Government To Bring 675 Products Under Quality Control Norms

Published: May 5, 2023

Without meeting the quality standards set by the Bureau of Indian Standards and displaying the BIS mark, products covered by the Quality Control Orders (QCOs) cannot be manufactured, exchanged, or imported.

58 draught QCOs for 316 goods have been submitted so far this year, according to Goyal, who also oversees the ministry of consumer affairs.

14 ministries are looking at a total of 675 goods to ensure that this quality-oriented culture permeates every aspect of modern work. It will aid in cost-cutting, competitiveness improvement, export growth, job creation, and brand-building for India,” he continued.

He added that 101 similar orders totaling 387 goods were placed between 2015 and 2022. In 1947 and 1948, there were just 14 QCOs for 106 items. In 2014, several developed nations recognised India as a reliable partner during the Covid era. As a result, these nations are now working with India to build robust global supply chains.

He continued, “A living illustration of it is the expanding footprint of (iPhone maker) Apple in India, which is being closely compared with many other firms around the world as an example of India’s growth story.


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