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Frequently Asked Questions

E-Way Bill Portal

  • All the registered persons under GST shall also register on the portal of e-way bill namely: using his GSTIN. Once GSTIN is entered, the system sends the OTP to his registered mobile number and after authenticating the same, the system enables him to generate his/her username and password for the eway bill system. After generation of username and password of his choice, he/she may proceed to make entries to generate e-way bill.

How to Generate Eway Bill? Part-A and Part-B

Yes. Validity of the e-way bill or consolidated e-way bill depends upon the distance the goods have to be transported. The validity is one day upto 100 km and for every 100 km or part thereafter it is one additional day.

TRANSIN or Transporter ID is a 15-digit distinctive code generated by the E-Way Bill system specifically for transporters who haven’t registered themselves under GST. Serving a role similar to GSTIN, the Transport ID is allocated by the GST portal once the transporter enrolls on the e-way bill portal, facilitating the identification of goods being transported.

Every registered person, who causes movement of goods, needs to generate the e-way bill. If the registered person is unable to generate the e-way bill, the transporter who transports the goods can generate the e-way bill on behalf of his/her client. If the movement is caused by an unregistered person, he may at his option generate the eway bill.

Yes. One can transport the goods through different modes of transportation – Road, Rail, Air, Ship. However, always e-way bill needs to be updated with the latest mode of transportation or conveyance number accordingly. That is, at any point of time, the details of conveyance specified in the e-way bill on the portal should match with the details of conveyance through which goods are actually being transported