Income Tax Recruitment 2021: The Income Tax department has recently released a notification of the Joint Commissioner (JC) & on the official website. Income Tax Recruitment 2021 has various Vacancies for the post of Joint Commissioner (JC). It is truly a great opportunity for all the eligible candidates.
The selection process has been already started so the eligible and interested applicant should grab this opportunity before miss it out. The Candidate may apply Online only through the official website of the Income Tax (See link given below) before the last date 03.05.2021. Apart from this, all the essential details are clearly elaborated below:
Income Tax Recruitment 2021
Income Tax Recruitment 2021: Overview
Name of the Organization: Income Tax Department
Post Name: Joint Commissioner (JC)
No. of vacancies: various vacancies
Category: Central Government Job
Last Date: 03.05.2021
Location: Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Official Website: https://www.incometaxmumbai.gov.in/
Income Tax Recruitment 2021: Vacancy Details
Total No. Of Vacancy: various vacancies
Income Tax Recruitment 2021: Last Date
Online Registration Starts: 03.03.2021
Last Date of Registration: 03.05.2021
Income Tax Recruitment 2021: Eligibility Criteria
Applicants should hold Analogous Posts on a regular basis.
All candidates who are declared qualified by the Commission for Document Verification will be required to produce the relevant Certificates such as Mark sheets, Provisional Certificates, etc. for completion of Matriculation or equivalent in original as proof of having acquired the minimum educational qualification, failing which the candidature of such candidates will be canceled by the Commission.
Maximum 56 years.
Rs. 15600 to Rs. 39100/-
Income Tax Recruitment 2021 selection will be based on test/ interview.
For more details regarding candidates’ selection norms, eligibility norms, and other details, please go through the official website or officially released advertisement (See Link/PDF given below).
How to Apply Income Tax Recruitment 2021?
Interested and eligible candidates may apply online only through the official website (See Application form’s link given below) before the last date.
Upon successful submission of the online application form, the system-generated Registration/ Acknowledgement Slip will appear on the computer screen. Candidates must print-out it for future correspondence. DO NOT SEND ANY PRINT-OUT/HARD COPY OR DOCUMENTS TO INDIAN COAST GUARD AT THIS STAGE. All the verification will be done in due course.
For detailed instruction on how to apply online, please go through the officially released advertisement (See below given link/ PDF file for more details)
For Official Advt. PDF file: SEE DETAILED ADVT.
Application Format: Click Here
Steps to apply Income Tax Recruitment 2021
Before apply Income Tax Recruitment 2021 please follow the below-mentioned steps.
- Go to the official website https://www.incometaxmumbai.gov.in/
- Click “Recruitment Notices” under Important Links.
- Find & click “Recruitment of Joint Commissioner (JC)
- Notification will open, read it & verify eligibility.
- Download the application form & fill it carefully.
After filling it successfully, upload the application form along with the scan copies of other required documents
Applications through either post or email will be acceptable
The postal address would be as follows.
Room No. 51-II,
Ministry of Finance,
New Delhi 110001
About Income Tax Department
It is a matter of general belief that taxes on income and wealth are of recent origin but there is enough evidence to show that taxes on income in some form or the other were levied even in primitive and ancient communities. The origin of the word “Tax” is from “Taxation” which means an estimate. These were levied either on the sale and purchase of merchandise or livestock and were collected in a haphazard manner from time to time. Nearly 2000 years ago, there went out a decree from Ceaser Augustus that all the world should be taxed. In Greece, Germany, and Roman Empires, taxes were also levied sometimes on the basis of turnover and sometimes on occupations.
For many centuries, revenue from taxes went to the Monarch. In Northern England, taxes were levied on land and on the moveable property such as the Saladin title in 1188. Later on, these were supplemented by the introduction of poll taxes, and indirect taxes known as “Ancient Customs” which were duties on wool, leather, and hides.
These levies and taxes in various forms and on various commodities and professions were imposed to meet the needs of the Governments to meet their military and civil expenditure and not only to ensure safety to the subjects but also to meet the common needs of the citizens like maintenance of roads, administration of justice and such other functions of the State.
In India, the system of direct taxation as it is known today has been in force in one form or another even from ancient times. There are references both in Manu Smriti and Arthasastra to a variety of tax measures. Manu, the ancient sage and law-giver stated that the king could levy taxes, according to Sastras. The wise sage advised that taxes should be related to the income and expenditure of the subject. He, however, cautioned the king against excessive taxation and stated that both extremes should be avoided namely either complete absence of taxes or exorbitant taxation.
According to him, the king should arrange the collection of taxes in such a manner that the subjects did not feel the pinch of paying taxes. He laid down that traders and artisans should pay 1/5th of their profits in silver and gold, while the agriculturists were to pay 1/6th, 1/8th, and 1/10th of their produce depending upon their circumstances.
The detailed analysis is given by Manu on the subject clearly shows the existence of a well-planned taxation system, even in ancient times. Not only this, but taxes were also levied on various classes of people like actors, dancers, singers and even dancing girls. Taxes were paid in the shape of gold-coins, cattle, grains, raw materials, and also by rendering personal service.
However, it is Kautilya’s Arthasastra, which deals with the system of taxation in a really elaborate and planned manner. This well-known treatise on state crafts written sometime in 300 B.C., when the Mauryan Empire was as its glorious upwards move, is truly amazing, for its deep study of the civilization of that time and the suggestions given which should guide a king in running the State in a most efficient and fruitful manner. A major portion of Arthasastra is devoted by Kautilya to financial matters including financial administration.
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