GST Certification Course 12th batch - September 2020 (Weekdays Evening)
About Online GST Certification Live Course
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The Goods and Service Tax Act was for the very first time introduced in July of 2017 with the objective of “One Nation One Tax”. The Act aims to boost the Indian Economy by successfully resolving the issue of the cascading effect of taxes which was earlier present in the Indirect Tax Regime. However, the GST Act is still in its nascent stages, with updates coming faster than ever the demand for professionals who have a thorough understanding of the GST Act has gone up. Our advance GST Certification Course certified by the Ministry of MSME, Government of India aims to keep tax practitioners as well as taxpayers up to date with the concept of GST. After completion of this course, you will have a clear and conceptual understanding of all the provisions of GST. Our live GST Certification Course also includes two practical classes. Class 1 on GST Return (GSTR 3B and GSTR 1) and Class 2 on GST Refund, to help you understand the practicalities of the GST Act.
Structure of the GST Certification Live Course (10th Batch)
Start from August 15, 2020
Weekend Batch - Saturday & Sunday ( 10 AM to 2.30 PM )
40 hours: 8 days with 4.5 hours each day + 4 hours recorded for Real Estate and GSTR-3B
English and Hindi
Reference E Notes, will be issued a week before the live class
New Feature - Added 2 practical class for the first time in this batch- 1st on GST Return (GSTR 3B and GSTR 1) and 2nd on GST Refund.
Basics of GST with brief discussion of provision of Constitution of India.
What is the Taxable Event in Pre GST vs Post GST –
What is the Taxable Event in Pre GST vs Post GST
Detailed understanding of Supply (Section 7 of CGST Act)
- Discussion of following schedule –
Schedule I – Supply without Consideration
- Schedule II – Supply of Goods/Services
- Schedule III – Negative list
Composite Supply vs Mixed Supply
a) Some Important definition - Inward vs Outward Supply, Continuous Supply of Goods vs
Relevant Advance Ruling on Supply
Time of Supply of Goods (Section 12 of CGST Act) along
with Notification No 40 dated 13 th Oct’17 & Notification
No 66 dated 15th Nov 2017
Time of Supply of Services (Section 13 of CGST Act)
Time of Supply in case of change in Rate of Taxes (Section
14 of CGST Act)
- Value of Supply as per transaction value Section 15
- Inclusion in the Transaction value Sec 15(2) of CGST Act
- When the Discount will be included / excluded from
transaction value Sec 15(3) of CGST Act
- Rule 27 to Rule 31 - Valuation Rule
Rule 32 – Margin Method
i) Foreign Currency Exchange business
ii) Air Travel Agent
iii) Life Insurance Business
iv) Buying and Selling of Second hand goods
Rule 33 – Pure Agent
Discussion of relevant Advance Ruling / Case Studies
- Inter State Supply –Intra State Supply
- Location of Supplier of Goods/Services
- Location of Recipients of Goods/Services
- Meaning of Recipient
- Place of Supply of Goods – Section 10 of IGST
- Place of Supply of Goods - Import/Export,
- Place of Supply of Services when Location of Supplier and Location of recipient both are in India (Sec 12 of IGST)
- Section 13 of IGST Act POS of Services when either the Location of Supplier or Location of recipient is out of India
What is the Eligibility and Condition for claiming ITC-
Section 16 of CGST Act
- Requirement and reversal of ITC (rule 37)
- Schedule I vs Rule 37 Comparative Study
- Concept of Claim - Reversal – Reclaim
- Clarification on Non Filing of GSTR1 will not create
ineligibility for taking ITC
- Reversal as per Rule 42/43 for Input, Input Service & Capital Goods
- Special Provision for Banking, Financial Institutions, NBFC's
- Blocked Input Tax Credit as per Section 17(5)
- Discussion on practical issues for ITC with relevant provision like ITC on Repair & Maintenance of Motor Vehicle, ITC on Repair, construction work of Building
- ITC on Gift vs Business Promotion Expenses etc.
- ITC in case of Special circumstances – Sec 18 of CGST Act
- Rule 42 - Reversal of ITC
- Section 9 of CGST Act
- Deemed Supplier u/s 9(5)
- Reverse Charge u/s 9(4)
- RCM on Services and
- Discussion on all categories of RCM u/s 9(3) of CGST Act
- Analysis of GTA and Advocate
- Important concept
- Import of goods vs Import of services
- Export of goods vs Export of services
- Deemed Export - Sec 147 read with Notification No 48 CT dt. 18th Oct 2017,
- Merchant Export and condition to make sale @.10%
- Procedure for Export of Goods / Service under LUT/Bond
- What is the condition for claiming refund – Section 54
- What is the concept of Inverted Duty Structure and Calculation as per Rule 89(5) read with Notification No 21 and Notification No 26
- When exporters are not eligible for refund
- Export of services on Nepal and Bhutan
- Refund on account of deemed Export
- Time limit for refund application
- Requirement of Registration in GST
- Mandatory Registration – Section 22/24 of CGST
- Exemption from Registration – Section 23 of CGST
- Meaning of effective date of registration
- Amendment and cancellation of registration
- Practical Exposure on how to take registration
Eligibility, Condition and Restriction for composition Levy
Procedure to opt for the composition levy
Input Tax Credit on switch over to composition levy
Rate of taxes, Meaning of Turnover in a State or UT and its
implication on Rate
- Discussion of Important Concept of Tax Invoice, Bill of Supply, Revised Invoice, Delivery Challan tec.
