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32nd CERTIFICATE COURSE IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE 1st JUNE TO 31st AUGUST 2017

Organised By: Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture
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    1. When to AttendJun 01, 2017 / Aug 31, 2017
    2. What time to Attend06:00:PM - 08:00:PM
    3. Where to Attend Shekhar Natu Hall no. 3, MCCIA, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune 411 016
    4. Who should AttendEntrepreneurs, Sponsored Candidates from Companies, Post Graduate Students and Students who have passed / appeared for the Degree Examination and are interested in making a career in International Trade/Diploma with minimum 3 years of experience
    5. What should you Pay Member: 20000 per person
      Non Member: 24000 per person
      students: 20000 per person
    6. Organizing Committee International Business and Relations
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    Ms. Madhura Chipade, Phone: 91-20-25709213 , Email: madhurac@mcciapune.com

    Mr. Sudhanwa Kopardekar, Phone: 91-20-25709211 , Email: sudhanwak@mcciapune.com





PROGRAMME DETAILS


About the Course

International Business Links of Indian Industry, Services and Agriculture sectors have been growing rapidly in the last few years. The Foreign Trade Policy, business friendly structure of laws governing international trade globalisation initiatives of companies, increasing interaction between the delegates from abroad and companies from Pune have opened many opportunities for increased international business.

The International Business scenario is opening new opportunities for Indian companies as overseas companies look to rationalize costs and leveraging on sourcing products from countries like India as well offering products and technologies at reasonable cost. It also gives us an opportunity to strengthen our presence in current markets and explore alternative markets and products, forge new alliances for increasing our market share and effectively leverage the incentives available for exports.

With a view of provide an overview of the regulatory framework governing foreign trade and investments, documentation and incentives available for exports, logistics, finance and many other aspects relating to international trade, MCCIA has been conducting a Certificate Course in International Trade.

FACULTY

  • Experts in various Aspects of International Trade
  • Senior Government Officials
  • Prominent Exporters
  • Bankers
  • Facility Providers


PARTICIPATION FEES PER PARTICIPANT
For MCCIA Members and Students Rs. 20000 (Rs 17391.30+ Service Tax+SBC+KKC)
For Others Rs. 24000 (Rs 20869+ Service Tax+ SBC+KKC)
To be paid in Cash / Cheque / DD at the time of registration in favour of Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture
(Fees include Service Tax, Course Material and stationery, visits to the Port and ICD, Daily Snacks)

Topics to be covered in the Course

1. Foreign Trade Policy and Procedures
2. Customs Law and Procedures
3. Excise and Service Tax as well as GST Procedures for Exports and Imports
4. Incoterms and Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits
5. Incentives for Exports
6. Special Economic Zones, Free Trade Warehousing Zones and International Trade
7. Shipping Documents for exports and imports
8. Logistics Management
9. eCommerce and International Trade
10. Financing International Trade
11. Export Pricing
12. Foreign Exchange Issues in International Business
13. Export Marketing
14. Strategies for Success in International Trade
15. Digital Marketing and International Business
16. Export Markets – countries in E.U., Asia, Africa, Gulf etc.
17. Export of Engineering goods, Agriculture and Food Processing Sectors
18. Framework governing Foreign Direct Investment in India
19. Operations of Multinational Corporations in India
20. Sourcing from India by MNCs – opportunities for exporters
21. Effective Sourcing from abroad
22. Overseas Investments by Indian Companies
23. Issues relating to WTO and its impact on India’s Foreign Trade
24. Anti Dumping Framework in India and abroad
25. Intellectual Property Rights and International Trade
26. Effective Communication and Intercultural Issues in International Business
27. Quality Aspects in International Trade
28. Bar Coding and International Standard Numbering
29. Third Party Inspection in International Trade
30. Role of Export Import Bank of India in International Trade
31. Role of Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India in International Trade
32. Marine Insurance Formalities

VISITS TO : Office of Joint Director General of Foreign Trade, Pune, One of the Inland Container Depots in Pune and J.N.P.T., Navi Mumbai (subject to approval)

GROUP PROJECTS ON Topics Relevant to International Business (to be decided in consultation with Faculty and Participants)

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