Ganesh Nair

Ganesh Nair completed his graduation in law from IP university. He is an ardent researcher who has written various research papers and articles on contemporary legal issues. His keen interest in the field of research made him pursue a career in legal research. His core area of interest include Cyber, IPR and Finance laws.

Permissions and Licenses Required for Making Cosmetics in India

The cosmetics Industry in India is flourishing. Cosmetic products have seeped both into the urban as well as rural spaces and, in recent times, have created a larger market for themselves by breaking down the gender stereotypes attached to them. In India, the cosmetics sector is governed by the Drugs and cosmetics act 1940 and […]

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Requirements to Obtain Hallmark for Gold Necklace

Hallmarking is a process through which we can determine the proportion of precious metal in the jewellery. It is a universal mark that the jewellers use in various countries to determine the purity and fitness of the article. The rationale behind introducing this is to safeguard both buyers and sellers against possible adulteration of the […]

Who can apply for CDSCO License?

In India, manufacturers and importers need to obtain the Central Drug Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO). The drugs and Cosmetics Act of 1940 has laid down the regulations for the stakeholders to obtain these licenses. This license is provided to the manufacturer after the completion of a stringent process. The applicant has to apply for the […]

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BIS ISI certification for Electrical motors

A motor is an electrical component that turns electrical energy into mechanical energy. Usually, Electrical motors work because of the interaction between the electric current in a wire winding and the motor’s magnetic field. This interaction is what leads to the generation of force in the form of torque that is applied to the motor’s […]

What is the CDSCO Dual Use NOC?

The drugs that are used for dual purposes are the ones that are used for pharmaceutical uses as well as raw materials in other industries. Such drugs which serve the ‘dual’ purpose need the permission of the CDSCO’s zonal offices. Certain drugs are specified in Schedule D and shall be exempted from the provisions of […]

BIS Certification for Room heaters

Winter only lasts for a few months in most parts of India but it can get extremely chilly during these months. People prefer to have room heaters installed at their homes or workplaces. Despite their limited usage they still have huge demand in the Indian sector. The BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) has set regulations […]

What are the Different classes of medical devices in India?

In the year 2017, the ministry of health and family welfare introduced new rules for Medical devices. The new rules have been created to bring the regulations at par with the Global Harmonisation Task Force (GHTF) and international practices. Initially, the government had only marked 15 devices to be regulated as drugs. This number has […]

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What is FORM-42 and FORM-43?

The Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation is the national regulatory governed by the Directorate General of Health Services. The organisation is responsible for making rules for clinical trials and approval of new drugs. The organisation has also laid down standards for creating and importing drugs and cosmetics into the country. Any manufacturer that imports/exports or […]

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Requirements for BIS ISI certification for Iron Products

Iron is one of the most essential metals used worldwide. It is very ductile and lustrous. Its importance can be adjudged by the fact it is used in various forms like for creating reinforced concrete, buildings, automobile components, cutting tools, arms and ammunitions. Iron is often mixed with other metals such as chromium, vanadium, tungsten, […]

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Labelling Standards for Cosmetics under Cosmetics Rules, 2020

A cosmetic manufacturer must ensure that their products follow the labelling standards for cosmetics as per the cosmetics rules of 2020. In case the labelling standards are not adhered to by the manufacturer, then the product shall be treated as ‘Misbranded’ as per the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940. The misbranding of the product shall […]

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