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BIS Registration Service
The BIS Registration Service, empowered through an Act of the Indian Parliament, known as the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986, operates a product certification scheme by which it grants licenses to manufacturers covering practically every industrial discipline from Agriculture to Textiles to Electronics. The certification allows the licensees to use the popular ISI Mark, which has become synonymous with Quality products for the Indian and neighboring markets over the last more than 55 years. The Bureau's predecessor, the Indian Standards Institution began operating the product certification Scheme in 1955.
The BIS Product Certification Scheme operates in an impartial, non-discriminatory and transparent manner. The documents stating the powers, functions and responsibilities of BIS are published by the Government of India as the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986, BIS Rules, 1987 and BIS (Certification) Regulations, 1988. The specific procedure for operating a licence is given in another document called the Scheme of Testing and Inspection (STI), described later. Procedures provide for maintaining a very high degree of confidentiality and integrity among its personnel who perform certification related tasks. A body called the Certification Advisory Committee, composed of persons from varied sectors like manufacturers, consumers, Government agencies, industries associations, reviews the performance of the scheme and advises on key policy issues.
The erstwhile Indian Standards Institution (ISI) was established in year 1947 (now Bureau of Indian Standards) with the objective of harmonious development of standardization activity in India. Under the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986, Bureau establishes Indian Standards in relation to any article or process and amends, revises or cancels the standards so established as may be necessary, by a process of consultation involving consumers, manufacturers, Government and regulatory bodies, technologists, scientists and testing laboratories through duly constituted committees.
There are 14 Division Councils and over 650 Technical Committees that have so far developed over 19000 Indian Standards. Over 350 new and revised standards are being formulated each year by BIS.
NSIC Registration Service
NSIC Registration Service: NSIC registers SSI units under Single Point Registration scheme for participation in Government Purchases.
All Micro & Small Enterprises which are registered with the Director of Industries (DI) / District Industries Centre (DIC) as manufacturing / service enterprises or having Acknowledgement of Entrepreneurs Memorandum (EM Part-II) are eligible for registration with NSIC under its Single Point Registration Scheme (SPRS).
Micro & Small Enterprises who have already commenced their commercial production but not completed one year of existence. The Provisional Registration Certificate can be issued to such Micro & Small Enterprises under Single Point Registration scheme with monitory limit of Rs. 5.00 Lacs which shall be valid for the period of one year only from the date of issue after levying the registration fee and obtaining the requisite documents.
Benefits of NSIC Registration Service:-
MSME Registration Sevice
Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) MSME Registration Sevice has been recognized as an engine of growth all over the world. The sector is characterized by low investment requirement, operational flexibility, location wise mobility, and import substitution.
In India, the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 is the first single comprehensive legislation covering all the three segments.
In accordance with the Act, these enterprises are classified in two:-
Over the years, the small scale sector in India has progressed from the production of simple consumer goods to the manufacture of many sophisticated and precision products like electronics control systems, micro wave components, electro medical equipments, etc.
Service Enterprises: The enterprises engaged in providing or rendering of services and are defined in terms of investment in equipment.
Micro and Small Enterprises:
Additional benefits of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises:
FPO Registration Service
Consumers can avail our FPO Registration Service in quick and easy way. Meeting to national norms and guidelines these services are highly trustworthy and bring products of the consumers under the approval of high quality.
Spice Board Registration Service
Spices Board was constituted on 26th February 1987 under the Spices Board Act 1986 (No. 10 of 1986) with the merger of the erstwhile Cardamom Board (1968) and Spices Export Promotion Council (1960). Spices Board is one of the five Commodity Boards functioning under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry. It is an autonomous body responsible for the export promotion of the scheduled spices and production development of some of them such as Cardamom.
Spice Board is the flagship organization for the development and worldwide promotion of Indian spices. The Board has an annual average growth rate of 20% in value and 10% in volume.
Role in International Market:
India commands a formidable position in the World Spice Trade. Its strength in world spice trade scenario comprises of 48% in terms of volume and 43% in terms of value. As a result of the Spices Board’s focused initiatives for export promotion of Spices, in 2012-13, India exported 726,613 tons of spices and spice products valued at 12112 Cr as against an export of 470,520 tons valued at 5300 Cr in 2008-09.
