Diploma in Import & Export Management
Module 1: Export Procedures & Documentation and Export Costing
Export Procedures & Documentation (Part A)
How to set up export companies: PAN, IEC, RCMC, Other registrations Export sales contract – Terms and conditions
Terms of shipments (INCOTERMS-2010)
Terms of payment
Processing of an export order
Documentation: Proforma Invoice, Commercial and Consular, Packing List, Inspection Certificate, Certificate of Origin – Preferential & Non-Preferential, Shipping Bills, Export Valuation Rules – 2007, ARE Forms, GR / SDF, Mate Receipt, Bill of Lading & Airway Bill, Insurance Policy, Bill of Exchange, Bank Certificate of Export and Realization, Letter of Credit Custom clearance of export cargo, factory stuffing and dock stuffing
Preparation and submission of documents to exporters bank for negotiations / collection Flow chart of export activities
Export Costing (Part B)
Cost concepts – Marginal, fixed & total cost
Relevance of variable costs & export specific costs
How to calculate cost taking into accounts various benefits under export promotion schemes (Advance Authorisation, Drawback, Deemed Exports, Reward/ Incentive schemes- i) Service Export From India Scheme ( SEIS),ii)Merchandise Export from India Scheme ( MEIS)
Cost sheet for export (elements) / freight calculation / insurance premium calculation Factors that influence costing and costing techniques / strategies
Module 2 : International Marketing
1. Basis of International Marketing, need and importance
2. Difference between domestic and International Marketing, Scope of Export Marketing
3. Globalization – Concept and Impact on International Marketing
4. Balance of Payment.
INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE
1. Balance of Trade
2. Recent trends in India’s Trade
3. Volume, Composition and Direction of India’s Exports.
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FOR EXPORTS
1. Barriers and factors affecting world trade
2. Regional Economic Grouping – EU, LAFTA, ASEAN, NAFTA, APEC, SAFTA (SAARC) etc.
3. UNCTAD and Trade point programme
4. GATT and WTO.
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
1. Market Segmentation, targeting and positioning
2. Identifying foreign markets
3. Sources of information and importance of data
4. Overseas marketing research: Methods and importance
5. Market entry strategies.
EXPORT MARKETING STRATEGY AND PRODUCT PLANNING
1. Product planning for exports
2. Consumer’s Buying Behavior
3. Channels of Distribution- Wholesalers, Retailers, Supermarkets, Chain Stores, Departmental Stores, Mail Order Houses
4. Promoting products in global market – Personal visit, Advertising, Trade Fair, Exhibition, Direct Mailing, Buyers–Sellers Meet, Delegations.
ELECTRONIC MEDIA: 1. Internet and E-commerce
Module 3 : Shipping & Logistics
Logistics: Definition, elements and importance
Introduction to the world of shipping and sea borne trade: Types of ships, liner terms and Bill of lading.
Liner operations: Liner / feeder operations, Conference and consortiums
Sea Freight: Structure and factors governing freight, Freight surcharges
Containerization: History, developments and present trend, advantages to shipping industry and world trade. Types of containers and handling / transportation Container leasing and manufacturing industry. Terminology in containerized traffic
Multimodal transportation and Intermodal stack yards: Role of ICD’s, their problems and prospects
Tramp operations: Definitions, importance, principles & practices of chartering
Intermediaries: Their role and importance: CHA, Freight forwarder, NVOCC, Consolidator, Multi modal Transport Operator
Air Transportation – Factors Influencing the Selection
Freight Charges – Basis
a] Weight / Volume
b] Types of Commodities
c] Country of Destination
d] Class Rate
Airlines as Carriers
Freight Forwarders – Import Consolidation, Concept and Importance
I.A.T.A. and its Role in Air Transportation
Processing of shipping documents in customs (Filing of S/B & filling of Bill of Entry).
Module 4 : Import Procedures & Documentation and Customs
Import Documentation (Part A)
Need for import
Classification of imports (HS code)
Procedure for import clearance and preparation of bill of entry
Import tariff structure (Custom duty)
Tips for import documentation
Customs (Part B)
Customs Act, 1962 & Customs Tariff Act 1975 – Main provisions related to imports & exports
Valuation and assessment of imports
Imports valuation rules 2007
Appeals and refunds
Module 5 : Central Excise, GST & Marine Insurance
1. Central Excise Act, 1944 – Main Provisions relating to Imports & Exports
2. Clearance under Bond without payment of Central Excise Duty
4. Utilisation of CENVAT Credit
5. Refund of Cenvat Credit on account of continuous exports
6. Rebate of Excise Duty on exported goods
7. Execution of various bonds
8. Factory Stuffing of Containers under supervision of Central Excise and under Self-Sealing
1. Export of Services
P – Payment of IGST
LUT – Under Bond or LUT
NA – Where IGST is not applicable, i.e. the supply is non-taxable; including exports made by non GST registered exporters
Marine Cargo Insurance: (Part-B)
