscellaneous income is generally
accounted on cash basis. Sales income is generally
accounted on accrual basi s. Interest i ncome on
investments is accounted on accrual basis excluding the
interest due on default investments which are accounted
on cash basis.
ii) Investments
Investments are shown at cost.
iii) Inventories
The value of Stock of Indian Standards and other
publications are not accounted for as a matter of policy.
However, the stock of paper, laboratory Consumables,
stationery and gold are valued at cost.
iv) Fixed Assets and Depreciation
Fixed assets are stated at cost less accumulated
depreciation charged on written down value method
derived from the rates provided for the corresponding
assets in the Income-tax Act 1961.
v) GPF Accounts
The surplus/deficit in the GPF Account of employees are
not kept in the GPF Account and the same are treated as
income/expense of the Bureau.
vi) Advances
The interest on house building/vehicle advances given to
employees is accounted for in the accounts after recovery
of principal amount.
2. NOTES ON ACCOUNTS
2.1 Pension Liability Account [Schedule O(b)] - in
respect of employees governed by Central Civil
Services Pension Rules, 1972
2.1.1 Executive Committee (EC) of BIS in its 50th meeting
held on 27.3.2002 had decided that the Annual Provision
for Pension Liability Account may be made to the extent
of actual liability on account of payment of pension and
retirement benefits of the relevant years and the remaining
surplus in Income & Expenditure Account, may be
transferred to "Pension Liability Account" in view of the
huge liability of pension in future.
2.1.2 Assessment of Liability for Pension/Retirement
Benefits : M/s Hewitt Outsourcing Services India Ltd.,
76 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
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s·.s.zeer ¬i ¬ ¬ ¤ i · ·i¸ u · ·ui ¤ ·i- u·ii ¬¤·i- ¬ ¬ ··i -
sc«zz.ee ¬i·i ·. ºti| ;¬¬ ¬|u|º·u ¬|¬· ¬-¤i|º·i ¬i ·ii·i
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- |¬· ·· |-· ·i ¤º ··i· u·ii ¤i¬¸ ··i ¬i ¬i· ¬ |-· ·i ¤º ··i·
·ii|-¬ t| ¬u ··i zeec÷e/ ¬i ¬¬ ··i· ¤i|·u·i ·. zcs·.re ¬i·i
¬i ¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu ¬iº ¬i· ··· ·iiu - |·-i ¬ ·.«.zeec ¬i ¤ ·i-
· ·ui ·iiu ¬iº ¤¸ ·i |-|·i ¬i ·i - ¬iº |·i¬ ·i ·i ¬ ¬-¬iº ¬i-¤i|u¬
-¤ ¬ |-·- ¤¬iº ·i¬i ··i t|
(·¤· ¬i·ii - )
·.«.zeec ¬ ·.«.zeec ¬i
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z cs·.re ¬i·i ·.
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was appointed for assessing the liability for pension
gratuity and commuted value of pension of BIS for its
employees. The consultant actuary submitted its final
report on 15.11.2005. The actuarial valuation report
submitted by the said firm was considered and accepted
by the Financial Committee in its 31st meeting held on
27 January 2006 and approved by Executive Committee
in its 70th meeting held on 23.3.2006. According to
Report, the total accrued liability in respect of Pension
and Gratuity amounted to Rs.36422.00 lacs as on
31.3.2005. In addition to this the actuarial value of future
service pension liability of active employees amounts to
Rs. 7298.00 lacs and the actuarial value of future service
gratuity liability amounts to Rs. 464.00 lacs for which an
annual contri buti on of 20.40 percent and
1.20 percent respectively of basic Pay and Dearness
pay shall be made every year to meet up this liability.
2.1.3 In consonance with the actuary report and decision
of Executive Committee, the following credits/debits have
been made to the Pension Liability Account as on
31.3.2007:
2.1.3.1 An amount of Rs. 535.29 lakhs towards future
service pension liability of active employees calculated @
20.4 percent of qualifying salary and Rs. 39.79 lacs towards
future service gratuity liability calculated @ 1.20 percent of
qualifying salary, totaling to Rs. 575.08 lacs has been
charged to Income and Expenditure Account under the
account head, namely 'Contribution to Pension Liability
Account' [Schedule D – Item (2)] and credited to account
head Pension Liability Account [Schedule O(b) (iv)].
2.1.3.2 It was stated in the Draft Audit Report of Principal
Director of Audit for 2005-06 that as per the accounting
standards, the interest earned during 2005-06 should
have been credited to " Pension Liability Account" rather
than shown as income of the Bureau since it pertained
to Investment against the said fund.Since the total
interest earnings includes the interest on the Investment
towards Pension Liability A/c as well as the interest on
investment of current year income, therefore, the total
interest earnings of 2006-07 which stood at Rs. 2 691.50
lacs have been apportioned between Pension Liability
A/c and Income & Expenditure A/c in the ratio of opening
balance as on 1.4.2006 in Pension Liability Account and
Capital Fund A/c as under:
(Rupees in lacs)
Opening Interest of
Balance Rs. 2 691.50
as on lacs apportioned
1.4.2006 in the ratio of
opening balance
on 1.4.2006
Pension Liability A/c 30 691.91 2 240.05
Capital Fund 6 185.57 451.45
Total 36 877.48 2 691.50
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 77
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ºi|·i s·.s.zee/ ¬i sr /es.·r ¬i·i ·. ºti (¬·iiu ¬iº |·i¬ ·i ·i
ae cs1.s1 ¬i«i +. ÷ ¬|·u ··i· z z+e.es ¬i«i +. =
sz ss·.sc ¬i·i ·. ÷ ¬i· ·· ··· ·iiu - ¤·ii|ºu ¬-i ¬ ¤|u
¬ ·i·i- a +se.e+ ¬i«i +. = sc «zz.ee ¬i·i ·. ÷ ·i|·i¬
·i ··i- r/r.es ¬i·i ·. = ac ssz.ea ¬i«i +. ÷ ·i·ui-
· zss.ss ¬i·i ·. = as zea.1s ¬i«i +.)|
z.1.a.c ¤:i¬ í¬í·i «iiu ¬ ¬«·i ¬ í¬¤¬ 1z y¤ ¬
¬í·¬u:i¬ ¬ í¬y ·ii ¬i ·¤¸ºi í¬¤¬iu¬í, 1saz ¬ ¤iu·ii¬
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Therefore the interest earnings of Rs. 2 240.05 lacs have
been credited to "Pension Liability Account" [Schedule
O(b) – Item (ii)] and the remaining interest earnings of
Rs. 451.45 lakhs appear in the Income & Expenditure
Account (Sl No. 6 of Income Group).
2.1.3.3 Contribution towards shortfall in Pension
Liability Account (Sl. No. 13 of Expenditure Group in
the Income & Expenditure A/c) : The amount equal to
the shortfall in the Pension Liability Account amounting
to Rs. 3 490.04 lakhs has been charged to Income &
Expenditure Account and credited to Pension Liability
Account [Schedule O(b) – Item (iii)]. The shortfall has
been worked out as under:
(Rs. in lacs)
Total Accrued Liability of Pension 36 422.00
& Gratuity as on 31.3.2005 as per the
Actuary Report approved by Executive
Committee in its 70th meeting held
on23.3.2006
Less: Amount available in
Pension Liability Account
i) Opening Balance 30 691.91
as on 1.4.2006
ii) Interest earned 2 240.05 32 931.96
on investments
credited to Pension
Liability Account
in 2006-07
Shortfall in Pension Liability 3 490.04
Account provided out of
Income & Expenditure
A/c of 2006-07
2.1.3.4 The total payments of pension, gratuity and
commutation during 2006-07 amounted to Rs. 1 293.92
lakh (net of receipts from deputationists Rs.1.41 lakh).
This has been debited to Pension Liability Account
[Schedule O(b) – Item (v)]
2.1.3.5 As a result of the above transactions, the balance
in the Pension Liability Account thus amounts to
Rs. 35 703.15 lacs as on 31.3.2007. (i.e. opening
balance Rs. 30 691.91 lacs + Interest earned
Rs. 2 240.05 lacs = Rs. 32 931.96 lacs + Contribution
towards shortfall charged to Income & expenditure Account
Rs. 3 490.04 lacs = Rs. 36 422.00 lacs + yearly
contribution Rs. 575.08 lacs = Rs. 36 997.08 lacs –
Payments Rs. 1 293.93 lacs = Rs. 35 703.15 lacs).
2.1.3.6 Proposal for making a Provision in BIS Rules,
1987 for insertion of Rule 17H regarding Pension
Fund Account: The proposal is under consideration of
the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution
and Ministry of Finance.
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z· ·cs.se ¬i·i ·¤· ·i-i¬º)|
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· ·ui ·iiu - |-· ·i ¬ ¬ u· u º·ii ··i t (¬¬¬¸¤í ¬iº ¬ ¬«
1.1) - ¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu ¬i ºi|·i ¬ ¬-u ~· a1.1z ¬i«i +¤y ¬i
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¤ ¸·i |-|·i - ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬ ¬i-i·· |-· ·ii ¬ ¬ « |·iu t | (¬¬¬¸¤í
¬iº ¬í ¬« 1.a)|
2.2 Contributory New Pension Scheme Fund [Schedule
O(a)–Item 2(c)] applicable to recruits from 1.1.2004
onwards: The new pension scheme of Government of
India is applicable to all recruits in BIS from 1.1.2004
(except in cases of employees who joined from Central
Government Departments) onwards as per GoI Order No.
GI.M.F. (CGA) O.M. No. 1(7)(2)/2003/TA/11 dated 7.1.2004
read with O.M. No. 1(7)(2)/2003/TA/67-74 dated 4.2.2004.
The opening balance in Contributory New Pension Scheme
Fund as on 1.4.2006 amounted to Rs.11.84 lacs. The
contribution of employees and BIS contribution during the
year amounted to Rs.19.33 lacs(net of refunds to employees
who left BIS and the interest credited). The balance in the
Contributory New Pension Scheme Fund as on 31.3.2007
thus amounted to Rs. 31.17 lakhs. The investment against
this fund amounted to Rs. 31.17 lacs (Schedule R –
Item 1.2).
2.3 Investment of Funds
2.3.1 Total Investments: BIS (Schedule R, Item 1) -
The total investments as on 31.3.2007 amounted to Rs.
37 031.18 lakhs. The net of transaction during 2006-07
is as under:
(Rs. in lacs)
Investments as
on 1.4.2006 29 234.06
Gross Additions
during 2006-07 31 379.42
Gross Maturities
during 2006-07 (–) 23 582.30
Net Additions during 2006-07 7 797.12
Investments as on 31.3.2007 37 031.18
The Gross maturities of Investments during 2006-07
includes bank fixed deposits of Rs. 21 168.30 lacs of
investments which were pre-matured as the same were
at low rate of interest as compared to higher current rate
of interest. This has resulted in gain to BIS due to
pre-maturity and reinvestment thereof at current rate.
The total maturities on original maturity dates
amounted to Rs. 2 414.00 lacs only (23 582.30 lacs less
Rs. 21 168.30 lacs) .
2.3.2 Allocation of Investment : Out of total investment
of Rs. 37 031.18 lakhs, the investments of Rs. 35 703.15
lacs have been allocated and kept under "Investment
toward Pension Liability A/c". (Equal to the amount of
Pension Liability A/c) (Item 1.1 of Schedule 'R'). The
Investment of Rs. 31.17 lacs have been allocated to
"Investment toward New Contributory Pension Scheme
Fund A/c" (Equal to the amount of Contributory New
Pension Scheme Fund) (Item 1.2 of Schedule 'R') The
balance investments of Rs. 1 296.86 lacs pertains to
General Investments of BIS towards Capital Fund. (Item
1.3 of Schedule 'R').
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 79
2.3.3 The interest accrued and due have been defaulted
in respect of investments in UPCSMFL, MPSEB and
MPSIDC. The Financial Committee (FC) in its 28th
meeting held on 2.5.2005 considered the settlement
proposals in respect of UPCSMFL, MPSEB and MPSIDC
and decided to reject their offers. FC also decided that
let the law take its own course in all such default
investments where the cases have been filed in the
Hon'ble Courts.
2.3.4 The Institution wise amount of interest default till
the date of maturity of investments are as under:
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Institution Rate of Amount of Date of Date of Date since Interest from Date
Interest Investment Investment Maturity when Interest of Default to Maturity
is Defaulted Date at Coupon Rate
·¸ ¤i ¬i ¬i¤º |-· ·º· |-¤|- ·
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U.P. Cooperative & Spinning
Mills Federation Ltd. (UPCSMFL) 16% 200.00 17.12.1998 30.4.2003 1.5.2000 128.00
(33%) (4 years 6 months)
30.10.2003 (« ··i c -it)
(33%)
30.10.2004
(34%)
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(·-.¤i.·¬.;.«i)
Madhya Pradesh State Electricity 15% 100.00 31.10.1998 1.12.2003 1.7.2001 66.25
Board (MPSEB) (1/3
rd
) (4 years 5 months)
1.12.2004
(1/3
rd
) (« ··i r -it)
1.12.2005
(1/3
rd
)
-··¤· ·i ºi·· ¬i ¬i |·¬ |·¬i¬ |-·-
(·-.¤i.·¬.¬i; .·i.¬i.)
Madhya Pradesh State Industrial
Development Corporation (MPSIDC)
·ii -i ··¸ ºi |-|·i·i BIS Funds 14.40% 300.00 2.11.1999 31.1.2005 1.11.2001 140.40
¬i-i·· ·i|··· |-|·i GPF Funds 14.40% 45.00 17 .11.1999 31.1.2005 1.11.2001 21.06
345.00 (3 years 3 months)
(s ··i s -it)
(yk[k #i;s /Rs. in lacs)
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¤ -ui· |·Ÿi ¬|-|u ,iºi ¬-·i¸u ¬º |··i ··i| -·· ¤ · ·i ºi··
¬·i·ii ·ui |-·iººi ¬i·i · - |·-i ¬ ·z.r.zeec ¬ ¬¤- ¬i· ·i - ¬ -·i;
¬i ¬·¬i |u|·i u¬ ·-¤i·¬¬i; ·i¬i ¬i ¬·ii ¬·¤|Ÿi·i u·ii ¤|º¬·¤|Ÿi·i
¬i ··u ¬º |¬·i t ui|¬ «i¬i; ·¬ ¬i · ·ui¬i ¬i ¬·i··i ¬º- ¬
|¬· ·-¤i·¬;¬i; ·i¬i ¤º ·«i· ·i¬i ·i ¬¬ | ¬« -·· ¤ · ·i ºi··
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2.3.5 The present status in above cases of default
investments is as under:
UPCSMFL :The interest from 1.5.2000 to date of maturity
as well as the principal amount of investment due on
maturity dates have not been received form UPCSMFL.
BIS has filed case before the National Consumer Disputes
Redressal Commission (NCDRC) which is pending
decision. The one time settlement proposal of UPCSMFL
to BIS received through M/s. Darashaw & Co. to accept
principal only by foregoing entire interest due was rejected
by Financial Committee. The case in NCDRC is in
progress. The next date of hearing is 11 July 2007.
MPSEB : The interest from 1.7.2001 to date of maturity
as well as the principal amount of investment due on
maturity dates have not been received from MPSEB.
BIS has filed case before the National Consumer Disputes
Redressal Commission (NCDRC). Besides MPSEB, the
Chhatisgarh Electricity Board has also been impleaded
and the case is pending decision. The proposal of MPSEB
to BIS for reduction of interest rate to 7% p.a. from date
of default to 31.3.2005 and 8% upto 30.11.2005 in place
of coupon rate was rejected by Financial Committee in
its 28th meeting held on 28.5.2005. In consonance with
orders of NCDRC, BIS approached the Cabinet Sectt.
through administrative Ministry for arbitration. However,
the Cabinet Sectt. has denied for appointing Mediation
Committee/Arbitral Tribunal stating that the MPSEB is not
a public sector undertaking of Government of India and
hence disputes pertaining to BIS and Madhya Pradesh
Electricity Board do not fall within the jurisdiction of the
committee on Disputes in Cabinet Secretariat. MPSEB
once again in its letter dated 21.3.2006 had reiterated its
earlier offer for settlement of dues which was rejected by
Financial Committee in its 32nd meeting held on 19 June
2006. FC also decided that BIS may continue to pursue
its case in National Consumer Disputes Redressal
Commission (NCDRC). The matter came before the
Hon'ble National Commission on 5.4.2007 for completion
of pleadings which have been completed and the matter
stands adjourned by the Commission for final hearing.
MPSIDC : The interest from 1.11.2001 to date of maturity
as well as the principal amount of investment due on
maturity date have not been received form MPSIDC. BIS
has filed case before the M.P. State Consumer Redressal
Commission in Bhopal which is pending decision. The
proposal of MPSIDC to BIS to accept the principal only
by foregoing the entire interest due since 1.11.2001 was
rejected by Financial Committee. The M.P. State Consumer
Redressal Commission in its order dated 12.5.2006 had
attached all the properties and assets of MPSIDC till next
date of hearing with a view to put pressure on MPSIDC
to pay the dues of BIS. The case has now been decided
by M.P. State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission
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a1.a.zeez ¬í í-ªíiu ¬ ¬¬¬iº ¬i,y¤¬í¬i, ¬ í¬u:i
·«.cr ¬ºi · ·¤· ¬ ¬¬ |-· ·i - ¬ , ·s.sr ¬ºi · ·¤· ¬ |-· ·i
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¬ ¬ ¬ ··i· ¬· -i ¬ ¤ ·i- · ·ui ·iiu u·ii ¤¸ ·i |-|·i ·iiu - ·.«.
zeec ¬i |-·i|u ¬ ¬- ¬iº ¬iº |·i¬ ¬|·i·i ·i ¬ ¬- ¤iu - ¤ ·i- · ·ui
·iiu ¬ «i¤ ¬ |··ii|·u ¬º |··i ··i t |
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·¸ ¤i¬i·¬·-·+·¬, ·-¤i; «i u·ii ·-¤i·-¬i; ·i¬i - ¤¸ ¬¬ui |-· ·ii
in favour of BIS. The Appeal filed by MPSIDC in National
Commission has been dismissed. The Caveat has been
filed by BIS in Hon'ble Supreme Court on 16 April
2007 so that there is no ex-parte decision/order
passed if MPSIDC appeals before Hon'ble Supreme
Court.
2.3.6 Investment in IFCI : Total investment with IFCI
from BIS Funds was Rs. 1 180 lacs and from G.P. Fund
Rs. 285 lacs at various rates of interest ranging from
12.10% to 14.75%. Due to its restructuring as a result
of general fall in interest rates, IFCI had been requesting
BIS to agree to reset the interest rate at 9% w.e.f.
1.4.2003 onwards and to shift the maturity for another
5 years or more. This proposal if accepted will result into
shortfall of interest by Rs. 1.34 crore to BIS and BIS
GPF on all investments till maturity. BIS did not accept
the IFCI's offer as per the decision taken in the meeting
of 20th FC held on 28.5.2003 and informed them to pay
to BIS the agreed rate of interest and maturity amount
on due dates. IFCI had paid the interest on all
investments of BIS at the reduced rate of 9%. BIS has
been requesting IFCI for payment of the difference of
the interest and also issued legal notices.
The Financial Committee in its 30th meeting held on
4.10.2005 recommended that BIS may approach the
Ministry of Finance through the Administrative Ministry for
the compensation of the shortfall in the interest due to re-
setting of the interest rate. The Department of Economic
Affairs vide letter 11/22/2005-BIS dated 13 June 2006
through Administrative Ministry informed that it may not be
possible for the Government to intervene in the matter as
IFCI is a company incorporated under Companies Act, 1956
and Government of India have no shareholding in IFCI.
In consonance with the recommendation of the legal
counsel, and with the approval of DG BIS, winding up
petition against IFCI Ltd. has been filed by BIS before the
Hon'ble High Court of Delhi vide Diary No. 5038 dated
18.4.2007.
Investment with IFCI as on 31.3.2007 : Out of the total
investment of Rs. 14.65 crores, investments of Rs. 13.85
crore have since been matured and remaining investment
of Rs. 0.80 crores will mature in June 2009.
2.3.7 Interest earned on investment : The total interest
earnings of 2006-07 stood at Rs. 2 691.50 lacs have been
apportioned between Pension Liability A/c and Income &
Expenditure A/c in the ratio of opening balance as on
1.4.2006 in Pension Liability Account and Capital Fund A/c.
As per the Accounting Policy for recognition of the
interest income, the cumulative interest accrued on default
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investments in UPCSMFL, MPEB and MPSIDC has not been
considered as income. It shall be considered as income in
the year when the interest is actually received. As regards,
the IFCI investment, the accrued interest on outstanding
investments has been taken @ 9% w.e.f. 1.4.2003. Difference
of interest between contractual rate and 9% w.e.f. 1.4.2003
on matured as well as current investments, if received, shall
be credited to income in the year of actual receipt. The
maturity proceeds of investment has not been received in
case of UPCSMFL, MPEB and MPSIDC.
2.4 Financial Assistance from Consumer Welfare
Fund of Government for the Infrastructure Facilities
for the Training Institute Building at Noida [Schedule
O(a) – Item 1.2(a)]
2.4.1 Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of
India vide letter No. 011011/34/2003-CWF dated 20.1.2003
had sanctioned and sent to BIS an assistance of
Rs.150.00 lacs in financial year 2002-03 for the
Infrastructure Facilities in the Training Institute Building
at Noida and for training programmes on consumer
protection for the Administrative Ministry. The amount
spent upto year 2005-06 amounted to Rs. 149.17 lacs.
The unspent balance of the assistance as on 31.3.2006
amounted to Rs. 0.83 lac which was carried over to 2006-
07. The Administrative Ministry vide its letter No. 2(9)/
2003-CPU dated 2.11.2004 had sanctioned utilization of
unspent amount for the payment of TA/DA to the
Committee members of working groups on Consumer
Protection. A sum of Rs. 0.34 lac was paid as TA/DA
during the year 2006-07 and charged to Consumer
Welfare Fund Assistance Account.
2.4.2 An advance of Rs. 50.00 lacs was paid to M/s. NBCC
Ltd. during 2003-04 for furnishing of TI Building/Hostel
Rooms out of Consumer Welfare Fund Assistance Account.
Out of this Rs. 44.91 lacs was adjusted, capitalized and
charged to Consumer Welfare Fund Assistance Account
upto 2005-06. Advances of Rs. 1.77 lacs were adjusted
during 2006-07. The advances pending as on 31.3.2007
thus amounts to Rs. 3.32 lacs (that is Rs. 50.00 lacs minus
Rs. 44.91 lacs minus 1.77 lacs).
2.4.3 The interest earned on short-term deposit of the
unspent fund and interest credited by bank in the Saving
Bank Account of this fund totalling to Rs. 0.38 lac during
2006-07 has been credited to Consumer Welfare Fund
Account itself. The net unspent balance in Consumer
Welfare Fund Account as on 31.3.2007 after taking into
account the advances of Rs. 3.32 lacs amounts to
Rs. 0.87 lac [i.e. Rs. 4.19 lacs as per Schedule O(a)
– Item 1.2(a) less Rs. 3.32 lacs of advances yet to be
adjusted [Schedule S – Item 3(c)(iv)]. The utilization
statement for the year 2006-07 shall be sent to the
Administrative Ministry after the Audit. The year-wise
utilization statement is as under:
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 83
2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07
1. ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬~·iºi |-|·i ¬ti·ui ·iiu - ¬iº |·i¬ ¬|·i·i ·i 0 150.00 42.21 40.60 0.83
Opening Balance in C.W.F. Assistance Account
2. - ~i¬· ¬ ¤i·u ¬ti·ui 150.00 0 0 0 0
Assistance received from Ministry
3. ¬ti·ui ·iiu - ·-i |¬·i ··i ¬|·u ··i· 0 4.95 0.38 1.36 0.38
Interest earned credited to Assistance Account
4. ¤i¬ (1+2+3) 150.00 154.95 42.59 41.96 1.21
Total (1+2+3)
5. ¤· ·u ¬ti·ui Assistance Utilized
5.1 ¤¸ ·i Capital 0 62.74 42.41 5.03 1.77
5.2 ºi·-· Revenue
r.z.· ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬ º·iºi ¬ « ·ii ¬i·¬iºi ·¬i 0 0 1.99 2.44 0.34
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TA/DA to Working Groups
on Consumer Protection
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¤º s·./.zeer u¬ ¤|·i·iºi ¬i·¬-
Training Programme upto
31.7.2005 on Consumer
Protection for the Administrative Ministry
5.3. ·-«i¬i¬i ¬i ¬|·- ºi|·i·i 0 50.00 (42.41) (2.50) (1.77)
Advances to NBCC ¼vfxz eks a dk ¼vfxz eks a dk ¼vfxz eks a dk
lek;ks tu½ lek;ks tu½ lek;ks tu½
Adjustment Adjustment Adjustment
of Advances of Advances of Advances
n¤«u ¬¬ ¬zi¤ui (5.1+5.2+5.3) 0 112.74 1.99 41.13 0.34
Total Assistance Utilized (5.1+5.2+5.3)
6. ··i ¬ ¬ u - ¬¤·ii ·ui ¬~·iºi |-|·i ¬ti·ui ·iiu
- ¬··|·u ¬|·i·i ·i (4-5) 150.00 42.21 40.60 0.83 0.87
Unspent balance in C.W.F. Assistance
Account at the end of the year (4-5)
(#- yk[kks a esa /Rs. in lacs)
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2.5 Scheme for setting up of Gold Hallmarking/
Assaying Centres in India with Central Assistance:
This scheme is being operated by BIS on behalf of the,
Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution,
Department of Consumer Affairs, Govt. of India. The
Department of Consumer Affairs vide its letter No. 8/2/
2004-BIS dated 30.9.2005 had conveyed the sanction to
the Scheme for setting up of Gold Hallmarking/Assaying
Centres in India with central assistance and also released
Rs. 50 lacs to BIS to commence the scheme during
2005-06. Out of this, Rs. 6.46 lacs was spent during
2005-06. The closing balance of Rs. 43.54 lacs as on
84 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07
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31.3.2006 was carried over to 2006-07. During the year
2006-07, Rs. 20.72 lacs was spent and interest of
Rs. 1.36 lacs given by Syndicate Bank in the Saving
Account of this fund was credited to Gold Hallmarking
Assitance Fund Account itself. Therefore, the unspent
balance as on 31.3.2007 amounts to Rs. 24.18 lacs
(Rs. 43.54 lacs Add Rs. 1.36 lacs less Rs. 20.72 lacs
= Rs. 24.18 lacs) [Schedule O(a) – Item 1.2(b)].
2.6 Grant from Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy
Sources : The Government of India, Ministry of Non-
Conventional Energy Sources vide its letter No. 7/6/
2005-ST dated 31.3.2006 had sanctioned a grant of
Rs. 16.50 lakhs for setting up of test facility for Solar Flat
Plate Collectors at two laboratories of BIS that is
Bangalore and Mohali. The grant was received vide
cheque dated 31.3.2006 with letter No. GIA/14/05-06/
05.00.31/Cash dated 7.4.2006. During the year 2006-
07, Bangalore Branch Office had spent Rs. 1.96 lacs.
The unspent balance of grant as on 31.3.2007 amounts
to Rs. 14.54 lacs which has been carried over to
2007-08 [Schedule O(a) – Item 1.1(c)].
2.7 Payments to Small Causes Court, Mumbai
regarding the rent case of vacated BIS Sales Office
in Mumbai: BIS was having its Sales Office in a rented
building at Novelty Cinema Building, Grant Road, Mumbai-
400007 which was owned by M/s. Goodwill Theatres
Private Ltd. BIS had vacated the premises in April 2004.
A case No. 60/82 of 2000 was filed by Goodwill Theatres
Private Ltd. and the Small Causes Court Mumbai passed
a judgment with decree on 9.9.05 and fixed mense profit
to be paid by BIS at the rate of Rs. 205 per sq, feet per
month for the area of 3255 sq. ft. from 1.6.2000 to
30.4.2004 with interest @ 6% p.a. on the amount of
mense profit from the date of application i.e. from
27.2.2002 till payment of entire amount of mense profit.
As per the decree passed, a total sum of Rs. 3,66,60,598
was directed to be paid. On the stay appeal filed by BIS,
the Hon'ble Court came to the conclusion of that as per
Order 41 Rule 5 of CPC, the stay would be granted on
condition that the appellant would deposit the entire
decreetal in the court. For the plea decreetal amount,
appellant could be directed to give bank guarantee for
the same and as appellant is a Government Organization
under the special statute and thereby the amount under
decree is always secured. However, the Hon''ble Court
was pleased to grant stay on the judgement and order
dated 9.9.05 by issuing a direction to deposit 50% of
decreetal amount in the Court by Demand Draft and a
bank guarantee be given for the balance 50% of amount.
Accordingly, the following transactions having financial
implications were made:
a) A Bank Guarantee No. 01/6 of Rs. 1,83,00,000
dated 7.1.2006 for the period 9.1.2006 to 8.1.2007
in favour of Registrar Small Causes Court was
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 85
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obtained from Canara Bank, MIDC Andheri East against
BIS Fixed Deposit Receipt No. 01/005662 dated 31.7.02
of Rs. 2,25,00,000 (maturing on 31.7.07) with Canara
Bank, DDU Marg, by making a lien on said FDR.
b) 20 Demand Drafts bearing No. 842032 to 842051
for Rs. 9,00,000 each and one DD bearing No.
842052 for Rs. 3,60,598 dated 7.1.2006 totalling
Rs. 1,83,60,598 in favour of Registrar, Small Causes
Court, Mumbai were deposited with the Court on
9.1.2006. This payment of Rs.1,83,60,598 has been
kept under Current Asset Loan & Advances
[Schedule 'S' – Item 3(c)(v)].
An appeal No. 3/2006 was filed by BIS before Double
Bench of Small Causes Court, Mumbai, challenging the
judgement dated 09.09.2005 passed by Single Judge. A
final decision/judgement has been passed by the Hon'ble
Appellate Court of Small Causes, Mumbai vide which
Appeal has been partly allowed and revision of mense
profit @ 5,17,500 per month with 6% interest p.a. instead
of Rs.6,67,272 per month as ordered earlier by the Trial
Court, thereby the relief of approximately Rs. 80 Lacs
have been granted. Since, the order passed by the
Appellate Court is not as per the expectations of BIS, an
application for Stay for release of deposited money which
Respondent may likely to withdraw has been filed through
BIS Advocate and a writ Petition No. 7380/06 has been
filed on 8.11.2006 before the Hon'ble High Court of
Judicature at Mumbai. The next date of hearing in this
matter will be fixed after vacation of Court.
In case BIS wins the subject case, the amount received
back will be adjusted else the amount paid will be
required to be charged to Expenses for which provision
shall be made in the Budget.
A Complaint No. 287 of 2005 has also been filed in Bar
Council of Maharashtra & Goa at Mumbai against
Advocate Kalpana R. Trivedi who was BIS Advocate on
the above case for mishandling the case etc. The award
of decision is awaited from Bar Council after last hearing
on 23.3.2007
2.8 Deficit in Provident Fund Accounts There was a
deficit of Rs. 35.92 lacs in Provident Fund Accounts during
2006-07 due to difference between the total amount of
interest credited to subscribers accounts which was @ 8%
and the total interest earned on investment of the Fund. This
has been treated as expense of BIS as per the Accounting
Policy and charged to Income and Expenditure Account
under the account head, "Contribution to Provident Fund
Account" (Schedule D – Item 1).
2.9 Adjustable advances for Integrated
Computerization Project [Schedule S – Item 3(c) (i)]
to NIC and BSNL:
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Out of Rs. 9.14 lakhs the related equipments of Rs.3.17
lacs were actually installed during 2005-06 but advances
have been adjusted during 2006-07 on receipt of
installation report. Therefore, the depreciation has been
charged for 2005-06 and 2006-07 in the accounts of
2006-07 on this amount. The remaining outstanding
advances of Rs. 78.01 lacs shall be adjusted after receipt
of certificate of satisfactorily installation report of computers
and related equipments.
2.10 Training Institute Building at Noida (Schedule Q
– Item 18) : The pending advance of Rs. 0.09 lacs with
NBCC from BIS funds was adjusted during 2006-07.
The cumulative expenditure upto 2006-07 on Training
Institute Building amounted to Rs. 1 111.65 lacs out of
which Rs.803.57 lacs has been spent out of the Plan
Grants received from the Government and the balance
of Rs. 308.08 lacs from BIS own Fund.
2.11 Building at Jaipur (Schedule Q – Item 21) : BIS
has constructed its own building in Jaipur at Prithvi Raj
Road, C Scheme on land given by Jaipur Development
Authority. The Building has been constructed by National
Building Construction Corporation Limited (NBCC) (a
Government undertaking) on payment of consultancy
charges and was occupied during 2006-07. The total cost
of the Jaipur building amounts to Rs. 462.09 lacs as
on 31.3.2007 with break-up as under:
Rs. in Lacs
(a) Land Cost including stamp duty 154.86
(b) Construction cost including furnishing
and misc. expenses 289.80
(c) Project Management Consultancy
and drawing charges to NBCC 17.43
Total 462.09
2.12 New Central AC Plant for Manak Bhawan Building :
The project of Installation of New Central AC Plant for
Manak Bhawan at HQ was initiated in the year 2003-04.
National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) was
appointed as Project Management Consultant (PMC) for
the project. The cost of the project approved was Rs. 2.68
crores. The project work was awarded to M/s. Arief Engineers
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2002-03 to 2005-06 upto 2005-06 during 2006-07 as on 31.03.07
·-¬i;¬i NIC 822.16 735.01 9.14 78.01
«i·¬·-·¬ BSNL 31.36 31.36 — —
(yk[k #i, / Rs. in Lacs)
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 87
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Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi by NBCC at a total cost of Rs. 2.55
crores in September 2004. The work was started in March
2005 and was discontinued at number of times due to one
or other reasons. The project is at standstill condition since
June 2006.
Out of the total advance payment of Rs. 80 lakhs to
NBCC for the project, a sum of Rs. 31.60 lacs has been
adjusted and the balance outstanding advance as on
31.3.2007 with NBCC amounts to Rs. 48.40 lacs. The
amount adjusted has been shown as Capital work in
progress in the Schedule of Fixed Assets (Schedule Q
– Item 24). As the project is in standstill condition since
June 2006, therefore it has been decided by the Competent
Authority that no payment shall be released to NBCC
against other projects namely Construction of JBO Building
and NITS Noida. Accordingly, all due payments have
been withheld till settlement of AC Plant issues.
2.13 Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building Project:
The project of Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building
was initially approved by the Executive Committee in its
meeting held on 29 March 2004 with the project cost of
Rs. 408 lacs and an amount of Rs. 168828 was paid
to National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) in
the year 2004-05 for preparation of preliminary sketches,
drawings and estimates. The amount paid has been
shown as Capital work in progress in the Schedule of
Fixed Assets (Schedule Q – Item 26).
Later on the scope of Project of Modernization of Manak
Bhawan Building was restricted to cover work, namely
providing and fixing, false ceiling, replacement of internal
electrical wiring, fire alarm system and painting work
with the revised project cost of Rs. 0.83 crore as
approved in Executive Committee at its meeting held
on 3 May 2005.
The work of Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building
Project with the revised scope as above is linked up with
project work of "Installation of New AC Plant of Manak
Bhawan" . As the Project of Installation of New AC Plant
of Manak Bhawan is in standstill condition since June
2006, therefore the work of Modernization of Manak
Bhawan Building Project also could not be initiated.
2.14 Capital Expenditure out of BIS Funds : The
capital expenditure out of BIS Funds including adjustment
of advances during 2006-07 amounted to Rs. 217.87
lacs (Schedule Q) (that is Rs. 232.55 lacs of total
addition as per Schedule Q LESS Rs. 15.06 lacs towards
assets capitalized from Government Grants/assistance
at Sl. 9, 25 and 28 of Schedule Q). The details of addition
of Rs. 217.87 lacs are as under:
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2.15 Miscellaneous Income (Schedule B – Item 2) :
The detail of Miscellaneous Income of Rs.175.01 lac
during the year 2006-07 is as under:
(Rs. in lacs)
i) Library Membership Fee 29.66
ii) Interest from Conveyance Loan 12.69
iii) Interest from House Building Loans 10.65
iv) Recruitment Receipts 6.79
v) CGHS Contribution 5.75
vi) Standards India Subscription 3.95
vii) Licence Fee from Staff Quarters 3.27
viii) Other Miscellaneous Receipts HQ 16.13
ix) Misc. Income at ROs/BOs 39.58
x) Commercial Testing Fees & Misc.
Receipts in Labs 46.54
TOTAL 175.01
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¤·i ··ii¬i ¬¤¬ººi ÷ ·ii -i ··¸ ºi |-|·i·i
Laboratory Equipments-BIS Funds 79.24 33.07
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Furniture & Fixtures, Office Equipments & Computers 58.76 81.02
·i·i ¬ ··i· · ¬i ¬ · ~ -i-¬ ·i·- (¤¸ ·i·u ··~·¸ ¬i;¤i)
New Central AC Plant Manak Bhawan (Cap. WIP) 47.00 31.19
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Library Books 12.02 28.28
·¬i¸u ¬···¸ -ºi¬ººi ¤|º·i ·-i ÷ ·- ¬i; ¬i (¬|·-i ¬i ¬-i·i ·-) ¬ ¬ u·u ¬···¸ -º
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Computer & Associated Equipments under Integrated Computerization
Project-NIC (adjustment of advances) 11.46 244.93
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Construction of Jaipur Building 5.94 201.21
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Vehicles 3.33 10.15
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Building – Training Institute Noida 0.12 0.61
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Addition to existing Building – Mumbai Office – 1.00
·i·- ÷II÷ ¬i ¬¬ui (¬|·-i ¬i ¬-i·i ·-)
Building-II – Kolkatta(adjustment of advances) – 9.16
;ksx TOTAL 217.87 640.62
(#- yk[kks a es a /Rs. in lacs)
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 89
2.16 Benevolent Fund [Schedule O(a) – Item 2 (a)] :The
Benevolent Fund as on 31.3.2006 shows a debit balance
of Rs. 8.30 lakh which is due to the temporary transfer of
amount to the Benevolent Fund from BIS Account. As on
31.3.2007, the Benevolent Fund owes Rs. 8.63 lakh to BIS
which has been included under Accounts Recoverable
(others) [Schedule S – Item (3)(d)(iii)].
2.17 The Accounts Recoverable (Others) under
Schedule 'S' – 'Current Assets, Loans & Advances'
[Item 3(d)(iii)] includes Rs. 5,17,450 misappropriated by
Late Shri D.K. Chadha, UDC, in Kanpur Branch Office.
Bureau has withheld the payment of death gratuity and
leave encashment. The disciplinary proceedings initiated
against Shri S.S. Tripathi, Section Officer, Kanpur Branch
Office are under progress.
2.18 Accounts Recoverable(Employees) under
Schedule 'S' [Item 3(d)(i)] includes Rs. 12,000 towards
forgery/embezzlement allegedly committed by Shri Mohan
Singh, UDC who is under suspension. A FIR was
registered and the case is under scrutiny in the prosecution
branch of Delhi Police which will thereafter be filed in
the Court by Delhi Police. The departmental disciplinary
enquiry is being undertaken against Shri Mohan Singh
by Deputy Director General (Central Region), the
disciplinary authority in this case.
2.19 UNDP Assistance (Schedule T – Item 6) : BIS had
received financial assistance from UNDP for formation of
Indian standards on Halen Alternatives. The opening
balance as on 1.4.2006 under the UNDP Assistance
Account amounted to Rs. 3,67,045.00. The expenditure
during 2006-07 amounted to Rs.1,56,493.00 leaving an
unspent balance of Rs. 2,10,552.00.
2.20 Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts: No provision
is made for Bad and Doubtful Debts. The Bad Debts are
charged to Income & Expenditure Account after the same
are written off by the competent authority. During 2006-
07 bad debts of Rs. 60,944.00 were written off and have
been shown at Schedule M – Item 9.
2.21 Certification Debtors due to non-implementation
of EC's decision to revise the rates of Application,
Renewal Fee and Annual Licence Fee [Schedule S –
Item 2(c)] : The total recoverables amounted to
Rs. 242.13 lacs out of which Rs. 197.51 lacs have been
recovered. The remaining amount recoverable as on
31.3.2007 amounted to Rs. 44.62 lacs which is to be
considered by EC for writing off.
2.22 Income-tax Exemption : BIS was notified under
Section 10(23C)(iv) of the Income-tax Act 1961, vide
Notification No. 85/2006 dated 28 March 2006 for the
Assessment Years 2004-05 to 2006-07 and its income is
exempted of Income-tax. BIS has applied to the Income
Tax Department for similar exemption for the assessment
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¬ ·i - ¤·ii|ºu ¬º |··i ·iui t| ··i zeec÷e/ ¬ ·iºi-, ce,s««.ee
·¤· ¬ ¬·ii ·· ~ºi «, ·iiu ·i¬ ·· ·i u·ii ¬·t vuqlwph ,e &
en 9 - ··ii·i ··i t|
2-21 vkosnu i=] uohdj.k 'kqYd rFkk okf"kZd ykblsal 'kqYd
dh njksa esa la'kks/ku djus ds bZlh ds fu.kZ; dks fØ;kfUor u
djus ds dkj.k izek.ku dtZnkj [vuqlwph ,e & en 2¼x½] % ¬ ¬
·¬¸ ¬i ·i ·· ºi|·i z«z.·s ¬i·i ·¤· «-ui t |·¬- ¬ ·s/.r· ¬i·i
·¤· ¬i ºi|·i ·¬¸ ¬ ¬i ·i ¤¬i t| s·.s.zee/ ¬i |-·i|u ¬ ¬-¬iº
·¬¸ ¬i ·i ·· ·i ·i ºi|·i ««.cz ¬i·i ·¤· «-ui t |·¬ «, ·iiu ·i¬-
¬ |¬· ¬i·¬i|ººii ¬|-|u ,iºi |·¤iº |¬·i ·i-i t|
2-22 vk;dj NwV % ·ii -i ··¸ ºi ¬i |-·iiººi ··ii zee«÷er ¬ zeec÷e/
¬ |¬· ¬|·i¬¸ ¤-i ¬ . sr,zeec |·-i ¬ zs -i¤, zeec ¬ utu ¬i·¬º
¬|·i|-·- ·sc· ¬i ·iiºi ·e (zs·) (iv) ¬ ¬ u·u ¬|·i¬¸ |¤u |¬·i
··i ·ii u·ii ;¬¬i ¬i· ¬i·¬º ¬ s¸ - ¤i·u t| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬i·¬º
|··ii· ¬ |-·iiººi ··i zee/÷es ¬ zees÷·e ¬ |¬· ¬-i- ¤¬iº ¬i
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year 2007-08 to 2009-10 which is under consideration.
BIS has also requested to Central Board of Direct Taxes
(CBDT), Ministry of Finance through its administrative
ministry for a permanent tax exemption. Decision is
awaited.
2.23 Surplus in Income & Expenditure Account : The
surplus of Rs. 2860.04 lacs in the Income & Expenditure
Account has been carried to Capital Fund (Schedule N
– Item v).
2.24 The previous year figures have been re-grouped
wherever found necessary to make them comparable
with current year figures.
s¸ - ¬ |¬· ¬i· ·- |¬·i t ·i |·¤iºi·ii- t| ·ii -i ··¸ ºi - ¬ ··i·
¤-··i ¬º «i · (¬i«i·i-i), |·Ÿi - ~i¬· ¬ ·ii ¬¤- ¤·ii¬|-¬ - ~i¬·
¬ -i··- ¬ ·¬ -·ii·i ¬º s¸- ¬ |¬· ¬-ºi·i |¬·i t| |-ºi·
¤ui|·iu t|
2-23 vk; ,oa O;; ys[ks esa vfr'ks"k jkf'k % ¬i· ·· ··· ¬ ·i -
zsce.e« ¬i·i ·¤· ¬i ¬|u·i ·i ºi|·i ¬i ¤¸ ·i |-|·i - ¬· -iu ¬º
|··i ··i t (vuqlwph ,u – en v)|
2-24 |··u ··i ¬ ¬i ¬· i ¬i , ·ti ·ii ¬i···¬ ¬-=i ··i, ¤-
¬-¸ t«¸ |¬·i ··i t ui|¬ ¬·t ·u-i- ··i ¬ ¬i ¬· i ¬ ¬i·i u¬-i·
«-i·i ·i ¬¬ |
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ifjf'k"V-II
APPENDIX-II
31-3-2007 ds vuqlkj fuos'k ds fooj.k
DETAILS OF INVESTMENT AS ON 31.3.2007
¼#i;s yk[kksa esa / Rupees in Lacs )
1- Hkk ek C;wjks èkujkf'k;ksa ds fuos'k
INVESTMENT OF BIS FUNDS
1-1 cSadksa dks NksM+dj lkoZtfud {ks= ds miØeksa vkSj foÙkh;
laLFkkvksa esa ckaMksa rFkk tek jkf'k;ksa esa fuos'k
Investment with PSUs & Financial Institutions
Other than Banks in Bonds & Deposits
Ø- la- laLFkk dk uke Ykkxr ij fuos'k fuos'k dk fufnZ"VkRed
cktkj ewY;*
Sl No. Name of Institution Investment at Cost Indicative Market
Value of Investment*
i) ri¤|¬ n ¬º«+ · ·¬¤- - ¬i¤i º ºi+ (r·¬i )
Housing Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO) 52.93 52.93
ii) ¬i;·i«i¬i; « ¬
IDBI Bank 100.00 102.03
iii) ; ·|--¤¬ ¤i¤·i ¬ ¬i¤i º ºi+ ¬i¤ ;|º·¤i |¬. (¬i;·¤¬i¬i;) (ns[ksa |--¤ºii z.sc)
Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd. (IFCI) (see Note 2.36) 80.00 80.00
iv) -·¤ ¤· ºi ºi·¤ |«¬¬i «i · (ns[kas |--¤ºii z.s.r)
Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board (see Note 2.3.5) 100.00 100.00
v) -·¤ ¤· ºi ºi·¤ ¬ini |n¬ |·¬i¬ |+n- |¬. (·-¤i·¬¬i;·i¬i) (ns[kas |--¤ºii z.s.r)
M.P. State Indl. Dev. Corpn. (MPSIDC) (see Note 2.3.5) 300.00 300.00
vi) ¤.¤. ¬i-¬i ¤. ¬ni; |-¬ ¤ ·º ºi+ |¬. (¤¸ ¤i¬i·¬·-·¤·¬) (ns[kas |--¤ºii z.s.r)
U.P. Co-op. Spg. Mills Fed. Ltd. (UPCSMFL) (see Note 2.3.5) 200.00 200.00
vii) ¤¸ -i¬i; (¬º -·n «i ·)
UTI (Tax Free Bond) 10.55 10.29
;ksx
TOTAL 843.48 845.25
1-2 cSadksa esa lkof/k tekjkf'k;k¡
Investment with Banks in Fixed Deposits 36187.70 36187.70
;ksx TOTAL (1) 37031.18 37032.95
dqy fuos'k vkcafVr
Total Investment Allocated Towards
¬) ¤ ºi+ · ¤ni ªiini
a) Pension Liability Account 35703.15
ªi) ¬ ºi·i¤i +; ¤ ºi+ ¤i ¬+i
b) Contributory New Pension Scheme 31.17
n) ¬i-i·¤ |+· ºi ¤¸ ¬i ¬i ·i
c) General Investment – Capital Fund 1296.86
¤in (·) TOTAL (1) 37031.18
2 deZpkjh dks"k ds fuos'k
INVESTMENT OF EMPLOYEES FUNDS
2-1 lkekU; Hkfo"; dks"k
General Provident Fund
i) |·ºi ·i ¬-i - |+· ºi (¬iº«i¬i; )
Investment in Special Deposit (RBI) 3127.09 3127.09
ii) ·iiºn ¬º¬iº - ¤|n·i¸ |n¤i
Government of India Securities 1039.28 965.50
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iii) ºi·¤ ¬º¬iº - ¤|n·i¸ |n¤i
State Government Securities 804.34 754.29
iv) « ¬i ¬i ¬i · ¬º ¬i·¬|+¬ ·i ¤ ¬ ¤¤¬-i ¬iº |··ii¤
¬-·ii¬i - «i·i n·ii ¬-iºi|ºi¤i - |+·ºi
Investment with PSUs & Financial Institutions other than
Banks in Bonds & Deposits
¬) ¬i;·i«i¬i;
a) IDBI 520.09 467.60
ªi) -·¤ ¤· ºi ºi·¤ ¬ini |n¬ |·¬i¬ |+n-
(·-¤i·¬¬i;·i¬i) (ns[kas |--¤ºii z.s.r)
b) M.P. State Indl. Devp. Corp. (MPSIDC) (see Note 2.3.5) 45.00 45.00
n) ¤i·º ¤i;+¬ ¬iº¤iººi+ |¬.
c) Power Finance Corporation Ltd. 79.34 70.67
·i) r·¬i
d) HUDCO 115.28 107.14
v) ¬i·¬|+¬ ·i ¤ ¬ « ¬ «i ·
Public Sector Bank Bonds 697.44 598.69
vi) « ¬i - ¬i·|·i ¬-i
Fixed Deposits with Banks 90.00 90.00
;ksx TOTAL (2) 6517.86 6225.98
3 fuos'k & vU;
INVESTMENT – OTHERS
s.· ·«i¬i ·i·+ ¤|º¤i ¬+i|¬ |·¬ - « ¬
ABO Building Project–Syndicate Bank 13.00 13.00
s.z ¤i ¬+i ¤|º¤i ¬+i· ¬ +ºi « ¬ ¬·¤i·|·i
Plan Projects–Canara Bank Short-term 4.47 4.47
;ksx TOTAL (3) 17.47 17.47
egk ;ksx GRAND TOTAL (1+2+3) 43566.51 43276.40
fVIi.kh *|+· ºii ¬i «i¬ iº -¸ ·¤ ·ii -i ·¤¸ ºi ¬ |+|·i ¤« ·i¬ -¬¬ ¬i;·i«i¬i; ¬|¤-¬ -i¬ - ¬|·¬ ¬ |¬., --«; ¬ ¤¤ ¬ . ¬i;¬i,«i¬i;·¬,·¤·i
|·+i ¬ ·r.r.zee/ ,iºi ¤¤¬··i ¬ºi¤i n¤i r| ¬i;·i«i¬i; ¬|¤-¬ -i¬ - ¬|·¬ ¬ |¬. ,iºi «ni¤i n¤i r |¬ «i¬ iº ¬i ¤º-¤ºi¬i ¬ ¬+¬iº,
¤|n·i¸ |n¤i ¬i -¸ ·¤ «i¬iº -¸ ·¤ ¤º |¬¤i n¤i ¬ri «i¬iº -¸ ·¤ ¤¤¬··i ·i ¬·i·i ¤|· «i¬ iº -¸ ·¤ ¤¤¬··i +ri r ·ri ¬ |¬n,¬¤ -¸ ·¤ ¤º |¬¤i n¤i|
¬i;·¤¬i¬i;, ·-¤i;«i, ·-¤i·¬¬i;·i¬i, r·¬i ¬iº ¤¸ ¤i¬i·-·¤·¬ ¬ ¬ ··i - «i¬iº -¸ ·¤ ¤¤¬··i +ri ·i | ·¤iº |+-+i+¬iº r
¬-·¤¤ ¤,n |+· ºi = 3366.32 ¬iªi ª¤· («i¬iº -¸ ·¤ 3076.21 ¬iªi ª¤·)
¬-·¤¤ ¬+,n |+· ºi (¬i·|·i ¬-i ¬|rn) = 40200.19 ¬iªi ª¤·
¬¬ |+· ºi = 43566.51 ¬iªi ª¤·
Note: * Market Value of investments have been made available by BIS Fund Manager M/s. IDBI Capital Market Services Ltd., Mumbai vide their
letter No. IC/BIS/FD dated 15.5.2007. According to IDBI capital the securities have been valued at market price where market quotes were
available or at face value/purchase price if the market quotes are not available. The market quotes were not available in respect of IFCI,
MPEB, MPSIDC, HUDCO and UPCSMFL.
The break-up is as follows:
The aggregate quoted investment = Rs. 3366.32 lacs (Market value Rs.3076.21 lacs).
The aggregate unquoted investment = Rs. 40200.19 lacs
(including fixed depsoits)
Total Investment = Rs. 43566.51 lacs
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OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL DIRECTOR OF AUDIT ECONOMIC & SERVICE MINISTRIES,
A.G.C.R. BUILDING, I.P. ESTATE, NEW DELHI-110002
AUDIT CERTIFICATE
I have audited the attached Balance Sheet of Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi as at 31 March 2007 and the Income and Expenditure
Account for the year ended on that date. These financial statements include the accounts of 20 branch offices, 4 regional offices and a
Central Laboratory. Preparation of these financial statements is the responsibility of the BIS management. My responsibility is to express an
opinion on these financial statements based on my audit.
I have conducted my audit in accordance with applicable rules and the auditing standards generally accepted in India. These standards
require that I plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material
misstatements. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements.
I believe that my audit provides a reasonable basis for my opinion.
Based on our audit, I report that:
1. I have obtained all the information and explanations which to the best of our knowledge and belief were necessary for the purposes of our
audit.
2. Subject to the observations in the Audit Report annexed herewith, I report that the Balance Sheet and the Income and Expenditure
Account dealt with by this report are properly drawn up and are in agreement with the books of accounts.
3. In my opinion and to the best of my information and according to the explanations given to me:
(i) The accounts give the information required under the earlier prescribed format of accounts;
(ii) The said Balance Sheet, Income and Expenditure Account read together with the Accounting Policies and Notes thereon, and other
matters mentioned in the Audit Report annexed herewith, give a true and fair view.
(a) In so far as it relates to the Balance Sheet of the State of affairs of the BIS as at 31 March 2007; and
(b) In so far as it relates to the Income and Expenditure Account of the surplus for the year ended on that date.
Sd/-
Place : New Delhi (K.R. SRIRAM)
Date : 16 November 2007 Principal Director of Audit
Economic & Service Ministries
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AUDIT REPORT ON THE ACCOUNTS OF BUREAU OF
INDIAN STANDARDS FOR THE YEAR 2006-07
1. INTRODUCTION
The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) was established as
a statutory body with effect from 1 st April,1987 with the
enactment of Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986. It took
over all activities, viz. product certification on quality
assurance, consultancy services, testing etc, of the
erstwhile Indian Standards Institution. The Bureau has
twenty branch offices, four regional offices and one Central
Laboratory at Sahibabad (U.P).
The activities of the Bureau are financed from receipt of fees
from Certification Mark, Licence Fees, Sale of publications
and grant from Central Government. During 2006-07, no
grant was received from the Central Government.
The audit of the accounts of the Bureau was conducted
under Section 19(2) of Comptroller and Auditor General's
(Duties, Powers and Conditions of Service) Act, 1971 read
with Section 22(2) of Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986.
2. COMMENTS ON ACCOUNTS
2.1 Balance Sheet
2.2 Liabilities
2.2.1 Non-provision of Liabilities – Rs. 5.15 lacs
Bills of testing fees to the extent of Rs. 5.15 lakh were
pending at BIS Branch office BPLBO, Bhopal for payment
in respect of BPLBO, but provision for the liabilities for the
year was not provided in the accounts. This has resulted
in under statement of expenditure and current liabilities to
that extent.
2.3 Assets
2.3.1 Sundry Debtors (Certification) – Rs. 67.17 lacs
In BPLBO, Bhopal branch, Sundry debtors on account of
certification fee to the extent of Rs. 0.85 lakh pertaining to
the period 1991-1995 (Rs. 0.74 lakh), 1997-1999 (Rs. 0.11
lakh) considered good for recovery and those considered
doubtful should be shown separately, but the same were
not so shown.
3. GENERAL
3.1 The BIS did not prepare annual accounts in Uniform
Format of Accounts prescribed by Ministry of Finance.
3.2 Physical Verification of Fixed Assets
Physical verification of Fixed Assets and consumable
goods and materials has not been conducted in ERO
Kolkata during the year, in the absence of which
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3.3 Customer Balance (Certification) Rs. 81.23 lacs
This includes unclaimed deposits of Rs. 1.61 lakh at
BPLBO, Bhopal since 2000-01 to 2003-04 the unclaimed
amount for over 3 years needs adjustment in the account
by treating miscellaneous income.
3.4 A Management letter containing other deficiencies
which could not be included in this report has been issued
to the management separately for corrective/remedial
action.
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(K.R. SRIRAM)
Place : New Delhi Principal Director of Audit
Date : 16 November 2007 Economic & Service Ministries
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¤rifa<zi+ Director General ¬in-i ~n+i l=ªiti Smt. Alka Sirohi
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¬s· ¤rifa<zi+ Additional Director General ¬i ¤zi¤in l=t Shri Yash Pal Singh
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ky.k¡ a Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) came into existence. ds lkFk dksydrk ¼iwohZ½] psUubZ ¼nf{k.ksZa dks ysrs gq.k¡ Hkk ek C.k [k½ izek.kZy.k jkT.¡ ?k½ Hkkjrh.oa vuql/kku a laLFkkuks]a miHkksDrk laxBuksa vkSj O. Rajkot. dkWiksZjV gSA s Hkk ek C. izdk'kuksa dh fcØh a M-½ varjkZ"Vªh. ekudksa ds fu/kkZj.wjks iwoZ Hkkjrh. dk.d usVodZ lfgr {ks= dh jkT.k¡ x½ iz. ekud C.u esa xq.lvkbZ½ ds deZpkfj. Hyderabad. Lucknow.k¡ LFkwy :i ls fuEufyf[kr 'kh"kksZa ds varxZr lewfgr dh tk ldrh gS%a d½ ekud fu/kkZj.kolkf. the Government envisaged building a climate for quality culture and consciousness and greater participation of consumers in formulation and implementation of National Standards. Faridabad. Parwanoo. The Bureau is a Body Corporate consisting of 25 members representing both Central and State governments.ku% mRikn@i)fr. Coimbatore.d fudk.d vfèkfu.krk laLÑfr vkSj lpsrrk rFkk miHkksDrkvksa dh vf/kd Hkkxhnkjh dk ekgksy fufeZr djus dh dYiuk dhA C.ksa ¼fiNys doj i`"B ds ckgjh Hkkx ij fn.k¡ Pk½ miHkksDrk lac/kh xfrfof/k.ksx'kkyk lsok. Bangalore.ks]a ns.kA bl ifjorZu ds ek/.{k vkSj miHkksDrk ekeys] [kk| vkSj lkoZtfud forj. Bhubaneshwar.ksa rFkk vgenkckn] cSxyksj] Hkqous'oj] Hkksiky] dks.e ls ljdkj us jk"Vªh. ekud laLFkku ¼vkbZ. a network of 5 Regional Offices at Kolkata (Eastern).d fudk. ljdkjks]a m|ksxks]a rduhdh laLFkkuks]a miHkksDrk laxBuksa vkfn ds chp izHkkoh dM+h ds :i esa dk. The structure of BIS is given on the inside back cover page.] nksuksa ljdkjksa dk izfrfuf/kRo djus okys lnL.wjks dh xfrfof/k.ea=h blds mik/.k vkSj dk. miHkksDrk ekeys] [kk| vkSj lkoZtfud forj. Through this change over.e ls fnuk¡d 1 vizSy 1987 dks vfLrRo esa vk.ks]a ifjlEifÙk. Food and Public Distribution as its President and with Minister of State for Consumer Affairs.kh½] eqEcbZ ¼if'peh½] paMhx<+ ¼mÙkjh½ vkSj fnYyh ¼e/. Mumbai (Western).ks]a laln] m|ksx] oSKkfud . through an Act of Parliament dated 26 November 1986.rkvksa vkSj izdk.k x. consumer organizations and professional bodies with Union Minister of Consumer Affairs. Ghaziabad. with a broadened scope and more powers taking over the staff. Guwahati.iqj] dkuiqj] y[kuÅ] ukxiqj] ijokuw] iVuk] iq.wjks dh lajpuk fiNys doj i`"B ds vn:uh Hkkx ij nh xbZ gSA laxBukRed usVodZ ubZ fnYyh fLFkr eq[. Thiruvananthapuram and Vishakhapatnam (depicted on the back cover page) serve as effective links between State Governments.d O.ksa ds 25 lnL.oa jkT. scientific and research institutions.kckn] xqokgkVh] gSnjkckn] t. on 1 April 1987.flagkoyksdu OVERVIEW Hkkjrh. Bhopal. Pune.k ea=h vè.e] fnuk¡d 26 uoEcj 1986 ds ek/.Z djrk gSA xfrfof/k. Chennai (Southern). Members of Parliament.k gS½ ds .½ esa 5 {ks=h. etc of the region. Nagpur. Kanpur.kZy.ks] jktdksV] fr:ouUriqje vkSj fo'kk[kkiVue fLFkr 'kk[kk dk. Patna.ksa lfgr . . assets. liabilities and functions of erstwhile Indian Standards Institution (ISI). Jaipur. xfrfof/k.kid fo"k. Food and Public Distribution as its Vice-President.kZUo. technical institutions.EcVwj] a Qjhnkckn] xkft+. Activities The activities of BIS can be broadly grouped under the following heads: a) b) c) d) e) f) Standards Formulation Certification : Product/Systems Laboratory Services Sales of Indian Standards/ other publications International Activities Consumer Related Activities 1 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 . industries. Chandigarh (Northern) and Delhi (Central) and Branch Offices at Ahmedabad. Organizational Network With BIS Headquarters at New Delhi. .wjks dsUnzh.{k ds :i esa rFkk dsUnzh. consumer organizations. ekudks@vU.{ks= rFkk vf/kd vf/kdkjksa lfgr laln ds . industry.

