6.1 CPRI will deal directly with manufacturers / customers and will not accept the work through Agents / Intermediaries.
6.2 Person/s deputed by the manufacturer / customer to CPRI must be permanent employees carrying his/their photo identity cards issued by only one Employer.
6.3 CPRI pensioners are not allowed to provide any services related to testing and certification activities in CPRI premises.
6.4 Test samples are to be sent to CPRI by the customers on door delivery basis.
6.5 Customers while submitting sample to CPRI mandatorily needs to submit (as appropriate) the following documents:
6.5.1 Central Excise Challan-cum-Delivery Challan, Factory Gate Pass, Lorry Receipt and CPRI Gate Entry for manufacturers covered by Central Excise Regulations.
6.5.2 In case of SSI manufacturers who are normally exempted from, Central Excise up to Rs.1.50 Crore per annum, the consignment may be accompanied by private delivery challan of the manufacturer, and his declaration forms under GST laws and check post stamping in case of inter-state movements.
6.5.3 However, in case of SSI Units within the State the GST declaration forms as applicable to respective States. for e.g. Form VAT 505 in case of Karnataka State shall accompany the consignment.
6.5.4 Discount of 10% on the test charges exclusive of GST can be availed by the small scale industries (SSI) as per prevailing norms, subject to submission of the relevant documents. The SSI Units need to furnish a notarised affidavit on an Rs.100/- stamp paper along with certified copy of their valid SSI Registration certificate covering the product to be tested for availing 10 % discount. Original SSI certificate shall be produced for verification only.
6.5.5 When the equipment is submitted for testing, the temporary name plates are not acceptable for equipment like Panels, Transformers, Air Circuit Breaker/Medium Voltage Circuit Breakers, etc.
6.6 Overseas customers shall submit the following document while sending samples to CPRI for testing
6.6.1 Transportation of test samples to CPRI for testing purpose: The customer may organise to transport the test samples directly to CPRI on door delivery basis. Equipment imported to CPRI for testing purpose enjoys relief from payment of customs duty. The customer may ask his C&F agent to get in touch with CPRI along with the Authorisation letter (issued by Shipper informing the contact details of C&F agent authorised for to &fro transportation, port handling, custom clearance, delivery to CPRI, etc.), Airway Bill /Bill of landing, Invoice and packing list well in advance before arrival of samples in Indian customs. Necessary documents for custom clearance will be provided by CPRI. Customers may contact Joint Director (I&P), CPRI at email ID shyamsundarcpri [dot] in (shyamsundar[at]cpri[dot]in), kamalasrcpri [dot] in (kamalasr[at]cpri[dot]in), ramdascpri [dot] in (ramdas[at]cpri)shyamsundarcpri [dot] in ([dot)ramdascpri [dot] in (in), mnpcpri [dot] in (mnp[at]cpri[dot]in). The Agent has to organise and coordinate custom clearance and delivery of sample to CPRI on door delivery basis. All charges towards to & fro transportation, port handling, custom clearance, delivery, C&F agent charges, etc., will have to be organised and borne by the customer.
6.6.2 During re-export of samples: The customer may organise to re export the samples to the country of origin immediately after the completion of testing and intimate details of dispatch, since the equipment would be cleared against Custom Duty Exemption. During re-export, the Customer shall forward an Authorisation letter with details of authorised C&F Agent for pick up, Custom clearance etc., along with Bill of entry copies for enabling CPRI to arrange for necessary documents for re-export.
6.7 Failure to comply with the above requirements, CPRI reserves its right to reject such test requests.