NALCO partners with CII, Odisha for outreach programmes on GST

NALCO appeals to its customers and suppliers to comply with the GST regulations including registration

GN Bureau | June 24, 2017


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National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) has joined hands with the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), Odisha, to organise outreach programmes for industries and other stakeholders on GST implementation.
 
Series of interactive programmes are being organised and issues, if any, will be flagged off before the appropriate authorities for clarifications. A facilitation cell has also been opened at its headquarters to guide the concerned stakeholders.
 
NALCO has appealed to all customers and suppliers to comply with the GST regulations including registration. It has also introduced a helpline email id: nalcogst_helpline@nalcoindia.co.in, for all stakeholders to communicate with the enterprise on the GST issue.
 
“The GST rollout is scheduled from July 1 and several activities are going on in industries across Odisha for adopting the new regime of indirect tax with GST subsuming multiple taxes like CENVAT, SVAT and service tax,” Nalco release said, adding that seamless implementation of GST is necessary for its success and its benefit accruing to the industries.
 
Taking the lead, NALCO has already conducted several outreach programmes within the organisation for stakeholders to get acquainted with requirement of the new GST regime. The aluminium major has engaged Deloitte to validate the implementation protocol in ERP platform in the organisation.
 

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