Date : 24th May 2017
Venue : India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Indian tax system has long been suﬀering from the vices of multiple taxes, lack of transparency and cascading eﬀect imposed under scores of laws inspite of introduction of VAT at Centre and States level. The Goods and Service Tax (GST) is being considered the panacea to cure all the existing anomalies and complexities in the indirect system in the country and to make nation as one market. Goods and Services tax (GST) has been identiﬁed as one of most important tax reforms post-independence. It is a tax trigger, which will lead to business transformation for all major industries. With GST, it is anticipated that the tax base will be comprehensive, as virtually, all goods and services will be taxable, with minimum exemptions. Thus, it is important for Industry professionals to get acclimatized with this new regime.
IEEMA Pavilion for 2nd time at the African Utility Week being organised from 16-18 May 2017 at Cape Town in South Africa. IEEMA Pavilion is at a prominent location right in front of the Gate 2 which is the main entrance and sees maximum entry. We are confident of attracting maximum number of high profile guests and business visitors from across the African Continent to come visiting the event.
HANNOVER MESSE is the world’s leading show for industrial technology that highlights innovations and groundbreaking solutions in all the core sectors, with comprehensive and integrated overview of tomorrow’s energy systems. HANNOVER MESSE is a unique opportunity to stimulate growth and identify new customers in previously untapped markets.
Metering India 2017… Towards Smart and Sustainable Utilities
IEEMA Meter division proudly announces the 7th edition of METERING INDIA seminar, the benchmark event of the Indian Energy Metering Industry. METERING INDIA, powered by IEEMA, is a biennial event organized in collaboration with various stakeholders in the electricity metering eco-system. Over a decade in the past, this event has not only offered a platform to express diverse perspectives but also served to help power sector utilities address the challenges and issues associated with the absorption of new technologies.
Since 2004, more than 1,700 delegates representing various stakeholder groups have participated in METERING INDIA Seminars. The last edition in 2015 was attended by 400+ participants representing more than 123 organizations comprising Utilities, Consultants, Franchisees, Institutions, Testing Labs, System Integrators, Regulators, Solution providers and Manufacturers.
IEEMA Energy Metering Division is pleased to invite your participation at the seventh edition in the series
Please visit http://events.ieema.org/meteringindia/ for more details and registering as a Delegate.