GST Enrollment Procedure on GST Portal, GST Enrolment Schedule 2018

GST Enrollment Procedure on GST Portal, GST Enrolment Schedule 2018. GST Registration Procedure 2017. Check Step by Step guide for GST Enrollment by Existing Taxpayers on New GST Portal. Find Full process for GST Enrolment in India. Hi Friends In this article we provide complete details for GST Enrolment on New GST Portal with Step by Step Guide and Enrollment Schedule. Check more details for “GST Enrollment Procedure on GST Portal, GST Enrolment Schedule 2017” from below…

As per business process on Registration, in case of existing taxpayers under Excise and VAT, source of data for issuing provisional GSTIN shall be VAT data, as in most cases excise assessee are also registered under VAT. For taxpayers under service tax, source data shall be service tax. However, the State information will be collected before generating GSTIN mostly through their existing login.

GST Enrollment Procedure on GST Portal

Enrolment process has already been started for the existing VAT dealers and is scheduled for various States:

States Start Date End Date
Puducherry, Sikkim 08/11/2016 30-04-2017
Maharashtra, Goa, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Chhattisgarh 14/11/2016 30-04-2017
Gujarat 15/11/2016 30-04-2017
Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram 30/11/2016 30-04-2017
Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan 16/12/2016 30-04-2017
Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh 01/01/2017 30-04-2017
Enrolment of Taxpayers who are registered under Central Excise Act/ Service Tax Act but not registered under State VAT 01/01/2017 30-04-2017
All Registrants (All Groups) 01/02/2017 30/04/2017

Steps for GST Enrollment at New GST Portal (

a) For the purpose of enrolment on GST portal, the existing assessees will be provided provisional ID from VAT departments. This provisional id will be generated in case of all VAT TINs where PAN has been validated and shall be generally made available to applicants through their existing logins with respective State’s VAT department website or ACES (in case of Service Tax assessee). For Service Tax assessees, after getting the State information as mentioned above, Service Tax portal will check from GST portal whether GSTIN has been generated for combination of State and PAN of the taxpayer. If not generated, the assessee may be able to generate the same through GST portal.

GSTIN (whether provisional or final) is a 15 digit Number, of which first two digit shall be State Code, next 10 digit shall be PAN, 13th digit shall be entity code (in case of more than one registration in single state), 14th digit shall be kept blank for future use and 15th digit shall be a check digit.

b) On obtaining the provisional registration ID and temporary password, existing assessee can access the GST portal  and can create her/his new user ID. For creating a new user ID at the GST portal, the applicant needs to enter a provisional ID and password as provided by the tax authorities. This will enable the user to update his email ID and mobile number in the system.

c) Next step is the verification of email ID and mobile number, under which the one-time password (OTP) will be sent to applicant on the stated email ID and mobile number.

d) After OTP verification, the applicant can create new login ID (username) and password for accessing the GST portal in future. To complete the process, the applicant will also be required to complete additional information to create his credentials which can be used for regaining the account access in case of loss of password.

e) After the account is created, the applicant will be required to fill various details, i.e. business details, details of partner/promoters, details of authorised signatory, principal place of business and additional place of business, goods and services, bank account, verification of details, etc. The requisite information along with documents will be required to be uploaded and signed electronically by the authorised person using digital signature/e-signature, as the case may be, prescribed for the said purpose. On successful submission, unique application reference number (ARN) will be generated and the same will be intimated on registered email ID and mobile number.

It appears that, existing assessees registered with VAT departments in various States will be required to complete the process of migrations by using provisional ID made available to them through every State VAT Department.

State Wise GST Registration Procedure

Please click on Below State link and Find your Complete Procedure for GST Registration in your State…we also try to Provide Video guide for GST Registration in India…we also try to Provide GST Registration of Other States as soon Possible

Karnataka Kerala 
Tamil Nadu (TNVAT) Andhra Pradesh (APVAT)
Telangana VAT Himachal Pradesh (HPVAT)
Uttarakhand (UKVAT) Rajasthan (rajtax)
Delhi Vat (DVAT) Madhya Pradesh (MPVAT)
Haryana (HVAT) Punjab VAT
Gujarat VAT Bihar VAT

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