F.No. 380/2/2014-IT(B)

Government of India

Ministry of Finance

Department of Revenue

Central Board of Direct Taxes

North Block, New Delhi, 31st March 2014

To

All Chief Commissioners of Income Tax (CCA)

Subject:- Central Action Plan for the first Quarter i.e (April, 2014 to June 2014 ) of the F.Y. 2014-15-reg.

Sir/ Madam,

I am directed to forward herewith the Central Action Plan for the first Quarter of the F.Y. 2014-15 (copy enclosed). You are requested to circulate the same amongst all the Officers in your region for necessary action.

Yours faithfully,

(Sandeep Singh)

Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

 

Central Action Plain for first Quarter of the Year 2014-15

Key Result Area

Time frame(by)

I.     Assessment Units (including Central Charges, Inel Taxation, TDS and Exemptions)
A. Correction of Demand

(a)

Verification and cleaning of disputed demand

(b)

Giving credit for prepaid taxes, reflected in Form 26AS post processing

(c)

Giving effect to appellate orders received up to March 31, 2014 30th April

(d)

Disposal of rectification applications received up to March 31, 2014 15th May

(e)

Verification and certification of demand in CPC FAS in cases where notices u/s 245 were issued by CPC before March 31, 2014 31st May

(f)

Verification and certification of demand in CPC FAS in cases where notices u/s 245 were issued by CPC on or after April 1, 2014

As per
prescribed
timeline

B. Surveys conducted upto March 31, 2014: Verification of impounded records, conducting post survey enquiries and submission of Final Survey Reports – Issue of notices u/s 143(2) /I 48 31″ May
C. Audit – Follow-up

(a)

Commissioners to hold meeting in the month of April with the Accountant General for reconciliation, dropping / settlement of pending objections 30th April

(b)

Settlement of 50% of Internal Audit Objections raised upto March 31, 2014 30th June
D. Migration of PAN
E.                Processing of paper returns brought forward on April 1, 2014
F.  Recovery of demand raised in Jan-Mar quarter of 2014
G. Completion of brought forward set-aside assessments and assessments reopened u/s 147
II.    Central Charges : Decentralization of cases as per existing instructions 31st May
III. International Taxation and Transfer Pricing

(a)

The   officers   in   International   Taxation   to   complete   at    least   20%   of the
verifications in 15CA cases brought forward as on April 1, 2014
30thJune

(b)

The TPOs to complete the searches of comparables
IV. CIT(Appeals) : Disposal of minimum 80 Units (1 High Demand appeal will count for 2 units) of old appeals starting from the oldest year to the year following that and so on 30th June
V.       Exemptions : Updating database of registered / exempted / approved entities under sections 12A, 10(23C), 80G etc. 31st May
VI.      Chief Commissioners and Commissioners

(a)

Monitoring of each task specified above and reporting of workload and performance

Monthly DOs

(b)

Submission of APARs for years upto 2013-2014 in respect of all categories of employees, duly completed by the Reporting and Reviewing Officers [Addl. CsIT(11Q)(Adma) to ensure compliance] 30th June

(c)

Disposal of all compounding applications pending as on April 1, 2014

(d)

Reporting gist of 50 quality assessments completed during the F.Y.2013-2014 as per Central Action Plan, for each CCIT to Member (IT) with copy to Zonal Member –this will be source material for publication in ‘Let-us-Share’

30th April

(e)

Identification of 2 young officers / inspectors below the age of 35 years by each CIT / DIT as resource persons for training in relation to Systems related issues. – the CCsIT to communicate their names to the DGIT(Systems)

20th April

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0 responses to “Income Tax – CBDT – Central Action Plan for first Quarter of F.Y. 2014-15”

  1. dattatreyahg says:

    Another kRA should be SENSITISATION of concerned people to the imperative NEED TO EXECUTE REFUND ORDERS at the earliest,without being asked for it. This is one area where Assessees have a lot of complaints about inordinate delays and indifference towards prompt Tax-payers.

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