k¡ t½ izf'k{k. Information and Documentation International Standard Book Number (ISBN).fFkyhu@.8 percent SL.a vius lalk/kuksa ls iwjs fd.lch.drk. ekudksa dk lkjka'kA fnukad 31 ekpZ 2007 dks ekudksa dh dqy la[.y( B. iz. Antistripping Agents (Amine type).rk lfgr psrkouh nsus okys diM+(s lwpuk vkSj izy[ku varjkZ"Vªh. nt+Z dh xbZ vkSj fiNys o"kZ dh vk.k x.k¡ &fof'kf"V( Qkyks vi QkewZyk iwjd vkgkj( oL=ks|ksx&xSj ?kjsyw QuhZpj ds fy. High Visibility Warning Clothes. 24 products were covered for the first time under the certification scheme. Multipurpose Aqueous Film Forming Foam Liquid Concentrate for Extinguishing Hydro Carbon and Polar Solvent Fires. ekxZn'kZu lfgr vko'. jsÝhtjsVj vkSj ijh{k.Ms vkSj xeZ ikuh dh vkiwfrZ ds fy.Y.lvks@vkbZbZlh ekud ekStn gS] yxHkx w 74 izfr'kr ekudksa dk lqeyu fd.u #.ksa ij gaS & . Horizontal Centrifugal Self-Priming Pumps.lh fctyh ehVjksa dh laLFkkiuk vkSj vuqj{k.qfefu.aVh fLVªfiax . x. ekud iqLrd la[. Summary of Indian Standards for Building Material.23 million and a growth of over 19.¡( mPp n`"VO.kstuk ds varxZr 'kkfey fd. Imidacloprid 17.kZ ekud [kk| lqj{kk izc/k i)fr. The total number of operative licences as on 31 March 2007 were 19 286 (excluding Hallmarking).d rarqvksa ds fy.wjks us vius vkorhZ vkSj xSj&vkorhZ O.k gSA s 2 468 mRikn izek. Dust Tight Ignition Proof Enclosures of Electrical Equipment. ty dks iSd djus ds fy.k fof/k.kolkf.] lalk/ku&mxkgh vkSj mi.ksx ds fy.e@iksyh.12 percent over the income in the previous year.k izToyu( O.N½ lao/kZu xfrfof/k. esa izfrcy vkSj xfr'khyrk cuk. During the year. Resources – Mobilization and Utilization etc Bureau of Indian Standards has maintained the thrust and dynamism in the changing global scenario and exhibited an all round progress during the year 2006-07. Testing Evaluation. esa 19-12 izfr'kr ls vf/kd dh o`f) gqbZA yxkrkj vBkjgosa o"kZ] Hkk ek C. Household Frost-free Refrigerating Appliances – Refrigerators Cooled by Internal Forced Air Circulation and Test Methods – Specification.u½( Hkou s lkexzh gsrq Hkkjrh.k¡du] .k ds /kwy jks/kh Tokyk jks/kh vkos"Vu( .k ewY. Wall Clocks (Battery Operated). about 74 percent standards are harmonized.Ms fd.kstu ds fy. Follow-up Formula Complementary Foods.Dr vigksYLVMZ lfEeJksa q dk ijh{k.k¡ &mi.a izkbfeax iEi( fo|qr midj.¡ >½ lwpuk lsok.kid ijkl dks 'kkfey djrs gq. ekudksa dks varjkZ"Vªh. Installation and Maintenance of AC Electricity Meters – Code of Practice.ksa dh O.k¡ bl izdkj gS%a fo"k. iz.k ¼vkbZ.] tgk¡ laxr vkbZ. Textiles – Resistance to Ignition of Upholstered Composites Used for NonDomestic Furniture.kA .k ij fopkj djrs s gq. cgq s iz. Some important standards of public interest are on Single capped Fluorescent Lamps.s mRikn gSa i'kq/ku Hkkstu ds ?kVd ds :i esa ljlksa vkSj jsIlhM rsy dsd( {kSfrt vdsfnzd a Lo. Lo. iksyh. The highlights of achievements during 2006-07 are: Formulation of 327 national standards covering wide range of subjects.k& vkarfjd izcfyr ok.¡ ¥½ foÙkh. lkWdV a s gSM dSi iaSp( nhokj ?kM+h ¼csVjh ls pyus okyh½( lkekU. 2 468 Product Certification licences have been granted.k x. BIS met its recurring and non-plan expenditure from its own resources.tsV ¼. irZ cukus okyk >kxnkj rjy lkUnz( bfeMkDyksfizM 17-8 izfr'kr .dh dqy vk.q lapyu )kjk B.wjks esa 1453-23 fefy. foyk.kh.kstu tyh. These products are Mustard and Rape Seed Oil Cake as Livestock Feed Ingredient.dy dSi okys izfrnhfIr'khy a ySEi( ijh{k. It recorded a total income of Rs 1453. ekudksa ds lkFk lqefyr fd.l.k&jhfr lafgrk( ?kjsyw ÝkWLV Ýh jsÝhtjsfVax midj.k 19 286 ¼gkWy& a ekfdZx ds vfrfjDr½ gSA a o"kZ ds nkSjku igyh ckj 24 mRiknksa dks izek. ekudksa dk fu/kkZj..ku . ekud C. Bamboo Mat Board for General Purpose.k gSA mu ekudksa dh la[.A o"kZ 2005&06 ds nkSjku dqN izeq[k miyfC/k. For the eighteenth consecutive year.ku ykblsl iznku djukA fnukad 31 ekpZ a 2007 dks izpkfyr ykblslksa dh dqy la[. Considering number of standards where corresponding ISO/IEC Standards exist.k 18 315 jgh A vc rd 4 449 Hkkjrh.fFkyhu 2 g) h) i) j) Promotional Activities Training Services Information Services Financial.wjks us bl cnyrs lexz oSf'od ifjn`'.kA lkoZtfud #fp ds dqN egRoiw. vk/kku s cq>rs gkbMªkdkcZu vkSj /kqzoh.ksfxrk vkfn Hkkjrh. 4 449 Indian standards have been harmonized with International Standards so far. Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw. ckal dh pVkbZ dk cksMZ( izkÑfrd feujy ty vkSj iSdtcan is.k x.d LokLF. The total number of standards in force as on 31 March 2007 were 18 315. j[kh gS rFkk o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku pgq¡eq[kh izxfr dh gSA C. vkSj lqj{kk izc/k a i)fr.feu izdkj½( "kVdks. 327 jk"Vªh. Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use. Polyethylene/Aluminium/Polyethylene okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . Containers for Packaging of Natural Mineral Water and Packaged Drinking Water.k lsok.

kstu fd. izc/k i)fr. iz. ISO Council is the highest governing body of ISO.a=.k dk. Horizontal Centrifugal Pumps for Clear Cold Water.wjks esa 1 833 O.bis. Double Ended Ring Wrenches (Spanners).krk vk'oklu ij murkyhlok¡ varjkZ"Vªh. ljy gkWyekfdZx .kolkf.kstuA fnuk¡d 1 ls 15 flrEcj 2006 ds nkSjku fgUnh i[kokM+s dk vk. Food Grade.kstd½( dkyh pk.wjks iz.lvks ifj"kn vkbZ. Adhesive for Use with Ceramic Tiles and Mosaics.k laxBu ¼vkbZ.A a a Hkk ek C.lfEEkJ ncko ikbi( cÙkh midj.tksLikbfjfy.kZ vkdyu ds fy.wjks }kjk opuc)rkvksa dh iwfrZA vkbZ. 74 Quality Management System certification licences.k fudk. Luminaries: Flood Lights.k 26 945 jghA o"kZ 2006&07 vof/k ds fy.k( fljkfed Vkbyksa vkSj ekstSd ds lkFk mi.k laxBu ¼vkbZ.fDr dk.wjks ekud eqgj ds nq#i.krk izc/k i)fr izek. ekudhdj. 20 Environmental Management Systems certification licences and 9 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems certification licences were granted.ku 20 ykblsl vkSj 9 O. Vertical Turbine Mixed and Axial Flow for Clear Cold Water.d lanHkZ iz.lvks½ dh LFkkiuk dks eukus ds fy.k % ¶yM ykbV( nksgjs fljs okys fjax jSp ¼ikus½( ØaSfdr( Vscy okbu( QkWLQsV foyk.lvks dh mPPkre fu.ku . vkSj 36 vfHk.kh {ks=h. a total of 1 833 persons were on roll in BIS.k x. Celebration of Hindi Pakhwara during 1st to 15th September 2006 where a lot of different competitions in Hindi were organized.e lajksi. gSA fodkl'khy ns'kksa dks ekudhdj.d a thok. Compression Type Tubular in Line Connectors for Aluminum Conductors of Insulated Cables.k a a izc/k i)fr izek.qfefu.kA fnuk¡d 31 ekpZ 2007 dks Hkk ek C.ZØe dk vk. Cranked. m/oZ VckZbu fefJr vkSj v{kh.kstu vkSj fodkl'khy ns'kksa ds fy.kstuk ds 74 ykblsl] i. Azospirillum Inoculants.ksa ij rhljs varjkZ"Vªh.org. ekudhdj.Y.kZoj. Fulfillment of obligations by BIS as a member of International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Council for the 2006-07 term.Ms ikuh ds fy. vklatd( [kk| ewxQyh dk vkVk ¼dksYgq ls fudkyk a x.kstuk ds a QyLo:i 31 ekpZ 2007 dks ykblslksa dh la[.bis. Phosphate Solubilizing Bacterial Inoculants. Household Zig-zag Sewing Machine. izf'k{k.Zjr FksA ¼egkfuns'kd½ osclkbV % www.lvks½ ifj"kn~ ds lnL. Table Wine. .kksa ds fy. laihMu izdkj ds ukyhnkj dusDVj ¼la.ku ykblsl iznku fd.kZ Hkkjr esa 212 w izorZu Nkis Mkys x.kZ@jtr vkHkw"k.( LoPN B. {kSfrt vidsUnzh iEi( fXyljksy s eksuksfLV.kstu fd.e laokgdksa ds fy.in 3 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 .kstuA varjkZ"Vªh. As on 31 March 2007. x.k vkSj xq. 13 vDrwcj] 2006 esa fo'o ekud fnol dk vk.ksfxrkvksa dk vk. A referral Laboratory for Gold assaying is under development at Southern Regional Laboratory.d LokLF.k esa 3 466 a rd dh o`f) gqbZA Lo. and the third International Training Programme on Management Systems for developing countries. Simplified Hallmarking scheme for Gold/Silver jewellery has resulted in an increase of number of licences to 3 466 as on 31 March 2007.k x.ksx ds fy.kstu] tgk¡ vusd fgUnh izfr.kx'kkyk] psUubZ esa fodklk/khu gSA s xq.k½( LoPN B.k( ?kjsyw frjNh s flykbZ okyh e'khuA Lo. x. a a vkSj lqj{kk izc/k i)fr izek. 212 enforcement raids were carried out all over India on firms misusing the BIS Standard Mark and 36 convictions took place. Holding of the thirty-ninth International Training Programme on Standardization and Quality Assurance for developing countries.jsV] [kk| xzM( .org.ksx'kkyk nf{k.Ms ikuh ds fy. ds :i esa Hkk ek C.k fjiksVksZa dh la[. Celebration of World Standards Day on 13 October 2006 to commemorate the establishment of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Chennai.A Hkk ek C.in Composite Pressure Pipes for Hot and Cold Water Supplies.ZØe dk vk. Edible Groundnut Flour (Expeller Pressed).k dk. varjkZ"Vªh. Number of Test Reports issued by BIS Laboratories was 26 945.kA fnuk¡d 6 ls 10 uoEcj 2006 ds nkSjku ^^lrdZrk tkx:drk lIrkg** euk. Observance of the 'Vigilance Awareness Week' during 6th to 10th November 2006. Black Tea.ksx ij lai. (Director General) Website : www. Glyceryl Monostearate.ksx'kkykvksa }kjk tkjh ijh{k.kq lajksi. izokg( balqyhÑr dscy ds . a izf'k{k.

lfefr dks vxzf"kr fd. The Executive Committee had three meetings during the year to advise BIS in implementation of new policy/directives while the financial committee met two times during the year.ksa }kjk xfBr milfefr.k tkrk gSA s 4 STANDARDS STANDARDS FOURMULATION For formulation of standards.ku dk izorZu vkSj iks"k.Ziz.ks@funsZ'kd rRoksa ds dk.k ds fy. ds :i esa ns'k esa ekudhdj.u esa Hkk ek C. A proposal for formulation of Indian Standard(s) can be submitted by any stakeholder including Ministries of the Central Government. Union Territory Administrations. Simplification of Grant of Licence procedure. research and development organizations. The Sectional Committees. Subcommittees and Panels set up for dealing with specific group of subjects under respective Division Councils.ks]a milfefr. 3. ekud¼dks½ ds fuèkkZj.kjh djukA ykblsl iznku djus dh fof/k dks ljy cukukA a mRikn izek. lfefr. ekud fudk. State Governments. ekud C.fDrxr miHkksDrk vFkok miHkksDrk laxBu] vkS|ksfxd bdkbZ vkfn }kjk Hkkjrh.kA vfuok.ksa vkSj ekud fuèkkZj.ksa vkSj iSuyksa esa m|ksx] ljdkj] vuqlèkku vkSj fodkl a laxBuks]a miHkksDrkvksa ds izfrfufèk rFkk oS.ku vkSj izorZu xfrfof/k.k vfHk.ksa milfefr. o"kZ ds nkSjku dk. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . government. Outsourcing of inspections under Product certification and Enforcement activities.krk gsrq vis{kk. Preparing for Mandatory Hallmarking certification scheme in a phased manner.d dsfnzr en ds fy. ekudksa ds fuèkkZj.k dh fn'kk esa . lfefr.¡* ds izfr vuq:irk izek. xSl ds izlkj.wjks dks lykg a nsus ds fy.k¡ vkSj vk.ksa dh vkmVlksflZx a vkbZ . ljdkj ds ea=ky. lsokvksa dh n{krk c<+kus dh fn'kk esa vusd dne mBk.Z djrk jgk gSA Hkk ek C.kh lfefr dh rhu cSBdsa dh xbZ]a tcfd o"kZ ds nkSjku foÙk lfefr dh nks cSBdsa vk.kkfy.kZUo.ksxkRed izfØ. BIS has initiated several steps towards enhancing the efficiency of its operations and upgrading of services.k tk ldrk gSA foHkkx ifj"kn }kjk vuqeksnu gks tkus ij izLrko dks Hkkjrh. pj.ku . Launching certification for IS 15700 : 2005 Requirements for Service Quality by Public Service Organizations and for IS/ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems Standard.fDrd fo'ks"kK 'kkfey gksrs gSA a fdlh dsnzh.k djus ds fy. Individual Consumer or Consumer Organizations. Formulation of 29 standards on Natural Gas Pipeline System for transmission of gas covering 14 areas.wjks Øekuqlkj foHkkx ifj"knksa }kjk xfBr fo"k.uhfrxr dk. Industrial Unit. etc.k ds fy.k gsrq izkÑfrd xSl ikbi ykbu i)fr ij 29 ekudksa dk fu/kkZj.wjks us vius izpkyu dks vkSj vf/kd mUur cukus ds fy.kZ igyas dh xbZ%a 1234514 {ks=ksa dks 'kkfey djrs gq.k dk izLrko a fn. lfefr. 5.Zdkfj. gSA a ubZ uhfr.d lg. BIS functions through the Committee mechanism in terms of Sectional Committees.Z djus ds fy. lQyrkiwoZd dk. ekud ekud fuèkkZj.d mi. The important initiatives were taken in the following areas during the year: 1. Subcommittees and Panels comprise of representatives from the industry.k ds ekè.l@ vkbZ .k ekudksa ds fuèkkZj. a ljdkj] la?k 'kkflr {ks= iz'kklu] O.kstuk ds fy.Z djrk gSA fo"k.qDr fo"k.] jkT. Hkk ek C.ksa vkSj iSUkyksa ds fof'k"V lewgksa ij dk. 2. xfBr a iSuyksa ds lanHkZ esa .kstuk Hkkjrh.l 15700 % 2005 ^yksd laxBuksa }kjk lsok xq.e ls dk.ksftr dh xbZA o"kZ ds nkSjku fuEufyf[kr {ks=ksa esa egRoiw.ku rFkk vkbZ . The proposal when approved by the concerned Division Council is forwarded to an appropriate Sectional Committee for formulation of Indian Standard(s).ku dk 'kqHkkjaHkA POLICY STRATEGIES AND PLANNING The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) as the National Standards Body of India has been successfully promoting and nurturing the standardization movement in the country since 1947.kxr :i esa a rS. consumer and individual experts. vuqHkkxh. 4. .Z gkWyekfdZx izek.wjks o"kZ 1947 ls Hkkjr ds jk"Vªh.l vks 22000 ^[kk| fujkinrk izcèk i)fr* ekud ds a izfr vuq:irk izek.

vyx&vyx {ks=ksa ls lacfèkr a 14 rduhdh foHkkx ifj"knksa }kjk ekud rS.k ds fy. electrical safety requirements and radiographic safety requirements. vkSj iqujhf{kr½ ekudksa dk fuèkkZj. 3 & 4) : 2006 Optics and Photonics Medical Endoscopes and Endoscopic Devices – Indian Standards on Medical endoscopes and endoscopic devices have been formulated covering the determination of field and direction of view and determination of maximum width of insertion besides covering general requirements.jh] vkSj ty lalkèku foHkkx ifj"knksa dh cSBdsa gqbZaA 209 fo"k.kZ ekud dqN egRoiw.jh] jlk. recovery of the patient is faster as compared to open surgery operations.aMksLdksfid .wjks esa 327 ¼u.ksa vkSj vkSj dk. Electro-technical. Textile. ftuesa lkekU.ksa ij fuèkkZj. and hence consequentially with this.d fNnz ds ekè. ekud rS.drk.k x. x. The meetings of 209 Sectional Committees.drk.ksa dh lqj{kk ds fy.kZ fo"k.drkvksa dks 'kkfey djrs gq. Production and General Engineering. eSeksxkfQd z z . fnukad 31 ekpZ 2007 dks ekudksa dh dqy la[. vko'. in addition to large number of Subcommittees and Panels were also held to consider draft standards and related technical documents in detail.k iqujhf{kr ekud o"kZ ds nkSjku fuèkkZfjr fd.jh] oL=ks|ksx] ifjogu bathfu. IS 13450 (Part 2/Sec 45) : 2006 Medical Electrical Equipments – Particular Requirements for the Safety of Mammography X-ray Equipments and Mammography Stereo Tactic Devices – This standard is on the particular requirements for the safety of Mammographic X-ray equipments covering general safety requirements. Transport Engineering and Water Resources departments met during the year. fo'ks"k vko'.aMksLdksi rFkk . flfoy bathfu.k gSA . This standard is inline with the latest technology of adopting surgery through a hole in place of open surgery operation.] ftu ij u.g ekud [kqyh + 'kY.e ls 'kY.l 13450 ¼Hkkx 2@[k. fuèkkZfjr fd. 1).k] ekudksa ds elkSnksa vkSj rduhdh nLrkostkas ij foLrkj ls + fd. fpfdRlk viukus dh uohure izkS|ksfxdh ds vuqlkj gSA .kj fd. Electronics & Information Technology.drkvksa dks 'kkfey djrs gq. x.k esa milfefr.¡ & bl ekud esa lkekU.k x.e ls dh tkrh gS vkSj blfy. ba t hfu.drkvks]a fo|qr lqj{kk vko'.drkvksa rFkk jsfM.qfDr. .k xfrfofèk dk tk.ksxkfQd lqj{kk vko'.k¡ & fpfdRlk .k 18 315 rd igq¡ph ¼ns[ksa vkÑfr 1½A egRoiw. Division Councils of Civil Engineering.k x.kstu fd. fpfdRLkk .kA Hkk ek C.qfDr.jh] mRiknu vkS j lkekU. lqj{kk vko'.g 'kY. lfefr. {ks= rFkk ns[kus dh fn'kk dk fuèkkZj. With the publication of this standard the manufacturer of Mammography X-ray 5 o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku] Hkk ek C.kkeLo:i jksxh [kqyh 'kY.] fuEukuqlkj gS%a vkbZ . Mechanical Engineering. It is the policy of BIS to formulate standards on emerging technologies and withdraw obsolete standards. This is important from the point of view that since surgery is performed through a hole. fpfdRLkk dh rqyuk esa rsth ls LoLFk gks tkrk gSA vkbZ .k djrs gq.Dl&js midj.jh] èkkrq deZ bathfu.kksa ds fofuekZrk ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 . Chemical.kaf=d bathfu.l 15732 ¼Hkkx 1] 3 vkSj 4½ % 2006 vksfIVDl rFkk QksVkWfuDl fpfdRlk .ksa dh cSBdksa ds lkFk cM+h la[. BIS formulated 327 (new and revised) standards.aMksLdksfid .oa Ñf"k] . tkrs gSA o"kZ a ds nkS j ku ekud fuèkkZ j . During 2006-07.d fNnz ds ekè. Important Standards Some of the important subjects on which new or revised standards were formulated during the year are listed below: IS 15732 (Parts 1.Dl&js midj.k djus vkSj iqjkus ekudksa dks okil ysus dh gSA iSuyksa ftuesa fopkj ekud Standards are made by 14 Technical Division Councils pertaining to specific fields.qfDr.Dl&js midj.kZ gS fd pwfd .k & eSeksxzkQh .wjks dh uhfr mHkjrh izkS|ksfxfd.k vkSj vanj Mkyus dh vfèkdre pkSMkbZ ds fuèkkZj.kksa vkSj eSeksxzkQh LVhfj.u] fo|qr&rduhdh] bysDVªksfudh rFkk lwpuk izkS|ksfxdh] [kk| .M 45½ % 2006 fpfdRlk fo|qr midj.t+k ysus ds fy. bringing the total number of standards in force to 18 315 as on 31 March 2007(see Fig. To take stock of standards formulation activity. blds ifj. Food and Agriculture. Metallurgical Engineering.aMksLdksi vkSj .ks VsfDVd . fpfdRlk ds LFkku ij .¡ nh xbZ gSA bl a ekud ds izdk'ku ls eSeksxzkQh .Zdkjh lewgksa dh cSBdksa dk Hkh vk.ksa ij Hkkjrh.kksa dh lqj{kk dh fo'ks"k vko'.g bl n`f"V ls egRoiw.kj fd.

k tk ldsA rFkkfi bu . However. It basically aims to generate ideas from employees at all levels in order to improve standardized procedures for enhancing productivity.g ekud Hkkjrh. life certification.u ds fy.k ckgjh lkèkuksa lfgr ckgjh ifjiFkksa ij .k s a .ksx ds nkSjku vuqj{k. vius fopkj LoSfPNd :i ls ns ldrs gSA bl ekud esa .kstuk ds fuèkkZj.¡ 6 equipments can adopt testing parameters for the safety of patients and operators while manufacturing. calibration. maintaining in-service with emphasis on in-service compliance and meter test station practices.k¡du] laLFkkiuk vkSj vuqj{k. verification.g fofèk dks Hkh fofufnZ"V djrk gS & .k x. Evaluation.drkvksa dk ikyu n'kkZuk pkfg.h gSA bldk mís'.ke] xq.kksa dh ijkl] mi. better work culture and environment. The main emphasis of the Suggestion Scheme is how to motivate employees and contribute to the management of change.ksxnku gksA .krk c<+kus vkSj ykxr esa deh ykus ds fy.k & jhfr lafgrk & bl jhfr lafgrk ls ehVj m|ksx esa fofHkUu lsok iznkrkvksa dks ekxZn'kZu feysxk tks .l ih 21 Hkou lkefxz. storage. vkSj cnyko ds izcèk eas mudk D. IS 14581 : 2006 Guidelines for Formulation and Operation of a Suggestion Scheme in an Organization – A Suggestion Scheme is a management encouraged scheme through which the employees can offer their ideas voluntarily for rectification of deficiency.k rFkk ehVj ijh{k. cpr] csgrj dk.k] laLFkkiuk a vkSj deh'kfuax] mi.k gsrq mÙkjnk.k vfHkys[k lfgr lexz mRiknu ewY. IS 15687 (Part 1) : 2006 Single Capped Fluorescent Lamps – The lamps covered under this standard are single capped fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes having a single cap. a fu"iknu vkèkkfjr vPNh ehVj ifjlEifÙk izcèk . for operation on external circuits with either an internal or an external means of starting. x.k LVs'ku izFkk.k tk.d dSi gksrk gSA bl ekud esa lqj{kk vko'. x.ksa ds fopkj tkuus ij yf{kr gS] rkfd mRikndrk] xq.lh fctyh ehVjksa ds iwjs thoudky esa muds ijh{k.¡ 'kkfey dh xbZ gSA .kstuk izcèk }kjk a izkRlkfgr .l 15707 % 2006 .kstukvksa dh lQyrk 'kh"kZ izcèk dh opuc)rk ij a fuHkZj djrh gSA . a ekudksa dh fo"k.¡ 'kkfey gSA LFky a dh ifjfLFkfr. ekudhÑr izfØ.kstuk ds a fuèkkZj. the standard would give a boost to Indian manufacturers to upgrade their product compatible with those manufactured in developed countries thereby creating an opportunity to compete in the global market. gSA lq>ko . Installation and Maintenance of ac Electricity Meters – Code of Practice – The Code of practice would provide guidance to various service providers in metering industry responsible for maintaining metrological and functional performance of ac energy meters throughout the life of the meters covering testing. dimensions.ksa ij Hkkjrh.k] va'kkadu] laLFkkiuk vkSj vuqj{k.k gsrq muds esVªkykWftdy rFkk s dk. acceptance.ksa dks nwj djus] s dk.ku] lR.k rFkk dk.kstuk dh LFkkiuk a djuk Hkh gSA blesa vuqeksnu dk izdkj] thoudky izek. This standard covers safety requirements.kZUo. .¡] vk.k] ewY.l 15687 ¼Hkkx 1½ % 2006 . sealing and seal management.A ÅtkZ laj{k.k foÙkh. . It covers type approval. cy bl ij fn. transportation.kstuk gS] blds ekè. x.ksa esa lqèkkj yk.a manufacturer should use to show compliance with the requirements of this standard on the basis of whole production appraisal in association with the test records on finished products.oLrq dk laf{kIr lkjka'k izLrqr djrh gS ftlesa xq. range of properties.ksa a dks fdl izdkj izfjr fd.kZRed fu"iknu ds vuqj{k. Its aim is also to establish a performance based good meter asset management plan.k izkpy viuk ldrs gSA a vkbZ . installation and maintenance.e ls deZpkjh dfe. fu#i. It also specifies the method .drk.g gSM cqd Hkou lkefxz.Zrk] ifjogu] Hk.Z laLÑfr rFkk ifjos'k ds fy.k fofèk.kiu] eqgjcan djuk vkSj eqgj izcèk] Lohdk.g fdlh laxBu ds vanj lq>ko .d fuekZrk dks rS. fofuekZrkvksa dks vius mRikn fodflr ns'kksa esa fofufeZr mRiknksa ds leku mUur cukus vkSj bl izdkj oSf'od cktkj esa izfrLièkkZ dk volj ikus esa lgk.ksa vkSj izpkydksa dh lqj{kk ds fy.ksx ds nkSjku ikyu ij cy nsrs gq. Accuracy of meters on site conditions has also been covered.l 14581 % 2006 laxBu esa lq>ko .Mkj.d vkarfjd .ksa ij ehVj dh 'kq)rk Hkh 'kkfey dh xbZ gSA vkbZ . IS 15707 : 2006 Testing. SP 21 Summary of Indian Standards for Building Materials (first revision) – This handbook gives a brief summary of the contents of the Indian Standards on building materials indicating such aspects as quality requirements. ekudksa dk lkjka'k ¼igyk iqujh{k. lqèkkj vkSj@. ySEi lkekU.g ewyr% lHkh Lrjksa ds deZpkfj. installation and commissioning.krk vko'. quality and cost reduction.dy dSi okys izfrnhfIr'khy ySEi & bl ekud esa 'kkfey fd.k½ & .rk nsxkA vkbZ .ksa ds fy.ksx dh lhek.Z dh csgrj fofèk ds fy.dy dSi okys izfrnhfIr'khy ySEi gS]a ftuesa tykus ds fy. izdk'k djus ds iz. Besides conserving energy. fofuekZ. This standard provides guidelines for the formulation and implementation of a Suggestion Scheme in an organization. mi.jksfx.kstuk esa eq[.k ds vkèkkj ij bl ekud dh vko'. the success of such schemes depends on the commitment of the top management.drk.k vkSj izpkyu gsrq ekxZn'khZ fl)kar & lq>ko . ekxZn'khZ fl)kar iznku fd. improvements leading to better method of work and/or financial savings.kj mRiknksa ds ijh{k.k ds nkSjku ijh{k.lh fctyh ehVjksa dk ijh{k. Hkkjrh.k gS fd deZpkfj.kstu gsrq cuk. limitations okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .k ds vykok .

¡ vkSj ijh{k.drk gSA . This standard specifies the essential characteristics for household refrigerator and refrigerator-freezer cooled by frost-free system and lays down the methods of test for the checking of these characteristics.q ds chp f'k'kqvksa dks Lruiku NqMkus ds fy.lvks 15502 % 2005 ds vuqlkj gSA midj. 7 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 . lqjf{kr gSA bl lafgrk esa izkÑfrd xSl nkc a fofu.k gS vkSj jklk. architects and others involved in building construction activity in choosing the correct materials for the purpose of design and estimation.k gS] vc Øe'k% a on use. fufgr flQkfj'kksa ds .d .kstu gsrq lgh lkefxz.ksa dks vfHkKkr djrh gSA vkbZ. Follow-up formula complementary food is the product prepared by spray dried milk of cows and buffaloes or a mixture thereof.qDr ?kVdksa dh xq.drk.k¡ Hkh bl ekud dk Hkkx gS]a ftuesa dksyh QkWeZ thok.d fofHkUu foVkfeuksa rFkk [kfutksa dh U.j] ftuds fy.eu vkSj ehVfjax VfeZuy & jhfr lafgrk & izkÑfrd xSl dk ifjogu vkSj forj. safety aspects.k fofèk. esa .¡ a vkbZ.l 15729 % 2007 izkÑfrd xSl nkc fofu.eu vkSj ehVfjax VfeZuy dh deh'kfuax] lqj{kk igyw] izpkyu vkSj vuqj{k.Z gSa vkSj vèkksxkeh ikbi ykbuksa ds fy.qDr iquO.k. ekudksa dh .drk.j & fof'kf"V ¼igyk iqujh{k. There was a need for having a document embodying recommendation to ensure reliability and continuity of supply at pressures that are acceptable to and safe for the downstream pipeline or distribution system.k¡ & fof'kf"V & ÝkWLV-Ýh jsÝhtjsVj dk fjokt+ gS vkSj blfy.d .k i)fr.d izy[k dh vko'.vkfn tSls i{k fy. x. developed in order to assist professionals.k gS fd .q lajpj.kolkf.ksa dks vfHkdYiu vkSj vkdyu ds iz.kq tSls LVsfQyksdksdl vkSfj. ds vanj ekudksa dh mi.l 15757 % 2007 Qkyks-vi QkewZyk iwjd vkgkj & Qkyks&vi QkewZyk iwjd vkgkj dks N% ekg ls 2 o"kZ dh vk.drk Fkh] s tks Lohdk. The detailed microbiological specifications are also a part of this standard which includes absence of coliform bacteria and pathogens bacterial like staphylococcus aureus.k x. x.wjks }kjk fufnZ"V U.Ms fd. s Hkkjrh. it specifies Minimum Energy Performance Standards specified by Bureau of Energy Efficiency. miHkksDrk ds fgr dh lqj{kk ds fy. The standard prescribes requirements which are in line with ISO 15502 : 2005.k½ & gkFk ls pyk.arkvks]a okLrqdkjksa rFkk Hkou fuekZ.dks]a vfHk. IS 15750 : 2006 Household Frost-Free Refrigerating Appliances – Refrigerators Cooled by Internal Forced Air Circulation – Characteristics and Test Methods – Specification – Frost-free refrigerators are in vogue and therefore a need was felt to have a standard in order to protect the consumer interest. gS]a tks fofHkUu LFkwy Jsf.k esa iz.d gksA bl gSM cqd ds iqujhf{kr a a laLdj.ksDrk vuqdy rjhds ls lajfpr Hkou lkefxz.ksa ij w miyCèk uohure Hkkjrh.kksa dks ÅtkZ n{k a cukus ds fy.d izeq[k vko'.Z fo'ks"krk.rk rFkk fujarjrk lqfuf'pr djus ds fy.Ms fd.fDr. ekudksa ds lkjka'k izR. gS(a bUgsa bl izdkj fodflr fd.oa bu fo'ks"krkvksa dh tk¡p ds fy. O. operation and maintenance of natural gas pressure regulating and metering terminal. x.k tkrk gSA bl ekud esa Qkyks vi QkewZyk iwjd vkgkj ds fofuekZ.l 15750 % 2006 ?kjsyw ÝkWLV-Ýh jsÝhtjsfVax midj. IS 15757 : 2007 Follow-up Formula Complementary Foods – Follow-up formula complementary foods is used as a liquid part of the weaning diet for infants after the age of six months up to the age of two years.k xfrfofèk esa layXu vU.k ls cuk. Hkkstu ds rjy Hkkx ds :i esa + mi.wure vko'.a Hkh crkbZ xbZ gS]a ftuesa f'k'kqvksa ds fodkl ds fy. . etc. engineers.g ÅtkZ dk. tkus okys Liz.drk eglwl dh xbZA bl ekud esa ?kjsyw jsÝhtjsVj vkSj ÝkWLV-Ýh i)fr }kjk B.k esa iz.fud vko'.k x. vko'.¡ . bldk ekud gksus dh vko'.s O. IS 11313 : 2006 Hydraulic Power Sprayers – Specification (first revision) – Manually-operated sprayers for which a series of Indian Standards have been compiled.k & vkarfjd izcfyr ok.ZOkLFkk ds lkFk fn.k x.sls ncko ij vkiwfrZ dh fo'oLkuh. esa foLrkj ls crk.k }kjk B. jsÝhtjsVj Ýht+j dh vfuok. ijh{k. jsÝhtjsVj & fo'ks"krk. The revised version of this handbook provides the summaries of the latest available Indian standards on building materials structured in user friendly manner with suitable rearrangement of the standards within each of the chapters that identify the materials into various broad categories.ksx fd. In order to make the appliances energy efficient.k¡ pquus esa lgk.k¡ fufnZ"V dh xbZ gSA bl ekud esa fuèkkZfjr vko'.ksa ds fy.Z dq'kyrk C.l] lkyeksusyk vkSj f'kxsyk dh vuqifLFkfr 'kkfey gSA vkbZ .slk mRikn gS ftls xk.ksa esa lkefxz.sd vè. IS 15729 : 2007 Natural Gas Pressure Regulating and Metering Terminal – Code of Practice – The transportation and distribution of natural gas is a major requirement in the current energy scenario.d J`[kyk dk ladyu fd. This Code covers the commissioning.kq rFkk jksxdkjh thok.wure ÅtkZ fu"iknu ekudksa dks fufnZ"V djrk gSA vkbZ .krk ds fo"k.a 'kkfey gaSA foLr`r lw{e thoh fof'kf"V.l 11313 % 2006 gkbMªksfyd ikoj Lizs.k fofèk. x.drk.k. vFkok forj.k orZeku ÅtkZ ifjn`'.k 'kkfey gSA a vkbZ . vkSj HkSl ds nwèk dks Lizs fofèk }kjk 'kqf"dr nwèk a ls vFkok buds feJ. The standard prescribes in detail the quality of the ingredients to be used for the manufacture of follow-up formula complementary foods and also chemical requirements which include minimum requirements for various vitamins and minerals which are required for the development of infants. Salmonella and Shigella.k tkrk gSA Qkyks-vi QkewZyk iwjd vkgkj .

iz. pesticides.wVkby vkSj VªkbC.l {ks= esa 8 are gradually being replaced by the power operated sprayers.¡ 'kkfey gaSA bl ekud esa oL=ksa ij tksf[keiw. ijh{k. vko'.kkfy.kZrksa dh pqukSfr. it is essential to use fire retardant textiles (curtains. hospitals. moderate and high hazard categories of public buildings.wfj.kZoj.kstuk ds rgr 'kkfey O.kfèkd tksf[keksa ds vkèkkj ij fufnZ"V dh xbZ gSA bl ekud esa lkoZtfud Hkouksa gsrq vYi] eè.g vkbZVh. vkSj m|ksx dks Hkh fu.k .mudk LFkku fo|qr ls pyus okys Liz. therefore. dibutyl and tri butyl tin compounds.kZOkj. that is low.k x.k tk.ksa dh lwph Hkh 'kkfey dh xbZ gSA vkbZ .kr ds izHkko ls lqjf{kr j[kk tk. vko'.kSfxd] ihM+duk'kh] dkcZfud gksykstu . theaters. lhek. This revision incorporates modifications in material.¡ S rFkk izkS|ksfxdh dh mUufr dks è.k¡ Hkh yh xbZ gSA a vkbZ .feu] IykfLVlkbt+j] isUVkDyksjksfQukWy] VsªVkDyksjksfQukWy] MkbC.A bls è. The standard covers limits for presence of hazardous dyes and chemicals on textiles such as urea formaldehyde. w vkbZ.oa ou ea=ky. fy. Keeping this in view. miHkksDrkvksa dks lLrs vk.ku esa j[krs gq.Z cuk jgs gSaA vr% . The above standards specify flame resistance requirements for curtains/drapes and upholstered composites in terms of smouldering cigarette test.¡ nh s xbZ gaA bl iqujh{k.fDr. organic halogen compounds etc keeping in view the requirements of international buyers and those covered under the ECO Mark scheme launched by The Ministry of Environment and Forests.kSfxd vkfn dks varjkZ"Vªh.¡ & fof'kf"V & MCY.k fofèk. marriage pandals.drkvksa dks è. Øsrkvksa vkSj i. medium to okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .s vis{kk.kj fd.kZ jaxksa vkSj jlk.k gSA vkbZ . tetra chloro phenol. they perform the job quickly and the cost of operation is low. essential to prevent Indian consumers against dumping of cheap imports and also to gear our industry to meet the challenges of exports.k ekfpl dh Tokyk lerqY.kZoj.y.e½ & bUÝk jsM i)fr.drk. bls vfuok.j ys jgs gS]a pwfd .e ijkl ¼lh.Fkk vYi] eè.ksx fd.k yscfyax ds fy.k¡ .ksa ds fy. match flame equivalent test and the crib test depending upon the type of hazards present in buildings.l 15741 % 2006 oL=kfn & Toyujksèkh insZ vkSj Msªi & fof'kf"V vkSj vkbZ. Government of India.oku ekuo thou vkSj laifÙk dks uqdlku ls cpk.fjy . moderate and high hazard categories of buildings.k tk ldsA bl ekud esa inks±@Msªi vkSj vi gksYLVMZ lfEeJksa gsrq lqyxrh flxjsV] ijh{k. constructional and performance requirements and their method of tests in view of advancement in technology and also includes the method of tests covered in IS 8548 to make the standard comprehensive and user friendly.k x.d gS fd bu lkoZtfud LFkyks@Hkouksa esa vfXujksèkh oL= ¼ins]Z Mªi rFkk vigksYkLVMZ a s lfEeJ½ dk mi.ku esa j[krs gq.ksDrk vuqdy cukus ds fy.kid vkSj iz.k tk.k esa lkexzh] lajpukRed vkSj fu"iknu vko'.k lacaèkh yscfyax dk egRo dkQh c<+ x.kj ifjèkkuksa lfgr lHkh izdkj ds oL=ksa dh i.k¡ & . shopping complexes. the importance of environmental labelling of textiles has increased considerably and various countries are making it mandatory in order to safeguard the health and safety of the consumers against various hazardous chemicals and dyes present on textile products. plasticizers.j oL=kfn ds vykok rS.l 8548 esa 'kkfey ijh{k.qDr vigksYkLVMZ lfEEkJksa dk Toyu ls cpko & lkoZtfud Hkouks]a euksjtu LFkyksa tSls eYVhIysDl] 'kkWfiax a dkWEiysDl] 'kkfn.wVkby fVu . mijksDr ekud fuèkkZfjr fd.uksa dh mifLFkfr ds fy.k.drk.e vkSj mPp tksf[ke Jsf. Long and Medium Range (CALM) – Infra-red Systems – It provides protocols and parameters for medium-range. drapes and upholstered composites) in such public places/ buildings in order to save valuable human life and damage to property.ksa dh vko'.¡] fufnZ"V dh xbZ gSa .¡ 'kkfey dh xbZ gS tSls .e vkSj vR.k gS vkSj fofHkUu ns'k oL=kfn mRiknksa ij fofHkUu tksf[keiw.k lacaèkh yscfyax vko'. IS 15741 : 2006 Textiles – Resistance to Ignition of Curtains and Drapes – Specification and IS 15768 : 2007 Textiles – Resistance to Ignition of Upholstered Composites Used for Non-Domestic Furniture – In view of increasing fire hazards in public buildings. banned aryl amines.wVhvks ds i'pkr~ dh dkjZokbZ esa oL=kfn ds i.¡ Hkouksa esa tksf[keksa dh fdLe .k vkSj fØc ijh{k. penta chloro phenol.j dh vko'. the above standard has been formulated which includes environmental labelling requirements for all types of textiles including ready made garments except jute and coir textiles.sVj vkfn esa vkSj Åaps Hkouksa esa vkx yxus ds c<+rs tksf[ke dks ns[krs gq.ku eas j[krs gq.] Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk vkjaHk dh xbZ bdks ekdZ .drk.uksa vkSj jaxksa ds fo#) miHkksDrkvksa ds LokLF.s rsth ls dke s a djrs gSa vkSj buds izpkyu dh ykxr de gSA bl ekud esa fiLVu izdkj vkSj jksyj oSu izdkj ds iEi lfgr Liz.k ds lanHkZ es]a Tokyk izfrjksèkd vis{kk.k¡ & fujarj ok. This standard covers the requirements of sprayer fitted with piston type and roller vane type pump.kZoj. IS 15754 : 2006/ISO 21214 : 2006 Intelligent Transport Systems – Continuous Air Interface. The standard also incorporates the list of low.l 15754 % 2006@vkbZ. entertainment places such as multiplexes. rS.lvks 21214 % 2006 baVsfytsaV ifjogu iz.g vfuok.kZ jlk.] rkfd ewY.q varjki`"V] yach vkSj eè. It is.l 15768 % 2007 oL=kfn & xSj ?kjsyw QuhZpj ds fy. since.k QkWeZsfYMgkbM] izfrcafèkr .l 15651 % 2006 oL=kfn & i.. etc and high rise buildings.k] ftlesa twV rFkk dkW.k fofèk.drk. vkSj lqj{kk dh j{kk ds fy. mudh ijh{k.ksa ds iaMky] vLirky] fFk.Z gS fd Hkkjrh.oa bl ekud dks O. IS 15651 : 2006 Textiles – Requirements for Environmental Labelling – Specification – In the post WTO regime.

g vfuok. a high-speed wireless communications in the ITS sector using infra-red systems.r lh. Indian Standard on Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use (first revision of IS 18001) – This standard intends to assist the organizations to develop a systematic approach to management of OH&S in such a way as to protect their employees and others whose health and safety may be affected by the organizations' activities.kr izcèk i)frA Hkkjr esa jktekxZ usVodZ dh o`f) a rFkk lM+d ifjogu .p .u.uth izpkfyr okguksa ds izdkj vuqeksnu gsrq vko'. ekud & mi.kolkf. vkSj lqj{kk ¼vks.r lh.vkbZ.l 15713 % 2006 lM+d ds okgu & laihfM+r izkÑfrd xSl ¼lh.kkyh ?kVd & nkc fofu. Minimum opening voltage. This standard specifies various tests of pressure regulator like Hydrostatic strength.ksa dks lqj{kk ns lds]a ftuds LokLF. Leakage.ked & bl ekud esa vkbZ. tkus okys uewus ds lkFk tek dh tkus okyh rduhdh tkudkjh Hkh crkbZ xbZ gSA a O. jk"Vªh. Vibration resistance. fodkl dk ikyu fd.drk. Electrical over-voltages. it is essential that the development takes place in accordance with International Standards. izkVksdkWy rFkk izkpy iznku djrk gSA bl ekud s esa bu {ks=ksa esa blds vuqiz. gSa tSls % bysDVªkWfud Vksy laxzg] lM+d lqj{kk] . Excess torque resistance.¡ fufnZ"V dh xbZ gaSA .p . It also specifies various marking details to be provided on pressure regulator.ksa ls izHkkfor gks ldrs gaSA bl ekud esa mi.vkbZ. tek fd.vkbZ.¡ rFkk .g ekud a vkbZ.l 18001 dk igyk iqujh{k.k] Lohdk. This standard finds its applications in areas such as: Electronic Toll Collection. jktekxZ izkfèkdj. vko'.ked vko'. Road Safety.ksx gsrq izFkk dh lafgrk ij vkèkkfjr gSA bl ekud esa nkc fofu.k tk. Insulation resistance.xkA vkbZ . x.l fu"iknu esa lqèkkj dk vk'k.k vkSj fuekZ.ofLFkr ekxZ dk fodkl a djus ds fy. Passenger Information System. laxBuksa dks lgk.wure vkjafHkd oksYVst] nkc vkos'k vkSj ikuh ds s tSfdV dk fgehdj. Hkh fufgr gSA vks.drk vkSj ekxZn'kZu iznku djrs gq. Continued operation.fDr.Zrk ds fooj.kl dks ns[krs gq.l½ izcaèk i)fr.k½ & bl ekud esa vks.ked dh ifjHkk"kk.k ds fy.drk. Brass material compatibility.ksa dk mi. Considering the growth of the highway network in India and the endeavor of the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways along with the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to modernize the highways.kxr vko'. x.¡ & lqj{kk vkSj izfØ.l izcèk i)fr.kZ prqHkqZt tSlh ifj.g ekud vkbZ. vk'kf.k=h lwpuk i)fr] csMk izcèk vkSj okgu Vªfdax + a s rFkk mUur .ked ij fn.uth bZèku ds a mi.¡ lh.vkbZ dh Lo.rk iznku dh xbZ gS rkfd .l 14272 ¼Hkkx 1½] nksifg.d LokLF. ekxZn'kZu lfgr vko'.uth bZèku i)fr ?kVdksa ij ykxw gksrk gSA .k rFkk izdkj ds ijh{k.k tk. Oxygen ageing.drk.k¡ vkSj vko'.A bl ekud dk mi.ked ds fofHkUu ijh{k.vkbZ½ }kjk jktekxksZa dks vkèkqfud cukus ds iz. laxBu ds vks. .kstukvksa esa cM+s iSekus ij fd.kkyh ?kVd ds nkc fofu.oa jktekxZ ea=ky. ekudksa ds vuqlkj gq.ftax] fctyh ds vksoj okWYVst] xSj&èkkfRod la'ysf"kr fueTtu] daiu izfrjksèk] ihry dh lkexzh dh vuqdyrk] w balqy'ku izfrjksèk] U.k] fujarj izpkyu] + {kj.aM .ksa ij Hkkjrh.a] a ijh{k.aM .ksx½ ds vuq:i laihfM+r a a izkÑfrd xSl dk mi.dy bZèku . tkus okys fofHkUu ekfdZx fooj. The OH&S management systems may be integrated with the management of other aspects of business 9 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 .ksx djrs gq.ksx .ksx ds fy. okguksa ij mi.aM . Fleet Management and Vehicle Tracking and Advanced Traffic Management System.aM .e ls dqN xfr csrkj lapkjksa ds fy.k fufnZ"V fd.k 3 esa la'kksèku 4½ esa 'kkfey fofu.baÝk jsM i)fr.ksx Kkr fd.k okguksa ¼lhbZoh½ esa ifjHkkf"kr eksVj okguksa esa mi.ksa dks O.krk.kA blesa nkc fofu.lvks 15500-9 % 2001 lM+d ds okgu & laihfM+r izkÑfrd xSl ¼lh.k 3½ & vkarfjd ngu batu okguksa esa lh. test methods and requirements of Pressure Regulator of CNG onboard fuel system component intended for use on motor vehicles defined in IS 14272 (Part 1).k midj.l & 028 ¼laLdj. two wheelers and construction equipment vehicles (CEV). vk'kf.l 15320 ¼. IS 15713 : 2006 Road Vehicles – Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fuel System Components – Pressure Regulator – This Indian Standard specifies definitions.uth½ bZèku i)fr ?kVd & Hkkx 9 % nkc fofu.ked vkSj .l 024 ¼laLdj.k izfrjksèk] vkWDlhtu . ds lkFk Hkkjrh. gSa tSls gkbMªkLVsfVd s 'kfDr] fjlko] vfrfjDr VkWdZ izfrjksèk] eqMus dk {k.p. This standard is applicable to CNG fuel system components intended to use on vehicles using compressed natural gas in accordance with IS 15320 (mono-fuel or bi-fuel applications). details of Acceptance and Type tests and Technical information required to be submitted along with the samples for testing.ksx ds fy.p .ksx ds fy.d fu"iknu ds vU. Bending moment.uth vkWucksMZ bZèku iz.ksx djrs gq. O. This standard is based on ISO 15500-9 : 2001 Road vehicles –Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuel system components – Part 9 : Pressure regulator and also regulatory requirements covered in AIS standard AIS 024 (Amd 4 to version 3) – Safety and procedural requirements for type approval of CNG operated vehicles and AIS-028 (version 3) – Code of Practice for use of CNG fuel in internal combustion engine vehicles. Non-metallic synthetic immersion.p .k ¼.k a rFkk ijh{k. This standard also intends to improve OH&S performance of organizations by providing the requirements and guidance for use. Projects such as Golden Quadrilateral of NHAI will utilize this standard in a big way.kolkf.l ds izcèk ds .¡ ¼vkbZ.l a ekud .d O.p.drk.u.s vius deZpkfj.k fofèk.Z gS fd varjkZ"Vªh.drk.k nks bZèku vuqiz. vkSj lqj{kk laxBu dh xfrfofèk. Corrosion resistance.ksa vkSj vU.uth½ bZèku iz.e ijkl] eè.ksx ds fy. eè. Pressure impulse and Water jacket freezing.

The hot rolled narrow width steel strip manufactured as per this standard shall not be applicable for manufacture of steel pipes for pressure applications such as high pressure water.k ifjos'k ds chp fo"kerk c<+kdj mUur cuk.wure vko'.k esa mi.k¡ & Hkkjr esa rIr osfYyr lfØ. rIr osfYyr bLikr dh ldjh pkSM+kbZ okyh ifÍ.k½ & bl ekud esa èkkfRod mPp nkc gkbMªks dkcZu mRiknu ikbi ykbu] lajpuk dh ckgjh Hkwfexr lrg ds {kj.l 15677 % 2006 izkÑfrd xSl dk ekiu & jhfr lafgrk & bl jhfr lafgrk dk mi.kr dk ?kuRo rFkk xfr.k tkrk gS] tks vfHkdYiu esa iznku fd.kj fd.fDr. such as complex backgrounds. ekud & fof'kf"V & mPPk n`"VO.l 15647 % 2006 osYM dh xbZ V~.k tk.fDrxr lqj{kk midj. laxBUkksa dks lgk. Conspicuity is enhanced by increasing the contrast between the clothing and its ambient background or surroundings.ksa dh xq. x. certain small scale re-rolling mills are producing hot rolled narrow width steel strips.g iguus okys ds mifLFkfr fdlh Hkh izdk'k ifjfLFkfr vkSj vaèksjs esa okgu dh gSMykbV }kjk de izdkf'kr fLFkfr esa cukus ij vk'kf.kikj ds fu"Ikknu esa lqèkkj yk.k tk ldrk gS] rkfd deZpkfj.kZ vuqiz.kZ w vuqiz.k dk fu.ZdrkZ ds tksf[ke dkjdksa tSls tfVy i`"BHkwfe] okgu ds a .k + dh lqfoèkk iznku djus ds fy.] O.ksa vkSj + xSj egRoiw. rFkk ckt+kj LFky ij . IS 8062 (Part 2) : 2006 Code of Practice for Cathodic Protection of Steel Structure : Part 2 Burried Pipeline/ Structures for Transportation of Natural Gas.k ds fu. Corrosion control by a coating supplemented with cathodic protection should be provided in the design and maintained during service life of pipeline/ structure system. V~.k . O.a=. fl)kar fn.k tk. pkSMkbZ okyh bLikr ifÍ.k tkuk pkfg.wcksa vkSj ikbiksa ds fy.igyqvksa ds izcaèk ds lkFk lesfdr fd. .rk lfgr psrkouh nsus okys diM+s . iqu% osfYyr djus okyh feyksa esa rS.ksxksa okys ikbiksa ds fofuekZ.ksa ds vkèkkj ij lq>kbZ tkrh gSA vkbZ . Indian Standard on High Visibility Warning Clothes – Specification – High Visibility Warning Cloth is one of the personnel protective equipment worn as a means to provide visual signal of the wearer's presence and intended to provide conspicuity of the wearer under any light conditions by day and under illumination by vehicle headlights in the dark. It deals with okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .drk.rd pkSMh osYM djus + .l 8062 ¼Hkkx 2½ % 2006 bLikr lajPkuk dh dSFkksfMd lqj{kk gsrq jhfr lafgrk % Hkkx 2 izkÑfrd xSl] rsy rFkk rjy ds ifjogu ds fy. IS 15677 : 2006 Metering of Natural Gas – Code of Practice – This Code of practice is to be used for the transportation and distribution of natural gas through crosscountry pipelines by the major oil companies.kas dks dqN fof'k"V y?kq + Lrjh.d ekè.kstuksa ds fy.k tk.g xSlh.ksxksa okys bLikr ikbiksa ds fofuekZ.k tkrk gS] ftUgsa irjk dgrs gSA bu bLikr feyksa ds fgrksa dks è.k ds fo#) jksdFkke ds fy.drk.kkyh dh vko'. voLFkk esa izkÑfrd xSl ds ekiu vkSj fofu. Hkwfexr ikbi ykbu@lajpuk ¼igyk iqujh{k. IS 15647 : 2006 Hot Rolled Steel Narrow Width Strip for Welded Tubes and Pipes – In India.rk lfgr psrkouh nsus okys diM+ksa ij Hkkjrh.e ls izkÑfrd xSLk ds ifjogu vkSj forj.k tkrk gS vkSj diM+kas ds fy.cksa dh vko'. xq.ksx izeq[k rsy daifu.k tk. dSFkksfMd lqj{kk iz.r gSA {kj.k ftls iguus okys dh mifLFkfr dk n`f"V ladr iznku djus ds .ksa }kjk ns'kksa ds ikj ikbiksa ykbuksa ds ekè. steam. Keeping the interest of these steel mills in view. U. vehicular traffic density and speeds.krk ds fofuekZ.k tkrk gSA n`f"V lacèkh a tksf[kekas dks vfHkKkr fd.k esa fd.qDr ekfdZx dk.k fd.k nkc vuqiz. Classes of visibility hazards are identified and appropriate markings for the clothing are suggested based on worker risk hazards. ekud fuèkkZfjr djus dh vko'.xkA . Oil and Liquids (first revision) – This standard deals with the general principles and requirements of cathodic protection system for prevention against corrosion of external underground buried surface of metallic high pressure hydrocarbon product pipeline/structure.ksa vkSj vU.ksx fd.A vkbZ .¡ 'kkfey dh xbZ gSA bl ekud ds vuqlkj w a rIr osfYyr ldjh pkSM+kbZ okyh bLikr ifÍ.xkA bl ekud esa bLIkkr ikbiksa ds fuekZ.¡ vkSj lkekU.krk. This standard covers the requirements for weldable quality hot rolled narrow width steel strip up to 600 mm for manufacture of steel pipes and tubes for non-critical applications such as low pressure water and furniture purposes.r gSA bldh mifLFkfr dks diM+kas rFkk vkl&ikl dh i`"BHkwfe .k a ds fy.ksa dk fofuekZ. rIr a osfYyr bLikr dh ldjh pkSMkbZ okyh ifÍ. This standard is intended to serve as a guide for establishing minimum requirements for control of external corrosion on pipeline/ structure system. mi. a need was felt to formulate an Indian Standard to facilitate manufacture of quality hot rolled steel narrow width strip which will be used for manufacturing of welded tubes and pipes for non-critical applications.drk. improve business performance and assist organizations to establish a responsible image at the market place.d O.¡ LFkkfir djus dh ekxZnf'kZdk ds :i esa dk.e ds :i esa iguk tkrk gS s vkSj .d ftEesnkj Nfo cukus ds fy.eu dh 10 performance in order to minimize risk to employees and others.cksa rFkk xSj egRoiw.ksX.d ysiu ds lkFk dSFkksfMd lqj{kk ls iwfjr fd. popularly known as Patra.k tkuk pkfg.ksa dk tksf[ke de fd.Z djus ij vk'kf. gSA .d Hkkjrh.k esa ykxw ugha gksxk] tSls mPp nkc ty] Hkki vkSj rsy rFkk xSlA as vkbZ .ku esa j[krs gq.g ekud ikbi ykbu@lajpuk i)fr ij ckgjh {kj. oil and gases.a=.drk vuqHko dh xbZ ftls osYM dh xbZ V~.k gsrq 600 fe-eh. vkSj ikbi ykbu@lajpuk i)fr ds lsokdky ds nkSjku bldk vuqj{k.krk okyh rIr osfYyr ldjh pkSMkbZ okyh bLikr ifÍ.fDr dk O.rk nh tk ldsA mPp n`"VO.ksxksa tSls vYi nkc ty vkSj QuhZpj iz.

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the accuracy of metering and regulating of natural gas in the gaseous phase only where the gas temperatures at the meter are within the range of -10ºC to + 55 ºC at different delivery points which are necessary for consumer satisfaction. The above standard covers five types of meters, namely, orifice, turbine, ultrasonic, rotary and coriolis. Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board will take up all the standards for giving reference in their Hand Book in the field use. It also covers installations of meters, custody-transfer metering of gas including reconciliation and accounting purposes. IS 8310 : 2006/ISO 2108 : 2005 Information and Documentation – International Standard Book Number (ISBN) (second revision) – The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) has been internationally recognized as the identification system for the publishing industry and book trade. Since 1970, the ISBN has become an essential feature of the global Book Trade and a vital component in Library Catalogues records. The revision of the International Standard ISO 2108 was necessary as the system which is quite acceptable internationally and was based on 10 digits and was running out of capacity. The revised version of IS 8310 which is an adoption of ISO 2108 : 2005 Information and Documentation – International Standard Book Number (ISBN) changes the ISBN to a 13 digit identifier to increase substantially the numbering capacity of the global ISBN system and to harmonize the format of the ISBN with the EAN-UCC product code system. IS 15681 : 2006 Geological Exploration by Geophysical Method (Seismic Refraction) – Code of Practice – This standard deals with various aspects of seismic refraction technique and its applications to shallow subsurface exploration of engineering sites. The primary purpose of the standard is to provide working knowledge of the method, with relevant references, and with a basis to weigh the applicability of the method to various engineering geological problems. In particular, it seeks to provide an understanding of the proper planning of surveys, so as to obtain adequate and relevant coverage and highlight the most important area of interpretation of seismic data. IS 15736 : 2006 Geological Exploration by Geophysical Method (Electrical Resistivity) – Code of Practice – Subsurface geological exploration are an integral part of pre-planning as well as design stage of any water resource project. Apart from the methods of geological exploration that have been used in the past, there have been developments in this field and instrumental methods of geological exploration are coming to the fore. One of the methods being increasingly used in geological exploration is the electrical resistivity method. This standard is intended to provide a Code of practice for application of electrical resistivity method and to provide guidance on the various equipment used in the same as well as for providing guidance prescribing field procedures and documentation of data.

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Standardization in the field of Natural Gas Pipeline System – BIS formulated 29 standards on Natural Gas Pipeline System for transmission of gas covering 14 areas, namely, Line pipe coating internal/external, Pipeline laying, Laying of pipeline in crossing, Cathodic protection of pipeline, Gas metering system and gas measuring equipment, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System (including Telemetry and Telecommunication), Lines Pipes for Transportation and Natural Gas (including Fitting and Valves for Pipe Line System), Centrifugal compressors for gas transmission, Pumps for transportation of LPG including prime mover, Gas turbines, Construction and commissioning of gas dispatch terminal, Commissioning of pipelines including swabbing/EGP, Intelligent pigging of pipelines and Hot tapping of pipelines. This set of 29 standards was dedicated to the nation in a function by Shri Taslimuddin, Hon'ble Union Minister of State for Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution on 15 February 2007. In this function Dr. U. D. Choubey, CMD, GAIL who also graced the occasion received the set of standards from Shri Taslimuddin, Hon'ble Union Minister of State for Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution. The introduction of these standards would become especially relevant in the context of deregulation of gas supply business with multiple players in the transmission business and need for a crosscountry National Gas Grid. Safety and environment parameters have been given paramount importance while formulating these Indian Standards for transmission of gas and therefore would be extremely helpful in deciding safety parameters and further improve our environment. Review and Updating of Standards Standards are reviewed as considered necessary, but at least once in five years. During the year 3 848 standards were reviewed, 3 691standards were reaffirmed, 211 were taken up for revision and 102 were withdrawn. In addition, 254 amendments to standards were published. Harmonization In the market scenario, India is facing challenge of global competition. The only way to sustain in the global markets is to harmonize Indian Standards, as

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far as possible, with ISO/IEC Standards formulated at International level. India is a signatory to WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT). As per the agreement, member countries of WTO are required to align their National Standards with International Standards. However, country specific concerns such as safety, environmental issues can be considered/incorporated, while formulating National Standards. BIS uses International Standards wherever they exist as a basis for the standards development. So far BIS has harmonized 4 449 Indian Standards with International Standards. Considering number of standards where corresponding ISO/IEC Standards exist, about 74 percent standards are harmonized. Seminars for Implementation of Standards BIS has taken up a drive to intensify the implementation of Indian Standards through Seminars in different fields. All technical divisions organized Seminars in identified sectors where stakeholders such as manufacturers, users, R&D organizations, Government institutions and others participated. In all 32 Seminars/Workshops were conducted to disseminate information on standards available in the specific fields for increased implementation. These Seminars were conducted in industrial estates, clusters where there is concentration of specific manufacturers about which the information was to be disseminated. During these Seminars opinion and suggestion of stakeholders were also taken for improvement in the existing standards and for identification of subjects for new standards. Seminars on the following subjects were conducted: Significance of Standardization in Hand Tool Industries Standardization – Big benefit for Nuts, Bolts and Fastener Accessories Industries Changing trend in the field of Pyrotechnics Standardization in Domestic Kitchenware Safety in Amusement Rides and Water Parks Electric Motors Energy Meters South Asian regional seminar on Food Safety through IS/ISO 22000 IS/ISO 22000 for coconut industry Food Safety through IS/ ISO 22000 Drinking Water Quality Halon phase-out project

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ZØe ^^bLikr m|ksxksa esa iz.Z'kkyk rsy rFkk xSl {ks= esa ekudhdj. so that they are well equipped to introduce quality in goods and services to be delivered by them. Institute of Hotel Management.izdk'k eqdn yky iksyhVsDuhd] s aq xkft.wjks fu.ksx ¼bZ.ksx ij Hkk ek C. gSaA o"kZ ds nkSjku lhvkbZihbZVh] xqokgkVh( fujek fo'ofo|ky.a½ ij dk. x.ZØeksa ds izfrHkkfx.krk i)fr.] vgenkckn( dkykokM+ dkWyt] ft+yk tkeuxj( t.Z'kkyk lwpuk izkS|ksfxdh {ks= esa [kqys ekudksa ij dk.krk iqjLdkj ij var% fØ. Hkou lafgrk 2005 ¼ns'k esa fofHkUu LFkkuksa ij vkB dk.Z'kkyk . Recognizing this BIS has been regularly conducting programmes on Educational Utilization of Standards with the specific aim to propagate the message of standardization and to create awareness about latest Indian Standards in various professional institutes and universities through out the country. Special kit of Reference Material pertaining to specialized fields has also been prepared for distribution amongst the participants in such programmes.Dl&js lkoZtfud LFkyksa@Hkouksa esa vfXu ls lqj{kk & vfXujksèkd oL=kfn dk egRo lwrh oL= m|ksx esa xq. Ferro Alloys and Refractories used in Steel Industries' Standardization of Bicycles and its components Safety and optimization through National Standards on Transport Packages and Packaging Information Technology Standardization – Challenges and way forward in the converged world Workshop on IT Standardization Workshop on open standards in the IT Sector Standardization in Oil and Gas Sector ekud lao)Zu ekud dk. RVS College of Arts and Science.jk"Vªh. Gwalior.kA Workshop on National Building Code 2005 (8 Workshops at various locations in the country) X-ray Fire safety in public places/ buildings – Importance of Fire Retardant Textiles Standardization of Quality management in Cotton textile industry Emerging areas and challenges in geotechnical investigations for Hydro projects Interactive programme on Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award Presenting a paper on 'Standardization on Iron Ore. Jaiprakash Mukundh Lal Polytechnic. Delhi. ls ekudksa ds 'kSf{kd mi.krk ykus esa l{ke gks ldsaA bl ckr dks le>rs gq. Ahmedabad.kolkf.krk izcèk a dk ekudhdj. {ks=ksa esa v|ru Hkkjrh.k ij dk.k ds lans'k ds izpkj vkSj ns'k Hkj ds fofHkUu O. Kalavad College. District Jamnagar.k & pqukSfr.kstukvksa ds fy.fer :i ls dk. Sponge Iron.ksa ds chp forj.kj fd. Nirma University.k¡ jktho xkaèkh jk"Vªh.k** ij 'kksèk i= izLrqr ckblkbfdy vkSj blds iqtksZa dk ekudhdj.l½ ekudhdj. ftlls fd os muds }kjk fn.k ds {ks= rFkk xq.Ecrwj( s s Z 14 STANDARDS PROMOTION Educational Utilization of Standards Programmes (EUS) The students and faculty of professional institutions need to be trained in the field of standardization and management systems.e ls s s lqj{kk vkSj vuqdyrehdj.ZØeksa dk 'kSf{kd mi.l dkWyt vkWQ vkV~l .kid oxZ dks izf'kf{kr fd.k tkuk pkfg.w. Laxmi Bai College. ekudhdj.k¡ rFkk ladsfUnzr fo'o esa vkxs dk ekxZ lwpuk izkS|ksfxdh ekudhdj. ekudksa ds ekè.Z'kkyk.M lkbal] dks. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .kRed dk.V vkWQ gksVy esutesV] Xokfy.j( y{ehckbZ w s a dkWyt] fnYyh( vkjoh.ksa esa O. xq.kolkf.qDr ykSg v.k ifjogu iSdt vkSj iSdftax ij jk"Vªh.k gsrq fo'ks"kK {ks=ksa esa lanHkZ lkexzh ds fo'ks"k fdV rS.k w lwpuk izkS|ksfxdh ekudhdj. 26 programmes were organized at CIPET. tkus okys eky vkSj lsokvksa esa xq.. Ghaziabad.kckn( bafLVV~.d laLFkkuksa ds fo|kfFkZ. ekudksa ds izfr tkx:drk mRiUu djus ds fof'k"V mn~ns'.ksa rFkk izkè. Guwahati.d laLFkkuksa rFkk fo'ofo|ky.Ld] Liath ykSg] QSjks feJèkkrq vkSj fjÝsDVjht+ ij ekudhdj. Hkw&rduhdh tkap iM+rky esa mHkjrs {ks= vkSj pqukSfr. During the year.k ty ifj.ZØe pykrk jgk gSA mDr dk.

