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Department Of Consumer Affairs, New Delhi, Delhi
August, 28th 2019
                                    BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
                                     (Under Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution)


NOTICE FOR LIMITED TENDER FOR APPOINTMENT OF INTERNAL AUDITORS

     1. Limited tenders are invited for the APPOINTMENT OF INTERNAL AUDITORS FOR
        THE PERIOD 2019-20. The tender form, duly filled, shall be submitted to the Director

        (Finance), Finance Department, Room No. 204, Bureau of Indian Standards, 9, Bahadur

        Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-110 002.

     2. Complete Schedule/ Submission Schedule :

         (a)      Date of issue of the Tender Document                   :    22.08.2019

         (b)      Last Date for Submission of the BID                    :    12.09.2019

         (c)      Date for Opening of Technical Bid                      :    13.09.2019

         (d)      Date for Opening of Financial Bid                      :    The Financial Bids of only those

                                                                              bidders who qualifies Technical

                                                                              Bid shall be opened

     3. Methodology for Appointment of Internal Auditor
        a. The Internal Audit will be conducted on the Decentralised basis i.e., there will be one

               auditor for each region (except Central Region) and one auditor for Head Quarters,

               Central Region, NITS and Central Laboratory.

        b. The name of the firms as received from the Office of Comptroller and Auditor General

               of India is being requested to apply for the Limited Tender.

        c. Details and specifications can downloaded from the BIS Website www.bis.gov.in for

               reference purpose only




                                                                                           Director(Finance)

                                                                              Bureau of Indian Standards
                              BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
                               (Under Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution)




1.    Background

1.1   The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), the National Standards Body has been successfully

      promoting and nurturing standards movement within the country since 1947. BIS came into

      existence on 01st April 1987 through an Act of Parliament. The BIS Act has been reconstituted

      in 2017. It took over the staff, assets, liabilities and functions of the erstwhile Indian Standards

      Institution (ISI) with an enlarged scope and enhanced powers for harmonious development

      of activities of standardization, marking and quality certification of goods and for matters

      connected therewith or incidental thereto. Keeping in view, the interest of consumers as well

      as the industry, BIS is involved in various activities as given below:


      a.   Standards Formulation
      b.   Certification : Product, Hallmarking and Systems
      c.   Foreign Manufacturers Scheme
      d.   Registration Scheme
      e.   Testing & Calibration Services
      f.   Sale of Indian Standards and other publications
      g.   International Activities
      h.   Consumer Awareness Activities (for consumer and industry)
      i.   Promotional Activities
      j.   Training Services
      k.   Information services
      l.   Financial: Resources - Mobilization and utilization
      m.   Trade Facilitation Cell
      n.    Library Services

1.2   BIS has its Headquarters at New Delhi and its 05 Regional Offices (ROs) are at Kolkata

      (Eastern), Chennai (Southern), Mumbai (Western), Chandigarh (Northern) and Delhi

      (Central). Under the Regional Offices there are 23 Branch Offices (BOs) located at

      Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Bhopal, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Faridabad,

      Ghaziabad, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jammu, Kochi, Lucknow, Nagpur, Parwanoo,

      Patna, Pune, Rajkot, Raipur, Hubli, Jamshedpur and Vishakhapatnam, having independent

      accounts, which offer certification services to the industry and serve as effective link between




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      State Governments, industries, technical institutions, consumer organizations etc., of the

      respective region. Beside these there is a Training Institute at Noida and Central Laboratory

      at Shahabad where independent accounts are maintained.


2.    Sources of Income of Bureau of Indian Standards

2.1   The Bureau of Indian Standards strives for the interest of consumers as well as the industry,

      so that the high standard product can be provided to customer. In performing all the aforesaid

      activities, the Bureau of Indian Standards receive incidental income from the following

      sources :


      a.   Income from all components of Product Certifications,
      b.   Income from Quality System Certifications,
      c.   Income from Sale of Indian Standards,
      d.   Income from Hallmarking, Assaying Center and Jewellers,
      e.   Income from the Training Activity at NITS,
      f.   Income from Testing Activity at Laboratories, and
      g.   Interest on Income from Investment of its Funds and surpluses.

2.2   The total revenue earned by BIS during the financial year 2018-19 is ` 740.30 Crores.


3.    Basis on which Accounts are maintained

3.1   Besides Headquarters, the Regional Offices (except Central Regional Office, which is located

      at HQ, New Delhi), the Training Institute, the Central Laboratory, the Northern Region

      Laboratory and Branch Offices are maintaining their own accounts on uniform basis with

      double entry accounting system and following the guidelines issued by HQ's from time to

      time and according to Central Government Rules. Monthly trial balance and other MIS

      reports are sent by Regional Offices, Central Laboratory, Training Institute and Branch Offices

      to HQs for control and consolidation. Further, the said accounts are audited by C&AG.


4.    Scope of Internal Audit Work

4.1   The Internal Auditor shall be responsible for test checking the initial records, accounts

      maintained by HQs/ROs/BOs/NITS/ Laboratory with a view to ensure that the rules and

      regulations are followed correctly, systems and procedures regarding accounting and

      financial matters are adequate.




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4.2   The Internal Auditor shall inter-alia cover checking of all accounting records including those

      relating to advance and records pertaining to purchases, civil work, physical verification of

      stores, equipment's, tools and plant.

4.3   The Internal Auditor shall not only focus on the Income and Expenditure factor, rather may

      also focus on the risk indicators while performing the Internal Audit.


5.    Duties of Internal Auditor
5.1   The Internal Audit shall perform following duties:


       Accounting and Other related Aspects

       (i)    Study the accounting procedures prescribed for the HQs with a view to ensuring that

              they are correct, adequate and free from defects or lacunae.

      (ii)    Insure the implementation of the prescribed procedures and the order issued by HQ

              from time to time.

               a. Whether such default has occurred due to system failure and defect or due to individuals.

               b. Whether steps have been taken for ratification of the aforesaid defects.

      (iii)   Scrutinize and check payments and accounting work of the accounting units.

               a. Payment of all types of suppliers bills for goods and services as per GFR,2017

               b. Payment of Adjustable Advance, TA Advances. LTC Advance and Medical Advance etc.,

                   and adjustments thereof.

               c. Payment in foreign currency to parties outside India.

               d. Payment under different Plan Projects, Maintenance of Respective Accounts Books &

                   Utilization Certificate thereof.

               e. Management of Cash for Payment and Receipts, Cash Book and Bank Book, Maintenance

                   of records, Bank Reconciliation, etc.,

               f. Accounting of JVs/Issue of Debit/Credit Advices and Reconciliation of Inter-Office

                   Accounts, Current Assets and Liabilities Account.

      (iv)    Scrutinize of Booking of Income under the appropriate activity i.e., Product Certifications,
              Quality System Certifications, Sale of Indian Standards, Hallmarking, Assaying Centre and Jewellers,

              Training Activity and Testing Activity.

      (v)     Scrutinize of Investment made, i.e., process of Investment, receipt of Interest, checking of the

              accrued interest, maturity proceeds as per FDRs and its accounting in Books of Accounts.



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 (vi)    Scrutinisation of the Statutory Compliances :

          a. Whether the Tax has been deduction properly.

          b. Timely submission of the return and Issue off TDS certificates.

          c. Payment of Goods and Service Tax, adjustment of Input Tax Credit and filing of GST

               Return.

          d. Income Tax Audit of BIS, if applicable and filing of Income-tax Return of BIS

(vii)    Scrutinisation of the Fixed Asset Register

(viii)   Maintenance of Books of Accounts and preparation of Annual Financial Statements and

         Schedules thereof


  Personal Aspects

 (ix)    Employees and Pensioner related matter:

          a. Pay/ Pension fixation of Employee/ Pensioner,

          b. Proper maintenance of Leave Records such as sick leave, casual leave etc., and their

               consequential reflection on salaries,

          c. Payment of personal claims of employees viz., telephone bills, newspaper bills, misc. claims,

          d. Payment and settlement of TA, LTC and Medical Claims of employees and maintenance of

               subsidiary ledgers.

          e.   General Provident Fund (GPF): Advances/Withdrawals, Maintenance of Accounts records,
               Investment of GPF, Accrual Interest, Monthly Trial Balance and yearly Balance Sheet.

          f.   National Pension Scheme: Monthly deductions and remittance of National Pension

               Scheme and BIS contribution and Maintenance of Subsidiary Records.

          g. Payment of House Building Advance, Conveyance Advance, Computer Advance etc,

               compliance of conditions of payment and reconciliation of its subsidiary accounts with the

               General Ledgers.

          h. Medical Claims for Pensioners: Permissions, Sanctions, Payments and Maintenance

               of Records.


  Administration Aspects

  (x)    Scrutinisation of the Purchases Procedures as per GFR, 2017.

 (xi)    Scrutinisation of purchase for Stationary and Consumable Items vis-a-vis the policy.

(xii)    Scrutinisation of the Stock Register i.e., Stationary and consumable items.




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       (xiii)   Scrutinisation of running and maintains records of BIS owned cars

       (xiv)    Checking of procedures in regard to disposal of assets to ensure that adequate procedure

                exists for scrapping/ condemning and the same is followed.

         Others

        (xv)    Scrutinisation of procedure of the printing of the Standards vis-a-vis the policy.

       (xvi)    Physical verification of stock of sale of standards and justification for the same.

      (xvii)    Utilisation of the equipments in BIS Laboratories.

