Let us tell you that under the ‘One Nation, One Charger’ policy, the Government of India plans to make Type-C charging ports major charging units across the country. At present, different types of chargers are installed in different company’s mobile phones. At the same time, along with smartphones, tablets and laptops, chargers, fitness bands and other wearables for smartwatches are also available separately. But under the new rule, only one charging port will be installed in all these devices and every product of all brands can be charged with USB Type-C. According to media reports, MAIT, FICCI, CII as well as educational institutions like IIT Kanpur and IIT BHU and central government departments like Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change also participated in the meeting with the Ministry of Consumer Affairs. In a statement issued after the meeting, the stakeholders have agreed that USB Type-C port should be used for every device. By doing this, the consumers will also get convenience and the environment will also be benefited due to reduction in e-waste.
Tech News Desk – USB Type-C could become the universal charging port in India. The Government of India may adopt USB Type-C as ‘One Nation, One Charger’. That is, USB Type-C port will be given for charging every mobile phone, smartphone, laptop, tablet and other devices. The chargers of all these gadgets will be the same and the charger of one can charge the other as well. Under the leadership of the Inter-Ministerial Task Force of the Center, this new rule may soon be implemented in the entire country. USB Type-C port can become universal charging port in India in coming days and soon all smartphones, tablets, laptops etc. can be given USB Type-C charging port. The ministry’s meeting with smartphone companies and industry bodies, chaired by consumer affairs secretary Rohit Kumar Singh, has been successful and according to the consumer affairs ministry, smartphone companies and industry associations have given their consent to introduce uniform charging ports in a phased manner. Have given