Audit II, CGST, Pune

PARTICULARS REQUIRED TO BE PUBLISHED UNDER SECTION 4(1) (b) OF RIGHT TO INFORMATIION AT 2005.

 

(I) THE PARTICULARS OF THE ORGANISATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:

 

1. Name of the Organisation:

Central GST, Audit-II Pune Commissionerate. The Central Board of Excise and Customs, in exercise of the powers under section 3 read with section 5 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (12 of 2017) and section 3 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (13 of 2017) has appointed Commissioner of Central Goods & Service Tax, Audit-II Pune as notified by the Notfn. 2/2017 dated 19.6.2017 w.e.f. 22.6.2017, issued by the Under Secretary, Govt. of India, Ministry of Finance, and Central Board of Excise & Customs.

The objective of the Central Board of Indirect Taxes is to collect correct amount of duties/taxes levied under the Central Excise/Service Tax Law/GST Law in a cost effective, responsive, fair and transparent manner and also to maintain public confidence in the system of tax collection. Audit management requires planning and effective execution of the audit process. Structurally and functionally, this is to be undertaken at two levels– apex level and local level. In order to monitor, co-ordinate and guide the effective implementation of the audit system, the Board has set up the Directorate General of Audit as the nodal agency. At the local level, management of audit is entrusted to Audit Commissionerates, which are supervised by Zonal Principal Chief Commissioners/Chief Commissioners.

 

B. Jurisdiction of the circles of Audit-II Commissionerate, Pune

 

Office Name

Circles

Jurisdictions

 

GST Audit Pune-II 

 

Pune II & Goa  Commissionerate 

 

Office of the Dy./Asst. Commissioner of Central Tax, Audit Circle-I.

Circle-I Division -I & II CGST Pune-II Comm'tte

Division – I
The area covered by PIN codes 411002, 411003, 411005, 411011 and 411020 of Haveli Taluka of Pune                                                                                                                                                                           Division – II

The area covered by PIN codes 411009, 411030 and 411042 of Haveli Taluka of Pune District

 
 
 
 
 

Office of the Dy./Asst. Commissioner of Central Tax, Audit Circle-II.

Circle-II Division -III & IV CGST Pune-II Comm'tte

Division – III
The area covered by PIN codes 411004, 411007 and 411016 of Haveli Taluka of Pune District                                                                                                                                                               Division – IV
The area covered by PIN codes 411008, 411038, 411052 and 411058 of Haveli Taluka of Pune District

 

Office of the Dy./Asst. Commissioner of Central Tax, Audit Circle-III

Circle-III Division -V & VI CGST Pune-II Comm'tte

Division – V
The area covered by PIN codes 411022, 411028, 411040, 411048, 411060 and 412308 of Haveli Taluka of Pune District
Division – VI
The area covered by PIN codes 411021, 411023, 411024, 411025, 411045 and 412205 of Haveli Taluka, entire Bhor Taluka (PIN codes 412206,412213) and Velhe Taluka (PIN codes 412107, 412212 and 412213) of Pune District

 
 
 
 
 

Office of the Dy./Asst. Commissioner of Central Tax, Audit Circle-IV.

Circle-IV Division -VII CGST Pune-II Comm'tte

Division – VII
The area covered by PIN codes 411037, 411041, 411043, 411051 and  411046 of Haveli Taluka of Pune District

 

Office of the Dy./Asst. Commissioner of Central Tax, Audit Circle-V

Circle-V Solapur and Baramati Divisions

Area falling under Solapur and Baramati Divisions (except the area of falling in PIN code 412202)

 

Office of the Dy./Asst. Commissioner of Central Tax, Audit Circle-VI

Circle-VI  Division I & II of Goa

Division-I Area covered by PIN code 403512 of Pernem Taluka, PIN codes 403504 and 403529 of Bicholim Taluka, PIN codes 403114, 403507, 403510, 403511, 403513, 403515, 403516, 403521 & 403526 of Bardez Taluka and PIN codes 403506, 403505, 403110, 403530 of Sattari Taluka.

