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The Seconded European Standardization Expert for India (SESEI) project is launched in March 2013. Its general objective is to raise awareness on the European Standardization System, values and assets in India. The project is supported and operated by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), as well as by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Enterprise and Industry (EC DG ENTR) and by the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

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Indian Automotive Industry

This sectorial report provides the holistic overview of the Indian automotive sector covering sector profile, trends, Market segment, Market Players, demographic distribution, Status of e-Mobility, ITS, Government Policy Initiatives, Technical regulations and standardization etc.
 
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Newsletter INDIA

We are pleased to present our Eleventh Edition of “Project SESEI Newsletter India” for our Indian stakeholders and community,bringing latest updates about the news and information around standards, polices, new initiatives and technologies from Europe around our Sectors covering ICT, Automotive, Electrical Equipment including Consumer Electronics.

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Newsletter EUROPE

We are pleased to present our Eleventh Edition of “Project SESEI Newsletter Europe” for our European stakeholders & community,which covers latest updates around policies, new initiatives and related information on standardization from India.Realizing the importance of standards as an essential element for achievement.

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SESEI Objectives

The SESEI’s mission is to enhance the visibility of European standardization activities,increase the cooperation between Indian and European standardization bodies and support European companies facing standardization related issues hampering market access to India.

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European Standards

European standards are market driven and any stakeholder affected by a standard can have a say in its development. Technical committees drawn from representatives from businesses of all sizes, government, trade associations , research environment, as well as society

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Eu-India Relation

The European Union and the Republic of India benefit from a longstanding relationship going back to the early 1960s.The Joint Political Statement of 1993 and the 1994 Co-operation Agreement, which is the current legislative framework for cooperation

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Latest News

• Government tightens localisation norms for electric vehicles. Read More

• India provides Rs 382 billion (about €4.8 billion) opportunities in Smart Cities Mission. Read More

• Under smart city mission, the worth of projects grounded or completed stood at Rs. 79,780 crore (about €10 billion) in February 2019, up 319% from Rs. 19,041 crore (about €2.4 billion) in January 2018. . Read More

• Electric Vehicles (EVs) in India to get tax deduction/rebate of up to Rs 50,000 (€625).Read More

• Government allots Rs 5,000 Cr (€625 million) to develop EV infrastructure in India by 2025. Read More

• Department of Telecom (DoT) sets up panel to give views on 5G trial spectrum in a month. Read More

• Govt mulling interoperability for public Wi-Fi network: Telecom secretary Read More

• Government released the India Cooling Action Plan (ICAP) that seeks to provide an integrated approach towards cooling and related areas including reduction in the cooling demand, in order to reduce emissions Read More

• EU-India to jointly fund 7 research and innovation projects to tackle water challenges. Read More

• Data usage in India to grow at 73% compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) by 2022: Study Read More

• India’s e-waste to touch 5.2 MMT by 2020 from 2 MMT in 2016: ASSOCHAM-EY study Read More

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Policy


 


• India jumps eight places to 36th among 50 countries in global IP index 2019 Read more


• Special National Standards Conclave convened by the Department of Commerce deliberated Indian National Strategy for Standardization (INSS) for the effective implementation and the market access and industry aspect of utilising this strategy. Read more


• FICCI-KPMG released a report titled ‘Cyber security in smart cities’suggests five-point action plan to enable smart cities to keep pace with the cybersecurity needs. Read more/download


• Government approved amendments to Model Building Bye-laws (MBBL), 2016 and Urban Regional Development Plans Formulation and Implementation (URDPFI) Guidelines, 2014, to set up charging stations for electric vehicles across the country. Read more


• Government approved Rs. 10,000 Crore (about 1.25 billion Euros) Under FAME-II Scheme to Boost Electric Vehicle market in India. Read more


• Union Cabinet approved the National Electronics Policy, which targets domestic production of electronics goods to touch $400 billion by 2025. Read more


• SESEI drafted and released a sectorial report on Indian ICT Sector covering the most important & significant IT and telecommunications sector profile, Industry trends & projections, key market players, new government policies and initiatives including standardisation. => Report Presentation


• Annual Report for the Year 2017-18 Read more/download


• White paper on ‘Enabling 5G in India’ stating that 5G network is expected to be deployed in India along with the rest of the world by 2020. Read more/download


• Consultation Paper on Review of Per Port Transaction Charge and Other Related Charges for Mobile Number Portability. Read more/download


• Government plans to launch a national centre for artificial intelligence by July 2019. Read more


• Germany-based Bosch in collaboration with IIT-Madras opens data science and artificial intelligence centre at IIT-Madras. Read more


• India-Germany join hands for cooperation on ‘Water & Waste Management. Read More


• Cabinet approves MoU between India and Finland in the field of Biotechnology. Read More

 


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