Home > About > Programs Offered
Medium of Instruction
GST or Goods and Services Tax is considered as a major Tax Reform policy in India which was launched on July 1st, 2017. It has been hailed as India's 'biggest tax reform’. The GST will create a common market for over 1.25 billion people. It's a blanket indirect tax that will subsume several indirect state and federal taxes such as value added tax (VAT) and excise duty, and different state taxes, central surcharges, entertainment tax, luxury tax and a slew of related levies by local bodies. The nation-wide transition to GST has led to immense opportunities as well.
This course is launched in partnership with Schoolguru and authored by eminent Indirect Tax expert Monish Bhalla, who served at the Department of Customs and Excise and Service Tax for almost two decades. The Certificate Course on GST is designed to give working knowledge on the Goods and Services Tax. The participants will learn the history of the GST and understand its need and its implementation in various domains. It will equip learners with necessary knowledge on GST Models, GST Rate Structure and the Registration and Filing Process.
All undergraduates, graduates, BBA, MBA, MCom or working professionals can enrol in this course. There is no fixed target audience/eligibility for this course
The main feature of this program is that it has an app-based learning system. There is an online portal and you will have access to 5 hours of audio visual content in your Learning Management System. You will also have access to self-assessment quizzes, query solving by a GST expert and there will be a dedicated support centre in case of technical difficulties.
|CGST-01 - GST: Concept and Process|
|CGST-02 - Taxes and Duties|
|CGST-03 - Time of Supply of Goods & Services|
|CGST-04 - Registration and Filing|
|CGST-05 - Viva-Voce|
The course fee is Rs. 6000/- plus applicable taxes. You will also receive a course completion certificate after you successfully complete the program.
The mark allocation for Certificate in Computerized Accounting would be as follows:
Continuous Assessment – 80%
Final Assessment – 20%
The student needs to score a minimum of 40% in each assessment type i.e. 32 marks in Continuous Assessment and
8 marks in Final Assessment.