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Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification (STQC) is an authority established in 1980, with the motive to provide quality assurance services through the network of laboratories and centers for IT and Electronics to provide customer centric and recognized quality assurance services based on the global standards to ensure universal acceptance.
In a nutshell, STQC enhances the competitiveness and processes of the Electronics and IT industry to provide products and services of international standards.
STQC is engaged in providing Testing, Calibration, IT and E-governance, Training and Certification services, which possess national or global accreditation and recognition for testing and calibration.
Moreover, STQC has recognized as the Core Assurance Service Provider in IT and Electronics sector in India and is represented in the all fundamental national forums such as Bureau of Indian Standards, National Accreditation Board For Test and Calibration Laboratories (NABL), Quality Council of India (QCI), including prime industry associations.
It is a third part certification scheme established for Electronic sector with the motive to provide appropriate confidence level through system assessment, product testing, and surveillence.
It is a multilateral certification system which is based on the International Electro-Technical Commission (IEC) standards. Typically, IECEE-CB is a scheme under IEC which ensures conformity testing and certification of the electro-technical equipment and component.
NOTE- In case of any non-conformance reported during factory inspection and product testing, the STQC certification will only be issued after taking the corrective measures to rectify them.
It is a comprehensive scheme the Ministry of Transport has developed in association with NIC (National Informatics Centers which is fundamentally used in Driving licenses, Electronic passports, and more.
It's fundamental objective is to provide quality assessed authentication or enrolment Biometric devices, including QR Code scanner device for offline authentication as it provides safe, reliable, and secure devices as well as a device that has met the UIDAI standards.
Obtaining STQC certification is challenging because it includes a comprehensive process of inspection, product testing, meeting certification prerequisites, and more. Moreover, an individual must be aware of the standards of the ISO, IEC, and product requirements, as applicable on a product.
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The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) or Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) helps the STQCV to form guidelines, or framework, or standards for emerging sectors such as Block Chain, Network Connected Medical devices, Zero Trust Architecture, Big Data, Anonymization, and more.
ERTL and ETDC are essentially engaged in the testing and calibration services, including other specialized institutes such as Indian Institute of Quality Management (IIQM) (for quality related training programmes), Center for Reliability (CFR) (for reliability related services).
STQC is an authority which is responsible for providing quality assurance services in the IT and Electronics sector by using the network of laboratories and centers.
An STQC certified biometric device is a device which complies with the testing and certification requirements established by the STQC. It includes authentic or enrollment biometric devices, including QR Code Scanner for offline authentication.
International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) which includes national standards bodies for 91 nations, whose fundamental function is to frame global standards to enhance the exchange of goods and services globally. Out of all the standards of ISO, ISO 9001 is the quality management standard.
Validity- 3 years
Surveillance- 3 surveillance assessments will be conducted at the interval of 6th, 16th, and 26th months.
1. Product Safety Certification Based on IEC Standards (S Mark)
In the Electronics Sector, Safety Certification (S Mark) scheme is the Third party certification scheme which is encouraged by STQC certification services, Standardization and Quality Certification Directorate, MeitY (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology), Government of India. The motive of this scheme is to provide an appropriate level of confidence through system assessment, product testing, and subsequent surveillance to ensure that a product complies with the IEC (International Electro-technical Commission) safety standards.
Validity- 3 years from the date of certification
Surveillance- 2 surveillance will be conducted at the interval of a year from the date of certification.
2. IECEE - CB Certification
It is the Scheme of International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) for compliance with Testing and Certification of Electro-technical equipment and components. Moreover, it is based on the mutual test results among countries members.
Validity- 3 years
Surveillance- 2 surveillance will be conducted at the interval of a year from the date of certification in the duration of certificate.
3. Agency Inspection Services
Product certification under STQC is a Full Certification System (FCS) under IECEE- CB Scheme provides experienced and reliable factor inspection services for product certifications. Moreover, besides providing factory inspection services to its clients, it also provides services to global test houses and certification bodies.
1. Information Security Management System (ISMS)
It is a third party certification scheme which is based on ISO or IEC 27001 standards and provides ISMS certification services since November 2001, in India or globally.
2. IT Service Management (ITSM)
It includes management of IT services such as Planning, Delivery, Support, Security, and ICT infrastructure required for provision for customer service quality.
3. Website Quality Certification
This Scheme is based on the national and global standards with the fundamental motive to protect websites from the various security threats, increasing accessibility, committed services, and ensuring compliance with the established guidelines for Indian Government Websites (GIGW- 2018).
4. Common Criteria Certification
Common Criteria Recognition Arrangements (CCRA) (as a Certificate Authorizing Nation) has recognized the Indian Common Criteria Scheme (IC3S), which is operated by STQC Dte, MeitY. The motive of Indian Common Criteria Scheme (IC3S) is to certify and evaluate IT Security Products and Protection Profiles (PP).
5. Smart Card Testing and Certification
STQC has developed a comprehensive scheme for Smart testing and certification scheme for the Ministry of Transport accompanied with the National Informatics Center (NIC). NIC and STQC jointly test the smart cards used in India such as driving license or vehicle registration certificate, Electronic Passport (E-passport), Multipurpose National Identity Card (MNIC), and Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana.
6. Bio- Metric Devices Testing and Certification
The fundamental aim of Certification of Biometric Devices (BDCS) is to ensure availability of quality assessed authentication or enrolment Biometric Devices, including the QR Code Scanner device for offline authentication for user agencies. In brief, it is to ensure that a biometric device is safe, reliable, and secure, as well as has met the requirements of the UIDAI.
7. Software and System Certification
An STQC has developed a comprehensive scheme for the Software and System Certification. Under this scheme, software is defined as each or some part of the programmes, procedures, rules, and any associated documentation of an information processing system as a blend of interacting elements which are organized for one or more stated purposes.
On the contrary, the IT system is human-made, created and utilized to provide products and services in a certain environment for users’ and stakeholders’ benefit.
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