The Government has implemented the country's most ambitious indirect tax reform i.e. Goods and Services Tax from 1st July 2017. With a view to enable the students to understand the nitty-gritty of this new law on GST, we have introduced this course on GST. The objective of this Course is to enhance the knowledge as well as to provide avenue to the students in the global service market.
By the end of this course, students will be able to –
- Have specialized and updated knowledge in the area of GST in a systematic manner
- Enhance their analytical & problem-solving skills for decision making
- Introduction: Brief concept about GST , Concept of CGST, SGST and IGST, Concept of Supply, Concept of Mixed & Composite Supply
- Levy, Composition and Exemption from tax: Concept of Levy, Composition Dealer concepts, Power of Central Government to provide exemption from tax
- Time of Supply: Time of supply for Goods, Time of supply for Services
- Valuation: Valuation w.r.t unrelated parties, Valuation w.r.t related parties
- Place of Supply of Goods & Services
- Input Tax Credit: Eligible Input Tax Credits, Blocked Credits, Apportionment of Credits
- Returns: Filing of GST Returns, Details and Due Date of Returns, Matching concept
- GST in Tally: Practical Aspects
- Understand Constitutional support to GST
- Have a brief knowledge about GST, it’s benefits in comparison with previous tax laws
- Know the concepts of taxable events
- Understand various categories of supply
- Understand the concepts of Tax Credits
- Have knowledge about persons required to obtain registration under GST
- Know how and what returns to file
- Know GST in Tally
Who Should Attend?
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Master of Business Administration
- Accounting Executive
- Quantitative Financial Analyst
- GST Practitioners
- Financial Accountant
- Tax Return Preparers
- MIS Executives
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Goods and Services Tax (GST)” certification.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'.