Division-II  Area covered under PIN code 403001, 403002, 403004, 403005, 403006, 403102, 403104, 403108, 403110, 403201, 403202, 403203, 403204, 403206, 403402, 403403 of Tiswadi Taluka

 

Office of the Dy./Asst. Commissioner of Central Tax, Audit Circle-VII.

Circle-VII  Division III, IV & V of Goa

Division-III Area covered under PIN codes 403115, 403401, 403402, 403403, 403404, 403103 & 403107 of Ponda Taluka and PIN codes 403406, 403407, 403409 & PIN code 403410 of Darbandora Taluka.

 

Division-IV Area covered under PIN codes 403801 to 403808 of Marmagoa Taluka and area covered under PIN codes 403710, 403711, 403718, 403722 & PIN code 403726 of Salcete Taluka

Division-V Area covered under Sanguem, Quepem, Canacona Talukas and the PIN codes 403601, 403701, 403716, 403731, 403714, 403715, 403708, 403717, 403725, 403602, 403713, 403707, 403604, 403724, 403721 and 403723 of Salcete Taluka and in PIN codes 403702 to 403706                                                                                                                                            

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

C. Office Address:    The office of the Central Goods & Service Tax, Audit-II Pune Commissionerate is situated at A wing, 3rd floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A, Sassoon Road, Pune 411001.

EPABX: Exchange   (020)26051856 operator can be requested to connect to various section by Ext No.             

TELEFAX: (020) 26121082 (                                                                                                      

Email id : commradt-STPune@nic.in

 

2.  Functions of an Audit Commissionerate:

The Audit Commissionerate comprises of the following sections:

 

i. Planning and coordination section: To schedule and to provide support in conduct of Monitoring Committee Meetings (MCM); to maintain and to keep a copy of assessee master file and update it in coordination with the audit groups of circles; to maintain records/registers; to submit reports; to look after formation/constitution of audit groups; deployment of officers, matching skills with audit requirement; to maintain database of officers’ profile; to monitor training needs of officers; to plan the audit schedule in such a way as to make optimum use of available resources and ensuring proper desk review before commencement of audit etc.

 

ii. Administration, Personnel & Vigilance section: To look after administrative matters, transfer, leave, allowances, budgetary grants, vigilance matters etc.

 

iii. Technical section: To attend to draft show cause notices, audit follow up, court cases, and maintain Board’s circulars, instructions etc.

 

iv. Risk Management and Quality Assurance section: To attend to risk based selection of units, use of third party source of information, to maintain Audit database of units to be audited, to identify themes/issues for audit, to evaluate and scrutinize working papers and to look after the work related to performance appraisal 8 and quality assurance etc., and to implement the risk based selection advisory received from DG (Audit) and carrying out selection of units after applying local risk parameters.

 

v. Circles: Actual conduct of audit and subsequent follow up till the logical conclusions of the audit objections approved in MCM by issuance of SCN up to AC/DC level , forwarding of draft SCN of the competency level of above AC/DC along with relied upon documents or by recovery. In case of non-metro cities and in cases where Circles are situated at a distance from Headquarters, one stationary MIS group will look after the work relating to Planning and Co-ordination.

 

vi Establishment Section: This section is responsible for maintenance of service records, staffing position, issue of posting orders, and other matters relating to establishment.

 

vii Administration section: This section is responsible for maintenance of inventory of dead stock and perishable articles and procurement and maintenance of furniture, office equipment, stationery and other articles for day to day office use, cleanliness of the office premises, Inward of dak & dispatch of orders and other correspondences.

 

viii Accounts Section: The section is headed by Assistant Chief Accounts Officer (Group B Gazetted). The section is responsible for preparation of pay bills, disbursement of pay and allowances, preparation of expenditure budget, monitoring of the grants received and passing of expenditure bills; custody & maintenance of service books, settlement of medical, TA, tuition fee and other claims of the officers, settlement of pension, etc. 

