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Orgnisation of IEC Code - Online Modification Form

Modification Application Form

  • Select Entity *

  • Entity Name as per pan card *

  • Entity/ Organization PAN *

  • Mobile No.*

  • Email *

Instructions

  1. IEC No : Fill the IEC No.

  2. Name of Business/Person : Fill the name of business according to offcial documents.व्यावसायिक दस्तावेजों के अनुसार व्यवसाय / व्यक्ति का नाम भरें

  3. Email Id : Fill registered email id of business or Person.व्यवसाय या व्यक्ति की पंजीकृत ईमेल आईडी भरें

  4. Mobile No : Fill Mobile No.मोबाइल नंबर भरें

  5. Address : Fill the Full Address.पूरा पता भरें

  6. Personal Details: Fill Your Personal Details like Email, Phone no and Name Properly.अपना व्यक्तिगत विवरण जैसे ईमेल, फोन नंबर और नाम ठीक से भरें।

Procedure To Obtain
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Benefits Of IEC Registration Certificate

  • What is the Full Form of IEC?

    The full form of IEC is Importer- Exporter Code. IEC is regarded as a key business identification number that is compulsory for the purpose of export from India as well for the purpose of import to India. Without having an IEC no export as well as import must be made by any person.

  • How much time will take to obtain IEC?

    The abbreviation of IEC is Importer- Exporter Code. IEC is regarded as a key business identification number that is compulsory for the purpose of export from India as well for the purpose of import to India. Without having an IEC no export as well as import must be made by any person. It is not a hard process but an easy process to obtain IEC Code from the DGFT within a time span of 10-15 days after the submission of the application. After the IEC Code is obtained, the code is used for the purpose of import as well as export.

  • What is the validity of IEC?

    IEC is regarded as a key business identification number that is compulsory for the purpose of export from India as well for the purpose of import to India. Without having an IEC no export as well as import must be made by any person. It is not a hard process but an easy process to obtain IEC Code from the DGFT within a time span of 10-15 days after the submission of the application. After the IEC Code is obtained, the code is used for the purpose of import as well as export. The validity of IEC Code remains for its lifetime unless and until one’s cancelled it.

  • Documents Required in case of Proprietor?

    The abbreviation of IEC is Importer- Exporter Code. IEC is regarded as a key business identification number that is compulsory for the purpose of export from India as well for the purpose of import to India. Without having an IEC no export as well as import must be made by any person. The following documents required in case of proprietor are:

    • a) Pan Card.
    • b) Aadhar Card.
    • c) Electricity Bill or Rent Deed.
    • d) Cancel Cheque.

  • Documents Required in case of Partnership?

    The full form of IEC is Importer- Exporter Code. IEC is regarded as a key business identification number that is compulsory for the purpose of export from India as well for the purpose of import to India. Without having an IEC no export as well as import must be made by any person. The documents required in case of Partnership are as follows:

    • a) Partnership Firm Pan Card.
    • b) Partnership Deed.
    • c) Aadhar Card and Pan Card of all partners.
    • d) Cancel Cheque of Partnership Firm.

  • Documents Required in case of Private Limited or LLP?

    The documents that are required in case of Private Limited or LLP are:

    • a) Company Pan Card.
    • b) Incorporation Certificate.
    • c) Aadhar Card and Pan Card of all Directors.
    • d) Cancel Cheque of Company.

  • What is the Applicability of IEC?

    An Importer Exporter Code is mandatory for the export as well as import of goods. IEC Code is necessary for those who wants to start their import/export business. The IEC Code is issued by the DGFT and it is a 10-digit code that has validity for lifetime. The IEC Code is compulsory only for the purpose of commercial and business.

  • Can you Apply for the Modification in IEC?

    Yes, one can definitely apply for the modification of IEC by updating their existing importer- exporter certificate.

  • Procedure to Apply IEC Registration?

    The full form of IEC is Importer- Exporter Code. IEC is regarded as a key business identification number that is compulsory for the purpose of export from India as well for the purpose of import to India. Without having an IEC no export as well as import must be made by any person. The Procedure to apply IEC Registration are as follows:

    • One should fill the online application form.
    • Should upload the required documents.
    • Must make an online payment.
    • Then, the IEC expert will call the applicant to process his/her application.
    • Finally, receive his/her certificate via mail.
  • How to Apply for IEC Registration?

    The applicant must fill the IEC Registration form and make payment. Otherwise, the applicant can also send their documents at infoieccodeindia@gmail.com.

  • What if you Don’t Know How to Fill this Form?

    If the applicant doesn’t know the procedures to fill the IEC Registration Form then he/she can call the IEC executive. Only the required documents one must have to send to them along with the payment. Then the IEC expert will do everything for the applicant.

  • Do you apply IEC earlier on same PAN?

    With the introduction of GST, IEC Code is issued is the same as the PAN of the firm. The IEC Code is applied on behalf of a firm that may be a Partnership, LLP, Limited Company, Proprietorship, Trust, HUF. The firm should have a PAN, bank account in the name of the firm along with the valid address before getting applied.

Frequently Asked Question

  • What is an international standard?

    International standard are known as technical standards created by the international organisations like Codex Alimentarius in food, the World Health Organisation Guidelines in health, or ITU Recommendations in ICT and are funded publicly and also are available freely for consideration and are use worldwide.

