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Compliance Performance
Chhattisgarh

Report of 2012 - Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India on Assessment, Levy and Collection of Major and Minor Mineral Receipts on Revenue Sector for the year ended March 2011 - Government of Chhattisgarh

Date on which Report Tabled:
Fri 22 Mar, 2013
Date of sending the report to Government
Government Type
State
Sector Taxes and Duties

Overview

The Audit Report for the year ended March 2011 (Revenue Receipts), Governments of Chhattisgarh contains seven chapters  33 paragraphs with a financial effect of Rs. 294.54 crore.
Chapter-I : Introduction  of Management of mineral resources, Mineral policy of the State, why we chose the topic, Audit objectives, Audit criteria, Scope of Audit and Acknowledgement.

Chapter-II: Financial Management and Internal control consists of Organisational Set-up, Arrears of Revenue, Impact of Audit, Result of Audit and Internal control Mechanism.

Chapter III:Management of leases has audit observation on disposal of lease application, Cancellation of lease of inoperative mines and Levy and Collection of Stamp Duty and Registration Fees.

Chapter IV: Assessment and Collection of royalty and other dues has audit observation on Short levy of royalty,  incorrect categorization of Iron ore as lump and fine and non-levy of interest on delay in payment of royalty.

Chapter V:  Unauthorised excavation and transport of mineral has audit observation on Unauthorised excavation, short/excess transportation of bauxite and non-levy of cost of minerals on unauthorized excavation.

Chapter VI: Implementation of Mining Rules and Regulation has audit observation on operation of mines

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