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Goods and Services Tax (GST) India Certification Training
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 52.2 GB | Duration: 128h 29m

Learn end-to-end process of India GST registration, rules, supply, charge, exemption, input tax credit, returns, refunds


What you'll learn
GST (Goods and Services Tax) in India
Supply under GST
Charge of GST
Exemptions from GST
Place of Supply - Definitions, Sections 10, 11, 12(i), 12(ii), 13
Time of Supply - Definitions, Sections 12, 13, 14
Value of Supply - Definitions, Provisions, Rules
Input Tax Credit - Definitions, Blocked Credits, Apportionment of Blocked Credits
Blocked Credit in Special Circumstances - Section 18
Distribution of Credit by ISD - Sections 20 & 21
Input Tax Credit - Section 16
Registration - Sections 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 to 30, Rules
Tax Invoice - Definitions, Section 31, e-Invoicing, Special Cases
Credit and Debit Notes
Accounts and Records
Electronic Way Bill
Payment of Tax - Definitions, Sections 49, 50
GST Returns
Import and Export under GST
Import of Goods & Services under GST
Registration and ITC in case of Import of Goods and Services
GST Refunds
Job Work
Assessment and Audit of GST
Inspection, Search, Seizure, Arrest
Demands and Recovery - Definitions, Sections 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78 to 84
Liability to pay in certain cases
Offences and Penalties under GST - Definitions, Sections 122, 123, 124, 130, 131, 138, Rules
Advance Ruling
Appeals and Revision
TDS and TCS for GST
Miscellaneous Provisions

