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Income Tax Latest Recruitment 2015 Hyderabad Job Openings

Subject : Income Tax Department of India Latest Recruitment For Hyderabad Region 2015.

Income Tax Department, Hyderabad Job Vacancy 2015-2016
IT Department Recruitment Notification 2015-2016

Income Tax Department announce 2015-2016 recruitment notification for the post of Income-tax Officer, Tax Assistant, MTS, Stenographer in Hyderabad. Interested and desirous candidates can apply through online from the official website and apply before 31st July 2015 (31-07-2015).

For more recruitment details on age limitations, organization name, vacancy name, essential qualification, job location, salary, application fee, applying process, eligibility criteria, experience, application form, last date and selection process kindly read the full post at the official web portal of Income Tax @

Post Name – Income-tax Officer, Tax Assistant, MTS, Stenographer

Total No. of Vacancy – 36 (Thirty Six)

Job Location – Hyderabad, Telangana

Inspector Tax Inspector - 08 Vancancies
Tax Assistant - 10 Vacancies
Stenographer - 09 Vacancies,
MTS - 09 Vacancies,

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Last Date – 31st July 2015 (31-07-2015)

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Additional News: 

The Union Cabinet of India approved the proposal for creating 20751 additional posts in the Income Tax Department in various cadres. This means that there will be 1349 additional posts in Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officers cadre as well as 19402 additional posts in non-IRS cadres. The expenditure will cost approximately 450 crore rs as exactly (449.71 cr) for recruiting of additional posts and this would get 25,000 cr per year, an increased revenue for the government .

The Cabinet has approved this recruitment of IT Department over 20,000 jobs of tax officials across the country in the next two years. This will help generate additional revenue of 25,000 crore annually," finance minister P Chidambaram has said that the government plans to collect over 6.68 lakh crore from direct taxes in the current fiscal, up from 5.65 lakh crore in the previous fiscal.

As per the restructuring plan, around 1349 officials would be recruited through Indian Revenue Service (Group A) route and around 19,000 will be inducted as Group B and Group C officials. The Cabinet also approved a special drive for filling up reserved category posts.


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