The taxpayers will also be able to pay their tax by this digital system.
"We want to take the country forward using modern technology. Online tax return submissions will help the taxpayers submit their return easily," MA Mannan said at the inaugural ceremony.
The state minister stressed the need for simplifying the income tax return form to ensure better service for the taxpayers.
National Board of Revenue (NBR) chairman Md Nojibor Raman said the online tax return submission has been introduced on an experimental basis as part of NBR's digitization of tax management activities. This opportunity will be open for all from November 1, he added.
NBR member and director of its Strengthening Governance Management Project, Kalipada Haldar made a presentation of the online system at the inaugural programme. Country's 649 tax circles under the 31 tax zones have been connected with the main server.
Chief executive of Public Private Partnership authority of the Prime Minister's Office Syed Afsor H Uddin was also present at the programme.
A Vietnam-based IT firm FPT Information Systems Corporation is installing the online system at a cost of Tk51crore provided by Asian Development Bank (ADB).