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By T.S. Shankar
``We are working out the jurisdiction of distribution of officers. We have taken up this massive work which is at different stages and we expect the process to be in place by the first week of July'', said Mr. Raja after a review meeting with the Central Excise and Customs Commissioners in Chennai.
The restructuring programme had been thought of because revenue had been increasing over the years, he said.
``This massive restructuring exercise is targeted at covering smaller jurisdiction in order to have better monitoring control and supervision'', he said and pointed out that the CBEC had taken several initiatives to make the Central Excise and Customs ``friendly departments'' by introducing computerisation in a big way.
``We have received a lot of appreciation from individuals and user agencies of the computer-aided measures, such as the IVRS, website, information kiosk and e-mail services'', said P. R. V. Ramanan, Chief Commissioner of Customs and Central Excise.
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