Last Date:01 July,2019
Kerala State Goods and Services Tax Department (Kerala GST Department)
Kerala GST Department is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for 17 contractual posts of Junior Programmer, Programmer and Various.Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online by 01-07-2019 , after making sure that they meet the concerned eligibility criteria. All personal and educational details must be mentioned properly.
Name of the post — Junior Programmer,Assistant Programmer and Various
No of post — 17
Pay Scale — Rs 30000,Rs 40000,Rs 60000,Rs 90000
BE/ B. Tech (IT /CS/ ECE) / MCA / M.Sc (IT/ CS) and min 1 yrs experience.
General Information:delhi sarkari naukri
- The applicants intending to apply should ensure that they fulfill the eligibility criteria specified herein below before applying. The cut- off date for attaining the prescribed eligibility shall be the date of notification.
- Nationality: Applicant must be a citizen of India.
- Age of Applicant: The candidates should have attained a minimum age of 22 years and shall not be more than 45 years.
- It should be noted that the eligibility criteria specified herein is the basic qualification for applying the positions. However, merely applying for / appearing for and/ or qualifying at any stage of selection process for the positions does not imply that a candidate will necessarily be eligible for employment / confer right on him / her for appointment in the notified position.
- The Selected candidates will be posted at the State GST Head Quarters at Thiruvananthapuram. Those who are willing to work at Thiruvananthapuram need only apply. The selected candidates will be initially placed for a period of one year which may continue upto 3 years based on performance.
- Candidates can apply for the notified posts as per their eligibility, through ONLINE application mode by visiting http://22.214.171.124:8080/sgstrecruitment
- The candidates must keep scanned copy of following documents before filling the application form and upload the same along with the application.
- Passport size photograph in color: JPEG image of size less than 200KB
- Resume along with self-attested copy of certificates to prove age, eligibility qualifications, experience: Single PDF of size less than 5000KB
- The selection of candidates to the notified positions shall be based on written / practical test and personal interview conducted. The Commissioner reserves the right to cancel the recruitment process at any stage without citing any reason thereof.
- Candidates applying for more than one post shall submit separate application for each
- No application fee shall be remitted for any post.
- Canvassing in any form by an applicant will lead to his/ her disqualification in the selection process.
- The applicants are advised in their own interest that they should not furnish any false,tempered or fabricated particulars / documents and should not suppress any material information while submitting the application.
- If an applicant found guilty of using unfair means during the selection process and /or impersonating or procuring impersonation by any person and / or misbehaving and / or resorting to any irregular or improper means in connection with his / her candidature and / or obtaining support for his / her candidature, by any means, he / she shall be disqualified from the selection process for which he / she is a candidate.
- Goods and Services Tax (GST) is an indirect tax (or consumption tax) imposed in India on the supply of goods and services. It is a comprehensive multistage, destination based tax. Comprehensive because it has subsumed almost all the indirect taxes except few. Multi-Staged as it is imposed at every step in the production process, but is meant to be refunded to all parties in the various stages of production other than the final consumer. And destination based tax, as it is collected from point of consumption and not point of origin like previous taxes.
- Goods and services are divided into five different tax slabs for collection of tax – 0%, 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%. However, petroleum products, alcoholic drinks, and electricity are not taxed under GST and instead are taxed separately by the individual state governments, as per the previous tax regime. There is a special rate of 0.25% on rough precious and semi-precious stones and 3% on gold. In addition a cess of 22% or other rates on top of 28% GST applies on few items like aerated drinks, luxury cars and tobacco products. Pre-GST, the statutory tax rate for most goods was about 26.5%, Post-GST, most goods are expected to be in the 18% tax range.
- The tax came into effect from July 1, 2017 through the implementation of One Hundred and First Amendment of the Constitution of India by the Indian government. The tax replaced existing multiple flowing taxes levied by the central and state governments.
- The tax rates, rules and regulations are governed by the GST Council which consists of the finance ministers of centre and all the states. GST is meant to replace a slew of indirect taxes with a federated tax and is therefore expected to reshape the country’s 2.4 trillion dollar economy, but not without criticism. Trucks’ travel time in interstate movement dropped by 20%, because of no interstate check posts.
- The reform of India’s indirect tax regime was started in 1986 by Vishwanath Pratap Singh, Finance Minister in Rajiv Gandhi’s government, with the introduction of the Modified Value Added Tax (MODVAT). Subsequently, Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao and his Finance Minister Manmohan Singh, initiated early discussions on a Value Added Tax (VAT) at the state level. A single common “Goods and Services Tax (GST)” was proposed and given a go-ahead in 1999 during a meeting between the Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and his economic advisory panel, which included three former RBI governors IG Patel, Bimal Jalan and C Rangarajan. Vajpayee set up a committee headed by the Finance Minister of West Bengal, Asim Dasgupta to design a GST model.
- After the defeat of the BJP-led NDA government in the 2004 Lok Sabha election and the election of a Congress-led UPA government, the new Finance Minister P Chidambaram in February 2006 continued work on the same and proposed a GST rollout by 1 April 2010. However, in 2011, with the Trinamool Congress routing CPI(M) out of power in West Bengal, Asim Dasgupta resigned as the head of the GST committee. Dasgupta admitted in an interview that 80% of the task had been done.
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