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GST Registration portal across India. Easily fill quick form, pay online and apply GSTIN.

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Document Required for GST Registration


Passport Size Photograph of Proprietor


Aadhar card OR Passport OR Driving License of Proprietor

Pan card

Pan card of Proprietor


Address proof of business premises Electricity bill from owner (+) Rent Agreement OR NOC


All Bank Account Proof

GST Registration Form

I hereby declare that information provided in the online registration form is true to the best of my knowledge and I accept terms, disclaimer, and policies by clicking "Submit Application" button.

  • Application Type

    Choose appropriate type of application.
    Select GST Registration for applying new gst registration number.
    Select GST Modification for changing information in existing GST Certificate.
    Select GST Cancellation for cancelling existing GST Number.

  • Enter name of proprietor / partner / director who is applying GSTIN for the business.

  • Enter Trade / Company / Entity Name under which you will do business.

  • Select type of business entity.

  • Enter complete address of the firm from where you will do business operations. Address must contain district, city, state and pincode. Address must match with the available address proof such as electricity bill.

  • Provide all addresses of additional business places such as warehouse, godown, storage, mini outlet, corporate office etc.

  • Provide complete list of goods and services that you will sell under applicant business firm.

  • Select the nature of activity you'll do under the applying GSTIN. You can select multiple activities for the business.

  • Enter applicant mobile number who will receive otp for application verification.

  • Eneter applicant email id who will receive otp for application verification.

  • Enter date on which business has been started. Enter date of incorporation in case of Company / OPC / LLP.

  • A taxpayer whose turnover is below Rs 1.0 crore can opt for Composition Scheme. In case of North-Eastern states and Himachal Pradesh, the limit is now Rs 75 lakh. The following people cannot opt for the scheme-

    Manufacturer of ice cream, pan masala, or tobacco.

    A person making inter-state supplies.

    A casual taxable person or a non-resident taxable person.

    Businesses which supply goods through an e-commerce operator.

    Other points to be noted:- No Input Tax Credit can be claimed by a dealer opting for composition scheme The dealer cannot supply GST exempted goods The taxpayer has to pay tax at normal rates for transactions under the Reverse Charge Mechanism If a taxable person has different segments of businesses (such as textile, electronic accessories, groceries, etc.) under the same PAN, they must register all such businesses under the scheme collectively or opt out of the scheme. The taxpayer has to mention the words ‘composition taxable person’ on every notice or signboard displayed prominently at their place of business. The taxpayer has to mention the words ‘composition taxable person’ on every bill of supply issued by him. As per the CGST (Amendment) Act, 2018, a manufacturer or trader can now also supply services to an extent of ten percent of turnover, or Rs.5 lakhs, whichever is higher. This amendment will be applicable from the 1st of Feb, 2019.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is GST?

    Goods and Service Tax (GST) is an indirect tax which is for India on the supply of products and administration. It could be a comprehensive multistage, goal based assess: comprehensive since it has subsumed nearly all the indirect taxes but few; multi-staged because it is forced at each step within the generation prepare, but is meant to be discounted to all parties within the different stages of generation other than the ultimate customer.

  • It is a mandatory rule under the Government of India, who basically want to save tax and prevents oneself from the cascading effect of tax.

  • Yes, it is necessary for every tax payer to pay GST who is registered under the GST regime.

  • The full form of CGST– Central Goods and Service Tax | SGST– State Goods and Service Tax | IGST– Integrated Goods and Service Tax

  • CGST and IGST is levied by Central Government, whereas SGST is levied by State Government
    CGST and SGST is to be paid for the Intra-State Supply, whereas IGST is to be paid for Inter-State Supply.

  • The limit to be considered under GST laws are different for the different categories:
    Manufacturing Sector – 40 lakhs
    Service sector – 20 lakhs
    In North Eastern states – 10 lakhs

  • Destination based tax or consumption tax are levied where goods and services are being consumed. In destination–based taxation, exports are considered together with zero taxes whereas imports are taxed on par with the production done in the domestic basis.

  • Goods and services are bifurcated into five different heads of tax slabs for collection of tax – 0%, 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%.

  • If there is delay in filing GST, the penalty charged if Rs 200/- per day. There is no such late fees charged in IGST
    If the GSTR is not Filed, then there will be a penalty of 10% of Tax due or Rs 10,000, whichever is earlier
    If someone has committed fraud, then there will be a penalty of 100% of the tax due or Rs 10,000 whichever is earlier

  • Composition Scheme is a simple process under the GST law for all the taxpayers, so that they can get rid of the difficult formalities and have to pay the GST at a fixed rate based on the turnover. This scheme is opted by the taxpayer whose turnover is less than Rs 1.0 crore. But now the CBIC has notified the increase to the threshold limit is from Rs 1.0 Crore to Rs. 1.5 Crores. The limit is now Rs 75* lakh, in case of North-Eastern states and Himachal Pradesh. The applicable GST rate under the composition scheme is 1% of the rate of annual turnover, in case of manufacturer or traders(Goods).