      (xviii)   Pursuance/ settlement of objections taken in Audit Para/ test audit notes issued by

                Statutory Auditor and other matter relating to statutory audit.



6.       Reporting Requirement

6.1      On Completion of the Audit of the respective Audit Unit of each phase, the following steps

         should be followed before finalisation of the report and the partner of firm shall meet and

         discuss the audit observations :

       (a)      The Preliminary Audit observations shall first be discussed with the Accounts/Finance

                Head of the ROs/BOs/ Laboratory/ NITS. In case the auditor is not satisfied with the

                explanation given by Accounts/Finance Head of the ROs/BOs/ Laboratory /NITS, then

                shall discuss the same with the Head of ROs/BOs/ Laboratory/ NITS along with the

                finance head.

       (b)      Before finalisation of the audit observations, the unresolved important and statutory

                observation shall be discussed with the DDGF/DF/DAC at Head Quarter, so that the

                timely corrective action can be enforced.

       (c)      Based on the outcome of the aforesaid discussion, the Audit Report thus compiled shall

                be structured on following broad areas :

                  a. Compliance Report of the previous observation raised in the Internal Audit

                  b. Important Observation arises out of the audit requiring corrective action

                  c. Report on Testing of Effectiveness of Internal Control

                  d. Other




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7.       Terms and Reference of Internal Audit
         For the year 2019-20
7.1      The Internal Audit for 2019-20, shall be conducted in 2 phases (Phase ­ I covering April to

         September and Phase ­ II covering October to March). The commencement of Phase ­ I audit

         will be on/ around 15th December and Phase ­ II will be on/ around 1st June. The report for

         the Phase-I and II are to be submitted on/ around 15th January and 15th July respectively.


         For the year 2020-21 and 2021-22
7.2      The firm selected for conducting Internal Audit for the year 2019-20, may be considered for

         renewal of the contract for conducting the Internal Audit for subsequent two years (i.e., 2020-

         2021 and 2021-22) on yearly basis , subjected to satisfactory performance on the same fees plus

         taxes and on the same terms and conditions.

7.3      Internal Audit shall be conducted in 2 phases (Phase ­ I covering April to September and Phase

         ­ II covering October to March). The commencement of Phase ­ I audit will be on/ around 15th

         November and Phase ­ II will be on/ around 1st June. The report for the Phase-I and II are to

         be submitted on/ around 31st December and 15th July respectively


Audit Team


7.4      Auditor should deploy suitable teams for undertaking the audit, after a thorough perusal of

         the requirements of the audit units and the volume of work involved.

7.5      A minimum number of man-days are needed to devoted at site by the firm in each phase of

         the audit is as under :


 S. No      Place                                               Minimum Man-days Requirement
                                                                    (in each location/ office)
                                                                         Qualified
                                                               Partner                 Assistant
                                                                          Asst.
 1          Headquarter and Central Regional Office at
            New Delhi                                            2           2             20

            Training Institute at Noida                           -          1             6
            Central Laboratory at Shahabad                        -          1             6
            All     Branches   of   Central   Region(Bhopal,
                                                                  -          2             6
            Ghaziabad, Jaipur and Faridabad)
 2          Western Regional Office                              1           2             10
            All Branches of Western Region(Ahmedabad,
                                                                  -          2             6
            Pune, Nagpur and Rajkot)



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 S. No      Place                                           Minimum Man-days Requirement
                                                                (in each location/ office)
                                                                        Qualified
                                                           Partner                     Assistant
                                                                         Asst.
 3          Northern Regional Office                          1             2             10
            All Branches of Northern Region(Jammu,
                                                              -             2              6
            Parwanoo, Dehradun and Lucknow)
 4          Eastern Regional Office                           1             2             10
            All Branches of Eastern Region(Bhubaneswar,
                                                              -             2              6
            Guwahati, Patna, Raipur and Jamshedpur)
 5          Southern Regional Office                          1             2             10
            All Branches of Southern Region(Bangalore,
            Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Hubli and           -             2              6
            Vishakhapatnam)


Terms and Condition


Payment Terms


7.6      Payment shall be released within 15 working days from the date of submission of bill by the

         Firm after completion of each phase of audit and submission of the audit report and summary

         thereof to the Finance Department, New Delhi as well as to the all Regional Offices/Branch

         Offices/ Laboratory/NITS, Noida.


Bid security/Earnest money Deposit


7.7   Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) of  10,000/- ( Ten Thousand Only) is to be deposited in the

      form of Account Payee Demand Draft/ Fixed Deposit Receipt/ Banker's cheque/ Online [Bank

      Name : Syndicate Bank,             Bank Account No. : 90841010000018,                IFSC Code

      of Bank : SYNB0009084] in an acceptable form. EMD will be refunded after award of contract

      without any interest thereon to the unsuccessful bidders. Quotations received without EMD

      will not be considered. The Earnest Money will be forfeited if the bidder withdrawing or

      altering its bids during the bid validity period.

7.8   The Bureau has also the right to forfeit the EMD in full in the event of failure of on the part of

      the firm to fulfil the Terms & Conditions of the Tender Document.









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Performance Security


7.9     Successful Tender will be required to deposit an amount of 10% of bid price as Performance

        Security in the form in the form of Account Payee Demand Draft/ Fixed Deposit Receipt/

        Banker's cheque/ Online [Bank Name : Syndicate Bank, Bank Account No. : 90841010000018,

        IFSC Codeof Bank : SYNB0009084] in an acceptable form. Performance Security will remain

        valid for a period of 60 days beyond the date of completion of all contractual internal audit

        work.


Penalty Clause


7.10 All the areas of work as mentioned at Para 6 shall be covered by the Auditors at all the locations

        in each phase of audit.

7.11 In case, the audit is not completed as per the time schedule given, the penalty will be 0.5% of

        the contract value per week or part thereof maximum to 5% of the contract value.


Other


7.12 The contract may be terminated by this Bureau at any time without assigning any reason, if

        the services of the firm are not found satisfactory. In this connection, the decision of the Bureau

        shall be final and binding on the firm.



7.13 The firm selected for conducting Internal Audit for the year 2019-20, may be considered for

        renewal of the contract for conducting the Internal Audit for subsequent two years

        (i.e., 2020-21 and 2021-22) on yearly basis, subjected to satisfactory performance on the same

        fees plus taxes and on the same terms and conditions.

7.14 Jurisdiction of all disputes will be New Delhi.

7.15 In case on any dispute or difference arises, the same shall be settled by reference to arbitration

        by a sole arbitrator to be appointed by DG:BIS whose decision shall be final and binding on

        both the parties.




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8.    Tender Submission
8.1   Tender will be submitted in "Three" Separate sealed envelopes as below. All the three (3)

      should be numbered clearly and super scribed with our Tender reference number, date, title,

      binder's name and address.


      Envelope 1    :   Shall contain the Accounts Account Payee Demand Draft/ Fixed Deposit
                        Receipt/ Banker's cheque/ Acknowledgment of Online payment in an
                        acceptable form toward Earnest Money Deposit (EMD)
      Envelope 2    :   Shall consist Technical Bid (Eligibility Criteria documents) i.e.,
                                  Brief background about the firm, with list of partners, if any,
                                  employees and their education qualifications / experience, present
                                  clients of the firm
                                  Self Certified copy on the Firm Letter Head, stating the experience
                                  certificate of the firm of conducting internal audit of Statutory Bodies/
                                  Autonomous Bodies/ PSUs for 5 years (in last 10 years).
                                  Copy of GST Registration Certificate
                                  Copy of PAN No.
      Envelope 3    :   Shall consist of Financial Bid i.e., the consolidated audit fees for both
                        Phase- I and Phase-II including all expenses (i.e., travelling, boarding and
                        lodging etc., ) and GST shall be as applicable:



                         Sl. No      Particulars                             Amount (in `)
                             1.      Audit Fee for both Phase-I and
                                     Phase ­ II including all expenses
                                     (i.e., travelling, boarding and lodging
                                     etc., )*

                        * GST will be extra


8.2   Above three envelopes may be enclosed with a sealed single envelope scribing with

      mentioning the content inside the envelope (Envelope 1. Envelope 2 and Envelope 3) and title as

      "QUOTATION FOR APPOINTMENT OF INTERNAL AUDITOR FOR 2019-20" and marked

      "CONFEIDENTIAL"          may       be    sent     to   Director    (Finance),   Finance     Department,

      Room No. 204, Bureau of Indian Standards, 9, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,

      New Delhi-110 002.




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9.    Tender Opening
9.1   Complete Schedule/ Submission Schedule :

        (a)   Date of Issue of the Tender Document   :   22.08.2019

        (b)   Last Date for Submission of the BID    :   12.09.2019

        (c)   Date for Opening of Technical Bid      :   13.09.2019

        (d)   Date for Opening of Financial Bid      :   The Financial Bids of only those

                                                         bidders who qualifies Technical

                                                         Bid shall be opened




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ANNEX V




   Page 11 of 40
Page 12 of 40
                             BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
                 SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST MARCH 2019




       SCHEDULE 1 - CORPUS/CAPITAL FUND
                                                                               (Amount in Rs.)


