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ISI Full Form – What Is The Full Form Of ISI

ISI Full Form – Indian Standards Institute

ISI Full Form – Inter-Service Intelligence

ISI Full Form – Indian Statistical Institute

Indian Standards Institute

ISI Full Form is Indian Standards Institute. It is a Certification Mark that is attached to the product being sold in the market. The ISI was established on 6 January 1947 and Dr. Lal C. Verman became the first Director of ISI in June 1947. This mark indicates that the product sold in the market is recognized by the Indian Standard Institute and can be sold in the market.

It has been developed by the National Standard Body of India named Bureau of Indian Standards. It is printed on almost every product sold in the market. If you do not see this mark on any product, it means that the product is being sold without any test and without government approval.

Products With ISI Marks

• Electrical Products (Switches, Electric Motors, Wiring Cables etc)

• Heater

• Kitchen Appliances

• Portland Cement

• LPG Valves

• LPG Cylinders

• Tires

Inter-Service Intelligence

ISI Stands for Inter – Service Intelligence. It is the largest intelligence agency of Pakistan. Its Headquartered is located in Islamabad. It provides both internal and external security for Pakistan. In this, officers from all the three parts of the army work for the ISI. The reason for its establishment was the failure to exchange information in the Indo-Pak war in 1947.

Indian Statistical Institute

It is a university housed in Kolkata, West Bengal. It has other branches in Delhi, Bangalore, Tejpur and Chennai. It was founded by Professor P.C. Mahalanobis on 17 December 1931 in Kolkata.

Objectives Of Indian Statistical Institute

  • To promote the study and dissemination of knowledge of Statistics, to develop statistical theory and methods, and their use in research and practical applications generally, with special reference to problems of planning of national development and social welfare;
  • To undertake research in various fields of natural and social sciences,; 
  • To provide for, and undertake, the collection of information, investigation, projects and operational research for purposes of planning and the improvement of efficiency of management and production.

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