GST States Code and Jurisdiction

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If you are a taxpayer and you are registering for GST, or entering invoice details while filing GST returns, you would require a TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number) and GST State Code.

In fact, TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number) is a unique number which is issued by commercial tax department of respective states.

“It’s an eleven digit number to be mentioned in all VAT transactions and correspondence”.

The first two digit of the TIN (Taxpayers Identification Number) represents the State Code.

List of All State Codes which Are required to register for GST

SERIAL NO. STATE NAME STATE CODE
1. JAMMU AND KASHMIR 01
2. HIMACHAL PRADESH 02
3. PUNJAB 03
4. CHANDIGARH 04
5. UTTARAKHAND 05
6. HARYANA 06
7. DELHI 07
8. RAJASTHAN 08
9. UTTAR  PRADESH 09
10. BIHAR 10
11. SIKKIM 11
12. ARUNACHAL PRADESH 12
13. NAGALAND 13
14. MANIPUR 14
15. MIZORAM 15
16. TRIPURA 16
17. MEGHLAYA 17
18. ASSAM 18
19. WEST BENGAL 19
20. JHARKHAND 20
21. ODISHA 21
22. CHATTISGARH 22
23. MADHYA PRADESH 23
24. GUJARAT 24
25. DAMAN AND DIU 25
26. DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI 26
27. MAHARASHTRA 27
28. ANDHRA PRADESH (BEFORE DIVISION) 28
29. KARNATAKA 29
30. GOA 30
31. LAKSHWADEEP 31
32. KERALA 32
33. TAMIL NADU 33
34. PUDUCHERRY 34
35. ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS 35
36. TELANGANA 36
37. ANDHRA PRADESH (NEW) 37

GST Jurisdiction

Department of CBEC (Central Board of Excise and Custom); GST, facilitates the tax payer by providing GST Jurisdiction method on their website.

In order to check GST Jurisdiction, you are required to visit CBEC official website https://cbec-gst.gov.in/know-your-jurisdiction.html

State Selection
GST jurisdiction

And on the home page, you will have to enter State, zone, division and range.

Zone Selection
GST jurisdiction Zone wise

Once you enter all these above mentioned information, your Jurisdiction will be displayed on the screen.

GST Jurisdiction Details
GST jurisdiction

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