Arunachal to computerise commercial tax administration

Other services like e-payment, e-check post, e-refund, e-assessment etc would be launched soon

PTI | January 31, 2013



Going with the Centres National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) for complete automation of the commercial tax administration of all states and union territories, the Arunachal Pradesh department of Tax and Excise is all set to implement the same under Mission Mode Project for Computerization of Commercial Tax (MMPCT).

Joint Commissioner, Tax & Excise T Jongkey said this yesterday during a dealers awareness program in which the dealers of Naharlagun, Nirjuli, Doimukh and Banderdewa besides office bearers of Arunachal Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) and Bazaar Welfare Committees attended.

He appealed to the office bearers of ACCI as well as Bazaar Committees of capital complex to cooperate in the new endeavor and disseminate more information about this among all the dealers, official sources informed here today.

The department is starting e-services for VAT and CST registration, filing of sales/purchase invoices, filing of returns and obtaining of statutory forms through online mode, assistant commissioner Tapas Dutta said.

He said that department of Tax & Excise is moving for complete computerization of tax administration in Arunachal Pradesh and other services like e-payment, e-check post, e-refund, e-assessment etc would be launched very soon.

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