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Training Programme on “International Taxation & Transfer Pricing”

Shri. G. E. Veerabhadrappa, the Hon’ble President of the Tribunal, has arranged a residential training programme on International Taxation and Transfer Pricing for the Hon’ble Members of the Tribunal at Mumbai from 11th to 20th August 2012.

The purpose of the training programme is to familiarize the Hon’ble Members with the intricacies of international taxation and transfer pricing law so that they may be able to apply that knowledge whilst deciding the matters that come before them on the Bench.

The training will be conducted over the 10 day period in a classroom format. Eminent practicing professionals will conduct the classes.

This is the first time in the history of the Tribunal’s existence that such an intensive training programme has been arranged. The earlier sessions were of a short duration.

Notice regarding non-functioning of Benches:

Vide notice dated 4.6.2012, the Hon’ble President has directed that in view of the residential training programme for the Members, the Benches of the Tribunal will not function on 13th, 14th, 16th & 17th August 2012.


One comment on “Training Programme on “International Taxation & Transfer Pricing”
  1. i wish to attend 10 days training in mumbai.please register my name and email me

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