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Ministry of Commerce & Industry

Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion
Government of India


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Tariff Commission has been engaged in discharging the following functions drawn from the TOR/charter revised in September 1998.

a)   To make recommendations as an expert body, on matters referred to it by Government regarding fixation of tariff and all tariff related issues in relation to trade in goods and services, keeping in view the interest of various sectors including production, trade and consumers and taking into account the international commitments. The Commission should aim at evolving an overall tariff structure and look into the issue of tariff rationalization.


b)   To make a detailed impact analysis on select sectors like textiles, agriculture, automobiles, information technology, chemicals, steel and engineering goods through a multi-disciplinary team.


c)    To carry out technical studies on cost of production of different goods and services and their competitiveness in relation to other countries.


d)   Core function of BICP including pricing, efficiency, improvement and cost reduction, issue of Public & Private sector, Industrial Product & Services

i)             Commodities under Administrative Price Mechanism (APM)

ii)           State monopolies/public utilities

iii)          Government procurement

iv)          Price monitoring

v)            Others


e)    To undertake other tasks as may be assigned by the Government from time to time.