Enhancing the Role of Standards Developing Organisations in India

  • 13 August-13 September, 2019
  • New Delhi
To ensure a coordinated and harmonised formulation of standards, Standards Developing Organisations (SDOs) shall play a stronger role in India’s standardisation system in the future. Both the Indian National Strategy for Standardization (INSS) of the Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry and the Standards National Action Plan (SNAP), which was published by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in March 2019, regard this as an important step in the advancement of the Indian quality infrastructure system. Therefore, BIS is introducing a scheme for accreditation and recognition of SDOs and has initiated regular meetings with SDOs in India.

                                                                      


                                                                       Presentation on Role of SDOs in German standardisation system by GPQI India

In this context, BIS organised a consultative meeting with more than 60 participants from Indian SDOs and national regulators on 9th August in New Delhi. Participants discussed mechanisms of stronger collaboration between BIS and the more than 48 existing Indian SDOs with the goal of achieving the vision “one country - one standard”.

Within the framework of the meeting, BIS invited the country component India of the Global Project Quality Infrastructure (GPQI) to hold a presentation on the role of SDOs in the German standardisation system. In the presentation, the mechanism of collaboration between the German standardisation bodies DIN and DKE, and external experts such as industry associations like VDMA and VDA was outlined. The presentation highlighted the proactive and highly coordinated industry involvement in the German system. Read more

 

© 2019 Private Sector Development. All Rights Reserved | Designed by