Scheme II is referred to as the compulsory registration scheme. Under this scheme, the traders, importers, manufacturers of the product have to acquire BIS registration via self declaration. Meaning that it’s a part of compulsory registration scheme where the applicant declares that their product conforms to BIS standards.
Most Electronics and IT goods fall under this scheme, including:
And 40 other similar products fall under this scheme.
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As per the provisions of the Compulsory Registration Scheme, it’s important for the battery manufacturers to obtain BIS certification for batteries before they can be sold on the Indian soil.
Obtaining BIS certification for amplifiers is mandatory for manufacturers of amplifiers in India. Without it, they are not allowed to either manufacture or sell these products in the country.