The Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Recruitment For Tax Assistant and Other Vacancies –155| Last Date:01-08-2021

Organization Name:

The Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax

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Name of The Post:

Inspector of Income Tax

Tax Assistant

Multi Tasking Staff

Job Description:

Invites applications for recruitment of meritorious sportspersons in certain games/sports disciplines. The recruitment will be made in the following posts.

Number of the posts:

Inspector of Income Tax : 08

Tax Assistant : 83

Multi Tasking Staff : 64

Pay Scale:

Inspector of Income Tax : Rs.44900-142400/-

Tax Assistant : Rs.25500-81100/-

Multi Tasking Staff : Rs.18000-56900/-

Age Limit:

Inspector of Income Tax : 18-30 years

Tax Assistant : 18-27 years

Multi Tasking Staff : 18-25 years

Education/Qualification:

Inspector of Income Tax : Bachelors degree from a recognized university or equivalent

Tax Assistant : Bachelors degree and data entry speed of 8000 key depressions per hour

Multi Tasking Staff :  matriculation or equivalent from a recognized university/Board.

Apply Mode:

Online

Job Location:

Mumbai

About Organization :

“It was only for the good of his subjects that he collected taxes from them, just as the Sun draws moisture from the Earth to give it back a thousand fold” ––Kalidas in Raghuvansh eulogizing KING DALIP. It is a matter of general belief that taxes on income and wealth are of recent origin but there is enough evidence to show that taxes on income in some form or the other were levied even in primitive and ancient communities. The origin of the word “Tax” is from “Taxation” which means an estimate. These were levied either on the sale and purchase of merchandise or livestock and were collected in a haphazard manner from time to time. Nearly 2000 years ago, there went out a decree from Ceaser Augustus that all the world should be taxed. In Greece, Germany and Roman Empires, taxes were also levied sometime on the basis of turnover and sometimes on occupations. For many centuries, revenue from taxes went to the Monarch. In Northern England, taxes were levied on land and on moveable property such as the Saladin title in 1188. Later on, these were supplemented by introduction of poll taxes, and indirect taxes known as “Ancient Customs” which were duties on wool, leather and hides. These levies and taxes in various forms and on various commodities and professions were imposed to meet the needs of the Governments to meet their military and civil expenditure and not only to ensure safety to the subjects but also to meet the common needs of the citizens like maintenance of roads, administration of justice and such other functions of the State.

Important Dates:

08-07-2021

Last Date:

01-08-2021

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