University of Mumbai's

Garware Institute of Career Education and Development

NAAC Re-accredited with 'A++' Grade

Bachelors (Degree Courses)

BMS (Customs Clearance, Freight Forwarding & Logistics)

+ Course Duration:

3 YEARS (Full Time)

+ No Of Seats :


+ Fees :

Total Fees- Rs.1,57,300/-

Semester I - Rs.26,770/-

Semester II - Rs.24,700/-

Semester III - Rs.26,200/-

Semester IV - Rs.24,700/-

Semester V - Rs.25,230/-

Semester VI - Rs.29,700/-

+ Eligibility :

H.S.C. or Equivalent Examination (Any Faculty with English subject compulsory).

+ Admission Procedure :

Admissions On The Basis Of Written Test & Interview.

+ Preamble :

Custom Clearance and Freight Forwarding is a very important component of the commercial sector.

There is an increasing demand for personnel in the field of International Trade & Logistics.

To help to inculcate the element of competition in the Customs Clearance & Freight Forwarding industry, qualified personnel in this respective field are in utmost demand to handle the growing business in the private as well as in the public sector.

In view of this, Garware Institute of Career Education and Development plans to introduce Three years Full-time Bachelor in Customs Clearance, Freight Forwarding and Logistics.

+ Objective :

To impart adequate knowledge and develop the skill requirements to meet the demands of the industry. 

To train the students in theory and practical to fit in well and perform in an excellent manner. 

To develop skilled personnel who are acquainted with knowledge of Customs Law, Procedures, Tariffs, Policy, Transportation, Documentation and International Trade.

To Groom the students to take up executive and supervisory roles.

+ Job Opportunities :

The contents of the program are specially designed and will be of great interest to those who wish to take up a career in customs clearance, freight forwarding, transportation and distribution.

This program will broaden the student’s understanding of the industry and all new entrants to this field.

In view of introduction of competitive element in the International Trade sector there is a greater need for trained personnel in the Imports and Exports business.

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