CONTENTSChapter 1 Indirect Tax Structure In IndiaChapter 2 Indirect Tax Reforms in India: Steps towards GSTChapter 3 GST MechanismChapter 4 Constitution and GSTChapter 5 Models of GST – An AnalysisChapter 6 GST: Key FeaturesChapter 7 GST Rates – An Unresolved IssueChapter 8 Threshold limits under GSTChapter 9 Taxes to be subsumed in GSTChapter 10 Inter State Transactions – Treatment under GSTChapter 11 Critical Comparison of Current Indirect Taxationand Proposed GST RegimeChapter 12 Critical Clause by Clause Analysis of Constitutional(122nd Amendment) Bill, 2014Chapter 13 Impact of GST on In~ustry Chapter 14 Challenges before Government & TransitionalIssues In GSTChapter 15 Goods & Service Tax – The Way ForwardChapter 16 Goods & Service Tax Network (GSTN)Chapter 17 Learnings from Neighbours – GST in MalaysiaChapter 18 Steps to be taken for Corporate India to be GST Readylist of AppendicesAppendix 1 Working Paper [No.1 12009 – DEAl on GST GSTReforms and Inter-GovernmentalConsideration In IndiaAppendix 2 First Discussion Paper on Goods and Service Taxin IndiaAppendix 3 Comments of the Department of Revenue (DOR)on First Discussion Paper on GSTAppendix 4 Extract of Task Force Force Report of 13th FinanceCommission on GSTAppendix 5 ICAI’s Concept Paper – GST Model for India -SuggestionsAppendix 6 The Constitution (11 5th Amendment) Bill, 2011Appendix 7 Seventy Third Report of Parliamentary StandingCommittee on Finance (2012-13) on Constitution(11 5th Amendment) Bill, 2011Appendix 8 IT Strategy for GST Appendix 9 The Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill, 2014 About the AuthorCA. Chitresh Gupta is a Fellow member of the Institute of CharteredAccountants of India and a senior certified professional in the field of IndirectTaxation. He has completed his graduation from Delhi University and is alsoa certified IFRS professional. He is a senior partner in Chitresh Gupta &Associates, a leading Peer Reviewed Firm in Delhi NCR region.He has worked extensively in the field of VAT and Service tax. In his over 15years of professional career, he has been involved with various facets ofIndirect Taxation. He is on the Panel of Consultants for various companies.His clients include various Multinationals including Limited Companies. Hehas been intensively associated with Taxation matters includingrepresentation at various authorities. He has written number of articles onGood & Service Tax amongst other topics on various forums of theprofessional fraternity. Features Single Point Of Referance for All Development of GST Till Date.Critical Comparision of Indirction Taxation Regime by bProposed GST.Intensive Assessment of impact of GST on various sectors of industryStep to be taken by corporate india to be GST ready.Progress Till Date on GST : Including GSTN Practical Learning from GST Implementation in Malaysia.