What is the full form of ISI ? All about ISI MARK

       What is the full form of ISI

 ISI's full form is: Indian Standards Institute

ISI stands for Indian Standards Institute. 

ISI was established to create standards for the orderly 
industrial growth and maintaining quality in
 industrial production. It provides an ISI mark
 which is a certification mark for industrial 
products in India. 

It is the most popular and recognized certification mark 
in the Indian subcontinent. This mark ensures that the
 product conforms to the Indian standards mentioned by
 Indian Standard Institute.

The ISI was established on 6 January 1947 and Dr.
 Lal C. Verman became the first Director of ISI in 
June 1947 Today, ISI is now known as BIS.

 It lays down the quality standards for
 consumer and industrial goods.

It checks the quality and standard of every product
 and provides them a certification mark. BIS is
 authorized to offer certification by a legislation 
of 1986. 

ISI mark is mandatory for certifying products to
 be sold in India. Any manufacturer whose product 
meets the BIS standard can apply for ISI product

General products with ISI marks
LPG Cylinders
Electrical equipment
Packaged foods and drinking water
Kitchen appliances and equipment
Packaged Grocery items etc.

Abuses of ISI marks

There are many products with fake ISI marks in 
the market. They useISI marks on the product
 without actually getting it certified.
So, you must be very careful to choose the products.

Fake ISI marks features

Fake ISI marks don't carry the mandatory 7 digit
 license number.There is an IS number on the top
 of the ISI mark which signifies the number of
 the Indian standard for the particular product.

ISI: Inter-Service Intelligence

ISI stands for Inter-Service Intelligence.
 It is an intelligence agency in Pakistan.
 It is headquartered in Islamabad, the capital of 

 It is a premier intelligence service, responsible
 for providing intelligence assessment and national 
security in Pakistan.

 The current (As of October 2017) Director-General
 or head of ISI is Naveed Mukhtar. In 2011, ISI was
 ranked the top intelligence agency in the world by
 the International Business Times. Although Pakistan
 also has other military and civilian intelligence 
agencies, the ISI is certainly the most powerful
 and most politicized among them.


After the independence, two intelligence agencies
 are created in Pakistan:IB (Intelligence Bureau)
and MI (Military Intelligence). But after the poor
 performance of these two agencies, ISI was founded
 in 1948 for intelligence gathering and sharing it
 among armed forces: the army, navy and air force.

 In 1950, it was officially entrusted the task to
 safeguard the interests of Pakistan and security
 of the nation inside and outside the country.
FULL FORM OF ISI and other much important
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 ISI: Indian Statistical Institute

ISI stands for Indian Statistical Institute. It is
 a university located in Kolkata, West Bengal. 
It has other branches in Delhi, Bangalore,
 Tejpur and Chennai. It was founded by Professor
 P.C. Mahalanobis on 17 December 1931 in Kolkata. 
ISI achieved the status of an Institution
 of National Importance by the 1959 act of the

ISI is one of the oldest and most reputed institutions
 in the field of Statistics.

 It is totally devoted to the research, teaching and
 application of statistics,social sciences and natural
 sciences. There are many courses offered by this
 university like Statistics, Computer Science, and
 This university is approved by UGC, NAAC and AIU.

This is a list of various courses offered by this

Bachelors of Statistics (Honors)
Master of Statistics
Bachelor of Mathematics (Honors)
Master of Mathematics
Master of Technology in Computer Science
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

The ISI mark is a standards-compliance mark for
 industrial products in India since 1955. The mark 
certifies that a product conforms to an Indian
 standard (IS) developed by the Bureau of Indian
 Standards (BIS), the national standards body of
 India. The ISI mark is by far the most recognized
 certification mark in the Indian subcontinent. 

The ISI is an initialism of Indian Standards
 Institution,the name of the national standards
 body until 1 January 1987,when it was renamed
 to the Bureau of Indian Standards.

 The ISI mark is mandatory for certain products
 to be sold in India, such as many of the electrical 
appliances like switches, electric motors, wiring
 cables, heaters, kitchen appliances, etc., 
and other products like Portland cement,
 LPG valves, LPG cylinders,automotive tyres, etc.
In the case of most other products, ISI marks are