GST Issues & Concerns – Committees in GST regime to address specific issues

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S.No. Order/OM No. Date Subject
1. F.No.25/Committees-1/GST Council 29th May, 2017 GST Implementation Committee, Standing Committees and Sectoral Groups for Smooth roll-out of GST
2. F.No.157/Committee-6/Exports/GSTC/2017 12th September, 2017 Committee on Exports.
3. F.No.182/Committee-7/GoM/Restaurants/-GSTC/2017 07th October, 2017 Group of Ministers (GoM) to make the Composition Scheme more attractive and to revisit GST Tax Structure on Restaurants.
4. F.No.212/LawReview Committee-8/GSTC/2017 02nd November, 2017 Advisory Group of Law Review Committee to look into changes in GST Laws, Rules and Procedures.
5. F.No.212/Law Review Committee-8/GSTC/2017 02nd November, 2017 Law Review Committee to look into changes in GST Laws, Rules and Procedures.
6. F.No.260/Return Filing Committee-10/GSTC/2017 20th November, 2017 Committee on Return Filing to look into issues and requirement of filing returns by the tax payers in GST regime
7. F.No.259/Handicrafts Committee-9/GSTC/2017 20th November, 2017 Committee on Handicrafts to look into definitions of handicrafts goods in GST regime
8. F.No.21/Inv-Comm-11/GSTC/2018 15th January, 2018 Scheme to Incentivise taxpayers
9. F.No.186/GoM-RCM/GSTC/2018 21st March, 2018 Group of Ministers(GoM) on Reverse Charge Mechanism(RCM)
10. F.No.60/Lottery-Comm-12/GSTC/2018 04th April, 2018 Committee on Lottery to study the issues relating to taxation of lottery in GST regine.
11. F.No.305/GoM-Digital Payments/GSTC/2018 04th May, 2018 Group of Ministers(GoM) on Incentivizing Digital Payments in GST regime
12. F.No.305/GoM-Sugar Cess/GSTC/2018 04th May, 2018 Group of Ministers(GoM) on Imposition of Cess on Sugar under GST
13. F.No.257/GIC Meetings/GSTC/2018 04th June, 2018 Constitution of Committee of Officers to conduct examination for enrolment as GST Practitioners

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