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01 March 2018
In order to develop a better understanding of the length and breadth of these impacts, on 22 Feb 2018 the School organized a dialogue on the theme ‘Impact of GST on pre-contract and post-contract stages, including claims in construction projects’ at School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi.
Consisting of five panelists, representing different stakeholders - from industry leaders to taxation experts, the panel discussion tried to find answers to some of the pressing questions of the hour like:
The two and a half hour session began with Dr. Joseph V Thanikal MRICS, Associate Dean & Director, School of Construction, setting up the context for the panel discussion to follow. The discussion was chaired by Prof. Vinod Nakra FRICS, Prof. Emeritus, RICS SBE, Amity University and the panelists included Mr. Vivek Rai, Sr General Manager, Simplex Infrastructures Ltd., Mr. SK Jain, Adjunct Professor, RICS SBE, Amity University, Mr. Nimish Gupta FRICS, Director Qonqests Technical Solutions, Mr. Rajan Gupta, Partner-Corporate/M&A and Indirect Taxation and Mr. Ankit Gulgulia (Jain), Ankit Gulgulia & Associates, Chartered Accountants.
Right after the panel discussion, the house was declared open for the Q & A session where the participants had the opportunity to raise their queries before the panelists. Post the open house, Dr. Vanita Ahuja MRICS, Professor and Program Director, School of Construction delivered the vote of thanks to mark the end of the Dialogue which remained a success with an attendance of over 70 participants