India’s biggest tax reform is now a reality. A comprehensive Goods and Services Tax (GST) has replaced the complex multiple indirect tax structure from 1st July, 2017.
GST is a destination-based tax that has replaced a plethora of other taxes levied earlier. It is levied dually with State/Union territory GST and Central GST.
Though it would ultimately reduce complexities in indirect taxation in the Country, it is bound to meet with teething problems in its initial phase of implementation. Thus, it is very likely that uncertainties and ambiguities would prevail in the near future.
To clarify these, and provide a platform for interaction among various stakeholders, DSNLU, as a part of its 10th Foundation Day Celebrations, ‘Tenth Ortus’ is organizing “Tax Cognito” National Workshop on Legal Contours of GST.
Subject experts would enlighten the participants on the complexities and intricacies on the concept of Goods and Service Tax.
Call for Abstracts
Students, Academicians, Practitioners and all others interested in the field are invited to send abstracts in not more than 300 words to firstname.lastname@example.org based upon which, the Organising Committee will communicate confirmation/ rejection of participation.
Needless to say, the abstracts should be concise and clear. Participants may present the same in the workshop at Visakhapatnam.
Principles of Valuation under GST
Place of Supply of Goods and Service under GST Regime
Powers and functions of Settlement Commission
GST and E-commerce
GST and Make in India
Last date for submission of Abstracts: 14th September, 2017
Intimation of Acceptance/ Rejection– 18th September, 2017
Seminar Hall, Second Floor, Academic Block, ‘Nyayaprastha,’ Vizag
All queries about the competition may be directed to-
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