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BIS Notification Regarding Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards

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Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards

The BIS, under the Department of Consumer Affairs, issued a notification in an Official Gazette on 11th October 2022. The Notification was published with regard to the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards in India. The BIS notified about certain Indian standards established by BIS on certain dates and also informed about the deadline for withdrawing those products from the Indian Standards. The Indian Standards will remain in force until they are withdrawn on the Date notified for them. BIS issued another notification on 23rd June 2022 with regard to the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards for certain Indian standards. In this blog, we will discuss BIS notification regarding the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards.

Overview of Bureau of Indian Standards

The BIS, or the Bureau of Indian Standards, is the National Standards Body of India. It is responsible for developing and publishing the Indian Standards and implementing Conformity assessment schemes. It also recognizes and runs conformity Assessment scheme and Implement hallmarking schemes. BIS also takes responsibility for consumer empowerment, conducting capacity-building programs on quality assurance. BIS acts as an Indian representative in ISO and IEC.

The ISI Mark on any product is granted to a product after checking the manufacturing and testing capabilities of the manufacturers and after testing various other requirements of the products. The formulation of Indian Standards is one of the primary activities performed by BIS. BIS has formulated around 20,000 standards, with around 1,000 technical committees and about 15,000 experts. The Indian Standards are subject to periodic review, which may even lead to their reaffirmation, amendment, revision or withdrawal as and when required. The BIS also provides the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards for certain products as a part of its functions.

BIS product classification in Notification dated 11th October 2022 – Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards

The Bureau of Indian standards had classified certain products as per the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards in a recent notification dated 11th October 2022. Following is the list of Indian standards notified by BIS-

Sr. No. No., Year and the Title of the Indian Standards Established Date ofEstablishment No., Year and the Title of the Indian Standards to be withdrawn, if any Date of withdrawal
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
1 IS 12149:2022 Textile Dyestuffs – Methods for Determination of Strength Disperse Dyes for Polyester by Exhaust Dyeing ( First Revision) 3rd October 2022 IS 12149:1987 Methods for Determination of Strength Disperse Dyes for Polyester by Exhaust Dyeing 3rd November 2022
2 IS 12207:2022 Agricultural Tractors – Recommendations on Selected Performance Characteristics (Fifth Revision) 3rd October 2022  IS 12207:2019 Agricultural Tractors –Recommendations on Selected Performance Characteristics(Fourth Revision ) 3rd November 2022
3 IS 14334:2022 Textile Determination of Dusting Behaviour of Dyes (First Revision ) 3rd October 2022 IS 14334:1996 Textile Dyestuffs -Determination of Dusting Behaviour of Dyes 3rd November 2022          
1 IS 15424 (Part 5) : 2022/ ISO 9182- 5 : 2020 Tools for Pressing – Guide Pillars Part 5 Type D, End-Locking Pillars with Flange (Second Revision ) 28th September 2022 IS 15424 (Part 5) : 2018/ ISO 9182- 5: 2013 Tools for Pressing – Guide Pillars Part 5 Type D, End-Locking Pillars with Flange (First Revision ) 28th October 2022
2 IS 16796: 2022 /ISO 10243: 2019 Tools for Pressing – Compression Springs with Rectangular Section – Housing Dimensions and Colour Coding ( First Revision ) 28th September 2022 IS 16796: 2018 /ISO 10243 : 2010 Tools for Pressing – Compression Springs with Rectangular Section – Housing Dimensions and Colour Coding 28th October 2022
3 IS 17837: 2022 Junction of Earth / Earth Core Rockfill Dam with Spillway, Non-Overflow (NOF) Dam, Foundation and Outlets – Guidelines 28th September 2022 NA NA
4 IS 17906: 2022 Textiles – Cotton Khadi Pillow Covers, Bleached or Dyed – Specification 28th September 2022 NA NA
5 IS 17931: 2022 Form Fill Seal Bags Made from Polyethylene for Packaging of Polymer Materials -Specification 28th September 2022 NA NA
1 IS 4774 (Part 3) : 2022/ISO 3548-3 : 2012 Plain Bearing ─ Thin-Walled Half Bearing with or without Flange Part 3 Measurement of Peripheral Length 3rd October 2022 IS 4773 (Part 3) : 2021/ISO 3548-3 : 2012  Plain Bearing ─ Thin-Walled Half Bearing with or without Flange Part 3 Measurement of Peripheral Length   3rd November 2022
2 IS 14803 (Part 1) : 2022/ISO 12129-1 : 2019 Plain Bearings ─ Tolerances Part 1 Fits (First Revision) 3rd October 2022 IS 14803 (Part 1) : 2000/ISO 12129-1 : 1995 Plain Bearings Part 1 Fits 3rd November 2022
3 IS 15625: 2022/ISO 12128: 2020 Plain Bearings ─ Lubrication Holes, Grooves and Pockets ─ Dimensions, Types, Designation and Their Application to Bearing Bushes (First Revision) 3rd October 2022 IS 15625: 2005/ISO 12128: 2001 Plain Bearings ─ Lubrication Holes, Grooves and Pockets ─ Dimensions, Types, Designation and Their Application to Bearing Bushes 3rd November 2022
4 S 17885 (Part 2) : 2022/ISO 23247-2 : 2021 Automation Systems & Integration: Digital Twin Framework for Manufacturing Part – 2 Reference Architecture 3rd October 2022 NA NA
5 IS 17885 (Part 3) : 2022/ISO 23247-3 : 2021 Automation Systems & Integration: Digital Twin Framework for Manufacturing Part – 3 Digital Representation of Manufacturing Elements 3rd October 2022 NA NA
6 IS 17885 (Part 4) : 2022/ISO 23247-4 : 2021 Automation Systems & Integration: Digital Twin Framework for Manufacturing Part – 4 Information Exchange 3rd October 2022 NA NA