                                                             Current Year     Previous Year



Balance at the beginning of the year                           81848,64,664    54078,80,066

Add: Contributions towards Corpus/Capital Fund

       Cost of assets capitalized from funds received from
                                                                   1,05,380                      -
       Spice Board

       Total                                                   81849,70,044    54078,80,066

       Surplus transferred from Income & Expenditure
Add:                                                           46131,81,342      27769,84,598
       Account

       BALANCE AT THE END OF THE YEAR                         127981,51,386    81848,64,664




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                                                                                                                                           BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

                                                                                                               SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                               A                                           B                  C                 D               E                    F                G                 H                    I              J                          K


                     SCHEDULE 2 - EARMARKED/ENDOWNMENT FUNDS                                                                                                                                                                                                              (Amount-in Rs.)
                1

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOTAL
                2

                                                                                                    Assistance from   Assistance from       Assistance      Benevolent       General Provident     National    Pension & Gratuity       Hallmarking    Current Year            Previous Year
                                                                                                      MOCA under      MOCA under the       from MOCA           Fund                Fund            Pension       Liability Fund         Education &
                                                                                                    plan scheme for          Plan          under C.W.F.                                          Scheme Fund        Account              Protection
                                                                                                      setting up of     Project:Quality                                                                                                     Fund
                                                                                                      Hallmarking     Infrastracture for
                                                                                                         Centres          consumer
                                                                                                                       protection (Plan)

                3

                4                                                                                          1                  2                 3               4                    5                6                 7                    8              9                         10

                     a) Opening balance of the funds                                                    3,024,638          66,173,001          459,204       1,713,361         1,608,269,093       1,721,671      16,759,416,663         2,526,223    18,443,303,854            17,647,919,092
                5


                     b) Additions to the Funds:
                6


                       i) Assistance/Grants                                                            10,000,000          10,000,000                   -                -                   -             -                        -             -       20,000,000                  20,000,000
                7


                       ii) Income from Interest on Investments of the funds                               292,895              116,846              5,370       42,983           119,809,210          76,200       1,577,777,704                       1,698,121,208              1,590,363,264
                8


                      iii) Contribution to the respective fund                                                                                                 731,520           236,283,364      68,425,525                               274,573       305,714,982                307,036,836
                9


                      iv) Contribution towards shortfall in Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund A/c                                                                                                                                                                     -             515,772,094
                10


                      v) Others                                                                                                                                                                                         3,273,720                          3,273,720                   3,341,630
                11


                           TOTAL (a+b)                                                                 13,317,533          76,289,847          464,574       2,487,864         1,964,361,667      70,223,396      18,340,468,087         2,800,796    20,470,413,764            20,084,432,916
                12


                     c) Utilization/Expenditure towards objectives of funds
                13


                        i) Capital Expendituare                 - Fixed Assets
                14


                       ii) Revenue Expenditure
                15


                          - Payments to employees, pensioners & beneficiaries                                                                                  400,030           364,060,608      68,228,271       1,033,292,260                       1,465,981,169              1,616,399,997
                16


                          - Assistance to Hallmarking Centres                                           4,923,758                                                                                                                                          4,923,758                   7,268,312
                17


                          - Meetings, Travels & Others                                                                     12,977,882                                                                                                                     12,977,882                  17,460,753
                18


                          - Interest refunded/to be refunded to DoCA                                      556,799           1,267,661          132,314                                                                                                     1,956,774
                19


                                     Total Revenue Expenditure                                          5,480,557          14,245,543          132,314         400,030           364,060,608      68,228,271       1,033,292,260                  -    1,485,839,583              1,641,129,062
                20


                                    TOTAL(c)                                                            5,480,557          14,245,543          132,314         400,030           364,060,608      68,228,271       1,033,292,260                  -    1,485,839,583              1,641,129,062
                21

                22


                     NET BALANCE AS AT THE YEAR-END 31.03.2019(a+b-c)                                   7,836,976          62,044,304          332,260       2,087,834         1,600,301,059       1,995,125      17,307,175,827         2,800,796    18,984,574,181            18,443,303,854
                23




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                   BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
        SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                                 (Amount in Rs.)

                                                  Current Year   Previous Year

SCHEDULE 3- CURRENT LIABILITIES AND PROVISIONS


A.   CURRENT LIABILITIES


     1. Sundry Creditors for Goods and Services
      a)Inland                                     948,57,431      919,68,108
      b)Abroad                                     220,38,187      221,53,035


     2. Advances received from Customers:
      a)Sales                                        7,31,582        4,70,845
      b)Certification                              134,34,904       97,92,570

     3. Statutory Liabilities
        Others- Goods & Service Tax Payable       1025,36,329      963,86,718


     4. Other Current Liabilities

      a) Earnest Money/Retention Money             285,72,819      250,17,870

      b) Accounts Payable Employees                 15,48,720       28,17,622


     TOTAL(A)                                     2637,19,972    2486,06,768

B.   PROVISIONS                                             -                 -


     TOTAL(A+B)                                   2637,19,972    2486,06,768




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                                                                                    BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

                                                                     SCHEDULE FORMING PART OF BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 MARCH 2019

                     SCHEDULE-4-FIXED ASSETS                                                                                                                                          (Amount in Rs.)



                     DESCRIPTION                                           GROSS BLOCK                                                DEPRECIATION                                        NET BLOCK

                                                    Cost/Valuation     Additions     Deductions    Cost/valuation    As at the    On Additions     On         Total up to   As at the Current     As at the Previous
                                                        As at          during the    during the    at the year end beginning of    during the  Deductions    the Year-end   year-end 2018-19      year-end 2017-18
                                                     beginning of         year          year                         the year         year     during the
                                                       the year                                                                                   year


                A.   FIXED ASSETS:




                1    LAND                              634,353,954                                   634,353,954                                                                  634,353,954            634,353,954


                2    BUILDINGS                         492,803,370       7,708,300                   500,511,670    244,283,044     27,416,415                271,699,459         228,812,211            248,520,326


                3    RESIDENTIAL FLATS                  62,296,310                                     62,296,310    42,361,974        967,584                 43,329,558          18,966,752             19,934,336

                     PLANT, MACHINARY &
                4                                      302,165,283      18,144,866     2,251,462     318,058,687    233,544,917     12,054,469   1,770,598    243,828,788          74,229,899             68,620,366
                     EQUIPMENTS

                5    VEHICLES                            3,716,595         821,754      679,272         3,859,077     2,754,876        254,138    590,052       2,418,962           1,440,115                 961,719

                     FURNITURE, OFFICE EQUIPMENTS
                6                                      327,957,540      34,082,919     1,558,803     360,481,656    267,611,985     14,698,278   1,394,841    280,915,422          79,566,234             60,345,555
                     & COMPUTERS

                7    LIBRARY BOOKS                      27,540,984         325,302                     27,866,286    27,505,899         36,349                 27,542,248             324,038                  35,085


                     TOTAL(A) OF CURRENT YEAR        1,850,834,036      61,083,141     4,489,537    1,907,427,640   818,062,695     55,427,233   3,755,491    869,734,437       1,037,693,203           1,032,771,341


                     PREVIOUS YEAR                   1,682,757,989     172,685,196     4,609,149    1,850,834,036   759,040,195     62,943,430   3,920,930    818,062,695


                B.   CAPITAL WORK IN PROGRESS          327,766,737                     6,490,600     321,276,137                                                                  321,276,137            327,766,737


                                                                                                                                                             TOTAL              1,358,969,340           1,360,538,078




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                                                                      (Amount in Rs.)
                                                       Current Year     Previous year

SCHEDULE 5 - INVESTMENTS FROM
EARMARKED/ENDOWMENT FUND



1   Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund Account
1.1 Government of India Securities                    49540,90,501     49789,48,836
1.2 Debentures and Bonds                                200,00,000        200,00,000
    TOTAL(1)                                          49740,90,501     49989,48,836




2   General Provident Fund of Employees
2.1 Government of India Securities                     2544,26,994      2551,53,789
2.2 State Government Securities                        4337,62,680      4304,19,428
2.3 Debentures and Bonds                                895,69,893      1393,29,875
2.4 Special Deposits with RBI                          3127,08,594      3127,08,594
2.5 Equities & related investments-Mutual Funds         170,00,000        145,00,000
    TOTAL(2)                                          11074,68,161     11521,11,686
    TOTAL(1)+(2)                                      60815,58,662     61510,60,522




SCHEDULE 6 - INVESTMENTS-OTHERS
                                                                      (Amount in Rs.)
                                                      Current Year     Previous year
1   Investments towards the Corpus/Capital Fund                  -                  -

    TOTAL                                                        -                  -




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SCHEDULE 7 - CURRENT ASSETS, LOANS AND ADVANCES ETC.

                                                                                       (Amount in Rs.)


