1  India is a signatory to any of the International Conventions on ship arrest
 Yes
 No
 2  Refers to a range or spread of days between which owners may present the vessel for loading
 Laydays
 Laytime
 3   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
 4  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
 5  The Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP) is a methods
 Customs Clearance
 Chartering practice
 payment for international sales of goods
 6  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
 7  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
 8  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
 9  An estimated expenses going to incur when the vessel is calling the intended port, prepared by the steamer agent is called
 Voyag estimate
 Proforma Disbursement Account
 10  The mate’s receipt is a document of title to the goods shipped
 Correct
 Incorrect
 11  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
 12  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
 13  Business relationship in which two or more independent organizations cooperate and willingly modify their business objectives and practices to help achieve long-term goals and objectives
 Joint Venture
 Amalgamation
 Stategic Alliance
 14  Movement of ships without power of engine of the ship is called
 Maneuever
 hot move
 Cold move
 15  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
 16  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
 17  Where cargo is carried by an airline between two countries in neither of which it is based is called
 Flag Carrier
 Fifth Freedom Flight
 Free Carrier
 18  Person employed by a ship owner, shipping company, charterer of a ship or shipper of goods to supervise cargo handling operations is called
 Chief Engineer
 Master
 Port Captain
 19  Minimum Standards of Ship's agents prepared by
 IMO
 UNCTAD
 20  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