EEPC, India organises three day export awareness programme
Author(s): City Air NewsJalandhar, January 30, 2013: EEPC, INDIA organised a three days Export Awareness Program from 28-30 Jan 2013 at focal point office of the council. More than 22 participants were given on hand training on how to...
Jalandhar, January 30, 2013: EEPC, INDIA organised a three days Export Awareness Program from 28-30 Jan 2013 at focal point office of the council.
More than 22 participants were given on hand training on how to start exports.
Drashan Singh, Regional DGFT, Ludhiana inaugurated the programme on the opening day and delivered a lecture on the role of DGFT and Foreign Trade Policy, in starting exports .He also gave information on export incentives to the exporters.
The second day covered export documentation, export benefits and banking by Pavitar Singh CA. Actual practical knowledge was imparted to the participants.
Gurpal Singh, Branch Manager of NSIC gave, detailed information on NSIC helping in domestic sales and exports acting as a guarantee between importer and exporter on the second day of the programme. He also listed success stories who have already done export.
Rahul Kumar, Branch Manager of ECGC of India Ltd, Jalandhar covered chapter on risk cover in overseas payments. He discussed various types of policies which are tailor made to suite the requirements of the Exporters.
The porgramme coordinator, Opinder Singh, Deputy Director, EEPC India who delivered lecture on role of EEPC and starting export business even without going abroad. He informed that EEPC is organising an IESS Show 2013 (Government of India's Project) from March 14-16 in Mumbai where more than 500 importers are coming from all over the world to source various engineering items. In this show one to one business meets shall be organised and some of the very important government organisations such as BHEL, DRDO and Railways are conducting vendor development programmes to source good from SMEs.
On the last of the programme, banking and finance and export benefits was covered and Kamna Raj Aggarwalla, Regional Chairperson of EEPC, India shared her personal experience as an exporter and times have changed now .
Aggarwalla highlighted the role of EEPC and advised the participants to come forward with suggestions and particular requirements to start new programmes on the same pattern.
Aggarwalla gave away the certificates to the successful candidates and requested for their feedback.