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Guest Lecture on ‘GST’ held at St Philomena College Puttur

Published On : 23 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Prof.Dinakara Rao


Puttur: The Management Association, Department of Business Management, St Philomena College Puttur organized a guest lecture on ‘Goods and Services Tax’ on September 19, 2016 in college auditorium.

 

The Chartered Accountant of Puttur Mr. B. Aravinda Krishna was the resource person. He said, ‘The introduction of GST would be a significant step in the reform of indirect taxation in India. The GST would lead to easy administration and enforcement. From the consumer point of view, the biggest advantage would be in terms of reduction in the overall tax burden. It also helps to have free movement of goods from one state to another.’

The Principal Prof. Leo Noronha presided over the programme. The Head of Department Mr. Radhakrishna Gowda, Connvenors of the Management Association Mr. Prashanth Rai and Mrs. Pushpa N were present in the programme.

Mr. Mohammad Shaafi performed the prayer. The President of the Association Mr. Ahmed Jainuddin welcomed the gathering. Mr. Sandarsh introduced the resource person. Mr. Anthony Shreyas proposed the vote of thanks. Mr. Nixon Joseph compered the programme.







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