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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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6th Edition of India M2M + IoT Forum!

Join us for the 6th edition of ‘India m2m + iot Forum’ scheduled for 14- 15 January 2019 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. Jointly organized by the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Future Internet and Electronic Media of the Delegation of European Union to India and India M2M + IoT Forum.

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Newsletter INDIA

We are pleased to present our tenth 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

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Newsletter EUROPE

We are pleased to present our tenth 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

• Consumer Protection Bill 2018 passed in Lok Sabha. Read More

• Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) asks lenders to Insist on BIS Certification of Solar Modules Rather than Tier-1 List. Read More

• Companies providing after-sales service in India need to comply with quality standards laid down by the government’s Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). Read More

• BIS to formulate standards for service sector, retail and ecommerce. Read More

• Government exploring ways to exempt security agencies from Data Protection Bill. Read More

• Power ministry mandates use of smart prepaid meters from April 2019. Read More

• Government to form an inter-ministerial panelto roll out In-flight Mobile Phone Services by March 2019. Read More

• Telecom Sector to Adopt 5G By 2022 With Advanced Access To Digital Platform: TRAI Read More

• Government is planning to launch broadband services readiness index of states based on parameters like infrastructure, approval processes and utilisation of high speed Internet. Read More

• Ericsson Establishes a Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator (GAIA) In India. Read More

• Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launches GSAT 11 satellite, an Indian geostationary communications satellite to improve broadband in India. Read More

• India’s software market will reach $5.7 billion in 2018: IDC report Read More

• Government to invest INR 3600 Crore (450 million euros) on R&D, innovation and start-up ecosystem. Read More

• Internet of things (IoT) to unlock revenues worth $11.1 billion by 2022: Study Read More

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Policy



•Ministry of Power (MoP) released guidelines and standard for charging infrastructure for Electric Vehicle (EV). Read More


•Cochin Smart Mission Limited in a joint venture with Fraunhofer — a German government-backed research organisation launched Kochi Smart City Innovation Lab. Read more/ Download


• Delhi, India’s capital territory, released the draft Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy, 2018, for public comments, aims to have 25% EVs By 2023 Read More/download


• Indian standards body Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) approved TUV Rheinland’s solar equipment test lab in Bangalore. Read More


• Memorandum for the implementation of public procurement in renewable energy sector giving preference to ‘Make in India’ products. Read More/download


• Office Memorandum (OM) regarding “Non-insistence on Tier-I Solar PV Modules”. Read more and Tier-I Solar PV Modules vs. BIS Certified Solar PV Modules. Read More


• Department of Telecommunications (DoT) Notifies Rules For Inflight Connectivity.Read More/Download


• The commerce and industry ministry is drafting a new e-commerce policy to boost the fast-growing online retail sector: DIPP Secretary Read More/Download


• Govt mandates preference to ‘Make in India’ vehicles in procurement. Read More/Download


• Ministry sends new industrial policy for Cabinet approval: commerce and industry minister Read More/Download


• Ministry of Power has launched the ECO Niwas Samhita 2018, an Energy Conservation Building Code for Residential Buildings (ECBC-R). Read More/Download


• NEC Technology inks R&D pact with IIT-Bombay for Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and big data. Read More/Download


• $100 billion investment in telecom to add $1.2 trillion to India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP): Report Read More/Download


• NITI unveils ‘Strategy for New India @75’ to make India $4-trillion economy. Read More

 


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