Consumer education and granting more incentives by State Governments to units holding products as well as Quality Systems Certification Licences. lfefr. depending upon the concentration of industries in the area.k. During the year 42 such programmes were organized all over India such as Kajkot Engineering Association.qQDpfjax . ekudhdj.'ku] lkSjk"Vª( ikbi eU.feYd izkM~.kstu w fd.ku ykblsal gSaA fo'o ekud fnol Hkk ek C.k[.EcVwj rFkk .ksa@la?k 'kkflr {ks=ksa esa jkT.ks fQYe ds 'kks gksrs gSA mDr dk. Rajkot. lfefr.iqj vkSj jktLFkku dh jkT.ku rFkk Hkk ek C. ljdkjksa }kjk mu bdkb. During these meetings emphasis was made on the purchase of BIS certified material by the State Government. yxHkx lHkh jkT.k s rFkk xq. Nagpur to name a few..ksa dks vfèkd izksRlkgu fn. ljdkjksa }kjk Hkk ek C.k] xq.ksa esa fo'o ekud fnol euk.ZØeksa ls voxr djk. ubZ fnYyh rFkk {ks=h.fDr.krk fu.lj . SISI. Maharashtra.k] izcaèk i)fr izek. x. State Level Committees (SLCs) for Standardization and Management Systems have been set up in almost all States/Union Territories.ylh½ ekudksa ds izHkkoh dk.ZØeksa dk vk. fof'k"V vkS|ksfxd {ks=ksa ls lacfèkr a ekudksa ij Hkh izdk'k Mkyk tkrk gSA Hkk ek C. where the participants are exposed to the concept of standardization.lvkbZ. Coimbatore and Association of Gold Merchant in Kochin and Kochi. New Delhi.ks a dks ekudhdj.kr lkeku dh [kjhn] dkfEkZdksa ds izf'k{k.k x.kk dk izpkj djuk gSA . dk.u dks lqfuf'pr djus rFkk ns'k Hkj esa ekudhdj. State Level Committees (SLCs) In order to have a permanent mechanism at the State Level to ensure effective implementation of standards and to propagate the message of Standardization and Quality Systems all over the country.l.V] ukxiqj tSls dqN laLFkkuksa esa 26 dk.kZUo. Gujarat.k ij fuHkZj djrs gq. ij eq[.k] ftuds ikl mRikn RkFkk xq.Raipur and Rajasthan were held.fjax . Lrj ij . product certification and other BIS activities.a=.ZØe dk ewy mn~n'. These programmes are organized by BIS in collaboration with Local Industry Associations and Small Industries Service Institute. Industry Awareness Programmes The basic aim of the Industry Awareness Programme is to propagate the concept of standardization and management systems amongst small scale industries.wjks }kjk mDr dk.kZy. tkus ij tksj fn.wjks }kjk vius eq[. y?kq m|ksxksa esa ekudhdj.fjax .kA m|ksx tkx:drk dk.k x.ku] mRikn izek. lfefr. The main function and ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 15 .jke nso ckck deyk usg: dkWyt vkWQ bathfu. Standards relating to specific industrial sector.ylh½ LFkkfir dh xbZ gSaA Ok"kZ ds nkSjku xqtjkr] egkjk"Vª] gfj.lvkbZ] ubZ fnYyh( s w VsDLkVkby baMLVªh] dks.lksfl. Lrjh.'ku vkWQ xksYM epsZUV] dksphu gsrq dksfPp vkfn LFkkuksa ij vk. Ooty.ZØe LFkkuh. Milk Producers Union.ksftr fd.] 'kk[kk dk.A jkT. During the year meetings of SLCs in Haryana.wjks izekf.ksx ls vk.ky.lksfl. Management Systems Certification.sls dk.kA ^^ekud % y?kq m|ksxksa gsrq cM+s ykHk^^ fo"k. Branch Offices and Inspection Offices. jkT.ZØe m|ksx tkx:drk dk.krk i)fr.lksfl.k¡ ¼.wjks ds vU.k dk. Textile Industry. Lrjh.ku] fopkj a foe'kZ rFkk ohfM. are also highlighted in such programmes. World Standards Day The World Standards Day was celebrated by BIS at its headquarters at New Delhi and also at Regional.kk] xksok] jk.wfu.ksa dh cSBdsa dh xbZaA bu cSBdksa esa jkT.ZØeksa esa ml {ks= ds a m|ksxksa dh la[.krk i)fr izek. Lrjh.'ku] jktdksV( n uhyfxjh fMfLVªDV s dks vkWi.kZy.ZØeksas esa Hkkx ys u s okys O. discussions and video films shows.h i)fr LFkkfir djus ds fy. Such programme organized by BIS consist of lectures.Goa. tkrs gSA a o"kZ ds nkSjku Hkkjr Hkj esa tSls dktdksV bathfu.M esutesV s s a bafLVV~. Coimbatore. Saurashtra Pipe Manufacturing Association.sls dk.ksa ds fy.ZØeksa esa O. Training of Personnel.ksa vkSj fujh{k.k tkrk gSA .d LFkk.l.krk i)fr dh voèkkj.k¡ ¼.k rFkk xq. m|ksx la?kksa rFkk y?kq m|ksx lsok laLFkkvksa ds lg. Enforcement of Quality Control Orders.k rFkk izcaèk i)fr dk lans'k izpkfjr djus ds fy.k vkns'kksa ds izoRrZu] miHkksDrk f'k{kk rFkk jkT. Ram Dev Baba Kamla Nehru College of Engineering and Management Institute. The Nilgiris District Coop.ksftr fd.u] ÅVh( .

Government departments.kfrr mRiknksa ds fy.kstuk ¼vkbZ. Agmark.lbZvkbZ vkfn Hkh lqfoèkk izdks"B }kjk iznku fd.a=. consumers.l 18001½ Lo. information in other areas like IECQ.k x.kstuk a fons'kh fuekZrkvksa rFkk vk.k ftlesa m|ksx] okf. lsok. tkrs gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku bl izdks"B esa 1 052 nwjHkkf"kd a iwNrkN vkSj 510 vkxarqdksa dks mÙkj fn.kstuk O.kA lwpuk rFkk y?kq m|ksx lqfoèkk iznkudrkZ izdks"B Hkkjrh. as a single window.ksa dh fofHkUu iwNrkNksa dk lekèkku djrk jgk gSA .krk izcèk i)fr izek.A 16 technical seminar on the theme "STANDARDS: BIG BENEFITS FOR SMALL BUSINESS" was organized at New Delhi on 13 October 2006 which was attended by a large number of delegates representing various organizations from industry. ekud C.k izdks"B y?kq rFkk eè.kstuk xq. commerce.k RkFkk Økafrd fu.ksftr fd. Registrar of patents.kstuk ¼vkbZ. izek.ku fpUg .l. provided variety of updated information / assistance particularly to small scale sectors in the following areas of BIS.oa ekiu] . rFkk varjkZ"Vªh.kT.l½ a ¼vkbZ.wjks esa o"kZ 1997 ls dk. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . vkSj lqj{kk izcèk i)fr ¼vks. ekud C.kstuk iqLrdky.l 15000½ bZdks fpUg ds ekè.] miHkksDrkvksa ls tqM+s yksxksa us rFkk izkS|ksfxdhfonksa] ljdkjh foHkkxksa] f'k{k.l.rk iz n ku djrk jgk gSA ekud ¼jk"Vªh.¡ tkx:drk rFkk izf'k{k.lvkbZ] flMch] isVV as jftLVªkj] Hkkj . Information and SSI Facilitation Cell Information and SSI Facilitation Cell operating at BIS Headquarters since 1997 continued to serve small and medium scale entrepreneurs for their various queries.ksx'kkyk rFkk va'k'kksèku lsok.w] vkbZbZlhbZbZ&lhch .ZØe iz.ku .kZ vkSj jtr vkHkw"k.d LokLF. educational institutions.lekjksg rFkk rduhdh lEesyu 13 vDrwcj 2006 dks ubZ fnYyh esa vk.e ls [kk| LoPNrk gsrq izek.p. DCSSI.lhlhih½ ¼vkbZ.xekdZ] Mhlh. {ks=ksa esa lwpuk tSls fd vkbZbZlhD.lvks 14001½ a [kk|tfur gkfu fo'ys"k. This Facilitation Cell.¡ fofoèk lwpuk blds vfrfjDr] vU. SIDBI.kksa vkSj oLrqvksa ij gkWyekfdZx .wjks ds fuEufyf[kr {ks=ksa esa fo'ks"kdj y?kq m|ksxksa dks v|ru lw p uk@lgk. etc.k izcèk i)fr izek. SEI etc also provided by facilitation cell.kstuk] . technologists.g lqfoèkk izdks"B . This cell attended to 1 052 Telephonic queries and 510 Visitors during the year.kZoj.e. Weights & Measure.ku .Zjr lwpuk rFkk y?kq m|ksx ljyhdj.½ mRikn izek.k fcanq ¼. x.dy f[kM+dh ds :i esa Hkkjrh. Standards (National and International) Product Certification Marks Scheme Quality Management System Certification Scheme (ISO 9001) Environmental Management System Certification Scheme (ISO 14001) Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) (IS 15000) Certification Scheme for Food Hygiene through ECO Mark Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OHSMS)( IS 18001) Hallmarking on Gold & Silver Jewellery & Artifacts Certification Scheme for Foreign Manufacturers and Imported Products Library Services Awareness and Training Programmes Laboratory and Calibration Services Miscellaneous Information In addition.k dk.e m|fe.ku .kolkf.ku .lvks 9001½ a i. IECEE CB scheme.p.k laLFkkvksa vkfn us Hkkx fy.

ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 17 . Hkh . New Delhi on 15 February 2007.ku pyk.kZy. xq. Significant developments and events were covered by the electronic media and newspapers.krk dk.ksa ds ykHkksa ds ckjs esa a tkx:drk ykus ds fy.g vesfjdk ds ekYdkse ckyfMªt+ xq.k ds ekè.k¡du dk ekun.ks@{ks=h.kj fd.e½ ij a vkèkkfjr gS vkSj fons'kksa ds blh izdkj ds vU.w. Zs x.e ls fofoèk izpkj xfrfofèk.ksa us Hkk ek C. Hkkjrh.k¡ dh xbZA Hkk ek C.½ loZJ"B m|ksxksa dks fo'ks"k ekU.k x.jktho xka è kh jk"Vª h .kZ a vkHkw"k.wjks dh fofHkUu xfrfofèk.k ea=h }kjk fnukad 15 Qjojh 2007 dks ubZ fnYyh fLFkr dUos'ku lsVj] Ldksi dkWEIysDl] a a yksnh jksM esa iqjLdkj forj.¡ bySDVªkWfud ehfM.kksa dh gkWyekfdZx rFkk vU. Hksth xbZ gSaA vf[ky Hkkjrh. BIS officials had participated in approx 30 talks and interviews on BIS related subjects which were telecast over Doordarshan and other popular cable networks.k¡ lHkh 'kk[kk dk.rk s nsus ds mn~n'.k] tks nwjn'kZu rFkk yksdfiz.kas dks izkRlkgu s nsus ds fy.wjksih. vkèkkj ij fizV ehfM. jkT. dscy usVodZ ij izlkfjr fd.wjks ls tqMs+ fo"k.uD.ZØe esa iznku fd.kZ xq.ksa ij a yxHkx 30 okrkZvksa vkSj lk{kkRdkjksa esa Hkkx fy.k gSA bu iqjLdkjksa ds ewY. Scope Complex. Publicity Campaign was undertaken on all-India basis through print media for consumer awareness regarding the benefits of Hallmarking of Gold Jewellery and also other activities.wjks ds vfèkdkfj.kj fd.ks]a laxksf"B. it undertook various publicity activities through various media.d okf"kZd iqjLdkj gSA .ksa vkfn esa mi. fofHkUu ehfM.krk ds Lrj esa lqèkkj djuk vkSj Lons'kh rFkk varjkZ"Vªh.krk iqjLdkj] tkiku ds Msfeax iqjLdkj rFkk .M lEiw. This award is intended to generate interest and involvement of Indian Industry in quality programmes.k rS.g .wjks dh xfrfofèk. xq . ls Hkkjrh. drive Indian products to higher levels of quality and better equip Indian organizations to meet the challenges of domestic and International markets. Food and Public Distribution in the awards presentation ceremony organized at Convention Centre. iqjLdkjksa ds ekun. x.kRkk izcèk ¼VhD. Corporate Presentation on various activities of BIS was got produced and copies of the same were sent to ROs/ BOs for their use during exhibitions.kA Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award (RGNQA) Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award was instituted by the Bureau of Indian Standards in 1991 with a view to give special recognition to the best industries. This award is an annual feature. ekud s C.k x. laxBuksa dks vfèkd l{ke cukuk gSA .kZy.krk ds izfr l'kDr psruk dk l`tu djus ds fy.oa Hkk ek C. Publicity To spread awareness of the activities of BIS among common consumers and create a strong consciousness for quality. Hon'ble Union Minister of State for Agriculture. Deming Prize of Japan and European Quality Award. x.w.ksx izkIr djuk] Hkkjrh.wjks us 1991 esa jktho xkaèkh jk"Vªh. The awards for the year 2006 were given by Shri Taslimuddin.krk iqjLdkj 'kq: fd.oa lkoZtfud forj.k ds ekè.k RkFkk lekpkj i=ksa }kjk doj dh xbZA Hkk ek C. dk.ksa esa a mudh izn'kZfu.wjks dh xfrfofèk. xq. seminars etc for promotion of activities of BIS and also for consummer awareness.e ls yksxksa dks Lo. Ñf"k ea=h] miHkksDrk ekeys] [kk| .ksa dk lkeuk djus ds fy. cktkjksa dh pqukSfr. rFkk miHkksDrk tkx:drk ds fy.ksa ij dkWiksjV izLrqrhdj. mRiknksa dh xq. Lodhi Road. The assessment criteria for these awards are based on Total Quality Management (TQM) and are at par with the criteria for other similar overseas awards. It has been designed in line with similar awards in other developed countries like Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award of USA.ZØeksa ds izfr m|ksxksa esa #fp mRiUu djuk vkSj mudk lg. xq. izpkj vfHk.ksx ds fy.ksa ds ckjs esa vke miHkksDrkvksa ds chp tkx:drk QSykus rFkk xq.k dk.A izpkj Hkk ek C. Consumer Affairs.A izeq[k fodkl rFkk ?kVuk.k FkkA bl iqjLdkj dk mís'. krk iqjLdkj ¼vkjth.krk iqjLdkj dh Hkkafr RkS.M ds le:i gSA o"kZ 2006 ds iqjLdkj Jh rLyheqíhu] ekuuh. vkSj bldh izfr. xfrfofèk.

a large number of publicity literature was distributed during the exhibitions. 9 FM-I channels and 4 FM-II channels of AIR. Sales are also done through registered booksellers numbering 202.k] ftlesa 'kkfey gSa % izxfr eSnku esa vk. x.e ls Hkkjrh.wjks us vusd esyksa esa Hkkx fy.ZØe] fofoèk Hkkjrh ds 40 jsfM. Lo. The film to promote ISI Mark and other activities were also screened during the exhibitions. ekudksa dh yhftax ls fiNys o"kZ dh 14-11 fefy.e. xfrfofèk. x.kA vkbZ.kh 1 ds dk.k ds ekè. BIS participated in a number of fairs which included: India International Trade Fair at Pragati Maidan.ky.ksa ds nkSjku fd.wjks ds fofHkUu dk.e ls a mi.kZ lEesyu ds fy.vkbZvkj ds pkj . ls izkIr jkW.h xbZA ekudksa rFkk vU. The royalty received on leasing of Indian Standards on CD-ROM was Rs 27.lkspSEk dh vksj ls izk.97 million as against Rs. dh rqyuk esa 5-16 fefy.Dliks vkfnA Hkk ek C. Blow-ups on various activities of BIS were displayed.ksx fd. MMTC Festival of Gold. activities of BIS were displayed.A Hkkjrh. miyCèk gSA lhMh-jkse ij Hkkjrh.krk lEesyu] Ñf"k .10. ds izdk'ku csps x.e ls gkWyekdZ rFkk vkbZ.k izn'kZfu.wjks dh xfrfofèk.k 202 gS] ds ekè.ksftr Hkkjrh.ksa esa 17 foØ.u #i. oLrq ij egk fo|ky.A Hkk ek C. as a complete set or Division-Council-wise sets.A o"kZ ds nkSjku jsyos LVs'kuksa ij gksfMZx a ds ekè. The all-India sales during 2006-07 were Rs 46.M dh vofèk okys nks jsfM.eVhlh Lo.YVh jkf'k dh rqyuk esa bl o"kZ 27-85 fefy.Q.kikj esyk] . QCI Quality Conclave.wjks ds xfrfofèk. ifj"knkuqlkj lSV ds :i esa yht+ ds fy.ks s LikWV Js.k x. dj jgk gSA iathÑr iqLrd foØsrkvks]a ftudh la[.kZ mRlo] f}rh. The commission earned on sale of overseas standards was Rs 5.e &1 pSuyksa rFkk .u #i.lvkbZ eqgj ij ckgjh izpkj vfHk.ksa dks nh xbZ] cM+h la[.85 million last year.qok esyk ¼fnYyh gkV½] y{ehckbZ dkWyt esa miHkksDrk vfèkdkj tkx:drk s esyk] D.50 million last year.k¡ izLrqr dh xbZ] Hkk ek C. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .u #i. dh jkf'k izkIr gqbZA 18 A number of designs were got made on BIS Hallmark and ISI Mark which were used in print media under Jago Grahak Jago campaign on all-India basis. x. Sponsorship to ASSOCHAM for Second International Gold Summit.sA fons'kh ekudksa dh fcØh ij fiNys o"kZ ds 10-50 fefy.ks LVs'kuksa] ukS . dh jkW.oa vU. rFkk 'kk[kk dk. dh rqyuk esa bl o"kZ 46-97 fefy. .k esa izpkj lkexzh dk forj. Sale of Standards and Other Publications The Bureau is selling Indian Standards and Special Publications through 17 sales outlets at Headquarter. x. Two radio spots of 20 seconds duration on ISI Mark and Hallmarking of Gold Jewellery were broadcast in Hindi and regional languages for four months from 40 stations of Vividh Bharti in category I programme. Krishi Expo. The Indian Standards are also available on CD-ROM.85 million up from the last year figure of Rs 14.16 million (excluding royalty from overseas Standards Body for fourth quarter) as against Rs.wlhvkbZ xq.ku Hkh fd. Outdoor publicity campaign on ISI Mark and Hallmarking of Gold Jewellery was also undertaken during the year through Hoardings at Railway stations.] Hkk ek C. vkèkkj ij tkxks xzkgd tkxks vfHk. 41.u #i.ksa ds izpkj ij fQYe Hkh n'kkZ.e&2 pSuyksa ls 4 ekg rd fgUnh rFkk {ks=h.w j ks ds gkW y ekdZ rFkk vkbZ.Zdykiksa ij Cyksvi iznf'kZr fd. dsUnzkas ds ekè.s ¼pkSFkh frekgh ds fy. varjkZ"Vªh.kstu] miHkksDrk tkx:drk fo"k.d iwjs lSV vFkok foHkkxh.11 million.u #i. activities of BIS were explained to the visitors.lvkbZ ekdZ .] {ks=h.wjks] eq[.] ftUgsa vf[ky Hkkjrh. for leasing.YVh ds vykok½ deh'ku ds :i eas izkIr gq. fons'kh ekud fudk. Regional and Branch Offices. Consumer Rights Awareness Festival at Lakshmi Bai College.u #i. C. izdk'kuksa dk foØ. varjkZ"Vªh. ekudksa rFkk fof'kf"V izdk'kuksa dk foØ.Hkk ek C.lvkbZ eqgj ij 20 lsd. ds Nk=ksa dk . ekud lhMh-jkse ij Hkh .k x.k FkkA gkWyekdZ rFkk vkbZ. Youth Festival of College Students on Consumer Awareness Theme (Delhi Hat).ku ds varxZr fizV ehfM. O.e ls Hkh fcØh dh tkrh gSA ns'k Hkj esa 2006&07 ds nkSjku fiNys o"kZ ds 41-85 fefy.ksa dh tkudkjh vfrfFk. Hkk"kkvksa esa izlkfjr fd.Q.lvkbZ eqgj ij vusd fMt+kbu cuk. etc.kZy.

(c) Indian Standards in Hindi (translation). it has established itself in the field as a magazine of repute.fganh xfrfofèk. existing or in the draft stage issued at home or received from abroad during the month. xq.k x.kstu eq[. tkrs gSA vkbZ. x. Meeting of Hindi Books Selection Committee was also held. Five standards were published in Hindi. 360 standards titles were translated.kA o"kZ ds nkSjku jktHkk"kk dk.lvks@tu.olk. spiced with thought provoking critical comments.krk iqjLdkj izy[k] le>kSrk s Kkiu lacèkh izy[kA gkWy ekfdZx foHkkx dh 19 LykbMksa dk vuqokn a s a fgUnh esa fd. Five departments of Headquarters were also inspected.k tkrk gSA LVsMMl bafM.kl dk .ksa ds fy.u lfefr dh cSBd Hkh vk. dh fgUnh lykgdkj lfefr cSBd esa Hkkx fy.kA ikap ekud fgUnh esa izdkf'kr fd. ekud] ¼x½ fgUnh esa Hkkjrh.k ftuesa 70 deZPkkfj. internal telephone directory.d izfrf"Br if=dk cu xbZ gSA LVsMMZ eaFkyh . During the year.ksa esa 8 fganh dk.kstu fd. all the four meetings (with a gap of 90 days between meetings) of Official Language Implementation Committee were organized at Headquarters.k a tSLks okf"kZd fjiksVZ] fo'o ekud fnol izy[k] fofHkUu fofu.k x.kA fgUnh esa ewyHkwr iqLrd ys[ku dk .a] i=] fVIi. compared and correction work was done on urgent basis.fM'ku] tks 1958 s a esa vkjaHk gqvk] ds ekè.kA fons'kh Hkk"kk. alterations and information regarding standards.uvkbZVh. Tenders.kZUo. ekud elkSnk eqnz. The Standards Monthly Additions is a small but sleek publication recording all amendments.kj fd.k¡ izLrqr dh tkrh gS]a .k.fM'ku .k x.k tkrk gS] ¼[k½ varjkZ"Vªh.d dSVykWx esa . vetted.¡ vkSj izdk'ku foHkkx esa nks ekfld if=dkvksa & LVsMMZ~l bafM. The department participated in the Ministry's Meeting of the Hindi Advisory Committee. Hindi workshop was organized for Nodal Officers/ staff at NITS. World Standards Day documents. During the year.k vkSj izorZu dk dk. reference and calculation aids. RGNQ awards documents.d] rFkk ¼M-½ dSVykWx esa lwphc) lHkh izdk'kuksa ds laxr lwpdkad dk izdk'ku foHkkx }kjk okf"kZd :i ls fd.d NksVk ijUrq a lqxfBr izdk'ku gS] ftlesa ekg ds nkSjku vkarfjd Lrj ij u. BIS has the copyright of all its publications and requests for reproducing extracts from Indian Standards are forwarded to the department.k x.k x.k elkSnk ds rkSj ij tkjh vFkok fons'k ls izkIr ekudksa ds fo"k. o`Rrksa esa ekudhdj.k iwoZ vkbZ.k x.k rFkk leh{kk izLrqr dh tkrh gSA blesa {ks= dh uohure izxfr ij izdk'k Mkyk tkrk gS] fopkjksÙkstd egRoiw.ksa@deZpkfj. lfefr us Hkksiky] gSnjkckn vkSj vgenkckn 'kk[kk dk.kuk lgk. Standards India presents a stimulating commentary and review of the standardization effort at home and abroad. 19 slides from Hall marking department were translated in Hindi.k vkfn dk vuqokn] iqujh{k. notes were translated.k Hkh fd. Highlighting as it does the very latest progress in the field. and Standards Monthly Additions. dk nkSjk fd.k a ~ Z iz.Z fd.l] uks.k esa ns'k vkSj fons'k esa ekudhdj. tkus ds fy. ekudksa ls lkj&la{ksi iqu:Rikfnr djus ds vuqjksèk foHkkx dks vxzfs "kr fd.Mk esa fgUnh dk.19 % 1999 ^iqLrdksa esa vkbZ.k x. NOIDA where 70 officials participated.Z'kkyk. Advertisements.k] feyku rFkk lqèkkj dk.k¡ jktHkk"kk laLknh.k x.¡ izdkf'kr fd.ZØe Hkh rS. Foreign Languages and Publications The department handles the projection and promotion of the standardization movement in scientific.wjks }kjk izdkf'kr Hkkjrh. Besides. industrial and business circles through two monthly journals – Standards India. Hyderabad and Ahmedabad Branch Offices. ekud C. Letters.u lfefr dh pkjksa cSBdsa ¼cSBdksa ds chp 90 fnu ds varjky ds lkFk½ dk vk.d dk. rhljs i{kdkjksa dks dkWihjkbV ds nksgu vfèkdkj lkSius a Hindi Activities The Parliamentary Committee on Official Language visited Bhopal.ksftr dh xbZ FkhA eq[. .k FkkA foHkkx us ea=ky. After technical verification and calculations based on the procedures adopted from ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 19 . A programme for Basic book writing in Hindi was also prepared. About 281 pages of translation work like Annual report. different regulations.kA blds vykok vuqokn iSUky us 40 ekudksa dks vuqokn gsrq fopkj esa fy.ky. esa fd.s 'kh"kZd 'kkfey gSa ¼d½ Hkkjrh. tkrs gSA a .kkèkhu gSA yxHkx 281 i`"Bksa dk vuqokn dk.k tkrk gSA Hkk ek C.ku ds iz{ksi.kA uksMy vfèkdkfj. and (e) Index corresponding to all publications listed in the catalogue is published annually by the department. the translation panel considered 40 standards for translation. technical.kZy.k] Vad. typed. 15 Finalized draft standards are under print.d jkspd fooj. ekud ¼vuqokn½] ¼?k½ fo'ks"k izdk'ku] lanHkZ vkSj x.¡ vk.g vc bl {ks= dh .ksa us Hkkx fy.ksftr dh xbZA o"kZ ds nkSjku 360 ekudksa ds 'kh"kZdksa dk vuqokn fd. ekudkas ds :i esa viuk.lvkbZ a cqyfVu] tks 1949 ls tkjh gS vkSj LVsMMZ~l eaFkyh .e ls oSKkfud] rduhdh] vkS|ksfxd vkSj O.ky.A 15 vafre :i fn.kA fofHkUu 'kk[kk dk. which was started in 1958. 500 pages of Press Notes.] fo|eku . new.kZ fVIif.Z fd.kA fgUnh iqLrd p.Z rRdky vkèkkj ij fd. (b) International Standards adopted as Indian Standards. A catalogue containing titles of (a) Indian Standards published by BIS updated up to the 31st December.wjks ds ikl lHkh izdk'kukas ds dkWihjkbV ¼lokZfèkdkj½ lqjf{kr gSa vkSj Hkkjrh. MOU related documents.kA yxHkx 500 i`"Bksa dh izSl uksV] foKkiu] fufonk.lvks a ekudksa ds fy. ds 5 foHkkxksa dk fujh{k.k vfHk. (d) Special publications. ekudksa dks 31 fnlEcj rd v|ru fd. Hkkjrh.Z'kkykvksa dk vk. the erstwhile ISI Bulletin which dates back to 1949.kZy.e] vkarfjd s nwjHkk"k funsZf'kdk] jktho xkaèkh jk"Vªh. Eight Hindi workshops were organized in different branch offices. x. esa lHkh la'kksèku] :ikUrj vkSj lwpuk.

ku ds varxZr yk. CMD – 8. WRO – 482.kstuk ewyr% LoSfPNd izdkj dh gS] ijUrq miHkksDrk ds LokLF. These products included Luminaries: Flood Lights. The department also facilitates interaction with countries where German or French language is spoken. Samples are also drawn from the production line as well as from market and got tested in independent laboratories to ensure their conformance to the relevant Indian Standard. izek. Indian Gas Cylinders Rules besides BIS Act . xSl flfy.eksa }kjk fd.ku . During this period 24 new products were covered for the first time under the scheme. Considerable progress was made in BIS product certification scheme during 2006-07.e ls vfuok. SRO – 580.yihth flfy. Lora= iz.½ dh mifLFkfr laxr Hkkjrh.wjks vfèkfu. x.lvkbZ eqgj ds uke ls yksdfiz. which is governed by the Bureau of Indian Standards Act.kA .k vfèkfu. ERO – 237.eks. ekud ds vuq:i mRikn dh tkap djrk gSA mRiknu LFky vkSj ckt+kj ls uewus fy.Mj fu.k {ks= esa &580] if'peh {ks= esa &482] ds. tkrs gSa rFkk laxr Hkkjrh. the department grants permission to the applicant on payment of the copyright charges.k¡] fDyfudy FkekZehVj] IykfLVd dh nwèk fiykus dh cksry] iSdstcan is.k gS os gSa .ku .k Hkkjrh.ksa tSls [kk| vifeJ. fu.d volajpuk rFkk {kerk dh miyCèkrk lqfuf'pr djrk gS vkSj fujarjrk vkèkkj ij laxr Hkkjrh.ksa ij vkèkkfjr rduhdh lR. clinical thermometers. Translation services are provided by the department for translation of technical documents. vuqokn lsok. standards and other material from various foreign languages into English and from English into French and German.A o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku igyh ckj 24 mRiknksa dks izek. cement. ekud ds lkFk mudh vuq:irk lqfuf'pr djus ds fy. Presence of Standard Mark (Popularly known as ISI Mark) on product indicates conformity to the relevant Indian Standard.ku . plastic feeding bottle.kstuk ds varxZr 'kkfey fd. etc.s mRikn gSa i'kqèku Hkkstu ds ?kVd ds :i esa ljlksa vkSj 20 CERTIFICATION PRODUCT CERTIFICATION BIS operates a Product Certification Scheme.kukvksa ds ckn foHkkx dh vksj ls vkosnd }kjk dkWihjkbV izHkkjksa ds Hkqxrku ij mls vuqefr iznku dh tkrh gSA foHkkx }kjk fofHkUu fons'kh Hkk"kkvksa ds rduhdh izy[kks]a ekudkssa vkSj s vU. Some of the items brought under mandatory certification on consideration of health and safety are LPG cylinders. Before granting licence to any manufacturer. The number of licences granted by different regions are. BIS ascertains the availability of required infrastructure and capability of the manufacturer to produce and test the product conforming to the relevant Indian Standard on a continuous basis.k x.ku .eksa ds lkFk Hkk ek C. packaged natural mineral water.fer :i ls fey jgs gSA foHkkx }kjk mu ns'kksa esa Hkh var% fØ.e ds ekè.kstuk dk izpkyu djrk gS] ftldk fu.eksa rFkk fofu.k rFkk c`gr miHkksx okys enksa ds fy. packaged drinking water. ekud ds lkFk bldh vuq:irk bafxr djrk gSA fdlh fofuekZrk dks ykblsl iznku djus ls igys Hkk ek C.ku Hkk ek C. steel tubes. Horizontal okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .¡ iznku dh tkrh gSA fofHkUu a rduhdh lfefr.k x. bls ljdkj }kjk fofHkUu oSèkkfud mik.d la[. NRO – 497. CRO – 664.ku mRikn izek. ekud C.ty] iSdstcan izkÑfrd feujy ty vkfnA o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku Hkk ek C.kiu vkSj x. x.e] 1986 vkSj blds varxZr cuk.k dh lqfoèkk nh tkrh gS] a tgk¡ teZu . it has been made mandatory by the Government through various statutory measures such as Prevention of Food Adulteration Act.ksa vkSj m|ksx ls vuqjksèk fu.e] Hkkjrh.kZIr izxfr dh xbZA o"kZ ds nkSjku 2 468 u. lkexzh ds vaxth esa vkSj vaxth ls Ýkalhlh rFkk teZu Hkk"kk zs + zs + esa vuqokn djkus ds fy.k x.Mj] lhesaV] bLikr dh ufy.k tkrk gSA mRikn ij ekud eqgj ¼vkbZ.wjks mRikn izek.wjks vfèkfu.d mRikn izek.ksx'kkyk ls mudh tkap djkbZ tkrh gSA izek. vkSj lqj{kk dks izHkkfor djus okys enksa dh . The Certification Scheme is basically voluntary in nature but for a number of items affecting health and safety of the consumer and those of mass consumption.wjks .a=.Z cuk.A ftlesa eè.k fofèk. 1986 and Rules and Regulations framed thereunder.gsrq ekxZn'khZ fl)kar* ls viukbZ xbZ izfØ.wjks a fofuekZrk ds ikl vko'. {ks= esa &664] iwohZ {ks= esa &237] mÙkjh {ks= esa &497] nf{k.kstuk esa i.fo. ykblsl ¼gkWyekfdZx a a ds vfrfjDr½ iznku fd. vkSj lqj{kk ds vkèkkj ij vfuok.k gSA buesa ls dqN enksa dks LokLF. During the year 2 468 new licences (excluding hallmarking) were granted. x.k Ýkalhlh Hkk"kk cksyh tkrh gSA ISO/GEN 19: 1999 'Guidelines for Granting Copyright Exploitation Rights to Third Parties for ISO Standards in Books'.Z izek.esa &8 iznku fd. Regular requests are received from various technical committees as well as from the industry.

ku fd. Table Wine. During the year 390 market samples were drawn by the outsourced agencies. vkla t d( [kk| ewxQyh dk vkVk ¼dksYgw ls fudkyk a x. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 21 .kksa dks cktkj ds uewus izkIr djus ds dk. izokg( ba l q y hÑr ds c y ds . BIS is outsourcing part of the surveillance inspections to the outside agencies.k gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku 11 812 fujh{k.ku . x. ik=( cq>rs gkbMªkdkcZu vkSj èkqoh. Dust Tight Ignition Proof Enclosures of Electrical Equipment.kq lajksi.kstuk ds varxZr izpkfyr ykblsal@vkosndksa dk vkdyu ykblslksa dh vofèk dh fuxjkuh ds fy. Imidacloprid 17.kstuk ds varxZr bl izdkj fy. Polyethylene/ Aluminium/ Polyethylene Composite Pressure Pipes for Hot and Cold Water Supplies. dqy Hkkjrh.s a ¼gkyekÉdx ykblslks ds lkFk½ ¼ns[ksa vkÑfr 2½A fnukad 31 ekpZ a 2007 dks izpkfyr ykblslksa dh dqy la[.d Hkkx Hkh vkmVlkslZ fd. lkWdV a s gSM dSi iaSp( nhokj ?kM+h ¼csVjh ls pyus okyh½( lkekU. laihMu izdkj ds ukyhnkj dusDVj ¼la.A Centrifugal Pumps for Clear Cold Water.k½( LoPN B.kksa }kjk 390 cktkj uewus fy.wjks us fuxjkuh fujh{k.kksa }kjk fd.k] ftlesa mRiknksa dk izek. BIS has also outsourced part of the procurement of market samples to the outsourced agents.a a izkbfeax iEi( fo|qr midj.Ms vkSj xeZ ikuh dh vkiwfrZ ds fy. Antistripping Agents (Amine type).aVh fLVªfiax . x. Due to constraint of man power.Z dk . ckal dh pVkbZ dk cksMZ( izkÑfrd feujy ty vkSj iSdtcan is.kksa dk dk.kstu ds fy. Assessment of Operative Licences/Applicants under Product Certification Scheme In order to monitor the operation of licences. iz. Glyceryl Monostreate.e laokgdksa ds fy. The total number of operative licences as on 31 March 2007 were 22 994 (including Hallmarking) (see Fig. irZ cukus okyk >kxnkj rjy lkUæ( bfeMkDyksfizM 17-8 izfr'kr .k x.jsIlhM rsy dsd( {kSfrt vdsfnzd Lo. 29 056 uewus fy. {kSfrt vidsUnzh iEi( fXyljksy eksuksfLV.A tu'kfDr dh ckèkkvksa ds dkj.k x.s x. a total number of 35 155 inspection visits were organized during the year and 29 056 samples were drawn for independent testing. Horizontal Centrifugal Self-Priming Pumps.Y. mèoZ VckZbu fefJr vkSj v{kh.y( B.k ds fy. During the year 11 812 inspections were carried out by the outsourced agencies. Azospirillum Inoculants.ku eqgj . 2). Compression Type Tubular in Line Connectors for Aluminum Conductors of Insulated Cables.k vkmVlkslZ vfHkdj. Vertical Turbine Mixed and Axial Flow for Clear Cold Water.Z ckgjh vfHkdj.s vkSj Lora= ijh{k. cgq iz.k ds èkwy jksèkh Tokyk jksèkh vkos"Vu( .l.tksLikbfjfy. Household Zigzag Sewing Machine.kh.k 22 994 ¼gkWyekÉdx ds a lkFk½ gS ¼ns[ksa vkÑfr 3½A mRikn izek.k gS] yxHkx 1 000 gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku 4 743 u.kstu tyh. Containers for Packaging of Natural Mineral Water and Packaged Drinking Water. Haxagon Socket Head Cap Screw.s o"kZ ds nkSjku 35 155 fujh{k.wjks us vkmVlkslZ fd.q f efu.8% SL. x. Wall Clocks (Battery Operated). Multipurpose Aqueous Film Forming Foam Liquid Concentrate for Extinguishing Hydro Carbon and Polar Solvent Fires. Food Grade. Adhesive for Use with Ceramic Tiles and Mosaics.s ykblsl iznku fd. Edible Groundnut Flour (expeller pressed).d thok.feu izdkj½( "kVdks. ekudksa dh la[.Ms ikuh ds fy. x.tsV ¼.wjks izek.ks x ds fy.k( fljkfed Vkbyksa vkSj ekstSd ds lkFk mi.d rarvksa s z q ds fy. Phosphate Solubilizing Bacterial Inoculants.ty s dks iSd djus ds fy. iksyh.kstd½( dkyh pk.( LoPN B.qfefu. vfHkdj.Ms ikuh ds fy. x. During the year 4 743 new licences (including Hallmarking licences) were granted (see Fig.e@ iksyh.k( ?kjsyw frjNh flykbZ okyh e'khuA Hkk ek C. vfHkdj. Black Tea.e s s lajksi.k nkSjs fd. Mustard and Rape Seed Oil Cake as Livestock Feed Ingredient.kA o"kZ ds nkSjku vkmVlkslZ fd. 3).k % ¶yM ykbV( nksgjs fljs okys fjax jSap ¼ikus½( ØaSfdr( Vscy okbu( QkWLQsV foyk.k gSA Hkk ek C.fFkyhu lfEEkJ ncko ikbi( cÙkh midj.k dks vkmVlkslZ fd.k] Hkk ek C.jsV] [kk| xzM( .s x. foyk. Double Ended Ring Wrenches (Spanners): Cranked.Y. Bamboo Mat Board for General Purpose. The total number of Indian Standards covered under BIS Certification Marks Scheme is around 1 000.fFkyhu@.

kuksa ds as ekè. tkus okys ykblsalksa dh dqy la[. China.ku fufgr gksA .k gSA vius lrdZrk vfHk. a licence can be granted for any product against an Indian Standard specifying product characteristics. Plastic Feeding Bottle. Building Hardware.qDr vjc s as a vehjkr tSls dbZ ns'kksa dks lhesV] ydM+h ds mRikn] Iyx vkSj a lkWdV vkmVysV] vkjlhlhch] lkekU. An importing unit is treated as an Indian manufacturer and licence granted and okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . Electric Water Heaters. Poland. Through its surveillance operations.ty] lkSj s piVh IysV okys laxkgd] vkWfIVdy z midj. review meetings with the licensees representing significant fields of operations are organized on a regular basis. iz. gSaA o"kZ ds nkSjku dscy] fLop]IykfLVd dh QhfMax cksrysa] . the Bureau maintains a close vigil on the quality of goods certified.kstuk pyk jgk gSA vk. In 2006-07. In this scheme. Jute.kstuk ds varxZr fn. Hkkjrh.ksftr dh xbZA a a fons'kh fofuekZrk izek. Greece. ftlls fons'kh fofuekZrk .ku fpUg .e ls C.izek.kstuk Hkk ek C. France.kstd tSls mRiknksa ds fy. Italy. RCCBs.krdksa ds fy. Zinc Sulphate. Plugs and socket outlets. ekud gsrq fdlh Hkh mRikn ds fy.kstuk ds izpkyu ds ckjs esa iqufuZo'ku s ds fy.krd bdkbZ dks Hkkjrh.ku . Hkh mRikn izek. ekud ls vuq:irk lqfuf'pr djus ds ckn mRikn ij ekud eqgj yxk ldrk gS ftlds fy. Protective helmet for motorcycle riders. Wood products.wjks izek. BIS has granted licences for various products such as Cement.ksftr dh tkrh gSA bl o"kZ a 2006&07 es a iz k Ñfrd jcj] . Pesticides. Asbestos Cement Products. Switches.ku ds vkèkkj ij pykbZ tkrh gS ftlesa fofuekZrk ml Hkkjrh. UAE. ac static watthour meter in different countries such as China.kstuk Lo&izek.kstuk esa mRikn dh fof'k"Vrkvksa okys . ekud C.pMhihbZ a ikbi] . izpkyu ds izeq[k {ks=ksa dk izfrfufèkRo djus okys ykblslèkkfj.k 65 gks xbZ gSA Hkk ek C. UPVC Pipes and Fittings. x. BIS is also operating a product certification Scheme for Indian Importers. Solar Flat Plate Collector.krk ij l[r fuxjkuh j[krk gSA Hkk ek C. PVC insulated cables.ty] s iSdstcan feujy ty] bLikr ds mRikn] ihohlh Å"ekjksfèkr dscy] . Packaged Drinking water. Hungary.wjks us phu] HkwVku] cakXykns'k] Ýkal] teZuh] xzhl] gaxjh] baMksuf'k. Optical Instruments (Various types of microscopes and binocular eyepieces).ku . France. lqj{kkRed gsyesV] bySfDVªd ikuh ds ghVj] ihohlh balqysfVM dscy] Hkou gkMZos. Indonesia. Foreign Manufacturer Certification Scheme BIS is operating a product certification scheme for foreign manufacturers. ac watthour meters and Residual Current Operated Circuit Breakers in countries like Italy. fofuekZrkvksa dh Hkkafr gh 22 Review of Certification Operation In order to acquire feedback on the operation of the BIS Certification Marks Scheme. Self-ballasted lamps for general purposes.wihohlh ikbi rFkk fQfVax bLikr ds mRikn] eksVj lkbfdy pkydksa ds fy.fer :Ik ls leh{kk cSBdsa vk.k x. Steel Products. vk. Cement. Bhutan. Germany. ykblsl iznku fd. Spain.k ¼fofHkUu iz d kj ds lw{en'khZ vkSj nwjchu vkbZihl½ fta d lYQs V ] oL=kfn vkS j oL=ks|ksx mRikn ¼twV ds vykok½ ihM+duk'kh] twV] lhesV] .k] bVyh] usiky] ikSyM] Lisu] fLoVt+jySM] la.wjks fons'kh fofuekZrkvksa ds fy. Packaged Drinking Water.wjks Hkkjrh.k tkrk gS vkSj mUgsa vU.TcsLVl lhesV mRiknks]a fctyh a ds ehVjks]a iSdtcan is.kstuksa ds CykfLVM ySEi] s IykfLVd dh QhfMax cksrys]a fDyuhdy FkekZehVj] iSdtcan is. ykblsal iznku fd. which is amenable to certification. Flameproof Enclosures. Nepal.k tk ldrk a gSa ftlesa izek.ksa ds lkFk 25 leh{kk cSBdsa vk.g .sls Hkkjrh.ku izpkyu dh leh{kk Hkkjrh.j] Tokyk jksèkh vkos"Vu] Mht+y batu vkSj iEi ds {ks=ksa dks 'kkfey djrs gq. Spain and Thailand taking the number of total licences in operation under Foreign Manufacturers Scheme to 65. The scheme operates on self-certification basis. HDPE Pipes.ku .kstuk pyk jgk gSA bl . Switzerland. Steel Products. 25 review meetings with licensees were organized covering the areas of Natural Rubber. Greece. Wood products. ykblslèkkfj. PVC Insulated Cables. mRikn izek. Textile and Textile Products (Other than Jute). mls ykblal fn. Packaged Natural Mineral water.lh LFkSfrd okWVvkj ehVj vkSj vof'k"V djaV pkfyr ifjiFk fo. fofuekZrk dh rjg gh fy. Plastic Feeding Bottles. phu] xzhl] Qzkal] Lisu vkSj FkkbySaM tSls ns'kksa dks 8 ykblsal fn.wjks mRikn dh xq.lh LFkSfrd okWVvkj ehVj tSls fofHkUu mRiknksa ds fy. Diesel Engine and Pumps. Clinical Thermometers. Energy Meters. During the year 8 licences were granted for products such as Cables.ksa a ds lkFk fu. whereby the manufacturer is permitted to apply the Standard Mark on the product after ascertaining its conformity to the Indian Standard licenced for. Bangladesh.

& . The importing unit should setup a fully equipped laboratory for testing the product for its conformity to Indian Standard.u. tk ldrs gS]a .kih vuq#irk vkdyu . After the approval is granted. b) c) bl i)fr ds varxZr .k tkrk gSA vk.wjks us jk"Vªh.u.¡ & . i) IECEE-CB Scheme BIS has been approved as Issuing and Recognizing NCB for select categories of products for which it can issue CB certificates to Indian manufacturers and the approval is valid up to 2008. tkrs gSA vuqeksnu iznku djus ds ckn a . . rhu fo'o O.g jk"Vªh.¡ vkbZbZlh }kjk fo|qr vkSj bySDVªkWfud mRiknksa uker% vkbZbZlhbZbZ & lhch] vkbZbZlhD.ku dh vkbZbZlh bZ.l½ iznku djrk gS] tks i)fr dks va'k'kksèku leFkZu nsrk gSA INTERNATIONAL SCHEMES Conformity Assessment Schemes of IEC IEC operates mainly 3 world wide conformity assessment schemes for electrical and electronic products. fo|qr midj.kstukvksa dk izpkyu fd.wjks bl . Hkkjr ds jk"Vªh.ksx'kkyk.vkbZ½ ds :i esa vkSj ekudksa ds fuèkkZj.kstuk ds varxZr 2 ykblsl lapkfyr dj jgk gSA a operated in manner similar to other Indian manufacturers.k }kjk fd.Z djrk gSA x½ . In accordance with the IEC Ex Rules. Overall system of operation is governed by Indian National Statement of Surveillance Arrangements which provides details of functions of each organization involved and also the system of the approval followed in India.k nsus ds lkFk Hkkjr eas viukbZ tkus okyh vuqeksnu dh i)fr Hkh iznku djrk gSA iii) foLQksVd okrkoj.lvkbZ }kjk fd. ¼.oLFkk fooj.eksa ds vuqlkj vkbZblh bZ.Ro ds lkFk jk"Vªh. India's Application for membership in the IEC Ex Scheme has been approved.k gSA Under this system. .k tkrk gSA i) vkbZbZlhbZbZ&lhch .krk vkdyu i)fr ¼vkbZbZlhD. ewY. iwjh lfTtr iz.w rFkk vkbZbZlhbZ.wlh funs'kky.rk nsus ds fy. approvals are granted by NAI to manufacturers. tkrs gSA a izpkyu dh lexz i)fr dk fu. varjkZ"Vªh.lVhD. fu#i.wlh dh {ks=h.ksx'kkykvksa dks .k vkSj lapkfyr fd.k ds vkèkkj ij vuqeksnu iznku fd. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 23 . ekud laxBu ¼. NPL and Regional Laboratories of STQC – Act to provide National Calibration Services (NCS) which provides calibration support to the system. lnL.g vuqeksnu 2008 rd oSèk gSA ii) bySDVªkWfud iqtksZa ds fy.y rFkk . fofuekZrkvksa dks lhch izek.a=.kstuk. iz.k tkrk gS] tks izR.ksa ds fujh{k.ulhch dks vuqeksnu fn.Ro gSA a [k½ .uih. following organizations are involved: a) BIS – Acts as National Authorized Institution (NAI) having overall responsibility of managing the system in the country and National Standards Organization (NSO) for formulation of standards. vkosnu tek fd.kstuk ¼vkbZbZlh bZ.Z djrk gS ftl ij ns'k esa i)fr ds izcèku dk iwjk nkf. vkbZbZlh xq. fudk. surveillance visits are also paid to these units by NSI. fu#i.¡ vkbZbZlh dh vuq#irk vkdyu . ekud fudk.k nkSjs Hkh fd. tkjh djus vkSj ekU. distributors and laboratories on the basis of appraisal done by NSI. BIS is operating 2 licences under this scheme.g jk"Vªh.krd bdkbZ ds a ikl Hkkjrh.wjks & .Dl fu.sls mRiknksa dh Jsf. ds :i esa Lohdkj djus ds fy.u. fuxjkuh O.A Hkk ek C.Dl . namely IECEE-CB.k Hkkjrh.ykblsl fn.sd 'kkfey laxBu ds dk. Hkkjr dk vkosnu vuqeksfnr gks x.kksa gsrq ekudksa ds izek. jk"Vªh.rk ds fy. ds :i esa Hkk ek C.k ds fy.Dl .k gSA vkbZblh bZ. BIS as the National Standards Body of India submitted the application for being accepted as National Member Body. . va'k'kksèku lsok ¼.kkYk.g ewY.k ds fy.ki= tkjh fd.lvks½ ds :i esa dk.g jk"Vªh. iii) IEC EX Scheme for Certification to Standards for Electrical Equipments for Explosive Atmospheres (IEC EX) In view of the benefits likely to accrue from the operation of the IEC Ex Scheme in India.k fujh{k. i.lvkbZ }kjk bu bdkb. STQC Directorate – Acts as National Supervising Inspectorate (NSI) having responsibility of appraisal and surveillance.ksx'kkyk gksuh pkfg.k vkSj fuxjkuh ds nkf.kstuk ds izkpyu ls izknHkqr laHkkfor ykHkksa Z s ~ dks ns[krs gq.kstuk Hkk ek C.Dl½ Hkkjr esa vkbZblh bZ.k.ksZa dk fooj. vfèkÑr laLFkku ¼.w½ bl i)fr ds varxZr Hkkjr esa izpkfyr fuEufyf[kr laxBu 'kkfey gSa % d½ Hkk ek C.vkbZ }kjk fofuekZrkvks]a forjdksa rFkk iz. ekudksa ls vius mRikn dh vuq:irk ds ijh{k.u.lvkbZ½ s ds :i esa dk.wjks esa .u. Hkkjrh.Dl .Dl . x.kstukvksa ds fy.lVhD.k gS] ftuds fy.Zo{k. IECQ and IECEx Schemes.k¡ pqUkus ds fy.kstuk Z Z esa lnL.kstuk. ii) IEC Quality Assessment System for Electronic Components (IECQ) Under the system presently operated in India.ulh.u.k ds fy.

Hkk ek C.k vkSj ijh{k.M ds ikyu ds vkèkkj ij ekU. ekud C.k lqfuf'pr djuk tkjh jgsxkA iqu% vkosnuksa esa .d pkVZMZ vfHk. jtr ykblslksa dh la[.kksa dh gkWyekfdZax .k esa yxus okyk le.k volajpuk dh fujarjrk vkSj vuqj{k. x.kksa ds gkWyekfdZx gsrq ykblslksa dh la[.k gS vkSj Hkk ek C.¡ 94-73 yk[k jghA izfr ekg gkWyekdZ dh xbZ vkSlr oLrqvksa dh la[.k ds fy.kstuk esa mYys[kuh.d a izeq[k ckèkk uewuksa ds ijh{k.k gSA vkosndksa dks Hkkjrh. this has been addressed and licence is being granted based on samples got tested by applicants from BIS approved labs. gSA a ykblsl iznku djus esa vfèkd le. izfØ.wjks dh vuqeksfnr iz.kZ vkHkw"k. The BIS Hallmarking Scheme for gold is a third party certification scheme in which the licensees can get their jewellery/artifacts hallmarked by the BIS recognized Assaying & Hallmarking (A&H) Centres.k vkSj va'k'kksèku iz.k 2005&06 esa 4-33 yk[k izfrekg ls c<+ dj bl o"kZ 7-89 yk[k izfr ekg gks xbZ gSA i. gSA iqu% cgq J`[kyk a a vkmVysV okys vkHkw"k. Hkk ek C.k 1 410 ls c<+ a a dj 31 ekpZ] 2007 rd 3 466 gks xbZ gSA blh izdkj jtr vkHkw"k.89 lakh/month in this year from 4.k@oLrq.rk izkIr a vkdyu vkSj gkWyekfdZx dsUnzkas }kjk gkWyekdZ fd.ksx'kkykvksa dh l{kerk gsrq lkekU.33 lakh/month in the year 2005-06. tk jgs gSA blls yxus okyk dqy le.lvks@vkbZbZlh 17025 ^ijh{k. Further.ksa ls izkIr QhMcSd ds vkèkkj ij bl . dks de djus ds mik.k@oLrq. 4 a a ekg ls ?kV dj 1 ekg jg x.wjks gkWyekfdZx .rk ds fy. var%fØ.oa ljyhdj.drkvks* ij a 24 NEW INITIATIVES TAKEN Simplification of Procedure for Grant of Licence – Initiative has been taken to reduce the time taken for grant of licence.k rks ykblsl iznku djus ds a fy. the Scheme has significantly grown during the year 2006-07. Further. 25 izfr'kr dh fj.qDr ifjorZu djrs gq.wjks ekun.kèkkfj. gSa vkSj fofHkUu 'kk[kk dk.wjks vfèkdkjh ds nkSjs ds LFkku ij .kSfDrdhdj.ark }kjk lR.ksa ds varxZr vkus okys cgq Ja`[kyk vkmVysVksa okys vkHkw"k.d oSdfYid ekxZ Hkh a fn.k .k fuekZrkvksa dks izFke ykblsl ds ckn vxys a vkmVysV ds fy.¡ a fey ldrh gSA dsUnzkas dks vkdyu vkSj gkWyekfdZx dsUnzkas dh a a ekU. x.d 'kk[kk dk.ksx'kkykvksa ls vkosndksa }kjk uewuksa ds ijh{k. Based on the feedback received from stakeholders. An alternate option has also been provided to the applicants to get the pre-requisite for grant of licence verified by a Chartered Engineer in place of visit by a BIS officer.d r`rh.l@vkbZ. However.ku a . tkus okys izfrekg vkSlru ykblsalksa dh la[. x. vkHkw"k. visits by BIS officers would continue to ensure continuance and maintenance of manufacturing and testing infrastructure.k x. }kjk dsUnzh.kstuk Ok"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku . The number of licences for Hallmarking of gold jewellery has grown from 1 410 on 1 April 2006 to 3 466 as on 31 March 2007. gSA ubZ ljy izfØ.kstuk gS ftlesa ykblslèkkjh dks Hkk ek C.kks@oLrqvksa ds fy.k gS rFkkfi] QyLo:i Hkk ek C.oa ljyhdj.kfir ykblsl iznku djus dh iwoZ 'krZ ikus dk .ubZ igysa ykblsal Ánku djus dh izfØ.u ls bl .k djkus ds vkèkkj ij ykblsl fn. One of the major factors which contributed towards delay in grant of licence was the time taken in testing of sample.kstuk . Similarly the number of silver licences for Hallmarking of silver jewellery / artifacts has grown from 23 on 1 April 2006 to 242 as on 31 March 2007. The average number of licences granted per month before simplification and rationalization were 16 per month. Jewellers having multi chain outlets have been permitted 25 percent discount for every subsequent outlet after the first licence. x. :i ls c<+ dj 189 izfr ekg gks xbZ gSA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku gkWyekdZ fd. ekxZn'khZ fl)kar fuèkkZfjr fd. Average quantity hallmarked per month has grown to 7. fd. yxus esa . subsequently. o`f) gqbZ gSA fnukad 1 vizSy 2006 dks Lo. Recognition is granted to Centres.wjks ds vfèkdkfj. applicants are given an option to apply either as per Normal Procedure for grant of licence or as per Simplified Procedure grant of licence.kZ ds fy. Under the new simplified procedure.k tkrk gSA Lo.rk nh tkrh gS] tks vkbZ.r dh vuqefr nh xbZ gSA Lo.kZy.k ds dk.k 1 vizSy] 2006 a a dks 23 ls c<+ dj 31 ekpZ] 2007 dks 242 gks xbZ gSA .73 lakh articles of gold jewellery/artifacts have been hallmarked during the year 2006-07.kfofèk ds varxZr bls crk.wjks }kjk ekU. i{k izek.kstuk esa vkosnu izi= esa mi.k x.kSfDrdhdj. iqu% la'kksèku fd.kZ vkHkw"k.kfofèk ds vuqlkj vkosnu djus dk fodYi fn.k 16 Fkh] tks 1 vizSy 2006 ls 31 ekpZ] 2007 dh vofèk esa mYys[kuh.k & ykblsl a iznku djus esa yxus okys le. x. the Scheme has been further modified by making appropriate changes in the application form and formulating guidelines for centralized interaction by one Branch Office with the jewellers having multi chain outlets falling under different Branch Offices. on the basis of compliance to BIS criteria for recognition of A&H centres which is based on IS/ISO/IEC 17025 'General requirements for the competence of testing and okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . which has significantly grown to 189 per month during the period 1April 2006 to 31 March 2007.kZ@jtr ds vkHkw"k.ksxnku nsus okyh .k ds ckn iznku fd.k.kZy. Lo. vko'.kfofèk vFkok ykblsl iznku djus dh ljyhÑr a izfØ.k . Hallmarking Scheme of Gold/Silver Jewellery With the implementation of the simplified and rationalized scheme for Hallmarking.k fuekZrkvksa ds lkFk .ksa }kjk fofuekZ. lkekU.kfofèk dk ljyhdj. This has significantly reduced the time period from 4 months to 1 month.kZUo. 94.

kZ vkHkw"k. 15 yk[k #. namely Jammu and Kashmir.kuk] enqjS] flyhxqMh] + lsye] eSlj vkSj eSxyksj esa fLFkr dsUnzkas dh tYnh gh cuus dh w a laHkkouk gSA f'kYidkjksa ds izf'k{k.ksa ls izR.kstu fofHkUu {ks=h.kstu bl n`f"V ls vk.kh ds jkT.k gSA gkWyekfdZax ds fo"k. the number of BIS recognized assaying and hallmarking centres has grown to 45 from 36. lgk.k dk.k x.drk. These have been organized in coordination with Indian Institute of Gems & Jewellery.ZØeksa dk vk.rk nh tk.u gkWyekfdZx dks izkRlkgu nsus rFkk bls ns'k Hkj esa QSykus esa lgk.d dsUnz dks ekU. x.rk a s nsus ds fy. Madurai.rk ls izk.ksa }kjk ns'k esa fd.k x.rk izkIr vkdyu vkSj gkWyekfdZx dsUnzkas dh la[.ksftr fd.kstuk ds varxZr pqus x. lgk. During the year. esa izpkj ns'k esa Lo.k FkkA bl vofèk ds nkSjku tkjh fd.k izcèk laLFkku] ef.kiky rFkk ekpZ 2007 esa eqEcbZ esa fd. nks izf'k{k.ZØeksa dh vè. lgk.kksa dh ykxr ds 30 izfr'kr dh nj ij vfèkdre 30 yk[k #i. In addition to the above programmes 290 advertisements were released in various newspapers across the country for spreading awareness among the consumers/jewellers about the benefits of Hallmarking Scheme. x.k fuekZrkvksa ds lkFk f'kYidkjksa ds fy.ZØeksa ds vfrfjDr ns'kHkj ds fofHkUu lekpkj i=ksa esa gkWyekfdZx .kA buesa ls dqN dk. In response to the advertisements issued during the period.ksfxd vkèkkj ij pqus x.ZØeksa dk vk.vkèkkfjr gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku Hkk ek C.kèkkfj.kikj esa izHkkoh miHkksDrk lqj{kk ds fy. 136 awareness programmes were organized during the year 2006-07 by various Regional and Branch offices across the country.kstuk ds ykHkksa ds fo"k.k O. jRu .kstuk vuqeksfnr dh xbZ FkhA .k laLFkku] eqEcbZ vkSj ef. ls fd. Siliguri.kstuk 11oha iapo"khZ. two centres one each at Visakhapatnam and Jaipur were recognized by BIS.d eq'r foÙkh.ksa ds fy.kksa dh ykxr rd 15 izfr'kr dh .k dk.k tk jgk gS fd mUgsa gkWyekfdZx . vkSj 'kk[kk dk.{k ckrphr vkSj QhMCkSd ysus ds fy. uoEcj 2005 esa nloha iapo"khZ.izfr dsUnz dh vfèkdre lhek rd e'khujh rFkk midj. Mumbai and Manipal Institute of Jewellery Management. Himachal Pradesh and Uttaranchal to one time financial assistance @ 30 percent of cost of machinery and equipment subject to maximum of Rs.kstu Hkkjrh. esa miHkksDrkvks@vkHkw"k. vkosndksa dks lHkh jkT. Under the scheme selected applicants would be given one time financial assistance @ 15 percent of cost of machinery and equipment subject to maximum of Rs. a scheme of setting up of Assaying and Hallmarking centres for gold jewellery in 35 select districts on a pilot basis with central assistance was approved by Government under the 10th Five Year plan in November 2005. izf'k{k.oa vkHkw"k. foKkiuksa ds mÙkj esa Hkk ek C. .kstuk ds varxZr ljdkj }kjk dsUnzh.k fuekZrkvksa a a ds chp tkx:drk QSykus ds fy. 30 lakhs per centre. Training for Artisans: The training programmes for artisans with jewellers are being organized with a view to make them understand the requirements of hallmarking scheme. Ludhiana. dh . Based on feedback received centres at Meerut.A calibration laboratories'. two training programmes for artisans have been organized.d eq'r foÙkh.] Hkk ek C.d & . Salem.kksa dh gkWyekfdZax dsUnzksa dh LFkkiuk dh .kiky ds lkFk a leUo.kksa dh gkWyekfdZx vkSj vkdyu dsUnzkas dks a LFkkfir djus dh . gkWyekfdZx dks izkRlkgu nsus gsrq o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku 136 a s tkx:drk dk.rk ls Hkkjr esa Lo.k % vkHkw"k.rk rd c<+k. Implementation of the Scheme for Setting Up of Gold Assaying / Hallmarking Centres in India with Central Assistance For promoting Hallmarking and help it to spread across the country. . Manipal respectively.kZ vkdyu@vkHkw"k.ks]a uker% tEew vkSj d'ehj] fgekpy izn'k vkSj mÙkjkapy dks izfr dsUnz e'khujh rFkk s midj. and Mangalore are likely to come up shortly.wjks ekU.kZ vkHkw"k.kZUo. During 2006-07.k gSA budk vk. Publicity about Hallmarking To promote hallmarking in the country for effective consumer protection in gold jewellery trade. lgk.k x.kstuk rd foLrkfjr dh xbZ gSA bl . 290 foKkiu tkjh fd.ZØeksa dk vk. Some of these programmes were chaired by the top management of BIS for direct interaction and taking feedback from the stakeholders.rk nh xbZ FkhA izkIr QhMcSd ds vkèkkj ij esjB] yqfèk. one at Manipal in January 2007 and the other at Mumbai in March 2007.¡ le>kbZ tk a ldsaA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku f'kYidkjksa ds fy.iqj esa .wjks }kjk fo'kk[kkiVue vkSj t.wjks ds mPp izcèk }kjk dh xbZA a mijksDr dk.kstu tuojh 2007 esa ef. The scheme has been extended to the 11th Five year Plan.kZy. which was further revised for locations of north-east and special category states.kstuk dh vko'. 15 lakhs per centre for all states.{krk] i. 35 ft+yksa esa Lo.kstuk dk dk.xh] ftls iwoksZÙkj ds LFkkuksa vkSj fo'ks"k Js.kiky vkHkw"k.k x. Mysore. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 25 .k 36 ls c<+ dj 45 gks xbZ gSA a dsUnzh.g .

