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Concerned State : Arunachal Pradesh
Concerned Department : Department of Tax and Excise
Title of Announcement : Review Meeting of T&E on revenue generation
Concerned Date :
08 / 05 / 2015
Details :
A review meeting of Dept. of Tax & Excise was held on May 6 at Itanagar under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Ramesh Negi to review the performance of the Department on revenue generation.
A department release stated that impact is visible on the revenue front as Rs. 458 crores was collected during 2014-15 and this figure is likely to rise after reconciliation. Negi stressed that the system should be efficient in detection of defaulters. He also stressed on early roll out of e-Payment gateway and online return filing.
Dept. of Tax & Excise has implemented e-Governance under Mission Mode Project for computerization of Commercial Tax (MMP-CT) and all the services are being delivered online through. Tapas Dutta, Assistant Commissioner gave an overview on how MMP-CT has helped in streamlining the VAT administration through citizen centric and service oriented processes. He also informed that the Department has increased revenue collection with an appreciable growth of 17% in comparison to that of previous year.
Saranga Pani Bordoloi, PMC (Wipro Ltd) highlighted the status and impact of computerization, which has resulted in increase in dealer base and revenue, with significant reduction in service delivery time and cost.
Kingman Komut, State Project Coordinator MMPCT informed that the Dept has abolished manual issuance of C-Form and the online system enables the dealers to generate C-Form by themselves by feeding the purchase information directly into the system, without even requiring them to visit the Tax office once.
Nabam Nagung, Superintendent Tax & Excise, Zone-I, Naharlagun endorsed that implementation of online CST has facilitated augmentation of revenue significantly by eliminating the scope of manipulation and pilferage. Arunachal Pradesh is the first state to implement the concept of self-generation mechanism of online C-Form without requiring the dealer to wait for approval of the Dept.
The meeting was also attended by Daulat Hawaldar, Secretary Finance and senior officials of the Tax & Excise Department. Tani Jongkey, Joint Commissioner Tax & Excise requested that the manpower strength be enhanced and adequate fund be provided for efficient functioning of the Dept and to generate more revenue in the future. The Chief Secretary asked Secretary Finance to extend every possible support to the Department in this regard.
 
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