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CBDT Chairman Issues Directive Reg Disposal Of Non-Time-Barring Assessments

Hon’ble Sushil Chandra, the Chairman of the CBDT, has addressed a letter dated 29th October, 2018 in which a mid-year review of achievements in major KRAs specified in Central Action Plan, 2018-19 has been undertaken with reference to the progress in the major Key Result Areas of Budget Collection, scrutiny disposal, cash collection out of arrear and current demand and disposal by CIT(A).

It is stated that while some of the Regions have performed very well, some Regions are lagging behind and the performance of a few Regions is completely unsatisfactory.

The Principal CCsIT have been requested to review the performance of the CCsIT/ Pr. CsIT and identify areas of under-performance and take all measures to improve the same.

It is stated that the supervisory officers at all levels must exercise close monitoring of work in their jurisdictions and redistribute workload wherever required for maximum efficiency.

It is also stated that efforts should also be made to dispose of non-time-barring assessments in significant numbers after the time-barring assessments have been completed so that cash collection from the current demand can be made during the current financial year itself.

SUSHIL CHANDRA
Chairman. CBDT & Special Secretary to the Government of India
F. No. 380/02/2018-IT (B)

Ministry of Finance/ Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes
North Block, New Delhi-110001
E-mail : chairmancbdt@nic.in

Dated: 29th October, 2018

Tele ; 23092648 & Telefax : 23092544

Dear Principal Chief Commissioner of Income-tax,

Subject: Mid-year review of achievements in major KRAs specified in Central Action Plan, 2018-19.

I have reviewed the progress made by various Regions in the major Key Result Areas of Budget Collection, scrutiny disposal, cash collection out of arrear and current demand and disposal by CIT(A). The performance of various Pr. CCsIT vis-a-vis the targets is summarized in the attached table,

It is noted that while some of the Regions have performed very well in most of the KRAs, some Regions are lagging behind and the performance of a few Regions is completely unsatisfactory. The purpose of the mid-year review is to identify the areas of under-performance so that focused efforts to improve the performance in such areas are made and the annual targets are ultimately achieved.

Accordingly, it is requested that you may review the performance of the CCsIT/ Pr. CsIT under your jurisdiction and identify areas of under-performance and take all measures to improve the same. The supervisory officers at all levels must exercise close monitoring of work in their jurisdictions and redistribute workload wherever required for maximum efficiency. Efforts should also be made to dispose of non-time-barring assessments in significant numbers after the time-barring assessments have been completed so that cash collection from the current demand can be made during the current financial year itself.

With best wishes,

Yours Sincerely,

(Sushil Chandra


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