Bharat Stage IV to VI -Challenges and Strategies
Rohan Pothumsetty1, Mary Rani Thomas2
1Mr. Rohan Pothumsetty, Research Scholar, Department of Commerce, Christ (Deemed to be University) Chennai, India.
2Dr. Mary Rani Thomas, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Christ (Deemed to be University) Chennai, India. 

Manuscript received on January 02, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on January 15, 2020. | Manuscript published on January 30, 2020. | PP: 2614-2623 | Volume-8 Issue-5, January 2020. | Retrieval Number: E5850018520/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.E5850.018520

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Abstract: Bharat stage VI emission norms are the sixth stage for vehicular emissions in India. The BS-VI emission norms are much needed for a country such as India to keep the pollution in check. BS-VI norms are stricter and more restrictive in terms of BS-IV norms allowing for cleaner air and also less pollution in the process. The new BSVI emission norms would require both the automobile sectors as well as oil companies to make advancements and changes to their respective products. For the best results and for the better performance of the car the BSVI based engines will have to run on BSVI fuel. The new generation modern engines which are running on low-quality fuels will emit more toxic gases compared to that generated by the BSIV engines. The modern age engine blueprints usually require low Sulphur content to maintain a strong performance. This research aims at comprehending information on a new perspective of understanding the concept and how helpful it will be in understanding the shift from BHARAT STAGE IV TO VI for various stakeholders. Followed by strategies adopted by top five Indian based car manufactures.
Keywords: Bharat Stage IV, Bharat Stage VI, Strategies, Sulphur, Car Manufacturers.
Scope of the Article: Web-Based Learning: Innovation and Challenges.