  • How can I purchase IEC Standards and other IEC publications?

    For purchasing IEC Standards and other IEC Publications one need to follow few steps and they are as follows:

    • a) One must go to the Government Website of DGFT, then on the left-hand side, under Quick Links one can see Online IEC Application and then have to click on that.
    • b) Then the applicant must click on LOGIN FOR IEC ONLINE page when it appears. Then the applicant must enter their PAN Number.
    • c) The applicant has to update the Master Data and all the steps are mentioned in details.
    • c) The applicant has to update the Master Data and all the steps are mentioned in details.
    • e) Next the applicant has to make payment and the amount is 500/-.
    • f) Next, PREVIEW the applicant have an option to preview the application and can make necessary changes if required.
    • g) Finally, the applicant must submit the IEC application. The most important thing one have to keep in mind while submitting that the applicant must be very careful while choosing the correct Jurisdiction DGFT as per the location.
  • How are standards developed?

    Standards are developed through consensus by committees of affected stakeholders which may include representatives from industry, academia, governments, public interest. These committees are created and managed by an organisation that specialises in the standards development.

  • What are horizontal standards?

    Horizontal standards means general standards that are applicable to multiple industries. Horizontal Standards are the OSHA standards that are applicable to most of the workplaces. For examples: PPE, Fire Protection, Hazard Communication.

  • What is conformity assessment?

    Conformity assessment confirms products’ compliance with the requirements of applicable standards as well as technical regulations. Conformity of products is a proof by the issuance of a certificate of Conformity (CoC), a document that is compulsory for the clearance of customs.

  • What is IECEE?

    IECEE is the IEC System for Conformity Assessment Schemes for Electrotechnical Equipment as well as components. IECEE is a multilateral certification system based on IEC International Standards. The members of the IECEE use the principle of mutual recognition of test results to get certification at national level around the world. The Schemes of IECEE looks after the safety, quality, efficiency and overall performance of components, devices and equipment for homes, offices, workshops, health facilities. Among all, IECEE covers almost 22 categories of electrical and electronic and testing services. The IECEE schemes help to reduce the barrier of trade caused by different certification criteria in different countries an helps the industry to access new markets. Moreover, the IECEE schemes eliminates the delays and costs of multiple testing and allows companies to market their products faster by reducing overall manufacturing costs.

  • What is IECQ?

    The abbreviation of IECQ is International Electrotechnical Commission Quality Assessment System for Electronic Components. The IECQ is a worldwide approval and a certification system which covers the supply of electronic components and associated materials and assembles and processes. IECQ uses quality assessment specifications that are based on International Standards prepared by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The IECQ is all about cost-cutting as well as assurance.

  • What is IECRE?

    IECRE is regarded as the IEC System for Certification to Standard relating to equipment for the usage in Renewable Energy Applications. The aims of IECRE are to facilitate international trade in equipment and services for the use in Renewable Energy Sectors while maintaining the required level of safety.

  • What is IECEx?

    The abbreviation of IECEx is International Electrotechnical Commission System for Certification to Standards Relating to Equipment for the usage in Explosive Atmosphere. IECEx supplies a risk management tool for manufacturers, regulators, and users of equipment used in hazardous areas or explosion from flammable or explosion.

  • How can I get involved with IEC?

    Any country that can demonstrate that its National Committee has been constituted according with the IEC Statutes and Rules of procedure might apply to become a full member of IEC. The IEC full member has to pay their yearly membership fee and have the possibility to send experts to participate actively of their choice in any technical committee. The member of IEC may also apply for management positions and functions in the IEC and also have the voting rights in the council of IEC. Besides, some countries can have the option to become an IEC Associate Member.

  • Is my country a member of IEC?

    India is a member in Standards Management Board (SMB) of IEC since 2015 and also elected for the second term in 2018-2020. India has participating member status in 92 Technical Committees and observer member status is 74 Technical Committees of IEC. Moreover, India holds the convenorship on 6 IEC committees.

  • How can developing countries participate?

    The IEC Affiliate Country Programme permits developing and newly industrialising countries to participate in IEC work and also in the IEC Conformity Assessment Systems without having the financial burden of the membership. The IEC Affiliate Country Programme that was organised in the year 2001, has helped many countries to increase the quality of their infrastructure, gain technical expertise to participate in international standardisation and also to better understand and apply testing as well as certification. Besides, the countries that are interested may join the programme without having a financial burden of membership, by the invitation from the IEC General Secretary and CEO.

  • What is IEC Young Professional Programme?

    The young professional programme offers an important networking platform and also a unique opportunity to help shape the international standardization and conformity assessment work. The advantage of IEC is to increase the participation of young experts who bring new ideas to its activities. Each and every year the young professional programme takes new participants- engineers, managers, and technicians who are involved in the fields of electricity and electronics. The participants willing to participate in this IEC young professional programme must be of early 20- mid 30 age. Moreover, the IEC young professional programme is committed to the world’s upcoming electrotechnology experts and leaders and its aim is to increase their involvement in the work of IEC.

  • When was IEC founded?

    The full form of IEC is Importer- Exporter Code. IEC is regarded as a key business identification number that is compulsory for the purpose of export from India as well for the purpose of import to India. Without having an IEC no export as well as import must be made by any person. The IEC was founded in London and held its first meeting on 26th and 27th June in the year 1906.

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