STANDARDIZATION ACTIVITIES IN
ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS AND
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
MANAK BHAWAN, 9 BAHADURSHAH ZAFAR
MARG
NEW DELHI 110002
ELECTROTECHNICAL DIVISION COUNCIL (ETDC) &
ELECTRONICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
DIVISION COUNCIL (LITD)
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ETDC & LITDC are the apex bodies at the
national level on all matters concerning
standardization in their respective field .
2817 standards in diverse areas serving
manufacturers, power utilities, consumers, and
the government .
ETDC
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The scope of ETDC provides for
Standardization in the field of electrical power
generation, transmission, distribution and
utilization equipment, insulating materials ,
winding wires , measuring and process control
instruments and primary and secondary
batteries
LITDC
Standardization in the field of Electronics &
Information Technology
Sectional Committees
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Electrotechnology
Electronics and IT
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COMPOSITION OF BIS COMMITTEES
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Manufacturers
Laboratories/R&D institutions
Govt./Regulatory Bodies
Consumer/User Organisations
Industry Associations
Public Sector Units
Consulting firms
Professional Bodies
Academic Institution
HISTORY OF STANDARDIZATION
ACTIVITIES
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The Electrotechnical Division Council (ETDC)
was constituted in 1957.
The first standard in the field of
electrotechnology was Safety of Electrical
Appliances, IS 302-1 published in 1951.
Electronics and Information Technology
Division Council was formed later in 1977
HISTORY OF STANDARDIZATION
ACTIVITIES (cotd.)
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Initially, assistance was drawn from British
Standards while drafting Indian Standards.
Subsequently, assistance was also derived
from DIN and VDE standards, especially in
the area of switchgears and motors.
Assistance was also derived from ANSI, UL
and JIS standards.
HISTORY OF STANDARDIZATION
ACTIVITIES (cotd.)
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From the early 1980s, ISO/IEC standards
started to have greater international
recognition
Also, our being a signatory to GATT led to an
obligation to adopt ISO/IEC standards.
Being full member of both ISO and IEC
facilitated adoption of these standards by BIS
Several Indian standards are now based on
ISO/IEC standards.
BIS and International
Electrotechnical Commission
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Member body of International Electrotechnical
Commission (IEC)
Interaction with IEC for the development of
International standards in the field of
electrotechnology .
Participating member on 42 Technical
Committees and 35 sub committees of IEC
related to electrotechnology, electronics and
IT.
International Standards
Organization (ISO)
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Observer member on:
ISO/TC 117 on Industrial Fans
ISO/TC 43 on measurement of noise level of
rotating electrical machinary
ISO/TC 44 on electric welding equipment
ISO/TC 178 for lifts
ISO/IEC JTC 1 – Information
Technology
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JTC 1 Sub-Committees
JTC1/SC 2
JTC1/SC 6
JTC1/SC 7
JTC1/SC 17
JTC1/SC 22
Coded character sets
Telecommunications and information exchange
Software and system engineering
Cards and personal identification
Programming languages, their environments
and system software interfaces
JTC1/SC 23 Digital storage media for information
interchange
JTC1/SC 24 Computer graphics, image processing and
environmental data representation
JTC1/SC 25 Interconnection of information technology
equipment
ISO/IEC JTC 1 – Information
Technology
JTC1/SC 27 IT Security techniques
JTC1/SC 28 Office equipment
JTC1/SC 29 Coding of audio, picture, multimedia and
hypermedia information
JTC1/SC 31 Automatic identification and data capture
techniques
JTC1/SC 32 Data management and interchange
JTC1/SC 34 Document description and processing
languages
JTC1/SC 35 User interfaces
JTC1/SC 36 Information technology for learning,
education and training
JTC1/SC 37 Biometrics
HARMONIZATION OF STANDARDS
Harmonization
of
Indian
Standards
electrotechnology:
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No. of Indian Standards
2817
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Harmonized with ISO/IEC standard
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Identical
Technically equivalent
667
1010
IT standards brought out by JTC 1 – 1500
Corresponding IS published – 250(approx)
in
ASPECTWISE BREAKUP OF INDIAN
STANDARDS FORMULATED BY ETDC
Aspect
No. of Standards
Percentage
Product
1246
44.24
Method of test
483
17.15
Codes of practices
276
9.79
Terminology
145
5.15
Dimensions
165
5.85
Symbols
31
1.10
Others
471
16.72
Total
2817
100.00
Products under certification
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151 Standards are under BIS certification
Product wise breakup as follows :
Cables & Conductors
Capacitors
Dry Batteries
Electrical Appliances
Contd…2
Products under certification
Electrical Fans and Regulators
Electric Motors
Insulating Materials
Lamps and their Accessories
Luminaires
Relays
Storage Batteries
Contd…3
Products under certification
Switchgears and Controlgears
Transformers
Winding Wires
Wiring Accessories
Energy Meters
Flame Proof Enclosures
MANDATORY CERTIFICATION
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Number of Products:
16 Under BIS Act
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Multipurpose dry batteries with effect from April
1987
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Self ballasted lamps with effect from February 2007
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Remaining items with effect from February 2003
Products under BIS Mandatory
Certification
Safety of Electric Iron
Safety of Electric radiators
Safety of Electric immersion water heater
Safety of Electric stove
Products under BIS Mandatory
Certification
Switches for domestic and similar purposes
Tungsten filament general service
electric lamps
PVC insulated cables
Circuit Breakers for over current protection
Products under BIS Mandatory Certification
Elastomer insulated cables
Residual current operated circuit breakers
ac Watt-hour meters
ac static watt-hour meters
Products under BIS Mandatory Certification
AC static transformer operated watt-hour meters
Multipurpose dry batteries
Compact fluorescent lamps
Standards under development
Wind Energy
 Standardization in UHV System
 RoHS
 LED
 Safety of Lithium batteries
 UPS
 Metal Halide lamps
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Standards under development
Smart cards/Identification cards
• IT Service management
. Information Security
• Interconnection of IT equipments
• Data management & interchange
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WTO/TBT Notification
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2006-2007
2007-2008
2008-till date
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WTO/TBT Notification
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China
Israel
Trinidad and Tobago
USA
Thailand
Morocco
Japan
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WTO/TBT Notification
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Cables & Conductors
Electrical Appliances
Lamps,Luminaires,Controlgears
Rotating Machines
Wiring Accessories
Low Voltage Switchgears
WTO/TBT NOTIFICATION
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Poor response from industry
Text of notifications not in English language
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