 

3. Role of senior officers of Audit Commissionerate:

A. Commissioner:

i. To ensure selection of assessees/taxpayers, to be audited during the year, on the basis of risk assessment in consultation with the Directorate of Audit, after applying local risk factors.

ii. To approve the Desk Review and Audit Plan, in respect of top 5 assessees/taxpayers of each audit circle mentioned in the Annual Plan for audit coverage, after ensuring that all the steps have been completed and review of a few draft plans approved by the ADC/JC to ensure quality of audit.

iii. To hold either circle-wise (or any number of circles together as deemed necessary), Monitoring Committee Meeting (MCM), once a month to take decision about the acceptability of all audit objections and to determine as to whether larger period is invokable in respect of the accepted objections.

iv. To ensure that MCM is held by using the offline Audit Report Utility and no paper based audit report is prepared. Also to ensure that after the MCM, each Audit Report Utility is uploaded in ACES

v. To liaise with DG (Systems) to ensure that EDW data and ACES data is available to the auditors

vi. To ensure that requisite follow-up action i.e. recovery, issue of show cause notice is taken.

vii. To review audit performance and to take steps for improvement.

viii. To take remedial measures based on the report of audit group on performance appraisal and quality assurance.

ix. To review the performance and participation of the Additional/ Joint Commissioner and Deputy/ Assistant Commissioner of audit circles.

x. To interact with the major assessees/trade associations, to obtain feedback on the audit system.

 xi. To assess the training needs of the auditors and organize training programmes.

xii. To submit periodical reports to various formations including Zonal ADG (Audit) or Director General (Audit) as prescribed from time to time.

 xiii. To order special audit in terms of Section 14AA of the Central Excise Act, 1944, and Section 72A of the Finance Act, 1994, on his own or on the basis of a reference received from the Executive Commissioner.

xiv. To send a list containing details of show cause notices issued by the Audit Commissionerate (including Circles), during the month, to each of the Executive Commissionerates, on monthly basis.

xv. To ensure CAAP audits are conducted in respect of assessees/taxpayers maintaining records in electronic formats.

xvi. In cases where further investigation is required, the matter may be forwarded to the Executive Commissionerates with a self-contained note for further investigation and necessary action like recording statements under summons etc.

 

B. Additional / Joint Commissioner:

i. Co-ordination, planning and overall management of the audit sections and circles including supervision of work relating to theme based audit, audit of MLUs/MLSPs etc.

ii. To approve the desk review and audit plan, in respect of all the large and medium units, other than the top 5 units that are to be approved by the Commissioner, after ensuring that all the steps have been completed.

iii. To review audit plans approved by the Deputy/Assistant Commissioners of circles, in respect of small units. iv. To interact with large assessees/taxpayers at the time of audit in order to share major audit findings and compliance issues. v. To organize training programmes for auditors.

vi. To review the follow-up action.

vii. To make correspondence with Executive Commissionerate for follow up of pending audit paras admitted in writing.

viii. To ensure selection of units for audit as per the risk based list received from DG (Audit) and to provide justification for tweaking the lists.

 ix. To ensure that the Audit Report Utility is used in MCM and the reports are uploaded in ACES and no paper based audit reports are prepared.

 x. To ensure scrutiny of NIL DARs in the audit circle

 

C. I) Deputy/Assistant Commissioners in-charge of Sections of Audit Commissionerate Headquarters:

To supervise the work relating to the respective sections of Headquarters viz., Planning and Co-ordination Section, Administration, Personnel and Vigilance Section, Technical Section and Risk Management and Quality Assurance Section and theme audit. To ensure that the Audit Report Utility is used in MCM and the reports are uploaded in ACES and no paper based audit reports are prepared

 

II) Deputy/Assistant Commissioners in-charge of Circles:

i. Co-ordination, planning and overall management of the audit circle.

ii. To monitor maintenance of assessee master files and registers.

iii. To approve the desk review and audit plan, in respect of all the small units, after ensuring that all the steps have been completed.

iv. To interact with assessees/taxpayers at the time of audit in order to share major audit findings and compliance issues.

v. To issue show cause notices answerable to Deputy/ Assistant Commissioner of the Executive Commissionerate under intimation to Audit Commissionerate Hqrs.

vi. To prepare and forward draft show cause notices, answerable to Joint/Additional Commissioner and Commissioner, to Audit Commissionerate Headquarters. vii. To approve and issue draft audit reports before attending the MCM meeting. viii. To issue final audit reports after approval in the MCM meeting.

