EDUCATION

PM Addresses Webinar on Effective Implementation of Budget Provisions Regarding Education Sector

Addressing the webinar, the Prime Minister pointed out that to build a self-reliant India, confidence of the youth of the country is equally important. Confidence comes only when the youth has complete faith in their education and knowledge. Confidence comes only when they realize that their studies are giving them the opportunity to do their work and also the necessary skills. He said that the new National Education Policy has been made with this thinking. He stressed the need to implement all the provisions of the National Education Policy from pre-nursery to PhD quickly and said that the Budget will be of immense help in this regard.

No Relief to GST Sector: Key Highlights of Union Budget 2021

No Major Relief to GST Sector: Key Highlights of Union Budget 2021

(1.) ITR filing exemption to citizens aged 75 years and above (only if income from pension and interest).

(2.) New period for re-opening of assessment for transparent tax system : Reopening of assessment period reduced from 6 years to 3 years except in the cases where tax evasion is 50 lakh or more (re-opening of assessment period is 10 years in these cases).

(3.) Constitution of Dispute Resolution Committee (for taxpayers having taxable income of 50 lakh and above and disputed income is 10 lakh).

Suggestions for Some Changes in Education Policy

Suggestions for Some Changes in Education Policy Mamta Arora, a CA finalist, has suggested some changes in the education policy related to commerce students. Have a look at these suggestions : Education is the most important aspect of our lives. The quality of education should not be compromised by any nation because it plays a …

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