Sensitisation: Sastra University’s Seminar on Goods Services Tax (GST): Free Boarding-Lodging, 1st Come-1st Serve, Aug 25

 

Organised by:  School of Law, SASTRA University, in association with GULATI Institute of Finance and Taxation (GIFT), Thiruvananthapuram,  Kerala.

Date and Venue:  31st August, 2013;  School of Law, SASTRA University, Tamil Nadu

About School of Law:  Visit our website http://law.sastra.edu/clec/

Objective of the Programme:  The objective of the programme is to sensitize the participants to the diverse issues around the move towards GST and the challenges ahead in implementing the dual GST model.

Designed as an intensive day long programme with multiple sessions, this Seminar is to allow emerging entrepreneurs gain critical insight about the working of dual GST (i.e., IGST and SGST) which will be introduced in India in near future.

Theme may encompass emerging trends which have the potential to change the face and practice of indirect taxation regime in India.

Target Participants: The Seminar is specifically designed for young professionals, corporate lawyers, corporate officials, academicians, final year law students.

Resource Persons:  Key note papers will be delivered by experts from the industry, academia and research institutions including:

  1. Dr. N. Ramalingam,

Associate Professor, Department of Accounting and Management, GIFT

  1. Dr. C.S. Venkiteswaran,

Associate Professor, Department of Accounting and Management, GIFT

  1. Dr. K. Gopa Kumar,

Associate Professor, Department of Law, GIFT

  1. Dr. Thomas Joseph,

Associate Professor, Department of Accounting and Management, GIFT

Contact Details:

  1. Prof. S. Sangeetha – 7639444655 – ([email protected])
  2. Prof. R. Rajyavardhanan – 9043503013 – ([email protected])

Registration Form:

Participants are requested to send their confirmation and register for the Seminar at the earliest by sending the enclosed response form by 25.08.13 to [email protected].   

There is no registration fee.

Note: Please note that the participation is on first come first serve basis and will be restricted to 30 participants only.

The participants will be offered boarding and lodging facilities free of cost.

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