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respective seniors, i am working in pvt. ltd. company. our business is to provide housekeeping services to our various clients. We are providing housekeeping services to our clients. One of our client which is an educational institute run by a foundation ,a society registered under the society registration Act’1860 with a main object of imparting education. Further the foundation has been registered under Section 12 A read with section 12AA(1)(a) of the income tax Act, 1961, as an educational institute is not willing to pay service tax as per their opinion \"Accordingly dept sent the answer which is correct on this stating notification no 30/2012 for reverse charge mechanism under which service provider and service receiver both have to pay tax of their share.
But this notification is not applicable to us. As advised, we have to make use of notification no 25/2012 of auxiliary education services. Under this notification, if service provider is outsorced housekeeping activity by a re

From India , Jaipur
Dear Mr.Vikas,
I am working for one of the reputed Educational Institution in India. As far as instructions received from our consultant it is being observed that the SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES ARE EXEMPTED FROM SERVICE TAX THAT TOO AFTER COMPLYING SOME NORMS.
THERE IS NO EXEMPTION TO SERVICE TAX FOR THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY SOMEBODY TO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES. For Example, The Telephone Department also should give the Service Tax Exemption in thier Bill. Please ask the same question to the Educational Institute with whom you are dealing.
Ramakant

From India, Pune
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