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Rule 51 of Income Tax Rules 1962: Educational Qualifications Prescribed

Rule 51 : Educational qualifications prescribed
(Part XI : Authorised Representatives)

"The following educational qualifications are prescribed for the purpose of clause (vi) of sub-section (2) of section 288 :—

A degree in Commerce or Law conferred by any of the following Universities:—
(I)
Indian Universities :
 
Any Indian University incorporated by any law for the time being in force.
(II)
Rangoon University .

(III) English and Welsh Universities :
 
The Universities of Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Oxford, Reading, Sheffield and Wales.
(IV)
Scottish Universities :
 
The Universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and St. Andrews.
(V)
Irish Universities :
 
The Universities of Dublin (Trinity College), the Queen's University, Belfast and the National University of Dublin.
(VI)
Pakistan Universities :
 
Any Pakistan University incorporated by any law for the time being in force."





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