                                                                        Current Year    Previous Year


A. CURRENT ASSETS

1. Inventories:
     a)Laboratory apparatus and stores                                      6,20,898        9,59,848
     b)Stationery                                                          47,30,281       38,52,259
     c)Repair & Maintenance Consumables                                    14,81,760       14,76,826
     d) Gold Jewellary                                                             -        7,62,018
                                           Total (1)                       68,32,939       70,50,951
2. Sundry Debtors
     a)Sale of Publications
           i) Exceeding six months                                            66,776         1,07,256
         ii) Others                                                            8,021            4,226
     b)Certification
           i) Exceeding six months                                         18,81,891       26,87,534
         ii) Others                                                        10,35,554        3,11,486
     c) Accounts Recoverable
           i) Accounts recoverable (employees)                              8,25,518         9,09,833
         ii) Recoverables from Government Departments                     116,28,033      104,14,993
             (From MEA & DoCA)
        iii) Accounts Recoverable (Others)                                287,32,950      386,85,332
                                          Total (2)                       441,78,743      531,20,660
3. Cash Balance in Hand (Including Imprest)                                 2,21,061        2,94,416
4. Bank Balances:
      a) With Schedule Banks
             i) On Current Accounts                                      1166,54,169     1510,18,839
             ii) On Saving Accounts                                      1395,91,041     1142,10,881
                              Sub Total of 4(a) (i & ii)                 2562,45,210     2652,29,720
            iii) On Fixed Deposit Accounts
                  A) Investment - Earmarked Funds
                     I) Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund A/c          123330,85,326   117604,67,827
                    II) General Provident Fund A/c                       2985,81,000     3055,81,000
                    III) National Pension Scheme Fund A/c                  19,95,125       17,21,671
                  B) General Investments towards Corpus/Capital Fund    78959,19,549    36525,10,502
                                Sub Total of 4(a)(iii)                 205295,81,000   157202,81,000
                                          Total (4)                    207858,26,210   159855,10,720
5. Franking Machine Balance                                                 1,84,586        1,14,350
                                TOTAL(A)                               208372,43,539   160460,91,097




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SCHEDULE 7 - CURRENT ASSETS,LOANS AND ADVANCES ETC.

                                                                           Current Year    Previous Year

B. LOANS, ADVANCES AND OTHER ASSETS

   1. Advances to Staff for:
       i)Purchase of Conveyance                                                1,57,500        2,75,400
      ii)House Building                                                      113,72,286       19,79,424
     iii)Computer                                                              8,32,605        8,20,699
                                   TOTAL (1)                                 123,62,391       30,75,523
  2. Advances and other amounts recoverable or for value to be received
     a) On capital Account & others to outside parties
         i) Modernization of Manak Bhawan HQ                                 527,36,021               -
        ii) Building Construction ROs/BOs -CPWD                              628,19,043      568,19,043
       iii) Computerization Project:C-DAC                                    460,00,463      460,00,463
       iv) AC Projects, Renovation of Lifts & Canteen-HQ CPWD                140,22,676      140,22,676
        v) Others (NICSI, employees & outsiders at HQ/ROs/BOs)               409,49,155      191,18,630
       vi) Consumer Welfare Fund(NBCC)                                         3,32,260        3,32,260
       vii) Plan Project Schemes(See Note No. 2.6 of Sch. 17 )                   17,436          17,436
                                   TOTAL (2a)                               2168,77,054     1363,10,508
     b) Prepaid Expenses                                                      61,32,615      200,97,836
     c) Advances to Staff for:
        i) Natural calamities                                                         -           6,600
       ii) Travel                                                             10,05,990        5,74,202
      iii) Leave Travel Concession                                            14,12,476       12,29,834
      iv) General Provident Fund                                              74,37,079       83,79,357
                                   TOTAL (2c)                                 98,55,545      101,89,993
    d) Security Deposits                                                      99,27,436       76,41,238
                                  TOTAL (2)                                 2427,92,650     1742,39,575
  3. Income Accrued
     a) On Investments from Earmarked/Endowment Funds & Others
        i) BIS Funds                                                       32630,77,835    29309,35,560
       ii) General Provident Fund                                           1876,89,419     1583,38,961
                                 TOTAL (3)                                 34507,67,254    30892,74,521
  4. Claim Receivable
     a) Income Tax Refund                                                    399,79,352      323,01,978
     b) Service Tax                                                                   -       17,20,379
     c) Goods and Services Tax (Input Tax)                                   227,72,351      184,73,613
                                 TOTAL (4)                                   627,51,703      524,95,970

                               TOTAL(B)                                    37686,73,998    33190,85,589
                              TOTAL(A+B)                                  246059,17,537   193651,76,686




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        SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF INCOME EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                                                   (Amount in Rs.)
                                                               Current Year       Previous Year

SCHEDULE 8-INCOME FROM SALE/SERVICES



1. Product Certification                                      55410,11,364       49875,81,796

2. Conformity Assessment(Registration)                         7285,50,000         2857,89,000

3. Hallmarking                                                 3338,55,736         2510,53,677

4. Systems Certification                                        571,80,557          527,40,708

5. Income from Testing                                         1356,61,329          610,50,698

                        TOTAL                                 67962,58,986       56382,15,879




                                                                                   (Amount in Rs.)
                                                              Current Year        Current Year

SCHEDULE 9-FEE/SUBSCRIPTION


  1. Confrences & Training Fees                                 444,74,478          222,27,278

  2. Library Membership Fee                                       23,75,997           23,94,973

  3. Subscription for Standards India Journal                              -             26,600


                             TOTAL                              468,50,475          246,48,851




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                       SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF INCOME EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                                                                                   (Amount in Rs.)
                                                            Investment from Earmarked Fund            Investment-Others

                                                               Current Year      Previous Year      Current Year    Previous Year


         SCHEDULE 10-INCOME FROM INVESTMENTS

         (Income on Investment from Earmarked/Endowment Fund transferred to fund)

     1      Interest                                        15777,77,704      14720,49,048         3438,57,411     1355,08,094
     2      Rent                                                 -                           -       14,80,294         4,25,652
                               TOTAL                        15777,77,704      14720,49,048         3453,37,705     1359,33,746


         (TRANSFERRED TO EARMARKED/ENDOWMENT FUNDS)         15777,77,704      14720,49,048
         [Refer Schedule 2, Item b(ii) - Col 7]




                                                                                                 Current Year      Previous Year
         SCHEDULE 11-INCOME FROM ROYALTY, PUBLICATION ETC.

A.       INCOME FROM SALE OF STANDARDS
     1 Electronic Media                                                                             706,98,445       596,21,364

     2 Hard copies                                                                                  191,65,058       356,64,756

     3 Margin on Sale of Publications of Overseas Bodies                                             10,47,940        32,66,141

     4 Royalty from reproduction of Indian Standards                                                  5,23,800                  -



                              TOTAL(A)                                                              914,35,243       985,52,261


B.       Retrocession from ISO and IEC on Sale of their Publications in
                                                                                                    649,57,102       495,06,473
         India

                            TOTAL(A+B)                                                             1563,92,345     1480,58,734




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           SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF INCOME EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                                                        (Amount in Rs.)

                                                              Current Year          Previous Year

   SCHEDULE 12-INTEREST EARNED
    On Saving Account                                             25,90,954             29,03,800
                         TOTAL                                    25,90,954             29,03,800




                                                                                       (Amount in Rs.)
                                                              Current Year         Previous Year
   SCHEDULE 13-OTHER INCOME


a) Interest from Conveyance, Computer & House
                                                                  35,13,762             40,17,116
   Building Advances
b) CGHS Contribution                                              61,83,504             50,61,987
c) Licence Fee- Staff Quarters                                     4,50,531              5,84,093
d) Miscellaneous Income at HQ                                     65,65,586             25,84,708
e) Miscellaneous Income at RO/Bos                                 40,88,821             29,93,330
f) Miscellaneous Income at Laboratories                         145,46,321            137,41,092
g) Surplus in GPF Account                                         85,48,121           124,38,335
h) Recruitment Receipts                                         119,63,517            184,09,322
                         TOTAL                                  558,60,163            598,29,983




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        SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF INCOME EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                                                                       (Amount in Rs.)


                                                                           Current Year           Previous Year

SCHEDULE 14 -ESTABLISHMENT EXPENSES
1. PAY & ALLOWANCES
   a) Pay                                                                     10430,94,441         12883,45,634
   b) Allowances and Bonus                                                     3971,28,592          3374,36,016
   c) Terminal Leave Encashment                                                1094,81,199           884,36,851
                TOTAL(1)                                                      15497,04,232         17142,18,501


2. RETIREMENT BENEFITS
       Employer's Contribution to National Pension Scheme                       341,29,228            368,72,242
                TOTAL(2)                                                        341,29,228            368,72,242


3. WELFARE EXPENSES
  a)   Medical Benefits-Employees                                               294,19,815            249,71,027
  b)   Medical Benefits-Pensioners                                              434,15,912            333,40,451
  c)   Staff Welfare                                                            192,56,056            113,32,759
  d)   Leave Travel Concession                                                  226,81,960            121,32,778
                TOTAL(3)                                                       1147,73,743            817,77,015


                TOTAL(1+2+3)                                                  16986,07,203         18328,67,758




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        SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF INCOME EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                                                          (Amount in Rs.)

