Explain the Agmark, hallmark, ISI, BIS.etc....? Need an immediate answer pls.....
According to the textbook for Economics, here are some of the important certification marks employed by the Goverment of India to ensure quality of products sold:
AGMARK: AGMARK is the quality certification mark employed on agricultural products in India. assuring that they conform to the set of standards approved by the Directorate of Marketing and Inspection, an agency of the Govt. of India. This mark can be found on products like ghee, edible oils, pulses, etc.
BIS HALLMARK: It is a hallmarking (distinguishing precious metals from its variants) system employed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in India. It certifies that the piece of jewellery conforms to the set of standards laid dowb by BIS. This can be found on gold and silver only.
ISI: ISI mark is mandatory for all industrial products and electronic appliances in India. It certifies that a product conforms to the standards laid down by BIS. This certification can be found on LPG Cylinders, TVs, Microwave ovens, etc.