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The Republic of India

The Republic of India became a Member State in 1957.

Representatives of the NMIs or designated institutes of the Republic of India (see CIPM MRA) participate in the following Consultative Committees:


Dr K.S. Krishnan Road
110012 New Delhi
Tel.: + 91 11 2584 6296
Fax: + 91 11 575 2678/11 576 4189
Web: http://www.nplindia.org/
Participating in the CIPM MRA since: 14 October 1999

Signed by: Arup Kumar RAYCHAUDHURI (then Director, NPLI)
  • CSIR National Physical Laboratory of India (NPLI), New Delhi

  • Designated institute(s):
  • For ionizing radiation: Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai (from 28 July 2003)

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    The following institutes are authorized to use the CIPM MRA logo, for the fields of measurement supported by CMCs published in the KCDB:

    NPLI from 2 March 2007

    Over the last 15 years this State has benefited from BIPM comparison and calibration services in the following fields:

    • Chemistry
    • Electricity
    • Ionizing Radiation
    • Mass
    • Time

    BIPM calibration certificates issued to the Republic of India and/or its NMI(s)

    Delegates at the meeting of the CGPM in November 2018:
    • Dr Thanikachalam Devarajan Senguttuvan
    • Prof. Dinesh Kumar Aswal
    • Mr Shri Avinash K. Srivastava (Head of Delegation)

    Nationals having participated in/benefited from the BIPM CBKT programme:

    National institutes having sponsored a BIPM CBKT initiative (in full or in part):

    • No sponsorship yet

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