1  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
 2  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
 3  A questionnaire database that helps all companies that are involved in petroleum transport find and use necessary information about the other companies that they deal with is called
 Ship-terminal report
 Terminal procedure
 Q88
 4  Can a ship be arrested if she is already beached for demolition if Bill of Entry is filed for demolition the ship
 Yes
 No
 5  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
 6  The owner of a ship can choose not to operate his ship himself but to entrust this to a third person or company. The person who hires a ship or several ships in bareboat charter or in time charter is called. ..
 Managing owner
 Registered owner
 Disponent Owner
 Beneficial owner
 7  Temporary cessation of trading of a ship by a shipowner during a period when there is a surplus of ships in relation to the level of available cargoes. This surplus, known as over-tonnaging, has the effect of depressing freight rates to the extent that some ship-owners no longer find it economical to trade their ship, preferring to
 Lay-by
 lay-up
 8  Representative of the owner in a certain harbour in the tramp trade is called
 Nominated Agent
 Port Agent
 9  The costs associated with disposing or recycling products that have been returned due to customer rejects, end of life or obsolescence is called
 Return Processing Cost
 Return inventory cost
 Return Disposal cost
 10  12500teu capacity container ships are called
 S class
 L class
 R class
 E class
 11  The Principal Regulations Governing Maritime Safety lays down a comprehensive range of minimum standards for the safe construction of ships and the basic safety equipment (e.g. fire protection, navigation, lifesaving and radio) to be carried on board. Which also requires regular ship surveys and the issue by flag states of certificates of compliance
 MARPOL
 COLREG
 SOLAS
 12  Refers to a range or spread of days between which owners may present the vessel for loading
 Laydays
 Laytime
 13  A contract between a shipper and an ocean carrier of conference, in which the shipper makes a commitment to provide a minimum quantity of cargo over a fixed time period is called
 Sales Contract
 Freight contract
 Service contract
 14  List prepared by the master of a ship showing the full names, nationality, passport or discharge book number, rank and age of every officer and crew member engaged on board that ship and is one of the essential ship's documents presented to the customs and immigration authorities on arrival at a new port
 Crew List
 Stores List
 15  India is a signatory to any of the International Conventions on ship arrest
 Yes
 No
 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  A thorough examination and checking of the vessels/aircrafts is undertaken on selective basis taking due note of the past history of the vessels, the area/country from which these are arriving, the intelligence report etc- known as
 Boarding
 Rummaging
 18  Minimum Standards of Ship's agents prepared by
 IMO
 UNCTAD
 19  Where light-dues have been paid in respect of any ship in excess of the amount payable under this Act, no claim to refund of such excess payment shall be admissible, unless it is made within
 one year
 six months
 one month
 20  As per Indian Customs Act 1962, any shortlanding cargo penalty lies on
 Shipper
 Consignee
 Steamer Agents