₹2 lakh. “QCOs are issued in the interest of consumers, so that end-users should get a quality product and manufacturers should comply with prescribed standards.
QCOs would prevent the sale of substandard or potentially harmful goods. Additionally, compliance with QCOs enhances transparency in product information, allowing consumers to make informed choices," Shubhay, a lawyer at the Supreme Court, said.
“The QCOs aim to improve the manufacturing quality standards and enhance the quality ecosystem in India. Secondly, the enforcement of mandatory compliance and the consequences for non-compliance (such as fines or imprisonment) promote accountability among manufacturers and importers," said Deepa Seshadri, partner, Deloitte India.Milestone Alert!
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