- Accounts and Record to be maintained by all Registered Person
- Additional Record other than composition
- Location, Electronic Form /Manual Form, Period of retention of books
- Practical discussion of the some of the return applicable to Regular Tax Payer like GSTR 3B,
- All Table of GSTR 3B as per Rule
- Live Demo on GST Portal
- Most common error in GSTR 3B and its solution
- Table 4 to Table 7 of GSTR 1 as per Rule
- Table 7 to Table 13 of GSTR 1 as per Rule
- Live Demo on GST Portal
- GSTR 2A vs GSTR 1
- Detail discussion of Annual Return GSTR 9
- Comparative Study with GSTR 3B/GSTR 1
- Most Common error and Issues in GSTR 9
- Reconciliation Statement along with Certification in GSTR 9C
- Comparative Study with GSTR 3B/GSTR 1
- Most Common error and Issues in 9C
- New Return System – RET -1, RET-2, ANX-1, ANX-2 etc
- Power to Arrest
- Advance Ruling
- Appellate Authority
- Job Work under GST
- Tax Collection at Source (TCS) & Tax Deduction at Source (TDS)
- Assessment under GST
- Inspection, Search & Seizure in GST
- What is the various provision of E Way Bill in GST
- Situation where part B is not require to be updated
- Where Movement can be happen without E Way Bill
- Transaction where no E Way Bill is required
- Circular on EWay Bill for – Who will be owner
- Live discussion on EWay Bill Portal
- Practical Issues and Solutions
Duration: 2 Hours
First Attempt to Give Exam
Duration: 2 Hours
Last Attempt to Give Exam
Duration: 2 Hours
Brief Analsyis of Real Estate
Schedule Evening Batch
How and when will the certificate be issued after the completion of the GST Course?
Duration: 2 Hours
Practical Case Study
Who should enroll for this Online GST Certification Course?
- After attending the live class, it is mandatory to give the exam to obtain the certificate.
- Exam Date: Last Day of the class
- Exam Mode: Online Exam, MCQ Based,50 Multiple Choice Questions, Time Limit - 1 Hour
- Minimum Percentage to Obtain Certificate = 50% Mandate
- Result: Immediately after submission.
- When the certificate will be issued: Certificate from Ministry of MSME PPDC will be couriered after 15 days of the Online Examination.
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- CA/CS/CMA in Practice who wish to get expertise in the GST field
- CAs/CS/CMA in Jobs who wish to get promoted and achieve greater goals
- CA Students and Fresher CAs who wish to learn the basic and advanced concepts
- LLB practitioners and students, Independent Tax practitioners and Consultants,
Accountants and Graduates.
- Accountants, B.Com / M.Com graduates who want to get a job under GST
- Retired officer of the Commercial Tax Department of any State Government or of the
CBEC and has worked in a post not lower in rank than that of a Group-B gazetted
officer for minimum period of two years or
- Sales Tax Practitioner or Tax Return Preparer under the existing law for a period of
not less than five years.
CA Arun Chhajer , is a Chartered Accountant and Company Secretary. He is a GST Faculty with Ministry of MSME PPDC, Govt of India and also SGST Officer trainer with various states. He is having a You Tube Channel named CA Arun Chhajer (Swastika Educonsult P Ltd) for updates to tax professionals. He has authored one book "Handbook on Advance GST Practitioner" under the Ministry of MSME.
He has worked with various corporate including TCS, ICICI Bank, Parekh Group, DK India and Soma Isolux, etc and now started CA practice at Delhi since 2017. His major GST Training includes GST training at Indian Airforce, SGST Officers, Tax Bar Association, Management Institute, ICAI etc.
- The recorded session will be provided
- Validity of the Recorded Session: October 30, 2020, or 2.5 times whichever is earlier.
Why should one enroll for GST Certification Course?
Consultancy in GST is considered as one of the most amazing career options for Chartered Accountants. GST is still in its nascent stages and with updates coming faster than ever, taxpayers look up to Chartered Accountant to seek professional help to meet their compliance requirements. The demand for GST practitioners is shooting up every day. If you are ready to take your career to the next level it’s time that you become a certified GST practitioner.
Why should I learn GST Online Course on CAclubindia?
CCI Online Learning has the best faculties for GST. Our live course gives the ability to participants to find answers to all their queries. Our GST Course not only focuses on the theoretical aspects of GST Act but also includes case studies to prepare you well for the practical world.
Will I get a certificate after the completion of the GST Certification Course?
Yes, a certificate will be issued to the participants after the completion of the GST online course. However, the certificate will be issued only when the participant clears the test which will be conducted on the last day with minimum 50% marks. It will an online objective based exam and the certificate will be issued by the Ministry of MSME.
“For the first time, I have taken any online course. Initially, I was a wee bit hesitant but now at this point in time, I can confidently say it is really worth it.
I am sincerely thankful to Mr. Arun Chhajer Sir. He has been quite helpful to the participants to ensure that they can understand the GST Act and its provisions properly. I am very much impressed with his professional prudence cum personalized approach towards the participants. I enjoyed each and every session and never felt bored.
Last but not the least, my gratitude to CAclubindia for giving us the ability to learn at our own convenience.”
“Online GST lectures by CAclubindia have been very informative and useful for me. It was just as expected! Notes given along with classes had coverage of all important points.”
MV Ramana Murthy
“A big thank you to CAclubindia to have come up with such amazing courses for CAs. After completion of this course, I felt my lockdown period was put to good use. I have around 20 years of experience in accounting and was feeling a slight lag as I had taken a three - year break, after the introduction of GST. I was of the idea that a little support in this area would be of great help. Then I came across this course and enrolled for this.
I find this course has been designed extremely well, it covers all areas of the subject. I would like to make a special mention about Mr. Arun Sir who is the faculty for the program. He is very well informed on the subject. His teaching is so good that it not only draws our attention but sustains it too.”