Any student, who has finished a basic degree/post graduation/MBA (in India or abroad) or knowing the shipping field by having excellent knowledge of shipping, can become an Operations Executive.
The key factors of this course is gaining global knowledge in the international business field and operations activity with customs related terms and conditions/formalities of Assessment and examination, communicating with customs officials, airport authorities, seaport officials, clients and management/organization, with the right information about the consignment as an assignment.
Being an Operations Executive, the entire office can function with your intelligence and co-operation, also to become a signing authority (power of autonomy) for the company with this prestigious position of being a leader.
Manual Procedure – Flow Chart for Seaport and Airport – Import & Export - Import Customs Clearance First Check - Second Check & RMS – Calculation and Conversation for FOB, C&F, CIF, C&I
Councils for various types of description’s – EDI – Processing data System – General Procedure in Customs – Assessment – Examination & Clearance.
Customs tariff act 1975 specified on custom duty – Foreign trade policy – Customs tariff 1 to 98
Central Excise tariff 1 to 98 – World times – World Currencies
Conversion tables in Weights and Measurements – Countries and seaports for vessels – Port Hubs as per Geographical in (Sea)
Combination of Schemes – Seaport and airport location code – countries and airports in each city with code (Air)
Temperature in chamber room – Custom, Ocean, Air and Exim related terms – Quotations – Operations _ Organizing & Activity Strategy plans & actions
Customs Act 1962 Laws relating to customs with rules, regulations and sections.