bZ.wjksih. dh lykg ij 2006 ds nkSjku 16 'kgjksa esa .bZ.ksftr .wjks dh dk.k & miHkksDrk ekeys ea=ky. vkHkw"k.h lfefr dh 59oha cSBd esa Hkkx ysus ds fy.wjks½s .w j ks ¼ew Y .k vkSj dk.kA fo.ksxh rduhdh tkudkjh feysxh] cfYd Hkkjrh. f'k"VeaMy us le>kSrs dh LFkk.Zdkj.kstuk dks dkuwuh leFkZu nsus ds fy.k vkSj eqgjkadu ij le>kSrs dh LFkk.kksa dk cktkj losZ{k.xSj gkWyekdZ fd.k rFkk eq g jka d u ij fo.vks ds lnL. la?k ¼.suk le>kSrs ds ikyu gsrq tkjh iz. x.d ckt+kj losZ{k.k dk vk.kh lfefr ds vuqeksnu ds ckn bls Hkkjr ljdkj ds ikl vuqeksnu gsrq Hkstk x.a=.kZr esa lqfoèkk feysxhA .kZy. Membership of Association of European Assay Offices (AEAO) Based on the report of visit of Indian Delegation to attend 59th Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Convention on Control and Marking of Precious Metals and meeting of Association of European Assay Offices (AEAO) held on 18-19 September 2006 at Prague.k esa lqfoèkk feysxhA 26 Market Survey of Non-Hallmarked Jewellery– On the advice of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs. Accession to the convention will facilitate export of jewellery. 2007 – To provide a legal back up to Hallmarking scheme. Accession to Vienna Convention on Control and Marking of Precious Metals – As a part of ongoing efforts for accession to Vienna Convention the meeting of the Standing Committee of the convention was attended by an Indian delegation in September 2006 at Prague and March 2007 in Geneva. ekud C.bZ.rk ewY.k x.klksa ds .k ds fu.oku èkkrq v ks a dh gkWyekfdZx½ fofu.bZ.a=.suk le>kSrs ds vfèkxzg. 146 samples (90%) were found short in purity with average shortfall of 13.oku èkkrqvksa dh gkWyekfdZax½ fofu.Zdkfj.Lls vkfQlsl ¼. rFkk 'kq)rk dh tkap gsrq 162 uewuksa esa ls 146 uewus ¼90 izfr'kr½ vkSlru 13-5 izfr'kr dh deh vkSj 44-66 izfr'kr dh vfèkdre deh ds lkFk 'kq)rk esa de ik. Becoming member of AEAO will not only provide useful technical information but participation in Round Robin tests by Indian Assaying and Hallmarking centres will help establish the credibility of the centres and will facilitate accession to the Vienna convention by India in technical terms.wjks ¼ewY. Out of 162 samples taken and tested for purity.kksa esa Hkkx ysus ls bu dsUnzkas dh lk[k LFkkfir djus esa lgk. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .k x.s u k le>kSrs ds ikyu ls vkHkw"k. cuus ls u dsoy mi.s u k le>kSrs ij vkjksg. f'k"VeaMy ds nkSjs dh fjiksVZ vkSj 18&19 flrEcj 2006 dks izkx esa vk. cuus ds ekeys dks lS)kafrd :i ls vuqeksnu fn.A Hkkjrh. x.wjksfi.vks½ dh cSBd ds vkèkkj ij Hkkjr ¼Hkk ek C.kA ewY.e] 2007 dk a elkSnk fuèkkZfjr fd. Draft Bureau of Indian Standards (Hallmarking of Precious Metals) Regulations were formulated and after the approval of Executive Committee(EC). the matter of India (BIS) becoming a member of AEAO has been approved in principle and is being sent for Government approval after the approval of EC. were sent to Government of India for approval.66 percent.h lfefr dh cS B d es a Hkkx fy. x. vkdyu vkSj gkWyekfdZx dsUnzkas }kjk jkmaM a jksfcu ijh{k.d Hkkx ds :i esa flrEcj 2006 esa izkx esa rFkk ekpZ 2007 esa ftusok esa Hkkjrh. Hkkjrh. Hkkjrh.rk feysxh vkSj rduhdh lanHkksZa esa Hkkjr }kjk fo.k vkSj bls Hkk ek C..k x.u . vkdyu dk.oku èkkrqvksa ds fu. Draft Bureau of Indian Standards (Hallmarking of Precious Metals) Regulations. BIS is obtained.kA fy. a market survey was got conducted during the year 2006 in 16 cities.vks dk lnL.kh lfefr ds vuqeksnu ds ckn Hkkjr ljdkj ds vuqeksnu gsrq Hkstk tk jgk gSA . x.oku èkkrqvksa ds fu.e] 2007 dk elkSnk& gkWyekfdZax .5 percent and maximum shortfall of 44.kstu fd.k & fo.vks½ dh lnL. ekud C.

prestigious organizations like Directorate General Foreign Trade (DGFT).ku lsok.krk izcaèk i)fr izek.l 18001 % 2000 ds vuqlkj O. Hospitals. Food Corporation of India.kolkf.ks t uk flrEcj 1991 es a Hkkjrh.ks t uk vkbZ . x.¡ iznku djuk tkjh j[kk % d½ vkbZ.k djus okys fudk.l@vkbZ.kstuk Hkk ek C.ku@ia t hdj.l ds varxZr izfrf"Br laxBu tSls fons'kh O.k fcUnq izek.ZØeksa ds vk.k xkjaVh fuxe ¼bZlhthlh½] Hkkjr lapkj fuxe fyfeVsM ¼ch. ikliksVZ dk. Calcutta Medical Research Institute.a=.kstukvksa ds izkRlkgu gsrq a s vusd iz'kalk dk.ku . During the year.wV] Hkkjrh. Quality Management Systems Certification Scheme BIS Quality Management Systems Certification Scheme (QMSCS) as per IS/ISO 9001 was launched in September 1991 under the provisions of the Bureau of Indian Standards Act. under QMSCS.u. ekudksa ds a vuqlkj fuEufyf[kr izek.l.kZ y . gSaA o"kZ ds nkSjku D.w j ks vfèkfu. 74 Quality Management Systems Certification licences have been granted. vkSj lqj{kk izcèk i)fr izek.] vk.llh. varjjk"Vªh.llh½ .krk izcaèk i)fr izek.l 15000 % 1998 ds vuqlkj [kk|tfur gkfu fo'ys"k.kl z izcaèk eaMy] Hkkjrh.k izcèk a i)fr izek.ku . (BSNL).ku ¼.QVh½] . National Railway Museum. The Scheme continued to grow and during 2006-07.ku Hkk ek C.kZoj.ku .kstukA [k½ vkbZ.k ¼Vhvkj.uVhihlh] Hkkjrh.. FksA fofHkUu izcèk i)fr izek. Regional Passport Office.w j ks xq .wjks us izcèk i)fr. nwj la p kj fofu. Ordnance Factories. a number of appreciation programmes were conducted and presentations were also made in various organizations.krk izcèk a i)fr izek. vkSj fofHkUu laxBuksa esa izLrqrhdj.¡ gS a A bl .q è k QS D Vjh] vLirky] vkehZ csl odZ'kkWi] dsujk cSad vkSj vkaèkzk cSad dks For the promotion of various Management Systems Certification (MSC) schemes. a 25 fefy.ku . ¼Mhth.d LokLF.k vkSj Økafrd fu.ku . Export Credit Guarantee Corporation (ECGC) of India. 25 million.@jk"Vªh.ks a ds ew Y . Bhakra Beas Management Board. Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. lvks @ vkbZ b Z l h ekxZ n f'kZ d k 62 ds vuq l kj pykbZ tk jgh gS & xq . ukfHkdh fo|qr dkWIkkZsjs'ku fy-] Hkkjrh. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).ked iz k fèkdj.kstukvksa ls o"kZ ds nkSjku gqbZ vk.y½] dydÙkk esfMdy fjlpZ bafLVV~.] .k Hkh fd.y] Hkk[kM+k C.kstukA a MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION BIS continued to provide the following Certification services as per International/National standards for management systems: a) b) Quality Management Systems Certification Scheme as per IS/ISO 9001 : 2000 Environmental Management Systems Certification Scheme as per IS/ISO 14001 : 2000 Hazards Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) Scheme as per IS 15000 : 1998 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Certification Scheme as per IS 18001 : 2000 c) d) fofHkUu izcèk i)fr izek. krk i)fr.u #.ku ykblsal iznku fd.lvks 14001 % 2000 ds vuqlkj i. Canara Bank and Andhra Bank ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 27 . 1986. HAL.e] 1986 ds rgr 'kq : dh xbZ FkhA .kstuk esa o`f) tkjh jgh vkSj o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku 74 xq. NTPC.ku . [kk| fuxe] jk"Vª h . vis { kk.kikj egkfuns'kky.e.s lkekU. ekud C.kstukA vkbZ.k¡ d u rFkk iz e k.kZr _. x.kstukA x½ ?k½ vkbZ.lvks 9001 % 2000 ds vuqlkj xq.ks a ds fy.izcaèk i)fr izek.ksa ds fy.ku .e.kstu fd. The Scheme is being operated in accordance with ISO/IEC Guide 62 – General requirements for bodies operating assessment and certification/registration of quality systems. fu.vkbZ½] {ks=h. js y os laxgky. The income generated during the year from various MSC Schemes was Rs.FkhA xqq. Army Base workshops.p.w. krk iz c a è k i)fr iz e k. x.l@vkbZ.

k gSA crkbZ xbZ vko'.kZrdksa dks [kk| rFkk [kk| mRiknksa ds {ks= esa fo'ks"k dj vesfjdk rFkk . okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .k.ØsfMVsVh ¼vkjoh.yhukeZ & 97@13.e.u izek.wjks xq.k fcUnq ¼.e.llh ds ikl fons'kksa ds ykblsl gSa uker% HkwVku vkSj dkcqyA dkcqy a ds fy.s rS.g izR. the International Standard on the subject.u.k fd.w..r fd.kstuk dk fu.krk ifj"kn ls vius izR.fer ys[kk ijh{k.k gS] tks vQxkfuLrku esa fdlh laxBu dks fn.l 15000 % 1998 & ^[kk| LokLF.l LVaMMZ . The total number of operative licences as on 31 March 2007 is 1 274 (see Fig. xq.kf.s viukbZ xbZ izfØ. The process followed for certification is similar to the process of QMSCS.k.e.wlhvkbZ½ ds jk"Vªh.k x.k x.k 1 274 gS ¼ns[ksa vkÑfr 4½A Hkk ek C.k gSA . }kjk bl .kstuk dh izfØ.kstuk dk Hkh izLrko fn. The scheme is regularly audited by RvA to confirm compliance to the laid down requirements.k fcUnq ¼.lhlhih .l 15000 ds vuqlkj .wjks xq.k x.ku ds fy.k. ds led{k gSA 31 ekpZ a s s 2007 ds vuqlkj .wlhvkbZ us 2006&07 ds nkSjku Hkk ek C.ku gSA Hkk ek C.wjks }kjk vkbZ. BIS is further taking up with QCI to include additional scope sectors in their accreditation certificate.wjksi tSls ns'kksa dks fu.krk i)fr izek.M MsoyiesV lfoZlt+ dks a s iznku fd. fuxjkuh ys[kk ijh{k.g .drkvksa ds ikyu dh iqf"V ds fy.M vyksu .u eaMy ¼.l dk izR.k fd.kA [kk|tfur gkfu fo'ys"k.u Hkk ek C.k.u ds vykok] Hkk ek C. Besides RvA accreditation.kZr ds ekeyksa esa enn djsxhA Hkk ek C.lhlhih izek. vkjoh.l ds fy.k rFkk fu.k rFkk Økafrd fu. izFke fuxjkuh ys[kk ijh{k.l ds fy. 4).k xq. izek.lhlhih½ [kk|tfur gkfu fo'ys"k.k fu.k¡ rFkk ekxZn'khZ fl)karks* ij vkèkkfjr gS tks rduhdh :i ls dksMDl a s .ku fudk.p.kA fnukad 31 ekpZ 2007 dks dqy izpkfyr ykblsalksa dh la[. Netherlands for 23 major economic activities.k i)fr gSA .w.ksa ds fy.wjks D. BIS also offers a standalone HACCP Certification Scheme as per IS 15000.krk izcaèk i)fr izek. foKku & . Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Certification (HACCP) Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a process control system designed to identify and prevent microbial and other hazards in food production. dgk x.A vkjoh.e.wjks D.k tk ldrk gS vkSj . tksf[keksa dk irk yxkus vkSj mUgsa jksdus ds fy.kj dh xbZ .lhlhih½ [kk|kUu mRiknu esa lw{ethoh rFkk vU.dhÑr xq.ku .chlhch] D. jkM owj . Under the HACCP Integrated Quality Management Systems Certification Scheme 67 certified companies were in operation as on 31 March 2007.k. xq.k x.chlhch½ }kjk fd.lvks 9001 % 2000 }kjk izekf.kstukvkssa dk izR.k tkus okyk .u 22 fnlEcj 2005 ls izHkkoh gqvk gS vkSj 21 fnlEcj 2008 rd oSèk gSA Hkk ek C.wjks D. QCI had undertaken first surveillance audit for BIS QMS during 2006-07.ksx iwjh [kk|kUu J`[kyk& mRiknd ls vafre a miHkksDrk rd fd.w.k tkrk gSA 28 have been certified by BIS for ISO 9001 : 2000. izR.u. RvA had undertaken the surveillance audit for BIS QMS during the period 1-5 May 2006.k tSlh gSA .k¡ izpkfyr FkhaA izek.wjks D.p.ku .ku .u Hkh 9 vkfFkZd {ks=ksa ds fy.kr fd.g .p. BIS QMSCS has also been accredited by National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) of Quality Council of India (QCI) for 9 economic sectors. HACCP can be applied throughout the food chain from primary producer to final consumer. This scheme is based on IS 15000 : 1998 'Food Hygiene – HACCP Systems and Guidelines' which is technically equivalent to the Codex Alimentarious Commission Standard ALINORM – 97/13A.wjks }kjk vkbZ.kstuk vkbZ .w.Hkk ek C.lhlhih dk mi. NABCB. izR. BIS QMSC has licences from overseas as well namely.lhlhih i)fr.d LVS.k tkrk gSA vkjoh.wjks }kjk Hkkjrh. }kjk 1&5 ebZ 2006 ds nkSjku Hkk ek C. Accreditation of BIS Quality Management Systems Certification Schemes BIS Quality Management Systems Certification has been accredited by Raad voor Accreditatie (RvA).U=.U=.p. {ks= 'kkfey djus ds fy. The licence at Kabul has been recently granted to the Afghanistan Reconstruction & Development Services which is the first ever such certificate granted to any organization in Afghanistan.k. This scheme will help the exporters in the field of food and food products especially for export to the countries like USA and Europe.½] uhnjySM }kjk a izR.kstuk ds rgr 67 dEifu. Bhutan and Kabul.k gSA . ykblsl dks gky gh esa vQxkfuLrku a fjdaLVªD'ku .d izfØ.U=.krk ifj"kn ¼D. Hkkjrh.kstuk fu.p.k fd.krk izcaèk i)fr izek.ki=ksa esa vkSj vfèkd fo"k. x.llh. The accreditation has been effective from 22 December 2005 and is valid upto 21 December 2008.slk igyk izek.ku .p.ku dks 23 izeq[k vkfFkZd xfrfofèk.krk i)fr izek.fyesVfj.

kstuk dk izpkyu vkbZ.ku . During the year. varjkZ"Vªh.k] a oS|qr fctyh rFkk nwj&lapkj dscy] isVªkfy. which the organization can control and over which it can be expected to have an influence.l ykblsl iznku fd.k gSA izy[k s ys[kkijh{k.chlhch ds lkFk iwjk fd.g izek.d LokLF.u] jsyos oSxu odZ'kkWi] [kuu tSls izkS|ksfxdh {ks= 'kkfey gSA a bZ.ku . ekud gS tks fo'oO. BIS has adopted this International Standard as IS/ISO 22000 : 2005.s x.kstuk cuk ldrk gS] vkSj izcèk dj ldrk gSA o"kZ ds a nkSjku 31 ekpZ 2007 rd 9 vks. rFkk lq j {kk iz c a è k i)fr iz e k.ku 'kq: fd. xq.Z .ku . electrical and telecommunication cables. 9 OH&SMS licences have been granted making a total of operative licences to 33 as on 31 March 2007.k izcUèk i)fr izek. During the year.fU=r dj ldrk gS vkSj vius deZpkfj. cycle industry.u. rFkk lqj{kk blds dk.k ftlls laxBu fdlh dh dkuwuh vko'. ij vkbZ. The licences cover technology areas like thermal power plants. health services and employee development centre.e fjQkbujh] dhVuk'kd s rFkk vkS|ksfxd rFkk foLQksVd jlk. It may be mentioned that IS 18001 is the first National standard world wide on the subject which is amenable to certification.ksa a ¼.kolkf.kZoj.l@vkbZ.k tkrk gS fd bl fo"k. plan and manage a policy and objectives.e.e.kstuk vizSy 2007 ls djus dh gSA O.s] ftlls a 31 ekpZ 2007 dks izpkfyr ykblslksa dh la[.k x.chlhch esa vkosnu fd.ks t uk Hkk ek C.wjks }kjk vkbZ. 20 EMS licences have been granted making a total of operative licences to 124 as on 31 March 2007. in January 2003. aeronautical industries. insecticides. x.k c<+ dj 124 gks xbZA bu ykblslksa esa . Hkkjrh.kstuk.drkvksa vkSj [krjksa vkSj tksf[keksa ds ckjs esa lwpuk dks è.sjksukWfVd a a m|ksx] ijek. These licences cover technology areas like integrated steel plants.g mYys[k fd. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 29 . vkdyu@xokgh ys[kk ijh{k.dhÑr bLikr la.ku ds vèkhu gSA ubZ iz c a è k i)fr iz e k. taking into account legislative requirements and information about significant hazards and risks.k gS rFkk dk. plastic.Zdykiksa ls izHkkfor gS] ds fy.u. ifjHkkf"kr dj ldrk gS] .p.kZy.l izek.l 18001 % 2000 ds vuqlkj vks. construction. Document audit has already been completed with NABCB and office assessment/witness audit is being planned for April 2007. mining etc.ku .lvks 14001 ds vuqlkj 'kq: dh xbZ i.e. atomic power stations.l 18001 .wjks us tuojh 2003 esa vkbZ .aM. lsok vkSj deZpkjh fodkl dsnz tSls izkS|ksfxdh {ks= a 'kkfey gSA a .k dh .Mksa ds vuqlkj fd. continues to be popular.ku .krk ifj"kn ds .¡ d½ [kk| lqj{kk izcèk i)fr. dqy izpkfyr ykblslksa dh la[.aM. to protect its employees and others.rk tkjh a gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku 20 bZ. lvks 22000 ds izdk'ku ls Hkk ek C.kstukvksa ds izR.kq ÅtkZ LVs'ku] oL=kfn] IykfLVd] lhesV] fuekZ.k tkrk gSA Hkk ek C.e. cement. ekun. which essentially enables an organization to define.s ftUgsa laxBu fu.i. textiles. The EMS Certification Scheme is operated as per International criteria laid down in ISO/IEC Guide 66.l@vkbZ.l.p. New Management Systems Certification Schemes a) With the publication of ISO 22000 on Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS).=] fljsfed m|ksx] lkbfdy m|ksx] xSl ikoj a LVs'ku] LokLF.k dk dk.Q.kstuk Hkkjrh.=] .e. whose health and safety may be affected by the activities of the organization.l½ ij vkbZ .s uhfr rFkk y{. ekud dks vkbZ. BIS has applied to NABCB of QCI for accreditation of its EMS Certification Scheme.l izek.lvks@vkbZbZlh ekxZnf'kZdk 66 esa cuk. ekud C. Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Certification Scheme BIS launched Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OH&SMS) certification as per IS 18001 : 2000. railway wagon workshops.l. thermal power plants.ku j[krs gq. industrial and explosive chemicals.l.k.u ds fy. yksxksa] ftudk LokLF.wjks us bl varjkZ"Vªh.k 33 gks xbZA bu ykblslksa esa a a FkeZy ikoj la.lvks 22000 % 2005 ds :i esa Environmental Management Systems Certification Scheme The Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Certification Scheme launched by BIS as per IS/ISO 14001.kZoj.ksa rFkk vU.wjks us viuh bZ.l½ dh yksdfiz.s l k iz F ke jk"Vª h .e. ceramic industry.kih gS] .e.l ykblsl iznku djrs a gq. gas power station. petroleum refinery.k izcèk i)fr ¼bZ.=] FkeZy ikoj la.l izek.

gSA a [k½ Hkk ek C. uhfr rFkk mís'.kZUo.kl djrs gSA a Hkk ek C. lHkh izy[kksa dk fodkl fd. Mumbai.k gSA Hkkjr ljdkj us Hkk ek C.ksa dks lqn`<+ cukus ds fy.e. gSA o"kZ 2006&07 esa 8 LFkkuksa ij 2 vkmVlkslZ dh xbZ .iqj esa igyh ckj Hkk ek C.lvkbZ eqgj ds nq#i. izek. Chennai.wjks us yksd lsok laxBuksa ds fy.ksa dh LFkkiuk dh vko'.viuk. Hkh izek. x.wjks dh ekud eqgj dk nq#i.lvkbZ a eqgj dh c<+rh ekax ds lkFk vkbZ. Kolkata.p. nLrkostksa ds lkFk vkosndksa ds fy.krkiw. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .wjks }kjk izk.ksa esa ls . Government of India has identified 10 departments for certification against IS 15700 : 2005 from BIS.k x.k ls fuiVus ds fy.l@vkbZ. BIS has formulated IS 15700 : 2005 on Service Quality for Public Service Organizations. fcuk vius mRiknksa ij a vkbZ. .lvkbZ eqgj dk nq#i.kj gSA x½ lwpuk lqj{kk izcèk i)fr ¼vkbZ. The Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) as per IS/ISO 27001:2005 provides a model for establishing. vusd dne mBk.k s gS vkSj vc .wjks ekud eqgj ds nq#i.krk esa lqèkkj ykus ds mís'. ekxZn'khZ fl)kar fuèkkZfjr fd. The standard has been specifically designed for public service organizations with the ultimate objective of focusing on Government – citizen interface and improves quality of public service delivery.lvkbZ a eqgj yxkdj miHkksDrkvksa dks èkks[kk nsus dk iz.qDr fd.krk ij vkbZ.¡ Hkh c<+ jgh gS] D.ku .ksa dks fu.Q.ksfxd ifj. c) izorZu xfrfofèk.l eqgj okys mRiknksa dks vfèkd izkFkfedrk nsrs gSA vkbZ.lhlhih i)fr dh rqyuk esa FkksMh vfèkd O.k x.drkvksa vkSj lwpuk lqj{kk ds fy.l.ulhvkj½] eqEcbZ] psUubZ] dksydrk] gSnjkckn] vgenkckn] cSaxyksj vkSj t.wjks ls a ykblsl izkIr fd. The menace of misuse of the BIS Standard Mark is an area of prime concern for BIS and several steps have been initiated to strengthen the enforcement activity of BIS to curb this menace.k¡ Hkk ek C. esa Hkk ek C.wjks us .k gSA .g ekud varr% ljdkj vkSj ukxfjd varjki`"B ij è. namely. Ahmedabad.ksa vkSj vU. maintaining and improving an Information Security Management System which encourages its users to emphasize the importance of understanding an organizations information security requirements and need to establish policy and objectives for information security. has developed guidelines. ls yksd lsok laxBUkksa ds lkFk fof'k"V :i ls vfHkdfYir fd.ksx djus okyh QeksZa ij 212 izorZu Nkis MkysA bu Nkiksa 30 ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES The BIS Standard Mark (ISI Mark) has a good brand image as the consumer is inclined towards quality products.d ekWMy iznku djrk gS] tks blds iz. Hkk ek C.e. dh xq.e. BIS has also launched certification schemes for FSMS and has formulated guidelines for applicants and other documents for FSMS certification.l mRiknksa dh rqyuk esa vkbZ.ksfd èkks[ksckt fofuekZrk Hkk ek C.ksDrkvksa dks .wjks izek. In this regard BIS.wjks ds izorZu xfrfofèk.wjks ds fy.d vPNh Nfo gSA vr% miHkksDrk vkSj lkFk gh laxfBr Øsrk xSj&vkbZ.d laxBu dh lwpuk lqj{kk vko'.g i)fr [kk| J`[kyk ds vanj vkus okys lHkh a laxBuksa dks [kk| lqj{kk Ácaèk i)fr dk.wjks us iwjs Hkkjr esa Hkk ek C.ku gsrq 10 foHkkxksa dks pquk gSA .¡ vkjaHk dh gSa vkSj .wjks us ekxZn'khZ fl)karks]a tkap lwfp. National Capital Region (NCR).u] fuxjkuh] j[k&j[kko vkSj lqèkkj ds fy. two outsourced agencies were appointed for 8 locations.k] ftuds uke gSa jk"Vªh.u dh vuqefr nsrh gS vkSj .l½] vkbZ. Bangalore and Jaipur as a pilot project for the first time in BIS to provide the information about the manufacturers who are misusing the ISI Mark on the product without having the licence from BIS.wjks ls 15700 % 2005 ds fy. rS. Hyderabad.drk dks le>us ds egRo ij cy nsrk gSA b) This system is designed to allow all types of organizations within the food chain to implement a food safety management system and is a little more comprehensive compared to HACCP system. fcuk ?kfV.ksx dh ?kVuk Hkk ek C.lvkbZ eqgj½ dh xq. implementing.kstuk. During the year BIS has carried out 212 enforcement raids all over India on firms misusing the BIS Standard Mark. the consumer as well as the organized purchaser is giving preference to the ISI marked products over non-ISI products. jktèkkuh a {ks= ¼.tsfl.l izek.lvks a 27001 % 2005 ds vuqlkj lwpuk lqj{kk izcaèk i)fr dh LFkkiuk] dk.d gS vkSj bl leL. Therefore.ku gsrq vU.ksx dh ?kVuk.g izek.kZ mRiknksa ds izfr >qdko j[kus okys miHkksDrkvksa ds chp .l 15700 % 2005 fuèkkZfjr fd. lsok xq.wjks ls ykblsl fy. izeq[k fpark ds fo"k.kstuk vkjaHk dh xbZ rkfd mu fofuekZrkvksa ds ckjs esa tkudkjh nh tk lds tks Hkk ek C.kid + gSA Hkk ek C.k gSA bl fo"k.ksx dj jgs gSA a o"kZ ds nkSjku Hkk ek C.l ds fy.l. monitoring.kZUo.ku dsfUnzr djus .l. With the growing demand of ISI marked the instance of misuse of ISI Mark is also on the rise as the unscrupulous manufacturers are trying to cheat the consumers by producing sub-standard products with ISI Mark without obtaining then licence from BIS.Q.ku eqgj ¼vkbZ. checklist and all other documents and is ready for certification.k Lrj ds mRiknksa ij vkbZ.ku ds fy.g .oa yksd lsok iznk. In the year 2006-07.

¡ ewy :i ls xSj&okf.ksa esa fd.kZ. confidentiality of samples is maintained right from their receipt in sample cell till the issuance of test reports. During the year.kstuk ds varxZr QSDVjh vkSj ckt+kj ls fy.wjks us eq[. LFkkfir fd. Plywood and block board. ty] lhes a V ] ihohlh balqysfVM dscy] IykboqM vkSj CykWdcksMZ] i'kq vkgkj] ihohlh ikbi] .k ds nkSjku uewus dh izkfIr dh frfFk ls mldh xksiuh.e ls èkks[ksckt fofuekZrkvksa ds fo#) miHkksDrkvksa ds chp tkx:drk iSnk djus ds mís'.ksa esa vfHk. fn.qDrksa ds fo#) U.k ds fy.rk ijh{k.kZy. The names of such manufacturers alongwith brand names which are being used buy them on the spurious products are also being mentioned in the press releases. etc. switches/ sockets. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 31 . PVC Pipes.ksx'kkyk.k gSA miHkksDrk laxBuksa vkSj rRdkyhu fofuekZrk la?kksa ds lkFk bl mís'.ky.k ds ekè.ksx'kkyk.k¡ tkjh dh gSa] tks vkbZ. PVC Insulated Cables. tks vkbZ. vkSj vius dk.k vkfnA izorZu ekeyksa ds 'kh?kz izlalkèku ds Hkh iz.ksx djrs gSaA During these raids. x.k dh izfØ. ls cSBdksa dk vk.yihth LVks o ] Qq V feDlj] fLop@lkWfdV] cYc] iEi vkSj vU. iz.k x.ksa dks iznku dh tkrh gSA ijh{k.s fofuekZrk udyh mRIkknksa ij dj jgs gSa] dk Hkh mYys[k izsl foKfIr. LPG Stoves. Efforts are also being made for timely processing of the enforcement cases and consequent launching of the prosecutions against the offenders in the Courts.kstu fd.ksx'kkyk lsok.lvkbZ eqgj ds nq#i.k x. The test reports of the samples so drawn are provided to the concerned branch offices of Bureau after testing in accordance with the corresponding Indian Standards and as directed by the branches.kid dojst nsrs gq.k fjiksVZ ijh{k. food mixers.ksa ls ns'k Hkj esa fizaV rFkk bySDVªkWfud ehfM.k x. x. various spurious products including many household products were seized such as Packaged Drinking Water.ksx djrs gSaA bu fofuekZrkvksa ds uke ds lkFk muds czkaM uke] ftudk mi.k x. funs Z ' kkuq l kj la c a f /kr 'kk[kk dk.kstu vkjaHk fd. Meetings are also organized with the consumer organizations and then manufacturers associations with an objective not only to educate them about the misuse of the ISI Mark but also with an intention to get information about the manufacturers who are misusing the ISI Mark. esa vusd izsl foKfIr.ksx . During the process of testing.ku . x.lvkbZ eqgj dk nq#i.ksx ds ckjs esa f'kf{kr djus ds lkFk mu fofuekZrkvksa ds ckjs esa tkudkjh Hkh nh tk.kfT.ky.wjks ds i{k esa 36 izorZu ekeyksa dk fu.k gSA Hkk ek C. gSaA o"kZ ds nkSjku Hkk ek C.kZy.¡ gS vkSj bUgsa uewuksa ds Lora= ijh{k.bulbs. x. BIS has also issued a number of press releases about the enforcement raids from Headquarters and its Offices all over the country for giving wide coverage by both the print and electronic media with the intention to create awareness among the consumers about the unscrupulous manufacturers who are misusing ISI Mark .pumps and other Electrical Appliances.wjks dh iz.lvkbZ eqgj dk nq#i. izorZu Nkiksa ds fo"k.ds nkSjku fofHkUu udyh mRikn] ftuesa vusd ?kjsyw mRikn 'kkfey gS] tCr fd. Cattle Feed. ls O.wjks mRikn izek. fo|qr midj.k gS] ftUgsa Hkk ek C.kl fd.k ds ckn 'kk[kkvksa }kjk fn.k. Cement.k fjiksVZ tkjh gksus rd cukbZ j[kh tkrh gSA LABORATORY SERVICES BIS laboratories are basically non commercial laboratories and have been set up for independent testing of samples which are drawn both from factory and market under BIS product certification scheme. tSls iSdst ca n is .k gS fd mUgsa vkbZ.k tkrk gSA uewuksa dh ijh{k.d iz. 36 enforcement cases have been decided in favour of BIS. gSa rFkk blds QyLo:i vfHk.¡ Hkk ek C.

kZ dk.lMh ckj] iSdtcan is.kid ijkl ij 30 750 ds y{. BIS laboratories are providing testing facilities in the field of chemical. mechanical and electrical disciplines. Patna and Guwahati.ksa vkSj rduhdh dkfeZdksa us vk.krk ijh{k.ksx'kkykvksa dks vkbZ .kA iii) vf/kdkfj.ty] . gSA a xq.k ds rqyuk esa vc 136 gSA vkÑfr 5 esa fiNys 4 o"kksZa ds fy. Chennai.krk a vk'oklu foHkkxksa }kjk fu"ikfnr vU.y.l a vks@vkbZ bZ lh 17025 % 2005 dh vko'. BIS laboratories issued 26 945 test reports against a target of 30 750 covering a vide range of products inspite of constant depletion of manpower. Out of eight laboratories.k . Mohali. and Concrete Cubes.k ifj.k dk.k x. six laboratories of BIS are NABL accredited. dh rqyuk esa 26 945 ijh{k.Z bl izdkj gSa % i) xq. izoh.ksx'kkyk esa vkarfjd va'k'kks/ ku lsok. UPVC Pipes.k 180 dh LohÑr la[.¡ iznku djrh gSA jklk.krk vk'oklu xfrfof/k.ZØeksa esa Hkkx fy. In order to keep pace with the work load in terms of variety and quantity.¡ .ZØe ds varxZr 5 izfr'kr uewuksa dk xq. BIS laboratories participated in Proficiency testing programmes for products such as Steel tubes.k dk. Central Laboratory at Sahibabad has also an electrical calibration section to provide in-house calibration services. Packaged Drinking Water.wihohlh ikbi] th. Mumbai.ky. 5.ksx'kkykvksa us yxkrkj ?kVrh tu'kfDr ds ckotwn mRiknksa dh O.y izR.ksx'kkykvksa us bLikr V~.kkeksa dh fo'oluh. j[krs gq. fofHkUu dk. Kolkata.kA The first BIS laboratory was set up at BIS Headquarters at Manak Bhavan in 1963. its own laboratories at Sahibabad. Officers & technical personnel participated in the following training programmes : Auditing techniques and requirements as per IS/ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Estimation of measurement of uncertainty ii) Hkk ek C. Hkk ek C.d vfoHkkT.wjks dh lHkh iz.l@vkbZ .kaf=d vkSj fo|qr fo"k.Z gSA Hkk ek C.r gSA lHkh iz.wjks iz.¡ jlk. the laboratory activity continued to expand over the years and BIS established in phases.wjks dh vkB iz.lvks@vkbZblh 17025 % 2005 ds vuqlkj ys[kk&Ikjh{kk Z rduhdsa vkSj vis{kk. The output in BIS Laboratories for the last four years is depicted in Fig.k fjiksVZas tkjh dhaA ijh{k. Hkkx ds :i esa fd.drkvksa ds vuqlkj mudh xq.wjks iz.c] iz'kj dqdj] Iyx .krk vk'oklu ijh{k.ksx'kkyk dh lfØ. iz.k% vkbZ.wjks dh iz.kke n'kkZ.krk izc/k i)fr.k esa layXu ijh{k. At present.k tkrk gSA lkfgckckn esa fLFkr dsUnzh.ksa ds {ks= esa ijh{k. The strength of testing personnel involved in the testing is now 136 against the sanctioned strength of 180.krk vk'oklu ijh{k. Quality Assurance Activities Quality Assurance is an important activity in all BIS laboratories to ensure the credibility of test results.k fd. The various other functions performed by the Quality Assurance Departments during the year are as under: i) Approximately 5 percent samples were tested under Quality Assurance testing programme to verify the accuracy of the test results as reported. GLS Lamps.k dkfeZdksa dh la[. HSD Bars. .k¡ xq.ksa ds vuqlkj cuk.ksx'kkykvksa ds ijh{k.wjks iz.ksx'kkykvksa esa [kk| ijh{k.u] .ksx'kkyk dh LFkkiuk 1963 esa ekud Hkou fLFkr eq[.ksx'kkyk.d fo|qr va'k'kks/ku vuqHkkx Hkh gSA mRikndrk o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku] Hkk ek C.k gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku xq. iz.k x. esa dh xbZ FkhA fdLe vkSj ek=k ds lanHkZ esa dk.p.ksx'kkykvksa dh LFkkiuk dh gSA orZeku esa Hkk ek C. x. All the laboratories have aligned their Quality Management System inline with the requirements of IS/ISO/IEC 17025 : 2005.k x.krk vk'oklu Hkk ek C.oa w s lkWdV] . Bangalore.d egRoiw.ZØe esa Hkkx fy.¡ vfuf'prk ds ekiu dk vkdyu ii) iii) 32 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .ksftr fuEufyf[kr ijh{k. Plug & Socket.k dk.ZHkkj ds lkFk xfr cuk.ksx'kkykvksa ds ifj.l s s ySEi] vkSj dkWUØhV D.ksx'kkykvksa esa ls N% iz. Pressure Cooker.kf.wjks iz. Productivity During the year 2006-2007.u.¡ iznku djus ds fy.rk vkus okys o"kksZa esa c<+rh jgh gS rFkk Hkk ek C.wjks us lkfgckckn] eqEcbZ] psUubZ] dksydrk] cSXkyksj] eksgkyh] iVuk vkSj xqokgkVh esa a iz.wc vkfn tSls mRiknksa ds fofHkUu izkpyksa ds fy.ksx'kkyk.rk lqfuf'pr djus dk .k lsok.igyh Hkk ek C. Food testing is an integral part of the chemical laboratories.ch.fud iz.

equipments to the tune of Rs.ZØe esa LFkk.ksa }kjk mi. BIS Lab Recognition Scheme BIS Laboratory recognition scheme is operated by Central Laboratory to support the operation of product certification scheme for testing of samples drawn from factories and markets.wjks dh fofHkUu iz.r ds okLrfod dkj.k esa Hkk ek C.k dk fo'ys"k.kA ijh{k. Hkk ek C. dsnzh. lHkh uewuksa dh lHkh ijh{k.wjks iz. ds vuqlkj Hkk ek C.k fd.ksx] a le. x.k tkrk gSA mRikn ijh{k.ksx'kkyk ekU. vkSj iSls dh cpr gksrh gSA Hkk ek C.yihth a a LVkso] dscy vkSj dUMDVj] iSdstcan is.wjks iz.qDr lq/kkjkRed rFkk fuokj.iv) f'kdk.k tk jgk gSA Hkk ek C.kiu gsrq vkarfjd ys[kk ijh{k.ksa esa .Q Qkbysa {ks=h. dh dher ds midj.Z. .kstu fd. Rs 175 million for modernization.yvkbZ.k ij izf'k{k. volajpuk dk fodkl fd.k lqfo/kk. Modernization and Upgradation of Test Facilities In the modernization programme.kstuk ds izpkyu dks leFkZu nsus ds fy. To strengthen and inter connect all the BIS laboratories. Such recognized laboratories are utilized in the event of higher testing loads or ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 33 .wjks ds egkfuns'kd }kjk fy.k ij izf'k{k. Hkk ek C.¡ iznku djus ds fy.k esa dEI.k lqfo/kkvksa dk fodkl volajpuk l`tu@lq/kkj bl izfØ.kZy. the standing committee had approved approx. x.kZ dk. Cables and conductors.k tkrk gSA mDr ekU. packaged drinking water. Food colour etc.k x.k lqfo/kkvksa dk vk/kqfudhdj.ksa ds nq#i.kstukvksa ds lR. rFkk mudh laLFkkiuk ds fy.rk .ksx'kkykvksa dh usVofdaZx l{ke lsok.wjks iz. . x.k dk.k¡ dh tkrh gS vkSj mudh fuxjkuh dh tkrh gSA bl xfrfof/k dk Hkh lq/kkjkRed@fuokj.uvkbZlh ds lkFk ppkZ.ku .ksftr cSBd esa Hkk ek C. Based on the decision taken by Director General.ty] [kk| jax vkfn ds mRikn ijh{k.k vkSj v|ru cukuk vk/kqfudhdj.k dk dk. 1 Crore have already been ordered by various BIS Laboratories and infrastructure is being developed for their installation. Networking of BIS Laboratories A number of computers and accessories have been installed at BIS laboratories to provide efficient services.d oLrq.ksx'kkykvksa ds izeq[kksa ds lkFk vk.ks@ vkosndksa ds fy.h lfefr us vk/kqfudhdj. fuEufyf[kr ij dsfUnzr yxHkx 175 fefy.kkRed dkjZokb.ksx'kkykvksa esa cM+h la[.kZy.kkRed dk. with focus on: Completion of test facilities where partial test facilities exist Upgradation of test facilities Development of new test facilities Creation/improvement of infrastructure In this process.k djk.k fof/k.k fjiksVZs Ldsu dh tkrh gaS] rFkk budh ihMh.wVj vkSj lgk. a iz. discussions are on with NIC to develop and install Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS).k dk.ksa vkSj ckt+kjksa ls fy.ksx'kkykvksa dks ijh{k.¡ gSa ogk¡ ijh{k. BIS laboratories organized several training programmes for the benefit of BIS licensees/applicants in the year 2006-07 in the fields of LPG stoves.wjks dh lHkh iz.k ds fy.d#irk ykus ds fy.k dk. . Hkk ek C.ZØeksa dk vk.¡ LFkkfir dh xbZ gSA Hkk ek a C.rk dk izpkyu fd.rsa izkIr gksrh gS rks f'kdk.ksxk'kkykvksa }kjk 1 djksM+ #i.krk vk'oklu xfrfof/k.kksa ds Ø. all the test reports for samples being tested by BIS Laboratories are scanned and pdf files placed on the BIS server for use by the ROs/BOs.ks'kkykvksa }kjk o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku ykblsl/kkfj.wjks a loZj ij Mkyh tkrh gSA blls fjiksVksZa dh gkMZ izfr.wjks iz.ks@'kk[kk dk.rk izkIr iz.ZHkkj vf/kd iv) Complaint handling is also one of the important functions performed under quality assurance activities. Whenever complaints are received.ZØe ijh{k. dks vuqeksnu fn. This has led to saving of time. money and misuse of hard copies of the reports.k lqfo/kkvksa dk mUUk.ksx'kkykvksa }kjk tkaps x. fu. uewuksa ds ijh{k.l½ a dh LFkkiuk ds fy.ksZa esa ls .u ubZ ijh{k.kns'k fn.kZ. This activity is also subjected to internal audit for verification of corrective/preventive action plans. Hkk ek C.wjks iz. dk.ksx'kkyk lwpuk izc/k i)fr ¼.wjks iz.ksx'kkykvksa dks lqn`<+ cukus vkSj vkil esa tksMus ds + fy. BIS during the meeting of the Heads of all BIS Laboratories on 20 May 2006.ksa ds varxZr fu"ikfnr egRoiw.k tkrk gS vkSj mi.uvkbZlh }kjk iz.kstuk QSDVfj.k lqfo/kkvksa dks iwjk djuk ijh{k.ksx ds fy.u #.ksx'kkyk }kjk mRikn izek. Training Programmes on Product Testing In order to bring uniformity in test methods. the root cause analysis of the complaint is carried out and suitable corrective and preventive actions are taken and monitored.k % tgk¡ vkaf'kd ijh{k.ds O.wjks dh lHkh iz.a tkjh gSA fnukad 20 a ebZ] 2006 dks Hkk ek C..d gSA tgk¡ dgha f'kdk.k ds fy.ksx'kkyk ekU.r fuiVku Hkh xq.e.

ksa vkSj py rFkk vpy laifÙk.k¡ Hkk ek C.ch.ksx'kkykvksa dks ekU. and the punitive aspects of vigilance. the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI).k¡ okf"kZd dk. it has been decided to avail. fy. as far as possible. fu. x.d uhfr izdks"B dk l`tu fd. Policy Cell A policy cell has been created based on the decision taken during the meeting on 20 May 2006.g foHkkx vU. iz.k Hkk ek C. tkus okys fuEufyf[kr dk.wjks ¼lhchvkbZ½] *miHkksDrk ekeys] [kk| vkSj lkoZtfud forj.¡ ugha gksus ij mi. NABL accreditation.A 34 VIGILANCE ACTIVITIES Scope and Nature of Vigilance Activities in BIS Vigilance Department of BIS is headed by Chief Vigilance Officer and assisted by four Vigilance Officers and two Regional Vigilance Officers posted Western Region and Southern Regions. The key functions of this Department revolve around the preventive.kZ.u.ksa esa vafre ysu&nsu dh laoh{kk@tk¡p djuk] tc vksj tSls os nkf[ky djsA a [k½ inksUufr] ikliksVZ] fons'kh esa dk.Fkk *dsUnzh.rk nh gSA .d uhfr ds :i esa mDr iz.Z gSa % d½ C. the services of such laboratories which are NABL accredited.ksx'kkyk ekU.Z . As a policy.k foHkkx ¼Mhvks i hVh½^ ds lkFk fudV leUo.wjks ds lrdZrk foHkkx dk vè.kh {ks=ksa esa rSukr gSaA mUgsa lrdZrk dk. Food & Public Distribution.kas ds vkosnu Hkstus ds fy.wjks us 120 iz. lrdZ r k vk.ksx esa yk.u] izf'k{k.k gSA .wjks ds deZpkfj.kas dk dk.Zdykiksa dk dk.Z{ks= vkSj izÑfr Hkk ek C.k tkrk gSA bl foHkkx ds ewy dk.wjks dh iz. vk.k lqfo/kk. The department functions in close coordination with other agencies such as the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC).k.k. esa dke djrk gSA lrdZrk foHkkx dh xfrfofèk.wjks ds deZpkfj.k ea=ky.ksx'kkykvksa ds uhfrxr ekeyksa ij fopkj djus] . lrdZrk xfrfof/k. vUos"k.kksa .k vko'. ds vk/kkj ij . for looking into the policy matters. lrdZrk vfèkdkjh gS vkSj mldh lgk. b) okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .ksx'kkykvksa esa og ijh{k.k tkrk gSA bl le.ch. The work undertaken by Vigilance Department is as follows: a) Scrutinize Annual Property Returns and final transactions in movable and immovable properties.kZ.ks x ^ ¼lhohlh½] dsUnzh. passport.ksx'kkykvksa dh lsok.Z lrdZrk ds fuokjd] lalwpd vkSj naMkRed igyqvksa ds fxnZ ?kwers gSaA lrdZrk foHkkx }kjk fd.kstuk ds vuqlkj pykbZ tkrh gSa] ftudk fuèkkZj.k tk. Grant vigilance clearances for considering promotions.rk ds fy.r gSA uhfr izdks"B fnukad 20 ebZ] 2006 dks fofHkUu Hkk ek C. training needs etc of various BIS Laboratories. As on date. the detective. foreign assignments and forwarding applications of BIS employees for outside posts as and when requested by department/ employee.gksus .Z djus ij fopkj djus vkSj ckgj ds inksa ds fy.y izR. lrdZrk dh vuqefr nsuk] tSlk foHkkx@deZpkjh }kjk vuqjksèk fd. lrdZrk vfèkdkjh if'peh vkSj nf{k.ksa dh okf"kZd laifÙk foojf.k gSA wherever a test facility does not exist in BIS laboratories.y izR.kf.k C.drkvksa ds fy. as and when filed by the employees of the Bureau. vfHkdj.wjks esa lrdZrk xfrfofèk.Z lkSaik x.¡ vf/kd ls vf/kd ysus dk fu.oa izf'k{k.^ vkSj *dkfeZd .k gS tks . The activities of Vigilance Department are organized in accordance with an Annual Action Plan which is formulated every year.k x.wjks iz. Hkk ek C. and the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT).kstuk ds varxZr Hkk ek C. pkj lrdZrk vfèkdkjh rFkk nks {ks=h.u.{k eq[. the Ministry of Consumer Affairs.ksftr cSBd esa fy.rk .k x. BIS has recognized 120 laboratories under its lab recognition scheme. Vigilance Department is entrusted with the responsibility of managing all vigilance related activities.k izfro"kZ fd.

kZy.A bu ys[kkijh{kkvksa ds nkSjku] fofHkUu i)fr. In some instances.k rks izR. a number of grey areas in various systems and practices were identified and suggestions for improvement were given to the concerned Activity Heads in BIS. x. varjkyksa esa lqèkkj ykus . Numbers of surprise inspections of the licensees were also carried out during these audits and as a result of these inspections. During these audits.eks@fofu. x.{k :i ls lrdZrk foHkkx esa izkIr lzkr lwpuk vkSj s f'kdk.kfofèk. Hkk ek C. ds ekè.r ntZ djuk .ksa q ds fo#) izfØ.A blds vfrfjDr] fofHkUu inkfèkdkfj.kZ {ks=ksa dks vfHkfpUgkafdr fd.ZOkkgh vkjEHk dh xbZA C. and elicit suggestions for introducing systematic improvements and greater transparency.wjks esa lacfèkr xfrfofèk a ize[kkas dks lqèkkj ds lq>ko fn.Z ds egRo ds ckjs esa vfèkd tkx:drk iSnk djukA fuokj. O.ksa esa lrdZrk dk.fn Hkz"Vkpkj dh dksbZ ?kVuk.oa Lo&fu.ksa ij dk.Z{ks= dks gVkus ds fy. ekud C.wjks ds ykblslèkkfj.Z'kkykvksa rFkk lacfèkr fo"k.k Hkh fd.ks@vkosndks]a miHkksDrk a a laxBuksa vkSj m|ksx la?kksa ds lkFk cSBdsa vk.k rFkk Hkkjrh. rFkk bu fujh{k.k dsUnzh. lq>ko nsukA c) Examine source information and complaints received either directly from the complainant or through CVC/ CBI/ Ministry and conduct thorough investigations.ekoyh vkSj ykxw gksus okys vU.ksa dks vkpkj fu. the department conducts workshops and programmes on relevant subjects.fn vko'. consumer organizations and Manufacturers Associations for gathering direct feedback relating to instances of corruption. a dk.ZØeksa ds a ekè.drk gks rks f'kdk. fofHkUu lacfèkr fu.kZ.kkeLo:i ykblslkas dks eqgjkadu jksd ds a varxZr Mkyk x.wjks ds fofHkUu dk. lrdZrk vk.e ls Hkk ek C.ekoyh] lh lh .k x.¡ gSa rks izR. vigilance investigations were undertaken on instances of irregularities/non-compliance of procedures against various officials.½ fu. and Vigilance Department organizes meetings with BIS licensees/ applicants.ofLFkr lqèkkjksa dk lq>ko nsuk( vkSj .ferrkvksa ds ekeyksa ds lacèk esa lrdZrk tk¡p iM+rky dh xbZA bu ys[kkijh{kkvksa ds nkSjku a ykblsalèkkjdksa ds vdLekr~ fujh{k. Vigilance Department also conducts audits of various activities and functional areas of Bureau as part of preventive vigilance and suggest systemic improvements to bridge gaps and remove scope for discretion.wjks ds 'kk[kkvks@{ks=h.ksa dks nwj djus ds fy.eksa rFkk esuqvyksa ds fofHkUu izkoèkkuksa ds a a ckjs esa voxr djuk( vkSj lrdZrk foHkkx }kjk vk.kZy. ds dk.kkRed lrdZrk ds Hkkx ds :i esa C. misuse of the Standard Mark by the BIS licensees during stop marking was also noticed and consequently cancellation proceeding were initiated by the Branch Offices.rksa dh tk¡p djuk vkSj xgjkbZ ls tk¡p&iM+rky djukA tk¡p&iM+rky ds vkèkkj ij feys ifj.ksa rFkk izFkkvksa esa vusd =qfViw.ksftr lrdZrk dk.ksx ds dqN ekeys Hkh tkudkjh esa vk. lrdZrk vk. and to increase awareness about the importance of vigilance activity among the BIS employees.ks½ ds fo#) a vuq'kklfud dkjZokbZ vkjEHk djukA Hkk ek C. the CCS (CCA) Rules and various other related Rules/ Regulations and Manuals in operation. In order to apprise BIS employees about various provisions of the CCS (Conduct) Rules.l ¼lh lh . if any. a decision is taken to either file the complaint or initiate disciplinary proceedings against the delinquent official(s) on the basis of CVC’s advice.wjks ds deZpkfj.kkeLo:i 'kk[kk dk.kkRed lrdZrk ys[kkijh{kk fd.kh lfefr }kjk Hkkjrh.ksftr djuk vkSj O.k vk.{k iqufuZo'k izkIr s djus ds fy.kke ls .ksx dh lykg ds vkèkkj ij nks"kh vfèkdkjh ¼vfèkdkfj. ?k½ d) M+½ e) p½ f) o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku] lrdZrk foHkkx us C.wjks During the year 2006-2007.x½ dsUnzh.Zdkfj. Follow-up ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 35 . ekud C. Vigilance Department conducted 5 preventive vigilance audits of Branches/ Regional Offices of the Bureau.wjks dh dk.ksa ds 5 fuokj.wjks ds deZpkfj.e ls .ksftr djuk vkSj dfe. ftlds ifj. a number of licences were put under stop marking.ofLFkr lqèkkj rFkk vfèkd ikjnf'kZrk vkjaHk djus ds fy.kA eqgjkadu jksd ds nkSjku ykblslèkkjdkas a }kjk nq#i. On the basis of the outcome of the investigation. }kjk fujlu dk.Zdykiksa ds lrdZrk ijh{k.kks a ds ifj. Besides.ksx@lhchvkbZ@ea=ky.ksa ds vuqikyu@vfu.

ksftr dh xbZA was done with the concerned Activity Heads for implementation on the recommendation made by the subgroup constituted by the Executive Committee of the Bureau to study the problem of alleged corruption in BIS and suggest remedial measures and Action Taken Report in this respect was presented to the EC. In these workshops. presentations to BIS employees were made on the instances of irregularities observed during various vigilance audits.ksa us Hkh Hkkx fy. Institute of Secretariat Training & Management.e lhlh.d izLrqrhdj. Bhutan and Afghanistan to name a few..kA dk. dk.wjks dks .esa dfFkr Hkz"Vkpkj dh leL. x.e ij .ksfxrk vkSj lrdZrk eSuqvy ¼Hkk ek C.k gsrq dh xbZ dkjZokbZ fjiksVZ rS. ikjnf'kZrk dh vko'.drk** a dh fo"k.ksftr dh xbZA bu dk. Separate workshops were also organized at Northern Regional Office.wjks us ykblsl èkkfj.kksa ds nkSjku ikbZ xbZ vfu.wjks deZpkfj.k iznf'kZr fd.kA q Hkkjrh.ZØe vk.dlkuk us .ksa dks lqxzkgh cukus rFkk lkFk gh Hkkjrh. Central Bureau of Investigations. muesa tkx:drk oèkZu djus ds fy.k dk vè. Lebanan.k ftlds nkSjku Hkkjrh. a National Seminar was organized by the department on the theme of “Greater Transparency in Organizations through Vigilance and the Right to Information Act’’ on 7th November 2006 at the BIS Headquarters.e ls laxBuksa esa vfèkd ikjnf'kZrk rFkk lwpuk dk vfèkdkj vfèkfu. The Key-note address at the function was delivered by the Chief Guest. laxks"Bh dk vk.@'kk[kk dk.d jk"Vªh.ksftr fd.qDr funs'kd Jh . Iran.k x.d iz'ukoyh dk vk.ksa dks vkSj vfèkd fo"k. vfrfFk FksA lwpuk dk vfèkdkj vfèkfu.wjks½] lhlh. During the week.wjks esa 6 ls 10 uoEcj 2006 rd lrdZrk tkx:drk lIrkg euk.k] xq.kZUo. Sudan.½ fu. Shri Joginder Singh.k] lwMku] Jhyadk] fQYYkhihu] usiky] E.kstu Hkk ek C.kA mŸkjh {ks=h.wjks dh izek.ky.k a foHkkx] Hkkjr ljdkj ds la.wjks ds deZpkfj.k] tks gSa ftEckos] rutkfu. Ghana.wjks ds deZpkfj.oLrq ij . Vigilance Awareness Week was observed in BIS from 6th to 10th November 2006 during which various programmes through out the country by all Regional/Branch Offices of the Bureau were organized for sensitizing the BIS employees against pitfall of corruption and increase awareness amongst them for turning BIS into a model and corruption-free organization.kZy.wjks ds lHkh {ks=h.kZy. Georgia.k x. and suggestions for improvement in order to make the BIS systems more objective and transparent.Z'kkyk.fn dksbZ gks] vkSj Hkk ek C. Government of India.Z es]sa lrdZrk tkx:drk lIrkg ds Hkkx ds :i esa vyx&vyx dk.kj djus ds fy.A bl lIrkg ds nkSjku **lrdZrk ds ekè.kA bl laxks"Bh esa 27 ns'kksa ds fons'kh vfrfFk. izf'k{k. 36 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .wjks dh dk.d fucaèk mi.l.¡ vk. es]a .oa bZlh ds le{k izLrqrhdj. 6 uoEcj 2006 dks fd.wjks ds eq[. Three meetings with BIS licensees/ applicants. Nepal. ijd rFkk ikjn'khZ cukus ds fy. lq>ko .u djus rFkk mipkjh mik.kstu 7 uoEcj 2006 dks Hkkjrh.e ij lfpoky.kaekj] fyfc. the CCS (Conduct) Rules and the CCS (CCA) Rules” were also organized on 6th November 2006 for the BIS employees.ZØe esa izeq[k lacksèku lhchvkbZ ds iwoZ funs'kd Jh tksfxUnj flag us fn. lqèkkj ds lq>ko izkIr djus ds fy.Z'kkykvkssa esa fofHkUu lrdZrk ys[kkijh{k. Department of Personnel & Training.kh lfefr ¼bZlh½ }kjk la?kfVr mi&lewg }kjk dh xbZ flQkfj'k ds lacèk esa dk. ekud C. Hkk ek C. esa fd.k x. ekud C.. Sri Lanka.d vkn'kZ Hkz"Vkpkj eqDr laxBu cukus ds fy.k] felz] HkwVku vkSj vQxkfuLrku s vkfn gSA ** Hkz"Vkpkj dks jksdus ds fy. Chandigarh and Ahmedabad Branch Office of BIS as part of the observance of Vigilance Awareness Week.oLrq ij .ksa ds fy. Iraq.ksa }kjk ns'k Hkj esa fofHkUu dk. C.oa izcèk laLFkku] dkfeZd vkSj izf'k{k.u gsrq lacfèkr a a xfrfofèk ize[kksa ds lkFk vuqorZu fd.ks@vkosndks]a miHkksDrk laxBuksa rFkk m|ksx a a la?kksa ds lkFk rhu cSBdsa vk. An ‘essay competition’ on the theme of “Need for Transparency to Curb Corruption” and a quiz on Vigilance Manual (BIS).k fn.kuk] ?kkuk] tksftZ. Former Director. Kasana.ferrkvksa dh ?kVukvksa ij Hkk ek C.rksa ds fo"k. ekud C.k . Egypt. Guyana.k] yscuku] bjkd] bjku] baMksuf'k.l ¼lhlh.e^^ fo"k. A presentation on the Right to Information Act was made by Shri M.ksa us izLrqrhdj. ekud C. Philippines. if any. The Seminar was also attended by foreign delegates from twenty seven countries representing Zimbabwe. Indonesia.] paMhx<+ rFkk vgenkckn 'kk[kk dk. Libya.A o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku f'kdk. consumer organizations and industry associations were also organized during 2006-07 to elicit direct feedback regarding grievances. Joint Director.e.k x.Zdkfj. Myanmar.l ¼vkpkj½] fu.ku i)fr.S. Tanzania.k tks bl volj ij eq[. C.

ksa dk fo'ys"k.wVhvks@VhchVh iwNrkN dsUnz Hkkjrh. In order to sensitize the various stake holders ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 37 . the measures relating to inclusion of certain products under mandatory certification were duly notified at WTO.¡ iznku djus dh xfrfof/k dh uoEcj 2006 rd vkmVlksflZx dh xbZA uoEcj 2006 ls MCY.k x.wVhvks@VhchVh djkj ds varxZr jk"Vªh.qfDr.ksa ds lkFk leUo.k fd.kA i.k fd.¡ tkjh dh xbZ vkSj bUgsa o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku MCY.kT. the activities of WTO-TBT Enquiry Point are being performed by BIS in-house. In accordance with the transparency obligation of the Agreement of Technical Barriers to Trade. vuqLekjd Hkstus dh i)fr Hkh LFkkfir dh xbZA i.k x.Z izek. segregated and disseminated to a large number of stakeholders within the country.oa leuq:irk fu/kkZj. ds lkFk lfUudV var%fØ.kT.kA O.k x.k x.kèkkfj. ea=ky.kA s Hkkjr ds lkFk lkFk fons'kksa esa lacf/kr i{kksa ls jk"Vªh.kA Hkkjrh. All reasonable queries pertaining to Standards and Conformity Assessment Systems. Abstracts and indices of TBTs issued by WTO were generated and posted on BIS website.k/kkjdksa ls izkIr vH.wjks }kjk vkarfjd :i ls fd.k fd.k x.k rFkk ns'k ds Hkhrj vusd i.ksa dks MCY.ku ds varxZr fufgr djus lac/kh mik. vf/klwpukvksa ij vU.k x.k FkkA rnuqlkj Hkkjr }kjk Hkk ek C.kA Hkkjr dh vf/klwpukvksa dk iw. .k/kkjd dks mudh vH.Fkk uke fufnZ"V MCY.rkvksa ds vuqlkj dqN fof'k"V mRiknksa dks vfuok.wVhvks@VhchVh iwNrkN a dsUnz dk fu"iknu Hkk ek C. ekud C.k¡ izkIr dh xbZ] ftuds mi.k x.wjks us okf. x.wVhvks@VhchVh iwNrkN dsUnz ds :i esa viuh xfrfof/k.k fd.kA Hkkjrh. from concerned interests in India as well as overseas were replied.qfDr.k dk vuqj{k. dks Hkstk x.wVhvks dh osclkbV ij viyksM fd. vuqjks/k ds vuqlkj fofHkUu ns'kksa ds VhchVh iwNrkN fcUnqvksa ij vxzf"kr fd.kj fd.k] mudk iwfoZdrk fu/kkZj. The activity of providing services of the Enquiry Point was outsourced by BIS up to November 2006.kedksa dks lqxzkgh cukus ds TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES WTO/TBT Enquiry Point BIS strengthened its activities as the WTO / TBT Enquiry Point.kZ ikB~. esa fn. ea=ky. }kjk . The comments received from the stakeholders were analyzed and sent to Ministry of Commerce.e ls 10 VhchVh vf/klwpuk.qfDrlaxr iwNrkN a dk mŸkj fn.oa m|ksx ea=ky.k x.rduhdh lwpuk lsok. as requested.kA MCY.wVhvks }kjk tkjh VhchVh ds lkj la{ksi vkSj ladrd s rS. Full Texts on India’s notifications were forwarded to different countries TBT Enquiry Points.k rFkk okf.k tk jgk gSA fofHkUu ns'kksa }kjk tkjh vf/klwpukvksa ds lac/k esa lwpuk dk a MkmuyksM fd.kA fofHkUu i.k i)fr. Since November 2006. The information with regard to the Notifications issued by various countries were downloaded. Accordingly India through BIS issued ten TBT Notification and the same were uploaded in WTO website during the year 2006-07.¡ MCY. a ns ' kks a ] nks u ks a dh ekud . Close interaction with Ministry of Commerce and Industry on various issues of national interest under WTO/TBT Agreement was maintained.kT. rFkk vU. x.k/kkjdkas esa mudk izlkj fd.qfDr. prioritized. Comments from other countries on the Indian Notifications were received for which suitable replies were given in coordination with various stakeholders. as designated by the Ministry of Commerce.kikj dh rduhdh ck/kkvksa ds djkjukes dh ikjnf'kZrk ck/.wjks dh osclkbV ij Mkyk x. fgr + ds fofHkUu eqÌksa ij okf.A MCY.ksa dk lqn`<hdj. both national and of other countries. vkSj bUgsa Hkk ek C. ekud C.wjks }kjk iwNrkN dsUnz dh lsok.wjks ds ek/. ns'kksa ls vH.k x.ksa ls lacf/kr lHkh .ksa ds fy.wVhvks }kjk fof/kor vf/klwfpr a fd.qDr mÙkj fofHkUu i.k/kkjdks]a fo'ks"k :i ls fofu.

