The SESEI project has the ambition to facilitate EU-India cooperation in standardization matters, as well as to support the activities from the European Commission and the Indian Government Regulatory Dialogue , in support of an increase of trade flows. It was initiated by CEN, CENELEC, ETSI, the European Commission and European Free Trade Association, ETSI being in charge of its daily management. The project kicked off in September 2012 and has a 42 months contractual duration.
Mr Dinesh Chand Sharma is the appointed SESEI expert. He started his assignment in India in March 2013. Since then, he is acting as a bridge builder between the European and Indian standardization communities.
Priority areas of focus identified for the SESEI project are as follows:
- Electrical equipment
- National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZ) and related policies
- Automotive industry
Contact point: Hervé Gauthier, Project Manager- International Cooperation Unit