The term ‘Repairer’ means any person who carries out the process of repairing a measure or weight and it includes such person who paints, cleans, adjusts and/or lubricates a kind of weights or measures to ensure that they work properly as per the established standards and benchmarks under the act.
Due to the very sensitive and important nature of weighing and measurement, the Department of Metrology has a set of clearly defined regulations and rules for people and companies who involve themselves in the process of repairing and services of measuring and weighing instruments that fall under the purview of the Department of Legal Metrology. It is mandated that no person shall repair or service any kind of weighing or measuring instruments without first obtaining the license from the Department of Metrology first.
Step #1: The first step involves, in the case of obtaining license for repairer, submitting the duly filled out application supported by all the required documents to the Assistant Controller (Flying Squad) of the respective district after the required license fee is paid.
Step #2: Once the application is submitted, the Assistant Controller or the Regional Deputy Controller will assess your application and scrutinize all of the documents to ensure their authenticity and accuracy. Once the same is done, the application will be forwarded to the Controller of the Department of Legal Metrology.
Step #3: The next step includes the inspection of the site and field verification carried out by any of the concerned officials of the department.
Step #4: This is the last step of the process where the Controller, Legal Metrology Department issues the license as needed by the applicant.
1. Application form
2. License Fee payment receipt (Rs 5000)
3. Trade License issued by Local body
4. Possession certificate, Rental/lease agreement
5. Receipt of land tax paid
6. Model approval from government of India
7. ID proof