Thursday, April 17, 2014

JCA West Bengal to intensify agitation

It is learnt that JCA, WB will intensify it's stir from next week against the gross injustice made in the cadre review post allocation. All Group C, Group B and promotee Group A officers to abstain from work from Monday, 21st April 2014 onwards. After five days' pen down , members to demonstrate in front of the Pr CCIT's office on 29th April 2014. 
 Agitation Programme under the Banner of JCA, WB Unit revived with immediate effect to protest against the discrimination meted out to West Bengal Region in post allocation in CRC 2013
1)Non-submission of statistical reports
2)Non-participation in Search & Survey operations including recovery & TDS surveys to continue 
3)Pen Down from 21st. April to 25th. April, 2014 when only limitation matters will be taken up 
4)Lunch hour demonstration at Aayakar Bhawan on 29.04.2014

View the details of agitation

Monday, April 14, 2014

Distribution of posts of cadre review : Detailed Booklet

The entire booklet is uploaded now.
You must have heard that CBDT sent a detailed booklet regarding distribution of posts. This booklet contains more than 90 pages.  Some of the similar blogs claimed that there is no soft copy available but we did procure the soft copy and providing for our viewers. We do not have any objection about copying anything from this blog.
CRC Scheme Distribution of Posts (Page 1 to 16)
CRC Scheme Distribution of Posts (Page 17 to 39)
CRC Scheme Distribution of Posts (Page 40 to 67)
CRC Scheme Distribution of Posts (Page 68 to 93)
(The last three files are uploaded in "zip" format. Click the link, go to "File" menu and download the zip file. Unzip it, and view the contents. Due to very large volume of those files, we had to compress it before uploading. Inconvenience is regretted)

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Revenue collection in West Bengal to be hit due to I-T staff crunch : Media News

The process of augmenting revenue collection in the state will suffer a major set back as the existing staff  strength of income tax officers in Kolkata Zone is low, said the Joint Council of Action of Income Tax Association, an amalgamation of two unions ~ Income Tax Gazetted Officers Association (ITGOA) and Income Tax Employees Federation (ITEF).
Officers from the ITGOA today in a programme said that as per the new cadre restructuring in the income tax department, the Central Board of Direct Taxes allotted additional 20,751 staff members, including officers, to 18 regions across the country, while the Kolkata circle is getting none of the staff members. 
Kolkata Zone has a present strength of around 7,100, among which 1,633 members, including officers, will be transferred to other zones. This will affect the collection of revenues. West Bengal, Sikkim and Andaman falls under this zone.
 In the last financial year around 25,000 crore in direct taxes was collected from Kolkata zone.
Mr Bhaskar Bhattacharya, All India General Secretary of ITGOA, said that the new cadre restructuring has deprived Kolkata zone in allotting the new officers. 
"The new restructuring of cadre will affect the revenue collection in West Bengal. The zones which have maximum number of staff strength are Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Bangalore. As a result, West Bengal will be denied the Central grants in the sectors like health, education and infrastructure development if the state sees low collection of direct taxes. The disparity in the cadre distribution happens because some senior officers including some of the Indian Revenue Services prefer to be posted in major cities," Mr Bhattacharya said.

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