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Puneet's REPORT on Qc and Ei

Puneet's REPORT on Qc and Ei

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Export Inspection and Quality Control
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REPORTOn
Quality Control and Pre shipment Inspection& Export contracts
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONAcademic Session 2008-2010
SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY
Mr J. Taluja (Director) Puneet Jain (082)
 
Varun Gupta ()
Delhi Institute of Advance Studies
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTSPAGE
Quality Control And Preshipment Inspection …………………………………1-4
Meaning ..............................................................................................………….1
Export Inspection Council of India (EIC)
…………………………………….2
Types of Pre shipment Inspection……………………………………………..3
Documents required for quality control inspection
…………………………4Export contracts ……………………………………………………………………..5
BRIEF SPECIMEN CONTRACT FORM FOR SALE PURCHASE TRANSACTIONS…………..10
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Quality Control and Pre shipment Inspection
An important aspect about the goods to be exported is compulsory qualitycontrol and pre-shipment inspection. For this purpose, Export InspectionCouncil (EIC) was set up by the Government of India under Section 3 of theExport (Quality Control and Inspection) Act, 1963. It includes more than1000 commodities which are organized into various groups for a compulsory pre-shipment inspection. It includes Food and Agriculture, Fishery,Minerals, Organic and Inorganic Chemicals, Rubber Products,Refractoriness, Ceramic Products, Pesticides, Light Engineering, SteelProducts, Jute Products, Coir and Coir Products, Footwear and Footwear Products.Sometimes overseas buyers lay their own standards/specifications whichmay or may not be in consonance with the Indian standards. They may alsoinsist upon inspection by their own nominated agencies. These issues should be sorted out before confirmation of order.Specific provision have also been made for compulsory inspection of textilegoods. Products having ISI Certification mark or Agmark are not required to be inspected by any agency. These products do not fall within the purview of the export inspection agencies network. The Customs Authorities allowshipment of such goods without inspection certificate, provided they areotherwise satisfied that the goods carry ISI Certification Mark or theAgmark.
ISI Certification
Indian Standards Institute now known as Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) isa registered society under a Government of India. BIS main functionsinclude the development of technical standards, product quality andmanagement system certifications and consumer affairs. Founded byProfessor P.C. Mahalanobis in Kolkata on 17th December, 1931, the institutegained the status of an Institution of National Importance by an act of theIndian Parliament in 1959.
AgMmark Certification
AgMark is an acronym for Agricultural Marketing and is used to certify thefood products for quality control. Agmark has been dominated by other quality standards including the non manufacturing standard ISO 9000.
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