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Roles of Assistant Commissioners of Commercial Taxes

CCT/VAT-CELL/12-19/2005-06
Office of the Commissioner
of Commercial Taxes,
Panaji-Goa.
Dated: 1/2/22007
ROLE OF ASSTT. COMISSIONERS OF COMMERCIAL TAXES

The following jurisdictional responsibilities are already entrusted to the  Assistant Commissioners of Commercial Taxes:-
 Name of ACsName of the Ward
1.Smt. Deepali Naik, AC-1Margao and Curchorem Wards
2.Shri Dipak M. Bandekar, AC-IIPanaji Ward
3.Shri K.V. Signapurkar, AC-IIIBicholim and Mapusa Wards
4.Shri Pravin M.S Barad, AC-IVVasco and Ponda Wards
 The responsibilities assigned are  mentioned below:-   
  
1.ACs should periodically inspect the wards at least one a fortnight and point out the environmental deficiencies which come to their notice. 
2.They are to maintain individual files for the wards, wherein, inspection report and the action taken report  on subsequent visits are to be retained . A similar file of inspections be retained by each CTOs. Whenever CCT and Addl. CCT visits the wards, the records of previous inspection and compliance can be checked. 
3.While inspecting the wards, the ACs shall ensure that the records are properly stacked , so that the files do not  get misplaced on various occasions and are returned to the record room as soon as requisite verifications are completed. 
4.It is also expected that the ACs  shall regularly monitor the enforcement and provide necessary guidance and clarification to the inspection teams whenever asked for. 
5.ACs should also periodically accompany the inspection teams in order to see that the inspections are done in a responsible and organized manner. 
6.The ACs should also ensure submission of monthly reports and enforcement reports to the Head Office as per the laid down procedure. 
7.At present the task relating to preparation of VAT Audit list and follow up action is to be done on priority. 
8.ACs may also cross check from the respective wards that  the disposal of Audit paras is done promptly . 
9.The recovery is another important aspect of functioning of wards. If it  is not done in time and the recovery certificate are not regularly issued, recoveries would remain unattended . Due attention must be given to this activity 
10.ACs must hold periodical meetings of the concerned ward officers for monitoring performance on this points. 
 


(Ajit Srivastava) 

Commissioner of Commercial Taxes
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