Interactive Seminar Gearing up the SMEs and Exporters for Year II of the Goods and Services Tax

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Interactive Seminar Gearing up the SMEs and Exporters for Year II of the Goods and Services Tax - Sep 11, 2018

Touted as the biggest economic reform since independence, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) completes one year of its implementation. With the introduction of this 'one nation one tax' regime, the country's business landscape has seen a widespread makeover.  Despite its glitches and snarls, GST is the fastest growing and continuously evolving tax regime in India. 

As a major policy reform in the indirect tax regime, there are bound to be certain teething issues for businesses in the initial years. The Government is trying its best to simplify compliance procedures and easing transitional pain for taxpayers by coming up with regular amendments, FAQ’s, Press Releases, Notification, Circular, Clarifications and so on. These changes however need to be carefully tracked and implemented. SME’s and exporters, who have been impacted the most by the GST rollout, are still fraught with hesitation while working in the new regime.

Given the aforesaid, We have carefully planned a full day GST seminar to help SME’s in understanding the critical tax structure and provisions, decoding the clarifications, understanding the upcoming challenges, and future changes in GST. This seminar will also address the issues faced by SME’s in conducting their everyday business.

Agenda :
Sr.  Topics to be covered
1 Key GST provisions – Are we reading the provisions correctly?
2 What are the common errors taxpayers do in Place & Time of Supply, ITC and Valuation?
3 Is GST blocking the working capital and stock transfers? 
4 How has anti profiteering provision impacted the industry?
5 How to proactively comply with e-way bill provisions?
6 What are the upcoming challenges and changes in GST?

Who should Attend ?
  •  Representatives of exporters and importers

  •  SME’s and MSME’s

Pritam Mahure is a Chartered Accountant working in the field of Indirect Taxes (Service Tax, Excise and Goods and Service Tax). 

He has authored books on “Service Tax” and “GST” for Bharat Publication and CII. He writes regularly for Economic Times, Deccan Herald, Taxmann, Taxindiaonline, amongst others. Pritam is also assisting State Governments with respect to the proposed GST and been instrumental in issuance of circulars and notifications by representing industry specific issues before CBEC.

He has conducted numerous indirect tax trainings for national and international organisations as well as government departments. He has also worked with leading multinational consulting organisations.


"The Ruby”, 4th floor, 29, Senapati Bapat Marg, Dadar (W), Mumbai 400028






Anisha Raju :

Tel : 022 61200261

Pravin Rane :

Tel : 022 61200219

Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 3500 + 18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 4250 + 18% GST


Bank Details for NEFT

Account No.




Bank Name

DCB Bank

Branch Address

Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.


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