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We are pleased to share with you the copy of our latest publication of GST Café, wherein we have analysed the recent ruling of the Authority on Advance Ruling in Karnataka in the case of NCS Pearson Inc.., wherein the Authority has held that conducting online exams/tests with minimal human intervention constitute ‘OIDAR service’.

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