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GST Review October-2021

From the President

Aalok Mehta

Dear Members,

The International Day for Elderly People, is an annual holiday that is held on October 1. The holiday is around with the purpose of supporting the elderly and helping to raise awareness about various issues that surround the elderly in today’s society.

The holiday is to be honoured around the entire world as a means of promoting the need to help today’s elderly population and to improve the lives of people who are aging and need added assistance with keeping their lives healthy and positive.

The International Day for Elderly People was organized to help with promoting a need to handle various issues that the elderly has. Part of this includes making the world more accessible to all people. This is especially as people are expected to live longer in the future.

The event is celebrated by bringing awareness to many topics. This includes a clear look at how well people are aging and how they are being given access to different services and functions within society. This helps to improve how well they are treated. This also promotes issues relating to how to take care of the elderly. A key part of this entails working to improve how well the elderly can be supported by ensuring that they are not abused in nursing homes or while in the care of various professionals.

This celebration helps people to pay their respects to those who came before them. Much of this involves helping people to learn about what they can do to improve the lives of others and to make the elderly feel more confident about their lives.

The International Day for Elderly People helps people to become appreciative of our elders. This comes from how people will learn about the issues that surround our elders. These include problems relating to abuse, difficult relationships with others and so forth. The holiday helps the public to learn more about how to support those who may not be able to support themselves for any reason in particular. This also helps people to get to know their elders a little more. This allows people to feel happier about their elders and to give them the assistance that they need.

Key Achievements

First time in GSTPAM, series of Coaching classes under GST in Marathi for the students and beginners was organized with resounding success. Delegates from all over Maharashtra participated wherein many new speakers were given an opportunity to address on various topics of GST.

A wonderful response received for the 3rd Study Circle Session by CA Vikram Mehta on GST Audit by Department which was attended by members in large number shows the knowledge of the learned speaker and practical use of the Subject.

4th Study Circle meeting was addressed by CA Rajiv Luthia on the subject “Recent amendments, Notifications, Circulars & recommendations under GST Law”, which was well attended by members in large numbers. Members were enriched by the knowledge of learned speaker.

The Inaugural Mega Guidance cell meeting conducted jointly with Profession Tax Department, Government of Maharashtra on topic of Profession Tax Queries & Resolution on 28th September 2021 have received remarkable response.

First Regional Physical Seminar (Post Covid) of GSTPAM Jointly Organized on 9th October 2021 with Tax consultants Association Kolhapur and Tax Consultants Association Sangli on subject of Audit , Summons and Show Cause notice by Adv. Shailesh Sheth with high attendance shows the interest of our members in Academic Learning. I am thankful to Shri Arun Baheti and Shri Amol Mane for their excellent work in organizing this seminar.

We have pleasure to inform you that First Post Graduate Diploma Course on GST in Association with Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai and GSTPAM was inaugurated by the worthy hands of Our Past President Advocate Shri Vinayak Patkar on 11th October 2021. I am thankful to All faculty of our association who have readily accepted our invitation for sharing their knowledge and experience in this course and thereby bringing more fame to the association and taking the association to great heights.

In the last month we had announced the 46th Residential Refresher Course at Indore which is scheduled from 26th January to 28th January 2022. I am very happy to say that it has got an overwhelming response from members and considering the availability of accommodations, we had to stop enrolments for the said event. I thank the participants of the 46th RRC for their great response and I expect similar support for successfully completing the event of 46th RRC. I must congratulate the chairman of RRC Committee Shri. Sachin Gandhi and Convenors Shri. Jatin Cheeda and Shri. Premal Gandhi for the conceptualizing and formulating the structure of the RRC

Before I sign off, let me convey my warm greetings and goods wishes to all fellow members and their families for Diwali. May this festival of light bring the true wealth of peace and Happiness. I wish you all and your family a Happy Diwali and a Prosperous New Year.

Jai Hind, Jai Maharashtra.