Certificate Program on Export Import with EDP certification Introduction: In order to compete successfully in International Trade, it is very important for an individual and the students of International Business to understand the complex documentation and procedures framework required for export-import business. This workshop is step forward to the process of laying foundation for the establishment of Entrepreneurs in the field of International Trade. Objective of the Program: Objective is to lay emphasis on understanding the entire process of international trade, importance and relevance of each document and procedure leading to establishment of a successful Export- Import Entrepreneur. Highlight of the Program: the program is comprehensively designed as per the requirements of working professionals in the field of international business, Engineering and management students who are keen to take on Entrepreneurship in export –import business. Module – 1: How to Start a Venture: Entrepreneurship Development Program 1.How to Create the Competitiveness & settle in the competition. 2.A guide to Self employment 3.How to prepare yourself for Taking loan from Bank & Raise Finance… 4.Marketing of Products. 5.Preparation of Project profile/Report. 6.Entrepreneurship Memorandum form. Module- II: Government hand holding schemes 1.Government Schemes, Subsidies & Institutional Help. 2.How to raise finance. 3.The Projects those are in Demand 4.How to prepare for DPR 5.Risk & Vision 6.Hand Holding and Initial important Steps for the entrepreneurs in India… 7.Success Story. 8.Statutory & Regulatory Compliance for the Entrepreneurs Module – III: Export- Import Management & Procedures 1.Understanding International Trade Process 2.Export Import Process 3.Statuarory Regulations 4.Export / Import Contract 5.Understanding Inco terms 6.Documents used in EXIM 7.Pre and Post shipment documentation 8.International Shipping Practices 9.Methods of Payment Module – IV: Regulatory Procedures 1.Foreign Trade Policy 2.Registration Process 3.Export Financing 4.UCP 600 5.Various Schemes for Export Promotion
6.Foreign Exchange Regulation 7.Product identification and selection as per area of business 8.Market research, selection of buyer as per area of business The Fee for above mentioned Certifications: Total Fee: Rs.30000/- inclusive GST Modus Operandi(for online mode): 1. Invest 2 hours daily while sitting at your system for online classes. 2. Attend Demo class before JOINING. on any friday between 7pm to 9pm. 3. Call 8383864331 for demo class and online registration. For More Information & Registration Contact Us: 8383864331,9212557108 HR Generalist Program- A Practical Upgradation Course for HR Professionals, Students & Entrepreneurs + Free Entrepreneurship Development Program of Ministry.. Objective: To impart comprehensive, practical & Industrial Application of Statutory & Non-statutory requirements of Human Resource Management at Corporate & Industries. This will eliminate all the doubts about all the mandatory conceptualization.In order to promote Management /entrepreneurship/self-employment among Industries, we approach you to be a part of mission so that more and more students may take up self- employment to contribute to the development of the country. A VALUE ADDITION TO PARTICIPANTS CV………… At Successful completion of the workshop Participants will have Expert Knowledge….o Entrepreneurship Empowerment Program & Project Management….o Be in a position to design CTC, Gross Salary breakup with regard to minimum wages act & Income Tax exemptions.o Have in depth knowledge on all the areas of PF, ESI ,PT ,Payroll Processing Calculations, Forms , Formats & Due dates etc., including Income Tax, TDS & Tax Planning for employees up to form 16o Have in Advance Excel Pivot Table, Goal Seek, Auto & Advanced filters, Vlookup, Hlookup, Splits and Freeze panes which is used to prepare MIS Reportso Marketing –How to rule the market….oAnd many more…We shall provide Participants “Handouts, “CD” and “Certificate” of the same.“There is nothing to lose in this world, there are only Competitive Gains”–By Author A.Din.Pangotra. Corporate Trainer Content 1: Entrepreneurship Development Module – 1: How to Start a Venture: Entrepreneurship Development Program 1.How to Create the Competitiveness & settle in the competition. 2.A guide to Self employment 3.How to prepare yourself for Taking loan from Bank & Raise Finance…
