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Senior Private Secretary , Private Secretary, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Income Tax Appellate Tribunal , Mumbai Apr 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Post : Senior Private Secretary : 37 posts
Age : Not exceeding 35 years
Post rivate Secretary : 26 posts
Age : Not exceeding 35 years
How to Apply : Applications for the post of Senior Private Secretaries and Private Secretaries in the proforma should be filled in english and should reach the Registrar, Old CGO Building, 4th floor, 101, Maharishi Karve Marg, Mumbai – 20
1. A committee for investigation of the Indian Income-tax system consisting of MIs. C. W. Ayres and S. R Chambers of the Board of Inland Revenue of the United Kingdom and Khan Bahadur J.B. Vachha. Commissioner of Income-tax, Bombay was constituted.
2. Finding the desire of assesses to appeal to an independent forum not unreasonable they recommended that one All India Tribunal be set up consisting of six persons chosen by the Governor-General-in-Council to hear appeals on questions either of fact or at law against decisions of the then Appellate Assistant Commissioners.
3. They, however, opined that it would be desirable to include two persons who have had wide experience in the Income-tax Department and two with accountancy or business experience.
4. The arrangements were to be sufficiently elastic to allow the hearing of most cases in which only questions of tact were involved by single members of the Tribunal, while cases of greater importance were to be dealt with by a bench of two or more members.
5. This gives an impression that the original idea to set up the Tribunal was more or less synonymous to that of a Tribunal of the nature referred to presently in Article 3238 of the Constitution of India.
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About the organization:
On this historic day of 25th of January, the Income-tax Appellate Tribunal was constituted in 1941. It completes sixty years and celebrates its Diamond Jubilee today. The Income-Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) is one of the oldest temple of justice in our country. It is said that the older the temple, the greater is its sanctity and reverence. On this solemn occasion rededicates itself to the lofty ideals which inspired its creation, namely, “Sulabh Nyay & Satwar Nyay’ ~ which means easy and quick justice. It has adopted the following criteria for the working of the Tribunal In India tax was introduced initially by the Act of 1860. It was then assessed by a panchayat and an assessee feeling aggrieved by the assessment could appeal to the Collector of the district, whose order was final. The Act of 1868 (which replaced the Act of 1860) made an improvement in the position by providing, in the first Instance, for a petition of objections to the Collector, and then, for an appeal from the order of the Collector of the district to the Commissioner of Revenue of the division. The order of the Commissioner of Revenue was final. No reference was available to the High Court under these Acts. The same basic position continued under the successor Acts of 1869.1870, 1872, 1886, 1916 and 1917.
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal
Old CGO Building, 4th floor,
101, Maharishi Karve Marg,
Mumbai – 20
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