How to Apply
- Online Mode (Payment Gateway: Debit Card/Credit Card/Netbanking Payment)
Fees can be paid using Debit Card, Credit Card or Netbanking
- Online Mode (NEFT Transfer)
- Transfer fees for the course via NEFT or Bank Transfer
- Fill up and submit Online Application form
Contact our email id: email@example.com for details
- Offline Mode
Candidates must send in the following documents:
- Application Form for the course (Completed in BLOCK LETTERS)
- Demand Draft for Fees
- Self Attested copies of SSLC / HSC to prove date of birth.
- Self Attested Copy of the certificate of last Academic Qualification.
These documents, along with the fees should be sent so as to reach the office on or before the prescribed date.
|Students in India
|Foreign Students (Offline Mode)|
|Installments||1st Installment : ₹ 3000
2nd Installment: ₹ 1500
3rd Installment: ₹ 1500
(Total Rs 6000)
|1st Installment : US$ 100
2nd Installment: US$ 30
3rd Installment: US$ 30
(Total US$ 160)
Examination question papers will be sent to students on completion of the course. The answer sheets have to be returned to the institute for valuation within fourteen days of receipt of the question papers. Any student who fails in an examination can rewrite the exams on payment of Rs.200/- or US$ 10 per paper. However, students who pass the exam will not be permitted to retake the exam for grade improvement.
Students are advised to dispatch the answer sheets to the Institute by registered post / courier to ensure timely receipt of the papers. Answer papers for all five subjects should be sent together only.
All enrolments are deemed cancelled and complete on issue of Diploma Certificate or within two years, from date of enrolment, which ever is earlier. Students having pending papers beyond limitation statute will have to seek re-admission if they desire to complete the course.
Students have to learn TWO COMPULSORY papers, ONE for CUSTOMS and ONE for GOODS AND SERVICES TAX.
Book 1 : Customs – Laws and Procedures
Introduction to Administrative Setup, Laws & Procedures – Valuation & Classification in Customs – Calculation of Duty – Warehousing of Goods – Demurrage Charges – Customs Clearance Procedures – ICEGATE Customs EDI System – Customs House Agent & their Responsibilities – INCOTERMS – Appeals, Review & Case Settlement – WTO Customs Evaluation Methods
Book 2 : Customs – Baggage Rules & Key Forms
Baggage Rules – Imports into India – Exports from India – Unaccompanied Excess Baggage – Foreign Trade Policy for Baggage – Restricted and Prohibited items – Licensing Authorities & Their Jurisdiction – Key Forms
Book 3 : Customs – FEMA & EDPMS
Basics of Foreign Exchange – FEMA – History of FEMA – Salient Features of FEMA – Adjudication & Appeal – Offences and Penalties – Basics of Exchange Control – I/EDPMS System
2 GOODS AND SERVICE TAX
Book 1 : GST – General Laws and Procedures
Introduction – Basics of GST System – Administrative Setup – GST Portal – Terminology – Registration – Time and Value of Supply – GST Rates – Levy and Collection of Tax – Audit – Appeals & Review – Penalties and Offences – Demands and Recovery – Advance Ruling – Inspection and Seizure guidelines – Special Laws
Book 2 : GST – Special Laws and Procedures
Types of Goods and Services Tax – State Goods and Services Tax – Union Territory Goods and Services Tax – GST Compensation Cess – Integrated Goods and Services Tax – Exports under Goods and Services Tax Regime – Imports under Goods and Services Tax Regime
Book 3 : GST – Assessment & Returns
Using the GST Portal – Assessment of Tax – Input tax Credit – ITC Conditions – Tax Invoicing – Credit and Debit Notes – Accounts and records – GST Returns Filing – Payment of Tax – GST Refund Procedures