                                                                       Current Year   Previous Year

SCHEDULE 15 -OPERATIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES
1. TRAVELLING EXPENSES
    a) Overseas                                                         149,04,251        4,19,777
    b) Domestic                                                         595,20,772      462,04,458
    c) Committee Members                                                  1,05,018        1,44,461
             TOTAL(1)                                                   745,30,041      467,68,696
2. SUBSCRIPTION TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
    a) International Standards Organization                             344,59,329      347,09,433
    b) International Electrotechnical Commission                        106,66,182      106,31,897
              TOTAL(2)                                                  451,25,511      453,41,330

3. PRINTING
    a) Standards                                                         55,12,580       35,77,500
    b) Bulletin                                                          13,20,469        2,32,918
               TOTAL(3)                                                  68,33,049       38,10,418

4. TESTING & SURVELLIANCE
    a) Testing Charges                                                 2548,47,470     1643,68,618
    b) Laboratory Consumables and Repair & Maintenance of Laboratory
                                                                        112,68,771       97,23,168
    Equipments
   c) Market Samples                                                     35,53,167       31,24,373

   d) Hiring of Taxies for Inspection Work                               86,99,885       73,33,742
   e) Freight and Cartage                                               201,35,949      158,45,402
             TOTAL(4)                                                  2985,05,242     2003,95,303

5. PUBLICITY                                                           1756,43,483     1588,22,359

6. OFFICE EXPENSES
    a) Stationery                                                       161,89,445      161,64,699
    b) Postage                                                           60,45,544       70,09,242
    c) Telephone                                                        108,69,343      116,63,021
    d) Recruitment                                                       21,30,489        3,01,095
    e) Refreshment and Entertainment                                     17,42,139       16,25,131
    f) Liveries                                                           6,60,990        1,60,021
    g) Insurance and Bank Charges                                        21,66,263       17,75,450
    h) Miscellaneous                                                     29,78,389       27,12,475
    i) Rent and Statutory Taxes                                         329,57,692      541,12,009
    j) Electricity and Water Charges                                    510,22,010      453,50,583
    k) Taxi Hiring Charges                                              140,45,823      104,44,142
                TOTAL(6)                                               1408,08,127     1513,17,868




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        SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF INCOME EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2019




                                                                                             (Amount in Rs.)

                                                                          Current Year    Previous Year


SCHEDULE 15 -OPERATIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES


7. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
    a) Furniture and Office Equipment                                       100,77,311      87,23,360
    b) Building                                                             288,86,129     170,08,872
    c) Vehicles                                                               4,60,747       7,76,020
              TOTAL(7)                                                      394,24,187     265,08,252


8. CONFERENCES, CONSUMER AWARENESS AND TRAINING
PROGRAMME
   a) Conferences, Seminars and Consumer Awareness Programmes               259,19,471     146,23,107
   b) Training Expenses in NITS                                             112,77,620      68,88,373

             TOTAL(8)                                                       371,97,091     215,11,480

9. OTHER EXPENSES
    a) IT Services Expenses                                                 183,11,402     271,04,365
    b) Library Subscription and Expenses                                       3,41,030      3,74,864
    c) Audit Fees and other Consultancy Charges                               74,22,778     76,21,744
    d) Legal charges                                                          80,15,505     79,00,089
    e) Labour Expenses including Houskeeping & Security                    1263,36,681    1009,69,060
    f) Hiring of Technical Manpower-Young Professional & Graduate Engineer Trainee
                                                                            213,86,738      50,20,774
    g) Hiring of Consultants and Consultancy Charges                          24,31,067             -
    h) Bad Debts & losses written off                                            92,153         8,963
    i) Quality System Charges                                               154,70,830      84,18,711
    j) Staff Training                                                       112,98,153      12,86,448
    k) Hindi Promotional Activities                                           30,05,129     42,67,283
    l) Enforcement outsourcing Expenses                                        2,91,816      2,19,882
    m) Exchange Rate Variation                                                17,71,860      4,86,180
    n) CENVAT Credit Expenses/Input Tax Credit foregone                       18,32,977     15,49,456
    o) R&D Projects                                                                   -     13,19,589
              TOTAL(9)                                                     2180,08,119    1665,47,408

             TOTAL(1 to 9)                                               10360,74,850     8210,23,114




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                BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

SCHEDULE FORMING PART OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR THE PERIOD
ENDED 31st MARCH 2019

SCHEDULE.16 - SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

1.    ACCCOUNTING CONVENTION

      The Financial Statements are prepared on the basis of historical cost
      convention, unless otherwise stated and generally on the accrual method of
      accounting except the Certification Income and the interest due on default
      investments which are accounted on cash basis.

2.    INVENTORIES

      The value of Stock of Indian Standards and other publications are not
      accounted for as a matter of policy. However, the Stock of Paper,
      Laboratory Consumables, Spares, Stationery and gold are valued at cost.

3.    INVESTMENT

3.1   The Investments are usually carried at cost.
3.2   The premium paid on acquisition of permanent investment is amortized on a
      time proportion basis upto the date of maturity.



4.    FIXED ASSET

4.1   Fixed Assets are stated at Cost of acquisition inclusive of inward Freight,
      Duties and Taxes.
4.2   Fixed Assets acquired out of Grants/Assistance from Ministries are
      capitalized at values stated, by corresponding credit to Corpus/ Capital
      Fund.
4.3   Fixed Assets received by way of non-monetary grants are capitalized at
      values stated by corresponding credit to Corpus/Capital Fund.

5.    DEPRECIATION
      Depreciation is provided on written down value method as per the rates
      specified in the Income Tax Act 1961.

6.    GOVERNMENT GRANTS/ASSISTANCE

6.1   Government Grants/Assistance are accounted on realization basis.




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6.2   All Government Grants/Assistance from Ministries and their utilization are
      shown in the Earmarked/Endowment Fund Schedule.

6.3   The Government Grants/Assistance utilized towards Capital Cost of setting
      of projects and acquisition of Fixed Asset are shown as addition to
      Corpus/Capital Fund.

7.    FOREIGN CURRENCY TRANSACTIONS

7.1   Transactions denominated in Foreign Currency are accounted at the
      exchange rate prevailing at the date of the transaction.

7.2   Current Liabilities are converted at the exchange rate prevailing as at the
      end of the year and the relevant gain/loss is transferred to Income &
      Expenditure Account.






8.    PAY & ALLOWANCES

      The payments of Pay & Allowances and leave encashment are charged to
      Income & Expenditure Account on cash basis under Pay and Allowances.

9.    RETIREMENT BENEFITS

9.1   Liability towards Pension of retired employees and pension & gratuity of
      existing employees for past service based on the Actuarial Valuation is
      accrued and provided in the Pension/Gratuity Liability Fund Account shown
      under the Schedule - Earmarked/Endowment Fund.

9.2   Based on the Actuarial Valuation Report, Annual Contribution to the Fund is
      provided in the Income & Expenditure Account with corresponding credit to
      Pension/Gratuity Liability Fund Account.

9.3   The actual payments of all pensionary benefits and recurring pension during
      the year are debited to Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund Account.



10.   LOANS TO EMPLOYEES

      The Interest on House Building, Conveyance and Computer Loan given to
      employees is accounted on cash basis after the recovery of the principal
      amount of Loan.

11.   GPF ACCOUNTS

      The surplus/deficit in the GPF Account of employees are treated as
      income/expense of the Bureau.




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      SCHEDULE FORMING PART OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED
                            31st MARCH 2019


SCHEDULE.17­CONTINGENT LIABILITIES AND NOTES ON ACCOUNTS


1.    CONTINGENT LIABILITIES

1.1   Disputed Demands of Service Tax(excluding penalty and interest):- These
      disputed demands relate to service tax on revenue sharing receipts from
      Hallmarking & Assaying Centres, payment of membership fee to ISO/IEC,
      Library membership fee and     Service-tax liability under reverse charge
      mechanism which has been contested by BIS at following offices:

                                                                     Amount (` in lakh)

          (i)       BIS (HQ) New Delhi                                         388.35

          (ii)      Southern Regional Office                                    91.65
          (iii)     Western Regional Office                                     75.78
          (iv)      Patna Branch Office                                          1.05
          (v)       Hyderabad Branch Office                                      0.21


1.2   NBCC, the consultant for the Jaipur Building and Training Institute Building
      NOIDA:- NBCC has claimed payment of ` 27.60 lakh and ` 17.04 lakh for the
      works carried out at Jaipur and NITS Noida Buildings respectively. However,
      physical verification of the work done by the contractor(s) is not yet completed as
      some corrective actions are yet to be taken by NBCC and the settlement of accounts
      with them is under progress. As the amount payable is subject to physical verification
      as per the contract, therefore, these claims have not been taken as Addition to Assets
      and Liabilities as on 31.03.2019. It had been decided by EC that no payment shall be
      released to NBCC against these two projects till settlement of the issues in the New
      Central AC Plant at Headquarter.


1.3   Suit No. 3016 of 2010 in Hon'ble Bombay High Court:- Contingent Liability of
      ` 73,82.90 lakh alongwith interest may arise due to damages claimed by
      M/s. National Food Products(India) Pvt. Ltd. from BIS, for the alleged loss suffered
      by them for the delay in renewal of their licence for Packaged Drinking Water.


1.4   Bank Guarantee: Bank Guarantee of ` 5.00 lakh valid upto 05.01.2020 was issued
      by Syndicate Bank in favour of Director General of Disasters, Response & Fire
      Services, Hyderabad.