u½ vkbZ.kZr dh lqfo/kk iznku djus ds fy.kT.d uksMy foHkkx ds :i esa vfHkKkr fd.kksa dks ftKklkvksa ds mÙkj esa miyCèk djkbZ tkrh gSA bl iz.¡ m|ksx] vk.ksa dks bu laxksf"B. The workshop was chaired jointly by Secretary.k x. TBT agreement. Sponsorship of Identification Numbers The following services were provided: Issuer Identification Number (IIN) ISO/IEC 7812-1 Identification Cards – Identification of issuers – Part 1: Numbering system specifies a numbering system for the identification of issuers of the identification cards used in international and/ or inter-industry interchange. ekud C.kZrdks]a O.qDr :i ls lfpo] miHkksDrk ekeys . the Notifications and their significance on Global Trade and the Role and Responsibilities of Regulators and BIS as TBT Enquiry Point was provided to the participants during the workshop. Hkk ek C. an information centre has been established at BIS. Technical Information Service Centre BIS provided Technical Information Services to Industry.wjks dks .oa dk.kZUo. ns'kksa ds fo/kkuks]a funsZ'kksa rFkk izfØ.oa fo'ks"k lfpo] okf.k gSA Hkk ek C.k x. A web portal on CE marking has been developed and hosted with a link to the BIS main home page to provide information to potential exporter for facilitating export. This is a number that identifies the major industry and the card issuer and that forms the first part of the primary account number. Hkk ek C.k izeq[k m|ksx rFkk dkMZ tkjhdrkZ dh igpku djrh gS vkSj igpku la[.g la[.qDr igpku dkMksaZ ds tkjhdrkZvksa dh igpku&Hkkx 1% ds fy.kA laxksf"B.k] VhchVh djkj] vfèklwpukvksa rFkk oSf'od O.ZØe ds dk. importers.kstu fuEufyf[kr lsok. ij vusd ofj"B Lrj dh laxksf"B. gkse ist ij fyad ds lkFk gksLV fd.A lhbZ ekfdZax lwpuk dsUnz . Information with regard to the structure and functioning of WTO.kvksa dk izk.wjksih. .Zdj.k dk igyk Hkkx gksrh gSA cSadkas@foÙkh.k x.oa fofu.lksfl.jh vkSj oL=ks|ksx ds {ks= esa Hkk ek C.'ku ¼. laLFkkvksa ds vkosnuksa dk leFkZu vesfjdu cSadlZ .k fd.wjks esa . BIS has been identified as the nodal department for CE marking activity in India.k gSA lhbZ ekfdZx ij . BIS facilitates the issue of IIN as per ISO 7812-1 by sponsoring applications of Banks/ Financial Organizations to the American Bankers Association (ABA).mÌs'. Hkk ek C.krdks]a fu. Expectations from WTO TBT Enquiry Point”.kZr dh lqfo/kk nsus ds fy.½ dks dj ds Hkk ek C.kl esa bl vof/k ds nkSjku 900 ls vf/kd a ftKklkvksa dk mÙkj fn.ksa ij lhbZ ekfdZx dh bl a lwpuk ds ek/.] Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk fd. ea=ky. Five Issuer Identification numbers have been issued during the year so far. ls **MCY.u la[.wVhvks] VhchVh iwNrkN dsUnz ls izR.e esa iz.kikj vkSj fuos'k dk. laHkkfOkr fu.ksa dk lapkyu la.k'kk.kadu i)fr fofufnZ"V djrk gSA .rk djsxkA Z rduhdh lwpuk lsok dsUnz Hkk ek C. Ministry of Commerce.ksa esa izLrqrhdj. us fd.Zdyki ds fy.k FkkA igpku la[.ksa dk vk.u] MCY.wjks }kjk rduhdh lwpuk lsok. x.ksa ds nkSjku miyC/k a djkbZ xbZA iwNrkN dsUnz rFkk i.k x.wjks vkbZ.¡^^ fo"k. fofu.kedksa dh Hkwfedk rFkk nkf.k fof/k. Consumer Affairs and Special Secretary.kstu fd.d osc iksVy dk fodkl fd.wjksih.u tkjh djus esa enn djrk gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku ik¡p vkbZ vkbZ .Ro vkSj VhchVh iwNrkN dsUnz ds :i esa Hkkjrh.g lwpuk dsUnz lhbZ ekfdZx ij visf{kr lwpuk a 'kh?kzrk iwod ikus esa m|ksx dh lgk.kZUo. ns'kksa esa mRiknksa ds fu.ksa rFkk ljdkjh vfHkdj.ksx }kjk rFkk leUo.lvks@vkbZbZlh 7812&1 dk . ea=ky.k vkSj a Z bls fu. CE Marking Information Centre To facilitate Export of products to EU countries. individuals and government agencies in response to their enquiries.wjks ds eq[.k x.d la[.kZrdksa dks tkudkjh iznku djus ds fy.kA MCY. la?k&Hkkjr O.wVhvks] VhchVh djkj] dk dk.ch.kikj ij mudk egRo .lvks 7812 &1 ¼bZ½ ds vuqlkj vkbZ vkbZ .k.k .wjksih.ksa ds nkf. about 900 enquiries were responded during the period.g Hkkx varjkZ"Vªh.¡ iznku dh xbZ Fkha % tkjhdrkZ igpku la[. The information centre at BIS would help the industry in getting required information on CE marking quickly.Ro dh Hkwfedk ij fo|qr bathfu.k tk jgk gSA . directives and procedure is being disseminated to Indian industries. Presentations were made on the Role of Enquiry Point and responsibility of stakeholders in the seminars organized by BIS technical departments in the fields of electrical engineering and textiles.k/kkfj. okf.wjksih. vk.ksftr xksf"B.a tkjh dh xbZ gSaA 38 especially the regulators a senior level workshop was organized on the subject “Implementation of WTO TBT Agreement.d lwpuk dsUnz dh LFkkiuk dh xbZA .wjks us . Through this information on CE Marking on EU legislation. In this endeavour. Government of India. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .k ¼vkbZvkbZ.k gSA Hkkjr esa lhbZ ekfdZx a dk. As part of the implementation of EU-India Trade & Investment Development Programme (TIDP) funded by European Commission and coordinated by Ministry of Commerce.k x.u ds Hkkx ds :i esa bldk fuf/kdj.wjks rduhdh foHkkxksa }kjk vk. exporters.wVhvks dh lajpuk .kT.e ls bls Hkkjrh.fDr.wjks lac/kh lwpuk izfrHkkfx. m|ksxksa ds chp izlkfjr fd.

and such a clarification issued by BIS shall be binding on all concerned. whether a product is covered within the ambit of Notification 44 or not. Library Services During the year 2006-2007. Copenhagen.wjks izek. tkrs gSA a iathÑr vkosnu izko/kkudrkZ igpkudrkZ ¼vkjvkbZMh½ vkj vkbZ Mh . s laLFkkuksa dks lkSik tkrk gSA .ksa }kjk tkjh ekud izdkj ds izy[kksa vkSj fofHkUu tkudkj laLFkkvksa s rFkk ekudhdj. x.w.d lka>k var%i`"B a fofufnZ"V djrk gS ftlds }kjk foÙkh. a dk. format and content. BIS issued 90 clarifications during the year on different products.y. 44 (RE-2000) DGFT’s Notification No.k .bZ½] . to the automobile manufacturers and exporters in India.g vkbZ.j bUMsDl dksM gS ftldk iz. ckt+kj esa izos'k djus ls igys Hkk ek C.w. 4 (RE-2001)/ 1997-2002 dated 19 June 2001 was issued stating that clarification.wjks Hkkjr esa vkVkseksckby fofuekZrkvksa vkSj fu. Registered Application Provider Identifier (RID) RID is a hardware index code used in identification cards – integrated circuit cards with contacts. standards type documents issued by overseas standard bodies as well as publications and standards issued by various learned societies and foreign Associations engaged in the work of standardization.w.A iqLrdky. ysu&nsu dkMZ lan'kksa esa Hkkx ysus okys foRrh.Q+Vh vf/klwpuk la[.l.ku vfuok.kZy.lvks 3780 % 1983 lM+d ds okgu& fo'ofofuekZrk igpkudrkZ ¼dksM½ tkjh djus dk mÙkjnkf. lsok.k tkrk gSA blesa vkosnu] Q+kby dh vksj iFk rFkk vU.evkbZ dksM vkcaVu ds fy.ksa esa Hkh vius laxzg esa 2 000 iqLrdks]a fons'kh ekud fudk. ds lkFk leUo.k x.lvks ds izkf/kdkj ds varxZr iath.k igpkudrkZ tkjh djuk ¼MCY.lZ ¼.lvks 8583 ds vuqlkj vkbZ.wjks a us fofHkUu mRiknksa ds 90 . foÙkh.dkjh gksxkA a bl vf/klwpuk ds la'kks/ku dks tkjh djus ds ckn orZeku esa 109 mRikn bl vf/klwpuk ds vf/kdkj {ks= esa vk tkrs gSA Hkk ek C.oLrq] vkadM+s vkSj s vkadM+kas ds ewY.laLFkk igpku dksM ¼vkbZvkbZlh½ vkbZvkbZlh . Library Services Centre (LSC).lksfl.Q+Vh us vf/klwpuk la[.k tkrk gSA fo'o fofuekZ.'ku }kjk a cuk.sls ekeyksa ij Li"Vhdj. BIS fulfils the responsibility of issuing the WMI Codes as per ISO 3780: 1983 Road Vehicles– World Manufacturer Identifier (Code). Denmark under the authorization of ISO. lsok danz ¼. s eas vkSj eqcbZ] dksydrk] paMhx<+ rFkk psUubZ ds vius pkj {ks=h. USA. ysu&nsu&dkMZ ls izkn~Hkwr s lan'kksa dk dkMZ ds izkIrdrkZvksa vkSj tkjhdrkZvksa ds chp vknku&iznku s gks ldsA blesa lan'k lajpuk] QkesZV vkSj fo"k. It is allotted in accordance with ISO/IEC 7816-5 Identification Cards– Integrated Circuit Cards– Part 5 : Numbering System and Registration Procedure for Application Identifiers. Technical Clarifications on DGFT Notification No.k Mhth. Kolkata.u izkf/kdj. a policy circular No.k lHkh lacf/krksa ij ck/. fofufnZ"V fd.k 4 ¼vkjbZ&2001½@1997&2002] fnukad 19 twu 2001 esa dgk fd dksbZ mRikn vf/klwpuk 44 dh ifjfèk esa vkrk gS .Z dj fn.k 44 ¼vkjbZ&2000½ ij rduhdh Li"Vhdj.k ugha] bl ckjs esa Li"Vhdj.k 44 ¼vkjbZ&2000½@1997&2002] fnukad 24 uoEcj 2000 tkjh djds fofHkUu mRiknksa ds Hkkjrh.g varjkZ"Vªh.kZrdksa dks vkbZ.kA blds ckn uhfr ifji= la[. at present.wjks }kjk gh tkjh fd.xk] vkSj Hkk ek C. World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI) In coordination with the.d vuU.ky. Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).k] dksiugSxu] MsUekdZ }kjk vkbZ.k] vc rd Hkk ek C.l.d Li"Vhdj. 2 000 books. by the Registration Authority.k gS tks vkbZ.k ds dke esa yxh fons'kh laLFkkvksa }kjk tkjh izdk'kuksa o ekudksa dh Hkh o`f) dh gSA Institution Identification Codes (IIC) IIC is a unique number assigned to financial institutions participating in financial transaction card originated messages by American Bankers’ Association (ABA) under the authorization of ISO in accordance with ISO 8583. at the Headquarters and also at its four Regional Offices at Mumbai.ksx igpku s dkMksZa & laidksZa okys lesfdr ifjiFk dkMksZa & esa fd. Chandigarh and Chennai added to its collection. lacf/kr vkadM+s gksrs gS]a a ftldh rqyuk Lofoosdh vkadM+s vkSj vkosnu VsEiysV ds fu"iknu dh rqyuk ds fy. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 39 . so far applicable to BIS standards.wjks }kjk tkjh fd. This International Standard specifies a common interface by which financial transaction card originated messages may be interchanged between acquirers and card issuers. data elements and values for data elements.lvks@ s vkbZbZlh 7816&5 ds vuqlkj vkcafVr fd. 44 (RE-2000)/1997-2002 dated 24 November 2000 made BIS certification mandatory for various products before they could enter into Indian market. ekud .kA Mhth.k x.¡ o"kZ 2006&07 ds nksSjku iqLrdky.k tk. One application was processed for the allotment of WMI Code during the year. la[.llh½ us eq[. rhu vkosnuksa dk izllkèku a fd.d gkMZo. esa Hkk ek C. It specifies message structure.k tkjh fd. After issuance of amendments to these Notifications.wjks ekudksa ij ykxw] Hkk ek C. would only be issued by BIS.Ro iwjk djrk gSA o"kZ ds nkSjku MCY. dh tkrh gS vkSj .evkbZ½ lkslkbVh vkWQ vkWVkseksfVo bathfu.lvks ds izkf/kdkj ds varxZr vesfjdu cSdlZ . Subsequently. 109 products fall within the ambit of this Notification.

vk/kkjHkwr tkudkjh nsrk jgkA . There are 1 400 individuals and organizations as current members of the library in various categories.kikj rFkk m|ksx ds izfrfuf/k.ksa dks foKku . blh o"kZ 'kkfey gq. varjkZ"Vªh. fo"k. ds lnL. lwpuk lsok dsUnz us {ks=h. Out of this 223 new members have joined during this year.l vks }kjk izLrqr *ekudksa ds fy.ksDrkvksa rFkk iqLrdky.k x. gSA a a O.w Mh lh½ ls pqus x. lafgrkc) dj fn.k gS ftlesa vc 3 yk[k vkSj 46 200 ls vf/kd fjdkWMZ gSA a viuh orZeku tkx:drk lsokvksa ds vax ds :Ik esa lwpuk lsok dsUnz iqLrdky.ksa esa 1 400 O.¡ vkrh gSA iqLrdky. iqLrdky. rduhdh iqLrdsa miyC/k djkbZA The Library continued to supply basic information for updating the mechanized database of World Standards called “Manaksandarbhika” maintained by Information Technology Services Department.a 'kkfey gSA buesa ls 223 lnL. rFkk 'kk[kk dk.kid xzFk & a lwfp.kA vf/kdkfj.wjks ds vf/kdkfj. ds fofHkUu dksfV. gS vkSj lkoZf=d n'keyo oxhZdj. iqLrdky. ekudksa dks lafgrkc) djus ds fy. bl le. Hkh mudk iz. esa 200 ¼yxHkx½ if=dk. LSC publishes a monthly list of all the books received in the library. Reference services were provided to 4 100 visitors by way of preparing 8 exhaustive subject bibliographies and making available. About 17 000 publications/standards were consulted or issued to the representatives of trade and industry as well as officers and staff of the Bureau.akf=d MkVkcsl dks v|ru djus ds fy.daI. the reference materials of their choice.oa izkS|ksfxdh esa uohure tkudkjh ls voxr j[kus ds fy.wVj danz }kjk j[ks x.ksa dks forj.g cqyfVu s vkarfjd iz. Hkh viuh lsok. This bulletin is for circulation to in-house users and library members and presents information in classified form under 120 broad subjects groups selected from Universal Decimal Classification (UDC).kikj rFkk m|ksx dh lgk. As part of its current awareness services.k^ ¼vkbZ lh . under the title “Addition to the Library–Books and Pamphlets”.& fofHkUu fo"k.kA 4 100 vkxarqdksa ds fy.k ¼.k foHkkxksa dh iwjh enn dhA mlus nwj vkSj ikl ls vkbZ 1 942 ftKklkvksa dk mÙkj nsdj Hkkjrh.fDr vkSj laLFkk.k tkjh a djok.kZy. 40 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .k¡ cukdj vkSj mUgsa viuh ilan dh lanHkZ lkexzh miyC/k djk ds lanHkZ lsokvksa dh O. ds lnL.rk dhA . esa izkIr lHkh iqLrdksa dh lwph ekfld vk/kkj ij *iqLrdky. The reference unit fully supported the standards formulating departments by providing the bibliographies. LSC supplied journals and other technical books to the Regional Offices libraries also. *ekud lanfHkZdk^ uked fo'o ekudksa ds s . All the standards received here were codified as input for the database which now comprises above 3 lakh and 46 200 records. At present library received 200 (approx) periodicals to keep abreast of the latest developments in science and technology by officers BIS.ksa dks if=dk.oLFkk dh xbZ A lanHkZ bdkbZ us xzFk&lwfp. LFkwy lewgksa ds varxZr oxhZÑr :i esa tkudkjh izLrqr djrk gSA iqLrdky. It assisted the Indian Trade and Industry by answering 1 942 long and short range queries as received from them.k¡ a miyC/k djk ds ekud fuekZ.gk¡ izkIr lHkh ekudksa dks MkVkcsl esa Mkyus ds fy.ksa us yxHkx 17 000 izdk'kuks@ekudksa dks ns[kk .l lh us vkbZ .ksa ds 120 O. O.¡ vkSj vU. LSC also provided its service for codifying draft Indian Standards as per International Classification for Standards (ICS) as propounded by ISO.ksa rFkk deZpkfj.¡ nhaA o"kZ ds nkSjku 158 elkSnksa dks lafgrkc) fd.ksa dh 8 O.ksa ds orZeku lnL.ksa us vkSj C.y .ksx djrs gSA a a iqLrdky.kid fo"k. During the year 158 drafts were codified. oxhZdj. esa o`f)&iqLrdsa rFkk isE¶ysV^ uke ls izdkf'kr djrk gSA . Members of the library are also using them.ksa ds iqLrdky.k x.k ds fy.l½ ds vuqlkj elkSnk Hkkjrh.

lvks }kjk ekuo iath fuekZ. ifjlj esa ebZ 2003 ls dk.d tkx:drk c<+kus okyh xks"Bh dk vk.Mk esa 7&8 Qjojh] 2007 ds nkSjku vkbZ.ksx'kkyk izcèk i)fr.kA varjkZ"Vªh.ZØeksa dk vk.drkvksa dks iwjk djus ds fy.Z'kkyk dk vk. 44 participant from BIS. Government and Service sector. Training Programmes for Industry During the year.wjks] Hkkjrh.kA bl xks"Bh esa Hkk ek C.ksa us Hkkx fy.uvkbZVh.¡ izf'k{k. izf'k{k. International Training Programmes The 3rd International Training Programme on Management Systems for Developing Countries was organized at NITS.l] uks.Z'kkyk esa 6 iM+klh ns'kksa vkSj Hkk ek C.k dk.izf'k{k.kA igyh ckj vk. Hkkjrh.d dk.kstu vkbZ.k dk.ksa us Hkkx fy.kA .ZØe 17 ns'kksa ds 22 izfrHkkfx.oa TRAINING SERVICES Training Institute Bureau of Indian Standards has set up National Institute of Training for Standardization (NITS) in the year 1995 to meet the training needs of industry. and Laboratory Management Systems etc.kstu fd. Indian Industry and neighbouring countries attended the Seminar.kZOkj. Training Programmes Organized for the first time As per the directions of Department of Consumer ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 41 .ka]s i.l us xq. 39 th International Training Programme on Standardization and Quality Assurance for Developing Countries had started on 16 October 2006.uvkbZVh.lvks }kjk fd. m|ksx rFkk iM+klh ns'kksa s ds 44 izfrHkkfx. 43 participants from 27 countries participated in this programme.lvks a 10015 ij . ekud C.ks]a a [kk| lqj{kk izcèk i)fr. Noida during 10-12 January 2007.Mk esa 10&12 tuojh] 2007 ds nkSjku **vkbZ. izcaèk i)fr.k dk. izf'k{k.wjks us o"kZ 1995 esa ekudhdj.kA fodkl'khy ns ' kks a ds fy.ZØe esa 27 ns'kksa ds 43 izfrHkkfx. Noida during 7-8 February 2007 by ISO.l@vkbZ.kA .k laLFkku ¼. Environmental Systems.Mk fLFkr vius u. Participants from 6 neighbouring countries and BIS attended the workshop.ksa us 4 flrEcj ls 29 flrEcj] 2006 ds chp .ksa s us Hkkx fy.k i)fr.k laLFkku m|ksx] ljdkj rFkk lsok {ks= dh izf'k{k. The institute operates from its campus at Noida since May 2003.k dk.ZØe 16 vDrwcj 2006 ls vkja H k gq v kA bl dk.ZØe miHkks D rk ekeys foHkkx] miHkks D rk ekeys ] [kk| . izf'k{k. krk vk'oklu ij 39oka varjkZ"Vªh.ksa vkSj iz. A Workshop on “Life Cycle Assessment as per ISO 14040 Standards” was conducted by ISO at NITS.Mk esa fodkl'khy ns'kksa ds fy. izf'k{k. 31 var%x`g dk.k x.wjks ds izfrHkkfx.l½ dh LFkkiuk dh FkhA laLFkku uks.uvkbZVh. An Awareness raising seminar on IS/ISO 10015 and Quality Management in Human Capital Formation was organized at NITS.lvks 14040 ekud ds vuqlkj thou pØ vkdyu^^ ij . NITS conducted Training Programmes for 31 In-house programmes and 49 Open Programmes Industry Personnel in the field of Quality Management Systems.uvkbZVh.kA bl dk. Food Safety Management Systems.krk izcèk i)fr.uvkbZVh.k esa xq.ZØeks]a 49 eqDr dk.ZØe esa Hkkx fy.ZØe o"kZ ds nkSjku] . Noida from 4 September – 29 September 2006 which was attended by 22 participants from 17 countries.k lsok.ksa vkfn ds a a {ks= esa m|ksx dkfeZdksa ds fy.k x.krk w izcèk vkSj vkbZ.ksftr fd.Zjr gSA m|ksx ds fy. x.l] uks. jk"Vªh. ekudhdj.k dk.kstu fd.l] uks.k vkS j xq .k vko'. izf'k{k.ksa ij rhljs varjkZ"Vªh. izf'k{k.k ds fy.

k ea=ky.y. Noida.ZØe vk.uvkbZVh.Z'kkyk dk vk.Mk esa 25&26 ebZ] 2006 dks fd. During 2007-08 NITS has conducted 4 programmes on Consumer Protection for State and District Level Officers in which 70 officials have been trained. So far NITS has conducted 20 programmes training 399 officials.l] uks. Joint Secretary (Consumer Affairs) and Shri P.l] uks.k dk.l] uks. ds funsZ'kkuqlkj ft+yk eSftLVªV ds s fy. During the concluding session Smt Alka Sirohi.Jh xqIrk] la. miHkksDrk f'kdk. For the first time 3 open programmes on Measurement of Uncertainty were conducted separately in 3 different fields. Ministry of Consumer Affairs. lgk.ksa dks izf'k{k.Mk esa nks fnolh.kA miHkksDrk dY.k. BIS.ksa ds fy.l us 20 dk.kA bl dk.ksa ds fy. National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission.k fn.wjks eq[. Shah.k] ftuesa 70 vfèkdkfj. Additional Secretary (Consumer Affairs). Electrical.k x. 30&31 vDrwcj] 2006 dks fofèk lR.lkoZtfud forj. DG.B. Sharma.k ftlesa 10 jkT.kA rhu vyx&vyx {ks=ksa vFkkZr fo|qr] . The programme was inaugurated by Justice M. Noida which was attended by 16 officers from 10 States.k x. Director.l dks nh tkus okyh foÙkh. Department of Consumer Affairs were also present. Alka Sirohi.'kekZ] egkfuns'kd] Hkk ek C.ZØe dk mn~?kkVu U.wjks] Jherh t.ksa us Hkkx fy.k x. President.wjks] psUubZ esa 7&8 twu] 2006 ds nkSjku xzkgd larqf"V ekiu ij igyk izf'k{k.ksx ij .ZØeksa dk vk.j ds mi. Noida. First Open Programme of two days duration on Method Validation was organized on 30-31 October 2006 at NITS.lih.uvkbZVh. miHkksDrk lqj{kk ij 4 dk. .k dks"k ds varxZr dk.l] uks. Additional Secretary (Consumer Affairs) and Shri S.e.ksx us fd.rk ij fuxjkuh j[kus ds fy.ksftr fd.kA Jherh vydk fljksgh] vij lfpo ¼miHkksDrk ekeys½ vkSj Jh .kstu fd. BIS were also present during the Inaugural Session and the training sessions. DG. ewfrZ . xq.ZØe ds lekIku l= dh vè. the first training programme of 2 days duration on Consumer Protection for District Magistrates was organized on 25-26 May 2006 at NITS.Z foHkkx Hkh mifLFkr FksA jktho xkaèkh jk"Vªh.ksa vkSj deZpkfj.{k] jk"Vªh.kA o"kZ 2007&08 ds nkSjku . Venkatesan.kstu .d dk.e. First Training programme on Measurement of Customer Satisfaction was organized during 7-8 June at BIS. Sharma.k. Noida.ch.r fuokj.k fn.ekuflag us dk. izFke izf'k{k.Zdkfj.ksa ds 16 vfèkdkfj.kjh ij m|ksx ds izfrHkkfx.ZØe miHkksDrk dY. Chennai.krk iqjLdkj & 2006 ds fy.Mk esa 22 tuojh] 2007 dks fd.ksa ds fy.ZØe dk vk.Mk esa 20 twu] 2006 dks Hkk ek C.ksa dks izf'k{k.ksftr fd.'kkg] vè.'kekZ] egkfuns'kd] Hkk ek C.Z'kkyk dk vk.P.kstu .Z foHkkx ds lfpo Jh .k gSA 42 Affairs.uvkbZVh.wjks Hkh mn~?kkVu l= vkSj izf'k{k.kaf=d vkSj jlk. vofèk ds fy.{krk dhA lekiu l= ds nkSjku Jherh vydk fljksgh] vij lfpo ¼miHkksDrk ekeys½] Jh .uvkbZVh.k dks"k ls .ZØe vk.k x. Smt.k gSA vc rd .k dk.kA a Hkk ek C.uvkbZVh.uvkbZVh.ZØeksa dk vk.l. Department of Consumer Affairs. Mansingh. that is.ky. chaired the concluding session of the programme. miHkksDrk ekeys foHkkx }kjk xfBr dk. Mechanical and Chemical.uvkbZVh.kstu fd.u esa vfuf'prrk ij rhu [kqys dk.k x.ZØe . Food and Public Distribution.P. For the first time a Workshop was organized for the participants from industry on preparing for Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Awards – 2006 on 15-16 June 2006 at Bangalore.kA . Shri S. Secretary.kiu ij igyk eqDr dk.k l=ksa ds nkSjku mifLFkr FksA miHkksDrk dk.kstu igyh ckj fd.k x.osadVs'ku] funs'kd] miHkksDrk dk. Training Programme on Hindi A Workshop on use of Hindi Software in MS Word was organized for officers and staff of BIS HQs on 20 June 2006 at NITS.kstu 15&16 twu] 2006 dks cSxyksj esa fd. Smt Jayashree Gupta.kA fgUnh ij izf'k{k.l oMZ esa fgUnh lkW¶Vos.k x. igyh ckj .d dk.kh lfefr dh nwljh cSBd dk vk.l us jkT. rS.qDr lfpo ¼miHkksDrk ekeys½ vkSj Jh ih.k x.ih. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . Programmes under Consumer Welfare Funds The second meeting of the Executive Committee set up by Department of Consumer Affairs to monitor the financial assistance from Consumer Welfare Fund to NITS was held on 22 January 2007 at NITS.k vk. Shri L.ZØeksa esa 399 vfèkdkfj.k. miHkksDrk lqj{kk ij nks fnolh.k dk. ds vfèkdkfj. vkSj ft+yk Lrj ds vfèkdkfj.

238 consumer awareness programmes have been conducted during the year ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 43 .k dh LFkkiuk vkfnA lwpuk dk vfèkdkj vfèkfu. Finance. Consumer Protection Act. IS 15700 : 2005 ‘Quality Management Systems – Requirements for Service Quality by Public Service Organizations’.kstu fd.k Fkk] rkfd ljdkj ls lacfèkr .ksa dks tuojh] 2006 ls rhu fnolh.krk dh vko'. Government of India has launched a programme for achieving excellence in public service.ka]s foÙk] izcèk lacèkh izHkko'khyrk vkfn ds {ks= esa Hkh dk.ks@dk.ksftr fd. fy.wure ekud lqfuf'pr fd.wjks us vkbZ.k gS ¼vkarfjd vkSj eqDr nksuks½A a vU. Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG). This year 20 such programmes were conducted by NITS.wjks ekud fpg~u ds nq#i.wjks ds eq[.krk ij .kZy.ksftr djds vkSj miHkksDrk la x Buks a }kjk vk.ksa ds fy.uvkbZVh.k gSA bl fn'kk esa . NITS.l 15700 ij izf'k{k. dk ikyu djrs gq.k izfØ.k¡ miHkksDrk tkx:drk dk. fiNys fnuksa fofHkUu ea=ky.wjks ds vfèkdkfj.k dk.kZ.a=.krk izcaèk i)fr.ZØeksa dk vk.uvkbZVh.r fuokj.d dne ds :i esa lsok xq.vkbZ.e ls miHkksDrk tkx:drk dk.d Hkkjrh.l us vius vkSj lkFk gh ljdkjh {ks= ds deZpkfj.Z fgLls ds :i esa ns[kk tkrk gSA ukxfjdksa dks muds vuqdy ljdkj izLrqr w djus ds fy.krk fu.l }kjk .ZØeksa a a dk vk.ky. ekud dk fodkl fd.r foHkkx ¼Mh.ksx ds fy.ZØe vPNs 'kklu ds vfèkdkj dks ukxfjd ds vfèkdkj ds vfuok.k vkns'kks]a Hkk ek C.ZØe vk.ZØeksa ds nkSjku] Hkkx ysus okyksa dks fofHkUu xq.ZØeksa dk vk. tk ldsA ljdkj ds bl fu.k laLFkku] .k x.wjks vius {ks=h.vkjihth½] Hkkjr ljdkj us yksd lsok esa mÑ"Vrk ikus ds fy.k x. ds U. In line with this decision of the Government.kstu fd.ks f tr laxksf"B.kZ.l }kjk Hkk ek C. x.ka & yksd lsok laxBukas }kjk lsok xq.ZØe nsuk vkjaHk fd. FksA CONSUMER RELATED ACTIVITIES Consumer Awareness Programmes BIS promoted consumer awareness regarding BIS activities by conducting consumer awareness programmes and by participation in seminars/conferences organized by consumer organizations through its network of regional and branch offices. fofHkUu izcèk a i)fr. penalties for misuse of BIS Standard Mark. setting-up of public grievance redress mechanisms. participants were informed about various quality control orders. several initiative had been taken in the past such as declaration of citizen’s charter.ZØe vk. etc by various ministries and departments. miHkksDrk lacaf/kr xfrfof/k.] {ks=h.d ekud LFkkiuk djus dk fu.ksa }kjk dqy 238 miHkksDrk tkx:drk dk. BIS has developed an Indian Standard. Other Programmes NITS is also organizing programmes for BIS officials also in the field of different Management Systems.k tkrk gSA bl o"kZ .k gSA vc rd geus . dk.kstu fd.r fuokj.e blh fn'kk esa vxyk dne gSA iz'kklfud lqèkkj vkSj yksd f'kdk. During these programmes. As a step towards this it was decided to establish a standard on service quality to ensure minimum standards of service delivery in all sectors pertaining to or influenced by government.ksa vkSj foHkkxksa }kjk vusd igysa dh xbZ gS]a tSls ukxfjd vfèkdkj i= dh ?kks"k.kA Training Programmes on IS 15700 Right to good governance is seen as an essential part of citizen’s rights. dk.uvkbZVh.kk] yksd f'kdk. the Training Institute of BIS has started providing 3 days training programme to its own employees as well as from Government Sector since January 2006. In order to present a citizen friendly government. rFkk 'kk[kk dk. Hkk ek C.k gSA Hkk ek C.ksa ds ckjs esa miHkksDrk tkx:drk dks c<+krk gSA bu dk.e] miHkksDrk f'kdk.drk.sls 7 dk.k i)fr vkfn ds ckjs esa tkudkjh nh xbZA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku C.ZØe Hkk ek C.wjks dh xfrfofèk. So far we have conducted 7 such programmes (both In-house and Open).ksa ds usVodZ ds ekè.@'kk[kk dk. Right to Information Act is another step in this direction.k dk.a^^ uked .wjks ds izf'k{k. Managerial Effectiveness etc.k vfèkfu. consumer grievance redressal mechanism etc.ZØe vkjaHk fd.l 15700 % 2005 **xq.sls 20 dk.Z'kkykvksa esa Hkkx a ysdj Hkk ek C.k a blls izHkkfor lHkh {ks=ksa esa lsok iznk. naMks]a miHkksDrk laj{k.ZØe .kZy. izf'k{k.

kstu fd. Time norms specified for various activities of BIS in the Charter have been displayed at HQs/ROs/BOs have also been advised for display of time norms specified in the Charter at prominent place.k x.k] rfey] rsyqxq] ey.@'kk[kk dk.] {ks=h. }kjk vuq e ks f nr Hkk ek C. educational institutions and Government officials. Some of these brochures have been printed in 10 regional languages.k tk ldsA 2006&07 ds nkS j ku 73 ubZ f'kdk.rksa dh gj ekg leh{kk o fuxjkuh dh tkrh gS rkfd f'kdk.ksa vkSj ljdkjh vfèkdkfj. Telugu.kZy.wjks }kjk {ks=h.k gSA Hkk ek C.k FkkA bu dk. seminars and exhibitions were organized at HQs.ksa esa miHkksDrk tkx:drk dk. Malayalam. Ministry of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances.ZØeks]a laxksf"B.k x.k foHkkx ¼MhvksihVh½] iz'kklfud lqèkkj .kye] dUuM+] xqtjkrh] ejkBh vkSj iatkchA flVhtu pkVZj dkfeZd vkSj izf'k{k. Tamil.¡ 10 {ks=h. delegates from consumer organizations. rFkk 'kk[kk dk. Gujarati.kZy.ksa ij 14 foojf. Brochures Published for the Benefit of Consumers BIS has published 14 brochures on the subjects of consumers’ interest.ksa vkSj izn'kZfu.k FkkA miHkksDrkvksa ds ykHk ds fy. namely Assamese. vkSj 'kk[kk dk.k x.d cksMZ ij iznf'kZr dj fn. Kannada.kksa dh gkWyekfdZx ij a tkx:drk iSnk djus ds fy. esa .u fd.kdk.ksa ds vius usVodZ ds ekè. The programmes were attended by consumers.k] caxkyh] mfM+.k x.ky.ksa us Hkkx fy.rdrkZvksa dk lekèkku tYnh fd. Bengali.k FkkA bl volj ij C. On the occasion.ksa dk vk.kdk. pkVZj esa fofufnZ"V le. Regional and Branch Offices of the Bureau.ZØeksa esa miHkksDrkvks]a miHkksDrk laxBuksa o 'kSf{kd laLFkkvksa ds izfrfufèk. The charter has been hosted on BIS website in bilingual format.wjks dh fofHkUu xfrfofèk. Public Grievances Complaints regarding BIS certified products received from consumers are being reviewed and monitored every month for redressal.e ls ekpZ 2006 esa fo'o miHkksDrk vfèkdkj fnol euk. Hkk"kkvksa esa miyCèk gS] a ftu ds uke gS vlfe.w j ks dk ukxfjd pkVZj dk dk.kA fo'o miHkksDrk vfèkdkj fnol Hkk ek C. 44 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .buesa ls dqN fof'k"V dk. gh FksA turk dh f'kdk.kZ vkHkw"k.rsa jftLVj dh xbZa vkSj dqy 109 f'kdk. vkSj {ks=h.k gSA pkVZj f}Hkk"kh :i esa Hkk ek C.kZUo. World Consumer Rights Day World Consumer Rights Day was celebrated by BIS through its network of ROs/BOs in March 2006.¡ Hkk ek C.kdk.ZØe Lo. has been implemented.r ea=ky. izdkf'kr foojf. Oriya.wjks ds eq[. 73 new complaints were registered and 109 complaints were redressed during the year 2006 -07.k x.rsa Hkk ek C.wjks dh osclkbV ij fn. Citizen Charter BIS Citizen Charter. ekudksa dks eq[.wjks izekf. approved by Department of Personnel & Training (DOPT).kr mRiknksa ds ckjs esa izkIr f'kdk.wjks us miHkksDrk fgr ds fo"k. Marathi and Punjabi. Some of these programmes were exclusively for creating awareness for Hallmarking of gold jewellery.k gSA 2006-07 by BIS HQs/ROs/ BOs.k x.rksa dks fucVk.¡ izdkf'kr dh gSA buesa ls dqN foojf.oa yksd f'kdk.ksa ds fy. consumer awareness programmes.kZy.ky.

Participation in ISO Committees / Subcommittees where India is a ‘P’ member and where India holds secretariat responsibilities was continued. ekudhdj. Hkk ek C.qDr fd.k ds egRo dks izkRlkgu nsus ds fy. fd. for the member countries in the region. lacèk et+cr djus dh fn'kk esa Hkh C. . A seminar on Food Safety Management Systems as per ISO: 22000 were organized by BIS jointly with ISO. Director General. To promote the significance of International Standardization as RLO.wjks ds vfèkdkjh us ekudhdj. a visit was paid to Sri Lanka by DG.ksa esa Hkkx ysdj varjkZ"Vªh. BIS has been successfully utilizing the Global Directory for managing the database with regard to participation in ISO/TC/SC work. Prof.lvks ds chp flrEcj 2006 esa vkbZ. oS|qr&rduhdh vk.k xfrfofèk.ksa dk C.k laxBu ¼vkbZ.u dh vko'.l ¼Hkk ek C.k ds egRo ij m|ksx rFkk vU.k laxBu ¼vkbZ. xfrfof/k. ekudhdj.k laLFkku dk mi.lvks % 22000 ds vuqlkj [kk| lqj{kk izcèk i)fr.k¡ C. ns'kksa ds fy. x.Z'kkyk esa Hkkx fy.wjks us vkbZ.kstu {ks= ds lnL.f'k. The details of the some activities in the area of International Co-operation are highlighted below: International Organization for Standardization (ISO) During the year.wjks ds egkfuns'kd dks {ks= ds ns'kksa dh t:jrksa vkSj vko'. esa viuk iz.kA Hkk ek C. ns'kksa ds lkFk f}i{kh.yvks ds :i esa varjkZ"Vªh. vkbZ.ksx lQyrkiwoZd a fd.lvks½ o"kZ ds nkSjku] Hkk ek C.kA Hkk ek C.wjks us vkbZ. leUo.drk dk vkdyu djus ds fy. i.k .varjkZ"Vªh.k dsUnz ds :i esa Hkk ek C.lvks ds lkFk la.lvks ds {ks=h.kèkkfj.k rFkk varjkZ"Vªh.kA vkbZ.ks@mi&lfefr.Z esa Hkkx ysus ds lacèk a esa MkVkcsl izcèk gsrq oSf'od funsf'kdk dk mi. BIS participated actively in ISO Policy meetings and the ISO Committee meetings on Developing Country matters. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 45 .{k izk-s eklkeh rukdk us 6 uoEcj] 2006 dks Hkk ek C. ekudhdj.k xfrfofèk.wjks us vius iz. Similarly. president of ISO visited BIS on 6th November 2006 and an interactive workshop was held with industry and other stakeholders on importance of International standardization post-WTO Scenario. ekudhdj.ksa esa mudh Hkkxhnkjh lqn`<+ cukus ds mís'.ksa ij . ekudhdj. BIS. ekudhdj.wjks ds izf'k{k. BIS was appointed the ISO Regional Liaison Officer (RLO) for South Asia Region for the period 2004 – 2006 with the objective to identify and analyse the needs and requirements of the countries in the Region and to strengthen their participation in International Standardization activities. The Bureau also continued its activities in the field of regional and bilateral co-operation with other countries. vfèkdkjh ¼vkj.lvks lfefr cSBdksa esa lfØ.ksa vkSj rduhdh lfefr.ksa dks izkRlkgu nsus esa s lgk. nf{k. Masami Tanaka.kl tkjh j[ksA a w varjkZ"Vªh.k vkSj MCY.ksx djus ds fy.llh dk.ksx ¼vkbZbZlh½ ds uhfr&fuèkkZjd fudk.kl tkjh j[kkA vU.kA blh izdkj Hkk ek C. esa varjkZ"Vªh.lvks½ vkSj varjkZ"Vªh. gS] vkSj tgk¡ Hkkjr ds ikl lfpoky.A blls {ks= esa ekudhdj.k x.k x.qDr :i ls vkbZ.rk feysxhA vkbZ.ksx ds {ks= esa egRoiw. ds lkFk 2004&06 dh vofèk ds fy. a BIS official visited Bhutan to assess their needs for upgradation of facilities in the field of standardization.ksSjk uhps fn.d le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj fd.kA INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES The Bureau continued its activities in the field of International Standardization by way of active participation in the various activities of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Electro Technical Commission (IEC). dk mÙkjnkf.wjks dk nkSjk fd. HkwVku dk nkSjk fd.k ifjn`'.wjks ds egkfuns'kd us Jhyadk dk nkSjk s fd.d var%fØ.k FkkA vkj.lvks ds vè.kZ xfrfofèk.lvks {ks=h.wjks }kjk vkbZ.lvks@Vhlh@. An MoU between NITS (BIS) and ISO was signed in September 2006 to use the Training Institute of BIS as Regional Training Centre of ISO.kA bl laxks"Bh esa yxHkx 200 vfrfFk.k ds {ks= esa lqfoèkkvksa ds mUu.wVhvks ds ckn ds ifjn`'. izf'k{k. :i ls Hkkx fy.uvkbZVh.Ro gS] tkjh j[kk x. lg.ksa us Hkkx fy.wjks us varjkZ"Vªh.d laxks"Bh dk a vk.d **ih^^ lnL.drkvksa dks vfHkKkr djus rFkk muds fo'ys"k.k tk jgk gS % varjkZ"Vªh.ksa ds lkFk .lvks lfefr.kRed dk.ksa dh Hkkxhnkjh] tgk¡ Hkkjr a .kA . About 200 delegates participated in the seminar.ksa dh xfrfofèk.k {ks= ds fy.lvks uhfr cSBdksa vkSj fodkl'khy ns'k ds ekeyksa ij vkbZ.wjks½ vkSj vkbZ.k gSA Hkk ek C.yvks½ fu. This will help in promoting Standardization activities in the region.

Germany for bilateral discussion and technical visit to BAM-Federal Institute for materials research and testing 5- Jh ..oa Jh Mh.lvks dk. Berlin & Hannover guksoj esys esa Hkk ek C.u ds chp le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj ds fy. nkSjs dk LFky@frfFk Place of visit /Date iz. visit to DIN HQ at Berlin.w dk Hkh lnL. cSBdksa ds lkFk m|ksx ds vusd izfrfufèk. oS|qr&rduhdh vk. DDG (PP&C) 24&28 vizSy 2006 Ýkal 24-28 April 2006 France vkbZ.kA Hkk ek C.E (Director) 24&27 vizSy] 2006 teZuh] cfyZu vkSj guksoj 24-27 April 2006 Germany.e. Ø.u gsrq la.oa lh½ L.lMh½ Dr.evkj. Grover.qDr lewg dh cSBd Meeting of Joint Group for implementation of MRA in Goods under CECA between India and Singapore okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . gSA International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Efforts were made for strengthening the national participation in IEC.A Hkk ek C.ih.k 11-12 April 2006 Vienna.ds.vkj. ds dk. BIS delegation attended a number of policy level meetings in the IEC GM along with a few technical committee meetings.ksa ds izek. Spain xzkgd larf"V ekud ij varjkZ"Vªh. gSA Hkk ek a C.E (Director)(IR&TISD) 26&28 vizSy 2006 flaxkiqj 26-28 April 2006 Singapore 46 Hkkjr vkSj flaxkiqj ds chp lhbZlh.e mRiknksa vkSj Lusgdksa dh 24oha s rduhdh lfefr dh cSBd 24th Technical committee meeting of ISO/TC 28 Petroleum products and lubricants 6- MkW. izfrHkkfxrk dks lqn`<+ cukus ds iz. :i ls Hkkx fy.ksa dh cSBdksa eaas Hkh Hkkx fy. Bajaj. A number of representatives from the industry also attended technical committee meetings held along with the General meeting at Berlin during this period. ekud ds fu/kkZj.uk] vkWfLVª. BIS participated actively in the various activities of IEC and participated in IECGM meetings at Berlin in September 2006.ku a ls lacfèkr vkbZbZlhbZbZ vkSj vkbZbZlhD.ds xaHkhj] oSKkfud . R.ksa us rduhdh lfefr.Q.uke vkSj in laSl Name & Designation No.ds. Singh. Austria lkekftd ns.k x.ctkt] oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ ¼vkbZvkj .wjks ds vfèkdkjh dks rhu o"kZ dh vofèk ds fy.e & lkexzh vuql/kku vkSj ijh{k.wjks vkSj MhvkbZ. Active participation in the IEC Committee/Subcommittees where India is P member was continued.Mh½ Shri N. Sc.oa izeq[k¼.wjks ds f'k"V eaMy us dqN rduhdh lfefr cSBdksa lfgr vkbZbZlh dh uhfr Lrjh.vkj.K.u.lvks@Vhlh 28 isVªkfy.lMh½ Shri P.F&H (MSD) 11&12 vizSy 2006 fo.k vkSj flrEcj 2006 esa cfyZu esa vk. ekud ds fodkl ij vkbZ. Gambhir.ksftr lkekU.'kekZ] egkfuns'kd . Goswami.R.rk ij .k gSA vkbZblh lfefr@milfefr.Zdkjh lewg dh cSBdsa ISO Working Group meetings for formulation of International Standard on Measurement of Customer Satisfaction 4- Jh .Z'kkyk ISO workshop on the development of an International Standard on ‘Social Responsibility' 3- Jh jkds'k oekZ vij egkfuns'kd Shri Rakesh Verma. ds varxZr oLrqvksa esa . Sc.l.xksoj] oSKkfud .F (FAD) 3&8 vizSy] 2006 ÝksVkystk] czkt+hy + 3-8 April 2006 Fortaleza. Hkkxhnkjh tkjh jgh tgka Hkkjr . Sharma.ky.kl fd.wjks fo|qr rFkk bySDVªkWfud mRiknks@dEifu.Q .k ds fy. QsMªy laLFkku esa a f}i{kh. cfyZu] teZuh esa MhvkbZ.kA Hkk ek C.ksx ¼vkbZbZlh½ vkbZbZlh esa jk"Vªh.Q ¼. x. fuokZfpr fd.d ^ih* lnL.kZUo.lvks q dk.ksftr vkbZbZlhth. Sc. Sc.ksa esa lfØ. Brazil dhVuk'kh vo'ks"kksa ij dksMDl lfefr dk 38oka l= s 38th Session of Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues 2- Jh ih.varjkZ"Vªh.xksLokeh] oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ Shri S. cSBdksa esa Hkkx fy. ppkZ vkSj rduhdh nkSjk For signing of MOU between BIS & DIN at Hannover Fair.e cSBdksa esa Hkkx fy.u eq[.K.k gsrq vkbZ.oa VhvkbZ. dk nkSjk ch. K. ADG 10&12 vizSy 2006 esfMªM] Lisu 10-12 April 2006 Madrid.kA bl vofèk ds nkSjku cfyZu esa vk.d varjkZ"Vªh. vkbZbZlh ifj"kn eaMy dk lnL.ksa Z esa lfØ.flag] mi egkfuns'kd ¼ihih .P.y. DG & Shri D. BIS is also member of IECEE & IECQ related to certification of electrical and electronic products/companies BIS officer has also been elected as the member of the IEC Council Board for the period of 3 years.wjks us vkbZbZlh dh fofHkUu xfrfofèk.kstu Purpose 1- Jh . vusd lkekU.

lvks@Vhlh 38@.ds27-28 April 2006 London. dh dk.oa VhvkbZ. daMh'kfuax ifjos'k vkSj HkkSfrd ijh{k.w. Geneva Switzerland vkbZbZlh ifj"kn cksMZ cSBd IEC Council Board Meeting 12. K. Sc.oa izeq[k ¼. Rachna Sehgal Sc.l.lMh½ Shri P.lvks@Vhlh 69 dh rduhdh lfefr cSBd] lkaf[.e.7- Jh .lvks@Vhlh 126] rEckdw vkSj rEckdw mRiknksa dh rduhdh lfefr cSBd@.l. Application of Statistical Methods 16.llh 12 dh 34oha rduhdh lfefr cSBdA fujarj fey piVs osfYkr mRikn 34th Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC/SC 12 Continuous Mill Flat Rolled Products ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 47 . E (Director) IR&TISD 23&26 ebZ 2006 dkBekaMq] usiky 23-26 May 2006 Kathmandú.qDr funs'kd½ .e.k rFkk blds dk.oa VhvkbZ. Bajaj Sc...Jh jkds'k oekZ vij egkfuns'kd Shri Rakesh Verma ADG 26&27 ebZ 2006 ykl osxkl@U.lMh Dr R..lVh.krk ij mi lewg dh igyh cSBd Workshop of SAARC Regional Standard Body and First Meeting of the Sub-Group on Standards and Quality 15 Jh ih.ksa dk vuqiz. P.e ds lkFk cSBd@.e.yvkbZVhMh½ Shri Sukh Bir Singh Sc. Renu Gupta Sc.Mh½ dksvkykyEiqj eysf'k.qDr funs'kd½ vkbZvkj .wds 10-12 July 2006 London.lMh Smt. Sweden vkbZ.qDr funs'kd½ lhbZMh Shri S.lMh Smt.lvkbZ ds lkFk cSBd Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 126.lvks lhvksihvks.ybZlh okf"kZd CkSBd rFkk *ekud% vk/kqfudh vFkZO. F & Head (SP&CAD) 22-26 May 2006 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia vkbZ.e.ylhvks ¼miHkksDrk uhfr lfefr½ cSBd ISO COPOLCO ( Consumer Policy Committee) meeting 10.lvks@Vhlh@. D (Joint Director)MSD 15&19 ebZ 2006 fyLcu] iqrZxky 15-19 May 2006 Lisbon.kq xqIrk] oSKkfud Mh ¼la. Greece lhbZ.'kekZ egkfuns'kd Jh lat.oa lh.Jherh jpuk lgxy oSKkfud Mh ¼la.oLFkk esa cktkj ds vkdyu dh dqth^ ij 'kks/k i= izLrqr a CEN-CENELEC annual Meeting & present paper on ‘Standards: A key for accessing markets in the modern economy 17.wvkjMh Shri A. UK vkbZ.M. Sneh Bhatla.ds. E (Director) MTD 10&12 tqykbZ 2006 yanu] .lih .E (Director)WRD 24&28 vizSy 2006 yanu] . Sharma DG Shri Sanjay Pant Sc.dh fof/k.ech rduhdh lfefr dh cSBd ¼rduhdh izc/k a eaMy½ lkekftd nkf. F & Head (TXD) 10&13 ebZ 2006 LVkWdgkse] LohMu 10-13 May 2006 Stockholm.llh 24 *diM+kas ds fy.kWdZ@ fQykMsyfQ.Ro ij dk.oekZ oSKkfud bZ .eVhMh Shri Deepak Jain Sc.ctkt oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ vkbZvkj . S. F & Head (MSD) 05&09 twu 2006 lu flVh lkmFk vÝhdk 05-09 June 2006 Sun City South Africa vkbZ.k Smt.k . Tobacco & Tobacco Products /Meeting with ASTM/Meeting with ANSI 14.Jherh js. ekud fudk.vkj.Zdkjh lewg Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TMB (Technical Management Board) Working Group on Social Responsibility) 11.w .Jh lq[kchj flag] oSKkfud .w.Z'kkyk vkSj ekudks rFkk xq.a^ dh rduhdh lfefr cSBdsa Technical committee meetings of ISO TC 113/SC 2 ‘Flow measure structures’ 8- Jh .llh 2 *izokg ekiu lajpuk.l.. Portugal vkbZ.ih.u.Q .Q .MsfoM] oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ MCy. iar oSKkfud Mh ¼la. David.ubZ.Jh nhid tSu oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ .Q .K vkbZ. D (Joint Director) CED 06&07 twu 2006 fFklkyksfudh] xzhl 06 -07 June 2006 Thessalonica.oa izeq[k ¼Vh. F & Head (LITD) 16&18 ebZ 2006] ftusok LohVt+jySaM 16-18 May 2006. Gambhir Sc.xaHkhj] oSKkfud . K.lvks@Vh.Jh . Verma Sc.oa izeq[k¼.u & lhbZ. Sc..ksx Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 69. Nepal lkdZ {ks=h.oa izeq[k ¼. 21-27 May 2006 Las Vegas/New York/ Philadelphia USA vkbZ.Zdkjh lewg^ dh rduhdh lfefr cSBd Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 38/SC 24 'Conditioning Atmospheres and Physical Tests for Fabrics and its Working Groups’ 9- Jherh Lusg HkkVyk] oSKkfud 22&26 ebZ 2006 . D (Joint Director) IR &TISD 16&17 ebZ 2006 dkBekaMq] usiky 16-17 May 2006 Kathmandu Nepal xSj iz'kqYd ck/kkvksa ij lk¶Vk mi lewg dh cSBd Meeting of SAFTA Sub-Group on Non-Tariff Barriers 13.MkW. U.ds.DlMh½ Shri M.lvks Vhlh 113@.

lMh Jh .ih.h lfefr dh 59oha cSBd ¼fo.oa izeq[k ¼vkbZvkj . Diundi Sc.a=.xksLokeh oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ vkbZvkj . K.. F & Head (IR&TISD) 40th Meeting of ISO/DEVCO & 29th ISO General Assembly 24.k dk.wjks vkSj . K. Singh ADG 16&17 vxLr 2006 Jhyadk 16-17 August 2006 Sri Lanka Hkk ek C.Jh .y. vkbZch.oa VhvkbZ.yvkbZVhMh Shri D. B (Deputy Director) ITS Smt. MoCA.pkS/kjh MhMhthVh Jh lh.e. okrkZ.y.k] czkt+hy 14-15 August 2006 at Brasilia.k vkSj dk. Prasad Sc.l.bZ. Mansingh Secretary 11-15 September 2006 (Consumer affairs).Jherh vydk fljksgh vij lfpo] miHkksDrk ekeys foHkkx Jh gjeksgu thr flag iljhpk oSKkfud Mh ¼lh.kra= ewY.k ea=ky. Reena Garg Sc.Jh oh. ekudhdj.egs'ojh oSKkfud .l.oa izeq[k ¼ihthMh½ Shri Rakesh Kumar Sc.ZØe Training Programme on International Standardization on Plain Bearings 23. Bhatia DDGM 14&25 vxLr 2006 MsuekdZ] LohMu vkSj fyFkqfu.evkj.lvks@Msodks dh 40oha cSBd rFkk 29oha vkbZ. Goswami Sc. Sharma DG Shri Y.Jh Mh.n[kqMh] oSKkfud bZ a ¼funs'kd½ vkbZvkj .eMh IV½ 18&19 flrEcj 2006 izkx] psdx.Jh .kstuk ds varxZr . Chaudhuri DDGT Shri C. ij gLrk{kj vkSj f}i{kh.flag] vij egkfuns'kd Shri S.k .ksdksgkek tkiku 06-22 September 2006 Yokohama Japan lkns ch.l.Dl cSBd IECEx Meeting 22.Q . K.Z l= 14-25 August 2006 Denmark .l.'kekZ] egkfuns'kd Jh okbZ. la?k }kjk fuf/kÑr VhvkbZMhih ifj.ds.l. Brazil.y.lMh Shri V.ih.k vkSj eqgjkadu ij LFkk.qDr funs'kd½ .oa VhvkbZ.oh.Jh jkds'k dqekj] oSKkfud . M.k dk izf'k{k.wjksih.wjksih.HkkfV.a Signing of MRA between BIS & SLSI & Bi-lateral talks 20.izlkn oSKkfud ch ¼mi funs'kd½ vkbZVh.lvkbZ ds chp . la?k ns'kksa esa izf'k{k. F & Head (PGD) 06&22 flrEcj 2006 .lvks egk lHkk Shri L. V.suk le>kSrk] 1972½ vkSj .Q . P.lMh½ 11&15 flrEcj 2006 vkbZ. P.ds.Jh . milewg cSBd IBSA Sub-Group meeting 19. D (Joint Director) LITD Shri S. Sweden & Lithuania Training & Working Session in EU Countries under TIDP Project funded by EU 21. E (Director) IR&TISD 14&15 vxLr 2006 czkflfy.l Jherh jhuk xxZ] oSKkfud Mh ¼la.ekuflag lfpo ¼miHkksDrk ekeys½] miHkksDrk ekeys] [kk| vkSj lkoZtfud forj.e 02&09 flrEcj 2006 02-09 September 2006 vkbZbZlhbZ.18.k] MhMhth.oku /kkrqvksa ds fu.ds. E (Director) IR&TISD Shri L. Jh . Maheshwari Sc.fjax ij varjjk"Vªh.oa VhvkbZ.vks 48 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .F&PD Shri S.

Mhth.pkS/kjh] oSKkfud . F & Head (PCD) 16–20 October 2006 at Bad Breisig. la?k ds ns'kksa esa v/.l.eq[kthZ] oSKkfud . Electrical Accessories 30. esa mRÑ"Vrk ds fy. Alka Sirohi Additional Secretary .dalkjk oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ ¼.oa izeq[k ¼ihlhMh½ 20 vDrwcj 2006 Dr D.Mh.Jh lq[kchj flag] oSKkfud . and microwave passive components and IEC/TC 108.e. Lamps & related equipments and its subcommittees SC 34 A . Germany.ih.llh 34. F & 25 September 29 Head (LITD) September 2006.DLkMh Shri Anil Kumar Sc.Jh . Kansara Sc.kZUo.u djus ds fy. ljdkjh laxBUkksa esa lsok xq. 28.llh 17Mh] dh rduhdh lfefr cSBdsa Technical Committee Meeting of Switchgear & control gears IEC/SC 17 B.Jherh fu'kkr . IEC SC 17 B.Mrs.egs'ojh] oSKkfud .ds.lMh½ lhbZ eqgjkadu ij .lvks@Vhlh 61 dh 55oha rduhdh lfefr cSBd & IykfLVDl 55th Technical Committee Meeting of ISO/TC 61-Plastics 26.u nkSjk ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 49 .wjksih. Berlin. Germany vkbZbZlh 17ch] MCY.llhMh½ 08&15 vDrwcj 2006 . eSydkWe cky Mªht xq.lvks@Vhlh 221 rduhdh lfefr cSBd] ft.] .ks flaFksfVDl vkSj blds dk. D (Joint Director) TXD 19&20 flrEcj 2006 tkiku ls . F & Head (ETD) 25-30 September 2006 Berlin.Jh . Rubber & Rubber Products 33. Yokohama. SC 34 C.Jh vfuy dqekj oSKkfud Mh ¼la. Haque. Berlin.MhthVh 30 vDrwcj & 7 uoEcj] 2006 Jh okbZ.Q .Jh ih.llh 34ch] .ih.Jh vejthr flag oSKkfud bZ ¼funs'kd½ ihlhMh Shri Amarjeet Singh Sc.Q .lvks Vhlh 45] jcj vkSj jcj mRiknksa dh 54oha rduhdh lfefr cSBd 54th Technical Committee Meeting of ISO TC 45. Chaudhury Sc.ksdksgkek 19-20 September 2006.Q .Jh jkds'k oekZ] .Zdkjh lewg Technical Committee Meeting ISO/TC 221 Geo-Synthetics and its Working Groups 27. SC 34 D & IEC/SC 23 B .oa izeq[k ¼bZVhMh ½ cfyZu] teZuh Shri P.l gd oSKkfud Mh ¼funs'kd½ ¼bZVhMh½ Smt. Germany.ksdksgkek 16-22 September 2006.krk iqjLdkj i)fr ds vuqHko dk dk. IEC Council and Meetings of IEC/SC 46F.e MsuekdZ] csyft.qDr funs'kd½ Vh. Safety of electronic equipment within the field of audio/video.llh 23ch dh rduhdh lfefr cSBdsa Technical Committee Meeting of IEC/ TC 34.kstuk ds izpkyu esa 'kkfey djus ds fy. P. IEC SC 17 D 31. Yokohama Japan vkbZ. information technology and communication technology Shri Sukh Bir Singh Sc.oa vkbZbZlh@Vhlh 108 cSBdsa IEC Council Board.llh 17ch] vkbZbZlh .w.MkW.llh 34Mh vkSj vkbZbZlh@.oa .ds.wth 2] vkbZbZlh .. Sc.llh 46. K.Q 25&30 flrEcj 2006 .e vkSj teZuh Jh lh. vè. Nishat S. E (Director) (MSCD) 8 -15 October 2006 USA 32.llh 34lh] .p ¼vkbZvkj . loksZÙke .l. D (CMD IV) 18-19 September 2006 Prague. Scientist D (Deputy Director) (ETD) 24&30 flrEcj 2006 cfyZu] teZuh 24-30 September 2006.oa izeq[k ¼. K.yvkbZVhMh½ 25 flrEcj ls 29 flrEcj 2006 cfyZu] teZuh vkbZbZlh ifj"kn cksMZ] vkbZbZlh ifj"kn vkSj vkbZbZlh@. vkbZ. Mukherjee Sc.u.. Republic of Czechoslovakia 59th Meeting of Standing Committee on Control & Marking of Precious Metals (Vienna Convention. Germany vkbZbZlh@Vhlh 34] . K. Germany vkbZbZlh egklHkk IEC General Meetings 29.ds.ds. SC 34 B. 1972) & AEAO 25.Q teZuh esa 16 ls . Sharma DG 28&29 flrEcj 2006 cfyZu] teZuh 28-29 September 2006 Berlin.krk iznk. Japan vkbZ. Department of Consumer Affairs Shri Harmohan Jit Singh Pasricha.flag] . WG 2. E (Director) PCD 16&22 flrEcj 2006 tkiku ls .u nkSjk Study Tour to share implementation experience of Malcolm Balridge Quality Award System to incorporate suitably in the operation of Sevottam Scheme for Excellence in Service Quality Delivery in Government Organizations Shri N.'kekZ] egkfuns'kd Shri S.oa VhvkbZ.

