Saturday, 11 February 2017

About :

I am a post graduate retired from Central Excise & Service tax Department on 31-12- 2011 as Superintendent after being in service for more than twenty years. I am working as a consultant as a vocation while on retirement.

I would like to let you know that with the length of service I had in the Department, I fully satisfy the conditions and qualifications laid down vide Section 35 Q (2) (c) of the Central Excise Act 1944 read with Rule 12 of the Central Excise (Appeals) Rules, 2001 for representing a firm before any Central Excise officer and also before the Central Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal at
Bangalore, if so authorized by the firm.

Services Offered:

  • Clarifications
  • Drafting replies to Show Cause Notices
  • Representing the firm for personal hearings,
  • Filing of appeals, refund claims etc 

Flat No.108, JR Arcade, JR Lay out, No.1 Chelekkare Main Road, Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore-

Mobile No. is 09539340519*.

E. Mail Id:

* Language preferred for discussion is English.


  1. I am a retired person, calculated and paid difference tax of Rs.9050/- during june 2016 while e-filing my tax return on 29.06.2016 for year 2016-2017 and furnished the details of tax paid in my return. But, now I have received a notice under Sec. 143(1) to pay tax of Rs.9050.00. How to rectify this?

  2. MKRaman says:
    Is SCSS comes under 80 c DEDUCTIONS
    THE POSTAL WEB STATES ” Investment under the scheme qualifies for the benefit of section 80 C of the income tax Act,1961 from 1-4-2007.”
    But the post personal say it is not acceptable under 80 C.
    Kindly clarify,