1  The oceans, seas, lakes and other water bodies which cover the upper part of earth in most of its areas are collectively known as
 2  Forwarder which uses own aircraft, whether owned or leased , rather than scheduled airlines is called
 Inland Carrier
 Common Carrier
 Integrated carrier
 3  Minor ports are controlled by
 Central Government
 State Government
 4  Refers to a range or spread of days between which owners may present the vessel for loading
 5  The time limit for commencing court or arbitration proceedings this limit applies to claims both by and against the carrier
 6 months
 one year
 two years
 6  The Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP) is a methods
 Customs Clearance
 Chartering practice
 payment for international sales of goods
 7  Representative of the owner in a certain harbour in the tramp trade is called
 Nominated Agent
 Port Agent
 8  Rates applicable to certain classes of commodities. Usually these rates are applied to commodities that move in large volume shipments in a given market. Hence, this rates are usually lower than the general commodity rate between the same pair of cities is called
 Special Rate
 Specific Commodity Rate
 Negotiated rate
 9  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
 10  Can a ship be arrested if she is already beached for demolition if Bill of Entry is filed for demolition the ship
 11  The principal rule of advance financial payment of hire to the vessel owners in
 Voyage charter
 Time chartering
 12  As per Indian Customs Act 1962, any shortlanding cargo penalty lies on
 Steamer Agents
 13  Each shipping line which provides a vessel to the Joint service is called
 Container Operator
 vessel operator
 Feeder operator
 14  Important document contains a complete specification of the cargo loaded on board the vessel is called
 Boat Note
 Shipping Bill
 Cargo Manifest
 15  As per…………….. requires shipping companies to have a licence to operate. Companies and their ships must undergo regular audits to ensure that a safety management system is in place, including adequate procedures and lines of communication between ships and their managers ashore
 16  In a shipping line agency, issuing of delivery order, collection of ocean freight, releasing of Bill of lading is the responsibility of ……………department
 17  Charge for extended use of line’s/carrier’ equipment when a shipper/consignee or its agent removes a container from Carrier’s origin/destination container yard/terminal to the shipper’s/consignee’s place of business, and does not return the loaded/empty containers to the container yard/terminal or to another Carrier designated location with the permitted free time as stipulated by the line/carrier
 18  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
 19  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
 20  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