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7-Oct -2023

1. Bureau of Indian Standards conducts 1176 exposure visits for students across India.

Topic: GS3 – National organisations


  • The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in India has organized 1176 exposure visits for students across the country.
  • These exposure visits are part of the “Learning Science via Standards” initiative and aim to contribute to India’s mission of building a quality-conscious nation.

About Bureau of Indian Standards:

  • The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is the national standards body of India.
  • It is a statutory body under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Government of India.
  • BIS is responsible for the formulation and implementation of national standards for products, processes and services.
  • It also provides certification services to ensure that products and services meet the relevant standards.
  • BIS has over 20,000 standards in various fields, including engineering, chemicals, food, textiles, electronics and information technology.
  • BIS also operates a number of schemes, such as the ISI mark scheme, to promote the use of quality products and services.
  • BIS plays a vital role in the development of Indian industry and economy.



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