CESSE


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CESSECouncil of Engineering and Scientific Society Executives
CESSECentre for Economic and Social Studies on the Environment
CESSECenter for Earth and Space Science Education (Cambridge, MA)
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Says Sunil Kumar Sinha, Principal Economist, India Ratings: "Money collected through many cesses do not have designated pools, and we do not know if they are actually spent for the purpose they were collected for.
Economist Omkar Goswami, who is the Chairperson of Corporate and Economic Research Group Advisory, explains: "I truly disagree, except in rare instances, of using cesses for raising money.
The next biggest chunk comes from education cesses which are estimated to yield over Rs 30,000 crore in 2016-17.
This newspaper has repeatedly argued that cesses and surcharges should be avoided except in extraordinary situations.
Central surcharges and cesses (relating to supply of goods and services)
Contract awarded for The Information System will be specified, developed and implemented to handle all data and support all business pro cesses of the Immovable Property Registration Office (IPRO).