Notification No. 11/2012 [F.NO.142/15/2011-SO (TPL)], DATED 28-2-2012

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (46) of section 10 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961), the Central Government hereby notifies for the purposes of the said clause, the National Skill Development Corporation, a body constituted by the Central Government, in respect of the specified income arising to the said Corporation , as follows:-

(a)  long-term or short-term capital gain out of investment in an organisation for skill development;

(b)  dividend and royalty from skill development venture supported or funded by National Skill Development Corporation;

(c)  interest on loans to Institutions for skill development;

(d)  interest earned on fixed deposits with banks; and

(e)  amount received in the form of Government grants.

2. This Notification shall be applicable for the specified income of the National Skill Development Corporation for the financial year 2011-12 to financial year 2015-16.

3. This notification shall be effective where-

(i)  the activities and the nature of the specified income of the National Skill Development Corporation remain unchanged throughout the financial year; and

(ii)  the National Skill Development Corporation files return of income in accordance with clause (g) of sub-section (4C) section 139 of the Act.

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3 responses to “Section 10(46) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 – Exemptions – Statutory Body/Authority/Board/Commission – Notified body or authority – National Skill Development Corporation”

  1. M.Nandha gopal says:

    a government board paying for contract payments is it attract TDS or not?

  2. M.Nandha gopal says:

    a government board paid a contract payment is it attract TDS or not?

  3. sathish says:

     if temple is having more than 10 crores of deposit, and they are receiving interest. for that they have to pay tax? if yes means how much percentage they have to pay? whether it comes under section 46? 

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