Excellence Learning Center
An ISO 9001:2008 Organization
We invite you to attend/ nominate your Managers & Executives for this
important seminar on
TAX LAWS FOR SCM 2011
Excise Duty, Service Tax & VAT
On 18’th and 19’th April 2011 (9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.)
at HOTEL SAGAR PLAZA,
1, Bund Garden Road, Near Nehru Memorial Hall, Camp, Pune 411001.
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Introduction: - On 28’th Feb 2011 our Finance Minister presented his Fiscal Budget proposals in the
Parliament and lot of activities related to Impact Analysis, Tax Planning and Budgeting at Personal as
well as Corporate level took off. This year we have completed two decades of Liberalization from Red
Tape & License Raj. In these 20 years lot of changes all of us have seen and experienced. Service Tax
was introduced and no of Services were brought under tax net from 3 in 1995-96 to 114 in 2010-11.
VAT was introduced and we are looking forward GST to be launched in 2011-12.In this Fiscal Budget
revenue generation for Government of India was found to be around 11% from Indirect Taxes like
Excise Duties, around 6% from Service & other Taxes, around 10% from Customs Duties. For
someone, this budget may be taxing and for some, it may be relaxing. As per some Experts for Excise
& Service tax & Customs 40 notifications are issued and under the geese of rationalization the harsh
penal provisions are imposed. For Service Tax the units & individuals below 60 lakhs of turnover
treated at par with SSI Industries in Manufacturing Sector. Coloured rehearsal of GST showed the
glimpses of backdoor entries of inspector raj.
Within few weeks State Level Budgets will be put up to respective State Assemblies
and we will understand about VAT i.e. Value Added Tax, more in details. Finance Minister has
sounded possibilities on forthcoming Goods & Service Tax (GST) from 2012. In this scenario the
need was felt to understand impact of Excise Duty, Service Tax, and VAT on Supply Chain
Management Processes in the Industries and Commerce across the country. This two days training
Programme will cover from Basics to Latest developments in the area of Indirect Tax Laws e.g.
Excise, Service Tax, and VAT which is required for day to day working for Managers & Executives in
the field of Supply Chain Management across the country.
Participant Profile: - This Executive Development Programme is for all Supervisors, Managers and
Executives from all functions of Materials, Supply Chain Management across the organization,
Logistics Partners, Finance, Accounts, Costing, Audits, and Marketing to support Initiatives of the
Organization for Lean Management.
Course Contents- FACULTY
1. Basics of Excise Duty, Preliminary Information, What is Advocate Vidyadhar Apte,
Notification? What is Circular?, Levy of CENVAT Duty, Practicing Advocate for Indirect
Procurement of Capital Goods &Treatments thereof, Registration Taxes in High Court and
under Central Excise, Hierarchy of the Central Excise Tribunal,
Department, Examples of Exemption Notifications. Leading Consultant, Excise &
2. Job work Procedure in Central Excise, How important is your Service Tax,
product Classification?, Valuation - Sections and Rules, Invoicing Chairman- Indirect Taxation
under Central Excise, Sale in Transit & Diversion or (Central) Committee
Transshipments of consignments, Important Points to be noted by Maharashtra Chamber of
all types of Exporters, Rejections of Duty paid goods, Proceedings Commerce, Industry &
in Adjudication Agriculture, Mumbai.
3. Basics of Service Tax, Comparison between Central Excise and Former Editor – Sahaj- Udyog,
Supplement of ‘Weekly
Service Tax, Service Tax Procedure in Brief – Registration to
Returns. CENVAT Credit Rules,
4. Excise / Service Tax Time Table, Dos' and Don'ts, Visit Books for
Excise Officers, Citizens Charter.
5.Historical Background of VAT, Basic concept of VAT, Different Leading Consultant, Sales Tax &
methods of VAT, Some important definitions, Registration VAT,
provisions, Statutory Registration Voluntary Registration, Returns, Chairman, State Taxation
Assessments, Audit, Composition Schemes Committee,
6. Set off or input tax credit, Negative List, Partial allowance, Mahratta Chamber of
Conditions for grant of set off, Taxation of works contracts, Commerce, Industries &
Taxation of Lease Transactions, Interstate Transactions, Refund Agriculture, Pune.
claims, Package scheme of incentives, Comparative study of VAT Former President, Income Tax,
in various states, Entry tax and Octroi. Sales Tax Practitioner’s
7. Group Exercise for Computation of Excise Duties, Service Tax &
Former Editor, Tax Tribune,
VAT, and various Set-offs allowed. Open House Discussion &
Author of Book ‘VAT
Question / Answers. Margadarshika’ in Marathi
8. Do’s & Don’ts of Tax Laws- Excise Duty, Service Tax & VAT, Language.
Update on GST.
Open House Discussions & Summing up
Fees & Registration-
The fee per participant is Rs.8000/- plus Service Tax @ 10% plus Education Cess @ 3% on
Service Tax = Rs.8824/-. It covers Course Material, Programme Folder, Lunch, Tea/Coffee,
and Breakfast during the programme. Fee is payable by Cheque (Participants from Companies
outside Pune to pay by a DD, At Par Cheques or their Local Cheques with Rs. 50/- towards
Bank Charges) in the name of ‘Excellence Learning Center’. We also accept online payments,
we request you to please contact us for Bank Details.
Our Service Tax Registration No. - AANPN7430LST001
PAN No. - AANPN7430L
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Phone No, Fax No, and e-mail id of the nominees along with Fees at least 6 days in advance
of programme dates to,
Excellence Learning Center
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