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EXCISE AND TAXATION INSPECTORS

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Last Updated On: 14/10/2013  

  • Eligibility : The person(s) appointed/ promoted to the service shall be required to pass the Departmental Examination within a probation period, which may be further extended by the Government for specific period not exceeding 2 years keeping in view the exceptional circumstances and congent reasons in individual cases. Failure to pass the Departmental Examination within the period of probation/ extended period of probation shall amount to following disqualification(s) until the official(s) pass the said Departmental Examinations:
    1. shall not be eligible to earn annual increment in the time scale;
    2. shall not be eligible to earn the proficiency increment/ senior time scale as the case may be; and
    3. shall not be eligible for promotion to the next higher post/ grades.
The date of passing the Departmental Examination i.e. the date of declaration of the result of the said examination shall be the crucial date for being eligible to earn an annual increment. Subsequent annual increments shall however be payable from due dates.
  • Papers for the examination : The papers for the departmental examination of excise and taxation inspectors and the maximum marks allotted to each paper shall be as under :

Sr. No.

Paper

Maximum Marks

1.

Law of Crimes

100

2.

Excise Law

100

3.

Law relating to Allied Taxes

100

4.

Slaes Tax Law and Practice

100

5.

Book Keeping and General Commercial Knowledge

100

  •  Exemption : The Government may also exempt the passing of this examination in exceptional cases for reasons to be recorded in writing.


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