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Guided by: Prof.

Mahua Datta

Presented by: Sonali Sneha Saurabh Sinha Deepanshu Gupta

EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL


Export promotion refers to that policy of the government that offers encouragement to the exporters with a view to enhance the export of the country. In order to achieve this objective they are given numerous incentives and facilities.

OBJECTIVE
To promote and develop the exports of

the country Responsible for the promotion of a particular group of products, projects and services.

ROLE
to project India's image abroad as a reliable supplier of high quality goods and services. encourage and monitor the observance international standards and specifications exporters.

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keep abreast of the trends and opportunities in

international markets for goods and services and assist their members in taking advantage of such opportunities in order to expand and diversify exports.

FUNCTIONS
To provide commercially useful information and assistance to their members in developing and increasing their exports.
To offer professional advice to their members in areas such as technology upgradation, quality and design improvement, standards and specifications, product development, innovation.

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To organize visits of delegations of its

members abroad to explore overseas market opportunities.


To organize participation in trade fairs,

exhibitions and buyer-seller meets in India and abroad

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To promote interaction between the exporting community and the Government both at the Central and State levels.
To build a statistical base and provide data

on the exports and imports of the country, exports and imports of their members, as well as other relevant international trade data.

NON-PROFIT, AUTONOMOUS AND PROFESSIONAL BODIES


The EPCs are non-profit organizations registered under

the Companies Act or the Societies Registration Act.


The EPCs shall be autonomous and regulate their own

affairs
The EPCs shall be required to obtain the approval of the

Central Government for participation in trade fairs, exhibitions etc. and for sending sales teams/ delegations abroad.
The EPCs may be provided financial assistance by the

Central Government.

REGISTRATION CUMMEMBERSHIP
An exporter may, on application, register and become a member of an Export Promotion Council. On being admitted to membership, the applicant shall be granted forthwith Registration-cumMembership Certificate (RCMC) of the EPC concerned, subject to such terms and conditions as may be specified in this behalf..

LIST OF EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILS OF INDIA


Agricultural

and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA)

Apparel Export Promotion Council Chemicals Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics Export Promotion Council, (CHEMEXCIL) Carpet Export Promotion Council Cashew Export Promotion Council of India

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Chemical & Allied Products Export Promotion

Council Cotton Textile Export Promotion Council Coffee Board Coir Board Electronic & Computer Software Export Promotion Council Engineering Export Promotion Council Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO)

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Gems and Jewellery Export Promotion Council Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts Handloom Export Promotion Council Handicrafts & Handloom Export Corporation Office of the Development Commissioner for Handlooms Development Commissioner for Iron Steel Indian Silk Export Promotion Council

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Indian Trade Promotion Organization Council for Leather Export Marine Products Exports Development Authority (MPEDA) National Agricultural Cooperative Federation of India Ltd. (NAFED) Overseas Construction Council of India Power loom Development and Export Promotion Council Plastic & Linoleum Export Promotion Council

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Rubber Board Shellac Export Promotion Council Sports Goods Export Promotion Council Spices Board Central Silk Board Synthetic & Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council Tea Board Tobacco Board Wool & Woolens Export Promotion Council