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Wednesday 20th August 2014
PTCL & Sindh Govt MoU for Data Connectivity in Exise & Taxation PDF Print E-mail
(Published in “Dailytimes” on March 15, 2011)

KARACHI: PTCL will provide data connectivity solutions to Excise and Taxation offices throughout the province of Sindh for integrating the tax collection process. This will not only facilitate taxpayers in submission of taxes but will also result in transparent and efficient tax collection processes in the province. Excise & Taxation Department collecting agency of the provincial government. is the main tax-

The department is responsible for levy and tax collection. PTCL, the largest telecommunication service provider in the country is pleased to provide Government of Sindh a system which will ease of the tax collection procedure. These services offer secure, reliable and integrated end-to-end domestic connectivity solutions to cater data connectivity demand of tax collecting department. PTCL further aspires to equip the government of Sindh with its state of the art data centre services, satellite communication links, videoconference and wireless broadband services. The agreement signing ceremony was held at the office of Secretary Excise and Taxation Manzoor. A. Memon on March 14, 2011. SEVP BZS Abdulla Yousef said, “PTCL is heavily investing in these ICT assets on behalf of our customers so that they can focus on their core competencies. PTCL is deeply committed to providing technology of international standards to government, educational and enterprise markets so that it can play a major role in the development of the country.”

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Tax collection in Sindh gets a major boo

April 10, 2014 Daily Times    KARACHI: Sindh Excise and Taxation Department (E&TD) collected more than Rs 23.017 billion in taxes by February 2014, showing an increase of Rs 3.965 billion as compared to Rs 19.052 billion collected during the corresponding  period of last year.  According to a document available with the PPI news agency, all the seven different taxes collected by the (E&TD) sowed  growth until  February 2014 as compared to the collections during the same period of last fiscal year.   The E&TD collected Rs 2,649.079 million in terms of motor vehicle tax until February, showing an increase of Rs 389.885  million.The collection during the same period of last fiscal year stood at Rs 2,259.194 million.  Similarly, an amount of Rs 2,240.695 million was collected through excise tax as compared to Rs 1,860.552  million in the similar period of last fiscal year, showing an increase of Rs 380.143 million. The infrastructure cess  collection recorded a boost of Rs 2,877.303 million as Rs 16,359.736 million was collected until February of this  fiscal year (2013-14) compared to Rs 13,482.433 million in the similar period of 2012-2013.  Moreover, the E&TD collected an amount of Rs 136.825 million until February in terms of cotton fee as compared to  Rs 122.876 million last year, showing an increase of Rs 13.949 million. The collection of property tax until February of the  current fiscal year made a reasonable growth of Rs 279.800 million at Rs 1,405.653 million against Rs 1,125.853 million c ollected in the same period last year.  Professional tax collection also made a modest rise of Rs 20.726 million at Rs 202.377 million until February as compared  to Rs 181.651 million collected in the corresponding period last year.  The entertainment duty collected during the current fiscal year showed a slightest increase of Rs 3.292 million at Rs 23.040  million as compared to Rs 19.748 million of the last year.  Talking to PPI, Excise and Taxation Director Shoaib Siddiqui said that the rise in revenue collection was due to efforts of  the people in the department, and that they were hopeful that the revenue target set by the government for the fiscal year  would be achieved.   He said that the majority of revenue collection made by his department came from motor vehicle tax and infrastructure cess,  while the recovery of both the taxes stood at 100 percent.  ...

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