Meenakshi Lekhi inaugurates Venvik GST Suvidha Kendra in New Delhi

ANI | Updated: Nov 30, 2017 12:25 IST

New Delhi [India], Nov 30 (ANI-NewsVoir): Meenakshi Lekhi, MP-Lok Sabha and National Spokesperson of BJP inaugurated Venvik GST Suvidha Kendra in New Delhi.

With more than 150 Venvik Suvidha Kendras opened today, these Kendras will be a one-stop destination for all GST solutions offering services, such as, new GST No., registration or migration, uploading the invoices to file GST Returns (GSTR) and many other related services.

Admiring the establishment of the VENVIK GST Suvidha Kendra in New Delhi, Meenakshi Lekhi expressed her confidence and said "That the Indian government's effort to ease compliance burden faced by small businessmen and traders over filing of GST returns will begin to bear fruit with the expansion of VENVIK GST Suvidha Kendra which are springing up across the country. This would also open the scope for employments in the country."

Other dignitaries present at the event were Pradip Kr. Acharya, Committee Member - National Occupational Standards, Govt. of India, who promoted the idea of VENVIK GST Suvidha Kendras all across India, to help the small businessmen and traders who can avail services at a very nominal cost and also help in the overall growth of the country.

Venvik Tech Solutions has partnered with Delhi-based Mind Worms, who will help Venvik in the smooth functioning of these GST Suvidha Kendras in Northern India.

The event was attended by local businessmen and newly inducted Venvik Suvidha Kendras' Partners who were thrilled about the inauguration of Venvik GST Suvidha Kendra in the Capital.

"We would be developing around 1500 GST Suvidha Kendra across Delhi. These Kendra will aim to ease the compliance burden of small businessmen and traders who can migrate to GST at a reasonable fee. These Kendras, especially because of its low cost model, will reduce the cost and burden of filing GST returns of the prospective clients and pave the way for making India's biggest tax reforms success," said E. Sreedhar, Promoter, Venvik Tech Solutions.

Venvik Suvidha Kendra will offer 360 degree GST solutions to the customers by providing not only an online portal, but also an array of support services which includes GST number registration, digital signature, 24x7 voice and online support-cum-single window account management system to view GST account on phone, laptop, tablet and other touch points. Invoice format as per GST guidelines will also be easily available at each Venvik GST Suvidha Kendra.

"There are a large number of small businesses and traders in the country who have never adopted digital tools for financial reporting before. Our trained professional will help these businesses understand and fulfill a range of requirements under the GST regime. While the fees will be very reasonable, the aim is to provide all these services with an ease and security to the customers," said Aambrish Trikha, North India Partner, Mind Worms.

"We are delighted to partner with Venvik Tech Solutions and bring ease into the smooth functioning of GST Suvidha Kendra. We look forward to working together in this area," said Luv Trikha, Mind Worms.

"The chaos created in the market, for new GST no. and return filling facilities is due to exorbitant pricing. But with Venvik GST Suvidha Kendras coming into the market, it will be a great help for every small and medium businessmen to join the stream of making India grow in coming days," said Ankush Narang, District Service Partner, Central Delhi.

"Venvik Suvidha Kendras have not only taken care of all small and medium businessmen, but also provided great opportunity for the unemployed youth, who is getting self-sustained by helping India to grow its wealth. This structure has the capacity of offering more than 4500 employments in Delhi," said Kishore Jha, District Service Partner, North Delhi.

Venvik Suvidha Kendra will be equipped with fully trained professionals to support the customers to understand and fulfill a range of requirements under the GST regime. (ANI-NewsVoir)

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