30 July, 2020
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Union Ministry for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution has launched the ‘BIS-Care’ app and e-BIS portal.
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Care app enables Consumers to check the authenticity of the ISI-marked and hallmarked products and lodge complaints using this app. It is important to ensure that consumers are aware of the standards and quality products and help in eliminating the supply of sub-standard products.
e-BIS portal - It has three components namely the Standardization, Conformity Assessment and Training Portals for consumers. It is an integrated portal covering all functions of BIS, enlisting the services of outside agencies for factory and market surveillance.
BIS is a statutory body established under the BIS Act 1986, it replaced the Indian Standards Institution (ISI).
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