 

(II) Authority for an auditor:

a) There is no separate cadre known as `Auditor' either under the Central Excise Law or under the Service Tax law. The departmental audit is conducted by the Central Excise officers and all the powers vested in the Central Excise Officers under the Central Excise Act, 1944, the Finance Act, 1994 and the Rules made there under are available to the officers conducting the audit. Thus, the auditor is also a ‘proper officer’.

b) The auditor, for conducting audit, has to mainly rely on the records maintained by the assessee/taxpayer in the ordinary course of business.

c) CENTRAL EXCISE:

Under sub rule (2) of rule 22 of Central Excise Rules, 2002 the assessee is required to furnish a list in duplicate of the following:

i. All the records prepared and maintained for accounting of transactions in regard to receipt, purchase, manufacture, storage, sales or delivery of the goods including inputs and capital goods, as the case may be;

ii. All the records prepared and maintained for accounting of transactions in regard to the payment for input services and their receipt or procurement

iii. All the financial records and statements including trial balance or its equivalent.  

d) Sub rule (3) of rule 22 of Central Excise Rules, 2002 further provides that the assessee, on demand shall make available the following documents for scrutiny to the audit parties:

i. The records maintained or prepared by him in terms of sub rule (2);

ii. The cost audit reports, if any, in terms of Section 148 of Companies Act, 2013.

e) As any other officer of Central Excise, the auditor is empowered to access any registered premises for carrying out verifications and checks for conduct of audit when authorised by the Commissioner under rule 22 of the Central Excise Rules

f) Rule 22 of the Central Excise Rules, 2002 provides that the Commissioner may empower an Officer or depute an audit party for carrying out scrutiny or verification of records of the assessee. The rule also obliges an assessee to make available records for such scrutiny. The statutory backing for rule 22 flows from clause (x) of section 37(2) and the general rule making powers under section 37(1) of the Central Excise Act, 1944. Clause (x) of section 37(2) empowers the Central Government to make rules for verification of records and returns to check the correctness of levy and collection of duty, which, in the present regime of self-assessment would mean verification of correctness of self-assessment and payment of duty by the assessee. It may be noted that the expression “verification” used in the section is of wide import and would include within its scope, audit by the departmental officers, as the procedure prescribed for audit is essentially a procedure for verification mandated in the statute.

g) SERVICE TAX:

Service providers of taxable services in the entire country are required to be audited. The relevant enabling provisions for this are,-

i. Section 65(121) of the Finance Act, 1994 provides that words and expressions used but not defined in Chapter V of the said Finance Act and defined in the Central Excise Act, 1944 or the rules made there under, shall apply, so far as may be in relation to Service Tax as they apply in relation to a duty of excise.

ii. Rule 2(2) of the Service Tax Rules, 1994 lays down that all words and expressions used but not defined in Service Tax Rules but defined in the Central Excise Act, 1944 and the rules made there under shall have the meanings assigned to them in that Act and Rules. [Notification No.2/94- ST, dated 28.06.1994]

iii. The definition of “Central Excise Officer” as contained in the Section 2(b) of the Central Excise Act, 1944 will also apply to the Central Excise officers conducting Service Tax audit and shall also include Service Tax officers. Thus, a Central Excise officer, who is assigned the duties of audit in Service Tax, is the proper officer for conduct of Service Tax audit.

h) The Service Tax Law through the Finance Act, 1994 and Service Tax Rules, 1994 do not prescribe any specific records to be maintained by the assessee/taxpayer. However, Rule 5 of the said Rules deals with records. In this regard the following provisions are relevant:

i. In exercise of the rule making powers under clause (k) of sub-section (2) of section 94 of the Finance Act, 1994, the Central Government has inserted a new rule 5(A)(2) in the Service Tax Rules, 1994 vide notification no. 23/2014-Service Tax dated 5th December, 2014. This rule, inter alia, provides for scrutiny of records by the audit party deputed by the Commissioner. Such scrutiny essentially constitutes audit by the audit party consisting of departmental officers - Refers Circular No. 181/7/2014-ST dated 10.12.2014.