F&H (MSD) 27 January -2 February 2007 Sydney. D (ETD) 21&23 uoEcj] 2006 21-23 November 2006 5oha tsvkbZ. Manju Gupta. Trehan.E (IR&TISD) 20&24 Qjojh 2007] dksyEcks Jhyadk 20-24 February 2007 Colombo. Quality Control and Measurement and 1st meeting of SAARC Standards Coordination Board.oa izeq[k] .Shri Rakesh Verma. Sc.ksx djkjukesa ¼lhbZlh.oa .Jh lq[kchj flag] mi egkfuns'kd ¼ihih .F&H (IR&TISD) 30 October – 7th November Study Tour to EU countries on CE marking 2006 Denmark.Z s cy CkSBd Meeting of Codex Intergovernmental Task Force on Food Derived from Biotechnology 39.yVhMh ½ 21&23 uoEcj] 2006 Shri Sukh Bir Singh.l.ksx'kkykvksa esa ijh{k.oa lh½ Shri Sukhbir Singh DDG (PP&C) 23&24 ekpZ 2007] flaxkiqj 23-24 March 2007 Singapore Hkkjr vkSj flaxkiqj ds chp O.=sgu] oSKkfud bZ ¼lrdZrk½ Shri Anant Dhul.k djuk 25 October .llh@vkbZblh@.l ds varxZr ykblslksa dk fuxjkuh lrdZrk a fujh{k.Jherh eatq xqIrk] oSKkfud Mh ¼bZVhMh ½ Smt.e.F&H (LTD) 21-23 November 2006 ekudks]a xq. 41. F&H.D (ETD) Pacific Human Resource Development Seminar 38. Sc.k vk.Jherh jsuw xqIrk] oSKkfud Mh ¼.lMh½ Smt.e.ctkt] oSKkfud bZ ¼vkbZvkj .lth . ADGT Shri Y.K.kbZ iz'kkar ekuo lalkèku Z fodkl laxks"Bh 5th JISC/IEC/APSG Asian Sc.k@va'k'kks/ku iz.e. Sc. Sc. ADGM Shri C.u.l Jh .wth dh dk.Q .th½ ij dk.K.D (MSD) 14&15 fnlEcj 2006 LVkWdgkse LohMu 14-15 Decmeber 2006 Stockholm.lvks@MCY. Grover. Stockholm lkekftd nkf. 37..oa .p ¼.P.ksa ij a a izf'k{k. eaMy dh igyh cSBd 5th meeting of the Standing Committee on Standards. Sc. CVO Shri R.p ¼.ih. Sri Lanka Hkkjr & Jhyadk lhbZih.f'k.ds.h lfefr dh 5oha cSBd vkSj lkdZ ekud leUo. Sc. Sc. NITS Shri A.. leh{kk 3rd Secretary level review of Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between India and Singapore okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 50 . Madhulika Prakash. Renu Gupta.Mh½ Smt.krk fu.{k lykgdkj lewg ¼lh.Jherh e/kqfydk izdk'k] oSKkfud .Q .E (Vigilance) 25 vDrwcj & 2 uoEcj] 2006 phu .k vkSj ekiu ij LFkk.xzkoj] s 27 tuojh & 2 Qjojh 2007] oSKkfud .ksx'kkyk izc/k i)fr.lMh½ Dr.Zdkjh lewg Working Group on Social Responsibility Chairs’s Advisory Group (CAG) 40.Z'kkyk vkSj cSBd Workshop and meeting of ISO/WG on Social Responsibility. KBO 20 &23 uoEcj] 2006 iz. Singh.S.K. Maheshwari. dh cSBd ds fy.01 Decmeber 2006 tSo izkS|ksfxdh ls mRiUu Hkkstu ij dksMDl varj& ljdkj dk.2nd November Carrying out surveillance vigilance inspection of 2006 China licences under FMS 35.ds. D.uvkbZVh.Jh vuqie dkSy] oSKkfud .ds.oa . Sc.Ro v/. ds varxZr .Q. ljdkjh f'k"VeaMy dk Hkkx Part of Government delegation for the meeting of the MRA group under India-Sri Lanka CEPA 42.Ro ij vkbZ.Jh vkj.HkVukxj oSKkfud Mh.evkj.Jh .½ dh rhljh lfpo LRkjh. R.Q .ksftr djuk 20-23 November 2006 Conduct training on Laboratory Management systems for testing/calibration in the laboratories 36 Jh lq[kchj flag] oSKkfud .F &H (FAD) 26 uoEcj & 01 fnlEcj 2006 26 November .dschvks Shri Anupam Kaul. Sc. Sc.Q.Q .Jh vuUr <qy] lhohvks Jh vkj. Belgium & Germany 34.lMh½ flMuh] LVkWdgkse Shri N. Sweden lkekftd nkf.kid lg.oa VhvkbZ. Bhatnagar. Bajaj.a=.p ¼.K.

wjks us ekud vkSj vuq:irk vkdyu ls tqMs+ {ks=ksa esa nf{k.d&nwljs dh ijh{k. rduhdh lgk. BIS also participated in the SAARC meetings of the Standing Group on Standards.k ds {ks=ksa esa lg. The agreement was signed in April 2006.u.k vkSj ekiu rFkk ekiu vkSj xq.k ds {ks=ksa esa lg.krk ij mi&lewg ij ekud lewg dh lkdZ cSBd esa Hkh Hkkx fy.Zrk ds izkoèkku lacfèkr izek. e.A Hkk ek C..ksx djkjukes ij gLrk{kj fd.½ ds lkFk le>kSrk Kkiu a s ij gLrk{kj fd. technical information and training.lvkbZ½ ds lkFk le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj fd.lksfl.k ds {ks= esa lg.A bl djkjukes ij vizSy 2006 esa gLrk{kj fd. BIS also signed an MoU with Afghan National Standardization Authority (ANSA). certification.l. quality assurance and testing.wjksih.wjks us xSj&iz'kqYd mik.u. vQxkfuLrku us'kuy LVsMMkZbt+'ku . A SAARC standards Coordination Board has already been established. Germany on 24 April 2006 at Hannover.ksx dk. ekud fudk. lg.wjks us ekudhdj.oa izf'k{k. The agreement also covers co-operation in the areas of standardization.. x.Z tkjh jgkA zs f}i{kh.ksx ds dk.A bl le>kSrk Kkiu esa ekudhdj.a=.ksa dk lk¶Vk mi&lewg esa Hkh Hkkx fy.k] rduhdh lwpuk .f'k.krk vk'oklu vkSj ijh{k.kA Hkk ek C. testing.llh½ ds lkFk leUo. lg. BIS also participated in the SAFTA sub-group on non-tariff measures.k ds fy. 2006 in the field of Standardization and Conformity Assessment.d lkdZ ekud leUo. BIS is also actively participating in the formation for SAARC Regional Standards Body.ZØe Hkk ek C.kbZ {ks=h.k ds {ks= esa lg. certification. lg.lvkbZ½] Jhyadk ds lkFk f}i{kh. lg.ZØe Hkk ek C.kA . An MoU between BIS and DIN Germany was signed at Hannover.ksx ds fy. USA in September.V a w ¼.u] teZuh ds chp .A Hkk ek C.{ks=h. Hkk ek C.A bl djkjukes esa vkil esa . Bilateral Co-operation Programmes BIS signed an MoU with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).k] izek.oa izf'k{k.wjks lkdZ ds {ks=h.k . lg.wjks us ekud] xq. Afghanistan for co-operation in the fields of standardization. gSA a a bl djkjukes esa ekudhdj. x. dk.My dh Hkh LFkkiuk dh xbZ gSA Hkk ek C.k esa Hkh lfØ.l. x. x.ch.k fjiksVZ vkSj fujh{k. Coordination work with EU and PASC (Pacific Asia Standards Congress) was continued.ku . BIS has signed a bilateral co-operation agreement with Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI).FkkWfjVh ¼. Quality Control and Measurement as well as the sub-group on standards and quality.ksx 'kkfey gSA Regional Co-operation Programme BIS continued to take follow up actions on Regional Cooperation Programmes such as South Asia Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) in the areas related to Standards and Conformity Assessment.k vkSj vuq#irk vkdyu ds {ks= esa flrEcj] 2006 ds nkSjku vesfjdu us'kuy LVsMMZ baLVhV~. Brazil was also signed in September 2006. The agreement covers provisions for acceptance of test reports and inspection reports of each other for the purpose of operation of the respective certification schemes.d le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj fd. Sri Lanka in August 2006.f'k.y.wjks us vxLr 2006 esa Jhyadk ekud laLFkku ¼.kstukvksa ds izpkyu gsrq 'kkfey fd.wjks vkSj MhvkbZ.d le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj fd. :i ls Hkkx ys jgk gSA . An MoU with The Associacao Brasileira De Norms Tecnicas (ABNT).ZØeksa esa vuqorhZ dkjZokbZ djuk tkjh j[kk gSA Hkk ek C. MoU covers co-operation in the fields of standardization.ksx vkSj volajpuk dh LFkkiuk ds fy.rk .ku] rduhdh lwpuk vkSj izf'k{k. la?k vkSj iz'kkar .ksx laxBu ¼lkdZ½ tSls {ks=h. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 51 .ksx Hkh 'kkfey gSA n .A guksoj] teZuh esa 24 vizSy 2006 dks ekudhdj. ds fuekZ.wjks us ekudhdj.uVh½] czkt+hy ds lkFk flrEcj] 2006 esa ..k] izek. technical information and training.k fjiksVZ dh Lohdk.k ekud dkaxl ¼ih.ku] ijh{k.ksx dk. Germany for cooperation in the field of standardization and providing technical assistance and training for establishing infrastructure.krk fu.dks czkflfyjk Ms ukElZ VsfDudkl ¼.k] xq.

bZ ds lkFk ekudhdj.ehjsV . esa i.k] vQxkfuLrku us vxLr 2006 esa Hkk ek C.e½ us vxLr 2006 esa Hkkjr&usiky ljdkjh lfefr dh cSBd us ppkZ ds fy.A Hkk ek C.qDr] btjkby ljdkj us vDrwcj 2006 esa Hkk ek C.d le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj fd.kèkkfj. lg.. Hkk ek C.wjks ds egkfuns'kd ds lkFk foLrkj ls ppkZ dhA egkfuns'kd] usiky C.k vkS j vuq # irk vkdyu ds {ks= esa .wjks vkWQ LVsMMZl .ksa us Hkk ek C.k vk. The Commissioner of Standardization .¡ o"kZ ds nkSjku] vUrjkZ"Vªh. Afghanistan visited BIS in August 2006 and held detailed discussions with DG.M tSls ns'kksa ds lkFk ?kfu"B f}i{kh.e.k ds usr`Ro esa vesfjdh f'k"VeaMy us uoEcj] 2006 esa nkSjk fd. Secretary. x.k=k. jk"Vªh.k vkSj Hkk ek C.{k izk-s eklkeh rukdk us 6 uoEcj] 2006 dks Hkk ek C. UAE in the field of standardization and conformity assessment. Germany. BIS DG. Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology (NBSM) visited BIS in August 2006 for the discussion in the Indo-Nepal Governmental Committee meeting and held discussions with DG. BIS for co-operation between the two organizations. Hkk ek C. ds lkFk feydj fla x kiq j ] vks e ku] la .wjks dk nkSjk fd.ksa dh . Afghanistan National Standards Authority. ea=ky.kT.ku ds {ks=ksa esa Hkkjr ljdkj vkSj btjkby ljdkj ds chp lg.k x. ISO President visited BIS on 6th November 2006 and made a presentation to the stakeholders regarding International Standardization.uch. The MoU was signed on 26th March 2007 at New Delhi in the presence of the Prime Minister of India and the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE.ksx ij ppkZ dhA lqJh gkWyh fou.wjks dk nkSjk fd.wjks dk nkSjk fd.oa izek.½ . Dy.k ds fo"k. Israel. q D r jkT.k rFkk varjkZ"Vªh. rFkk fons ' k ea = ky.wjks ds egkfuns'kd ds lkFk foLrkj ls ppkZ dhA vkbZ. other National Standards Bodies and related organizations visited BIS as highlighted below : DG.kMZ] mi lgk. ekud fudk.k tSlk fd uhps crk.ksa ds lkeus izLrqrhdj.k fn. x.d lfpo] nf{k. Asstt.w .kA ekudhdj. v a r i o u s officials from International Standards Bodies.A bl le>kSrk Kkiu ij Hkkjr ds izèkkuea=h vkSj .bZ ds mi jk"Vªifr rFkk izèkkuea=h dh mifLFkfr esa 26 ekpZ 2007 dks ubZ fnYyh esa gLrk{kj fd.Z djuk tkjh j[kk gSA fons'kh izfrfufèk.wjks dk nkSjk fd.ksx ds fy. USA.k gS A egkfuns ' kd] vQxkfuLrku jk"Vª h . Government of Israel visited BIS in October.k vkSj nksuksa laxBuksa ds chp lg. 2006 and discussed co-operation between Government of India and Government of Israel in the fields of Standardization and Certification.k .ksa] vU. ekud fudk. BIS continued to work towards closer bilateral co-operation with countries such as Singapore. South Asia visited in November 2006 to okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .f'k. Prof Masami Tanaka.ksx dh fn'kk esa dk. vejhdk] btjkby] teZuh] lmnh vjc vkSj FkkbZyS.k .wjks dk nkSjk fd. A US delegation led by Ms.wjks us okf. l.ksa rFkk lacafèkr laxBuksa ds vfèkdkfj.k 52 An MoU was signed with the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Measurement (ESMA). Oman.k rFkk ekudhdj.FkkWfjVh QkWj LVsMMkZbt+'ku a s ¼bZ .l.. Saudi Arabia and Thailand in close association with Ministry of Commerce and Ministry of External Affairs. Visits of Foreign Delegates D u r i n g t h e y e a r. ekud iz k fèkdj.lvks ds vè.M esVªksykWth ¼.w. Holly Vineyard. ekudhdj.

A Delegation from UAE visited BIS in March 2007 for detailed discussions on the MoU between BIS and Emirates Authority for Standardization and Measurement (ESMA).d f'k"VeaMy Hkk ek C.wjksih.lvks lh.oa vkbZ.kksa ij izys[kksa dk vè.l.ku fudk.w.llhvks MhvkbZ.qDr jkT. foLrkj ls ppkZ djus ds fy.u.k vkSj vuq#irk vkdyu ds {ks= esa le>kSrk Kkiu ds fy.k vkSj izek.kA discuss issues of mutual co-operation between US and India.llhvks .lZ esa Hkkx fy. vkdyu djus gsrq fd. ekudksa@ekxZnf'kZdkvksa ds :i esa izpkfyr .l a ij ernku fd.bZ dk .bZ ds chp a s a ekudhdj.kA . x..elh½ dk xBu fofHkUu pj. consultants for implementation of EUIndia TIDP Programme visited BIS during the period.lvks lh.llhvks fejj lfefr ¼lh.l@.wul vk.wjks rFkk . vkSj budk eqnz.lvks dh uhfr lfefr gSA Hkkjr vkbZ. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 53 . Two meetings of CASCO NMC were conducted during the year 2006-07..k fudk.u fudk.. nkSjk fd.¡ viuk. inspection bodies.oa izcaèk i)fr... UAE in the field of standardization and conformity assessment.oa Lohdkj djus ds fy.llhvks dk.elh dh flQkfj'k ds vkèkkj ij 6 ekud@ekxZnf'kZdk.k x. Voting on ISO CASCO DIS/FDIS was done. gSA jk"Vªh. 6 Standards/Guides were adopted and have been printed and 6 are under print. India is a ‘P’ member in ISO CASCO.ZØe esa C..u..QMhvkbZ.k rFkk 6 eqnz.lvks lh.. fLFkfr rS.kA bl vofèk ds nkSjku Hkk ek C...k gSA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku lh. lh.k.kA lh. testing laboratories.ku dh izFkk ls lacafèkr ekudksa . Hkkjrh.u ds fy.ks a ] iz R . vk.kkèkhu gSA vkbZ..ksx ds eqÌksa ij fopkj&foe'kZ fd. inspection and certification of products.ZØe dk.ksx'kkykvksa] fujh{k.u. A three member Indian delegation comprising of CASCO NMC members attended 22nd CASCO plenary at Buenos Aires.llhvks . Representatives from the Danish Technological Institute (DTI).V ¼MhVhvkbZ½] ijke'kZnkrk ds izfrfufèk us .FkkWfjVh vkWQ LVsMMkZbt+'ku .u djus vkSj er gsrq jk"Vªh.llhvks vuq#irk vkdyu gsrq vkbZ.llhvks .kj djus .llhvks . processes and services and to the assessment of management systems. certification bodies.ksa] ijh{k.kA vuq#irk vkdyu gsrq lfefr ¼lh.kZUo.ksa] iz e k.k iz. f'k"VeaMy us 29 vDrwcj & 3 uoEcj] 2006 ds chp 22osa lh.k x.h.k fd.w.½ .ksftr dh xbZA lh. la?k w & Hkkjr VhvkbZMhih dk.k] fujh{k.llhvks esa *ih^ lnL.vkSj la. Committee for Conformity Assessment (CASCO) CASCO is the policy Committee of ISO dealing with conformity assessment.e.M estjesV ¼bZ.elh dh nks cSBdsa vk. accreditation bodies and their operation and acceptance for adoption as Indian Standards/Guides.ehjsV . vejhdk rFkk Hkkjr ds chp ijLij lg.ks a vkS j mUgs a Hkkjrh. CASCO National Mirror Committee (CASCO NMC) has been constituted to study the documents at different stages and prepare a national position for vote and adoption and to adopt ISO CASCO guides and standards relating to the practice of testing..wjks esa nkfu'k VsDuksykWftdy baLVhV~. Based on the recommendation of CASCO NMC.llhvks ekxZnf'kZdkvksa vkSj mRiknksa] izØeksa rFkk lsokvksa ds ijh{k. from 29 October–3 November 2006.llhvks½ lh.u..k x.elh lfgr rhu lnL.

ksx'kkyk lsok.k x.ksa esa dEI. and all concerned employees trained on use of the computerized system.k ifj.Z eksVs rkSj ij iwjk gks pqdk gS] blfy.dEI.wVjhdj. BIS is in the process of implementing computerized based systems across its various activities to seamlessly manage its resources.ksa dks usVodZ ls tksMk tk pqdk gS vkSj izek.d vyx [k. gS]a s lHkh dk.kZrk ds pj. out of which the standards formulation software is in final stages of completion. bUVªk Hkk ek C. The intranet site (Intra-BIS) started as a knowledge rich sharable resource is being used on day-to-day basis by all offices of BIS. Mission Paperless In pursuance of a major decision to move towards paperless working.kh Hkwfedk fuHkk jgh gSA blds lkFk dne ls dne feykdj pyrs gq. most of the documents (except those requiring confidentiality and financial approvals) are being transacted over e-mail. A separate section for popularizing the Scheme of Hallmarking Gold and Silver Jewellery has been incorporated.ku&iz k Ir fons ' kh fofuekZrkvks@ykblslèkkjdksa dh lwph Hkk ek C. vuqeksnuksa dh vis{kk okys nLrkostkas dks NksMdj½ bZ&esy ij Hksts tk jgs gSA Kku le`) + + a ck¡Vs tkus .k vkSj dk.k.ksa dks Hkk ek C.l Vh vkbZ] la'kksèku] eSuqvy@ekxZn'khZ fl)kar] QkeZ] ijh{k.Zdykikas ¼ekud fuèkkZj.wVjhdj.k ifj.k ij gS] ds fy.¡ gSA ftUgsa 'kh?kz izpkj&izlkj .wjks ifjppkZ&eap Hkh gS rkfd deZpkfj. manuals/guidelines.k es]a vfèkdrj nLrkost+ ¼xksiuh.kZ.wVjhdj. List of certified foreign manufacturers/licensees are now available on BIS website. all offices connected through network and software developed for operating Certification Marks Scheme.kstuk . 'ks"k a s nks egRoiw.kZ laLFkk ds varxZr lwpuk tSls fd dk. testing charges. Keeping pace.kZ dk.wjks osclkbV osclkbV dh fo"k.wjks½ nSfud vkèkkj ij Hkk ek C.k lkW¶Vos.k tk pqdk gS rFkk lHkh lacfèkr deZpkfj.oLFkk dh tk ldsA a dEI.wVj vkèkkfjr i)fr. lkW¶Vos.j dks vfèkdkfèkd egRo fn.¡½ ftlesa ls ekud fuekZ.k a fn. more and more impetus is being given to the computerization/ application software for remaining two core activities (standards formulation and laboratory services).j vkSj lkW¶Vos.ksa dks dEI.k dks viukus ds eq[. ds vuqlj.kZ vkSj pk¡nh ds vkHkw"k. cukus dk . lalkèku ds :i esa 'kq: dh xbZ bUVªkusV lkbV ¼bUVªk Hkk ek C.j fodflr fd.kstuk ds vUrxZr] visf{kr gkMZo. STIs. dEI.wVjhÑr i)fr ds iz.kstuk pykus ds fy.ksX.wjks osclkbV ij vc a a miyCèk gSA Lo. forms.j lacèkh dk.wjks ds lHkh dk.kksa dh gkWyekfdZx dh .Zdj. Lopkyu vkt lwpuk izkS|ksfxdh izR.ksa dks dk.¡ bR.] Hkk ek C.j iw.k¡ O.kZy.e 2005 ds rgr osclkbV ij cgqr lh lwpuk izLrqr dh xbZ gSA 54 COMPUTERIZATION AND OFFICE AUTOMATION Information technology has today taken the front seat in every organization.k x.kstuk a dks yksdfiz.kZfUor djus dh izfØ. Intranet (Intra–BIS) The intranet is growing in size and knowledge by addition of information on day-to-day basis.kZy.k gSA Hkk ek C.ksx lkW¶Vos.k gSA lwpuk dk vfèkdkj vfèkfu.wjks esa vfèkd egRo ds fofHkUu fo"k. testing facilities with online updation feature.kZy.u vkbZ lh }kjk dk.j laLFkkfir dj fn. BIS discussion forum has been hosted on BIS Intranet to provide opportunity to employees to give their views and comments on various topics of wider importance in BIS. BIS Website The content of website has been made rich by addition/updation of existing information. the required hardware and software have been installed.k esa yxk gS rkfd blds lalkèkuksa dh fcuk fdlh ckèkk ds izcèk&O.oa fu. fu.&lkexzh dks ekStnk lwpuk esa o`f) djds@mls w v|ru djds le` ) cuk. Computerization Project Under the computerization project being implemented by NIC.k@vuqi.ksa ij vius fopkj rFkk fVIif.k x. ifji=] . x. Since the hardware part is largely in place.ksa }kjk bLrseky dh tk jgh gSA bUVªkusV ¼bUVªk Hkk ek C.M 'kkfey fd.kfn ftuesa vkWu&ykbu v|ru djus dh fo'ks"krk.kZfUor dh tk jgh dEI.k vkSj iz.rk vkSj foŸkh. Important in-house information such as office circulars.k izHkkj] ijh{k. A lot of information has been published on the website under Right to Information Act 2005. amendments.sd laxBu esa vxz.ksx dk izf'k{k. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .kZy.ksx dks lekIr djus dk fe'ku dkxt+&jfgr dk.k tk pqdk gSA pwfd gkMZo.wjks½ nSfud vkèkkj ij lwpuk dh o`f) djds bUVªkusV vkdkj vkSj tkudkjh esa fujarj c<+ jgk gSA egRoiw.wjks ij fn[kk.wjks bUVªkusV ij Hkk ek C.Dr djus dk volj fey ldsA Hkk ek C.wVjhdj.k gS A iz e k.ku fpg~u + .k tk z jgk gSA dkxt+ ds iz.fer a lanHkksZa ds fy.wjks viuh fofHkUu xfrfofèk. etc are hosted on Intra–BIS for faster dissemination and regular reference.k lqfoèkk.

Efforts are being taken to revive this project also in line with Centralized AC Project. dk. NBCC was appointed as PMC.kl fd.k gS vkSj vc .uchlhlh dks ih.kvksa ds dkj. mi.Z fofHkUu izpkyukRed a leL. u.Z vDrwcj 2004 esa w a .kstuk lac/kh fuekZ.kstuk çca/k ifj.kstuk dks iqu% vkjaHk djus ds iz.= dk vk/kqfudhdj. Modernization and Installation of New Central AC Plant for Manak Bhavan at BIS Hqs After taking necessary approval from EC.kstuk izc/k vkSj fuekZ.ksa ij dkjZokbZ a djrk gS % i½ Hkk ek C.ksZ]a ftuesa ijke'kZnkrkvks@Bsdnkjksa dks a s Hkqxrku djuk] leUo.k gS] D.Z djus ds fy.k laLFkku@eq[.= dh laLFkkiuk dk dk.kstuk ls lh/ks rkSj ij lacf/kr a w a gSA dsUnzh.jh ifj.ksfd . Project Management & Works Department is looking after the following projects: Jaipur Office Building The building has been taken over from NBCC after getting electrical connection from JVVNL.ky.kaf=d bathfu.kl fd.g iwjh rjg ls dk.k gSA iqjkus dsUnzh. iz .uchlhlh }kjk lkSik x. vkSj l{ke izkf/kdkjh }kjk lkSis x.u.qDr a ijke'kZnkrk@Bsdnkj dks fu.k dk ladyu rFkk mls dsUnzh.ks a @ ds U nz h . electrical and mechanical engineering nature including payments to consultants/contractors.u vkSj vU.kstuk@fuekZ.jh Lo:Ik ds fuekZ.k lfgr lHkh bathfu. electrical & mechanical and horticultural work received from Regional Offices/Central Laboratory/Training Institute/HQs.elh ds :i esa fu. rduhdh ijh{k. To prepare a proposal for obtaining administrative approval and financial sanction to initiate a project/ work including preparation of agenda items for consideration in meetings of Finance Committee and Executive Committee.kaf=d rFkk ckxokuh dk. lrdZrk vf/kdkjh dks HkstukA iii) iv) v) bl le.k dks vkxs izLrqr djus ds fy.iqj ls fctyh dk dusD'ku ysus ds ckn .= dks gVkus dk dke ¼lHkh eaft+yksa ij w a vuqizLFk MDV&i)fr dks NksMdj½ igys gh iwjk gks pqdk gSA u. dk. Jaipur and is fully functional. fdlh vU.kj djukA PROJECT MANAGEMENT The Project Management & Works department works with the following scope: i) ii) To deal with all engineering projects related works including construction of new buildings of BIS. okrkuqdyu ifj. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 55 .ksa dh ns[k&js[k djukA v½ {ks = h.k x.Z ns[k jgk gS % t.Z ds fy. Financial Committee and competent authority.Z ds frekgh fooj.Z 'kq: djus ds fy. coordination and other related aspects. false ceiling.kjh gsrq iz'kklfud vuqeksnu vkSj foŸkh.kZ y . painting of building and substation has also been halted due to the above reason as this is directly connected with Centralized AC Project.Zlph w eqÌksa dh rS.oa laLFkkiu bZlh] foŸkh.ifj.k foHkkx fuEufyf[kr ifj.k dk. dsUnzh.kZy. rFkk foŸk lfefr rFkk dk.kstukvksa rFkk flfoy] oS|qr vkSj .k foHkkx fuEufyf[kr fo"k.] ekud Hkou ds fy.iqj dk.kstuk dks w vkjaHk djus ds iz. lrdZrk vk.k dh izxfr] ftleaas a vfXu 'keu lqj{kk] Nne Nr] Hkou vkSj lcLVs'ku dh isfVax lfgr a van#uh rkjksa dks cnyuk 'kkfey gS] mijksDr dkj. + dsUnzh. okrkuqdyu la.qDr djukA s iv½ lHkh ifj.kstukvksa a dk dk. x. ks x 'kkyk@iz f 'k{k. okrkuqdyu ifj.k dk. okrkuqdyu la. lacf/kr igyw Hkh 'kkfey a gS]a esa fu"iknu dh xfrfof/k.k dk.d vuqeksnu ysus ds i'pkr~] .ksx ds eq[. lfefr vkSj l{ke izkf/kdkjh ls vko'.k :d x.wjks dh ubZ bekjrksa ds fuekZ. gSA a At present. and sending the same to Chief Vigilance Officer for onwards submission to Chief Technical Examiner of Central Vigilance Commission. The installation of new central AC plant has been awarded by NBCC in October 2004 and progress is halted due to various operational problems. dh bekjr tsohoh.y] t. ls izkIr flfoy] oS|qr vkSj .kstuk ds vuqlkj bl ifj. Efforts are being taken to revive the project.uchlhlh ls bekjr dks ys fy. x.Zuhfr lfefr dh cSBdksa esa fopkjkFkZ dk. okrkuqdwyu la. eq[.g dsUnzh.ksZa ls tqMs+ dke djukA a ii½ dksbZ ifj.k dk. gSA ekud Hkou ds vk/kqfudhdj.wjks eq[.k ls #d x.] ifj.k Fkk vkSj vHkh dk.k . The work of dismantling of old central AC Plant (except horizontal ducting of all floors) has already been completed.kstuk@fuekZ. To supervise the execution activity in all the projects and works of civil. iii½ izLrkfor ifj.k gSA ifj. Progress of modernization of Manak Bhawan which includes replacement of internal wiring including fire protection. Compilation of quarterly statement of civil.qDr fd.Z dj jgh gSA Hkk ek C. eatjh w izkIr djus gsrq izLrko rS.k x.kstuk izc/k rFkk fuekZ.ky. To appoint suitable consultant/contractor for the proposed project/work and any other task assigned by the competent authority.

kstuk vkSj as gkWyh Ms gkse tSls dY. ch lh Mh 482 554 457 340 deZpkjh dY. This year. tk jgs a izf'k{k. Puri.ksftr fd.¡ iz'kklu vkSj foÙk .axh vkSj [kqyh fufonk ds fy.w ls eqgjcan izLrko vkeaf=r djus ds ckn vkjaHk djus ds fy.d Hkkx ds :i esa Hkk ek C.wjks gkWyh Ms gkse ds lac/k esa iV~Vk vuqc/k uohÑr dj fn. Training of BIS Personnel BIS continued to make its efforts on development of human resource.k izek. Hkk ek C.ZØeksa esa rSukr Hkh fd.ekudky.k esa Hkkx ys jgs gSa vkSj mUgsa fofHkUu vfHkdj.wjks us vius iz.k Hkk ek C.wjks esa dk.k tk jgk gSA 56 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .rk lsok. xzqi bU'.k 102 119 104 126 . dsUnzh.kstuk us i.¡ tkjh j[kha gSA bl o"kZ a f'keyk] eukyh] iqjh] ekFksjku vkSj ÅVh esa fLFkr Hkk ek C. ekuo laLkk/ku fodkl fnukad 31 ekpZ 2007 dks dqy 1 833 O.k bl izdkj gS % lewg vuqlwfpr tkfr@vuq. l{ke izkf/kdkjh dk vuqeksnu ys fy.kksa ¼Hkkjr es½ }kjk vk.ksa ds fy.a= dh laLFkkiuk lhfer ih. fresh approval to be obtained for open tender.axA s Installation of New Central AC Plant for Manakalaya The approval of competent authority has since been obtained for undertaking the above work after inviting sealed offers from limited PSUs.k.k dk. lrdZrk vk. lease agreement in respect of BIS Holiday Home at Shimla.k gSA rFkkfi] .k x.¡ vkeaf=r dh tk.g ifj.ksjl .k dk. okrkuqdwyu la. fiNM+s oxksZa@'kkjhfjd fu%'kDrksa dk vkj{k.kstuk ekud Hkou ds okrkuqdyu la. u. vuqeksnu izkIr fd.t.k ekuo lalk/ku fodkl ds fy.ku iz.k x.wjks dh fofHkUu xfrfof/k.Zjr FksA o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku Hkk ek C. u.= ifj.k dh lqfo/kk. Matheran and Ooty were renewed.xh vkSj dsUnzh. a total of 1 833 persons were on roll in BIS. However. ds fy.¡ rduhdh lgk.wjks ds a dkfeZd vkarfjd izf'k{k.ksx'kkyk.ksx ds fopkj ls iqu% lhfer fufonk.wjks us vius deZpkfj. The deployment of personnel in the various activities of BIS during 2006-07 is given below : Activity Corporate Standards Formulation Certification Laboratories Technical Support Services Administration and Finance Total Deployment of Personnel as on 31 March 2007 52 206 887 319 147 222 1833 fnuk¡d 31 ekpZ] 2007 ds vuqlkj lewgokj la[. the Group-wise strength is as under: Group SC/ST/OBC/PH Representation A B C D Staff Welfare Welfare measures adopted by BIS for its employees such as Group Insurance Scheme and facility of Holiday Homes were continued.kl tkjh j[ks gSA ekuo lalk/ku ds fodkl ds .ksx 31 ekpZ 2007 dks dkfeZdksa dh rSukrh 52 206 887 319 147 222 1833 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT As on 31 March 2007. Manali.ZØeksa ds izf'k{k.kZIr w a izxfr gksus ds ckn yh tk. 102 119 104 126 482 554 457 340 Total . tk.fDr Hkk ek C.ksa esa dkfeZdksa dh rSukrh uhps nh xbZ gS % xfrfof/k dkWjiksjsV] ekud fu/kkZj.ksx As on 31 March 2007.k.l. BIS personnel are imparted training through in-house training programmes at NITS and also by deputing them to the training programmes being organized by various agencies (within India). this project would be taken up after considerable progress made in the AC project of Manak Bhawan and in view of CVC observation against limited tender.tk-@ vU.k gSA a a Hkk ek C. As a part of the development of human resource.wjks dkfeZdksa dk izf'k{k.

gkfly fd. 1 212.81 percent. 12345- INCOME 1056.86% 19. o"kZ 2005&06 ds nkSjku 34-84 fefy.C.23 million against Rs. The largest contribution to the income was from ISI Certification Marking Fee which stood at Rs.k 'kqYd Conference.00 59. 1 212....u #i.00 80.kh 2-1-3-2½ Interest Income (see Note 2. This is due to increase in number of licences and also due to revision of marking fee. The income under Hallmarking Certification has increased to Rs.98 1255.u #i.kA o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku dqy vk.rk fy.rk [kkrs esa izHkkfjr 574-20 fefy.wjks ¼Hkk ek C.76 million during 2005-06 (including Rs. Consultancy & Training Fee Miscellaneous Income 6. ¼ns[ksa ifjf'k"V I dh fVIi.40 millions against Rs.. gks xbZ gS vFkkZr~ 70-5 izfr'kr dh o`f) gqbZ gSA o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku gqvk dqy O.3. Fkh tcfd xr o"kZ . 1 212-37 fefy.2 of Appendix I) dqy TOTAL 176.foÙk] ys[kk vkSj ys[kk ijh{k.rk [kkrs esa deh ds fy.u #i. 349-00 fefy.ku System Certification ekudksa dh fcØh Sale of Standards lEesyu] ijke'kZ vkSj izf'k{k. rFkk O..27 million in the previous year that is an increase of 18. [kkrs esa 286-00 fefy.ku ds varxZr vk.u #.u #.esa ls O. 1 498-37 fefy.19% (–)14.15 20.12% (–)74.k x.37 million) has been carried over to Capital Fund A/c.84 31. Total income (excluding interest) during the year 2006-07 was Rs.00 million charged towards shortfall in Pension Liability Account) as against 1 396. A comparative statement of Income & Expenditure during 2006-07 vis-a-vis 2005-06 is as under: #. esa lcls cM+k va'knku vkbZ . The remaining net surplus of RS.g 1 396-76 fefy.u #izHkkj lfgr½ tcfd 2005&2006 esa .ds 'ks"k fuoy vf/k'ks"k ¼dqy vk. lgk.k gSA a a s o"kZ 2006&2007 dh rqyuk esa 2005&2006 ds nkSjku vk.37 million less expenditure Rs. 59. ¼C. 574. 349.76 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 57 .ku Product Certification Lo.46% 7.81 15.g 1 219-98 fefy.37 million (including Rs. 7.u esa (Rs.78 1396. Fkh ftlds ifj.84 millions during 2005-06 that is increase of 70.92 11.u #i.u #. The total Expenditure during the year 2006-07 stood at Rs.k yxkrkj vBkjgosa o"kZ vFkkZr~ 2006&2007 esa Hkh Hkkjrh. pqdkus esa vkRe&fuHkZjrk dk y{.k fuEukuqlkj gS % FINANCE ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT For the Eighteenth consecutive year that is 2006-07.kkeLo:i 19-12 izfr'kr dh o`f) gqbZA bl vk. vkSj O. ds 1 212-37 fefy. in millions) 2005-06 2006-07 o`f)@?kVko (%) Increase/ decrease (%) 18.kt vk.23 45.27% vk. Fkk ¼.15 1498.27 34. dk rqyukRed fooj.u #i.kt dks NksM+dj½ 1 453-23 fefy. 1 056.99% 22.58% 39.ku Gold Hallmarking Certification i)fr çek.50% (–)19. 1 498.81% 70.20 million charged to Pension Liability Account towards shortfall therein). ekud C.98 million in the previous year resulting in an increase of 19.37 mRikn izek.k gqvkA gkWyekfdZax izek. 1 453.k esa o`f) vkSj eqgjkadu 'kqYd esa o`f) ds dkj.1.fofo/k vk.00 million against Rs. 286.56 1219. Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) continued to be selfreliant in meeting its expenditure and other liabilities. ls c<+dj 59-40 fefy. fcuk viuk O. jgk vFkkZr~ 18-81 izfr'kr dh o`f) gqbZA .slk ykblsalksa dh la[.g deh isa'ku ns.40 25.?kVk.kZ dk gkWyekfd±x izek. 34.wjks½ us Hkkjr ljdkj ls dksbZ ctVh. dh rqyuk esa 1 255-00 fefy.50 1453.5 percent which is as a consequence of simplification of procedures and rationalization of fee and other charges.ku ekfdZax 'kqYd dk Fkk tks xr o"kZ ds 1 056-27 fefy.l vkbZ izek.12 percent.24 65.fefy. 1 219. 1 255.u #i.00 million in Income & Expenditure A/c (Total Income Rs. Fkk ¼isa'ku ns.u #lfgr gS½A vk.52 17.a½ dks iwth dks"k [kkrs esa vxzf"kr fd.u #i.u #i.

05% dqy ¼iwth dks"k esa varfjr vf/k'ks"k½ a TOTAL 1396. izpkyu O.20 335. Other Operating Expenses 4.O.ksa esa vko'.00 (Surplus Carried to Capital Fund) Hkkjrh.86 432.drk ds vk/kkj ij ys[kkadu dk dk. dqN 'kk[kk dk.00 1212. ekud C.12.06 5.70 58.a=d vkSj egkys[kk ijh{kd dks ys[kk ijh{kk gsrq okf"kZd ys[kk&fooj.vU.. In order to maintain the time schedule for submission of Annual Accounts for Audit to Comptroller & Auditor General of India.wjks dh okf"kZd fjiksVZ rFkk o"kZ 2005&06 ds okf"kZd ys[kk&fooj.57 33.28 574.osru vkSj HkÙks Pay & Allowances 2.2006 and in Lok Sabha on 11.k fnuk¡d 8-12-2006 dks jkT.&vuqlph w dk ikyu djus ds fy.k x.96% (–)40.kksa dks izLrqr djus dh le. x.00 11..43% 1. 58 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .37 286.72 55.kh 2-1-3-1 ns[ksa ½ Retirement Benefits (Refer Accounting Note 2.85% 5.dkmaVV QeksZa ls djok.Z pkVZMZ .lsok fuo`fÙk ykHk ¼ys[kkadu fVIi. EXPENDITURE 408.is'ku nsunkjh ys[ks ds izkoèkku esa va'knku a Contribution towards shortfall in Pension Liability Account 299.76 0.kA as The Annual Report including Annual Accounts of BIS for the year 2005-06 was tabled in Rajya Sabha on 8.3.2006. outsourcing of jobs of accounting work to Chartered Accountant Firms was made on need basis in few branch offices. lHkk esa rFkk 11-12-2006 dks yksdlHkk esa izLrqr fd.59 62.kZy.ewY.14 349.1.1) 3.àkl Depreciation 5.12.A Hkkjr ds fu.

Loans & Advances .3.k.l S 600369186 580932991 ukes % pkyw ns.k¡ Reserves & Funds vks ¼.K.2007 dks fLFkfr As on 31.k vkSj vfxze Current Assets.3. fuos'k dk fooj.Hkkjrh.k Loans ih P .½ O (a) ia’ku ns.w Q 269825612 4356651086 279781768 3537015483 fuos'k Investments vkj R dk.3.k¡ ifjf'k"V&I a Accounting Policies/Notes on Accounts Appendix-I.ksa dk mi.Director General funs'kd ¼ys[kk½ Director (Accounts) funs'kd ¼foÙk½ Director (Finance) ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 59 .u N 906066625 696161666 3570315327 – 5172543618 618556612 655827036 3069191414 – 4343575062 fjtoZ vkSj fuf/k.k¡ ys[ks dk Hkkx gSA w The Schedules referred to above form part of Accounts. Datta) gLrk-/Sd/¼.u pVthZ½ (Sayan Chatterjee) gLrk-/Sd/¼.2006 ¼#i.rk Less : Current Liabilites Vh T 54302266 546066920 5172543618 54155180 526777811 4343575062 .l-ds-nÙkk½ (S.Zdkjh iw¡th WORKING CAPITAL pkyw ifjlEifÙk. Ahuja) egkfuns'kd Director General vij egkfuns'kd Addl.k¡ Fixed Assets D.k ifjf'k"V&II Details of Investments Appendix-II.s@Rupees½ ¼#i.ksa ds lzksr SOURCES OF FUNDS iw¡th fuf/k Capital Fund .ksx TOTAL fuf/k. Åij nh xbZ vuqlfp. gLrk-/Sd/¼lk.p-vkj-vkgqtk½ (H. ekud C.R.ksx TOTAL ys[kk lac/kh uhfr.wjks 31 ekpZ 2007 dk iDdk fpV~Bk BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 MARCH 2007 vuqlwph SCHEDULE 31.2006 dks fLFkfr As on 31.3.ksx APPLICATION OF FUNDS vpy ifjlEifÙk.s@Rupees½ fuf/k.k¡] _.k¡@ys[kk ij fVIif.rk [kkrs s Pension Liability Account vks ¼ch½ O (b) _.2007 31.'k iky flag½ (Yash Pal Singh) gLrk-/Sd/¼.

2. orZeku o"kZ CURRENT YEAR 2006-2007 fiNyk o"kZ PREVIOUS YEAR 2005-2006 vk. 7. O. EXPENDITURE O.s@Rupees½ 1254999383 59397436 24996824 ¼#i. 3. 8.ku System Certification ekudksa dh fcØh Sales of Standards .. . 12.w Q is'ku ns.ku Product Certification Lo. laxBuksa dks pans Subscription to International Organizations th G mRiknu Production .rk [kkrs esa deh ds izfr . vkSj HkÙks Pay and Allowances lh C 432592758 62058482 36387423 37277297 16432729 6704667 73981744 16469717 71863206 38476515 37976844 33143349 349003918 1212368649 286004093 408702222 58862580 32633778 40587072 14355613 6504459 53563206 18265267 72374365 30190638 31238901 55281442 574200852 1396760395 – lsokfuo`fÙk ds vU. 10.ku a Gold Hallmarking Certification i)fr çek.y L vU.oa O. Travelling Expenses . 3. vk.k=k O. Grant (Revenue) .ksx TOTAL II. 4.ksx TOTAL III.. 4. 1498372742 O. 5. 6.p H ijh{k. vk.. dk ys[kk INCOME & EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2007 vuqlwph SCHEDULE I. 1. ykHk Retirement Benefits Mh D deZpkfj. 6. 13.kZy. 1. INCOME ¼#i.ksa ds ykHk Other Staff Benefits bZ E .e M ewY.ksxnku a Contribution Towards Shortfall in Pension Liability Account vks ¼ch½ O (b) .k x.kZ gkWyekfdZx çek.Q F varjkZ"Vªh. Office Expenses ds K ejEer vkSj j[k&j[kko Repairs & Maintenance . 11.k (I-II) SURPLUS CARRIED TO CAPITAL FUND (I-II) 60 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .31 ekpZ 2007 dks lekIr o"kZ ds fy.. 2. Other Income ch B fuos'k ij vftZr C. vf/k'ks"k iw¡th dks"k esa yk. âkl Depreciation D.k Testing vkbZ I izpkj Publicity tsä J dk. 7.. 5. A 80811389 33022409 45145301 0 vU.. 9.s@Rupees½ 1056269152 34838055 31242211 65922603 31706003 176782371 0 1396760395 mRikn çek. O.kt Interest Earned on Investments ljdkjh vuqnku ¼jktLo½ Govt. Other Expenses .

vk.tsV ls jkW.vuqlwph . 2005-2006 42159874 14109000 9653729 65922603 Hkkjrh. SCHEDULE B — OTHER INCOME lEesyu] ijke'kZ vkSj izf'k{k. ALLOWANCES egkfuns'kd Director General vf/kdkjh Officers HkÙks deZpkjh Staff mi .ksx Sub Total 2.ksx TOTAL 33022409 vuqlwph lh&osru vkSj HkÙks 1.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] pkyw o"kZ CURRENT YEAR fiNyk o"kZ PREVIOUS YEAR 2006-2007 1. ekud Indian Standards Hkkjrh.YVh a Royalty from Indian Agent 46047360 27853270 6910759 fons'kh izdk'ku deh'ku vkSj jkW.YVh Royalty from Overseas Bodies & Overseas Publication Commission .k 'kqYd Conferences. .ksx Sub Total . 2. 2.ksx TOTAL 151408238 432592758 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 61 . Consultancy & Training Fees 15521098 17501311 11151422 20554581 31706003 fofo/k ¼ns[ksa fVIi. SCHEDULE C — PAY AND ALLOWANCES osru PAY 341818 132141884 148700818 281184520 96774 71850927 79460537 248261 130172351 149263923 279684535 54206 60141233 68822248 129017687 408702222 egkfuns'kd Director General vf/kdkjh Officers deZpkjh Staff mi . 1.15) . 3.&ekudksa dh fcØh SCHEDULE A — SALE OF STANDARDS [ jkf'k #i.ksx TOTAL 80811389 vuqlwph ch&vU.kh 2-15½ Miscellaneous (see Note 2.

ksxnku a Contribution to Contributory New Pension Scheme . ekud laxBu International Standards Organization 2. towards Deficiet (see Note 2.ksx TOTAL vuqlwph bZ&vU..ksxnku ¼ns[ksa fVIi. Committee Members .ljdkj Lok.k=k fj.ksxnku ¼ns[ksa fVIi. fuf/k dks"k esa deh dh vksj .1) va'knk.kh 2-8½ Contribution to G.8) 3592477 57507804 958201 62058482 ia'ku ns.F.kstuk esa .ksx International Electrotechnical Commission 1.ksx TOTAL vuqlwph th&varjkZ"Vªh.Q&. fo|qr rduhdh vk. lfefr lnL.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] pkyw o"kZ CURRENT YEAR fiNyk o"kZZ PREVIOUS YEAR 2005-2006 1226204 57266790 369586 58862580 123- Hkfo". NqV~Vh .P.vuqlwph Mh&lsokfuo`fÙk ykHk SCHEDULE D — RETIREMENT BENEFITS 2006-2007 [ jkf'k #i. 1.r Leave Travel Concession . laxBuksa dks pans SCHEDULE G — SUBSCRIPTION TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS varjkZ"Vªh.3.k. LVkQ ykHk 1.k=k O.k. SCHEDULE F — TRAVELLING EXPENSES 6751302 30294862 231133 37277297 9215620 31099599 271853 40587072 fons'k Overseas 2.ls.kh 2-1-3-1½ s Yearly Contribution to Pension Liability A/c (see Note 2.ksx TOTAL 17621010 7436223 3371242 7958948 36387423 18659477 5899220 2764570 5310511 32633778 vuqlwph . vf/kdkjh vkSj deZpkjh Officers and Staff 3.k Staff Welfare 3. SCHEDULE E — OTHER STAFF BENEFITS ds. varjkZ"Vªh.rk [kkrs esa okf"kZd .1.vkSj vU. 9821799 6610930 16432729 8526647 5828966 14355613 . fpfdRlk ykHk CGHS and Other Medical Benefits–deZpkjh Staff &is'kuj Pensioners a 2.h ubZ is'ku .ksx TOTAL 62 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . deZpkjh dY.

fdjk. 1. O. SCHEDULE J — PUBLICITY 16469717 18265267 çpkj Publicity vuqlwph ds&dk. HkkM+k vkSj <qykbZ Freight and Cartage a 8. uewus Market Samples a 4.ksx TOTAL ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 63 .ksx'kkyk esa miHkksT.k izHkkj Inspection Charges to Outside Agencies 4498838 10134400 3248846 – .ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] pkyw o"kZ CURRENT YEAR fiNyk o"kZ PREVIOUS YEAR 2005-2006 5796236 708223 6504459 ekud Standards 2. . cqyfVu Bulletin s 1. ckgjh .ksx TOTAL 6704667 vuqlwph vkbZ&ijh{k. cktkj ls [kjhns x. onhZ Liveries 7.kZy.ksx'kkyk midj. chek vkSj cSd izHkkj Insurance and Bank Charges 9.p&mRiknu SCHEDULE H — PRODUCTION [ 2006-2007 5951507 753160 jkf'k #i. Mkd O. tyiku vkSj euksjtu Refreshment and Entertainment a 6.ksa dks fujh{k. VsyhQksu vkSj VsyDl Telephone and Telex s 4.tsfl. HkrhZ Recruitment 5. 2.. SCHEDULE I — TESTING 51560697 43432926 ijh{k.ksx TOTAL 73981744 53563206 vuqlwph ts&izpkj 1. SCHEDULE K — OFFICE EXPENSES 8661882 7034396 9419379 134322 1095843 401224 1906448 1802761 4229603 13222079 23955269 71863206 9488580 6515330 8964122 4301738 881189 432035 2597760 1496900 3686964 11385900 22623847 72374365 LVs'kujh Stationery 2. lkeku vkSj iz.k 'kqYd Testing Fees iz.k 1.k vkSj dj Rent and Taxes 11. fctyh vkSj ikuh Electricity and Water .vuqlwph . Postage 3.kksa dh ejEer vkSj j[k&j[kko Laboratory Consumables and Repair & Maintenance of Lab Equipment 7787809 6881434 3. fofo/k Miscellaneous 10..

3. 2933662 31365318 4177535 38476515 .ksx TOTAL vuqlwph .ksx TOTAL 37976844 64 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . vkokl fuekZ. xq.k¡ Vehicles and DLY Taxies 1..20) 60944 3353802 1174437 15596 4216646 980079 10.y&ejEer vkSj j[k-j[kko SCHEDULE L — REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 2006-2007 [ jkf'k #i. deZpkjh izf'k{k. SCHEDULE M — OTHER EXPENSES lEesyu] ijke'kZ .. fof/k izHkkj Legal Charges 6. Enforcement Outsourcing Expenses 350711 0 31238901 .k cV~Vs [kkrs esa Mkyk ¼ns[ksa fVIi.k s a b) Other Sources—World Bank Loan 9.krk i)fr izHkkj Quality System Charges s 11.k _.vuqlwph . Mwck _.kt@C.kh 2-20½ a Bad Debts Written Off (see Note 2.yokbZ VSfDl. pank vkSj vU.kt ij NwV Interest/Interest Subsidy on House Building Loan vU.k dk. 2.k Staff Training 7. 4.k¡ Hindi Promotional Activities a 12. Library Subscription and Other Expenses ys[kk ijh{kk 'kqYd Audit Fees 5. O. 8. O. lzkr & fo'o cSd _. _.kksa ij C. okgu vkSj Mh. Consultancy and Training Programme bySDVªkWfudh vk¡dM+k lalk/ku Electronic Data Processing 16156178 9183977 299018 1613089 3587578 1858796 338314 12815281 7044000 491162 1569896 3210463 554683 321150 iqLrdky. fgUnh izkRlkgu xfrfof/k.kt Interest on Other Loans from: d½ dsUnz ljdkj a) Central Government 0 0 0 19945 [k½ vU.oa izf'k{k. izoZru vkmVlksflZx O.oa miLdj Furniture and Equipment 2. 1.ZØe Conferences. Hkou Building 3.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] pkyw o"kZ CURRENT YEAR fiNyk o"kZ PREVIOUS YEAR 2005-2006 2877529 23145755 4167354 30190638 QuhZpj ..e&vU.k ij C.

k izfrnku ys[kk fuf/k ls varj.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] 31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr As on 31 March 2007 31 ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr As on 31 March 2006 613635315 o"kZ ds vkjEHk esa vkjfEHkd 'ks"k Opening Balance at the Begining of the Year 618556612 tek Add: i) .1-1 ¼d½ ns[ks] w a Cost of assets capitalized from Plan Grants 1133075 418585 [Refer Schedule 'O' Sl No.k.1(a)] ii) vikjEifjd mtkZ lzkr ea=ky.ksa dh ykxr [vuqlph ^vks* dh Øe la. 1.rk ls iath—r ifjlEifr.2] iv) fo'o cSd _.k dks"k ls lgk. [kkrs ls varfjr vfèk'ks"k Surplus transferred from Income & Expenditure Account 286004093 – o"kkZUr ij vafre 'ks"k Closing Balance at the End of the Year 906066625 618556612 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 65 .vuqlwph .2(a) and Note 2. 1.4. No. vkSj O.ksa dh ykxr [vuqlph ^vks¼.½* dh Øe la[.kstukxr vuqnku ls iw¡thxr ifjlEifÙk.k& a 176971 502712 _. ls izkIr vuqnku ls iwth—r ifjlEifr.k dk Hkqxrku Transfer from World Bank Loan Redemption Fund Account – Payment of Loan v) – 4000000 vk.u—iw¡th fuf/k SCHEDULE N — CAPITAL FUND [ jkf'k #i.k 1-1 ¼x½ ns[ksa] w Cost of Assets Capitalized from Grant from Ministry of Non–Conventional Energy Sources [Refer Schedule 'O(a)' Sl.ksa s a dh ykxr [vuqlph ^vks* dh Øe la[..kh 2-4-2 ns[ksa ] w a Cost of Assets Capitalised from Assistance from Consumer Welfare Fund [Refer Schedule 'O(a)' Sl No. 1.1 (c)] 195874 – w iii) miHkksDrk dY.k 1-2 ¼d½ vkSj fVIi.

16) lkekU.ksx Sub Total 2 deZpkjh fuf/k EMPLOYEES FUND d½ fgrdkjh fuf/k ¼ns[ksa fVIi. Hkfo".ksx'kkyk&lg&dk.k lao"kZ Utilization during the Year 2006-07 viz 2006 2004-05 ds vU.ksx Total Capital Revenue Grant Received Other Receipts/ during 2006-07 Appropriations/ Adjustment jktLo 1 iw¡thdj.kh 2-16½ 0 0 0 208000 92549182 212207 208000 92549182 212207 (-) 830482 689390568 3116943 a) [k½ x½ va'knk.k¡ 1133075 188463 a) 4370 1650000 0 0 195874 0 0 0 100 0 Laboratory Equipment.ksx'kkyk miLdj] daI.ksx Sub Total 0 1505920 92969389 95075461 92969389 96581381 691677029 696161666 dqy .rk 176971 0 (Interest)¼C.wVj rFkk lac) miLdj fuf/k. Hkou fuf/k 66 2975908 0 b) Kolkata Lab-cum-Office Building Fund x½ vikjEifjd ÅtkZ lzkr ea=ky.k esa fuf/k.P.kstuk ds uke½ FUNDS IN THE PROCESS OF CAPITALIZATION (Name of the Projects) 1.kstuk ¼ns[ksa fVIi.kh 2-5½ b) Scheme for setting Hall Marking Centres (see Note 2.ksx .kstukxr fuf/k PLAN FUND FROM GOI d½ iz. fuf/k ls lgk.kst lek.ksa esa 31 As on 31 March 2007 ] Øe fooj.ksx Sub Total 1.k. fuf/k b) G.k¡ ¼ifj. Fund –New Pension Scheme (see Note 2.kh 2-4½ a) Consumer Welfare Fund (see Note 2.1 1321538 0 0 1133075 0 Hkkjr ljdkj ls .kZy.k¡ @ S dks 'ks"k"kfuf/k nkSjku izkkIr vuqnku fofu.kh 2-6½ s 0 1328949 c) Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources (see Note 2. ¼ns[ksa fVIi.fIr.vuqlwph vks ¼.kt½ ASSISTANCE FROM MINISTRY FUNDS 34244 2071728 173850 176971 2105972 211215 2071728 2282943 419010 2418768 2837778 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 136409 (-)755977 647476342 1183892 0 0 0 133495 134463408 2145258 647904257 Grand Total 655827036 0 0 136742161 136916011 d½ miHkksDrk dY.k¡ vizySy 2054 o"kZ o"kZ 2006-07 ds vU.kstu u nkSjku mi.2) mi .h Hkfo". Computer and Associated Equipment Fund 100 195874 4270 1454126 [k) dksydrk iz.2 592784 4354087 4946871 0 0 0 37441 (Interest)¼C.2½ a Benevolent Fund (see Note 2.k¡ SCHEDULE O (a) — RESERVES AND FUNDS Amount in Rupees [ jkf'k #i. izk izkfIr. iwtha a .6) 100 1329049 1646859 mi .kstu@ dks lek.5) mi .½&fjtoZ vkSj fuf/k.kh 2 .k dh izfØ.kstu@ 'ks fuf/k nkSjku izIr vuqnku fofu.ksx Fund Balance as on Apr 2006 2006-07 ds ekpZÇ 2007 dks fLFkfr Sl Particulars No.kt½ ea=ky.4) [k½ gkyekfd±x dsUæksa dh LFkkiuk dh .kstuk ¼ns[ksa fVIi. fuf/k c) Contributory Pension Fund &ubZ is'ku .k fuf/k ¼ns[ksa fVIi.

Commutation.kh 2-1-3-3½ Contribution to Pension Liability Account towards shortfall as 3293196082 2548398066 349003918 574200852 per the Actuary Report (Refer Income & Expenditure Account– Item 13 of Expenditure Group) (see Note 2.rk [kkrs esa .4) 129392477 110674294 o"kkZUr ij vafre 'ks"k Closing Balance at the End fo the Year 3570315327 3069191414 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 67 ..kh 2-1-3-1 ns[ksa ½ a w Contribution to Pension Liability Account for the year towards future Service Pension & Gratuity Liability as per Actuary Report (Refer Schedule D – Item 2 and Note 2.1.ksx TOTAL deh Less: v) 3699707804 3179865708 o"kZ ds nkSjku is'ku ns. is'ku] ifjogu vkSj a a minku dks dqy Hkqxrku ¼ns[ksa fVIi.kt ¼ns[ksa fVIi.1.1. and Gratuity during the year debited to Pension Liability Account (see Note 2.1) 57507804 57266790 .ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] 31 ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr As on 31 March 2006 i) o"kZ ds vkjaHk esa vkjafHkd 'ks"k Opening Balance at the Beginning of the Year 3069191414 2548398066 ii) tek Add: is'ku ns.1) [ jkf'k #i.kh 2-1-3-3½ a Interest Earned on Investment towards Pension Liability Account (see Note 2.3. lewg ds en 13 & vk.3.ksxnku ¼O.vuqlwph vks ¼ch½ — isa'ku ns.rk [kkrs dh vksj fuos'k ij vftZr C.ksx TOTAL tek Add: a iv) chekadu fjiksVZ ds vuqlkj Hkkoh lsok is'ku vkSj minku ns.3.kh 2-1-3-4½ Total payout of Pension.3) 224004668 – .ksxnku ¼vuqlph Mh & en 2 vkSj fVIi.ksa ij is'ku ns.rk ys[kk ¼ns[ksa fVIi.ksx TOTAL tek Add: a iii) chekadu fjiksVZ ds vuqlkj dfe..rk [kkrs esa ukes Mkys x. [kkrk½ ¼ns[ksa fVIi.kh 2-1½ 31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr As on 31 March 2007 SCHEDULE O (b) — PENSION LIABILITY ACCOUNT (see Note 2.rk [kkrs esa .3. vkSj O.1. is'ku ns.rk ds izfr o"kZ 3642200000 3122598918 ds fy.3) .

lzkrksa ls izkIr _.k SCHEDULE P — LOANS 31 ekpZ 2006 [ o"kZ 2006-07 jkf'k #i.vuqlwph ih&_.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] ds nkSjku Hkqxrku Repayment 31 dks fLFkfr _.k dk izdkj Nature of Loan As on 31 March 2006 During 2006-07 ekpZ 2007 dks 'ks"k izkfIr. of India 0 0 0 0 ii) vU.k s Loans from other Sources 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .ksx Total 68 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .k¡ Receipts Balance on 31 March 2007 i) Hkkjr ljdkj ls izkIr _.k Loans from Govt.

kstuk fuf/k 136535431 6341440 6377972 Laboratory Equipment.wVj vkSj lacaf/kr midj.ky.k Gross Block at Cost 31 ekpZ 2006 Depreciation 31 31 Net Block 31 As at 31 Mar 2007 31 31 ldy Cykd ewY. ds vuqlkj tek Addition Deduction Sale/ Written Off 0 0 14608101 10395255 434176 0 10829431 3778670 As at 31 March 2007 Up to 31 Mar 2006 Addition Deduction Sale/ Written Off Up to 31 Mar 2007 ewY. Hkou&eqEcbZÇ Building – Mumbai 6.'kh ¶ySV Residential Flats 9. Hkou-II psUubZ Building – II Chennai 4. dh iqLrdsa Library Books 14. iz. Hkou&I psUubZ 243060 3436923 3908501 3355715 774069 4767442 34322136 267878 3818803 4342779 3631751 806248 5190650 36128565 Building – I Chennai 3.ksx'kkyk Building – Central Laboratory at Sahibabad 5. Hkou-II dksydrk Building – II Kolkata ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 69 141743796 1133075 0 142876871 135365824 1169607 0 104580427 3280681 653909 19759317 1442902 1202151 0 0 332383 89106 0 2963 0 5876303 1045400 109411330 3523958 653909 20958505 1442902 84934725 1905865 651312 19759317 1161211 6559711 256898 390 957223 28468 941358 87742 0 2963 0 8.kZy.k¡ SCHEDULE Q — FIXED ASSETS Amount in Rupees [ jkf'k #i. iz. Hkou dk foLrkj&ekud Hkou esa lHkkxkj Ext. eq[. Hkou&lkfgckckn esa dsUnzh. okgu Vehicles 12. iqLrdky. fjgk.of HQ Building—Auditorium in Manak Bhawan . miLdj 90553078 2075021 651702 20713577 1189679 18858252 1448937 2207 244928 253223 19645702 1374816 2597 0 281691 Furniture and Office Equipment 11.k&. fjizksxzkQh vkSj thjkWDl miLdj Reprographic and Zerox Equipment 13.vuqlwph D. Description dks fLFkfr As at 31 March 2006 ?kVk fcØh@ cV~Vs&[kkrs ekpÇ 2007 dks fLFkfr ekpZ 2006 rd ?kVk fcØh@ cV~Vs&[kkrsä ekpZ 2007 rd ekpZÇ 2007 dks fLFkfr ekpZÇ 2006 dks fLFkfr As at 31 Mar 2006 1. ¼ekud Hkou@ekudky.ksa esa ] Øe la. QuhZpj vkSj dk. Computers and Associated Equipment —Plan Fund 10.fooj. Hkou&I dksydrk Building – I Kolkata 7.w&vpy ifjlaifÙk.ksx'kkyk miLdj] dEIk. 14608101 Hkou eq[.âkl tek usV Cykd Sl No.½ 4212846 Building-Headquar ters (Manak Bhavan/Mankalaya) 1133556 9262130 14365960 7674627 3112636 10035560 62296310 0 0 62296310 26167745 0 0 10033560 4842911 0 0 3112636 2306387 32180 423207 1806429 0 0 7674627 4042876 276036 0 0 14365960 10023181 434278 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9262130 5443327 381880 0 0 0 1133556 865678 24818 0 890496 5825207 10457459 4318912 2338567 5266118 27974174 2.ky.

