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    1 : 1 Rule making in India For Safety & Emissions Shrikant Marathe Director The Automotive Research Association of India, November 2007 Informal document No. WP29-143-20 (143rd WP29, 13–16 November, 2007, agenda item 7.)
    2 : 2 Outline of presentation Institutional structure Automotive Industry Standards Committee Central Motor Vehicles Rules-Technical Standing Committee (CMVR-TSC) Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Standing Committee on Implementation of Emission Legislation (SCOE) Type Approval and Conformity Of Production In –use vehicles
    3 : 3 Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways (Motor Vehicles Act & Central Motor Vehicles Rules) Standing Committee on Implementation of Emission Legislation Chairman- Joint Secretary, MoSRT&H Members: Tests Agencies, SIAM, TMA, MoP&NG, MoHI&PE, MoEF & Others CMVR-Technical Standing Committee Chairman- Joint Secretary, MoSRT&H Members: Test Agencies, SIAM, ACMA, TMA, MoHI&PE, BIS & Others Automotive Industry Standards Committee Chairman- S R Marathe, Director, ARAI Institutional Framework for Automotive Regulations Emission Safety 3 Bureau of Indian Standards (Transport Divisional Counci)l Ministry of Environment & Forests Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
    4 : 4 Institutional structure for automotive regulations Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways is the nodal ministry for motor vehicle regulations in India Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 and Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR), 1989, are principal instruments governing motor vehicles in the country Motor Vehicle Act can be amended by Parliament (Union Legislature) and CMVR by the concerned Ministry through G.S.R (General Statutory Rules ) and S.O ( Statutory Order ) Safety standards and emission norms are recommended for introduction by Central Motor Vehicles Rules-Technical Standing Committee (CMVR-TSC) and Standing Committee on Implementation of Emission Legislation (SCOE) Safety standards are prepared by Automotive Industry Standards Committee and Bureau of Indian Standards
    5 : 5 Automotive Industry Standards Committee (AISC) AISC – a committee set up by MoSRT&H Standards in AISC are prepared by separate Panel comprising of representatives of various stakeholder associations. AISC considers various aspects like the status of technology, time frame required for implementation, necessity of a particular regulation in relation to the safety and emission issues, etc. Finalised draft hosted on AISC secretariat website for wide circulation Standards prepared by AISC are submitted to CMVR-TSC for approval
    6 : 6 Composition of Automotive Industry Standards Committee Director, ARAI – Chairman Representative from Deptt. of Heavy Industry Representative from Deptt. of IPP Representative from Deptt. of RT&H Representative from Bureau of Indian Standards Representative from VRDE 3 Representatives from SIAM 2 Representatives from ACMA Representative from ARAI – Member Secretary
    7 : 7 Central Motor Vehicle Rule- Technical Standing Committee (CMVR-TSC) Joint Secretary, MoSRT&H is Chairman, CMVR-TSC CMVR-TSC comprises representatives Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) Select State Governments Testing agencies SIAM User groups – invitees
    8 : 8 Central Motor Vehicle Rule- Technical Standing Committee (CMVR-TSC) CMVR-TSC adopts finalised standards and recommends implementations Standards notified through General Statutory Rule/Statutory Order Indian standards issued by Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) also notified under CMVR General Statutory Rules (GSR) – first draft notification issued- : 45-60 days given for comments Approval of the Secretary (MOSRTH) and the Minister Final notification is issued
    9 : 9 Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Two Committees for automotive related standards Transport Engineering Division (TED) Civil Engineering Division (CED) 17 Sectional Committees under TED Council About 8 Sectional Committees for automotive standards
    10 : 10 Standing Committee on Implementation of Emission Legislation (SCOE) Joint Secretary, MoSRT&H is Chairman, SCOE SCOE comprises of representatives of : Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (MoP&NG) Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises (MoHI&PE) Testing Agencies SIAM
    11 : 11 Standing Committee on Implementation of Emission Legislation (SCOE) Currently dual norms – one set of norms for 11 major cities and another for rest of the country- necessitated on account of pollution levels and availability of requisite fuel Emission norms issued through gazette notification- draft notification issued first and thereafter final notification is issued after due consideration of comments received, approval of the Secretary (MOSRTH) and the Minister.
    12 : 12 Type Approval Procedure in India Every manufacturer of motor vehicles other than trailers and semi-trailers submit the prototype of the vehicle to be manufactured for test by a test agency under Rule 126 of Central Motor vehicles Rules 1989 for granting a certificate by that agency as to the compliance of provisions of the Act and Rules. This is mandatory since 1.4.1991.
    13 : 13 Type Approval Procedure in India Six Testing agencies currently authorised Automotive Research Association Of India, Pune, Vehicle Research & Development Establishment, Ahmednagar, Central Farm Machinery Testing and Training Institute, Budni, Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun, Central Institute of Road Transport, Pune and International centre for Automotive Technology, Manesar The process of the type approval generally takes about three months. The same procedure is applicable to imported vehicles and components also.
    14 : 14 Conformity Of Production(COP) for emission The test agency randomly selects a vehicle at specified periodicity from the factory. Running in, and servicing prescribed in the manual are carried out on this vehicle under the supervision of the test agency. Emission tests (mass emission and tail pipe emission) are carried out by the test agency. COP provisions provide for extended trials and recall in the case of failure Presently COP procedure is limited to only emissions We plan to introduce for components in future 2~3 years
    15 : 15 In –Use vehicles All in-use vehicles have to undergo a mandatory Pollution check once in six months All transport vehicles have to undergo an annual fitness check
    16 : 16 THANK YOU

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