CUSTOMS PROCEDURES for Imports and Exports & New Duty Drawback Rates
The custom procedure for Import and Export is complex. There are several rules and regulations applicable .The exporter and importer is required to have good working knowledge of Indian Customs Act, 1962, Custom Tariff Act.
The procedure also changes sometime product to product. It is always objective of the importer /exporter to ensure that the transaction goes smoothly. For this purpose sound knowledge of the theory is essential. You also should have working knowledge of the practice which is followed in different ports by the officers. One has to update with the latest notification and circulars related to import and exporter.
Custom Brokers play an important role in the matter of export and import. It is essential that the custom broker should also be well versa with day to day operation. We should have appropriate knowledge of Foreign Trade Policy, Central Excise and Documentation.
In this program we aim to discuss your specific queries related to import and export.
A special reference of licensing also will be considered. It will be an interactive program which will enhance your knowledge and sharpen your executive scheme.
The Ministry has notified revised All Industry Rates(AIR) of Duty Drawback vide Notification No.110/2014 –Customs(N.T) ,dated 17.11.2014 This notification comes into force on 22.11.2014
We will also discuss this new drawback rates in details.
- To make the participants understand with the importance and procedure of Customs for import and export.
- To empower exporters and importers to deal with CHA, shipping company and logistics people.
The programme is for all exporters, importers, CHA, executives, and others staff dealing in logistics and supply chain management.
The Flow of activities of import clearance.
Requirements of the documents.
Analysis of bill of entry.
Country of Origin- Problems and solutions.
Demurrage and detention.
Import of Negative list item.
Debiting of import license.
Executing bond/ Bank guarantee.
Chapter Note/ Section Note.
Import of repaired goods.
Import of second hand capital goods.
Flow chart of exports
Role of clearing agent.
Error in documents, – impact and solution.
Selection of Shipping bill.
Declarations at the time of export.
Export of samples
METHODOLOGY & CERTIFICATES
Lecturer with Explanation/ Examples. Active Interaction with the participants
Mr. Ajit Shah
- B.Com., L.L.B., D.I.E.M.
- He is a consultant and a trainer in the field of Export and Import.
- He has been associated with numerous Educational and Training Institutes imparting training in the field of Import and Export.
- His practical approach and lucid style of representation endears him to the participants instantly.
- He is a regular faculty of our chamber
Fees: Rs. 7,900/- +12.36 % service tax per person
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