Attention! India will postpone the execution date of TEC compulsory certification for communication products
India's Ministry of Communications has issued a statement that it will postpone the implementation of MTCTE certification (TEC certification) for telecommunications products on August 1, 2019.
According to previous announcements from the Indian government, the products to be certified are divided into two parts, para 1 and para 2, and implementation dates are set respectively.
For the equipment in Para 1, it was originally expected to be enforced on January 1, 2019.
The equipment included in para 2 will be enforced on April 1, 2019.
Since then, however, due to insufficient preparation time, TEC in India has repeatedly notified delays. The latest TEC notification indicates that all communication equipment covered by MTCTE certification will be required to implement the Indian TEC certification procedure from August 1, 2019, regardless of the category of para 1 or para 2 products.
Announcement full text
At present, TEC's requirements for all compulsory products are as follows:
1. Security requirements: security and confidentiality requirements
2. Technical requirements: technical requirements
3. Safety: Security
4. EMI/EMC: EMI, EMC
5. Other requirements: other requirements
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