Knowledge of Customs and Excise Procedures

Diploma in Central Excise and Customs

Indian Institute of Export Management

Rs 4,100
VAT incl.

Important information

  • Diploma
  • Blended
  • Duration:
    4 Months
  • Online campus
  • Delivery of study materials
  • Support service

Indian Institute of Export Management (IIEM) offers a Diploma program in Central Excise and Customs, which helps develop skills in trade management. The students are exposed to a thorough study of the various departments of Central Excise & Customs. Equal importance is given to both the subjects. Further subjects of Interest like Baggage rules, Import of cars etc are covered. Useful enclosures like Prescribed forms, Maintenance of Books of Accounts & Records etc. are also included.
The Institute follows an open book examination model whereby the Student can refer his curriculum books as well as other resources to provide suitable answers. However, the questions shall be framed in such a way that answering them will need proper understanding of the subject and relevant laws and procedures.

Important information

Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

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· Who is it intended for?

Exporters, Business Students, NRIs&Foreign Nationals Exporters - Exporters ( Both established and startups) aiming to expand to new product categories and to keep up with latest developments and policies of Foreign Trade Business Students - Business students of MBA and Allied courses stay up to date with Customs and Excise Policies giving them an edge in their job profile NRIs and Foreign nationals - NRIs and Foreign nationals who plan to expand their business into India must be aware of the governmental trade and taxation policies before planning their business strategy.

· Requirements

Offline course requires no other technical requirement Online course requires a PC with Internet access for course delivery

· Qualification

10+2 qualification is required. A good knowledge of business practices and command over online resources is desirable

· What marks this course apart?

IEM offers a very simplified and practical course for students who want to get into the business of International trade. The course is specially designed with the learning flexibility for working professionals and students. IIEM unique examination style ensures that the students are not restricted to book knowledge but also make good use of resources available from libraries and relevant websites . By completing the course, the students will have a thorough idea of the customs and excise procedures and taxation norms as well as leads to all governmental and non-governmental institutions to help their business.

· What happens after requesting information?

IIEM staff will contact you and clear any of your technical or administrative queries typically within one working day Students can ask for a free online Prospectus by writing to Hard copy of prospectus will be sent by post to student who make the fee payment of Rs 100/-

· What is the duration of the course?

The typical duration of the course is 4 months

· Can I finish the course before 4 months?

IIEM offers students the flexibility to finish the courses in a shorter duration. For this, a request needs to passed to our team who can determine the most optimum time based on students location and course delivery type.


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What you'll learn on the course

Customs and Excise

Teachers and trainers (1)

N P Vijayan Menon
N P Vijayan Menon
Senior Faculty

B.E. , LLB ,IATA, Salesmanship & Marketing Mr Vijayan is a senior trainer in Export Import management with over 25 years of experience in the field. He is also a businessman with significant interests in field ranging from training to construction

Course programme

Students have to learn TWO COMPULSORY papers, ONE for CENTRAL EXCISE and ONE for CUSTOMS.


Book 1 : Laws And Procedures

LP-1 Introduction to Customs & Central Excise Setup, Laws & Procedures - LP-2 Valuation & Classification in Customs - LP-3 Exports-Formalities for Commencing- LP-4 Licencing Authorities & Their Jurisdiction - LP-5 Rates of Duty, Levy of Duty & Port of Clearance - LP-6 Valuation of Goods - LP-7 Bill of Entry & Import Licence - LP-8 Warehousing of Imported Goods - LP-9 Demurrage Charges - LP-10 Customs Clearance of Exports by Sea - LP-11 Customs Clearance of Exports by Air - LP-12 Note on Customs House Agent & their Responsibilities - LP-13 Note on Customs House Agent & their Responsibilities - LP-14 List of Inco Terms - LP-15 Short Notes on Certain Important connected matters - LP-16 Contact Points for further Clarifications -

Book 2 : Baggage Rules

BR-1 Baggage Rules - BR-2 Tourist Baggage Re-Export - BR-3 Unaccompanied Excess Baggage - BR-4 Import under Exim Policy - BR-5 Import of Cars, Station Wagons etc - BR-6 Applications for grant of (C.C.P.) - BR-7 Import of Gold & Silver as Baggage - BR-8 Import of Gifts

Book 3 : Book of Forms

List of Formats and forms for most customs formalities

Book 4 : FERA and FEMA

Details of both the Foreign Exchange Regulations Act (FERA) and the new Foreign Exchange Maintenance Act (FEMA)


Book 1 : Laws And Procedures - I

LP-1 Introduction - LP-2 Registration - LP-3 Administrative setup of Central Board of Excise and Customs LP-4 Declaration of goods produced/manufactured - LP-5 Classification of goods and Central Excise Tariff Act,. 1985 LP-6 Computation of Excise Duty - LP-7 Payment of Excise Duty - LP-8 Payment of Duty on Exempted goods LP-9 Self Removal Procedure - LP-10 Types of Control - LP-11 Central Excise Procedure for Exports

Book 2 : Laws And Procedures - II

LP-1 Service Tax - LP-2 Bonds - LP-3 Search - LP-4 Seizure - LP-5 Confiscation - LP-6 Settlement of Cases LP-7 Modvat and Credit of Textile items and Capital Goods - LP-8 Concession to Small Scale Units - LP-9 Mandatory Penalty and Returns - LP-10 Penalty Adjudication and Appeal

Book 3 : Book of Forms

List of Formats and forms for most customs formalities

Additional information

Indian Institute of Export Management (IIEM) was set up in 1994, with its corporate office at Bangalore. The institute has been established with a mission to impart training to entrepreneurs wishing to start export ventures and executives intending to make a career in export management.

Head quartered at Bangalore, IIEM acts primarily as a promotional and operational institution to help students, new entrants in exports, existing businessmen and managers in export organisations. 
In the 22 years since inception, more than 40,000 students have enrolled for various Export Management courses at IIEM. 

The course material is designed to widen the knowledge base of young managers and to equip them with necessary skills to meet the challenges of globally competitive environment. It is meant for professionals and students working in the field of management who have no formal education in the field of business.

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