A workshop on ‘Export Promotion Schemes & EXIM Policy’ in New Delhi



Around 80 – 100 exporters, export consultants, enterprises, sector-related institutions would be joining the workshop at Imarat Ibn Khaldun Hall, Jamia Millia Islamia.

New Delhi: The Policy Times in partnership with Centre for International Trade and Investment Law (CTIL-IIFT), Department of Commerce and Business Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC India), and Chemicals and Allied Products Export Promotion Council (CAPEXIL) is organizing a one day workshop on “Export Promotion Schemes & EXIM Policy” between 0930 hrs – 1750 hrs on Friday, 1 March, 2019 in New Delhi.

Around 80 – 100 exporters, export consultants, enterprises, sector-related institutions would be joining the workshop between 9:30am – 5:30pm at Imarat Ibn Khaldun Hall, JMI.

The Workshop aims to enable the stakeholders to better understand regional and global market requirements, opportunities and challenges, improve capacities of enterprises, increase the international competitiveness of local enterprises in selected sectors and the diversification of exports, amongst many others.

The Workshop will have six key sessions on multiple topics like- Overview of India’s Foreign Trade & Trade Policy, Elements of International Marketing Mix, Institutional Framework for Export Promotion, Elements of Export Sales Contract and Export Incentives and Promotion Schemes, etc.

Dr. James J. Nedumpara, Professor and Head of the Centre for International, Trade and Investment Law (CTIL), Prof Ravindra Kumar, HOD – Department of Commerce and Business Studies, JMI University, Mr. Akram Hoque, Founder Editor, The Policy Times will grace the occasion.

Prof. Attam Prakash, Visiting Faculty – JMI & Former Faculty, IIFT, Director-Centre for Promotion of Trade & Technology, Senior Executive-Trade Development Authority (TDA) is chair of the Workshop.

Following are some of the Speakers and Trainers –

  • S P Roy, Joint DGFT, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India
  • Sangeeta Godbole (IRS), Director General, Services Export Promotion Council
  • Sangeeta Saxena, Director-TPD and EP (Services), Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India
  • (Mrs.) Vijaya Katti, Dean, Administration (Academics), IIFT
  • Mr Hans Raj Chugh, Chartered Accountant & FTP Expert

India ranks 19th in terms of overall merchandize export and 12th in terms of overall import of merchandize as compared to other countries. With more trade liberalization deals in offing by the pro-business Indian Government, there lies plenty of opportunity for establishing a successful import or export business.

However, to undertake an import or export business, the Entrepreneurs must have a strong understanding of all documentation pertaining to import or export transactions. They should be familiar with Export Promotion Schemes – Duty Drawback, MAI, ASIDE/TIES, Export Infrastructure Scheme, Make in India Action Plan, Merchandise Exports from India Scheme, 100% Export-oriented SEZ, Interest-Subvention/Interest Equalization Scheme, Town of Export Excellence, Product diversification Scheme etc. Devising suitable exports promotion strategies for a sustained economic growth of the nation is the need of the hour.

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