Customs Broker/F card/Regulation 6 CBLR Exam is conducted online by National Academy of Customs Indirect Taxes and Narcotics (NACIN) annually as envisaged in Customs Broker Licensing Regulations 2018 (CBLR) at National Level all over India at various centers same day same time . However, Application Forms for the exam is submitted offline in the month of Oct-Nov every year at the respective Commissionerate where one intends to practice.
There remain a Confusion among applicants about name of the Exam. Many of them remain confused among CBIC Reg6 Exam/ CBLR Reg 6 Exam/ CBLR Rule 6 Exam/ Rule or Regulation 9 Exam/ Rule or Regulation 8 Exam/ Customs House Agent (CHA) Exam/ Customs Broker Exam, here it is being clarified that all of these exams are the same and one which is Customs Broker Exam Conducted as per Regulation 6 of Customs Broker Licensing Regulations 2018 (CBLR 2018) hence also called Reg 6 Exam.
The Exam is conducted in two steps, first step is to qualify in written exam, and second step is to qualify in oral exam (Interview). For written exam there will be 150 Questions, for 3 marks each, making it 450 total marks. This exam has a system of negative marking, aspirant will get positive three marks for each right answer and will have to lose minus one mark for each wrong answer. You need to score 60% marks in order to qualify for written exam.
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We, at PSP Academy, can assure you to provide best curriculum for the course of 3 to 3.5 months, which includes study of more than 100 Hours. Our faculty is best in the trade and having all over experience of Freight Forwarding, Customs Clearance, Consultancy and having deep understanding of trouble shooting at Customs with operations, an expert of the trade. A faculty who is also a visiting faculty in numerous Institutions. We simply hold the hand of the aspirant and guide him as How to become a Customs Broker/F Card holder in India.
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Classes are online live classes which shall be conducted on any of the online platform for which link will be provided on your WhatsApp number on the preceding day of the class. There will be a question answer session of 10-15 Minutes at the end of the class. Test will be conducted on regular intervals online for self-assessment of the progress. Medium of Instruction/Explanation will be Hindi for a better understanding of the things. Course fee is payable at the time of registration. You will be provided login ID and password of our portal enabling you to download study material and to take mock tests.
- Apart from the study material provided to you, you need to purchase bare Act i.e. The Customs Act 1962- Commercial Publication (Latest Edition)( This book is available Online on Amazon and Flipcart).
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Syllabus of the Exam:
As per Regulation 6(7) of CBLR 2018, Syllabus of Customs Broker Exam would be as follows:
The examination may include questions on the following:
(a) preparation of various kinds of bills of entry, bills of export, shipping bills, and other clearance documents;
(b) arrival entry and clearance of vessels;
(c) tariff classification and rates of duty;
(d) determination of value of imported and export goods;
(e) conversion of currency;
(f) nature and description of documents to be filed with various kinds of bills of entry, shipping bills and other clearance documents;
(g) procedure for assessment and payment of duty including refund of duty paid; (h) examination of goods at Customs Stations;
(i) prohibitions on import and export;
(j) bonding procedure and clearance from bond;
(k) re-importation and conditions for free re-entry;
(l) drawback and export promotion schemes including the Special Economic Zone scheme;
(m) offences under the Act;
(n) provisions of the allied Acts including the Central Goods and Services Act, 2017 (12 of 2017) and section 5 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (13 of 2017), the Indian Explosives Act, 1884 (4 of 1884), the Destructive Insects and Pests Act 1914 (2 of 1914), the Dangerous Drugs Act, 1930 (2 of 1930), the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 (23 of 1940), the Central Excise Act, 1944 (1 of 1944), the Copy Right Act, 1957 (14 of 1957), the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act 1958 (43 of 1958), the Arms Act 1959 (54 of 1959), the Patents Act, 1970 (39 of 1970), the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (61 of 1985), the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (29 of 1986), the Foreign Trade (Development and Regulations) Act, 1992 (22 of 1992), the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (42 of 1999), the Design Act, 2000 (16 of 2000) and the Food Safety and Standard Act, 2006 (No. 34 of 2006) and other laws for the time being in force applicable to EXIM trade and the rules and regulations made under these Acts in so far as they are relevant to clearance of goods through Customs;
(o) provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (49 of 1998);
(p) procedure for appeal and revision applications under the Act; and
(q) online filing of electronic bills of entry and shipping bills vide the Indian Customs and Central Excise Electronic Commerce or Electronic data interchange gateway (ICEGATE) and Indian Customs Electronic data Interchange System (ICES).
(r) knowledge of regulations, rules, notifications, etc. under the Customs Act and other Allied Acts.