ii. Verification of records mandated by the statute is necessary to check the correctness of assessment and payment of tax by the assessee/taxpayer in the present era of self-assessment. It may be noted that the expression “verified” used in section 94(2)(k) of the said Act is of wide import and would include within its scope, audit by the departmental officers, as the procedure prescribed for audit is essentially a procedure for verification mandated in the statute - Refers Circular No. 181/7/2014-ST dated 10.12.2014.

iii. For carrying out integrated audits in exclusive Service Tax Commissionerates, necessary legal enablement has been made in the Jurisdictional Notifications No. 20/2014-ST and 21/2014-ST, both dated 16.09.2014. iv. Besides, Rules 9(5) and 9(6) of the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004 provides for maintenance of records by a provider of output service with respect to receipt and consumption of inputs, capital goods and input services, in addition to submission of periodical returns prescribed under rule 9(9) to rule 9(11) ibid, in respect of credit availed.

i) SUMMONS: The auditor may issue summons with the approval of Deputy/Assistant Commissioner of Circle, only for the purpose of obtaining records/documents which are necessary for conducting audit, where the assessee/taxpayer is not volunteering to submit the same on the basis of letter issued by the auditor. However, where it is felt necessary that recording of the statement of the taxpayer/assessee is necessary, the Audit Commissioner may forward such cases to the jurisdictional Executive Commissioner, with a self - contained note for taking appropriate/necessary action like carrying out further investigation, issue of show cause notice etc., as deemed fit. In this regard, in case of difference of opinion between the Audit Commissioner and the Executive Commissioner the Principal Chief Commissioner/Chief Commissioner may decide the issue.

 

 

(III) Procedure followed in decision-making process including channels of supervision and accountability.

A) Decision making process:

The selection of assessees and taxpayers would be done based on the risk evaluation method prescribed by the Directorate General of Audit. The risk evaluation method would be separately communicated to the Audit Commissionerates during the month of May/ June of every year. The risk assessment function will be jointly handled by National Risk Managers (NRM) situated in the Directorate General of Audit and Local Risk Managers (LRM) heading the Risk Management section of Audit Commissionerates. The Risk Management section of Audit Commissionerate would ensure availability of assessee/taxpayer wise data for a period of last three years, which would facilitate risk assessment and preparation of the list of assessees/taxpayers to be audited in the current year.

b) Basing on the risk methodology, a list of units will be communicated to the Audit Commissionerates by the NRM, for the purpose of conducting audit for the audit year. The Audit Commissionerates may select the units to be audited in a particular year after reviewing the list forwarded to them by the DG (A), in the context of local risk perceptions and parameters. The Audit Commissionerate may also select an assessee with low risk score compared to an assessee with relatively high risk score. However, the reasons for such selection should be indicated which would be used as a feedback by the Directorate of Audit for further improvisation of risk factors in future.

c) The Audit Commissionerates may also select a few units at random or based on local risk perception in each category of large, medium and small units. Feedback on such random selection and results of audit thereof would help in evaluation of parameters used for the process of selection.

d) After preparation of the annual plan of audit coverage as indicated above, the Audit Commissionerates would also prepare a list of units, in whose cases the risk can be mitigated through a detailed scrutiny of returns and convey the details to the Executive Commissioners for taking necessary action. Selection of such units can be carried out at the Zonal level so that the Audit and detailed scrutiny of returns complement each other.

B) Supervision: The first Supervisory Officer is the Superintendent / Administrative Officer and the highest Supervisory Officer is the Commissioner in this office. The overall Control / Supervisory power is vested with the Commissioner. All the work done at the Commissionerate level is subject to inspection by the Assistant/ Deputy Commissioner, Commissioner, Zonal Chief Commissioner, CBIC, and Directorate of Inspection and Accountant General, as the case may be.   

