|5.||(a)||Answer the following giving brief comments where applicable:||1x8|| |
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Captive Consumption means________.
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| || ||(ii)||An SSI unit manufacturing goods with other’s brand name is not entitled to any exemption from duty. However, it can avail SSI exemption, if goods are manufactured in a specific area. Which is that area? || || (0) |
| || ||(iii)|| A dealer in Patna sold to a ship, goods for consumption on board the ship at Mumbai port. The sale will be |
| (A) || Inter–State sale |
| (B) || Sale in course of export |
| (C) || Inter–State sale within Maharashtra |
| (D) || None of above. || || (0) |
| || ||(iv)|| VAT rate of gold, if sold within State of Gujarat, is 1%. If gold is sold to a unregistered buyer in Delhi, the CST rate will be |
| (A) || Nil |
| (B) || 1% |
| (C) || 4% |
| (D) || 10%. || || (0) |
| || ||(v)||An assessee was availing SSI exemption from 1–4–2005. He crossed turnover Rs. 100 lakhs on 15–11–2005 and started payment of excise duty. He had received machinery on 10–11–2005 one which excise duty paid was Rs. 3,20,000. He intends to avail Cenvat credit of this duty. Can he do so? || || (0) |
| || ||(vi)||State true or False: |
Trade discount is permissible as deduction from assessable value for Central Excise, only if it is given before removal from factory. Discount given later is not allowable as deduction.
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| || ||(vii)||State True or False: |
Dharmada (Charity) charged in invoice is required to be included while calculating Assessable Value for purpose of Central Excise.
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A SSI unit is eligible for exemption up to Rs. _______ lakhs. However, if its turnover in the previous financial year was more than Rs. _______ lakhs, it is ineligible for exemption from duty in current year.
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| ||(b)|| Following transactions took place in a month: |
| (i) || The manufacturer received inputs with Invoice evidencing payment of duty of Rs. 42,800 on 2nd. The invoice was marked ‘Original for Buyer’. |
| (ii) || 400 pieces of Final products were dispatched under Invoice on 6th. Assessable value was Rs. 80 per piece and excise duty rate was 16%. |
| (iii) || 1,000 pieces of input ‘I’ were sent outside for job work on 10th. When the inputs were received, credit of duty of Rs. 15,000 was taken on those inputs. |
| (iv) || Some inputs were purchased from a manufacturer in Chennai in March, 2004. These were directly dispatched from factory of the supplier to factory of job worker. Duty paid on the inputs is Rs. 40,000. Out of those inputs, 45% on inputs were received after carrying out the job work, on 18th. |
| (v) || An imported consignment of raw materials was received on 19th. The materials were not imported directly, but was purchased from an importer. The invoice of importer showed that customs duty paid was Rs. 26,000, special duty of Rs. 3,000, additional customs duty paid was Rs. 13,200 and anti dumping duty paid was Rs. 5,400. The importer is registered with Central Excise authorities. |
| (vi) || Goods worth Rs. 2,00,000 were dispatched on 24th. Rate of duty was 16%. |
| There was no opening balance in PLA or Cenvat Credit account at the beginning of the month. Calculate the amount of excise duty payable. ||1x6|| (0) |
|6.||(a)||Elaborate the concept of transaction values as assessable value under Central Excise Act, 1944. ||13|| (0) |
| ||(b)||Enumerate the circumstances when raw material supplier will be treated as manufacturer of goods. ||5|| (0) |
|7.||(a)||(i)||500 pieces of inputs were received. Duty paid on these goods was Rs. 2,500. These were issued to production. While on production line, a fire broke out and 200 pieces of inputs lying on the shop floor were destroyed. ||2+2|| (0) |
| || ||(ii)||1000 litres were received on which duty paid was Rs. 18,000. These were issued to production. Out of these, 940 litres of final products were manufactured. 60 litres of inputs were lost in process || || (0) |
| || ||Discuss eligibility of Cenvat credit in the above cases.|| || |
| ||(b)||A manufacturing unit undertook the following job work:||4+4|| |
| || ||(i)||Machining of raw material supplied by the customer: The material was sent under Cenvat challange. Job work charges were Rs. 30,000. Cost of the raw material was Rs. 3,50,000. These were returned after job work. || || (0) |
| || ||(ii)||Repairs of a component: Original cost of component was Rs. 25,000 Repair charges were Rs. 3,000. The component was sent by customer under cover of his letter. || || (0) |
| || ||If excise duty is payable @ 15%, find out total duty payable and procedure to be followed by manufacturer for dispatch in each case after carrying out the work.|| || |
| ||(c)||An Indian company imported certain consumer goods from abroad with MRP printed in packing cartons. In respect of similar goods manufactured in India, excise duty is payable on basis of MRP. The importer will be using the goods for further processing. Customs authorities contend that CVD will be calculated based on the MRP printed in the goods. Is this proper? Will your answer be different, if the goods are imported for retail sales? ||6|| (0) |
|8.||(a)||Explain how Cenvat provisions are used for providing duty relief to exported goods. ||5|| (0) |
| ||(b)||Write a note on first appraisement and second appraisement systems under the Customs Act, 1962. ||5|| (0) |
| ||(c)||The gross turnover of a dealer for the financial year 2005–06 is Rs. 54 lakhs (including 'CST). The CST on goods transacted by the company are subject to local State Sales–tax @ 7%. |
The dealer made inter–State sales of Rs. 24 lakhs to registered dealers, which includes erection charges of Rs. 3 lakhs, excise duty of Rs. 1,50 lakhs and packing charges of Rs. 60,000. Freight and delivery charges shown separately in the invoice is Rs. 60,000.
The dealer also made inter–State sales aggregating to Rs. 30 lakhs to unregistered dealers, which included excise duty of Rs. 2.50 lakhs and transport charges of Rs. 1 lakh charged separately in the invoice. There was a sales return of goods worth Rs. 50,000 (invoice value) within 6 months in respect of sales to unregistered dealers.
Calculate the CST payable and turnover of the company.
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