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2.      NOTES ON ACCOUNTS
2.1     Capital Commitments: The value of the contract remaining to be executed on
        Capital Account and not provided for (net of Advances) are given as under:
                                                                                     (Amount in crores)
        Sl. No.                         Project                 Total     Payment Value     of
                                                                Estimated made to contract
                                                                Cost      CPWD/   remaining to
                                                                          Agency  be executed
              (i)          Modernization of Manak Bhawan           8.89     5.26      3.63
              (ii)         Air Conditioning of HQ Building        17.02    15.70      1.32
                           Construction     of    Chandigarh
              (iii)        Regional Office Building and          17.04       13.00          4.04
                           Jammu Office Building
                           Construction of Building at Raipur
              (iv)                                                5.89       1.97           3.92
                           Branch Office
                           Construction of Rajkot Office
              (v)                                                 5.38       4.00           1.38
                           Building
                           Renovation of Northern Regional
              (vi)                                                1.02       0.55           0.47
                           Office Laboratory Building, Mohali
              (vii)        Replacement of lifts of BIS:HQ         1.13       0.90           0.23
              (viii)       Renovation of Canteen of BIS:HQ        0.96       0.46           0.50
                           Renovation of Bangalore Office
              (ix)                                                3.70       3.07           0.63
                           Building
                           Modernization       of    Training
                           Institute Building at Noida from
              (x)                                                 6.51       6.43           0.08
                           the assistance received from the
                           Government under Plan Fund

2 .2    Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund Account (Schedule 2-column 7)

2.2.1   According to the Actuarial Valuation Report submitted by M/s. Nalin Kapadia,
        Consultant & Actuaries, registered with SEBI by following the guidelines given in
        AS-15 of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and the guidelines of the
        Actuaries Society of India, the total accrued Pension & Gratuity Liability of BIS as on
        31.03.2019 amounted to ` 17,16.43 crore as under:

         Sl.                                                                                Amount
                                          Accrued Liability towards
         No.                                                                                in crore
                      Accrued pension liability for existing pensioners (` 1029.83 crore)
         1.                                                                                  11,77.57
                      and family pensioners (` 147.74 crore)
                      Accrued Pension Liability of existing employees for their past
         2.                                                                                   4,55.52
                      service
                      Accrued Gratuity Liability of existing employees under CCS Pension
         3.                                                                                     83.34
                      Rules (` 74.80 crores) and NPS (` 8.54 crores)
                                                                                    Total    17,16.43

        The above liability as per actuarial valuation as on 31.03.2018 amounted to
        ` 16,75.94 crore.




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2.2.2 The position of the Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund as on 31.03.2019 is given as
      under:

        i)    Opening Balance in the Fund:- The amount available in the Pension & Gratuity
              Liability Fund Account as on 01.04.2018 amounted to ` 16,75,94,16,663.

        ii)   Interest earned by the Fund:- The total interest earned during 2018-19 on
              investments of Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund and Corpus/Capital Fund of BIS
              on accrual basis amounted to ` 1,92,16,35,115. This has been apportioned
              between these two funds in the ratio of opening balance of investment against
              these funds as on 01.04.2018 as given below:
                                                                                             (Amount in Rs.)
                                 Investment                      Opening Balance of   Interest of ` 192,16,35,115
                                                                 Investments as on    for 2018-19 apportioned in
                                                                     01.04.2018       the ratio of opening
                                                                                      balance of Investments as
                                                                                      on 01.04.2018
                Investment towards Pension & Gratuity            1675,94,16,663               157,77,77,704
                Liability Fund A/c {total of Schedule 5
                (Item1) and Schedule 7A, Item 4(a)(iii)(A)(I)}
                General Investments towards Corpus/               365,25,10,502                34,38,57,411
                Capital Fund A/c {Schedule 7A, Item
                4(a)(iii)(B)}

                                    Total                        2041,19,27,165               192,16,35,115

              Accordingly, the interest earnings of ` 157,77,77,704 have been credited to
              "Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund Account" (Schedule 2 Column 7) and the
              remaining interest earnings of ` 34,38,57,411 appear in the Income &
              Expenditure Account (Refer Schedule 10).

        iii) Payments made from the Fund :- The total net payments of pension,
             commutation and gratuity during 2018-19 amounted to ` 103,00,18,540 {Gross
             payments ` 103,32,92,260 minus receipts from deputationists etc. ` 32,73,720}
             This has been debited to `Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund Account'
             {Schedule 2, column 7}.
        iv) Closing balance in the Fund:- As a result of above transactions, the balance in
            the Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund A/C as on 31.03.2019 amounts to
            ` 1730,71,75,827(Schedule 2, column 7).

2.2.3   Since the amount available in the Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund Account as on
        31.03.2019 amounted to ` 1730.72 crores as against the actuarial valuation of
        ` 1716.43 crores therefore, no charge has been made for this fund in the Income &
        Expenditure Account and the entire revenue surplus of ` 461.32 crores for the year
        2018-19 has been carried to Capital/Corpus Fund of BIS

2.3     National Pension Scheme Fund:- The National Pension Scheme(NPS) is applicable
        to all employees who joined BIS after 01.01.2004. The employees' contribution and
        BIS contribution in respect of   those    who are enrolled with the Regulator are
        remitted to PFDRA on monthly basis. However the employees contribution and BIS
        contribution in respect of employees who are yet to be enrolled with the Regulator is
        kept with BIS under NPS Fund Account and is invested by BIS. The interest
        calculated at the rate equivalent to the interest rate of GPF is credited to their




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         accounts. The balance in the NPS Fund with BIS as on 31.03.2019 amounted to
         ` 19,95,125 {Schedule 2, column 6}.

2.4      Investment of BIS Funds

2.4.1    The total investments of BIS Funds: The total Investments of BIS as on
         31.03.2019 amounted to ` 2520,50.90 lakh which represents various funds as under:
                                                                             (Rupees in lakh.)
          Funds against which the            Investment in     Investment in Central      Total
          Investment is represented          Fixed Deposits    Govt.                      Investment
                                             of PSU Bank       Securities/Bonds of
                                                               PSUs*


  i)     Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund        1233,30.85              4,97,40.90        1730,71.75

         General Investment of BIS
  ii)                                             789,59.20                          -           789,59.20
         representing Corpus/ Capital Fund
  iii)   National Pension Scheme Fund                 19.95                          -              19.95

         Total Investment                        20,23,10.00              4,97,40.90       25,20,50.90

                                             (shown under
                                                              (shown under item No.
                                            Schedule 7(A)
                                                                 1 of Schedule 5)
                                              (item 4(a)(iii)
         *(includes premium paid on purchase of Government of India Securities)

         The details of total investments of ` 2520,50.90 lakh as on 31st March 2019 are
         given in Schedule 18.

2.4.2    BIS had made investment of ` 200.00 lakh in the bonds of U.P. Cooperative &
         Spinning Mills Federation Ltd. (UPCSMFL), an undertaking of Uttar Pradesh
         Government on 17.12.1998 @ 16% per annum. UPCSMFL had defaulted in the
         payment of interest and principal on maturity dates. The maturity of principal was due
         on 30.04.2003(33%), 30.10.2003(33%) and 30.04.2004(34%). The interest is under
         default since 01.05.2000 which amounts to ` 128.00 lakh till date of maturity at
         coupon rate. BIS had filed a case through Petition No. 451/2002 before the Hon'ble
         National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC). The Hon'ble NCDRC
         pronounced its judgement on 01.02.2016 and ordered the opposite party No.
         01(UPCSMFL) & opposite party No. 02(Government of Uttar Pradesh, the guarantor)
         to pay a sum of ` 200 lakh jointly and severally to BIS alongwith the interest @ 9%
         only from 01.05.2000 till the date of realization. A Caveat Petition has also been filed
         by BIS in the Hon'ble Supreme Court on 03.03.2016.


         The UPCSMFL filed the Review Petitions No. 48/2017 & 138/2017 praying the
         Hon'ble NCDRC to (i) allow this Review Petition and recall order dated
         01 February 2016 passed by this Hon'ble Court in Original Petition No. 451/2002, and
         (ii) set aside order 01 February 2016 passed by this Hon'ble Court in Original Petition
         No. 451/2002 and hear this case afresh. The Review Petitions were dismissed by
         Hon'ble NCDRC. The Hon'ble NCDRC has issued Dasti Notice of E.A. No. 43 of
         2016 and of all M.A.s filed therein to the Respondents/Judgement Debtors and to the
         official Liquidator. The said Executive application is listed for 4th July 2019 in Hon'ble
         NCDRC.




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2.5     Plan Scheme for setting up of Gold Hall Marking/Assaying Centres in India
        with central assistance: This scheme is being operated by BIS on behalf of the
        Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Department of Consumer
        Affairs, Govt. of India. The Department of Consumer Affairs vide its letter
        No. 8/2/2004-BIS dated 30.09.2005 had conveyed the sanction to the Scheme for
        setting up of Gold Hall Marking/Assaying Centres in India with central assistance.
        The funds of ` 1,00,00,000 were received from the Government during 2018-19.
        The unspent balance under the Scheme as on 31.03.2019 amounted to ` 78,36,976
        which has been carried over to 2019-20. ( Schedule 2, column 1).


