Understanding GST in Indian Context

Understanding GST in Indian Context


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GST in a close reality now with the Finance Minister affirming it’s arrival in Indian business geography from 1st April 2016 in the Union Budget presented on 28th Feb 2015. GST (Goods & Service Tax) is going to subsume most of the Indirect Taxes of our country such as Excise & Customs, Service Tax, VAT & CST, Entry Tax, etc. GST would bring in significant amount of change in way of doing business. Gearing up for changes in processes, training of personnel and redesigning the IT systems for being GST compliant is the need of the hour.

The implementation of GST will require a lot of change in the supply chain management, costing analysis, invoicing methodology as well as accounting software & documentation. It is a "cross functional" issue that can affect the entire business structure and hence require input from all key business units. So in order to adapt to the changing scenario we need to prepare well in advance.

Astrazure presents a 3 hour session on Understanding GST in Indian context to discuss these key issues in it’s implementation process



  • Present & Proposed scheme of Indirect Tax
  • GST – Benefits & Challenges
  • Industry Expectations from GST
  • IGST Model
  • Features of proposed GST with illustrations
  • Features of Constitution
  • Features of Place of Supply
  • GST Planning


Atul Gupta -  Senior Partner, APRA & Associates

Atul Gupta is a qualified Chartered Accountant and a Cost Accountant. He is also a member of All India Management Association, Delhi Management Association, Institute of Internal Auditors (Delhi) and Regional Advisory Committee of Central Board of Excise and Custom.

He was a Member of Special Task Force on Service Tax formed by of ASSOCHAM in 2006. He has also authored an exclusive Ready Reckoner on Service Tax and Comprehensive Guide on Service Tax, Introduction to Service Tax, Practical Guide on CENVAT Credit Rules 2004, Handbooks on CENVAT Credit Rules 2004, Practical Guide on Point of Taxation Rules 2011.

He is a regular speaker on indirect tax related subjects and has delivered more than 600 lectures in past 8 years on various platforms for large business conglomerates, Public Sector Undertakings, Members of Professional Institutes and officials from CBEC. His research articles have been published in leading newspapers & various professional magazines. Also he has been covered on various print and television media platforms for expert views on various service tax related issues


For any other information, please contact Biplab SenGupta on 8130826342 / Aneesh Garg on 9871919293 or write to us at trainings@astrazure.com


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