The major importers of Indian spices are North, Central and South American countries. Spice Board serves as a link between exporters in the country and importers abroad. India has been able to achieve a conspicuous growth in spice export mainly due to the rigorous focus and plans undertaken by the Board for value addition and higher end processing of Spices.
The initiatives from spices board, like setting up of spice parks at major spice production centers for facilitating value addition and traceability, establishment of Quality Evaluation Labs at major ports for quality assessment of spices exported have enabled in positioning India as the International processing hub and premier supplier of clean and value added spices and herbs.
Role in Domestic Market:
India continues to be the largest consumer market for spices. Presence of a strong domestic market is a big advantage for Indian growers. It acts as a cushion of international price fluctuations at times. India has an estimated spice production of 6 million tons per year, and out of this approximately 89% is consumed domestically and only 11% is exported.
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Barcode Registration Service
GS1, a not-for-profit, industry-led global standards body headquartered at Brussels, Belgium, with a global network of over 110 member organizations around the world, has been dedicated to the design and implementation of global standards and solutions to improve the efficiency and visibility of supply and demand chains for more than 40 years. Approximately two million companies across 20 industries such as Retail & Consumer Packaged Goods, Food, Healthcare, Transport & Logistics (including Customs), and Government etc. worldwide are using the GS1 System of standards.
GS1 India was set up by Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India along with leading Chambers of Commerce and Industry, BIS etc. in 1996 as a not-for-profit, independent standards body. Its founder members include:
As an affiliate of GS1 Global, GS1 India administers and allocates GS1 product identifiers used in barcoding for unique and universal identification of supply chain objects, i.e. - products, logistic items, trading partners, locations, documents, assets etc. and other GS1 Standards.
GS1 standards include GS1 Identifiers, GS1 Barcodes, GS1 E-com (for electronic business messaging), GS1 GDSN (for data synchronization) and GS1 EPC-global standards (for RFID technology).These standards provide a global language of business that helps organizations identify, capture and share information throughout the global value chain in a uniform, structured, seamless and consistent manner.
These widely implemented standards enable unique and universal identification of products, assets, services, entities / locations, data capture and seamless sharing of supply chain information between trading partners including manufacturers / suppliers, retailers, logistics providers and also consumers enabling safety, security and sustainability in global supply chains etc.
In particular in healthcare for enhancing patient safety through detection of spurious drug and fake medical devices, in the event of food crises to limit unsafe food supply through effective recall, in e-Governance for bringing transparency in procurement etc.
In addition to the above and in consideration of the growing importance consumer empowerment by sharing trusted product information in multichannel retail environment, GS1 has launched GS1 Source -Standards-based, scalable and interoperable framework for sharing product information in consumer-facing digital channels.
Benefits of Barcode Implementation:
Barcode technology has become so widespread that many consumers take it for granted, but the technology continues to offer numerous benefits in a wide array of businesses. With only some basic printing equipment and a readily available barcode scanner, businesses can use barcode technology to improve accuracy, speed and efficiency without significant expense.
FIEO Registration Service
Benefits of FIEO’s member:
APEDA Registration Service
The APEDA Registration Service was established by the Government of India under the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority Act passed by the Parliament in December, 1985. The Act (2 of 1986) came into effect from 13th February, 1986 by a notification issued in the Gazette of India: Extraordinary: Part-II [Sec. 3(ii): 13.2.1986). The Authority replaced the Processed Food Export Promotion Council (PFEPC).
APEDA is mandated with the responsibility of export promotion and development of the following scheduled products:
In addition to this, APEDA has been entrusted with the responsibility to monitor import of sugar.
Benefits of APEDA:
APEDA provides financial assistance for Indian food exporters under different schemes
Agri Exchange portal:Agri Exchange is the name given to the Trade portal. An attempt, first of its kind has been endeavored by APEDA, Govt. of India, where online trading is the specialty. In its stride, joint collaboration of UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) and Ministry of Agriculture has given the portal a shape. Globally buyers and sellers in the agri business world has been given a platform to offer negotiate and transact a deal all over the world. Apart from this, it has been loaded with latest statistics pertaining to India and the world.
