GST, demonetisation to feature in NCERT books from 2018GST,,demonetisation,to,feature,in,NCERT,books,from,2018

GST, demonetisation to feature in NCERT books from 2018 From the next year, schools students will receive lessons on GST and demonetisation as the same will be included in the NCERT textbooks. Representative image From the next year, schools students will receive lessons on Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetisation, as the same will be included in the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks. As per an HT report, on Thursday, Minister of State for HRD Upendra Kushwaha told the Rajya Sabha, “NCERT has decided to incorporate the…

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Early Winter Session likely to help GST rollout

In a bid to roll out the crucial Goods and Services Tax (GST) from April 1 next year, the Modi government is considering advancing the winter session of Parliament to pass the Central GST (CGST) and Integrated GST (IGST) Bills, and pave the way for the implementation of the new tax regime. The session is generally convened in the third or fourth week of November. The government, however, is looking to start the session from the first fortnight of November, just after the festival season. [Source:-The Hindu]

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India Launches Sweeping Economic Reforms: Foreign Media On GST

NEW DELHI: The term “united states” has always been most apt for describing India, a nation of unparalleled variety of peoples and climes, 23 official languages and thousands of dialects. Some villages have been home to particular lineages for so long that residents claim their own dialect is discernible from what’s spoken in a town two miles down the road. Over centuries – millennia even – ruling classes carved out principalities across the Indian subcontinent through war and alliances, fusing early forms of union out of linguistic and geographical affinities. And…

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Congress, Is That A Yes? ‘Broad Understanding’ On GST Reform, It Says

  HIGHLIGHTS Vote on GST tax reform likely on Wednesday in Rajya Sabha Congress says – broad understanding – reached with government GST creates national sales tax to subsume matrix of tariffs NEW DELHI: India’s biggest tax reform in decades could become a reality on Wednesday with the main opposition party, the Congress, declaring that it has arrived at “a broad understanding” with the government after months of negotiations. The government wanted the national Goods and Services Tax or GST to be debated and voted on tomorrow, but the Congress forced…

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