How Indian Standards are made?

 

 

LIST OF WIDE CIRCULATION DRAFTS FOR COMMENTS.

BIS is engaged in formulation of Indian Standards for the following sectors:

 

Each of these sectors has a Division Council to oversee and supervise its work.

BIS publishes detailed Work Programme for each of the 14 Division Councils once in a year on 1 April. The Work Programme, besides giving scope of Division Council and Sectional Committees, contains committee wise position of standards published and draft standards (like preliminary, wide circulation and finalized draft standards) at different stages of preparation. The copies of Work Programme (and also of wide circulation drafts for comments during the wide circulation period) can be obtained from the Head of the concerned Technical Divisions, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.

PROFORMA FOR PROPOSING NEW SUBJECTS FOR NATIONAL STANDARDIZATION

For further details please contact : Chief(Standardization)