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June 07, 2019 Friday 04:57:27 PM IST

IGNOU programme on GST

National Edu News


Indira Gandhi National Open University’s School of Management Studies has launched Awareness Programme on Goods and Services Tax (GST), in collaboration with Bombay Stock Exchange Institute Limited. The programme aims to impart basic knowledge and skills required for book-keeping professionals to file various regular GST returns along with the various compliance requirements under the GST Act. The programme would be beneficial to people who are engaged in maintaining accounts and filing of various indirect tax returns. Entrepreneurs engaged in small-scale business ventures can also benefit from this programme as it gives an overview of the procedures and formalities to comply under the GST Act. The eligibility is Ten Plus Two pass and the medium of instruction will be English. Duration of the course will be a minimum of 2 months and maximum of 6 months. The course is offered both in the January and July cycle of admissions. The study material is divided into small 7 modules, available in online mode only.


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