IEC Registration Service
IEC Registration Service is governed by the foreign trade (Development & Regulation) Act of 1992 and India’s export import (Exim) policy. Imports and exports of all goods are free, except for the items regulated by the Exim policy or any other law currently in force. Registration with regional licensing authority is a prerequisite for the import and exports of goods. The customs will not allow for clearance of goods unless the importer has obtained an Import Export code (IEC) from the regional authority.
The Indian trade classification (ITC)-Harmonized System (HS) classifies goods into 3 categories:-
Goods not specified in the above mentioned categories can be freely imported without any restriction, if the importer has a valid IEC. There is no need to obtain any import license or permission to import such goods.
Restricted goods can be imported only after obtaining an import license from the relevant regional licensing authority. The goods covered by the license shall be disposed of in the manner specified by the license authority, which should be clearly indicated in the license itself. The list of restricted goods is provided in ITC (HS). An import license is valid for 24 months & 18 months for all other goods.
Canalized goods are items which may only be imported using specific procedures or method of transport. The list of canalized goods can be found in the ITC (HS). Goods in this category can only be imported by canalizing agencies. The main canalized items are currently petroleum products, bulk agricultural products, such as grains, vegetable oils and some pharmaceutical products.
This are the Goods listed in ITC (HS) which are strictly prohibited on all import channels in India. These include wild animals, tallow fat and oils of animal origin, animal rennet and unprocessed ivory.
Trademark Registration Service
The Trademark Registration Service in India are in compliance with the Indian Trademarks Rules which was passed in the year 2002, and the Indian Trademarks Act which was passed in the year 1999. These rules and act were designed to register services and or goods under the Trademark. There have been a few amendments ever since the act was formulated and passed. Companies can operate under the Trademark Act anywhere in India.
What is Trademark?
As the name suggests, a Trademark becomes the identity of a company, which distinguishes it from others. There may be many symbolisms related to this act, and they could be anything like graphical representation, a tagline, a registration number, a company logo, or even a few letters. A Trademark could also be a combination of any of those nomenclatures or symbolisms.
How do the companies get benefited with the registration of their trademark in India?
A trademark is associated with goods and services that consumers buy. When they see a product with a unique trademark, they can identify it easily and know about whom they are buying from. The same goes for services as well. The person or entity that has a registered trademark represents a certain goodwill and quality and nature of the product. A trademark helps the producers or providers in differentiating their products from others. It also makes their goods more identifiable and marketable.
A trademark on goods and services is generally indicated with the symbol TM or ®. The owner of the trademark has the sole right to use it on products and services offered by him. Other traders cannot legally use the same trademark to sell their own products. If others are found doing so, they can be legally stopped form using it by lodging a case of trademark infringement. The trademark is a clear indication about who produces the goods or services, and therefore its use cannot be diluted. The trademark owner can sue the infringing party and recover profits, losses and costs that are a direct result of the infringement. A trademark registered in India can also be registered in other countries by using the registration documents from India.
What kind of marks can be registered as trademarks in India?
Not all marks can be registered as trademarks in India. You can register a trademark only if the submitted mark meets certain strict requirements. Knowing about the requirements should help make the process of creating and registering of trademarks easier.
The law in India states the following requirements for trademark registration:
Copyright Registration Service
Copyright Registration Service provides the creators of original works of authorship with a set of exclusive rights to copy, distribute and perform their works for a limited period of time. Protected works include (but are not limited to) books, plays, music, movies, photographs, paintings, sculptures, digital files, and web pages these all are valuable creations worth protecting.
Although copyright in a work exists automatically when an original work is created, a certificate of copyright registration is evidence that your creation is protected by copyright and that you, the person registered, are the owner. It can be used in court as evidence of ownership.
Below are some of the works that can be protected under Copyright Act:-
Below are the some of the benefits of registering your copyrights works: