New Rules for GST Practitioners Exam
- Blog|GST & Customs|
- 3 Min Read
- By Taxmann
- Last Updated on 25 June, 2021
Registration for the GST Practitioner Exam:
A person who is eligible and require to pass the GST practitioner exam must register himself on the online website as specified by NACIN. While registration, he will also must pay the GST practitioner exam fee as specified on the website. All this information will also get published on official website of the Board and common portal. The applicant can choose an examination center located across the nation as designated by NACIN.
Period of Passing and Number of Attempts:
GST Practitioner Exam Guidelines:
GST Practitioner Exam Syllabus:
The syllabus shall cover the Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017, The Integrated Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017, All The State Goods and Services Tax Acts, 2017, The Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017, The Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017, The Central Goods and Services Tax Rules, 2017, The Integrated Goods and Service Tax Rules , 2017, All The State Goods and Service Tax Rules, 2017 and all the notifications, Circulars, Order that are issued in related to above mentioned acts from time to time.
Declaration of Results:
After about one month of the conduct of GST practitioner exam, the results will be published on NACIN website. The results shall also be available on website of the Board, GST Council Secretariat, common portal and State Tax Department of States and Union Territories. The results will also reach the applicant by email or post. There is also a provision of a person to submit a written application to NACIN or jurisdictional Commissioner if he is not satisfied with his results. This need to be done as per procedure published on NACIN website for handling representations. The Board or State Tax Commissioner have power to relax any provision of this rule for a person of any class or category as or when required.
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