C) Accountability: All the officers from the lowest rank of Hawaldar to the highest rank of Commissioner are accountable for the responsibility entrusted to him/ her as per the charge held by him/her.

 

IV STAFFING norms for Audit Commissionerate:

i. Headquarters shall be headed by one Commissioner with the assistance of two Additional or Joint Commissioners and three or four Deputy Commissioners.

ii. Normally, officers selected and posted to the Audit Commissionerate should be allowed to continue to function in the Commissionerate for a minimum period of two years and maximum of four years.

iii. The supervising officer of the rank of Assistant Commissioner / Deputy Commissioner must frequently (especially in important and sensitive units) associate with the actual audit and attend to the areas of risks identified during desk-review.

iv. Each audit circle shall be headed by a Deputy or an Assistant Commissioner

v. Deputy/ Asst. Commissioner of the circles should be associated with all major audits. Senior Officers of the cadre of Joint/Additional Commissioners should interact with the senior management staff of large units before conducting audit. In case of LTUs, the Principal Commissioner/ Commissioner should interact with the management of the unit.

vi. Audit circle comprises of one stationary audit group (MIS) to look after the work relating to planning and co-ordination section of Hqrs Office, such as MCM, maintenance of Assessee Master Files, processing of draft show cause notices, attending to follow up work etc. and deployment of audit groups for conduct of audit.

vii. The Audit Groups deployed for audit of large units may comprise of 2-3 Superintendents and 3-5 Inspectors. For medium units, the audit group may include 1 - 2 Superintendents and 2 - 3 Inspectors. For small units, the Audit Group may include 1 Superintendent and 1 - 2 Inspectors.

viii. Groups for large units, medium units and small units should be in such numbers that the following distribution of manpower deployment in audit groups is achieved. a. 40% of manpower for large units including audits of MLUs, MLSPs and theme based audits b. 25% of manpower for medium units c. 15 % of manpower for small units d. 20% of manpower for planning, coordination and follow up.

 

V      Acts, Rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions (available on website www.cbic.gov.in)

 1.       Central Excise Act 1944 & Rules made thereunder

2.        Customs Act 1962 & Rules & Regulations made thereunder.

3.        Finance Act 1994(for Service Tax) & Rules made there under.

4.        CBIC Manual of Supplementary instructions on Central Excise and Customs.

5.        Circulars issued by the CBIC.

6.        Instructions issued by the CBIC.

7.        Notifications issued by the Ministry of Finance on Excise, GST and Customs Matters.

8.        Foreign Trade Policy.      

9.        GST Act & Rules made there under.

 

VI. A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control 

 

1.     Audit FAR register

2.     Record of Visit register

3.     Records of Inward Dak

4.     Records of outward Dak

5.     Records of Books.

6.     I Card Register

7.     Stationery Register

8.     Dead Stock Register

9.     Convey Sanction Register

10.   Records of accounts / Pay bill register.

11.   Bill Register

12.   Grant Register

13.   Records of service books of staff

 

The above mentioned documents are maintained by respective sections headed by Superintendents/ACAO/AO.

 

VII)  Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof. (Section 4(1)(b)(vii) of RTI Act, 2005): -

Meeting of the Regional Advisory Committee and Public Grievance Committee is held by the office of the Chief Commissioner, Pune Zone for all the Commissionerates under its jurisdiction for the consultation with or representation by the members of public.

 

8.  A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public. (Section 4(1)(b)(viii) of RTI Act, 2005):

1.   Local Purchase Committee constituted under Rule 155 of the General Financial Rules, 2017, comprising of two Assistant Commissioner and one Superintendents for local procurement of furniture, office equipment, stationery and other articles of day to day office use.  This committee can be changed by the Head of the Department. The meetings of LPC are not open to public.

2.  Tenders for yearly basis for supply of services are made for annual maintenance contract, for computers and its peripherals, housekeeping services and vehicles and contracts have been given as under:

a)   Annual maintenance contract – M/s. Ezee Power Solutions,

b)   Vehicles M/s. Faster Tours & Travels,

c)   Cleaning and sweeping – M/s. Sapna Enterprises.

