Generation of GST e-way bill

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The GST e-way bill framework for the movement of commodities between states was actualized on April 1, 2018. This bill is essentially a document that must compulsorily be carried by anyone who regulates a movement of commodities whose value is over Rs.50,000. Section 68 of the Goods and Services Tax Act contains the provisions of the requirement. It is mandatory for all consignors/consignees/transporters to be aware of the required compliance.

In our previous articles, we already discuss the provisions related to the e-way bill. Here we will only discuss the procedure of generating an e-way bill from e-way bill website i.e ewaybillgst.gov.in

Procedure to get register-

  • Use your GST identification number to register on the e-way bill portal.
  • Click on ‘Registration’ on the portal.
  • Select e-way bill registration’ before entering your GST identification number.
  • Your registered mobile number will receive a one-time password from the system.
  • Once the authentication is complete, you can generate your e-way bill system username.
  • Once your username is generated, you can set a password of your choice and then go on to make entries for the generation of the e-way bill.

Procedures for transporters who haven’t registered themselves on the GST portal,

  • Click on ‘Registration’ on ewaybillgst.gov.in.
  • Select ‘Enrolment for Transporters’.
  • Enter all the required details on the form before clicking on ‘Submit’.
  • Your transporter ID and user credentials will be generated by the portal. The ID can be shared with clients.

Now e-way bill generation requirement will be going to hit your business. Hope this article helps you, in understanding better, the procedure of generating an e-way bill.

 

Disclaimer – the above summary is based on the personal interpretation of the revised regulations, which may differ person to person. Hence, the readers are expected to take expert opinion before placing reliance on this article.

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