Description
A warm welcome to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) India course by Uplatz.
The concept of Goods and Services Tax (GST) was first introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi (India) when the government launched GST into action on the midnight of 1 July 2017. However, GST was almost two decades in the creation since the concept was first projected under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government. Goods and Sales Tax is a destination based tax on consumption of goods and services. It is levied at all stages right from manufacture up to final consumption with credit of taxes paid at previous stages available as setoff. In a nutshell, only value addition is taxed and weight of tax is borne by the final customer. In order to regulate inflation, essential items including food, which currently establish roughly half of the consumer inflation basket, will be taxed at zero rate.
The GST system in India is a dual GST with the Centre and States simultaneously imposing it on a common tax base. The GST levied by the Centre on intra-State supply of goods and / or services would is called the Central GST (CGST) and that levied by the States is called the State GST (SGST). Similarly, Integrated GST (IGST) is taxed and managed by Centre on every inter-state supply of goods and services. India is a federal country where both the Centre and the States have been assigned the powers to levy and collect taxes through appropriate legislation. Both the levels of Government have distinct responsibilities to perform according to the division of powers prescribed in the Constitution for which they need to raise resources. A dual GST will, therefore, is consistent with the Constitutional prerequisite of fiscal federalism.
Uplatz provides this comprehensive course on GST (India) covering all topics related to Goods and Services Tax. This GST course will help you understand the complexities of GST rules, regulations, supply, processes, charges, exemptions, appeals, and settlements. The GST training includes practical scenarios and the actual implementation of GST from both the taxpayer's angle and from the government's point of view. This GST course will equip you skills to become a Corporate Tax Consultant with mastery over the most important business tax in India i.e. GST.
This GST course will also help you to prepare for CA, CS, and other accountancy exams.
GST - Course Curriculum
Lecture 1- GST IN INDIA- AN INTRODUCTION PART-1
Lecture 2- GST IN INDIA- AN INTRODUCTION PART-2
Lecture 3- GST IN INDIA- AN INTRODUCTION PART-3
Lecture 4- SUPPLY UNDER GST PART-1
Lecture 5- SUPPLY UNDER GST PART-2
Lecture 6- SUPPLY UNDER GST PART-3
Lecture 7- SUPPLY UNDER GST PART-4
Lecture 8- SUPPLY UNDER GST PART-5
Lecture 9- CHARGE OF GST PART-1
Lecture 10- CHARGE OF GST PART-2
Lecture 11- CHARGE OF GST PART-3 (I)
Lecture 12- CHARGE OF GST PART-3 (II)
Lecture 13- CHARGE OF GST PART-4
Lecture 14- CHARGE OF GST PART-5
Lecture 15- EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-1 (I)
Lecture 16- EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-1 (II)
Lecture 17- EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-2 (I)
Lecture 18-EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-2(II)
Lecture 19- EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-3
Lecture 20- EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-4
Lecture 21- EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-5
Lecture 22- EXEMPTIONS FROM GST PART-6
Lecture 23- PLACE OF SUPPLY( INTRODUCTION & DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 24- PLACE OF SUPPLY (SECTION-10 & 11)
Lecture 25- PLACE OF SUPPLY (SECTION-12) (i)
Lecture 26- PLACE OF SUPPLY (SECTION-12) (ii)
Lecture 27- PLACE OF SUPPLY (SECTION-13)
Lecture 28- TIME OF SUPPLY(DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 29- TIME OF SUPPLY (SECTION-12)
Lecture 30- TIME OF SUPPLY (SECTION-13)
Lecture 31- TIME OF SUPPLY(SECTION-14)
Lecture 32- VALUE OF SUPPLY (DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 33- VALUE OF SUPPLY (PROVISIONS FOR VALUATION OF SUPPLY)
Lecture 34- VALUE OF SUPPLY (RULES FOR VALUATION OF SUPPLY)(PART-1)
Lecture 35- VALUE OF SUPPLY (RULES FOR VALUATION OF SUPPLY)(PART-2)
Lecture 36- INPUT TAX CREDIT (INTRODUCTION & DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 37- INPUT TAX CREDIT(APPORTIONMENT OF BLOCKED CREDITS)
Lecture 38- INPUT TAX CREDIT(BLOCKED CREDIT IN SPECIAL CIRCUMSTATCES- SECTION-18)
Lecture 39- INPUT TAX CREDIT(BLOCKED CREDITS) (i)
Lecture 40- INPUT TAX CREDIT(BLOCKED CREDITS) (ii)
Lecture 41- INPUT TAX CREDIT(DISTRIBUCTION OF CREDIT BY ISD- SECTION-20 & 21)
Lecture 42- INPUT TAX CREDIT(SECTION-16)
Lecture 43- REGISTRATION(INTRODUCTION & DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 44- REGISTRATION(SECTION-22)
Lecture 45- REGISTRATION(SECTION 24 & 23)
Lecture 46- REGISTRATION (SECTION-25)
Lecture 47- REGISTRATION (SECTION-25) PART-2
Lecture 48- REGISTRATION (SECTION-26 TO 30 & RULES)
Lecture 49- TAX INVOICE(DEFINITIONS & SECTION-31)
Lecture 50- TAX INVOICE (E-INVOICING)
Lecture 51- TAX INVOICE (SPECIAL CASES- PART-1)
Lecture 52- TAX INVOICE (SPECIAL CASES PART-2)
Lecture 53- CREDIT AND DEBIT NOTES
Lecture 54- ACCOUNTS AND RECORDS(PART-1)
Lecture 55- ACCOUNTS AND RECORDS(PART-2)
Lecture 56- ELECTRONIC WAY BILL (PART-1)
Lecture 57- ELECTRONIC WAY BILL (PART-2) (i)
Lecture 58- ELECTRONIC WAY BILL (PART-2) (ii)
Lecture 59- ELECTRONIC WAY BILL (PART-3)
Lecture 60- PAYMENT OF TAX(INTRODUCTION & DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 61- PAYMENT OF TAX(SECTION-49)
Lecture 62- PAYMENT OF TAX(SECTION-50)
Lecture 63- RETURNS PART-1 (DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 64- RETURNS PART-2
Lecture 65- RETURNS PART-3
Lecture 66- RETURNS PART-4
Lecture 67- RETURNS PART-5
Lecture 68- IMPORT AND EXPORT UNDER GST (INTRODUCTION & DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 69- IMPORT AND EXPORT UNDER GST (IMPORT OF GOODS UNDER GST)
Lecture 70- IMPORT AND EXPORT UNDER GST (IMPORT OF SERVICES UNDER GST)
Lecture 71- IMPORT AND EXPORT UNDER GST (REGISTRATION AND ITC IN CASE OF IMPORTOF GOODS AND SERVICES)
Lecture 72- IMPORT AND EXPORT UNDER GST (EXPORT UNDER GST)
Lecture 73- REFUNDS (PART-1)
Lecture 74- REFUNDS (PART-2) (i)
Lecture 75- REFUNDS (PART-2) (ii)
Lecture 76- REFUNDS (PART-3)
Lecture 77- REFUNDS (PART-4)
Lecture 78- REFUNDS (PART-5) (i)
Lecture 79- REFUNDS (PART-5) (ii)
Lecture 80- JOB WORK (PART-1)
Lecture 81- JOB WORK (PART-2)
Lecture 82- ASSESSMENT AND AUDIT (PART-1)
Lecture 83- ASSESSMENT AND AUDIT (PART-2)
Lecture 84- INSPECTION, SEARCH, SEIZURE AND ARREST (PART-1)
Lecture 85- INSPECTION, SEARCH, SEIZURE AND ARREST (PART-2)
Lecture 86- DEMANDS AND RECOVERY(DEFINITIONS)
Lecture 87- DEMANDS AND RECOVERY(SECTION 73 & 74)
Lecture 88- DEMANDS AND RECOVERY(SECTION 75)
Lecture 89- DEMANDS AND RECOVERY(SECTION 76 & 77)
Lecture 90- DEMANDS ANDRECOVERY(SECTION 78 TO 84)
Lecture 91- LIABILITY TO PAY IN CERTAIN CASES
Lecture 92- OFFENCES AND PENALTIES( INTRODUCTION, DEFINITIONS AND SECTION 122 & 123)
Lecture 93- OFFENCES AND PENALTIES(SECTION 124 TO 130)
Lecture 94- OFFENCES AND PENALTIES(SECTION 131 TO 138 & Rules )
Lecture 95- ADVANCE RULING
Lecture 96- APPEALS AND REVISION (PART-1)
Lecture 97- APPEALS AND REVISION (PART-2)
Lecture 98- APPEALS AND REVISION (PART-3)
Lecture 99- APPEALS AND REVISION (PART-4)
Lecture 100- TAX DEDUCTION AT SOURCE AND COLLECTION OF TAX AT SOURCE
Lecture 101- MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (PART-1)
Lecture 102- MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (PART-2)
Lecture 103- MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (PART-3)
Lecture 104- MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (PART-4)
Who this course is for
GST & Tax Consultants
Chartered Accountants
Newbies and Beginners aspiring for a career in Taxation & Audit
Auditors and Account Managers
Finance Managers & Account Executives
Students preparing for CA, CS, CFA exams
Finance Directors
Project Managers & Supervisors
Tax Filing Agents & Companies
GST Accountants, Analysts, Consultants
Income Tax Commissioners
Tax Coordinators & Analysts
Account Executives
GST Executives
Managers & Senior Managers - Indirect Tax (GST) compliance
Tally Professionals
Sales & Marketing Executives
Entrepreneurs and Company Owners
Anyone interested to become Tax/GST Consultant

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