1  General cargo ships in the 15/25000 tonne deadweight,operating deepsea are being regularly employed on scheduled routes are termed as
 Container Liners
 cargo liners
 2  Ship’s articles can be removed into town for the purpose of repair without payment of duty subject to fulfillment of certain conditions is called
 White Pass Procedure
 Pink Pass Procedure
 3  The oceans, seas, lakes and other water bodies which cover the upper part of earth in most of its areas are collectively known as
 Atmosphere
 Hydrosphere
 Lithosphere
 4  The side of an object or obstacle, such as a ship's sail, a mountain, or a hill, furthest away from the wind, and therefore, protected from the direct force of the wind. The opposite of windward is
 Latitude
 Leeward
 landbreeze
 5  As per Indian Customs Act 1962, any shortlanding cargo penalty lies on
 Shipper
 Consignee
 Steamer Agents
 6  In case of vessels entering in ballast (empty) Import General Manifest need not be filed with Indian customs
 correct
 incorrect
 7  A plan shows ship’s particulars, registered dimensions, classification society, grain loading, Hull details, lifesaving equipment, windlass;mooring whinch, steering gear, radar, radio room, ventilation, domestic refrigeration if any, Fresh, Salt and Drinking water services, Co2 Fire extinquisher system, power cables, cargo gear, machinery particulars, cargo capacities, forecastle capacities, refrigerated capacities, deck loadings, heights, tank capacities, container summary is called
 Capacity Plan
 General arrangement Plan
 8  A portal that provides e-filing services to the trade and cargo carriers and other clients of Customs Department is called
 EDI
 ICEGATE
 9  The Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP) is a methods
 Customs Clearance
 Chartering practice
 payment for international sales of goods
 10  The time it takes between the arrival of a vessel and its departure from port; frequently used as a measure of port efficiency is called
 Waiting time
 Turnaround time
 Streaming time
 11  Counties of Australia, New Zealand, and South Pacific Islands are called as Counties of Australia, New Zealand, and South Pacific Islands are called as
 Scandinavia region
 East Asia region
 Oceana region
 12  Charterer pays for cost of loading/discharging cargo, including stowage and trimming is termed a
 FILO Free In/Liner Out
 FIOST - Free In/Out and Trimmed
 FIOS - Free In/Out Stowed
 13  The space not occupied by cargo in a cargo space, caused by spaces between packages and fittings in the ship such as pillars, ladders, stanchions, large angle brackets and beams is known as
 Stowage factor
 broken stowage
 14  Shipment from a country’s port to another country’s port with overland journey in the first country is called
 Landbridge
 Minibridge
 Microbridge
 15  Ports generally supply cargo handling equipments including shore crane, heavy lift crane, mobile crane, floating crane, fork lift, payloaderd and port workers such as winch drivers, onboard labourers, shore labourers on payment to the Stevedores to carry out cargo operation work is called
 Service Ports
 Tool Ports
 Landlord ports
 16   A discharging port where the cargo is not delivered direct alongside the quay but due to the shallow draft it is discharged in to lighters or other similar crafts is called
 Hub Port
 Outport.
 Overside Port
 17  The seller can arrange and pay for most of the freight charges up to the foreign country which is grouped according to Incoterm .
 D group
 E group
 F group
 C group
 18  Container of durable nature are allowed by the Shipping Lines and Agents to be imported into the country, free of duty subject to the condition that the container, so, imported are to be re-exported within 180 days from the date of import after executing …………………Bond with the CMFC is called
 Yellow Bond
 Running Bond
 19  The principal rule of advance financial payment of hire to the vessel owners in
 Voyage charter
 Time chartering
 20  Number allocated at the time of built or when a ship is first included in Lloyd’s Register of ships) is a permanent identification number which will remain unchanged upon transfer of flag
 Official Number
 IMO number
 Global Shipping Number