Central Excise Chennai Zone Recruits Tax Assistant / Havaldar 2016

Central Excise Chennai Zone Recruits Tax Assistant / Havaldar 2016 in Chennai.

Qualification :  Any Graduate, 10th
Salary : Rs.5200-20200/- P.M
No of Vacancy : NA
Location : Chennai
Last date to apply : 01 June 2016

Details of Central Excise Chennai Zone Tax Assistant / Havaldar 2016 Recruitment

Tax Assistant/Havaldar job vacancies in Central Excise (Chennai Zone) on Sports Quota for the year – 1/2015-16

Tax Assistant

Qualification : (i) Minimum educational qualification of Graduation in any discipline from any recognized University. (ii) Should possess a data entry speed of 8000 key depression per hour.


Qualification : (i)Matriculation or equivalent from any recognized Board or University

Age : 18-27 Yrs

Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200

How to apply :

The application together with the required enclosures should be sent by registered post/by hand to : The Additional Commissioner -CCA, Chennai Zone Office of the Chief Commissioner of Central Excise, Chennai Zone, 26/1 Mahatma Gandhi Road,Nungambakkam Chennai 600 034. Last date for the receipt of applications is on 01/06/2016, 17.00 hours

About Central Excise – Chennai Zone

The Central Excise Department spread over the entire country administers and collects the central excise duty. The apex body that is responsible for the policy and formulation of connected rules is the Central Board of Excise and Customs which functions under the control of the Union Finance Ministry.

What is tax ?

Tax is nothing but money that people have to pay the Government, which is used to provide public services.

What is the objective of tax collections?

Though the collection of tax is to augment as much revenue as possible to the Government to provide public services, over the years it has been used as an instrument of fiscal policy to stimulate economic growth. Thus it is one of the socio-economic objectives.

Are there different types of taxes?

Yes, there are. Some taxes are direct and others are indirect. Under our constitution, while the Central Government is vested with the powers of levy and collection of certain taxes, the State Governments are empowered to levy and collect certain other type of taxes.

What are direct and indirect taxes?

If the taxpayer bears its incidence and is not able to pass on the burden, such tax is direct tax. Example: – Income Tax, Wealth Tax, Gift Tax etc. If the taxpayer is just a conduit and every stage the tax-incidence is passed on till it finally reaches the consumer, who really bear the brunt of it, such tax is indirect tax. Example: – Excise Duty, Customs Duty, Sales Tax etc.

Dates to remember

Last Date to Apply for this job : 01 June 2016


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