INCLUDES:Γ* All relevant RulesΓ* Notifications. Circulars. Clarifications issued upto 26.08.2014Γ* Frequently used provisions in tabular form for easy understandingΓ* STATUTORY PROVISIONS WITH LEGISLATIVE HISTORYCONTENTPreface to the Third Edition About the Author Index to:Division I-Service Tax Provisions at a glance (Appendices) Division 2-Service Tax Statutory Provisions Division 3-Relevant Notifications as in Force Division 4-Circulars Division 5-0rdersl Instructions/Trade Notices/ TRU Letters Division 1-Service Tax Provisions at a glance (Appendices)AppendicesDivision 2-Service Tax Statutory ProvisionsStatutory Provisions Rules and Regulations Division 3 – Relevant Notifications As in ForceNotifications Division 4- CircularsCirculars Division 5-0rders/ Instructions/ Trade Notices/ TRU LetterOrders Instructions Trade Notices TRU Letter ABOUT THE AUTHORAshok Batra is a Chartered Accountant and a Law Graduate. He is an alumnus of Sri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University. Presently, he is senior partner of the “M/s AX. Batra and Associates”, Chartered Accountants. He established the said firm in 1982, after qualifying his Chartered Accountancy Exams in 1981. In the first twenty two years of his practice, he primarily worked in the areas of Direct Taxation, Auditing and Sales Tax. Subsequently, in the year 2004 he felt the ever-growing significance of Service Tax in the Indian Economy. He, therefore, took a conscious decision of concentrating his time, energy and efforts in the field of Service Tax. He adopted multi-disciplinary approach for gauung specialisation in Service Tax. He started delivering lectures on current issues in Service Tax in various seminars and Continuing Professional Education [CPE] Programmes organised by Study Circles, Branches and/or Regional Councils of the institute of Chartered Accountants of India [lCAl], other professional bodies ,Chambers of Commerce and Industry, National Academy of Customs, Excise and Narcotics [NACEN] etc. In order to enable his fellow professionals to understand diverse practical aspects and finer points pertaining to Service Tax, he resorted to writing articles and books on the subject of Service Tax. In addition, he started dealing in wide range of practical aspects of Service Tax by engaging in advisory, Compliance and Litigation functions. Further, many of his cases are considered as landmark judgments on the relevant Service Tax Issues and have been reported in leading Service Tax Journals. Taking into consideration his specialisation in Service Tax [which is an important constituent of indirect Taxes] he has been taken as co-opted member/Special Invitee of Indirect Taxes Committee of ICAI ever since its inception. He is also a faculty of “Certificate Course in Indirect Taxes” of ICAI at many leading centres. Furthermore, he is invited to deliver Union Budget Lecture in respect of Service tax Proposals and Amendments by many Study Circles, Branches and/ or Regional Councils of ICAl, institute of Company Secretaries of India [ICSI] and other professional bodes, Department, as well as by leading Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Media Channels. Finaly, it is also worth appreciating that in addition to five books [namely “Service Law & procedure”, “Service Tax Ready-Reckoner”, ΓÇ£Service Tax on Construction and Real Estate”, “Valuation of Services and Reverse & Joint Charge Mechanism”, ΓÇ£Service Tax Manual I’A to Z refund Under Service Tax”] on Service Tax, he has written two other books [namely “DV T Law, practice & Procedure” and “DVAT Ready Reckoner”] on Delhi Value Added Tax.
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