GST Department Recruitment 2020 – Goods and Services Tax Department has released a notification inviting eligible candidates for the post Director, Under Secretary and Deputy Secretary. GST council has released 04 vacancies for officers of the state government/ union territories with the legislature. Candidates have to send their applications through an offline process only. With the application form, candidates have to attach the last 05 years APARS. Get here complete details related to GST Department recruitment 2020 including vacancy details, application process.
Latest: Today is last to send applications for GST Department Recruitment 2020.
GST Department Recruitment 2020
Note down the important dates related to GST department recruitment 2020 from the table provided below:
|GST Department recruitment 2020||Important Dates|
|The release date for the notification||17 Feb 2020|
|Last date to send the application form||60 days from the date of release of notification|
i.e. 09 Apr 2020
Official website: gstcouncil.gov.in
GST Department Recruitment 2020 Notification
Have a look at the official notification for the GST Department Recruitment 2020 bellow:
GST Department Recruitment 2020 Vacancies
Check the vacancies released for GST Department Recruitment 2020 below:
GST Department Recruitment 2020 Application Form
Candidates have to send their application form for GST Department Recruitment 2020 through offline mode. To know more about the procedure, refer to the points provided below:
- Candidates have to download the proforma of the application form from the official website.
- Applicants have to submit the application form along with APARs (2014-2015 to 2018 to 2019) for the last 05 years.
- Candidates have to attest all the documents before the submission.
- Sent the application form to the following address:
Director (Admin), GST Council Secretariat, 5th tower, Tower-II, Jeevan Bharti Building, Connaught Circus, New Delhi – 110001.
About GST Council
Good and Services Tax (GST) was laid down in the country on February 28, 2006. The then finance minister introduced GST to the country on April 01, 2010. GST is an indirect tax which replaced several indirect taxes that earlier citizens used to pay. This is one direct tax that the entire country has to pay on the goods and services they get. To count a few of the benefits of GST, it works on cascading tax effect. GST includes lesser compliances, defined treatment for e-commerce, increased efficiency in logistics, and regulates the unorganized sector. Currently, Nirmala Sitharaman serves as the Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs and as a member of GST council with other members.
To get more information related to GST Council department recruitment 2020, click on the link provided below:
|GST Department Recruitment 2020||Important Links|