ICAT is an acronym for International Centre for Automation Technology. Its role is to provide certification to different types of vehicles after testing their effectiveness and it is currently headquartered at Manesar in Gurgaon. ICAT is one of India’s premier Homologation and Testing centres and is developed under NATRiP (National Automatic Testing & R&D infrastructure Project) under the Government of India. In order to avail of ICAT certification in India, it is important to satisfy all the ICAT conditions.
The government of India launched a star marking scheme to raise the importance of energy efficiency in electrical appliances and aware consumers about such appliances. It has notified approximately 29 products that are required to obtain BEE star labelling.
The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MOEFCC or MOEF) is the principal administrative authority under the Central Government for planning, regulating and overseeing India’s environmental and forestry programmes and policies.
India-Korea CEPA became operational in January 2010. Further, as per the Mint, India and Korea concluded to upgrade the bilateral CEPA after the meeting of the trade and commerce ministers of both countries in New Delhi. Let us see the features and benefits of CEPA between India and Korea and how it impacted the trade between both these countries.
Four LPG dealers were fined Rs. 18000 on the spot while cases were booked against 6 other LPG dealers who were found involved in short delivery of LPG cylinders. The Legal Metrology Department (LMD) field executives, J&K have recorded cases
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is the national body responsible for the promotion and development of marking, standardization, and quality certification of goods
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is the responsibility towards the environment placed on the shoulders of producers, manufacturers as well as importers under the Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016.