gst.gov.in – GST (Goods & Services Tax) Official Website Now Live for Online Enrollment

November 17, 2016 | Last Modified: June 14, 2017 at 3:57 pm | Category: Central Government

GST (Goods & Services Tax) official website gst.gov.in is now live and is open for online enrollment for smooth transition to GST. GSTN, the company which is building the mega IT infrastructure for roll-out of the new GST regime in India has launched the official portal www.gst.gov.in silently on 8th November, the same day Narendra Modi announced the ban of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes.

The government has already started the migration of 65 lakh VAT payers, 20 lakh service taxpayers and 3-4 lakh central excise taxpayers into the new GST regime.

4 Data centers in Delhi and Banglore will be established to keep the massive data safe ans secure and support the IT infrastructure of GST regime.

Log on to www.gst.gov.in to know more about the Goods and Services Tax or online enrollment.

What the GST portal will do?

GST portal will act as a single windows for all the taxpayers to pay their taxes smoothly and easily instead of various heads and spectrums earlier.

All the taxpayers including traders, businessman, and merchants can now pay their monthly/yearly excise duty, service tax, VAT and all other types of direct/indirect taxes through Debit/Credit cards or NEFT/RTGS protocols. The portal will also act as IT backbone for registering new businesses, filing e-returns, and getting back refunds.

As per update in trak.in, around 60% of the software to run and support GST structure is ready and work on rest is in progress. Testing of integration of various states and central taxes on goods and services is going on on the website.

GST will make a uniform tax structure pan-India before April, 2017 when GST is formally implemented.

The transition of taxpayers has been started and below are the dates for enrollments for state-wise GST transition.

Start & Last Date for GST Enrollment

State Start Date End Date % Enrolled
Puducherry 08-11-2016 15-06-2017 78.71%
Sikkim 08-11-2016 15-06-2017 68.94%
Maharashtra 14-11-2016 15-06-2017 90.56%
Goa 14-11-2016 15-06-2017 65.73%
Daman and Diu 14-11-2016 15-06-2017 72.99%
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 14-11-2016 15-06-2017 70.86%
Chhattisgarh 14-11-2016 15-06-2017 84.16%
Gujarat 15-11-2016 15-06-2017 92.17%
Odisha 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 56.86%
Jharkhand 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 71.34%
Bihar 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 61.19%
West Bengal 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 80.85%
Madhya Pradesh 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 85.47%
Assam 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 31.62%
Tripura 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 51.1%
Meghalaya 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 23.28%
Nagaland 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 59.8%
Arunachal Pradesh 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 34.7%
Mizoram 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 35.17%
Manipur 30-11-2016 15-06-2017 51.28%
Uttar Pradesh 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 81.85%
Jammu and Kashmir 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 23.63%
Delhi 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 74.06%
Chandigarh 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 98.5%
Haryana 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 76.03%
Punjab 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 85.03%
Uttarakhand 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 76.89%
Himachal Pradesh 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 58.66%
Rajasthan 16-12-2016 15-06-2017 79.39%
Kerala 01-01-2017 15-06-2017 74.34%
Tamil Nadu 04-01-2017 15-06-2017 88.83%
Karnataka 01-01-2017 15-06-2017 91.92%
Telangana 01-01-2017 15-06-2017 77.43%
Andhra Pradesh 01-01-2017 15-06-2017 90.39%
Enrolment of Taxpayers who are registered under Central Excise Act but not registered under State VAT 07-01-2017 15-06-2017 54.13%
Enrolment of Taxpayers who are registered under Service Tax Act but not registered under State VAT 25-01-2017 15-06-2017 82.6%

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