 

9) A directory of its officers and employees. (Section 4(1)(b)(ix) of RTI Act, 2005):

The below mentioned officers are hereby designated under the Right to Information Act, 2005, pertaining to the jurisdiction of the Audit-II Pune Commissionerate, mentioned against their names given below:

  1. 1.     Audit Circle-I

Name of the CAPIO and Designation 

Office Address 

Telephone

No. 

Jurisdiction 

Shri. S G Gurung Shendge, Superintendent 

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road, Pune-411001. 

020-

26051839 Ext 4214 

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-I,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune 

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation 

Office Address 

Telephone No. 

Jurisdiction 

Shri. R.R.Kedge, Assistant Commissioner 

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road, Pune-411001. 

020-

26051839

Ext 4117 

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-I,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune 

 

  1. 2.     Audit Circle-II

Name of the CAPIO and Designation 

Office Address 

Telephone No. 

Jurisdiction 

Smt. P.P. Dange, Superintendent 

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road, Pune-411001. 

020-

26051839

Ext 4201 

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-II,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune 

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation 

Office Address 

Telephone No. 

Jurisdiction 

Shri. A.B. Kharat, Assistant Commissioner 

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road, Pune-411001. 

020-

26052201

 

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-II,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune 

 

  1. 3.     Audit Circle-III

Name of the CAPIO and Designation 

Office Address 

Telephone No. 

Jurisdiction 

Shri. A.S.Chavan, Superintendent 

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road,Pune-411001. 

020-

26051839

Ext 4233 

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-III,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune 

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation 

Office Address 

Telephone No. 

Jurisdiction 

Shri. B.K. Jain, Assistant Commissioner 

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road,Pune-411001. 

020-

26128524 

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-III,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune 

 

  1. 4.     Audit Circle-IV

Name of the CAPIO and Designation 

Office Address 

Telephone No. 

Jurisdiction

Shri. Soma Banra, Superintendent

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road,Pune-411001.

020-

26052211

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-IV,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. A.K. Chaudhari, Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road,Pune-411001.

020-

2970407

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-IV,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

Name of the CAPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. P.V. Shagalolu, Superintendent

Office of the Asst. Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, Plot No. 3 Opp Kinara Hotel, Hotgi Road, Sholapur-413003.

0217-

2606930

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-V,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

  1. 5.     Audit Circle-V

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. A.T. Suryavanshi, Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Asst. Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, Plot No. 3 Opp Kinara Hotel Hotgi Road, Sholapur-413003.

0217-

2606930

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-V,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

  1. 6.     Audit Circle-VI

Name of the CAPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. M.S.Brahme, Superintendent

Office of the Asst. Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, 4th Floor, Plot No. 6, ICE House, EDC Complex, Patto Plaza, Panaji, Goa-403001.

0832-

2437118

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-VI,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. V.M. Dosi, Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Asst. Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, 4th Floor, Plot No. 6, ICE House, EDC Complex, Patto Plaza, Panaji, Goa-403001.

0832-

2437118

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-VI,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

 

 

 

 

  1. 7.     Audit Circle-VII

Name of the CAPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. N.E. Fernandes, Superintendent

Office of the Asst. Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, 4th Floor, Plot No. 6, ICE House, EDC Complex, Patto Plaza, Panaji, Goa-403001.

0832-

2437118

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-VII,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

 

 

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. Kedarnath Mishra, Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Asst. Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, 4th Floor, Plot No. 6, ICE House, EDC Complex, Patto Plaza, Panaji, Goa-403001.

0832-

2437118

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit Circle-VII,  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

  1. 8.     Audit II Commissionerate (Hqrs.)

Name of the CAPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Smt. Sunila Shendge, Superintendent

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road, Pune-411001.

020-

26051839

Ext 4214

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the  Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

Name of the CPIO and Designation

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. A.K.Chaudhari, Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road, Pune-411001.

020-

29704007

Information relating to the jurisdiction of the Audit-II Commissinerate, Pune

 

Details of First Appellate Authority (FAA) of Pune Audit-II Commissionerate

Name of the FAA

Office Address

Telephone No.

