BIS full form, What is BIS Stand For and Meaning

bis full form

What is the bis full form:- The full form of BIS is the Bureau of Indian Standards. BIS is the national standards body of India which operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Nutrition and Public Distribution, Government of India. BIS was established by the Bureau of Indian Standards Act of 1986, which came into force on 23 December 1986. And the Minister responsible for BIS’s administrative oversight of the department or agency is the ex-officio Chairman of BIS.

BIS full form

Here is the list of all BIS full forms worldwide and others. 

BIS – Bank for International Settlements

BIS – Bureau of Industry and Security

BIS – BlackBerry Internet Service

BIS – Bispectral index

BIS – Barratt Impulsiveness Scale

BIS – Back-Illuminated Sensor

BIS – Business Information Systems

BiS – Best in Slot

BIS – Bachelor of Integrated Studies

BIS – Bloque Institucional Socialdemócrata

BIS – Business, Innovation and Skills

BIS – Bismarck Municipal Airport

BIS – British Interplanetary Society

BIS – Bavarian International School

BIS – Benevolent Irish Society

BIS – British Ice Skating

BIS – Bachelor of Independent Studies

BIS – Bangladesh International School

BIS – Bordeaux International School

BIS – Brisbane Independent School

BIS – British Interlingua Society

BIS- Burlingame Intermediate School

Description of BIS 

Meaning: The full form of BIS is the Bureau of Indian Standards and it is the national standards body of India working under the aegis of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution of India.

BIS came into force on 23 December 1986 and was established by the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986. It is the national standards body of India engaged in the preparation and implementation of standards, certification schemes for products and systems, testing and calibration services, etc.

BIS is headquartered in New Delhi and has 5 main regional offices located at Mumbai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Chennai and Delhi.

Smt. Alka Panda was Director-General of BIS till 2015. The main objectives of BIS are to promote standardization and quality control, harmonize the development of standards related to marking and quality certification, develop a national strategy for recognition of standards and integrate them with the development of production and exports.

BIS covers product certification schemes, standard formulation, foreign manufacturer certification schemes, laboratory accreditation schemes, hallmarking schemes, product plans and consumer-related activities.

BIS ensures reliable and safe quality goods, minimizes health hazards for consumers, and goes a long way in promoting export and import alternatives.

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