About Us 

ALEX WIRELESS COMPLIANCE is at the forefront of the dynamic evolutions, revolutions, challenges, and opportunities created by emerging technologies. We use IT to innovate, improve productivity and profit margins, and elevate the customer experience— assisting our clients capture an immediate impact while embedding capabilities to ensure a longer-term competitive advantage.

With our thorough knowledge of compliance standards and our first hand experience in industrial and commercial environments, our aim is to provide you with the best collection of compliance information and to be your first point of call during any type approval and compliance work.

ALEX WIRELESS COMPLIANCE into the Field of IT & Electronics , provides the most cost-effective and comprehensive Solutions to the Compliance Companies Spread Globally, who provide the BIS Registration Services to Foreign Manufacturing Units Certifications, Regulatory Compliance Research and Update Services, Local Representation and Translation.

ALEX WIRELESS COMPLIANCE provide the Type Approval , Testing & Licensing Services to the Wireless Product Manufacturing Companies Globally from WPC (Wireless Planning & Commanding) Wing & TEC (Telecommunication Engineering Centre) prior to the launch of their Wireless Products/Equipment in India.

Our Team's technical and regulatory knowledge along with deep business experience, help our clients to strategically manage the regulatory compliance and gain competitive edge over others.

Compulsory Registration (BIS)
Purpose of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)

The Indian Standards Institution gave the nation the standards it needed for nationalization, orderly industrial and commercial growth, quality production and competitive efficiency. However, in 1986 the government recognized the need for strengthening this National Standards Body due to fast changing socio-economic scenario and according it a statutory status. Thus came the Bureau of Indian Standards Act 1986 and on 1 April 1987, newly formed BIS took over staff assets, liabilities and functions of erstwhile ISI. Through this change over, the Government envisaged building of the climate of quality culture and consciousness and greater participation of consumers in formulation and implementation of National Standards.

Product Certification
The BIS product Certification Scheme is one of the largest in the world, with over 26500 licensees covering more than 900 products. It is in existence for more than 58 years. It allows the licensees to use the popular ISI mark on their product, which is synonymous with quality products. 90 products are under mandatory certification. BIS also operates Foreign Manufacturers Certification Scheme under which overseas manufacturers can be granted licence to use the BIS Standard Mark. At present, over 350 licenses have been granted for over 50 Indian Standards in 40 different countries.

Hence comes The Electronics and Information Technology Goods (Requirement for Compulsory Registration) Order, 2012
As a part of National Policy on Electronics (NPE), the activity of developing and mandating standards has been adopted by the Government of India with a view to

  • Provide Indian consumers with the right to enjoy world class goods.
  • Upgrade the quality of domestic products for bringing Global competitiveness.
  • Develop strategy to stop dumping of non-compliant goods.
  • For projecting a positive image internationally as a country with quality production of the Electronics & IT goods.
Stay up to date with the latest news & Updates as & when keep coming from Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DEITY) & Wireless Planning & Coordination Wing (WPC) on our website and find out about all of the Present Notifications.

Foreign Manufacturer BIS Certification Scheme
  • Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has been operating a product certification scheme for foreign manufacturers (FMCS) since year 2000. In this scheme, a licence to use the Certification Mark of the Bureau of Indian Standards, called the Standard Mark, can be granted by BIS for any product against an Indian Standard, which is amenable to certification.

  • The BIS licence is granted in accordance with the Regulation 3 and Regulation 4 of the BIS (Certification) Regulations, 1988. The BIS licence is granted indicating location as the manufacturing address at which the manufacturing takes place, final product is tested as per the relevant Indian Standards and conforming product is applied with the BIS Standard Mark.

  • The liability of non-conformance of the Standard Marked product, if any, solely rests with the manufacturer. The role of the Bureau, as the third-party certification agency, is limited to supplementing information to consumers that the product has been manufactured under a well-defined system of inspection and testing to establish its conformity to the corresponding Indian Standard. For this purpose, the definition of “manufacturer”, as given in 0.4 below shall apply.

  • “Manufacturer” means a business enterprise engaged in the manufacture of any article or process, situated at a stated location or locations, that carries out and controls such stages in the manufacture, assessment, handling or storage of a product, that enables it to accept responsibility for continued compliance of the product with the relevant Indian Standard and undertakes all obligations in that connection, with regard to grant of BIS licence to foreign manufacturer, under the Scheme.

  • Through its surveillance operations, BIS maintains a close vigil on the quality of products certified.