4.Marketing of Products. 5.Preparation of Project profile/Report. 6.Entrepreneurship Memorandum form. Module- II: Government hand holding schemes 1.Government Schemes, Subsidies & Institutional Help. 2.How to raise finance. 3.The Projects those are in Demand 4.How to prepare for DPR 5.Risk & Vision 6.Hand Holding and Initial important Steps for the entrepreneurs in India… 7.Success Story. 8.Statutory & Regulatory Compliance for the Entrepreneurs Content 2: HR Generalist (1) ESI ACT-1948 ESI-ACT Eligibility Contribution From Both Employer & Employee Filing (Monthly & Yearly) Calculation Filling the Form Benefits, Policy Designing Policy Implementation.. (2) PF ACT-1952 PF-ACT Eligibility Contribution From Both Employer & Employee Filing (Monthly & Yearly) Calculations Filling the Form Benefits , Policy Designing, Policy Implementation (3) GRATUITY ACT-1972 Company Policy Benefits Documentations Form Filling Coverage &Eligibility Calculations, Tax Exemptions Limit Supported by Forms and Format, Policy Designing. (4) BONUS ACT-1965 Coverage & Eligibility Calculation Bonus Limit Supported by Forms and Format (5) Factory Act Factory Act Provision,
Procedure, Registration License Forms (6) Contract Labor Act 1970 Introduction Applicability Registration Licensing Wage considerations Form Filling Fee For Registration of A Principle Employer Fee For Grant or Renewal of License of A Contractor Whole Procedure (7) Shops & Establishment Act. 1953 Applicability & Coverage Returns Registers (8) Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 Preliminary Notice of Change Authorities under this Act (9) Child Labor (Prohibition & Regulation) Act, 1986 Who is known as child Labour ? What happens if any dispute occurs? Who is an Occupier? What is Child Labour Technical Advisory Committee? (10) Equal Remuneration Act, 1976 What is scope and Coverage of this act ? Are there any Exceptions What is mean by remuneration? What is mean by same work or work of similar Nature? (11) Trade Unions Act, 1926 Applicability Trade Unions How do we Register a Trade Union What is the Proof of Registration of Trade Union
(12) Companies Act Definitions Definitions of “Companies”, “Existing Companies”, “Private Companies” and “Public Companies” Meaning of “Holding Companies” and “Subsidiary” (13) Standing order Act Pay roll Processing Payroll Software Management Pay Structure Attendance Sheet & Leave Management (CL, EL, SL) Basic, HRA,DA, Conveyance, Medical Allowance, Lunch Allowance Etc. ESI, PF Calculations on Worksheet, Calculations of Gross and Net Salary PT-Slab Process for Individual & Company. TDS (Salaried People) Slab Process of TDS IT For Assessment, Financial & Current Year. Calculation of TDS for Men , Women and Senior Citizens Education Cess Routine Tax Planning Tax Exemptions Under different Sections. Form 16 Professional Tax Registration Process PT Slabs PT Challan Filling Authorities Under PT House Rent Allowance Introduction Reference of Income Tax Act Tax Exception Calculations Documentation The Workmen Compensation Act Introduction Eligibility Benefits Documentations Payment of Wages Act Introduction Implementations Documentations Minimum Wages Act: Introduction Implementation Documentation
Salary Breakup Introduction Salary Slip Formation Cost to the Company ( CTC Designing) Introduction Designing of CTC Competitive CTC Designing BWA Competitive CTC Designing Competency Based CTC HR Generalist Area List & Quality Management Tool: HR Audit Points & ISO Expectations from HR Orientation on Key Terms Company Mapping Performance Management System Policy Making SWOT Analysis HR Balance Score Card HR Dashboard ISO 9000 & 14000 KAIZEN & 5S INTERVIEW SESSION Preparing Perfect Resume Interview Tip How to conduct Interview How to Face Interview Preparing Interview questions MIS Development Reports in Excel sheet Attendance Calendar Attrition Report Employee Data Base Samples HR Content PF Data Base Management Sample Salary Calculations Training Planning Format Training MIS Report Template Training Calendar Full & Final on Excel Sheet PRACTICAL SESSION ADVANCED EXCEL Attendance and Leave Management Advance Excel Reports with Shortcut Keys and Formulations Pivot Table, Goal Seek, Auto & Advanced filters, Vlookup, Hlookup, Splits and Freeze panes which is used to prepare MIS Reports. Recruitment & Selection:
Manpower Requisition Form, Point to be seen in MRF Internal References by sending mail posting it on Job Portal (Monster.com, TimesJobs.com, and Naukri.com) Points to be observed while dealing with HR consultants. How to negotiate with candidate. Points to be considered while closing position Hand Holding or Buddy Program for a new Joining Search the Database/web/Jobsites to source out the required resumes Sell and Forward the interested Candidate resumes to clients against requirements with the help of senior recruiter (Recruitment Team) Handling Three IT,ITES & Non IT Recruitment Making Cold & Head Hunting Types of Poaching in Recruitment Coordinate interviews efficiently and make the even happen IT,ITES , Non IT Recruitment, Man Power Planning , End to End Recruitment Process , Joining Formalities and Relieving procedures, Client Management, IT Skills Training To Understand the Technical Requirements Appraisal Form Self Appraisal Recruitment & Selection: MOU & MOA Designing, Law Terms that should be taken care of while signing. Consultancy Agreement Designing Important Letter & Designing on the Bases of Law Terms Furnishing Letter of Intent, Offer Letter Designing Writing effective Appointment Letter, Asset Issue Receipt Confirmation Letter Increment Letter Promotion Letter Relieving Letter Salary Slip Termination of Employee Employment termination bcz of Abandonment Transfer Letter Termination of Employment bcz of Poor Performance Joining Forms Application R & D- Recent Policies:- HVH Analysis PQ Test TOE Analysis The Fee for above mentioned Certifications: Total Fee: Rs.17000/- Discounted Fee: Rs.12000/- + GST Per Students. Modus Operandi: 1. Invest 2 hours daily while sitting at your system for online classes. 2. Attend Demo class before JOINING. on any monday between 7pm to 9pm. 3. Call 8383864331 for demo class and online registration.
NEDC & NIESBUD(Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship) organises Certificate Program for students on Empowerment of Entrepreneurship Government of India Initiative The National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD) is an apex body under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India established in 1983 for coordinating and overseeing the activities of various institutions/agencies engaged in entrepreneurship development particularly in the area of small industry and small business. It was established with one of its objective to organize, conduct and co-ordinate training programs for Entrepreneurship development in collaboration with various institutes and organizations. The following are the major areas of Intervention of the Institute -The Institute in its Endeavour to promote entrepreneurship among the Aspirants (All Streams) has designed a one days Entrepreneurship Development Program. 1. How to prepare yourself for Taking loan from Bank. 2. Marketing of Products. 3. How to become a successful Entrepreneur. 4. Project profile/Report. 5. Entrepreneurship Memorandum form. 6. Government Schemes, Subsidies & Institutional Help. 7. A guide to Self employment 8. How to raise finance. 9. The Projects those are in Demand 10. How to prepare for DPR 11. Risk & Vision 12. Hand Holding and Initial important Steps for the entrepreneurs in India… 13. Success Story. 14. Statutory & Regulatory Compliance for the Entrepreneurs 15. How to Create the Competitiveness & settle in the competition. In order to promote entrepreneurship/self-employment among your students, we approach you to be a part of mission so that more and more students may take up self-employment to contribute to the development of the country. Know Your Trainer For More Information & Registration Contact Us: 8383864331,9212557108