Agri-Export Import Training
This document is a comprehensive compilation of 33 Agricultural Marketing Projects carried out by 11 International Development Agencies and Organisations.
Indo-German Cooperation on Agricultural Market Developmentc/o CCS National Institute of Agricultural Marketing (NIAM)Bambala, Kota Road, Jaipur-302033 (Rajasthan)Tel.: +91-(0)141-2770027
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The Module 2 “European Union Agri -Food Trade Policies and Import Regulations” consist of 4 sessions / lessons, which will take place during early to middle of November 2022.
Curriculum / Sessions:
2-1 Farm-to-Fork-Strategy – what does this mean for imports from India – Agri relations with India
2-2 EU regulations on the imports of food from third countries – Focus on Indian fruits, vegetables, and spices
2-3 Certification requirements for fruits, vegetables and spices – focus on GLOBALG.A.P.
2-4 Certification requirements for fruits, vegetables and spices – focus on IFS and BRC
From each pilot states of the project (Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Odisha), participants will be nominated by the state government. Officials from Agriculture and Marketing division/APMCs, state representative from Directorate of Marketing and Inspection (DMI), leading Exporters/ Agri-startups/ FPO CEOs/ FPOs resource institutions will be the major targeted training participants. Additionally, participants will be invited from the commodity boards to participate in the training program.
The Module 1 “India’s Agri-Food Trade Policies and Export Incentives” consist of 4 sessions / lessons, which will take place during early to middle of November 2022.
1-1 Discuss Export Incentives, Duty Neutralization
1-2 Capacity Building Schemes
1-3 India Foreign Trade Policy
1-4 Availing Export Import Benefits/ Authorizations