Thursday, September 6, 2012

TIN Numbers for All States

The Tax Payer's Identification Number (TIN) is new unique registration number that is used for identification of dealers registered under VAT. It consists of 11 digit numerals and will be unique throughout the country. First two characters will represent the State Code as used by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. The set-up of the next nine characters may, however, be different in different States..
 
State
First Two Digits of TIN No
Jammu & Kashmir
01
Himachal Pradesh
02
Punjab
03
Chandigarh
04
Uttranchal
05
Haryana
06
Delhi
07
Rajashtan
08
Uttar Pardesh
09
Bihar
10
Sikkim
11
Arunachal Pradesh
12
Nagaland
13
Manipur
14
Mizoram
15
Tripura
16
Meghalaya
17
Assam
18
West Bengal
19
Jharkhand
20
Orissa
21
Chattishgarh
22
Madhya Pardesh
23
Gujarat
24
Daman & Diu
25
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
26
Maharashtra
27
Andhra Pardesh (OLD) Before 2nd June 2014

28

Andhra Pardesh (NEW) After 2nd June 2014

37

Telangana: 36
 

 Karnataka
29
Goa
30
Lakshdweep
31
Kerala
32
Tamil Nadu
33
Pondicherry
34
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
35

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