Geetha Ravichandran takes charge of Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Mumbai

Geetha Ravichandran, an IRS Officer of the 1987 batch, has taken the charge of the Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Mumbai.

Mumbai accounts for the largest revenue collection. The overall tax collection of direct taxes in the Mumbai region for FY 2021-22 was nearly Rs.4,42,774 crores, which contributes nearly 32% of India’s total tax collection. Geetha Ravichandran will now head the Income Tx department of Mumbai as a Principal Chief Commissioner. Before accepting the role, the IRS officer had worked as a Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax for Tamil Nadu and the Puducherry Region, serving in various parts of the country – Chennai, Mumbai, Nagpur, and Bangalore.

According to the reports from PIB, during her stint of 34 years, she held key assignments in the Department including Assessment, Search Assessment, Tribunal Representation, TDS, Investigation, Central Charge, and International Taxation.

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