E-Way bill is mandatory for the intrastate transport of goods. It is introduced under GST regime and will be implemented across India from 1st February 2018. The Goods and Services council introduced E-Way bill for the movement of both intrastate and interstate goods of the value that exceeds Rs 50,000. It is the electronic bill which is mandatory for both the interstate and intrastate goods movement across 13 states according to CBEC.The GST was introduced in July, last year and since then it had come up with several changes and add ups. This time GST is here with the electronic bill for the transportation of goods within or outside the state.
E-Way Bill Rules
E-Way Bill to be generated by the consignor if the transportation of goods is being done in own conveyance, railways or by air. And if goods handed over to any transporters then also the E-Way Bill needs to be generated. And as per the rules, now the transportation or movement of goods more than the value of Rs 50,000, cannot be transported from one place to another without an e-way bill. So, it is simply an electronic bill which allows the transportation of goods with a value exceeding Rs 50,000.
E-Way Bill Registration
For the registration of E-Way bill, one should have to visit the web port of E-Way bill at http://ewaybill.nic.in or can register through a mobile app. After the registration, the unique e-way bill number will be generated and is available to the recipient, supplier and the transporter. Also, the E-Way bill can be generated or cancelled through the SMS. As per the reports, the facility for the registration of E-Way bill is being provided at ewaybill.nic.in. And once it gets fully operational then the eway bill would start functioning on the portal at ewaybillgst.gov.in. Or the person can also visit the link provided below for the E-Way Bill registration.
The facility for generation of #Ewaybill is being provided on a trial basis on the portal https://t.co/KTQQMqajYw. Once fully operational, the #Ewaybill system will start functioning on the portal https://t.co/bOFpFzkhxC
Detailed manual and FAQs are available on these websites. pic.twitter.com/QiJN9Obhm0
— CBEC (@CBEC_India) January 30, 2018