1  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
 2  India is a signatory to any of the International Conventions on ship arrest
 Yes
 No
 3  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
 4  The territorial sea is regarded as the sovereign territory of the state, as defined by the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea is a belt of coastal waters extending atmost ……………nautical miles from the base line usally the mean low-water mark of a coastal
 24 nautical miles
 12 nautical miles
 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 description of the unit of measurement by which the stock items are recorded on the stock record. is calld
 Stock Locator System
 Stock Keeping Unit
 Stock control
 7  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
 8  The document containing all particulars relating to the terms of agreement between the Master of the vessel and the crew is called
 Contract
 work permit
 Shipping articles
 9  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
 10  A court having jurisdiction over maritime questions pertaining to ocean transport, including contracts, charters, collisions, and cargo damages is
 supreme Court
 Federal Court
 Admirality Court
 11  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
 12  An in-depth assessement of tanker ship with respect to its quality and that of its owner operator and manager, right from commission to current status to maximise its efficiency is called
 Tank inspection
 State Control inspection
 Vetting inspection
 13  Forwarder which uses own aircraft, whether owned or leased , rather than scheduled airlines is called
 Inland Carrier
 Common Carrier
 Integrated carrier
 14  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
 15  The carrier performing the first line haul service of the movement. This carrier is responsible for preparing the waybill document and transmitting the information to any following carriers is called
 Common Carrier
 connecting carrier
 Billing Carrier
 16  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
 17  The mate’s receipt is a document of title to the goods shipped
 Correct
 Incorrect
 18  In case of vessels entering in ballast (empty) Import General Manifest need not be filed with Indian customs
 correct
 incorrect
 19  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
 20  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