BIS product classification in Notification dated 23rd June 2022 – Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards

Similar to the recent Notification issued on 11th October 2022, the BIS had issued an earlier notification, dated 23rd June 2022[1], notifying about the similar information of the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards for certain Indian standards. The withdrawal date of the Indian Standards for this Notification is not yet over for the products. The details issued by the Notification regarding the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards are listed in the table as listed below-

Sr. No. No., Year and the Title of the Indian Standards Established Date of Establishment No. , Year and the Title of the Indian Standards to be withdrawn, if any Date of withdrawal
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
1 IS 8008: 2022 Injection Moulded or Machined Polyethylene Fittings for Water Supply ─ Specification (Second Revision) 3rd June 2022 IS 8008 (Part 1): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies — Specification, Part 1 General fittings Requirements (1st Revision)   IS 8008 (Part 2): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification, Part 2 Specific Requirements for 90° bend (1st Revision)    IS 8008 (Part 3): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification Part 3 Specific requirements for 90° tees (1st Revision)    IS 8008 (Part 4): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification Part 4 Specific requirements for reducers (First Revision)   IS 8008 (Part 5): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification Part 5 Specific Requirements for Ferrule Reducers (1st Revision)     IS 8008 (Part 6): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification Part 6 Specific Requirements for Pipe Ends (1st Revision)   IS 8008 (Part 7): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification Part 7 Specific Requirements for Sandwich Flanges (1st Revision)   IS 8008 (Part 8): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification Part 8 Specific Requirements for Reducing tees (1st Revision)   IS 8008 (Part 9): 2003 Injection Moulded or Machined High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies: Specification Part 9 Specific Requirements for ends Caps (1st Revision)   2nd March 2023
2 IS 8360: 2022 Fabricated Polyethylene Fittings for Water Supply: Specification (1st Revision) 3rd June 2022 IS 8360 (Part-1): 1977 Specification for Fabricated High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies   Part 1 General Requirements IS 8360 (Part 2): 1977 – Specification for Fabricated High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for the Potable Water supplies Part – 2 Specific requirements for 90° tees   IS 8360 (Part – 3): 1977 – Specification for the Fabricated High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fittings for Potable Water Supplies Part – 3 Specific Requirements for 90° Bends     2nd March 2023
3 IS 14268: 2022 – Uncoated Stress Relieved Low Relaxation Seven-Wire (Ply) Strand for Pre-stressed Concrete ─ Specification 3rd June 2022 IS 14268: 2017 – Uncoated Stress Relieved Low Relaxation Seven-wire (Ply) Strand for Pre-stressed Concrete ─ Specification (First Revision)    2nd March 2023
4 IS 14885: 2022 Polyethene Pipes for the Supply of Gaseous Fuels ─ Specification (First Revision) 3rd June 2022 IS 14885: 2001 – Polyethylene Pipes for the Supply of Gaseous Fuels ─ Specification 2nd June 2023

Conclusion

The BIS aims to provide traceability and tangibility benefits to the national economy in various ways. Apart from reaffirming, amending, revision or withdrawing Indian Standards, The BIS has also issued the Date of Establishment and Withdrawal of Certain Indian Standards for certain products. BIS assures safe and reliable quality goods, minimizing health hazards to the consumers, and promotes exports and imports substitutes to the Indian markets. It ensures control over the proliferation of varieties through standardization, certificates and tests. 

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