2.6     Plan Schemes of Govt. of India- "National System for Standardization(NSS) ­
        Strengthening Standardization at National & International Level " (Schedule 2,
        column 2): The position of funds received, funds spent by BIS during 2018-19 and
        the unspent balance as on 31.03.2019 under the two schemes that are being
        implemented by BIS on behalf of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public
        Distribution, Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India is given as under:
                                                                                            (Amount in Rs.)
      Sl.        Scheme/Particulars              NSS-Strengthening     Consumer              Total
      No.                                        Standardization at    Education and
                                                 National        and   Training, HRD
                                                 International Level   and     Capacity
                                                                       Building
                 Balance          as        on
      (i)                                                 42,38,799         6,19,34,202    6,61,73,001
                 01.04.2018
                 Funds received from
      (ii)                                               1,00,00,000                       1,00,00,000
                 DoCA in 2018-19                                                       -
                 Interest earned credited
      (iii)(a)                                             1,15,626               1,220      1,16,846
                 to Scheme A/c
      (iii)(b)   Other Receipts                                    -                  -
      (iv)       Total {(i) + (ii) + (iii)}              1,43,54,425        6,19,35,422    7,62,89,847
      (v)        Expenditure in 2018-19
      (a)        Capital                                           -                   -
      (b)        Revenue                                 1,29,77,882                   -   1,29,77,882
                 Interest refunded/to be
      (c )                                                12,67,661                    -    12,67,661
                 refunded to DoCA
                 Total Expenditure in
                                                         1,42,45,543                   -   1,42,45,543
                 2018-19 v{(a)+(b)+(c)}
                 Balance       as     on
                 31.03.2019 {(iv) ­ (v)}
      (vi)                                                 1,08,882         6,19,35,422    6,20,44,304
                 {as     per    Schedule
                 2,column 2}
                 Capital      Work     in                          -
      (vii)      Progress against the                                       6,42,82,564    6,42,82,564
                 fund (refer Schedule 4)
                 Funds Available as on
      (viii)                                               1,08,882        ( 23,47,142)*
                 31.03.2019
      *The amount spent in excess of the funds available has been reflected as Accounts
      Recoverable from DoCA,GOI [ Refer Sch. 7 (A) Item 2C (ii)]




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2.7      New Central AC Plant for Manak Bhawan Building by NBCC - The project of
         Installation of New Central AC Plant for Manak Bhawan at HQ was initiated in the
         year 2003-04. National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) was appointed
         as Project Management Consultant(PMC) for the project. The payment of
         ` 86.07 lakh was made to NBCC. However, the project was stopped in June 2006.
         The settlement of Account could not be made due to dispute regarding the manner of
         calculation of consultancy charges payable to NBCC.        It was, therefore, decided
         that no payment shall be released to NBCC against other projects namely
         Construction of JBO Building and NITS Noida till the settlement of accounts with
         NBCC towards this project. The payments of ` 86,07,396 made upto 2008-09 under
         this project have been shown as Capital work-in-progress in the Schedule of Fixed
         Assets[Schedule 4]. Executive Committee(EC)           in its 79th meeting held on
         27 March 2008 had decided to close the contract and agreement with NBCC and
         also approved the project related to air conditioning of both Manak Bhawan &
         Manakalaya, and related civil and electrical works to be undertaken through CPWD.
         This Project by CPWD has been executed and the AC plant is in operation.[(refer
         Note No. 2.1(ii)].

2.8     Capital Expenditure out of BIS Funds
2.8.1   The capital expenditure out of BIS Funds (including adjustment of advances/Capital
        WIP) during 2018-19 amounted to ` 610,83,141 as under ( Refer Schedule 4):
                                                                         (Amt. in Rs.)
                        Addition to Fixed Assets                        2018-19

         Land & Building                                                           77,08,300
         Furniture, Office Equipments & Computers                                 340,82,919
         Laboratory Equipments                                                    181,44,866
         Library Books                                                              3,25,302
         Vehicles                                                                   8,21,754
                                  Total                                           610,83,141

2.8.2   Capital Work-in-Progress : The Capital work-in-progress reflected under Fixed
        Assets Schedule(Schedule 4)           includes various building projects and Air-
        Conditioning project at HQ. The project-wise amount of capital work-in-progress
        reflected in Schedule 4 is given in the following table:
                                                                                 (Amount in lakh)
        Sl. No.                           Project                             Capital work in
                                                                              progress as on
                                                                              31.03.2019
            (i)    Construction of Chandigarh Regional Office Building and               98.84
                   Renovation of Northern Regional Office Laboratory
                   Building, Mohali-CPWD
            (ii)   Construction of Rajkot Office Building-CPWD                           395.94
            (iii) Construction of Jammu Office Building-CPWD                             423.36
            (iv) Modernization of Training Institute Building at Noida from              642.83
                   the assistance received from the Government under
                   Plan Fund-CPWD
            (v)    Air Conditioning of HQ Building-CPWD                                1520.36
            (vi) Replacement of lifts of BIS:HQ-CPWD                                     22.63
            (vii) Renovation of Canteen of BIS:HQ-CPWD                                   22.73
            (viii) Central AC Plant (through NBCC-discontinued) (please                  86.07
                   refer note 2.7)
                                                                      Total            3212.76




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       The expenditure on NRO building project at Sl. (i) has been capitalized except for the
       amount given above. Although, the buildings at Sl. (ii) to (iv) have already been
       occupied by BIS and the projects at Sl. (v to vii) have also been completed, however,
       the expenditure incurred on these buildings could not be capitalized as on 31.03.2019
       in the absence of category-wise & item-wise inventory statements which have not
       been provided by CPWD. Therefore, depreciation on these Buildings could not be
       provided. The expenditure on these buildings will be capitalized and depreciation will
       be charged after the detailed statements are received from CPWD.


2.09   Surplus in General Provident Fund Accounts: There was a surplus (i.e. excess of
       income over expenditure) of ` 85,48,121 in BIS Employees General Provident Fund
       Accounts during 2018-19. This surplus is due to higher yield earned by BIS on
       investments of GPF as compared to the interest credited to subscribers Accounts.
       This has been treated as income of the Bureau as per the Accounting Policy
       [Schedule 13 Item (g)].

2.10   Income-Tax Exemption:

2.10.1 Central Board of Direct Taxes(CBDT), Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance,
       Govt. of India, vide its Notification No. 88/2014 dated 23.12.2014 had notified BIS
       under Section 10 (46) of Income-tax Act, 1961 for the Assessment Years 2012-13 to
       2016-17. The CBDT has further notified BIS under this section for the Assessment
       Years 2017-18 to 2021-22 vide Notification No. 111/2016 dated 01.12.2016. As a
       result of this notification of CBDT, the income of BIS is not taxable till Assessment
       Year 2021-22.

2.10.2 Income-tax Exemption granted to BIS under section 10(23)(c)(iv) which was
       withdrawn by DG:IT(E) vide order dated 24.02.2012 from Assessment Year 2009-10
       and onwards was restored by it vide order dated 04.12.2012 in compliance with the
       order of Hon'ble High Court of Delhi. Therefore, the tax exemption of BIS under
       section 10(23)(c)(iv) of Income Tax Act is also available. The DG IT(E) had filed
       SLP in Hon'ble Supreme Court under Article 136 of the Constitution of India against
       allowing the Writ Petition of BIS by the Hon'ble High Court of Delhi. The SLP filed by
       DG:IT(E) has been converted into Civil Appeal which is pending in the Hon'ble
       Supreme Court.

2.11   The Annual Accounts have been prepared in the Uniform Formats of Accounts
       prescribed by the Ministry of Finance.

2.12   The previous year figures have been re-grouped wherever found necessary to make
       them comparable with current year groups and figures.

2.13   Figures in Final Accounts have been rounded off to the nearest rupee.




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                                BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
SCHEDULE 18: INVESTMENT


                                                                                    (Amount in Lakh)
Sl. No. Name of Institution                                         Investment at     Indicative
                                                                    cost              Market Value of
                                                                                      investment*
1       INVESTMENT OF BIS FUNDS
1.1     Investment with Banks in Fixed Deposits

1.1.1   Andhra Bank                                                       17900.00           17900.00
1.1.2   Bank of India                                                       2189.00           2189.00
1.1.3   Canara Bank                                                       16160.00           16160.00
1.1.4   Corporation Bank                                                  11740.00           11740.00
1.1.5   Industrial Development Bank of India                                7050.00           7050.00
1.1.6   Indian Bank                                                         8180.00           8180.00
1.1.7   Punjab & Sind Bank                                                  9360.00           9360.00
1.1.8   Punjab National Bank                                              61766.00           61766.00
1.1.9   State Bank of India
        State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur                   10740.00
        State Bank of India                               4050.00
        State Bank of Mysore                              2280.00
        State Bank of Patiala                            13170.00
        State Bank of Travancore                          3200.00         33440.00           33440.00
1.1.10 Syndicate Bank                                                       5905.00           5905.00
1.1.11 Vijaya Bank                                                        28620.00           28620.00
        TOTAL (1.1)                                                      202310.00          202310.00
1.2     Government of India Securities - Quoted

        Face Value                                       46310.40
        Premium (Net of amortization)                      3230.5         49540.90           48655.64

        TOTAL (1.2)                                                       49540.90           48655.64
1.3     Investment with PSUs & Financial Institutions
        in Bonds & Deposits

1.3.1   U.P. Co-operative Spinning Mills Federation                          200.00            200.00
        Ltd.(UPCSMFL) Bonds (see note 2.4.2 of
        Schedule 17)
        TOTAL (1.3)                                                          200.00            200.00
        TOTAL                                                            252050.90          251165.64
        TOTAL INVESTMENT OF Rs.252050.90
        LAKH OF BIS REPRESENTS FOLLOWING
        FUNDS:
        (see Note 2.4.1 of Schedule 17)
  a)    Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund Account:
        Under Schedule 7(A),Item 4(a) (iii) (A) (I)     123330.85
        Under Schedule 5 (Item 1)                        49740.90        173071.75
  b)    Corpus/Capital Fund
        under Schedule 7(A) Item 4(a)(iii)(B)                             78959.20
  c)    National Pension Scheme Fund                                           19.95
        Under Schedule 7(A) Item 4(a)(iii)(A)(III)
        Total Investments of BIS Funds                                   --------------
                                                                         252050.90