Q ls yh xbZ ifjlaifÙk. 2801090 25064949 49467 111153624 15882997 15696967 45614583 eq[.uvkbZlh½ Computer under Integrated Computerization Project (NIC) 76626888 28.of HQ Building—Fire Fighting Project 16. of NCES) .kZy.ksx TOTAL .kstuk miLdj a World Bank Project Equipment 17.wVjhdj.kZy.k dsUnzh. Hkwfe&tEew Land–Jammu 18.k Gross Block at Cost 31 ekpZ 2006 Depreciation 31 Net Block 31 As at 31 Mar 2007 As at 31 Mar 2006 31 ldy Cykd ewY.= ¼iwth&MCY.k laLFkku Training Institute at Noida – Building 19.iqj Building Jaipur 22.k ¼iwath&MCY.wvkbZih½ w a a New Central AC Plant (Cap. lesfdr dEI. fo'o cSd ifj. u.Ø la. iz. ¼ifjlTtk lfgr½ Building Faridabad Office (including Furnishing) 13388106 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 23. ekud Hkou fcfYMax dk vk/kqfudhdj.w.wvkbZih½ Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building (Cap–WIP) 27. ds vuqlkj tek Addition Deduction Sale/ Written Off 0 0 0 11522 0 7924274 594097 0 0 4700000 176971 0 1145949 195874 23292599 0 0 1137469 0 0 11194026 168828 77772837 195874 740396881 0 8273568 0 4140789 0 66637074 0 438459983 0 3255717 1699077 0 13388106 4323181 907152 233496 0 690761 0 6657765 12215 33143349 0 46208680 0 3165880 0 23621241 8007679 2207453 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1032063 0 15882997 6018325 986467 0 0 111165146 18448027 4526846 0 22974873 7004792 10215132 3165880 5230333 1932573 0 4831550 0 73294839 12215 470571269 0 49467 0 0 0 0 0 25064949 18938039 920939 0 19858978 5205971 49467 88190273 8878205 13406109 43042800 8157773 1323144 8273568 6362476 168828 4477998 183659 269825612 0 2801090 2382178 49074 0 2431252 369838 As at 31 March 2007 Addition Deduction Sale/ Written Off ewY. uks.Mk esa fcfYMax esa izf'k{k. Hkou&Hkksiky dk.— WIP) 25.ksx'kkyk miLdj & Hkk ek C. Hkou dk foLrkj&vfXu 'keu ifj.k¡ Assets out of CWF at NITS 26.fooj.uvkbZVh. .k ifj.k ¼vikjEifjd ÅtkZ lzkr ea=ky. Hkou Qjhnkckn dk. Building—Bhopal Office 70 3255717 3573568 11017055 168828 0 718241751 20. Hkou t.ãl tek usV Cykd Sl No.wjks fuf/k Laboratory Equipment—BIS Fund 21.½ s Laboratory Equipments(grant–Min. Additional Fire Safety Measures 24. Description dks fLFkfr As at 31 March 2006 ?kVk fcØh@ cV~Vs&[kkrsä ekpÇ 2007 dks fLFkfr ?kVk fcØh@ cV~Vs&[kkrsä 31 ekpZ 2006 rd Up to 31 Mar 2006 31 ekpZ 2007 rd Up to 31 Mar 2007 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr 15. okrkuqdyu la.ky.kstuk 418912 6126910 49467 92705597 9864672 7689288 45614583 9064925 1556640 3573568 6876266 168828 9989814 0 279781768 Ext.l esa lhMCY.kstuk ds varxZr dEI.wVj ¼.ksx'kkyk midj. iz. vfrfjDr vfXu lqj{kk mik.

kh 2-3-1½ Investment (see Note 2.kt] tks 31-3-2007 dks izkIr ugha gq.kstuk esa fuos'k a Investment towards New Contributory Pension Scheme 1.1 ij fuos'kksa ds lanHkZ esa izkn~Hkwr vkSj ns.ksa esa ] Amount in Rupees tek dks fLFkfr As on 31 March 2006 dVkSfr.k laSl No.k.k x.1 is'ku ns.3.k gSA In respect of Investment at Sl No. 8 (i).3 fuos'k&lkekU. 1.¡&dsujk cSad Plan Projects–Canara Bank 1400000 0 447000 3482596836 0 1400000 2662961233 1300000 447000 4356651086 dqy .1 vgenkckn Hkou ifj.k vkSj vfxze] s w a Øe la.dh cSd esa lkofèk tek jkf'k ds :i esa n'kkZ. mijksDr Øe la. x. 1 above.kstuk fufèk Investment – Project Fund 3.kstuk.] mls vuqlph . Hkfo". fufèk Investment – General Provident Fund 609786197 90536036 48536276 651785957 3.No. fufèk Investment-BIS General Investment towards Capital Fund 2923406080 3258810998 2611901751 3570315327 1123206 3116943 1123206 3116943 0 2924529286 129685859 3391613800 0 2613024957 129685859 3703118129 .ksx TOTAL 2.2 . ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 71 .kSjs ifjf'k"V II esa fn.h is'ku .k¡ NOTES 123fuos'k ds C.ksx GRAND TOTAL fVIif.3.k¡ ifjf'k"V I dh fVIi.8 (i) ij 310183998 #.vuqlwph vkj&fuos'k ¼ykxr ij½ Øe fooj.2 ubZ va'knk. fuos'k & lkekU.2-3 esa nh xbZ gSA a Notes on Investment of Funds are given at Note No. 2.k.kh la.2007 in fixed deposits in banks amounting to Rs. fuos'k & ifj.1) 1. Hkfo".rk ys[kk esa fuos'k a Investment towards Pension Liability Account 1.kstuk&flMhdsV cSad Ahmedabad Building Project–Syndicate Bank 1300000 3. the interest accrued and due but not received as on 31. gSaA The details of investment are given in Appendix II. Particulars SCHEDULE R — INVESTMENTS (AT COST) 31 ekpZ 2006 [ jkf'k #i. C.kstukxr ifj. Loans & Advances at Sl.k¡ ¼fcØh@ifjiDork½ Deductions (Sale/Maturity) 31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr As on 31 March 2007 Additions fuos'k ¼ns[ksa fVIi. 310183998 has been shown in Schedule S – Current Assets.l&pkyw ifjlEifr] _. 3537015483 fuf/k ds fuos'k ij fVIif.3 of Appendix I.

kSgkj Festival ii) çkÑfrd vkink.wVj ds fy.k 'kqYd vkSj okf"kZd ykblsl 'kqYd ¼ns[ksa fVIi.k jkf'k] uohdj. Others 4462029 – 4375684 86345 3.kksa dk LVkWd e) Stock of Gold Jewellery 2. House Construction iii) daI.2007 2006 31 ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr As on 31.k=k Leave Travel v) ia[kk vfxze Fan Advance 606505 101650 2390179 602045 149 666705 186950 3266489 654036 449 72 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . deZpkfj. lkexzh d) Repair & Maintenance Consumables M-½ Lo.2006 Hk. QqVdj ysunkfj. Travelling Expenses iv) NqV~Vh . Computer 10809470 26168894 2154797 12317219 29789167 1880977 [k½ fuEufyf[kr ds fy. 1.k=k O.ksa dks vfxze% b) Advances to employees for: i) R.ku b) Certification x½ çek.k Particulars 2007 31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr As on 31. Purchase of Conveyance ii) vkokl fuekZ. lkexzh vkSj dSVhu a c) Stationery.k ds fy. Computer Consumables and Canteen ?k½ ejEer vkSj j[k&j[kko dh [kir .ksx'kkyk esa midj.k Doubtful Debts — vU.ksa dks _.vuqlwph .k% a) Loans to employees for: i) okgu dh [kjhn ds fy.kZ vkHkw"k. deZpkfj.wVj dh [kir .k vkSj vfxze Loans and Advances d½ fuEufyf[kr ds fy. LOANS & ADVANCES [ jkf'k #i.kh 2-21½ a c) Certification—Revision arrears of application fee.l&pkyw ifjlEifÙk.ksX. _..k¡ Sundry Debtors d½ çdk'kuksa dh fcØh a) Sale of Publications 1696570 6717244 1607951 7582224 [k½ çek. renewal fee and annual licence fee (see Note 2.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] Øe laSl No.ksa] _.k vkSj LVksj dk lkeku b) Laboratory Apparatus and Stores x½ LVs'kujh rFkk daI.ksX.ku—vkosnu 'kqYd dh la'kksf/kr cdk.3.¡ Natural Calamities iii) .Mkj ¼ykxr ij½ Stock (at Cost) d½ NikbZ dk dkxt a) Printing Paper 271988 1447779 1795876 986795 762018 1712515 2368814 1371301 644854 762018 [k½ ç. fooj.k vkSj vfxze SCHEDULE S — CURRENT ASSETS.3.21) — lafnX/k _.

2007 2006 31 ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr As on 31.9) ii) vU. vkSj {ks=h. dk. 7.kh 2-7½ Registrar–Small Causes Court–Mumbai (see Note 2.3.@'kk[kk dk.k dh ifj.kstuk ifj.k Particulars Adjustable Advances : i) .ksX. vfxze 7800876 5524667 188463 332260 18360598 8714668 15074524 188463 509231 18660598 ?k) olwyh .. ys[ks ¼deZpkfj. fuf/k ls vfxze Advances from GPF çfrHkwfr tek Security Deposits iwoZçnÙk O.rk [kkrs ds izfr Towards Pension Liability Account a &vU.k.kstuk a 310183998 15852357 – 2866 297742752 20305447 37328 5101 New Pension Scheme iv) 9. ys[ks d) Accounts Recoverable : i) olwyh .½ ¼ns[ksa fVIi. Others–HQ & ROs/BOs [k½ gkFk esa ¼bEçsLV lfgr)] b) In hand (including imprest) x½ Ýsfdax e'khu 'ks"k] c) Franking Machine Balance a ?k½ ikjogu esa pSd] d) Cheques in Transit 5888850 109474232 561583 212175 – 600369186 5281327 88083021 591933 275643 9603053 580932991 . Others jksdM+ rFkk cSad 'ks"k Cash and Bank Balances d½ cSd ls] a) With Banks a &is'ku ns.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] fooj.kZy. 5.k Interest Accrued & Due i) Hkk ek C. – 29336992 17617730 2742208 215885 14759726 1600070 15371812 15939970 2628369 235417 10437954 olwyh .2006 x) lek.k½ Plan Project Scheme (Lab Equipment) iv) miHkksDrk dY.ky.Hk.[ Øe laSl No.kstuh.uchlhlh½ Consumer Welfare Fund (NBCC) v) iath.ksX.ksa ls½ ¼ns[ksa fVIi.dhd`r dEI. 6. c) jkf'k #i.d&NksVs ekeys U.kh 2-18½ Accounts Recoverable (Employees) (see Note 2. .oa miHkksDrk ekeys foHkkx ls½ Recoverables from Govt. Prepaid Expenses lzksr ij dkVk x. 339732 372612 ¼foÙk ea=ky.wVjhdj.wjks fuf/k BIS Fund ii) lk.@'kk[kk dk.ksX.kh 2-16 vkSj 2-17½ Accounts Recoverable (Others) (see Note 2.ky.&eq[.k.kstuk ¼. vU. MEA & DCA) iii) 4.uvkbZlh½ ¼ns[ksa fVIi.kZy.3.ksX.k fuf/k ¼. ys[ks ¼vU.18) ii) ljdkjh ikfVZ.ksa ls olwyh .k dj Tax Deducted at Sources C.@eq[. ¼{ks=h. 8.kt çkfIr rFkk cdk.½ Others (ROs/BOs/HQ) iii) .ky.kZy.] fons'k ea=ky. Parties (From MOF.ksx'kkyk midj.ksx TOTAL ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 73 .17) lkekU.&eqEcbZ ¼ns[ksa fVIi.kh 2-9½ Integrated Computerization Project (NIC) (see Note 2.16 & 2.fuf/k GP Fund iii) ubZ is'ku .7) 2007 31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr As on 31. Hkfo".kstuk Ldhe ¼iz.

6.ku b) Certification 3. of Gujarat (ABO Building A/c) . QqVdj nsunkfj.vuqlwph Vh&pkyw ns.kh 2-19½ UNDP Assistance — Unspent Balance (see Note 2.Hkou [kkrk½ Govt.3. SCHEDULE T — CURRENT LIABILITIES 2007 31 ekpZ 2007 dks fLFkfr As on 31. Hkqxrku .fpr'ks"k ¼ns[ksa fVIi.3. of Bihar (Lab Equipment A/c) 5.w.2006 1.ksx'kkyk miLdj [kkrk½ Govt. xzkgd cdk.ksa esa Amount in Rupees ] fooj. 8.¡ Øe laSl No.kuk tek jkf'k@izfr/kkj.ksx TOTAL 54302266 74 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 . 7.2007 [ jkf'k #i.ksa ds½ Accounts Payable (Employees) fcgkj ljdkj ¼ç.k Particulars 2006 31 ekpZ 2006 dks fLFkfr As on 31.rk.k Customer Balances d ) fcØh a) Sales 415039 8122738 595982 459513 1399666 210552 352539 822 262873 4958748 721834 395526 1370481 367045 563488 6263 54155180 [k½ izek. 4. ys[ks ¼deZpkfj. xqtjkr ljdkj ¼v-'kk-dk. lsok dj Service Tax Payable vçnr osru Unpaid Salaries .k /ku c) Earnest Money Deposits/Retention Money 2.k¡ Sundry Creditors d ) ns'k esa a) Inland 20409870 7500000 14835545 25898709 6960940 12649273 [k) fons'k esa b) Abroad x½ c.ksX.uMhih lgk.19) ns.rk—vO.

k tkrk D.kZ.kt 'kkfey ugha gS] ftUgsa udn vk/kkj ij x.1.Q [kkrs esa ugha j[kk tkrk gS vkSj bls C. ii) Investments Investments are shown at cost.rk dks /.rk dk vkdyu % eS.wjks ds deZpkfj. ds 'ks"k vf/kns'k [kkrs dks Hkfo". may be transferred to "Pension Liability Account" in view of the huge liability of pension in future.Q [kkrs esa vf/k'ks"k@deh dks thih.kh lfefr dh 50oha cSBd esa fu. èku jkf'k dh olwyh ds ckn ys[kk dh x.ifjf'k"V. ds :i esa fy. ^^is'ku ns. laboratory Consumables.g .1 Executive Committee (EC) of BIS in its 50th meeting held on 27.kuk esa 'kkfey fd. 2. Interest income on investments is accounted on accrual basis excluding the interest due on default investments which are accounted on cash basis.Øqvy½ vkèkkj s ~ ij x..wjks us fnukad 27-3-2002 dks vk.I APPENDIX-I ACCOUNTING POLICIES/NOTES ON ACCOUNTS 1.ksa dks fn.g~kl dks ?kVkdj fd.kt dh vk.k¡ i) vk.@O. ekudksa rFkk vU. Hkfo".kuk esa yh xbZ gSA fuos'kksa ij C. yksd lsok isa'ku fu. :i ls udn vk/kkj ij x. ewY. lkekU.rk dh lhek rd is'ku ns. ACCOUNTING POLICIES i) Income & Expenditure Recognition Certification and miscellaneous income is generally accounted on cash basis.dj vf/kfu.kt dks ewY. C. However. dks lkekU.k x.rk [kkrk [vuqlwph vks ¼ch½] dsanzh.kuk esa yh xbZ gS] ftleaas Hkqxrku ugha fd.e] 1972 }kjk fu. fuèkkZj. fy. Sales income is generally accounted on accrual basis.k gSA fcØh dh vk.k¡ vkSj ewY.k..kuk esa fy. .rk a [kkrs ds izko/kku rFkk vk.k tkrk gSA vpy ifjlaifÙk.ys[kk laca/kh uhfr.ksa ds a s 2.k@okgu vfxze ij C.k¡ 1.k tkrk gSA vfxze deZpkfj.ksfd . x`g fuekZ.1 Pension Liability Account [Schedule O(b)] . the stock of paper.ksa ds thih. x.kuk esa fy.Zdkfj.oa O. stationery and gold are valued at cost.A 2-1-2 isa'ku@lsokfuo`fÙk ykHkksa dh ns.k x. fuos'kksa ij ns. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 75 .. vi) Advances The interest on house building/vehicle advances given to employees is accounted for in the accounts after recovery of principal amount.k tkrk gSA ys[kk fVIif. 2.k tk.ku vkSj fofo/k vk. 1972 2.k¡ Hkkjrh. izdk'kuksa ds LVkWd dk ys[kk esa ewY. iii) Inventories The value of Stock of Indian Standards and other publications are not accounted for as a matter of policy.k fyfeVsM dks Hkk ek C. v) GPF Accounts The surplus/deficit in the GPF Account of employees are not kept in the GPF Account and the same are treated as income/expense of the Bureau. vkSj O.k tkrk gSA lkekU. izknHkou vkèkkj ij s ~ x.e] 1961 esa laxr ifjlaifŸk. oLrqvks]a ys[kk lkexzh rFkk Lo.k¡@ys[kk ij fVIif.k¡ ii) iii) iv) v) vi) 2- 2-1 isa'ku ns.k Fkk fd rRlac/kh o"kkZas ds is'ku vkSj a a lsokfuo`fRr ykHkksa ds [kkrs esa okLRkfod ns.k tkrk gSA eky lwfp.af=r deZpkfj. x.2 Assessment of Liability for Pension/Retirement Benefits : M/s Hewitt Outsourcing Services India Ltd.k ugha fd.ksx'kkyk miHkksT. iznku dh xbZ njksa esa ls vpy ifjlaifŸk. esa is'ku dh fo'kky ns.ksa dk dFku cV~Vs [kkrs Mkys x. NOTES ON ACCOUNTS ys[kk laca/kh uhfr.3.k ykxr ij fd.kZ dk ewY. fu/kkZj.ksftr viuh dk.ksa ds lanHkZ esa 2-1-1 Hkk ek C.gsfoV vkmVlksflZx lfoZlt+ bafM.d uhfrxr ekeyk gSA rFkkfi] a dkxt] iz.k gSA fuos'k fuos'kksa dk fooj.in respect of employees governed by Central Civil Services Pension Rules.rk [kkrs^^ esa a a varfjr fd.ksa ds fy.âkl vk.k..k ykxr vk/kkj ij fd.2002 had decided that the Annual Provision for Pension Liability Account may be made to the extent of actual liability on account of payment of pension and retirement benefits of the relevant years and the remaining surplus in Income & Expenditure Account. dh fof/k ds vuqlkj ykxr esa ls izHkkfor lafpr ewY. LohÑfr izek.1.wjks dh vk. :i ls izknHkou ¼.ku esa j[krs gq. fuf/k [kkrs deZpkfj. iv) Fixed Assets and Depreciation Fixed assets are stated at cost less accumulated depreciation charged on written down value method derived from the rates provided for the corresponding assets in the Income-tax Act 1961.

50 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .1.g dgk x. 2 691.rk dks iwjk djus ds fy.91 6 185. namely 'Contribution to Pension Liability Account' [Schedule D – Item (2)] and credited to account head Pension Liability Account [Schedule O(b) (iv)]. The consultant actuary submitted its final report on 15. deZpkfj. bl ns. The actuarial valuation report submitted by the said firm was considered and accepted by the Financial Committee in its 31st meeting held on 27 January 2006 and approved by Executive Committee in its 70th meeting held on 23. ^^isa'ku ns.ksa esa is'ku ns. fuos'k ij C.2006 in the ratio of opening balance on 1. vgZdkjh osru dh 20-4 izfr'kr dh nj ls 535-29 yk[k #.ksa dh Hkkoh lsok is'ku ns.kt dks C.08 lacs has been charged to Income and Expenditure Account under the account head.vkSj Hkkoh lsok a minku ns.3.2006 in Pension Liability Account and Capital Fund A/c as under: (Rupees in lacs) Opening Interest of Balance Rs.k x. ds :i esa n'kkZus ds ctk.k gSA ¼#i.50 as on lacs apportioned 1. O.kt izkfIr.] D.rk ds fy.k gS rFkk bls ys[kk 'kh"kZ isa'ku ns. ewy osru vkSj egaxkbZ HkÙks esa Øe'k% 20-40 izfr'kr vkSj 1-20 izfr'kr dk okf"kZd .k x. deZpkfj. the following credits/debits have been made to the Pension Liability Account as on 31.ksa dh Hkkoh lsok isa'ku ns.k tk. gS%a 2-1-3-1 lfØ. In addition to this the actuarial value of future service pension liability of active employees amounts to Rs.rk [kkrk a 30 691-91 2 240-05 iwth dks"k a dqy 6 185-57 36 877-48 451-45 2 691-50 76 was appointed for assessing the liability for pension gratuity and commuted value of pension of BIS for its employees.rk [kkrk [vuqlwph vks ¼ch½ ¼iv½] ukes Mkyk x.rk ds fy. dh ns. therefore.rk [kkrs esa fuEufyf[kr _. 7298-00 yk[k #.ksxnku fd.05 451.00 lacs as on 31.kA fjiksVZ ds vuqlkj fnukad 31-3-2005 dks dqy izksn~Hkwr ns.3.ksftr dk. 535.fy.k x.2006 Pension Liability A/c Capital Fund Total 30 691.00 lacs for which an annual contribution of 20.40 percent and 1.ksafd .50 lacs have been apportioned between Pension Liability A/c and Income & Expenditure A/c in the ratio of opening balance as on 1.4.xkA 2-1-3 chekafdd fjiksVZ vkSj dk. 2.29 lakhs towards future service pension liability of active employees calculated @ 20.3 In consonance with the actuary report and decision of Executive Committee.45 2 691.3. 2. x.kadu fjiksVZ dks 27 tuojh 2006 dks vk.dh jkf'k^ [vuqlwph Mh & en ¼2½] ds varxZr izHkkfjr fd.kt izkfIr.k gSA 2-1-3-2 o"kZ 2005&06 ds fy.36422.vkSj vgZdkjh osru ds 1-20 izfr'kr dh nj ls Hkkoh lsok minku ns.2 It was stated in the Draft Audit Report of Principal Director of Audit for 2005-06 that as per the accounting standards.rk [kkrs a esa fd.k FkkA ijke'kZ chekafdd us viuh vafre fjiksVZ fnukad 15-11-2005 dks tek dhA dfFkr QeZ }kjk tek dh xbZ chekafdd ewY.k x.qVM ewY. 7298.2006.20 percent of qualifying salary. the total accrued liability in respect of Pension and Gratuity amounted to Rs.Since the total interest earnings includes the interest on the Investment towards Pension Liability A/c as well as the interest on investment of current year income.2691-50 yk[k dks is'ku ns.20 percent respectively of basic Pay and Dearness pay shall be made every year to meet up this liability.kh lfefr }kjk vuqeksfnr fd. totaling to Rs.k Fkk fd ys[kk ekudksa ds vuqlkj o"kZ 2005&06 ds nkSjku vftZr C.k@ukes ia'ku s s ns.79 lacs towards future service gratuity liability calculated @ 1.11.2005. According to Report.rk ds chekafdd ewY.57 36 877.48 2 240.1. the interest earned during 2005-06 should have been credited to " Pension Liability Account" rather than shown as income of the Bureau since it pertained to Investment against the said fund.2005.4 percent of qualifying salary and Rs. lfefr }kjk fopkj esa ysdj Lohdkj fd.Zdkfj. 39.gS] ftlds fy. ds fuos'k ij C.rk jkf'k 464-00 yk[k #. the total interest earnings of 2006-07 which stood at Rs. 2 691.4. x.rk [kkrs vkSj vk..rk [kkrs vkSj iwth fufèk dks"k esa vkjafHkd 'ks"k ds vuqlkj vkuqikfrd a :i ls fuEu izdkj Mkyk x.rk isa'ku rFkk minku ds lanHkZ esa 36422-00 yk[k #. is'ku minku vkSj ia'ku ds dE. [kkrs esa fnukad 1-4-2006 dks is'ku as a ns.wjks dh vk.00 lacs and the actuarial value of future service gratuity liability amounts to Rs. 464.3.kh lfefr ds vuq:i 31-3-2007 dks ia'ku ns.rk [kkrs esa fd.1.rk [kkrs^^ esa Mkyk tkuk pkfg.4.rk ds vkdyu ds a s s fy.1 An amount of Rs. fu.kt 'kkfey gSA vr% o"kZ 2006&07 dh dqy C. yk[kksa esa½ 1-4-2006 ds 1-4-2006 dks vuqlkj vkjafHkd 'ks"k ds vkjafHkd 'ks"k vuqikr esa foHkkftr 2 691-50 yk[k #dk C.k rFkk fnukad 23-3-2006 dks vk. 575.qDr fd.kt rFkk pkyw o"kZ dh vk.kt is'ku ns.jghA blds vfrfjDr lfØ. 39-79 yk[k #.dh dqy feykdj 575-08 yk[k #.3.2007: 2.g dfFkr jkf'k ds fuos'k ls lacaf/kr gSA pw¡fd dqy C.Zdkfj.k¡ #.ksftr foÙkh. iz/kku ys[kk funs'kd dh izk:i ys[kk fjiksVZ esa .

93 lacs = Rs.2007.rk [kkrs^^ [vuqlwph vks ¼ch½ & en ¼ii½] ukes a Mkyh xbZ 2240-05 yk[k #. The shortfall has been worked out as under: (Rs. 575.$ okf"kZd .oa lkoZtfud forj.oa O.kt o"kZ 2006&07 ds vk. 1987 for insertion of Rule 17H regarding Pension Fund Account: The proposal is under consideration of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs.oa O.¾ 32 931-96 yk[k #.41 lakh).1. No. 2. 32 931..rk [kkrs a esa miyC/k jkf'k i) 1-4-2006 dks vkjafHkd 'ks"k ii) o"kZ 2006&07 esa is'ku ns.1.92 lakh (net of receipts from deputationists Rs. 35 703.¾ 36 422-00 yk[k #.k¡ rFkk 451-45 yk[k #dh 'ks"k C.vk. 36 997.00 lacs + yearly contribution Rs. ds fopkjk/khu gSA 2. This has been debited to Pension Liability Account [Schedule O(b) – Item (v)] 2.05 lacs have been credited to "Pension Liability Account" [Schedule O(b) – Item (ii)] and the remaining interest earnings of Rs. . izLrko % . 35 703.1.rk [kkrs esa deh 30 691-91 2 240-05 32 931-96 i) ii) Opening Balance as on 1.vr%] ^^is'ku ns...¼izfrfu. Food & Public Distribution and Ministry of Finance.45 lakhs appear in the Income & Expenditure Account (Sl No.rk [kkrs esa a deh ds cjkcj jkf'k 3 490-04 yk[k #.05 lacs = Rs.¾ 36 997-08 yk[k #.3 Contribution towards shortfall in Pension Liability Account (Sl. is'ku a ns.ksftr dk. 2 240.2005 as per the Actuary Report approved by Executive Committee in its 70th meeting held on23.qV'ku ds a s dqy Hkqxrku 1293-92 yk[k #. .p ds lfUuos'ku ds fy. 1 293. [kkrs (vk.. . x.15 lacs as on 31. 2.6 Proposal for making a Provision in BIS Rules. 36 422.4 The total payments of pension.wjks fu. in lacs) Total Accrued Liability of Pension 36 422. rFkk foŸk ea=ky.dh C.fDr.13½% is'ku ns. 3 490.jgh ¼vFkkZr vkjafHkd 'ks"k 30 691-91 yk[k #-+ $ vftZr C.k¡ vk. 30 691. 1 293. ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 77 .4. 451. 3 490. (i.e 17 .1.2006 Interest earned on investments credited to Pension Liability Account in 2006-07 30 691.04 lakhs has been charged to Income & Expenditure Account and credited to Pension Liability Account [Schedule O(b) – Item (iii)].$ vk.3. [kkrs esa izHkkfjr dh xbZ gS vkSj bls is'ku ns.qfDr ij x.k gS % ¼yk[k #-½ 36 422-00 Therefore the interest earnings of Rs.rk [kkrs [vuqlwph a vks ¼ch½ & en (v)] ukes Mkyk x.rk [kkrs [vuqlwph vks ¼ch½ & a en ¼iii½] esa ukes Mkyk x.2006 Less: Amount available in Pension Liability Account fnukad 23-3-2006 dks vk.ekoyh] 1987 esa izko/kku djus ds fy.ksxnku ¼vk.¾ 35 703-15 yk[k #-½A 2-1-3-6 isa'ku fuf/k [kkrs ds laaca/k esa fu.kt izkfIr. [kkrs esa izHkkfjr deh ds izfr va'knku 3 490-04 yk[k #.rk [kkrs esa deh ds izfr .00 & Gratuity as on 31. opening balance Rs.91 2 240.rk [kkrs a ds p<+k.3.oa O.3. 6 of Income Group). x.1.ksxnku 575-08 yk[k #.kh lfefr dh 70oha cSBd }kjk vuqeksfnr chekafdd fjiksVZ ds vuqlkj 31-3-2005 dks dqy izksn~Hkwr ns. fuos'kksa ij vftZRk C.a % is'ku ns.3.g izLrko miHkksDrk ekeys] [kk| .3.k gSA blesa deh dks fuEukuqlkj Kkr fd.04 2-1-3-4 o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku is'ku] minku vkSj dE.04 lacs = Rs. .15 lacs).ksa ls fuoy izkfIr 1-41 yk[k #-½ jgkA bls is'ku ns.3.08 lacs = Rs.rk [kkrs esa 'ks"k a jkf'k 31-3-2007 dks 35 703-15 yk[k #.kt izkfIr.91 lacs + Interest earned Rs.96 3 490-04 Shortfall in Pension Liability Account provided out of Income & Expenditure A/c of 2006-07 3 490.& Hkqxrku 1 293-93 yk[k #. . 13 of Expenditure Group in the Income & Expenditure A/c) : The amount equal to the shortfall in the Pension Liability Account amounting to Rs. lewg dh Øe la6 ij) gSA a 2-1-3-3 isa'ku ns. isa'ku vkSj minku ?kVk.05 32 931. the balance in the Pension Liability Account thus amounts to Rs.kt 2 240-05 yk[k #. gratuity and commutation during 2006-07 amounted to Rs.oa O.k ea=ky. Hkk ek C.Zdkfj.96 lacs + Contribution towards shortfall charged to Income & expenditure Account Rs.oa O. lewg dh Øe la.5 As a result of the above transactions.k x. O.08 lacs – Payments Rs. [kkrs esa O.3. 2 240.e... [kkrs esa ls iznku fd.kA 2-1-3-5 mijksDr ysu nsuksa ds QyLo:i is'ku ns.

the investments of Rs. No.rk [kkrs dh jkf'k ds lerqY.30 lacs less Rs.3 Investment of Funds 2. Item 1) The total investments as on 31.M. ?kVkdj½A 2-3-2 fuos'k dk vkcaVu % 37 031-18 yk[k #i.h ubZ isa'ku . 37 031.2004.F.wjks esa HkrhZ fd.2.¼lhth.12 37 031.2). (Equal to the amount of Pension Liability A/c) (Item 1. gSa rFkk mUgsa ^^isa'ku ns. The opening balance in Contributory New Pension Scheme Fund as on 1. (Item 1.3 of Schedule 'R').@ 67&74 ds lkFk ifBr Hkkjr ljdkj ds vkns'k la. The Investment of Rs.½ 1-4-2006 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj fuos'k 29 234-06 o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku ldy o/kZu o"kZ 2006&2007 ds nkSjku ldy ifjiDork.33 lacs(net of refunds to employees who left BIS and the interest credited).2007 thus amounted to Rs.2004 read with O.18 7 797-12 37 031-18 Investments as on 31.2 Allocation of Investment : Out of total investment of Rs. 31. Fkk ¼mu deZpkfj. x.1.17 lakhs. The balance in the Contributory New Pension Scheme Fund as on 31.3.wjks dks iwoZ&ifjiDork ds dkj. okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .3.h ubZ isa'ku .la.2006 amounted to Rs.kstuk ykxw gSA fnukad 1-4-2006 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj s va'knk.ksa dks dqy ifjiDorkvksa dh jkf'k dsoy 2 414-00 yk[k #i.Kk. 2.k gS (vuqlwph ^vkj* ds en 1-1) esa isa'ku ns.kstuk fuf/k [vuqlwph vks ¼. 21 168.2006 29 234.ksa ds izfrnk.2004 (except in cases of employees who joined from Central Government Departments) onwards as per GoI Order No.ksa dk va'knku rFkk Hkk ek C.19.30 lacs) .2007 amounted to Rs.1.17 lacs (Schedule R – Item 1.2 of Schedule 'R') The balance investments of Rs. in lacs) Investments as on 1. deZpkfj.kt dh fuEu nj ij FkhaA blds ifj. 2.k ykHk gqvk gSA ewy ifjiDork frfFk.wjks ds lkekU.wjks dk va'knku 19-33 yk[k #i.M.½ dkKk.17 lacs have been allocated to "Investment toward New Contributory Pension Scheme Fund A/c" (Equal to the amount of Contributory New Pension Scheme Fund) (Item 1.½ & en 2¼x½]% fnukad 4-2-2004 dks dk. ds fuos'kksa dh cSd lkof/k tek jkf'k 'kkfey gS tks ifjiDork a iwoZ izkIr dh xbZ D. 1(7)(2)/2003/TA/11 dated 7.½ ij Hkkjr ljdkj dh ubZ ia'ku .1 of Schedule 'R').M. This has resulted in gain to BIS due to pre-maturity and reinvestment thereof at current rate.kstuk fuf/k esa vkjafHkd 'ks"k 11-84 yk[k #i. deZpkfj.kstuk fuf/k dh jkf'k ds lerqY. va'knk. ljdkj ds foHkkxksa ls vk.ksa dks ?kVk dj ftUgksus a Hkk ek C. 1(7)(2)/2003/TA/67-74 dated 4.kt dks tek djds½A bl izdkj va'knk.1.84 lacs.k rFkk mls orZeku nj ij iqu% fuosf'kr djus ds dkj.2004 onwards: The new pension scheme of Government of India is applicable to all recruits in BIS from 1. Fkh ¼23 582-30 yk[k esa ls 21 168-30 yk[k #i.ksa ¼dsUnzh. 37 031. (CGA) O.e-. dk Fkk (vuqlwph vkj & en 1-2)A 2-3 fuf/k. ds dqy fuos'k esa ls 35 703-15 yk[k #. 2 414.h ubZ is'ku . The total maturities on original maturity dates amounted to Rs.la-1¼7½ ¼2½@2003@Vh.k gS ¼va'knk.kkeLo:i Hkk ek C.rk [kkrs esa fuos'k** ds varxZr j[kk x. 31-17 yk[k #i. The contribution of employees and BIS contribution during the year amounted to Rs. x.kstuk fuf/k [kkrs esa fuos'k** dks vkcafVr fd. FkkA a o"kZ ds nkSjku deZpkfj. GI. The investment against this fund amounted to Rs.2 Contributory New Pension Scheme Fund [Schedule O(a)–Item 2(c)] applicable to recruits from 1.18 lakhs.18 lakhs.06 Gross Additions during 2006-07 Gross Maturities during 2006-07 (–) Net Additions during 2006-07 31 379.3.3.k gS rFkk C. 31. 1 296. fuos'kksa ls lacaf/kr gSaA (vuqlwph ^vkj* dh en 1-3)A 78 The Gross maturities of Investments during 2006-07 includes bank fixed deposits of Rs.gSA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku fuoy ysu nsu fuEukuqlkj gSa % & ¼yk[k #i.ksa ij iz.h isa'ku . The net of transaction during 2006-07 is as under: (Rs.2007 o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku fuos'kksa dh ldy ifjiDorkvkas esa 21 168-30 yk[k #i.30 lacs of investments which were pre-matured as the same were at low rate of interest as compared to higher current rate of interest.fuos'k vkcafVr fd.thvkbZ-.4.¡ ¼&½ o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku fuoy o/kZu 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj fuos'k 31 379-42 23 582-30 2.½ (vuqlwph ^vkj* dh en 1-2) A 1 296-86 yk[k #i.86 lacs pertains to General Investments of BIS towards Capital Fund.15 lacs have been allocated and kept under "Investment toward Pension Liability A/c".4.1 Total Investments: BIS (Schedule R. 35 703.k x. 31. lHkh deZpkfj.ksa ds ekeyksa ds flok.30 7 797.ksa dk fuos'k 2-3-1 dqy fuos'k (vuqlwph vkj & en 1) % fnukad 31-3-2007 ds vuqlkj dqy fuos'k yxHkx 37 031-18 yk[k #. 21 168.00 lacs only (23 582.kstuk fuf/k esa 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj a vf/kns'k 31-17 yk[k #i.wjks NksM+ fn.kt dh orZeku mPprj nj dh rqyuk esa a C.Q.1¼7½ ¼2½@2003@Vh.h ubZ is'ku .ksfd os C.42 23 582.3.@11 fnukad 7-1-2004 ds vuqlkj 1-1-2004 ls vkxs Hkk ek C. dk fuos'k ^^ubZ va'knk.ksT. x. No.11.2-2 1-1-2004 ls vkxs HkrhZ fd. ds 'ks"k fuos'k iawth fuf/k esa Hkk ek C. FkkA bl fuf/k ds izfr fuos'k dh jkf'k 31-17 yk[k #i.

e-ih-.2004 (34%) 128.1999 31.2004 (1/3rd) 1.11.12.çns'k jkT.kZ.kt dh pwd gqbZ gksA foŸk a lfefr ¼.12.kt rFkk ns.xh u fd.10.e-. Cooperative & Spinning Mills Federation Ltd.k fd .xh ugha dh xbZ gS vnk. x.Z djus fn.e.½ C.40 21. U.k.11. fuf/k GPF Funds 14.l-vkbZ-Mh-lh-½ Madhya Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation (MPSIDC) Hkk ek C.2005 considered the settlement proposals in respect of UPCSMFL.kA foŸk lfefr us . in lacs) laLFkk C. 2.Qlh½ us 2-5-2005 dks vk.Q-.kt dh vnk.y] . fctyh cksMZ ¼.12.eih.40% lkekU. MPSEB and MPSIDC and decided to reject their offers. Hkh fd.2003 (33%) 30.j fd.5.3.y-½ U.k rFkk mudh is'kd'kksa dks vLohdkj djus dk fu. tgk¡ ekuuh.w ih dks vkWijsfVo .1999 31. Hkfo".00 45.kt Institution Rate of Interest Amount of Investment Date of Investment Date of Maturity Date since Interest from Date when Interest of Default to Maturity is Defaulted Date at Coupon Rate .06 (3 years 3 months) ¼3 o"kZ 3 ekg½ ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 79 .e.2005 1.g fu.Q.lbZch rFkk .2001 140. The Financial Committee (FC) in its 28th meeting held on 2.ky.2005 1. tkus dh frfFk ls ifjiDork dh frfFk rd dwiu nj ij C.wihlh.e-ih-.l. (UPCSMFL) 16% 200.Q.w-ih-lh.2001 17 .lbZch vkSj .11.k tk. x.00 31. gSA a 2-3-4 fuos'kksa dh ifjiDork dh frfFk rd pwd fd.7.sls lHkh pwddrkZ ¼vnk.00 345.ksa esa ekeys nk.s /Rs.1998 1.40% 300.3.P.l-bZ-ch½ Madhya Pradesh State Electricity 15% Board (MPSEB) 100. ¼vnk u fd.. FC also decided that let the law take its own course in all such default investments where the cases have been filed in the Hon'ble Courts.5.4.10.wjks fuf/k.12. x. vkS|ksfxd fodkl fuxe ¼.¼.çns'k jkT.10. fd.kZ.00 (4 years 6 months) ¼4 o"kZ 6 ekg½ e/.2-3-3 .s x.1.xh u fd.00 2.4 The Institution wise amount of interest default till the date of maturity of investments are as under: (yk[k #i.1998 30.3 The interest accrued and due have been defaulted in respect of investments in UPCSMFL.lvkbZMhlh ds lac/k esa a Hkh le>kSrk izLrkoksa ij fopkj fd.½ fuos'kksa esa dkuwu dks viuk dk. C.wihlh. MPSEB and MPSIDC.l-.l.25 (4 years 5 months) ¼4 o"kZ 5 ekg½ e/.lvkbZMhlh esa fuos'kksa ds lac/k esa mikftZr C.1.eih.M fLifuax feYl QsMjs'ku fy.2005 (1/3rd) 66.y] .kt dh nj fuos'k dh jkf'k fuos'k dh frfFk ifjiDork dh frfFk frfFk tc ls C.00 17.11.2001 (1/3rd) 1.2003 1.k¡ BIS Funds 14.2003 1.eih.kt dh laLFkkokj jkf'k fuEu izdkj gS% & 2.eih.2000 (33%) 30.ksftr viuh 28oha cSBd esa .

The matter came before the Hon'ble National Commission on 5.lbZch % 1-7-2001 ls ifjiDork dh frfFk rd C.Q. jk"Vªh. C.k esa Hkk ek C.ksx ds le{k ekeyk nk.wjks dks fd. yfEcr gSA . to accept principal only by foregoing entire interest due was rejected by Financial Committee.lvkbZMhlh dh lHkh lEifŸk. esa fooknksa laca/kh lfefr ds {ks=kf/kdkjkarxZr ugha vkrsA . FC also decided that BIS may continue to pursue its case in National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC).kA e/.ulhMhvkjlh esa ekeys ij dkjZokbZ py jgh gSA lquokbZ dh vxyh frfFk 11 tqykbZ 2007 gSA .2007 for completion of pleadings which have been completed and the matter stands adjourned by the Commission for final hearing.rkvksa ds fuiVku gsrq vius iwoZorhZ izLrko dks nksgjk.5 The present status in above cases of default investments is as under: UPCSMFL :The interest from 1. BIS has filed case before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC).LFkrk lfefr@ek/.lbZch ds vfrfjDr] NŸkhlx<+ fctyh cksMZ dks Hkh vuqjks/k fd.kZ. miHkksDrk a fookn fuokj.y ls izkIr ugha gqbZ gSA Hkk ek C.2001 was rejected by Financial Committee. Besides MPSEB.l. izn'k jkT.l.lbZch us iqu% fnukad 21-3-2006 ds vius i= esa ns.e.kA foŸk lfefr us . . fuos'k dh ewy jkf'k .kt ds lkFk&lkFk ifjiDork dks ns.kZ. Hkh fd.wjks us e/.wjks jk"Vªh.lbZch ls izkIr ugha gqbZ gSA Hkk ek C.kf/kdj. The one time settlement proposal of UPCSMFL to BIS received through M/s. vkLFkfxr dj fn.kZ C. The proposal of MPSEB to BIS for reduction of interest rate to 7% p.P. BIS has filed case before the M.e.k vk.ulhMhvkjlh ds vkns'kksa ds vuqlj.kA .eih.k fd Hkk ek C. yafcr gSA 1-11-2001 ls lEiw. BIS approached the Cabinet Sectt.Q.2005 in place of coupon rate was rejected by Financial Committee in its 28th meeting held on 28. ekeyk 5-4-2007 dks ekuuh.ksa rFkk ifjlEifŸk.lvkbZMhlh % 1-11-2000 ls ifjiDork dh frfFk rd C.k izLrko foŸk lfefr }kjk vLohÑr dj fn.4. The proposal of MPSIDC to BIS to accept the principal only by foregoing the entire interest due since 1.11.ksx ¼.wjks ds 80 2.k gSA .kZ.k x.lbZch Hkkjr ljdkj dks ljdkjh {ks= dk miØe ugha gS rFkk blfy.rkvksa dh vnk. s mIkHkksDrk fuokj.wjks rFkk e/. However.k.ksx ds le{k izLrqr gqvk] tks iw.LFkrk gsrq iz'kklfud ea=ky. Hkk ek C.k vk.2005.nkjk'kkW .l dh ns.e. izns'k fctyh cksMZ ls lacaf/kr fookn eaf=eaMy lfpoky.ulhMhvkjlh½ esa vius ekeys dk ifj'khyu tkjh j[ksxkA cgl dh iwfrZ ds fy. eè.7.y dk Hkk ek C.lvkbZMhlh }kjk Hkk ek C.lbZch dk Hkk ek C.y % 1-5-2000 ls ifjiDork dh frfFk rd ns.g fu. izn'k jkT. MPSEB once again in its letter dated 21.a.ksx us fnukad 12-5-2006 ds vius vkns'k esa lquokbZ dh vxyh frfFk rd .kZ.eih.11.3. vk.5.wihlh.ksx }kjk ekeys dk fu.k vk.2005 and 8% upto 30. The case in NCDRC is in progress. izn'k jkT. ds ek/. MPSIDC : The interest from 1.wihlh.kZ gks xbZ gS rFkk ekeyk vk.wjks us jk"Vªh.k ftls foŸk lfefr }kjk 19 twu 2006 dks vk. State Consumer Redressal Commission in Bhopal which is pending decision.k x.wjks dks eS.ksftr 28oha cSBd esa vLohÑr dj fn.. .lvkbZMhlh ls izkIr ugha gqbZ gSA Hkk ek C.3. fuos'k dh ewy jkf'k .ksftr viuh 32oha cSBd esa vLohÑr dj fn.eih.2000 to date of maturity as well as the principal amount of investment due on maturity dates have not been received form UPCSMFL.kA fdUrq] eaf=eaMy lfpoky.wihlh.2006 had attached all the properties and assets of MPSIDC till next date of hearing with a view to put pressure on MPSIDC to pay the dues of BIS. the Cabinet Sectt. has denied for appointing Mediation Committee/Arbitral Tribunal stating that the MPSEB is not a public sector undertaking of Government of India and hence disputes pertaining to BIS and Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board do not fall within the jurisdiction of the committee on Disputes in Cabinet Secretariat. from date of default to 31.eih.kA . State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .2006 had reiterated its earlier offer for settlement of dues which was rejected by Financial Committee in its 32nd meeting held on 19 June 2006.eih.eih.eih.ulhMhvkjlh½ ds le{k ekeyk nk.k vk.dckjxh le>kSrk izLrko foŸk lfefr }kjk vLohÑr dj fn.k gS fd .e ls eaf=eaMy lfpoky.LFke U.eih.xh djus ds fy.j dj fn.k gS rFkk ekeys ij fu. In consonance with orders of NCDRC.l. The case has now been decided by M.ksa ij ns.Q. Darashaw & Co. The M.j dj fn. Hkk ek C.ksx }kjk vafre lquokbZ ds fy. ds lkFk lEidZ fd.k gSA .kt ds lkFk&lkFk ifjiDOrk frfFk.eih.P. fuos'k dh ewy jkf'k .lbvkbZMhlh ij ncko Mkyk tk ldsA vc e/.2001 to date of maturity as well as the principal amount of investment due on maturity dates have not been received from MPSEB. The next date of hearing is 11 July 2007. State Consumer Redressal Commission in its order dated 12.wjks us jk"Vªh.11.eih.k x.k x.3. the Chhatisgarh Electricity Board has also been impleaded and the case is pending decision.kt dks NksMdj dsoy ewy /kujkf'k + Lohdkj djus ds fy. us . miHkksDrk s fuokj.5.k gS ftl ij fu.k x.kt ds lkFk&lkFk frfFk.qfDr djus ls euk dj fn.wjks us Hkksiky esa e/.eih.k gS rkfd chvkbZ. BIS has filed case before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) which is pending decision. miHkksDrk fookn fuokj.ksa dks ns.kZ C.wjks dks dwiu nj ds LFkku ij pwd dh frfFk ls 31-3-2005 rd C.k dh fu.k gSA ftl ij fu.ulhMhvkjlh½ ds le{k ekeyk nk.kt dks NksMdj dsoy ewy/ku dh jkf'k + Lohdkj djus dk .kt dh nj dks ?kVdkj 7 izfr'kr izfro"kZ rFkk 30-11-2005 rd 8 izfr'kr djus ds izLrko dks foŸk lfefr }kjk 28-5-2005 dks vk.ksx ¼.M daiuh ds ek/. through administrative Ministry for arbitration.2-3-5 pwddrkZ fuos'kksa ds mDr ekeyksa dh orZeku fLFkfr fuEu izdkj gS% .P.k vk. s miHkksDrk fookn fuokj. miHkksDrk fookn fuokj.2001 to date of maturity as well as the principal amount of investment due on maturity date have not been received form MPSIDC.k vk.ksx ¼.g dgrs gq.k x.e ls izkIr .j fd.kZ. yfEcr gSA lEiw.5.k x. MPSEB : The interest from 1.ksa dks tCr dj fy.

i{k esa dj fn;k x;k gSA ,eih,lvkbZMhlh }kjk jk"Vªh; vk;ksx esa nk;j dh xbZ vihy dks [kkfjt dj fn;k x;k gSA Hkk ek C;wjks }kjk 16 vizSy 2007 dks ekuuh; mPpre U;k;ky; esa vkifŸk lwpuk nk;j dh xbZ gS rkfd ;fn ,eih,lvkbZMhlh ekuuh; mPPkre U;k;ky; ds le{k vihy djs rks dksbZ ,d i{kh; fu.kZ;@vkns'k ikfjr u fd;k tk,A 2-3-6 vkbZ,QlhvkbZ esa fuos'k % vkbZ,QlhvkbZ esa Hkk ek C;wjks fufèk;ksa ls fd;k x;k dqy fuos'k 1 180 yk[k #i, dk rFkk lkekU; Hkfo"; fuf/k ls fd;k x;k dqy fuos'k 285 yk[k #i, dk Fkk tks 12-10 izfr'kr ls 14-75 izfr'kr ds chp dh fofHkUu C;kt njksa ij fd;k x;k FkkA C;kt njksa esa lkekU; fxjkoV ds ifj.kkeLo:i bldh iqul±jpuk ds dkj.k vkbZ,QlhvkbZ vkSj Hkk ek C;wjks ls vuqjks/k djrk jgk gS fd og 1-4-2003 ls C;kt nj dks 9 izfr'kr ij iqufu;r djus rFkk ifjiDork dks ,d vU; 5 o"kZ ;k mlls vf/kd ds fy, vkxs c<+kus ij lger gks tk,A Lohdkj fd, tkus ij bl izLrko ds ifj.kkeLo:i Hkk ek C;wjks rFkk Hkk ek C;wjks thih,Q dks ifjiDork rd lHkh fuos'kksa ij 1-34 djksM+ #i, dh C;kt gkfu gksxhA Hkk ek C;wjks us 28-5-2003 dks vk;ksftr 20oha foŸk lfefr dh cSBd ds fy, x, fu.kZ; ds vuqlkj vkbZ,QlhvkbZ ds izLrko dks Lohdkj ugha fd;k rFkk mUgsa lwfpr fd;k fd os ns; frfFk;ksa dks C;kt dh lEer nj rFkk ifjiDork jkf'k dk Hkqxrku Hkk ek C;wjks dks dj nsA vkbZ,QlhvkbZ us Hkk ek C;wjks ds lHkh fuos'kksa ij C;kt dh a vnk;xh 9 izfr'kr dh ?kVh nj ij dhA Hkk ek C;wjks vkbZ,QlhvkbZ ls C;kt ds varj dh vknk;xh gsrq vuqjks/k djrk jgk gS rFkk mlus mUgsa dkuwu uksfVl Hkh tkjh fd, gSA foŸk lfefr us fnukad 4-10-2005 dks vk;ksftr viuh 30oha cSBd esa vuq'kalk dh fd Hkk ek C;wjks C;kt nj iqu% fu;r djus ds dkj.k ns; C;kt esa deh dh {kfriwfrZ ds fy, iz'kklfud ea=ky; ds ek/;e ls foŸk ea=ky; ls lEidZ djsA iz'kklfud ea=ky; ds ek/;e ls vkfFkZd dk;Z foHkkx us fnukad 13 twu 2006 ds i= 11@22@2005 Hkk ek C;wjks ds rgr lwfpr fd;k gS fd ljdkj ds fy, ekeys esa gLr{ksi djuk laHko ugha gksxk D;ksfa d vkbZ,QlhvkbZ dEiuh vf/kfu;e] 1956 ds varxZr fuxfer dEiuh gS rFkk Hkkjr ljdkj dh vkbZ,QlhvkbZ esa dksbZ 'ks;j/kkfjrk ugha gSA dkuwuh ijke'kZnkrk dh vuq'kalk ds vuqlj.k esa rFkk egkfuns'kd Hkk ek C;wjks ds vuqeksnu ls] Hkk ek C;wjks }kjk vkbZ,QlhvkbZ fy- ds fo#) ifjlekiu ;kfpdk Mk;jh la- 5038 fnukad 18-4-2007 ds rgr ekuuh; fnYyh mPp U;k;ky; esa nk;j dh xbZ gSA 31-3-2007 dh fLFfkr ds vuqlkj vkbZ,QlhvkbZ esa fuos'k % 14-65 djksM+ #i, ds dqy fuos'k esa ls] 13-85 djksM+ #i, ds fuos'k ifjiDo gks pqds gSa rFkk 0-80 djksM+ #i, ds 'ks"k fuos'k twu 2009 esa ifjiDo gksxA a s 2-3-7 fuos'k ij vftZr O;; % o"kZ 2006&07 2 691-50 yk[k #i, ds dqy C;kt vtZuksa ds is'ku ns;rk [kkrs rFkk iwth fuf/k [kkrs esa 1-4a a 2006 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj vkjafHkd vf/k'ks"k ds vuqikr esa is'ku ns;rk a [kkrs ds chp lafoHkkftr dj fn;k x;k gSA C;kt vk; dks ekU; djus dh ys[kkdj.k dh uhfr ds vuqlkj] ;wihlh,l,e,Q,y] ,eihbZch rFkk ,eih,evkbZMhlh esa pwddrkZ fuos'kksa

in favour of BIS. The Appeal filed by MPSIDC in National Commission has been dismissed. The Caveat has been filed by BIS in Hon'ble Supreme Court on 16 April 2007 so that there is no ex-parte decision/order passed if MPSIDC appeals before Hon'ble Supreme Court. 2.3.6 Investment in IFCI : Total investment with IFCI from BIS Funds was Rs. 1 180 lacs and from G.P. Fund Rs. 285 lacs at various rates of interest ranging from 12.10% to 14.75%. Due to its restructuring as a result of general fall in interest rates, IFCI had been requesting BIS to agree to reset the interest rate at 9% w.e.f. 1.4.2003 onwards and to shift the maturity for another 5 years or more. This proposal if accepted will result into shortfall of interest by Rs. 1.34 crore to BIS and BIS GPF on all investments till maturity. BIS did not accept the IFCI's offer as per the decision taken in the meeting of 20th FC held on 28.5.2003 and informed them to pay to BIS the agreed rate of interest and maturity amount on due dates. IFCI had paid the interest on all investments of BIS at the reduced rate of 9%. BIS has been requesting IFCI for payment of the difference of the interest and also issued legal notices. The Financial Committee in its 30th meeting held on 4.10.2005 recommended that BIS may approach the Ministry of Finance through the Administrative Ministry for the compensation of the shortfall in the interest due to resetting of the interest rate. The Department of Economic Affairs vide letter 11/22/2005-BIS dated 13 June 2006 through Administrative Ministry informed that it may not be possible for the Government to intervene in the matter as IFCI is a company incorporated under Companies Act, 1956 and Government of India have no shareholding in IFCI. In consonance with the recommendation of the legal counsel, and with the approval of DG BIS, winding up petition against IFCI Ltd. has been filed by BIS before the Hon'ble High Court of Delhi vide Diary No. 5038 dated 18.4.2007. Investment with IFCI as on 31.3.2007 : Out of the total investment of Rs. 14.65 crores, investments of Rs. 13.85 crore have since been matured and remaining investment of Rs. 0.80 crores will mature in June 2009. 2.3.7 Interest earned on investment : The total interest earnings of 2006-07 stood at Rs. 2 691.50 lacs have been apportioned between Pension Liability A/c and Income & Expenditure A/c in the ratio of opening balance as on 1.4.2006 in Pension Liability Account and Capital Fund A/c. As per the Accounting Policy for recognition of the interest income, the cumulative interest accrued on default

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ij vftZr lap;h C;kt dks vk; ugha ekuk x;k gSA bls okLrfod C;kt izkfIr ds o"kZ esa vk; ekuk tk,xkA tgk¡ rd vkbZ,QlhvkbZ fuos'k dk lac/k gS] cdk;k fuos'kksa ij miftZr C;kt dks 1-4-2003 ls 9 izfr'kr dh a nj ij ifjdfyr fd;k x;k gSA ifjiDo rFkk orZeku fuos'kksa ij 1-4-2003 ls lafonkRed nj rFkk 9 izfr'kr ds chp C;kt varj dks] ;fn og izkIr gksrk gS] okLrfod izkfIr ds o"kZ esa vk; esa tek fd;k tk,xkA ;wihlh,l,e,Q,y] ,eihbZch rFkk ,eih,evkbZMhlh ds ekeys esa fuos'k dh ifjiDork vk; ¼jkf'k½ izkIr ugha gqbA Z 2-4 uks,Mk esa izf'k{k.k laLFkku Hkou ds fy, volajpukRed lqfoèkkvksa gsrq ljdkj dh miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k ls foŸkh; lgk;rk [vuqlwph vks ¼,½ & en 1-2 ¼d½] 2-4-1 miHkksDrk ekeys foHkkx] Hkkjr ljdkj us fnukad 20-1-2003 ds i= la- 011011@ 34@2003&lhMCY;w,Q ds rgr uks,Mk esa izf'k{k.k laLFkku Hkou eas volajpuk lqfo/kkvksa ds fy, rFkk iz'kklfud ea=ky; ds fy, miHkksDrk laj{k.k laca/kh izf'k{k.k dk;ZØeksa ds fy, foŸkh; o"kZ 2002&03 esa 150-00 yk[k #i, dh lgk;rk LohÑr dh Fkh rFkk Hkk ek C;wjks dks Hksth FkhA o"kZ 2005&06 rd O;; dh xbZ jkf'k 149-17 yk[k #i, FksA 31-3-2006 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj lgk;rk dh vO;f;r vfèk'ks"k jkf'k 0-83 yk[k #i, Fkh ftls 2006&07 esa vxzsuhr dj fn;k x;kA iz'kklfud ea=ky; us fnukad 2-11-2004 ds vius i= la- 2¼9½@2003& lhih;w ds rgr vO;f;r jkf'k dk mi;ksx miHkksDrk laj{k.k laca/kh dk;Zdkjh nyksa ds lfefr lnL;ksa dks ;k=k HkŸks@nSfud HkŸks dk Hkqxrku djus ds fy, LohÑr dj fn;k FkkA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku ;k=k HkŸks@nSfud HkŸks ds :i esa 0-34 yk[k #i, dh jkf'k vnk dh xbZ rFkk bls mls miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k lgk;rk [kkrs esa izHkkfjr fd;k x;kA 2-4-2 izf'k{k.k laLFkku Hkou@gksLVy d{kksa dh lTtk ds fy, o"kZ 2003&04 ds nkSjku eS- ,uchlhlh fy- dks miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k lgk;rk [kkrs esa ls 50-00 yk[k #i, dh vfxze jkf'k vnk dh xbZA blesa ls 44-91 yk[k #i, dh jkf'k dks 2005&06 rd miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k lgk;rk [kkrs esa lek;ksftr] iwthÑr rFkk izHkkfjr fd;k x;kA bl a izdkj] 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj yfEcr vfxze jkf'k 3-32 yk[k #i, ¼vFkkZr 50-00 yk[k #i, esa ls 44-91 yk[k #i, vkSj 1-77 yk[k #i, ?kVkdj½ gSA 2-4-3 vO;f;r fuf/k dh vYikof/k tekjkf'k ij vftZr C;kt rFkk bl fuf/k ds cpr [kkrs cSad esa cSad }kjk tek fd;k x;k C;kt] tks o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku dqy feykdkj 0-38 yk[k #i, gS] miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k [kkrs esa gh tek dj fn;k x;k gSA 3-32 yk[k #i, dh vfxze jkf'k;ksa dks [kkrs esa ysus ds i'pkr 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k [kkrs esa fuoy vO;f;r vf/k'ks"k dh jkf'k 0-87 yk[k #i, gS vFkkZr vuqlwph vks ¼,½ & en 1-2 ¼d½ ds vuqlkj 4-19 yk[k #i, esa ls 3-32 yk[k #i, dh vfxze jkf'k dks ?kVkdj ftls vHkh lek;ksftr fd;k tkuk gS [vuqlwph ,l & en 3 ¼x½ ¼iv½] o"kZ 2006&07 ds fy, mi;ksfxrk izek.ki= dks Hkstk tk,xkA o"kZokj mi;ksfxrk fooj.k fuEu izdkj gS%
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investments in UPCSMFL, MPEB and MPSIDC has not been considered as income. It shall be considered as income in the year when the interest is actually received. As regards, the IFCI investment, the accrued interest on outstanding investments has been taken @ 9% w.e.f. 1.4.2003. Difference of interest between contractual rate and 9% w.e.f. 1.4.2003 on matured as well as current investments, if received, shall be credited to income in the year of actual receipt. The maturity proceeds of investment has not been received in case of UPCSMFL, MPEB and MPSIDC. 2.4 Financial Assistance from Consumer Welfare Fund of Government for the Infrastructure Facilities for the Training Institute Building at Noida [Schedule O(a) – Item 1.2(a)] 2.4.1 Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India vide letter No. 011011/34/2003-CWF dated 20.1.2003 had sanctioned and sent to BIS an assistance of Rs.150.00 lacs in financial year 2002-03 for the Infrastructure Facilities in the Training Institute Building at Noida and for training programmes on consumer protection for the Administrative Ministry. The amount spent upto year 2005-06 amounted to Rs. 149.17 lacs. The unspent balance of the assistance as on 31.3.2006 amounted to Rs. 0.83 lac which was carried over to 200607. The Administrative Ministry vide its letter No. 2(9)/ 2003-CPU dated 2.11.2004 had sanctioned utilization of unspent amount for the payment of TA/DA to the Committee members of working groups on Consumer Protection. A sum of Rs. 0.34 lac was paid as TA/DA during the year 2006-07 and charged to Consumer Welfare Fund Assistance Account. 2.4.2 An advance of Rs. 50.00 lacs was paid to M/s. NBCC Ltd. during 2003-04 for furnishing of TI Building/Hostel Rooms out of Consumer Welfare Fund Assistance Account. Out of this Rs. 44.91 lacs was adjusted, capitalized and charged to Consumer Welfare Fund Assistance Account upto 2005-06. Advances of Rs. 1.77 lacs were adjusted during 2006-07. The advances pending as on 31.3.2007 thus amounts to Rs. 3.32 lacs (that is Rs. 50.00 lacs minus Rs. 44.91 lacs minus 1.77 lacs). 2.4.3 The interest earned on short-term deposit of the unspent fund and interest credited by bank in the Saving Bank Account of this fund totalling to Rs. 0.38 lac during 2006-07 has been credited to Consumer Welfare Fund Account itself. The net unspent balance in Consumer Welfare Fund Account as on 31.3.2007 after taking into account the advances of Rs. 3.32 lacs amounts to Rs. 0.87 lac [i.e. Rs. 4.19 lacs as per Schedule O(a) – Item 1.2(a) less Rs. 3.32 lacs of advances yet to be adjusted [Schedule S – Item 3(c)(iv)]. The utilization statement for the year 2006-07 shall be sent to the Administrative Ministry after the Audit. The year-wise utilization statement is as under:

okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07

(#- yk[kksa esa /Rs. in lacs)
2002-03 2003-04 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.1 5.2 2004-05 42.21 0 0.38 42.59 2005-06 40.60 0 1.36 41.96 2006-07 0.83 0 0.38 1.21

miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k lgk;rk [kkrs esa vkjafHkd vfèk'ks"k
Opening Balance in C.W.F. Assistance Account

0 150.00 0 150.00

150.00 0 4.95 154.95

ea=ky; ls izkIr lgk;rk
Assistance received from Ministry

lgk;rk [kkrs esa tek fd;k x;k vftZr C;kt
Interest earned credited to Assistance Account

;ksx (1+2+3)
Total (1+2+3)

ç;qDr lgk;rk Assistance Utilized iwth Capital a jktLo Revenue miHkksDrk laj{k.k lac/kh dk;Zdkjh nyksa a dks ;k=k HkÙkk@nSfud HkÙkk
TA/DA to Working Groups on Consumer Protection 0 62.74 42.41 5.03 1.77

5-2-1

0

0

1.99

2.44

0.34

5.2.2 ç'kklfud ea=ky; ds fy, miHkksDrk laj{k.k

36.16

0

ij 31-7-2005 rd izf'k{k.k dk;ZØe
Training Programme upto 31.7.2005 on Consumer Protection for the Administrative Ministry 5.3.

