CE Marking stands for a French Phrase “”Conformité Européene ” meaning “European Conformity”. Initially, the term “EC Mark” was used for it but later in 1993 under Directive 93/68/EEC, it was officially changed to “CE Marking”. This marking certifies that a product has matched all the EU standards related to health, safety and environment and therefore guarantees consumer safety. It specifically includes goods that require homologation and registration. For the conformity it is important to meet all the essential requirements listed in any relevant directives. Mainly, it consists of Protection requirements and Administration requirements.