Indirect Tax, Customs, Central Excise, Service Tax collections rise during Q1-Q3, 2015
New Delhi: Provisional figures released by the Government today show Indirect Tax Revenue collections have increased from Rs 3,98,238 crore in April 2013-January 2014 to Rs. 4,27,822 crore during April 2014-January 2015. This shows an increase of 7.4% during April-January 2015 over the corresponding period in the previous fiscal.
Similarly Customs collections have also gone upfrom Rs.1,42,835 crore during April-January 2014 to Rs.1,55,248 crore during April-January 2015 registering an increase of 8.7%.
Service Tax collections have increased from Rs.1,22,196 crore in April-January 2014 to Rs. 1,32,290 crore during April-January 2015 registering an increase of 8.3%.
Central Excise collections have increased from Rs. 1, 33,207 crore in April-January 2014 to Rs. 1,40,284 crore during April-January 2015 registering an increase of 5.3%.
Details of Indirect Tax revenue (provisional) collections during April-January 2015, along with growth rate compared to the corresponding period in the previous year.
For the period April 2013– January 2015
(Rs. in crores)
|Tax Head||For the month||% Growth||Upto the month||% growth||% of BE achieved|
*Exclusive of cess administered by other departments.