What is CRS (Compulsory Registration Scheme)?
BIS operates the <a href="https://www.jrcompliance.com/crs-certification">Compulsory Registration Scheme</a>
under the Scheme-II of Schedule-II of BIS (Conformity Assessment) Regulations, 2018. Further, under this, a number of guidelines have also been formed.
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is the body that evinces the quality of the product either of a brand or manufacturer. Further, it verifies that the product is secure and reliable for customers depending on the standards laid by BIS.
Under <a href="https://www.jrcompliance.com/crs-certification">CRS</a>
, the electronic products either domestically produced or imported have to clear the testing to obtain the certificate.
To be noted, the conformity of the product will be procured after testing and examination.
On 3rd October 2012, Electronics and Information Technology Goods (Requirement for Compulsory Registration) Order, 2012 was passed by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity) for different categories of 15 electronic products.
Under the same order on 13th November 2014, 15 more products were added, for instance, power adapters for IT products, mobile phones, point of sale terminals, a copying machine or duplicators, etc.
The list of products under <a href="https://www.jrcompliance.com/crs-certification">BIS CRS </a>
is not limited to these products only, to ensure safer products, 13 more products were included on 23rd August 2017, some of these products are, LED floodlights, CCTV cameras or recorders, smartwatches, recessed LED luminaires, so on and forth.
Now, the addition to the list of products is consistently increasing to ensure the credibility and safety of the customer.
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