,uchlhlh dks vfxze jkf'k;k¡
Advances to NBCC

0

50.00

(42.41) ¼vfxzeksa dk lek;kstu½

(2.50) ¼vfxzeksa dk lek;kstu½

(1.77) ¼vfxzeksa dk lek;kstu½
Adjustment of Advances

Adjustment Adjustment of Advances of Advances

ç;qDr dqy lgk;rk (5.1+5.2+5.3)
Total Assistance Utilized (5.1+5.2+5.3) 6.

0

112.74

1.99

41.13

0.34

o"kZ ds var esa miHkksDrk dY;k.k fuf/k lgk;rk [kkrs esa vO;f;r vfèk'ks"k (4-5)
Unspent balance in C.W.F. Assistance Account at the end of the year (4-5)

150.00

42.21

40.60

0.83

0.87

2-5 Hkkjr esa dsUnzh; lgk;rk ls Lo.kZ gkWyekfdZax@vkdyu dsUnzksa dh LFkkiuk gsrq ;kstuk % bl ;kstuk dk izpkyu Hkkjr ljdkj ds miHkksDrk ekeys] [kk| rFkk lkoZtfud forj.k ea=ky;] miHkksDrk ekeys foHkkx] dh vksj ls Hkk ek C;wjks }kjk fd;k tk jgk gSA miHkksDrk ekeys foHkkx us fnukad 30-9-2005 ds vius i= la- 8@2@2004 Hkk ek C;wjks ds rgr dsUnzh; lgk;rk ls Hkkjr esa Lo.kZ gkWyekfdZx@vkdyu a dsUnzkas dh LFkkiuk djus dh ;kstuk ds nkSjku ;kstuk vkjEHk djus ds fy, Hkk ek C;wjks dks 50 yk[k #i, fueqZDr dj fn, FksA blesa ls] 6-46 yk[k #i, dh jkf'k o"kZ 2005&06 ds nkSjku O;; dh xbZA 31-3-2006 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj 43-54 yk[k #i, ds bfr 'ks"k dks o"kZ 2006&07 esa vxzuhr fd;k x;kA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku] 20-72 yk[k #i, dh s

2.5 Scheme for setting up of Gold Hallmarking/ Assaying Centres in India with Central Assistance: This scheme is being operated by BIS on behalf of the, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Department of Consumer Affairs, Govt. of India. The Department of Consumer Affairs vide its letter No. 8/2/ 2004-BIS dated 30.9.2005 had conveyed the sanction to the Scheme for setting up of Gold Hallmarking/Assaying Centres in India with central assistance and also released Rs. 50 lacs to BIS to commence the scheme during 2005-06. Out of this, Rs. 6.46 lacs was spent during 2005-06. The closing balance of Rs. 43.54 lacs as on

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54 lacs Add Rs. 20. For the plea decreetal amount. 24.½ & en 1-2 ¼[k½] 2-6 vikjEifjd ÅtkZ lzksr ea=ky.k rFkk y?kq ekeys U.00.96 lacs.2007 in favour of Registrar Small Causes Court was okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .2002 till payment of entire amount of mense profit.00. Goodwill Theatres Private Ltd. GIA/14/05-06/ 05.54 lacs which has been carried over to 2007-08 [Schedule O(a) – Item 1.kZy. tkus rd ekfld ykHk dh jkf'k ij 6 izfr o"kZ dh nj ij C.f.2006 with letter No. 24-18 yk[k #i. the following transactions having financial implications were made: a) A Bank Guarantee No. U.] eqEcbZ dks Hkqxrku % Hkk ek C. ?kVk.k a lqfoèkk LFkkfir djus ds fy.kA Hkk ek C.1.d ljdkjh a laxBu rFkk bl izdkj fMØh rFkk pwfd vihydrkZ fo'ks"k lafof/k ds a varxZr .% d½ dsujk cSd] MhMh.k FkkA xqMfoy fFk. esa tek djk nsA rkfdZd fMØh jkf'k ds fy.VlZ iz.wjks dk fcØh dk.k. a dh jkf'k O.kZ.ky.fy. and the Small Causes Court Mumbai passed a judgment with decree on 9.k x.kZ. ds Hkou esa Fkk ftlds ekfyd eS.83.a.9.kZy.wjks us .3. 16-50 yk[k #i. a dh fnukad 31-7-2002 dh lkof/k tek jlhn la.60.r jkf'k 14-54 yk[k #i.d ljdkjh laxBu rFkk bl izdkj fMØh ds varxZr jkf'k lnSo lqjf{kr ¼izfRkHkwr½ gSA rFkkfi] ekuuh. ikfjr fd. The grant was received vide cheque dated 31. bl fu"d"kZ ij igq¡pk fd lhihlh ds vkns'k 41 fu. from 27. esa fMekaM Mªk¶V }kjk tek djus rFkk 'ks"k 50 izfr'kr jkf'k ds fy. 3.ky.l Vh ds rgr Hkk ek C.01@005662 ij xzg.d fdjk.e. Bangalore Branch Office had spent Rs.3.kZ jkf'k ds Hkqxrku fd. 7/6/ 2005-ST dated 31.k.kZ gkWyekfdZax lgk.j fd. ukosYVh flusek fcfYMax] xzkV jksM] eqEcbZ a & 400007 esa .kZ fMØh jkf'k U.kt dks Lo.k s 7@6@2005 & .k s gS [vuqlwph vks ¼. us fMØh jkf'k dk 50 izfr'kr U. 43. ijh{k.2007 amounts to Rs.VlZ izk.k a s tk ldrk gS rFkk pwfd vihydrkZ fo'ks"k lafof/k ds varxZr .kA vr% 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj vO.4.us 2000 dk ekeyk la. BIS had vacated the premises in April 2004..@14@05&06@ 05-00-31 udn ds lkFk fnukad 31-3-2006 ds pSd ds rgr izkIr gqvk FkkA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku cSxyksj 'kk[kk dk. tek 1-36 yk[k #i. 1.1(c)]. dh xbZ rFkk bl fof/k ds cpr [kkrs esa flaMhdsV cSad }kjk fn.6.k. the stay would be granted on condition that the appellant would deposit the entire decreetal in the court. Mumbai400007 which was owned by M/s. izHkkoksa okys fuEUk ysu nsu fd.3.wjks }kjk nk. 01/6 of Rs.2006.k x. the Hon''ble Court was pleased to grant stay on the judgement and order dated 9.j dh xbZ LFkxu s vihy ij ekuuh.60@82 nk.ky.ky. 14.k ekeys ds laca/k eas y?kq ekeys U.k.1.72 lacs was spent and interest of Rs. Therefore.2006 to 8. Accordingly.kt vnk fd.f.05 by issuing a direction to deposit 50% of decreetal amount in the Court by Demand Draft and a bank guarantee be given for the balance 50% of amount.50 lakhs for setting up of test facility for Solar Flat Plate Collectors at two laboratories of BIS that is Bangalore and Mohali. As per the decree passed. vihydrkZ dks mlds fy.w ekxZ ds ikl Hkk ek C.3. us 1-96 yk[k #i.36 lacs less Rs.. Hkk ek C. During the year 200607. 205 per sq. 1-36 yk[k #i. Fkh ftls o"kZ 2007&08 esa vxzuhr dj fn. A case No. The unspent balance of grant as on 31.r 'ks"k dh jkf'k 24-18 yk[k #i.e 5 ds vuqlkj] LFkxu bl 'krZ ij iznku fd. ls vuqnku % Hkkjr ljdkj] vikjEifjd ÅtkZ lzkr ea=ky.wjks }kjk vnk fd. 2.½ & en 1-1 ¼x½] 2-7 eqEcbZ esa [kkyh fd.05 and fixed mense profit to be paid by BIS at the rate of Rs.3. dhA 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj vuqnku dh vO. During the year 2006-07. the unspent balance as on 31.2(b)].18 lacs (Rs.2000 to 30. 1.598 was directed to be paid.½A [vuqlwph vks ¼.k rFkk Hkk ek C. x. on the amount of mense profit from the date of application i. dk vuqnku LohÑr fd.9. 24. appellant could be directed to give bank guarantee for the same and as appellant is a Government Organization under the special statute and thereby the amount under decree is always secured. On the stay appeal filed by BIS. feet per month for the area of 3255 sq.k.k x. dh jkf'k vnk djus dk funZ'k fn. ds fdjk. Mumbai regarding the rent case of vacated BIS Sales Office in Mumbai: BIS was having its Sales Office in a rented building at Novelty Cinema Building. 2.kA bl izdkj foŸkh.xqMfoy fFk. 60/82 of 2000 was filed by Goodwill Theatres Private Ltd.rk fufèk [kkrs esa gh tek dj fn.k ftl ij vkosnu dh frfFk vFkkZr 27-2-2002 ls ekfld yk[k dh lEiw. eqEcbZ us 9-9-05 dks fMØh lfgr .kZy.xk fd vihydrkZ lEiw.ky. 205 #i.kkf/kdkj }kjk mlds . x. a total sum of Rs.6 Grant from Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources : The Government of India.evkbZMhlh a 84 31. cSd xkjaVh nsus dk fuos'k nsdj fnukad 9-9-05 a s ds vkns'k fu.jkf'k O.k FkkA vuqnku fnukad 7-4-2006 ds i= la-thvkbZ.ot esa dsujk cSd] .18 lacs) [Schedule O(a) – Item 1.ky.FksA Hkk ek C.wjks dh 2]25]00]000 #i.2004 with interest @ 6% p. However.wjks dh nks iz. x.ksx'kkykvksa vFkkZr ¶ySV cSxyksj rFkk eksgkyh esa lkSj ySV IysV laxzkgdksa ds fy. Rs. izfr o"kZ QqV izfr ekg fu/kkZfjr fd. ij vkLFkxu iznku dj fn. 16. 1. esa ls 20-72 yk[k #i. gS ¼43-54 yk[k #i. Grant Road. ft.d fu. U. Ministry of NonConventional Energy Sources vide its letter No. cSd xkjaVh nsus dk fusnZs'k fn.k tkuk FkkA ikfjr fMØh ds vuqlkj] dqy 3]66]60]598 #i.000 dated 7.k.36 lacs given by Syndicate Bank in the Saving Account of this fund was credited to Gold Hallmarking Assitance Fund Account itself. from 1.2007 amounts to Rs.fy.72 lacs = Rs.4.wjks fcØh dk. 1.7 Payments to Small Causes Court.2. us fnukad 31-3-2006 ds vius i= la[. 20.2006 had sanctioned a grant of Rs.1.g ifjlj vizSy 2004 esa [kkyh dj fn.66.2006 for the period 9.k tk.2006 was carried over to 2006-07.31/Cash dated 7. ds C. the Hon'ble Court came to the conclusion of that as per Order 41 Rule 5 of CPC. tkus okyk ekfld yk[k 1-6-2000 ls 30-4-2004 rd 3255 oxZ QqV ds {ks=Qy ds fy.

2007 2. lek. DDU Marg.83. izfrekg ds ekfld ykHk ds la'kksèku ds lkFk yxHkx 80 yk[k #i.k U. 80 Lacs have been granted.l & en 3 ¼x½ ¼i½] obtained from Canara Bank.k.r dh tk. 2005 dh f'kdk.7.d mPp U. "Contribution to Provident Fund Account" (Schedule D – Item 1).kZ.1.598 dated 7.k x.8 Deficit in Provident Fund Accounts There was a deficit of Rs.d vkosnui= Hkk ek C. fuf/k [kkrksa esa ?kkVk % vfHknkrk [kkrksa esa tek fd.k.kf. Trivedi who was BIS Advocate on the above case for mishandling the case etc.kt ds chp varj ds dkj.ky.ky. U.01@6 izkIr dh xbZA a [k½ iath. esa tek djk.1.83.kt ds lkFk 5]17]500 #i. U.k. 2. fuf/k [kkrksa esa 35-92 yk[k #i. x.2006 before the Hon'ble High Court of Judicature at Mumbai.k.kZ.k rFkk vfxze ds [vuqlwph ^.wjks dh izR.j dh xbZ gSA bl ekeys esa lquokbZ dh vxyh frfFk U.dy U.k x.a. This payment of Rs. In case BIS wins the subject case. Since. an application for Stay for release of deposited money which Respondent may likely to withdraw has been filed through BIS Advocate and a writ Petition No. dk .ky.wVjhdj.6. dh nksgjh ihB] eqEcbZ ds le{k vihy la.j fd.u. }kjk vafre fu. The next date of hearing in this matter will be fixed after vacation of Court.k.A 183]60]598 #i.000 (maturing on 31. A final decision/judgement has been passed by the Hon'ble Appellate Court of Small Causes. dh cSd xkjaVh la.000 each and one DD bearing No.ksa ds fy.k/kh'k }kjk ikfjr fnukad 9-9-2005 ds fu.l.wjks dk O.07) with Canara Bank.k x. . y?kq ekeys U.g Hkqxrku pkyw ifjlEifŸk _. 842052 for Rs.3@2006 Hkk ek C. fn..wjks }kjk nk.oa O.11.wjks ds vf/koDrk ds tfj.2006.Fkh] 9-1-2006 dks U.k tkuk visf{kr gksxk ftlds fy. 842032 to 842051 for Rs.xkA ekeys ij xyr <ax ls dkjZokbZ djus ds fy. 1.60.ksftr dj fn. 7380/06 has been filed on 8.sd ds 20 fMekaM Mªk¶V la.598 in favour of Registrar. dk ?kkVk FkkA ys[kkdj. nk.k gSA 2-9 .k gS rFkk .xhA . Mumbai.k gS rFkk ys[kk 'kh"kZ ^^Hkfo". vfxze [vuqlwph . }kjk iwoZ esa fn. thereby the relief of approximately Rs.3.k uhfr ds vuqlkj Hkk ek C. izfr ekg ds ctk.k tkuk izrhf{kr gSA 2-8 Hkfo".k o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku Hkfo".wjks dh vf/koDrk FkhA 23-3-2007 dh fiNyh lquokbZ ds i'pkr~ vf/koDrk ifj"kn~ }kjk fu. 01/005662 dated 31.kas ds i'pkr~ fu. 6 izfr'kr C. fnukad 7-1-2006 ds 1]83]00]000 #i.k'kkvksa ds vuqlkj ugha gS] tek dh xbZ jkf'k] ftls izfroknh laHkor% vkgfjr djuk pkgsxk] dh fueqfDr ds LFkxu Z ds fy. C..k gS ftlds rgr vihy dks va'kr% vuqer fd.kt dh dqy jkf'k] tks 8 izfr'kr dh nj ls tek dh xbZ Fkh rFkk fufèk ds fuos'k ij vftZr dqy C.287 Hkh eqEcbZ esa egkjk"Vª rFkk xksok dh vf/koDrk ifj"kn~ esa odhy dYiuk vkj f=osnh ds fo#) mDr ekeys esa Hkk ek C.dk fMekaM Mªk¶V la. challenging the judgement dated 09. 287 of 2005 has also been filed in Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa at Mumbai against Advocate Kalpana R. b) 20 Demand Drafts bearing No. dks pqukSrh nsrs gq. ds i{k esa 9-1-2006 ls 8-1-2007 dh vof/k ds fy.k gSA . dh NqfÍ.842032 ls 842051 rFkk 3]60]598 #.00. 3.r la.02 of Rs.] eqEcbZ ds i{k esa fnukad 7-12006 ds 9]00]000 #.k ifj.60.7.92 lacs in Provident Fund Accounts during 2006-07 due to difference between the total amount of interest credited to subscribers accounts which was @ 8% and the total interest earned on investment of the Fund. fuf/k [kkrs esa va'knku** ¼vuqlwph Mh&en 1½ ds varxZr vk.ky.j dh xbZA ekuuh. The award of decision is awaited from Bar Council after last hearing on 23.k. the order passed by the Appellate Court is not as per the expectations of BIS.xk vU.kfpdk eqEcbZ esa ekuuh.k.9 Adjustable advances for Integrated Computerization Project [Schedule S – Item 3(c) (i)] to NIC and BSNL: ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 85 . instead of Rs. the amount received back will be adjusted else the amount paid will be required to be charged to Expenses for which provision shall be made in the Budget.d] y?kq ekeys U.842052] ftu dh dqy jkf'k 1]83]60]598 #.1.karxZr ekeyk thr tkrk gS rks okil izkIr jkf'k dks lek. ctV esa izko/kku fd.ky.598 has been kept under Current Asset Loan & Advances [Schedule 'S' – Item 3(c)(v)].l* & en 3 ¼x½ ¼v½] varxZr j[kk x. izHkkfjr fd.ky. 35. 9.d fjV .kstuh.k. Small Causes Court.ky.25.k.k x.ky. vkns'k ds vuqlkj 6]67]272 #i.k gS rFkk ijh{k.17. MIDC Andheri East against BIS Fixed Deposit Receipt No.500 per month with 6% interest p. .09.k tk. Mumbai vide which Appeal has been partly allowed and revision of mense profit @ 5. This has been treated as expense of BIS as per the Accounting Policy and charged to Income and Expenditure Account under the account head. }kjk a ikfjr vkns'k Hkk ek C. 3/2006 was filed by BIS before Double Bench of Small Causes Court. U.k tk.kstuk ds fy.dhÑr dEI.kZ.k.@QSlyk ikfjr fd.vaèksjh bZLV ls iath. x.y dks .00. y?kq ekeys vihyh. by making a lien on said FDR. dh jkgr iznku dh xbZ gSA pwfd vihyh.67. ds le{k 8-11-2006 dks nk.d y?kq ekeys U. Mumbai were deposited with the Court on 9. ekuk x. 2.uvkbZlh rFkk ch.izR.ky. tk.fn Hkk ek C. An appeal No. [kkrs esa izHkkfjr fd.2006 totalling Rs.wjks fo"k..Fkk vnk dh xbZ jkf'k dks O.60.272 per month as ordered earlier by the Trial Court.2005 passed by Single Judge. A Complaint No.

k vfxze jkf'k dk lek.uchlhlh dks ifj. the depreciation has been charged for 2005-06 and 2006-07 in the accounts of 2006-07 on this amount.wjks dh viuh fuf/k.k ykxr ¼x½ . 1 111. The project work was awarded to M/s. dh 'ks"k cdk.ksftr vfxze Advances adjusted during 2006-07 9. The cumulative expenditure upto 2006-07 on Training Institute Building amounted to Rs. dh 86 2. 9.wjks us t.kstuk dk.09 lacs with NBCC from BIS funds was adjusted during 2006-07.iqj Hkou dh dqy ykxr 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj 462-09 yk[k #i.g~kl izHkkfjr fd.k ijke'khZ izHkkjksa dk Hkqxrku dj jk"Vªh.xkA 2-10 uks.la. esa ls 3-17 yk[k #i. The Building has been constructed by National Building Construction Corporation Limited (NBCC) (a Government undertaking) on payment of consultancy charges and was occupied during 2006-07.ksa esa ls O.. dh jkf'k Hkk ek C.ksa lfgr fuekZ.57 lacs has been spent out of the Plan Grants received from the Government and the balance of Rs.k }kjk nh xbZ Hkwfe ij i`Foh jkt jksM] lh .kstukxr vuqnkuksa esa ls O.u.wVjksa rFkk lacf/kr midj.803.kstuk o"kZ 2003&04 esa 'kq: dh xbZ FkhA jk"Vªh.01 — .uvkbZlh NIC ch. 308. 2.k fuxe ¼.01 lacs shall be adjusted after receipt of certificate of satisfactorily installation report of computers and related equipments. expenses Project Management Consultancy and drawing charges to NBCC Total 154.65 lacs out of which Rs.09 lacs as on 31. ifj. 462.k o"kZ 2005&06 a ds nkSjku oLrqr% laLFkkfir fjiksVZ izkIr gksus ij o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku lek.12 New Central AC Plant for Manak Bhawan Building : The project of Installation of New Central AC Plant for Manak Bhawan at HQ was initiated in the year 2003-04.qDr fd. u. vfxze Advances paid during 2002-03 to 2005-06 2005&06 rd lek..w & en 18) % Hkk ek C.80 17.k fd.ki= a izkIr gksus ds i'pkr~ fd. FkhA ifj.11 Building at Jaipur (Schedule Q – Item 21) : BIS has constructed its own building in Jaipur at Prithvi Raj Road.iqj fodkl izkf/kdj. gS ftldk C.kstuk izc/ku ijke'khZ a rFkk vkjs[ku izHkkj . .Mk esa izf'k{k. The total cost of the Jaipur building amounts to Rs. Hkou fuekZ. in Lacs) 2002&03 ls 2005&06 ds nkSjku vnk fd.uchlhlh }kjk 2-55 djksM+ #i.kstuk dh ykxr 2-68 djksM+ #i.iqj esa Hkou (vuqlwph D. x.14 — 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj cdk.kstuk izc/ku ijke'kZnkrk a ¼ih.k x.k x. in Lacs (a) (b) (c) Land Cost including stamp duty Construction cost including furnishing and misc..09 17-43 462-09 2-12 ekud Hkou dh bekjr ds fy.k tk. lh la.16 31.k dsUnzh.h O. 2.k x.08 lacs from BIS own Fund. 2.Z .k laLFkku Hkou ij 2006&07 rd lap.k x. u. / Rs. dh xbZ gS rFkk 'ks"k 308-08 yk[k #i.68 crores.uchlhlh½ dks ifj.= dh laLFkkiuk a dh ifj.ksftr fd.wjks dh fuf/k.uchlhlh½ ¼ljdkjh miØe½ }kjk fd. Hkou fuekZ.k gSA vr% o"kZ 2006&07 ds [kkrksa esa bl jkf'k ij 2005&06 rFkk 2006&07 ds fy. The cost of the project approved was Rs.01 31.36 2006&07 ds nkSjku lek.ksftr fd.a= % ekud Hkou ds eq[.36 9-14 yk[k #i.kstu dEI.17 lacs were actually installed during 2005-06 but advances have been adjusted during 2006-07 on receipt of installation report.3. ds lacf/kr midj.kA vuqeksfnr ifj.ksa esa ls . The remaining outstanding advances of Rs.k gSA Hkou dk fuekZ.43 462. National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) was appointed as Project Management Consultant (PMC) for the project. dh jkf'k dks o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku lek.kksa dh larks"ktud laLFkkiuk fjiksVZ dk izek. 78.w & en 21) % Hkk ek C.k fuxe fy¼.kstuk esa t.l..k x.kA t.lh. ds fy.3.iqj esa vius Lo. ewY. . Therefore.k x.ky.86 289. dh jkf'k 1 111-65 yk[k #i.10 Training Institute Building at Noida (Schedule Q – Item 18) : The pending advance of Rs. 0. dsUnzh.elh½ fu. Arief Engineers okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .uchlhlh ds ikl yafcr 0-09 yk[k #i.k gSA 78-01 yk[k #i.07 78.k gS rFkk bl ij vfèkHkksx ¼dCtk½ 2006&07 ds nkSjku fd.ksx 154-86 289-80 Out of Rs.ksftr vfxze Advances adjusted upto 2005-06 735.a ds Hkou dk fuekZ.k vfxze Advances outstanding as on 31.14 lakhs the related equipments of Rs.kA izf'k{k. dh jkf'k ljdkj ls izkIr vk.kstuk ds fy. dh xbZ gSA 2-11 t.y BSNL 822..2007 with break-up as under: Rs. Fkh ftlesa ls 803-57 yk[k #i. ¼d½ LVkEi 'kqYd lfgr Hkwfe dh ykxr ¼[k½ lktlTtk rFkk fofo/k O.k laLFkku Hkou (vuqlwph D.03. C Scheme on land given by Jaipur Development Authority.(yk[k #i.kSjk fuEukuqlkj gS% yk[k #i.

false ceiling.kstuk dk dk.vkfjQ bathfu..ksa esa ls fd. 217-87 yk[k #i.w & en 26) esa pkyw iawthxr dk.k x.k gSA ckn esa ekud Hkou dh bekjr ds vk/kqfudhdj. gSaA 2-13 ekud Hkou bekjr ds vk/kqfudhdj.fy-] ubZ fnYyh dks lkSik x. As the project is in standstill condition since June 2006.kstuk dk dk. ds dqy o/kZu esa ls vuqlwph D.k rFkk vusd a ckj .Zdkjh lfefr dh 3 ebZ 2005 dks vk. .k gSA pwafd . 15. replacement of internal electrical wiring.kstuk #dh gqbZ voLFkk esa gSA ifj.kZ fd. The project is at standstill condition since June 2006.k tk ldkA 2-14 Hkk ek C. fy.13 Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building Project: The project of Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building was initially approved by the Executive Committee in its meeting held on 29 March 2004 with the project cost of Rs.k tSlkfd dk.55 crores in September 2004.kstuk ds fy.3.kZ.kA mijksDrkuqlkj la'kksf/kr dk.k iw¡th O.= a dh laLFkkiuk* ds lkFk lac) gSA pwfd ekud Hkou ds u.w½ .k dh ifj.kstuk twu 2006 ls #dh gqbZ voLFkk esa gS] varr% l{ke izkf/kdkjh }kjk . . ds dqy vfxze Hkqxrku esa ls 31-60 yk[k #i. 217.ksftr jkf'k dks fu..55 lacs of total addition as per Schedule Q LESS Rs.ksa ds fy.k ds fy. dkj.ksa dh vuqlwph (vuqlwph D. 2.ksftr viuh ykxr esa 408 yk[k #i.kstuk ykxr ij iw. 25 and 28 of Schedule Q).k dh . The work was started in March 2005 and was discontinued at number of times due to one or other reasons. ¼vuqlwph D. 408 lacs and an amount of Rs.40 lacs.dqy ykxr ij flrEcj 2004 esa eS. all due payments have been withheld till settlement of AC Plant issues.Z Hkh vkjEHk ugha fd.uchlhlh ds ikl 'ks"k cdk.kkyh rFkk isfVax dk a dk.k dh ifj.kstuk dks vkjEHk esa dk. 168828 was paid to National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) in the year 2004-05 for preparation of preliminary sketches.k tk.xkA rnuqlkj] .kSjs fuEukuqlkj gSa % Pvt. 9. . 232.r ifjlEifŸk.wjks dh fuf/k. namely providing and fixing. Hkqxrku jksd fn.l uks.lh la.g ifj.k dh ifj.87 lacs (Schedule Q) (that is Rs.kksa ls jksd fn. Hkou fuekZ. 217.Mk ds fuekZ.lh la. As the Project of Installation of New AC Plant of Manak Bhawan is in standstill condition since June 2006.rk ls iw¡thÑr ifjlEifŸk.Z ds :i esa n'kkZ.kstu lfgr Hkk ek C. dh jkf'k lek.w ds vuqlkj 232-55 yk[k #i. x.kstuk twu 2006 ls #dh gqbZ fLFkfr esa gS]a vr% ekud Hkou dh bekjr ds vk/kqfudhdj.k ¼vFkkZr vuqlwph D. ds o/kZu ds C. 2. 80 lakhs to NBCC for the project. Ltd.w ds Øekad 9] 25 rFkk 28 ij ljdkjh vuqnku@lgk. lh la.oLFkk djuk yxkuk] vkarfjd fctyh dh rkjksa dks izfrLFkkfir djuk] vfXu lpsrd iz.kA twu 2006 ls ifj.k dk.Z {ks= 0-83 djksM+ #i.k x.k x.k x. Later on the scope of Project of Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building was restricted to cover work.ksftr viuh cSBd esa vuqeksfnr fd.k x. dh jkf'k vnk dh xbZA vnk dh xbZ jkf'k dks fu.lZ izk. Out of the total advance payment of Rs. dh la'kksf/kr ifj.k vU.Z ^ekud Hkou ds u.kstuk ykxr ij vkoj. x.87 lacs are as under: ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 87 .Zdkjh lfefr }kjk 29 ekpZ 2004 dks vk. 31. .uchlhlh dks dksbZ Hkqxrku fueqZDr ughaa fd. New Delhi by NBCC at a total cost of Rs.ksa dh vuqlwph (vuqlwph D.wjks dh fuf/k. fire alarm system and painting work with the revised project cost of Rs.83 crore as approved in Executive Committee at its meeting held on 3 May 2005.kstuk dk dk. The work of Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building Project with the revised scope as above is linked up with project work of "Installation of New AC Plant of Manak Bhawan" .kstuk % ekud Hkou dh bekjr ds vk/kqfudhdj. jk"Vªh.Z ekpZ 2005 esa 'kq: fd. 0.Z uker% QkYl lhfyax dh O.14 Capital Expenditure out of BIS Funds : The capital expenditure out of BIS Funds including adjustment of advances during 2006-07 amounted to Rs. dh ifj.k gS fd vU. a sum of Rs.. therefore it has been decided by the Competent Authority that no payment shall be released to NBCC against other projects namely Construction of JBO Building and NITS Noida.= dh a a laLFkkiuk dh ifj.ksa esa ls iw¡thxr O.Z] rd lhfer dj fn.k x.uchlhlh½ dks 168828 #i.k x.uvkbZVh. ?kVkdj½A 217-87 yk[k #i. The details of addition of Rs. 80 yk[k #i. 48. The amount paid has been shown as Capital work in progress in the Schedule of Fixed Assets (Schedule Q – Item 26).uchlhlh dks fd.Z ds :i esa n'kkZ. 15-06 yk[k #i. 2.2007 with NBCC amounts to Rs. Accordingly.kstukvksa uker% ts ch vks Hkou rFkk .k x. therefore the work of Modernization of Manak Bhawan Building Project also could not be initiated. drawings and estimates.d .ksftr dj yh xbZ gS rFkk 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj .k dh ifj.k vfxze dh jkf'k 48-40 yk[k #i.06 lacs towards assets capitalized from Government Grants/assistance at Sl. gSA lek.g fu.k fuxe ¼. % o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku vfxzeksa ds lek.k x.kA dk.k Fkk rFkk o"kZ 2004&05 esa vkjafHkd vkjs[k :ijs[kk rFkk vuqeku rS.a= eqÌksa ds fuiVku rd lHkh ns.kj djus ds fy.r ifjlEifŸk. ifj.60 lacs has been adjusted and the balance outstanding advance as on 31.w & en 24) esa py jgs iw¡thxr dk. The amount adjusted has been shown as Capital work in progress in the Schedule of Fixed Assets (Schedule Q – Item 24).Z{ks= ds lkFk ekud Hkou dh bekjr ds vk/kqfudhdj.

k Construction of Jaipur Building 5. a iz. .kZy.79 5. esa o/kZu Addition to existing Building – Mumbai Office Hkou &II& dksydrk ¼vfxzeksa dk lek.dhÑr dEI.ksx 88 29-66 12-69 10-65 6-79 5-75 3-95 3-27 16-13 39-58 46-54 175-01 vii) Licence Fee from Staff Quarters viii) Other Miscellaneous Receipts HQ ix) x) Misc.69 10.d ijh{k.k laLFkku] uks.k & Hkk ek C.87 10.k¡ Laboratory Equipments-BIS Funds 2006-07 2005-06 79.27 16.kstuk & .00 9.16 640.k ls C.k rFkk dEI.kt HkrhZ izkfIr. WIP) 47. dh fofo/k vk.kstu½ Building-II – Kolkatta(adjustment of advances) .75 3. {ks=h.13 39. ¼vuqlwph ch & en 2½ % o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku 175-01 yk[k #i.k¡ .iqj Hkou dk fuekZ.(#.kfT.54 175. iqLrdsa Library Books 12. lh la.ky.k¡ eq[. dk.21 okgu Vehicles 3.k dsUnzh.62 Hkou & izf'k{k.28 .ksx TOTAL 2-15 fofo/k vk.12 – – 217. midj.58 46.k 'kqYd rFkk fofo/k izkfIr.95 3.01 iqLrdky.= ekud Hkou ¼iwthxr MCY.15 Miscellaneous Income (Schedule B – Item 2) : The detail of Miscellaneous Income of Rs.wjks fuf/k.65 6.kZy.l va'knku LVsMMZ bafM.kSjs fuEukuqlkj gSa % ¼yk[k #i.wvkbZih½ a a New Central AC Plant Manak Bhawan (Cap.p.kstu½ ds varxZr dEI.k¡ lhth.k Computer & Associated Equipments under Integrated Computerization Project-NIC (adjustment of advances) 11.94 201.wVj Furniture & Fixtures.½ i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) 2.rk 'kqYd okgu _.k vfxze ls C.kt x`g fuekZ.ksx'kkykvksa esa okf. in lacs) ifjlEifŸk lewg Assets Group iz.76 81. Income at ROs/BOs Commercial Testing Fees & Misc. lnL.00 31.07 QuhZpj .19 iqLrdky. Office Equipments & Computers 58.wVjhdj.ksx'kkyk midj.ksa esa fofo/k vk.u vkbZ lh ¼vfxzeksa dk lek.66 12.61 1.24 33.02 28. Receipts in Labs TOTAL okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .oa fQDlplZ dk.93 t.15 0.yk[kksa esa /Rs. ds C.k va'knku a LVkWQ DOkkZVjksa ls ykblsl 'kqYd a vU.k ifj.01 lac during the year 2006-07 is as under: (Rs. in lacs) i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) Library Membership Fee Interest from Conveyance Loan Interest from House Building Loans Recruitment Receipts CGHS Contribution Standards India Subscription 29.wVj rFkk lgc) midj.33 0.kZy.ks@'kk[kk dk.02 Uk.175.kZy.46 244.Mk Building – Training Institute Noida fo|eku Hkou & eqEcbZ dk. fofo/k izkfIr.

56.k gSA 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj ykHkdkjh fuf/k }kjk Hkk ek C.ku dtZnkj [vuqlwph ..pM~<k izoj Js.r 'ks"k jkf'k cp xbZA 2-20 v'kks/.e 1961 dh /kkjk 10 ¼23x½ ¼iv½ ds varxZr vf/klwfpr fd. izko/kku % v'kks/.wjks dks 8-63 yk[k #i.k gSA dkuiqj 'kk[kk dk. 12.2007.l.k gS [vuqlwph . As on 31.2007 amounted to Rs.21 Certification Debtors due to non-implementation of EC's decision to revise the rates of Application.ds.00.kksa dks l{ke izkf/kdkjh }kjk cÍs [kkrs Mky fn. gqbZ ftlls 2]10]552-00 #i. 2.3. dk. lgk. dh vO.Zdkfj.85@2006 fnukad 28 ekpZ] 2006 ds rgr vk.2006 under the UNDP Assistance Account amounted to Rs.k. The remaining amount recoverable as on 31. dh jkf'k ns.k tk. vf/klwpuk la.kh fyfid }kjk nqfoZfu. vk.k x.½ ds varxZr 'kkfey fd.QvkbZvkj ¼izkFkfedh½ ntZ dh xbZ Fkh rFkk ekeyk fnYyh iqfyl dh vfHk. Section Officer.k gSA 2-21 vkosnu i=] uohdj.k gSA v'kks/.d .wjks us e`R. rFkk lafnXèk _.k x.½ & en 2 ¼d½] : 31-3-2006 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj ykHkdkjh fuf/k esa 8-30 yk[k dks /kkjk 'ks"k nf'kZr gksrk gS tks Hkk ek C.k tkrk gSA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku] 60]944-00 #i.½ & ^orZeku ifjlEifŸk.l* ds varxZr owlyh . Loans & Advances' [Item 3(d)(iii)] includes Rs. esa nkf[ky fd.19 UNDP Assistance (Schedule T – Item 6) : BIS had received financial assistance from UNDP for formation of Indian standards on Halen Alternatives.k ds dkj. 2.16 Benevolent Fund [Schedule O(a) – Item 2 (a)] :The Benevolent Fund as on 31.kZy.wjks us vk.f. the Benevolent Fund owes Rs.00 leaving an unspent balance of Rs. During 200607 bad debts of Rs.13 lacs out of which Rs. ds v'kks/.k x.18 Accounts Recoverable(Employees) under Schedule 'S' [Item 3(d)(i)] includes Rs.51 lacs have been recovered.uMhih lgk.dj ls NwV izkIr gSA Hkk ek C.3.k Fkk rFkk bldh vk. 8.Zokgh py jgh gSA 2-18 vuqlwph ^.ksX. 197. 242.k o"kksZa 2004&05 ls 2006&07 ds fy. vuq'kklfud tk¡p dh tk jgh gSA 2-19 . cSBrh gS ftls cÍs [kkrs Mkyus ds fy. Kanpur Branch Office are under progress.00 were written off and have been shown at Schedule M – Item 9.rk (vuqlwph Vh & en 6) % Hkk ek C. dksbZ izko/kku ugha fd.4.k cÍs [kkrs Mkys x. 'ks"k jkf'k 44-62 yk[k #i.kZy.xkA mi egkfuns'kd ¼dsUnzh. A FIR was registered and the case is under scrutiny in the prosecution branch of Delhi Police which will thereafter be filed in the Court by Delhi Police. UDC who is under suspension.ksX.k 'kqYd rFkk okf"kZd ykblsal 'kqYd dh njksa esa la'kks/ku djus ds bZlh ds fu.k rFkk vfxze* [en 3 ¼?k½ ¼iii½] esa dkuiqj 'kk[kk dk. Chadha.uMhih lgk. 5.k o"kZ 2007&08 ls 2009&10 ds fy.w. The departmental disciplinary enquiry is being undertaken against Shri Mohan Singh by Deputy Director General (Central Region).k izek.dj NwV % Hkk ek C.. tkus ds i'pkr vk..uMhih ls a foŸkh.1. jkf'k 242-13 yk[k #i. Renewal Fee and Annual Licence Fee [Schedule S – Item 2(c)] : The total recoverables amounted to Rs.944. the disciplinary authority in this case.62 lacs which is to be considered by EC for writing off. 8.rk [kkrs ds varxZr vkjafHkd vf/k'ks"k 3]67]045-00 #i.kh lfefr }kjk fopkj fd.e & en 9 esa n'kkZ.ksX. 3.450 misappropriated by Late Shri D.l. rFkk lafnX/k _. .kksa ds fy.3.k¡] _. The opening balance as on 1.20 Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts: No provision is made for Bad and Doubtful Debts. cSBrh gS ftlesa ls 197-51 yk[k #i.2006 shows a debit balance of Rs.wjks dks gsyu fodYiksa lac/kh Hkkjrh.rk izkIr gqbZ FkhA 1-4-2006 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj] .17.S. jkf'k ¼deZpkjh½ esa fuyEck/khu Jh eksgu flag] izoj Js. The disciplinary proceedings initiated against Shri S.000 towards forgery/embezzlement allegedly committed by Shri Mohan Singh.w. esa LoxhZ.493.ksX. UDC.2-16 ykHkdkjh fuf/k [vuqlwph vks ¼. dks fØ. 44. Jh Mh.552.e & en 2¼x½] % dqy olwyh . _.045. Tripathi.kfUor u djus ds dkj.10. The expenditure during 2006-07 amounted to Rs.dj vf/kfu. 85/2006 dated 28 March 2006 for the Assessment Years 2004-05 to 2006-07 and its income is exempted of Income-tax. ekudksa ds fu/kkZj.k ds Hkqxrku dks jksd fy. dh jkf'k olwy dh tk pqdh gSA 31-3-2007 dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj olwyh .wjks dks fu/kkZj.63 lakh to BIS which has been included under Accounts Recoverable (others) [Schedule S – Item (3)(d)(iii)]. {ks=½] tks bl ekeys esa iz'kklfud izkf/kdkjh gS] }kjk Jh eksgu flag ds fo#) foHkkxh.67.l* [en 3 ¼?k½ ¼i½] ds varxZr olwyuh.30 lakh which is due to the temporary transfer of amount to the Benevolent Fund from BIS Account. vide Notification No. dh jkf'k 'kkfey gSA C. 'kkfey gSA .k x.22 Income-tax Exemption : BIS was notified under Section 10(23C)(iv) of the Income-tax Act 1961.wjks [kkrs ls ykHkdkjh fuf/k esa jkf'k ds vLFkk. [kkrs ¼vU.k tkuk gSA 2-22 vk. Bureau has withheld the payment of death gratuity and leave encashment. 2. ds vuqHkkx vf/kdkjh Jh . _.oa O. leku izdkj dh 2.17 The Accounts Recoverable (Others) under Schedule 'S' – 'Current Assets. 2.l & en ¼3½ ¼?k½ ¼iii½]A 2-17 vuqlwph ^. 2.kZ. dh jkf'k O. Fks rFkk mUgsa vuqlwph .ksftr dh xbZ 5]17]450 #i.00.K.f=ikBh ds fo#) vuq'kklfud dk. 2.k ds fy.dj foHkkx ls fu/kkZj.kstu 'kk[kk ds laoh{kk/khu gS ftls rRi'pkr~ fnYyh iqfyl }kjk U. 60.kh fyfid )kjk dfFkr :i ls dh xbZ tkylkth@xcu ds 12000 #i. 2.kksa ds fy. gS ftls olwyh . . in Kanpur Branch Office.q minku rFkk vodk'k udnhdj. The Bad Debts are charged to Income & Expenditure Account after the same are written off by the competent authority. BIS has applied to the Income Tax Department for similar exemption for the assessment ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 89 .ky.h varj. FkkA o"kZ 2006&07 ds nkSjku 1]56]493-00 #i. [kkrs ¼vU.w. ys[ks esa izHkkfjr dj fn.

2. ls Hkh vius iz'kklfud ea=ky.k x.k gSA fu.wjks us dsUnzh.{k dj cksMZ ¼lhchMhVh½] foŸk ea=ky. vkosnu fd. .23 Surplus in Income & Expenditure Account : The surplus of Rs. dh vfr'ks"k jkf'k dks iw¡th fuf/k esa vxzuhr dj s fn. izR.d le>k x.e ls .NwV ds fy.h dj NwV ds fy.04 lacs in the Income & Expenditure Account has been carried to Capital Fund (Schedule N – Item v).k] iqu% lewgc) fd.kZ. ys[ks esa 2860-04 yk[k #i.k tk ldsA year 2007-08 to 2009-10 which is under consideration.oa O.24 The previous year figures have been re-grouped wherever found necessary to make them comparable with current year figures.k x. Decision is awaited.k gS tks fopkjk/khu gSA Hkk ek C. 2. ds ek/. cuk.u – en v)A 2-24 foxr o"kZ ds vkadM+kas dks] tgk¡ Hkh vko'.d LFkk. 90 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .. .k gS rkfd mUgsa orZeku o"kZ ds vkadM+kas ds lkFk rqyuh.oa O.. Ministry of Finance through its administrative ministry for a permanent tax exemption. 2860. BIS has also requested to Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). vuqjks/k fd.k gS (vuqlwph . ys[ks esa vfr'ks"k jkf'k % vk. izrhf{kr gSA 2-23 vk.

kh 2-36½ s s Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd.kh 2-3-5½ s Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board (see Note 2.wihlh.laLFkk dk uke Sl No.00 300.48 vkbZMhchvkbZ cSd a IDBI Bank baMfLVª.00 80.00 100.09 1039.lvkbZMhlh½ ¼ns[kas fVIi.drkbZ fey QsMjs'ku fy.ksa ds fuos'k INVESTMENT OF BIS FUNDS cSadksa dks NksM+dj lkoZtfud {ks= ds miØeksa vkSj foÙkh.s yk[kksa esa / Rupees in Lacs ) 11-1 Hkk ek C.17 1296.5) .* Indicative Market Value of Investment* 52.eih. Corpn.18 [k½ b) va'knk.36) e/.15 31.wVhvkbZ ¼dj eqDr ckaM½ UTI (Tax Free Bond) .P. Hkfo".la.93 102. Dev.3.ksa esa fuos'k Investment with PSUs & Financial Institutions Other than Banks in Bonds & Deposits Ø.kstuk a Contributory New Pension Scheme x½ c) lkekU.95 dqy fuos'k vkcafVr Total Investment Allocated Towards d½ a) is'ku ns.h ubZ is'ku . vkS|ksfxd fodkl fuxe fy.5) e/.29 845.ksx TOTAL 1-2 cSadksa esa lkof/k tekjkf'k.ifjf'k"V-II APPENDIX-II 31-3-2007 ds vuqlkj fuos'k ds fooj.¼. Name of Institution i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) Ykkxr ij fuos'k Investment at Cost fuos'k dk fufnZ"VkRed cktkj ewY.k fy.3.18 36187.70 37031.50 Hkkjr ljdkj esa izfrHkwfr.28 3127.2007 ¼#i.rk [kkrk a Pension Liability Account 35703.Q. (UPCSMFL) (see Note 2.y½ ¼ns[kas fVIi. izn'k jkT.M. Mills Fed.55 843.00 300.00 200.wjks èkujkf'k. dks"k General Provident Fund a i) fo'ks"k tek esa fuos'k ¼vkjchvkbZ½ Investment in Special Deposit (RBI) ii) 3127.¼vkbZ. Ltd.93 100.ksx TOTAL (1) 36187.k¡ Government of India Securities ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 91 .00 10.00 100. (MPSIDC) (see Note 2.09 965.kh 2-3-5½ U.Ukal dkiksZj'ku vkWQ bf.y Qk.25 gkmflax vjcu MsoyiesV dkiksZj'ku ¼gqMdks½ a s Housing Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO) 52.70 37032.k¡ Investment with Banks in Fixed Deposits . fuos'k & iwth dks"k a General Investment – Capital Fund .00 200.00 10. laLFkkvksa esa ckaMksa rFkk tek jkf'k.03 80.e.3.kh 2-3-5½ s M.5) m-iz. (IFCI) (see Note 2.86 37031. Co-op.3.ksx ¼1½ TOTAL (1) 2 2-1 deZpkjh dks"k ds fuos'k INVESTMENT OF EMPLOYEES FUNDS lkekU. Spg.¼.k DETAILS OF INVESTMENT AS ON 31.P.QlhvkbZ½ ¼ns[ksa fVIi. State Indl. fctyh cksMZ ¼ns[kas fVIi.l. izn'k jkT.dks-vksi.

kh 2-3-5½ M.21 yk[k #i.e.00 4.k x. miyC/k Fks vFkok .vkbZlh@chvkbZ. ¼cktkj ewY. INVESTMENT – OTHERS .14 lkoZtfud {ks= ds cSd ckaM a Public Sector Bank Bonds 697.kstuk&flafMdsV cSd a ABO Building Project–Syndicate Bank 13.iii) iv) jkT. m)r fuos'k ¾ 3366. The market quotes were not available in respect of IFCI.19 lacs = Rs. MPEB. ij fd.ksa esa fuos'k Investment with PSUs & Financial Institutions other than Banks in Bonds & Deposits d½ a) vkbZMhchvkbZ IDBI 520. = Rs.00 4.29 cSdksa dks NksMdj lkoZtfud {ks= ds miØeksa vkSj foÙkh.eih.40 . ?k½ d) v) vi) gqMdks HUDCO 115.3.QlhvkbZ] .3076.k x.eih.51 lacs 92 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .lvkbZMhlh] gqMdks vkSj . 40200.21 lacs). a + laLFkkvksa esa ckaMksa rFkk tekjkf'k. IC/BIS/FD dated 15.P.67 x½ c) ikoj Qkbusal dkjiksjs'ku fyPower Finance Corporation Ltd.k x.51 13.19 yk[k #i.¡ &dsujk cSd vYikofèk a Plan Projects–Canara Bank Short-term .34 754.00 6225. MPSIDC.ksx GRAND TOTAL (1+2+3) fVIi. * Market Value of investments have been made available by BIS Fund Manager M/s. ljdkj esa izfrHkwfr.k tgk¡ cktkj ewY.00 70.y ds lanHkZ esa cktkj ewY.ksa dk ewY. Corp. (MPSIDC) (see Note 2.47 17.32 lacs (Market value Rs.51 yk[k #i.5) 45.47 43566.28 107.00 6517.32 yk[k #i.fn ckt+kj ewY.00 79.47 43276.QMh fnukad 15-5-2007 }kjk miyC/k djk.ksx TOTAL (3) egk .½ leqPp.5. State Indl. 3076.k gS fd ckt+kj dh ijEijkvksa ds vuqlkj] izfrHkwfr.k x. The break-up is as follows: The aggregate quoted investment The aggregate unquoted investment (including fixed depsoits) Total Investment = Rs. miyC/k ugha FksA C.Q.kA vkbZ.98 cSdksa esa lkof/k tek a Fixed Deposits with Banks . According to IDBI capital the securities have been valued at market price where market quotes were available or at face value/purchase price if the market quotes are not available. Hkk ek C.kh % *fuos'kksa dk ckt+kj ewY..09 467.k gSA vkbZMhchvkbZ dSfiVy ekdsZV lfoZlst+ fy.eihbZch] .2007. dqy fuos'k Note: ¾ 43566. izn'k jkT.k¡ State Government Securities 804. ewY.wihlh.kstuk ifj. ij fd.chvks Hkou ifj.kstuk. miyC/k ugha gSa ogk¡ vafdr@Ø.60 [k½ b) e/.kSjs fuEukuqlkj gSa% leqPp. 3366. Mumbai vide their letter No.wjks ds fuf/k izca/kd eSllZ vkbZMhchvkbZ dSfiVy ekdsZV lfoZlst+ fy-] eqEcbZ ds i= la. HUDCO and UPCSMFL. IDBI Capital Market Services Ltd.}kjk crk. Devp.44 90.47 17. vuq)r fuos'k ¼lkof/k tek lfgr½ ¾ 40200. cktkj ewY.l@.69 90. vkS|ksfxd fodkl fuxe s ¼.34 45.ksx TOTAL (2) 3 3-1 3-2 fuos'k & vU.lvkbZMhlh½ ¼ns[kas fVIi.86 598. 43566.

OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL DIRECTOR OF AUDIT ECONOMIC & SERVICE MINISTRIES. NEW DELHI-110002 AUDIT CERTIFICATE I have audited the attached Balance Sheet of Bureau of Indian Standards. fooj.ksa ds v/.oa lsok ea=ky. vkSj foÙkh.oa lsok ea=ky. A. Place : New Delhi Date : 16 November 2007 Sd/(K.eksa vkSj Hkkjr esa lkekU.kksa esa izdVu 'kkfey gS A eSa fo'okl djrk gw¡ fd esjh ys[kkijh{kk esjh jk. fooj.kstuksa ds fy.kksa ij jk.ksa ds lkFk ifBr vk.ksa ls eqDr gS] ds ckjs esa mfpr vk'oklu izkIr djus ds fy.R. lgh .ksa ls esy [kkrs gSA a 3.oa .&O.C.kj a fd.kZy. I believe that my audit provides a reasonable basis for my opinion.wjks ds izc/ku dk gSA esjk mÙkjnkf.kksa ds vuqlkj % (i) ys[ks fu/kkZfjr QkesZV ds varxZr visf{kr lwpuk nsrs gSA a (ii) dfFkr rqyu i= ys[kkdj. gekjs ys[kkijh{kk iz. ys[kk ls lacf/kr gSA a gLrk/LFkku % ubZ fnYyh fnukad % 16 uoEcj] 2007 ¼ds. ys[kk mi.ks]a 4 {ks=h.kZy.ksa vkSj mu ij fVIif.k Lohd`r ys[kkijh{k. I report that: 1. dk.eSus lHkh lwpuk vkSj Li"Vhdj. (a) In so far as it relates to the Balance Sheet of the State of affairs of the BIS as at 31 March 2007.] . I report that the Balance Sheet and the Income and Expenditure Account dealt with by this report are properly drawn up and are in agreement with the books of accounts.&O.d mfpr vk/kkj eqgS.kstuk cukrk gw¡ vkSj ys[kkijh{kk djrk gw¡A ys[kkijh{kk esa uewuk vk/kkj ij tk¡p] jdeksa ds leFkZu esa lk{.LVsV] ubZ fnYyh & 110002 ys[kkijh{kk izek.Jhjke½ çèkku funs'kd ys[kkijh{kk vkfFkZd .dk.g 31 ekpZ 2007 dk Hkkjrh.wjks] ubZ fnYyh ds layXu rqyu i= vkSj ml rkjh[k dks lekIr o"kZ ds fy.k gSA a 2.k foÙkh.Ro viuh ys[kkijh{kk ds vk/kkj ij bu foÙkh. . ys[kk dh ys[kk ijh{kk dh gSA a bu foÙkh. In my opinion and to the best of my information and according to the explanations given to me: (i) The accounts give the information required under the earlier prescribed format of accounts. ekud C.k djrh gSA gekjh ys[kkijh{kk ds vk/kkj ij eSa lwfpr djrk gw¡ fd% 1. ESTATE. BUILDING.ksZa dh fLFkfr ds rqyu i= ls lacf/kr gS( vkSj a ¼[k½ tgk¡ rd . (ii) The said Balance Sheet. ekud C. ys[kk vkSj blds lkFk layXu ys[kkijh{kk izfrosnu esa mfYyf[kr vU.k uhfr.qfDr.ki= eSus 31 ekpZ 2007 dks Hkkjrh.kj djus dk mÙkjnkf.d Fks] dks izkIr dj fy. iz. vko'.kksa esa 20 'kk[kk dk.r. eSa . esa vksj eq>s nh xbZ loksZÙke lwpuk vkSj Li"Vhdj. These standards require that I plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatements. gSa vkSj ys[kkvksa dh cfg. fooj. vk. I have obtained all the information and explanations which to the best of our knowledge and belief were necessary for the purposes of our audit.Hkou] bUnzizLFk . and other matters mentioned in the Audit Report annexed herewith.esjh jk.kZy./khu eSa lwfpr djrk gw¡ fd bl izfrosnu ls lacf/kr rqyu i=] vk. fooj. Subject to the observations in the Audit Report annexed herewith. ds fy. 2. 4 regional offices and a Central Laboratory. My responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on my audit. give a true and fair view. I have conducted my audit in accordance with applicable rules and the auditing standards generally accepted in India. Based on our audit.ksa . I. iz/kku funs'kd ys[kkijh{kk vkfFkZd .&O.Ro Hkkjrh. SRIRAM) Principal Director of Audit Economic & Service Ministries ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 93 . ekud C. x. fo"k.wjks ds dk.k tks gekjh loksZÙke tkudkjh vkSj fo'okl ds fy. izdV djuk gSA a eSus viuh ys[kkijh{kk ykxw fu.R.kksa dks rS.-th-lh-vkj.vkj.k. on a test basis.ksx'kkyk ds ys[ks lfEefyr gSa A bu foÙkh.layXu ys[kkijh{kk izfrosnu esa vH. New Delhi as at 31 March 2007 and the Income and Expenditure Account for the year ended on that date. fooj. An audit includes examining.s ekud vis{kk djrs gSa fd D.G. Preparation of these financial statements is the responsibility of the BIS management..d dsUnzh.. These financial statements include the accounts of 20 branch offices.k ekudksa ds vuqlkj dh gSA .g ml rkjh[k dks lekIr o"kZ ds vf/k'ks"k ds vk.kfu. and (b) In so far as it relates to the Income and Expenditure Account of the surplus for the year ended on that date.oa mfpr fLFkfr izLrqr djrs gSA a ¼d½ tgk¡ rd .&O.P. evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements.. Income and Expenditure Account read together with the Accounting Policies and Notes thereon.qZDr :Ik ls rSS..k a okLrfod xyr c. 3.

dk.k gS A 3-2 vpy ifjlEifÙk.2 Liabilities 2. foÙk izek.iz-½ esa .1987 with the enactment of Bureau of Indian Standards Act.1 The BIS did not prepare annual accounts in Uniform Format of Accounts prescribed by Ministry of Finance.d iz.k¡ 2-1 rqyui= 2-2 ns. four regional offices and one Central Laboratory at Sahibabad (U. viz. 2. product certification on quality assurance. Hkkjrh. of the erstwhile Indian Standards Institution.k . This has resulted in under statement of expenditure and current liabilities to that extent.wjks ds Hkksiky 'kk[kk dk. esa 1991&1995 ¼: 0-74 yk[k½] 1997&1999 ¼: 0-11 yk[k½ dh vof/k dh izek. ekud laLFkku dh lHkh xfrfofèk.k¡a vkSj lsok 'krs½ vf/kfu. AUDIT REPORT ON THE ACCOUNTS OF BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS FOR THE YEAR 2006-07 1. Sundry debtors on account of certification fee to the extent of Rs.¡] ijh{k. 1997-1999 (Rs. Powers and Conditions of Service) Act.kiu o"kZ ds nkSjku dksydrk esa vpy ifjlEifÙk.e] 1971 ds [kaM 19 ¼2½ ds varxZr dh xbZA Za 2.wjks ¼Hkk ek C. Bhopal branch.ksa dh U.kZy. gS vkSj tks nsunkjh lafnX/k gS mls vyx fn[kk.k.¡ & : 5-15 yk[k : 5-15 yk[k ds ijh{k.k FkkA ftlds ifj.kA 3lkekU. Fkk] ijarq bls ugha fn[kk. but the same were not so shown. 1971 read with Section 22(2) of Bureau of Indian Standards Act.1 Balance Sheet 2.rk. 5.17 lacs In BPLBO.3 Assets 2. ekud C. It took over all activities. INTRODUCTION The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) was established as a statutory body with effect from 1 st April.ys[kksa ij fVIif.ksX.k¡ tSls xq. The audit of the accounts of the Bureau was conducted under Section 19(2) of Comptroller and Auditor General's (Duties.rkvksa dk izko/kku ys[kk esa ugha fn. }kjk fufnZ"V fd. ns.k x.11 lakh) considered good for recovery and those considered doubtful should be shown separately.wjks ds dk. ljdkj ls izkIr vuqnku ls izkIr gksrk gS A C.o"kZ 2006&07 ds fy.. but provision for the liabilities for the year was not provided in the accounts.wjks ds ys[kksa dh ys[kk ijh{kk Hkkjrh.k vkfn dks laHkkyk A C.oa egkys[kk ijh{kd ¼drZO. ekud C.wjks vf/kfu. ekud C. COMMENTS ON ACCOUNTS 2.krk vk'oklu ij mRikn izek. vkSj lkfgckckn ¼m.85 lakh pertaining to the period 1991-1995 (Rs.ku½ & #. 0.kZy.kiu ugha fd.kkeLo:i ml lhek rd O.rk.Zdykiksa ds fy. ds :Ik esa gqbZ A blus iwoZorhZ Hkkjrh.1 Non-provision of Liabilities – Rs. Hkkjrh. 67.e ds lkFk] lkafof/kd fudk. 3.kj ugha fd. 1986. vkSj pkyw ifjlEifÙk. lkeku vkSj oLrqvksa dk HkkSfrd lR.k tkuk pkfg.P). 0. The Bureau has twenty branch offices.wjks ds ys[kksa dh ys[kk ijh{kk fjiksVZ 1ifjp.ku eqgj ls izkIr 'kqYd] ykblsl a 'kqYd] izdk'kuksa dh fcdzh vkSj dsUnzh. no grant was received from the Central Government.kZy. GENERAL 3. x.wjks½ dh LFkkiuk 1 vizSy 1987 dks Hkkjrh. The activities of the Bureau are financed from receipt of fees from Certification Mark. Licence Fees. ls yafcr Fkk] ysfdu o"kZ ds fy.15 lacs Bills of testing fees to the extent of Rs.1 Sundry Debtors (Certification) – Rs.15 lakh were pending at BIS Branch office BPLBO.ksa dk HkkSfrd lR.ku] ijke'kZ lsok.kZy.74 lakh).k] ftlds vHkko esa 94 okf"kZd fjiksVZ 2006&07 .e] 1986 ds vf/kfu.e] 1986 dh /kkjk 22 ¼2½ ds lkFk ifBr fu. testing etc.67-17 yk[k Hkksiky 'kk[kk dk.k 'kqYd dk fcy Hkk ek C.ku 'kqYd dh en esa : 0-85 yk[k dh nsunkjh olwyh . 0.a=.] 'kfDr. 3.3.¡ 2-2-1 xSj izko/kku xr ns.k x. 5.ksa vkSj miHkksX. During 2006-07. consultancy services. in the absence of which 3-1 Hkk ek C. 2.wuksfDr gqbA Z 2-3 ifjlEifÙk. Bhopal for payment in respect of BPLBO.wjks us foÙk ea=ky.2. Sale of publications and grant from Central Government.k x. ekud vf/kfu.2 Physical Verification of Fixed Assets Physical verification of Fixed Assets and consumable goods and materials has not been conducted in ERO Kolkata during the year. vuqlkj ys[kk ds Lohd`r izk:Ik esa okf"kZd ys[kk rS.k x.wjks ds 20 'kk[kk dk.ksx'kkyk gS A C.] pkj {ks=h.k¡ 2-3-1 fofo/k nsunkjh ¼izek. 1986.

dh bl csnkx jkf'k dks vU. 3.d i= Hkstk x. SRIRAM) Principal Director of Audit Economic & Service Ministries LFkku % ubZ fnYyh frfFk % 16 uoEcj 2007 Place : New Delhi Date : 16 November 2007 ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 95 . 1.A 3-4 izc/ku dks mu dfe.k tk. vk.3 Customer Balance (Certification) Rs.kZy.81-23 yk[k blesa 2000&01 ls 2003&04 ls Hkksiky 'kk[kk dk. }kjk ys[kk esa lek.1-61 yk[k dh csnkx jkf'k 'kkfey gSA 3 o"kksaZ ls vf/kd le. correctness of the amount of Assets could not be verified in audit.k tk ldkA 3-3 miHkksDrk 'ks"k ¼izek.Zokgh ds fy.oa lsok ea=ky.ksa dh lq/kkjkRed@mipkjh dk.Jhjke½ iz/kku ys[kk ijh{kk vkfFkZd . 3.4 A Management letter containing other deficiencies which could not be included in this report has been issued to the management separately for corrective/remedial action.k tk ldk gSA gLrk0 ¼ds. esa :. a vyx ls .ku½ :. 81. Bhopal since 2000-01 to 2003-04 the unclaimed amount for over 3 years needs adjustment in the account by treating miscellaneous income.k gS] ftUgsa fjiksVZ esa 'kkfey ugha fd.R.kiu ugha fd.23 lacs This includes unclaimed deposits of Rs.ksa dh ek=k dh ifj'kq)rk dk lR.61 lakh at BPLBO.vkWfMV esa ifjlEifÙk.ksftr fd. Sd/(K.vkj.

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