Tuticorin Customs Brokers’ Association organizes Logistic Skill Development Training

Tuticorin Customs Brokers’ Association (TCBA) along with Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations in India (FFFAI) in association with Logistics Skill Council (LSC) has organized a logistic skill development training programme on 14 March 2020 in Tuticorin. According to a media statement, 183 participants including 14 ladies from Customs Brokers’ fraternity had attended this training programme.

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Gujarat Pipavav port organizes training on upskilling at the port

Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd (GPPL), and Pipavav Customs Brokers association (PCBA), in partnership with the Logistics Sector Skills Council; organized a daylong seminar cum training titled ‘Recognition of Prior Learning of Logistics (RPL)’, at the port on March 7th, 2020. The training program was inaugurated by Mr. P.M. Tripathi, Dy. Commissioner of customs and Capt..

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CII Institute of Logistics to help logistics sector create value

CII Institute of Logistics, a CII Centre of Excellence (CoE) in the logistics and supply chain management domain, said its multi-pronged approach has helped transform the logistics sector, and that it would be working to enable the sector to add value to manufacturing, domestic trade and exports. The Institute, which was started in 2004, with.

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Ahmedabad Custom Brokers’ Association organised training program: “Recognition of Prior Learning”

Ahmedabad Custom Brokers’ Association with an intention to motivate and encourage members & their staff to understand the shipping, Logistics and Customs Clearance process effectively.  As the part of the same Ahmedabad Custom Brokers’ Association have tied up with Logistics Skill Council to impart one day program on “Recognition of Prior Learning” on 21st February.

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DG Shipping warns seafarers recruitment agents against taking money to give jobs

India’s maritime administration, the Director General of Shipping (DG Shipping) has advised seafarers recruitment and placement agents and shipping companies to refrain from taking money for employment as it was unlawful under the country’s maritime law. Acting on complaints that seafarers were forced to pay money to RPSL (Recruitment and Placement of Seafarers License) agents.

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JNPT Antwerp Port Training Centre to be repositioned as Centre of Excellence

The JNPT Antwerp Port Training Centre, the port-related training centre run by state-owned Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust and Antwerp Port Training Centre (APEC), will be re-positioned as a Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Indian and international port professionals. The training centre was set up in 2015 at JNPT through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed.

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DG Shipping announces amnesty scheme for seafarers holding fake certificates

India’s maritime administration has announced a one-time amnesty scheme for seafarers who had secured qualification certificates without attending classes in the biggest fake certificate scam yet in the country’s maritime training sector. The Directorate-General of Shipping had issued show-cause notices to 3,762 candidates who, it found, had obtained fake certificates from some five training institutes.

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NIT-Tiruchi gets model of ship

A model of a ship was donated to National Institute of Technology – Tiruchi by Mazagon Dock Ship Builders, one of India’s leading public sector defence undertaking, during the Republic Day celebration on Sunday to inspire students to join the armed forces. The public sector undertaking has been constructing warships and submarines since 1979. The.

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‘New Training Sessions’ launched at the JNPT – CIDCO – All cargo Multi Skill Development Center

Shri Sanjay Sethi, IAS, Chairman, JNPT inaugurated the ‘New Training Sessions’ for the students of the JNPT Multi Skill Development Center, created under the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra program. The launch of the new batch of Consignment Tracking Executive 3, Consignment Tracking Executive 4 and Inventory Clerk 4 will be an added benefit to the students as the logistic sector is estimated to witness an increase in total workforce from current 21 million to over.

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