Goods and Services Tax (GST) was referred to as “good and simple tax” by the Prime Minister of India when it was unveiled in 2017. It is a comprehensive indirect taxation mechanism with an aim to subsume the existing indirect taxes under a common umbrella, comprising taxes on goods and services. The GST Council acts as a recommendatory body with respect to the implementation and levy of the respective taxes under the system of GST.
This course is aimed at providing an overview of the system of GST comprising revenue collection system, status of different goods and services under GST, compensation mechanism, dispute settlement mechanism, significance of supply under GST and an overview of certain important concepts under the GST regime.
WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
This course will help you
Get an overview of the system of GST
Understand the correlation between GST and the existing taxation system
Understand different concepts under the GST regime
Understand the role of the GST Council in relation to policy making
Analyse the status of different goods and services under GST
Analyse the significance of supply under GST
Get practical knowledge of concepts such as Input Tax Credit, Reverse Charge and Zero Profiteering in relation to GST
Discern the scope for further research in the area of GST
Tarun Jain is an Advocate practising at the Supreme Court of India. He has 12+ years of expertise in indirect tax and direct tax and has been engaged by leading law firms of India where he has led their tax litigation teams. He is an alumnus of LSE and NLU, Jodhpur and teaches Taxation Law as Guest Faculty in various National Law Schools. He has also authored the pioneering treatise “Goods and Services Tax: Constitutional Law and Policy” (EBC).