1. Introduction, need and importance
2. Basic principles of insurance as applicable to cargo insurance
3. Institute Cargo Clauses, Inland Transit Clauses: coverage, exclusions, duration
4. Premium, Components, RBI Regulations
5. Claims – Procedure, Documentation and Time limits.
Module 6 : Foreign Trade Policy & Handbook of Procedures
Legal framework and Trade facilitation, Trade Facilitation & Ease of Doing Business
General provisions regarding Imports & Exports
Export from India schemes (Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS), Service Exports from India Scheme (SEIS),
Common provisions for Exports from India Schemes (MEIS & SEIS)
Duty exemptions / Remission scheme (Advance Authorisation / Duty free Import Authorisation scheme (DFIA), Duty drawback etc.)
Schemes for Exporters of Gems and Jewellery
Export Promotion Capital Goods ( EPCG) Scheme
Quality complaints and Trade disputes
Module 7 : EOU & SEZ
Export Oriented Units (EOUs)
Export Oriented Units (EOUs), Electronics Hardware Technology Parks (EHTPs), Software Technology Parks ( STPs) And Biotechnology Parks ( BTPs) from setting up to exit provisions, including benefits & obligation (Chapter 6 of FTP)
EOU & Customs / Excise
Procedure for setting up and operations of EOU unit
Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
Important provisions of SEZ Act and Rules
How to set up SEZ / SEZ unit
Benefits and obligation of developers / Units
Procedure for procurement within India and associated indirect tax benefits
Duration: Six Months
1. Graduate in any faculty from a recognized University.
2. Diploma Holders (SSC + 3 Years \ HSC + 2 Years).
3. Class XII plus 2 years of Industry experience.
4. Final year degree students awaiting results can apply for the above programs.
Study Options: Students can choose from the following options:-
|Sr. No.||Course Type||Options||Online Fees for Indian Resident *||Online Fees for non resident Indian|
|1||Type I||Sunday, between 11.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. at, Mumbai.||Rs.30,000/-||Not applicable|
|Note : * Not applicable for non resident Indian|
|(Before Applying Online Kindly Be Ready With A Cheque / DD / Online Payment Options)|
1) Photo copy of the Final year graduation mark sheet issued by the University OR final year mark sheet of the Diploma course duly attested one copy.
2) If you are an undergraduate (HSC) then Photo copy of H.S.C Mark Sheet & Two years full time work experience certificate on company’s letter head duly attested one copy.
3) One recent colour passport size photograph to be affixed on the application form in the provided space only.
4) For Cash / Credit / Debit card payment (swiping option) the candidate has to visit the Institute personally.
5) Local cheque payment option for Mumbai & Mumbai suburbs candidates only (cheque in favour of “GLOBELLE EDUCATION & MANAGEMENT STUDIES”) .
6) Demand Draft in favour of “GLOBELLE EDUCATION & MANAGEMENT STUDIES”, Payable at Mumbai for out station.
7) In case there has been a change in the name and the name appearing on the education certificate is different than the one used on the application form, the applicant must provide the institute suitable document for the same viz. marriage certificate / attested gazette copy.
Diploma in Export and Import Management: Career Prospects
Diploma in Export and Import management student has plenty of options to choose from in terms of his/her career. He/she can choose from areas like export management, Import management, operations management, International supplies etc. in terms of their career.
To provide you a holistic view of the career prospects of the course we have tabled certain areas and the respective roles attached to the same where a diploma student can look for in terms of his/her career.
|Area/Domain||Role||Average Salary for Fresher’s|
|Export Manager||The work involves keeping a proper record of exports related to a respective firm/organization.||INR 1.8-2 Lacs|
|Import Incharge||The work of Import Incharge involves proper inspection of imports to ensure its quality and standards.||INR 2- 2.2 Lacs|
|International supplies Logistic Manager||Job requires one to ensure smooth flow of goods across two points through the management of logistic supply chain.||INR 1.8 – 2.2 Lacs|
|Operations Executive||Operations executive is entrusted with the responsibilities of proper dispatching and procurement of the goods.||INR 1.6-2.0 Lacs|
|Custom officer||This is a Public sector job which involves inspection of imports and exports to ensure their conformance with legal procedures.||INR 3.5-4.5 Lacs|