Jurisdiction

Shri. Anand Kumar, Additional Commissioner

Office of the Commissioner of Audit-II Commissionerate, ’B’ Wing, 3rd  Floor, GST Bhavan, 41/A Sasson Road,Pune-411001.

020-

29705251

Appeals relating to the above CPIO’s of Audit-II Commissionerate, Pune

 

10) Monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations.

Sr. No.

Designation

Level

Scale (Rs.) of Pay

1

Commissioner

Level 14

144200 - 218200

2

Additional Commissioner

Level-13

118500 - 216600

3

Assistant Commissioner

Level 10

56100 -  177500

4

Superintendent

Level 8

47600 -  151000

5

Admin. Officer / ACAO

Level 8

47600 - 151000

6

Inspector

Level 7

44900 -  142400

7

Executive Assistant

Level 6

35400 -  102400

8

Tax Assistant

Level 4

25500 - 81100

9

Driver Gr.I

Level 5

29200 -  92300

10

Driver Gr.II

Level 4

25500 -  81100

11

Head Hawaldar

Level 2

19900 - 63200

12

Hawaldar

Level 2

18000 -  56900

 

11. Budget allocated to each of its agency indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made:

Total budget of Rs. 15,90,40,000/- has been allocated to the Commissionerate for the financial year 2018-19.  Disbursements are made on http://pfms.nic.in

 

12) Manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes. (Section 4(1)(b)(xii) of RTI Act, 2005)

Not applicable.

 

13) Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it. (Section 4(1)(b)(xiii) of RTI Act, 2005)

Nil

 

14) Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form: (Section 4(1)(b)(xiv) of RTI Act, 2005)

Information available on website of Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs, New Delhi  (www.cbic.gov.in) and  website of Central GST Pune Zone ( www.punecenexcise.gov.in )

 

15) The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use. (Section 4(1)(b)(xv) of RTI Act, 2005)

Information is uploaded on Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs, New Delhi (www.cbic.gov.in) and website of Central GST Pune Zone (www.punecenexcise.gov.in )

 

16) The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers. (Section 4(1)(b)(xvi) of RTI Act, 2005)

(a)  CPIO- Shri. A.K. Chaudhari, Assistant Commissioner

      Tel. No.- 020-29704007

      Email id -   commradt-STPune@nic.in

 

(b)  Appellate Authority - Shri Anand Kumar, Additional Commissioner

      Tel No.- 26051856–Extn-4107/020-29705251 

      Email id- adc.cgst.pune2audit@gov.in

 

(c )  CAPIO – Shri Sunila Shendge, Superintendent

      Tel. No.- 020 – 26051856–Extn-4214

      Email id-  commradt-STPune@nic.in

 

17) Such other information as may be prescribed. (Section 4(1)(b)(xvii) of RTI Act, 2005)

The senior officers are accessible to the assessees / public. The grievances / complaints are looked into as per the existing mechanism of grievance redressal of Central Government organizations.

 

18)  Incumbency position in Department of Revenue.

 

Sr. No.

Name of the Officer (Smt./Shri)

Posting

  1.  

N. Sridhar, Commissioner

Commissioner

  1.  

Anand Kumar, Addl. Commissioner

Addl. Commr.

  1.  

R.R. Kedge, Asst. Commissioner

Circle-I/ (P&C, Reports & EDP/Systems)

  1.  

A. B. Kharat, Asst. Commissioner

Circle-II/Administration/Establishment./Training

  1.  

B.K.Jain, Asst. Commissioner

Circle-III/

  1.  

A.K. Chaudhari, Asst. Commissioner

Circle-IV/ Tech/RTI

  1.  

A.T.Suryavanshi, Asst. Commissioner

Circle-V (Solapur)

  1.  

V.M. Dosi, Asst. Commissioner

Circle-VI (Goa)

  1.  

Kedarnath Mishra, Asst. Commissioner

Circle-VII (Goa)

10.   

Vasanthi Subramaniam, Asst. Commissioner

HQR (RMS/Confidential)

11.   

S.A.Mulekar, Chief Account Office

HQR (Accounts)