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The objective of observing World Standards Day on 14th October every year is to remind us that global acceptance and importance of standardisation is vital to promote business, industry, government, and consumer satisfaction world-wide.

Since 1970, World Standards Day is being celebrated in various ways throughout the world. Conferences, exhibitions, seminars, TV and radio interviews, and even World Standards Week events have been organized annually on or around 14 October.
Every year 14th October is observed by all member countries of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) as World Standards Day with an aim to create awareness about standards and quality of Products & Services for the stakeholders; the manufacturers, and consumers of the world.
World Standards Day is being celebrated to mark the birth of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO), which held its first meeting in London on October 14, 1946, with an initial roster of 25 countries. ISO (based in Geneva, Switzerland) now has 147 member nations and has evolved into the global clearinghouse for all standards activities.
WORLD Standard Day is a means of continuously raising awareness on sustainable basis to pay tribute to the collaborative efforts of thousands of experts world-wide who develop voluntary standards within standards developing organisation.
We are living in a world that is undergoing profound transformations at all levels. Economies have never been more interdependent. Today, products that are consumed in one market are no longer made in one country; they are made in the world. Before they get to the end-consumer, they transit through many countries where manpower or parts add value to the final product.
International organisation of Standardisation and Pakistan Standards & Quality Control Authority being member of ISO and national regulator and standardisation body of Pakistan celebrates world standard day each year on 14th October. This day honours the efforts of the researcher and scientist who have developed thousands of national and international standards for international organisational of Standardisation (ISO), International technical Commission (IEC) and PSQCA. The objective of the World Standards Day is to raise awareness of industry, consumers and stakeholder to take standards as part and parcel of their activities.


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