G-CARD EXAM CLASSES
To become a representative of a Customs Broker before the Customs Authorities, one needs to pass a written exam known as the “G Card” or Regulation 13(5) Exam. In order to be eligible for this exam, a candidate should have completed 10+2 and should also have some experience as an H Card holder of any Customs Broker.
The G Card exam is conducted at the Commissionerate Level by the Assistant Commissioner of Customs or Deputy Commissioner of Customs of that particular Commissionerate. While some Commissionerate only require the candidate to pass the written exam, others may also include an Oral Exam or Interview.
The written exam usually consists of 100 Objective Type Questions to be attempted in 3 hours and the candidate needs to secure at least 60% to qualify. In recent times, the G Card exam is also being held in the MCQ format.
At JBS Academy our curriculum covers the entire syllabus. We have multiple models to help with the preparations – Self Paced; Live learning; Classroom; Private tuitions; Practice MCQ’s. We offer the best coaching for the G Card exam in India.