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2       INVESTMENT OF EMPLOYEES FUND
2.1     General Provident Fund{(see Schedule 5 and
        Schedule 7(A), item 4(a)(iii)(A)(II)}
2.1.1   Government of India Securities - Quoted                                          2544.27     2656.48
2.1.2   State Government Securities - Quoted                                             4337.63     4504.68
2.1.3   Special Deposits with RBI                                                        3127.08     3127.08
2.1.4   Debentures and Bonds of PSUs & Financial                                          895.70      914.36
        institutions - Quoted
2.1.5   Equities and related investment-Mutual Funds -                                    170.00      231.30
        Quoted

2.1.6   Fixed Deposits with Banks                                                        2985.81     2985.81

        TOTAL(2)                                                                        14060.49    14419.71

        GRAND TOTAL(1+2)                                                               266111.39   265585.35

NOTE* :
      Market Value of investments have been made available by BIS Fund Manager M/s. IDBI Capital
      Markets & Securities Ltd., Mumbai . The securities have been valued at market price where market
      quotes were available or at face value/purchase price if the market quotes are not available. The
      market quotes were not available in respect of UPCSMFL Bonds. The Fixed Deposits with Banks
      have been shown at face values. The break-up is as follows:


        The aggregate quoted investment                        57488.50 (Market value 56962.46)
        The aggregate unquoted investment                     208622.89
        (including fixed deposits)
                                                         ---------------------------
        Total Investment                                      266111.39




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                                                                                RECEIPTS & PAYMENTS ACCOUNT
                                                                                                                                                                                                Amount in Rupees


                       A. RECEIPTS & PAYMENTS ACCOUNT OF BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS FOR THE YEAR 2018-19

                                            RECEIPTS                                                                                        PAYMENTS

                                   PARTICULARS                        Current Year     Previous Year                                PARTICULARS                             Current Year        Previous Year


                I.   Opening Cash and Bank Balances                     264,596,202       225,149,104 I. Establishment & Administrative Expenses                             2,537,096,573       2,587,102,325


                II. Grants received from Govt. of India                  20,000,000        20,000,000 II. Payments made against Funds for
                                                                                                            various Projects
                III. Interest received on Investments                  1,625,740,123    1,022,264,803     a) Scheme for setting up of Hall Marking Centres                       5,191,262             7,268,312
                                                                                                          b) Quality Infrastructure for Consumer Protection-XIth Plan          14,129,917            17,460,744
                IV. Income from Earmarked Endowment                         458,094           500,215
                                                                                                        III. Investments and Deposits made (Net)                             4,816,300,000       2,962,648,900
                V. Interest received- Saving Bank Accounts                 2,590,954        2,903,800

                                                                                                         IV. Expenditure on Fixed Assets                                       42,712,808            51,596,340
                VI. Quality Infrastrucutre for Consumer Protection-                                    0 V. Other Payments
                XIth Plan
                                                                                                          a) Current Assets, Current Liabilities and Inter Accounts (Net)    1,564,312,131       1,348,841,630
                VII. Income- Services, Sales and Miscellaneous         7,317,617,495    5,966,353,078     b) Pension/Gratuity Benefits                                       1,033,264,210       1,239,160,137
                                                                                                          c) Benevolent Fund Benefits                                             400,000                100,000

                VIII. Other Receipts                                                                    VI Closing Balance

                      a) Pension & Gratuity Liability Fund             1,032,973,720    1,241,341,630       - Cash and Imprest                                                    221,061                294,416

                      b) Benevolent Fund                                    243,660           261,960       - Bank                                                            250,592,286          264,301,786



                                       TOTAL                          10,264,220,248    8,478,774,590                                    TOTAL                              10,264,220,248       8,478,774,590



                                       B. RECEIPTS & PAYMENTS ACCOUNT OF GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND FOR THE YEAR 2018-19

                I.   Opening Bank Balance                                   927,934             5,409 I. Withdrawals & Final Payments                                         358,548,612           310,564,984


                II. Interest Received on Investments                    100,654,053        97,741,649 II. Advances to employees                                                  4,355,000             5,390,484


                III. Employees' Subscriptions                           216,108,029       231,247,778 III. Death Linked Insurance                                                 180,000                120,000


                IV. Refund of advances                                     2,889,690        2,728,429 IV. Investments and Deposits made(net)                                   47,003,220            60,628,303


                V. Other Receipts - Current Assets                       94,900,000        51,834,000 V. Other Payments
                                                                                                           a) Current Liabilities                                                           -          6,180,536
                VI. Interest received- Saving Bank Accounts                 261,817           256,059      b) Bank Charges                                                          1,767                   1,083


                                                                                                        VI. Closing Bank Balance                                                 5,652,924               927,934


                                       TOTAL                            415,741,523       383,813,324                                    TOTAL                                415,741,523           383,813,324




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                                      BIS OFFICES
Headquarters Telephones
Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi110002                        01123230131
Email: info@bis.org.in, Website: www.bis.org.in Fax: +911123239402, 23230131 01123233375

NITS
Plot No. A2021, Industrial Area, Sector 62, Gautam Budh Nagar, Noida201307        01204670232

Regional Offices
Central: Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi110002                 01123237617
Eastern: 1/14 CIT Scheme VII M, V.I.P. Road, Kankurgachi, Kolkata700054           03323208499
Northern: SCO 335336, Sector 34A, Chandigarh160022                               0172 2659072
Southern: C.I.T. Campus, IV Cross Road, Chennai600113                             04422541442
Western: Manakalaya, E9 MIDC, Behind Marol Telephone Exchange,
          Andheri (E), Mumbai400093                                              02228329295

Branch offices
Andhra Pradesh
M4 Block, Manoranjan Complex, M.J. Road, Nampally, Hyderabad500001               04024731082
1st Floor, Udyog Bhavan, VUDA Complex, Siripuram Junction,
Vishakhapatnam530003                                                             08912712833

Bihar
Patliputra Industrial Estate, Patna800013                                        06122262808

Chhatisgarh
Govind Sarang Complex, 2nd Floor, New Rajendra Nagar, Raipur492006               07712419404

Gujarat
'Pushpak' Nurmohamed Shaikh Marg, Khanpur, Ahmedabad380001                       07925601348
NSIC Technical Service Centre, Ist floor, Bhavnagar Road,
Aji Industrial Area, Rajkot360003                                                02812385160

Haryana
SCO 21, Sector 12, Faridabad121007                                               01292292175

Himachal Pradesh
H.No.15, Sector3, Parwanoo, Distt Solan173 220                                    0792235437

Jharkhand
F/10A, Namdih Road, P.O. Burmamines, Jamshedpur831007                     06572345481, 2345498

Jammu & Kashmir
Lane No. 4, SIDCO Industrial Complex, Bari Brahmana, Jammu ­ 181133       01923-222690, 222696




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Karnataka
Peenya Industrial Area, 1st Stage, BangaloreTumkur Road, Bangalore560058       08028394955

Kerala
II Floor, Vankarath Towers, Signal Junction, NH Bye Pass Road,
Palarivattom, Kochi682024                                                  0484341174/75/76

Maharashtra
Plot No. 657660, Market Yard, Gultkdi, Pune411037                              02024274804
N.I.T Building, Second floor, Gokulpat Market, Nagpur440010                    07122565171

Madhya Pradesh
Commercialcumoffice Complex, Manakalaya, Opp. Dushera Maidan,
E5, Arera Colony, Bittan Market, Bhopal462016                                  07552423449

NorthEast
2nd Floor, West End Block, HOUSEFED Building Complex,
Beltola Basistha Road, Dispur, Guwahati781006                                  03612225937
Adjacent to R & C Laboratory, Durgapur Steel Plant, Durgapur713 203            03432583178

Orissa
62/63, Ganga Nagar, Unit VI, Bhubaneshwar 751001                               06742393627

Rajasthan
Prithavi Raj Road, Opposite Bharat Overseas Bank, CScheme, Jaipur302001        01412223282

Tamilnadu
5TH Floor, Kovai Towers, 44 Bala Sundaram Road, Coimbatore641018               04222240141

Uttaranchal
C43, Sector 1, Defence Colony, Dehradun248001                                  01352665272

Uttar Pradesh
Savitri Complex, 116 G.T. Road, Ghaziabad201001                                01202861498
4th Floor, B2 Block, PICUP Bhawan, Gomtinagar, Lucknow226010                   05222306664




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                             LABORATORIES OF BIS
Laboratory in Regions
Central Region
Plot No. 20/9, Site IV, Sahibabad Industrial Area, Sahibabad201010             01204177100

Eastern Region
P230, C.I.T. Scheme VII M, BlockW, Kankurgachi, Kolkata700054                  0332355658

Northern Region
B69, Phase VII, SAS Nagar, Industrial Focal Point, Mohali160051                01723246935

Western Region: E9, M.I.D.C., Behind Marol Telephone Exchange,
Andheri (East), Mumbai400093                                                   02228327856

Southern Region: C.I.T Campus, IV Cross Road, Chennai600 113                   04422541208

Laboratory in Branches
Peenya Industiral Area, Ist Stage, BangaloreTumkur Road, Bangalore560058       08023721442
Pataliputra Industrial Estate, Patna800013                                     06122262808
2nd Floor, West End Block, HOUSEFED Building Complex, Beltola Basistha Road,
Dispur, Guwahati781006                                                         03612225937




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