FAQ CIL

What are the samples analyzed by Central Insecticides Laboratory?

Central Insecticide Laboratory (CIL) is a referral laboratory for analyzing/testing of pesticides/insecticides samples referred by the court of law, Insecticide Inspectors of Central and State Government notified under the Insecticides Act, 1968 and other government agencies.

What is the mode of payment of analytical test fees?

The analytical fees can be paid by means of a demand draft or by online transfer mode.

The demand draft with a validity of three months must be drawn in favour of “Accounts, Officer, Directorate of Plant Protection Quarantine and Storage, Faridabad” payable at Faridabad.

Online transfer can be made through RTGS/NEFT to Account No. 30104398045(67-07-00) in the name of Pay & Accounts Officer, Faridabad.

No payments are accepted in the form of cash or cheques.

To whom should be the samples be sent to/addressed to for analysis?

The samples along with any communication must be addressed to Director, Central Insecticides Laboratory, NH-IV, Faridabad, Haryana

The samples can be sent through registered parcel/post or delivered by hand.

The samples along with any communication must be addressed to Director, Central Insecticides Laboratory, NH-IV, Faridabad, Haryana.

The samples can be sent through registered parcel/post or delivered by hand.

What all documents have to be sent to CIL along with the pesticide sample for analysis?

The samples to be analyzed must be sent along with a copy of Form XXI, with all requisite information like Name of the pesticide, its nominal value, type of formulation, Batch No., Manufacturing date, Expiry Date and Sample Code

The sample may be accompanied by a cover note/letter along with the requisite fees required for analysis.

The sample as well as the parcel must be properly packed and sealed.

Can any private agency/manufacturing company send a pesticide sample directly for analysis to CIL?

No, pesticide samples can only be sent by a notified insecticide inspector or through Hon’ble Court.