One Nation One Standard

One Nation One Standard

One Nation One Standard


(GS Paper II/III, Governance)


  • Recently, the Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution Minister Piyush Goyal today laid the foundation to embark on Mission one nation one standard.
  • It aims to make India the leader in setting global benchmarks in setting code. It also will review the work of the Bureau of Indian Standards.


Bureau of Indian Standards:

  • BIS is the National Standard Body of India constituted under the BIS Act of 2016 for the harmonious improvement of the activities of standardization, marking, and quality certification of goods and for other matters connected through standardization, certification, and verification.
  • BIS has been providing traceability and tangibility asset to the national economy in various ways. Providing safe dependable quality goods, curtailing health hazards to users, advertising exports and imports substitute, administering over the proliferation of changes through the methods mentioned above.



  • It prepares the industry for more dialogue, participation, and collaboration in this aim of “one nation one standard”. The case of giving certification would be kept as simple as possible and duplication of work would be dodged.
  • The minister claimed that the plan would ensure the strength and character of the nation through the exemplary standards it sets for the quality of its products and services.
  • BIS would explore International partnerships and associations to accomplish exposure in the field.

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