Thursday, January 28, 2016

Andhrapradesh Sales Tax e-cst waybills Circular

E-CST WAY BILLS TO BE GENERATED ELECTRONICALLY FOR COMMODITIES FIGURED IN THE CST RC – E-WAYBILLS (VAT) TO BE GENERATED FOR SENSITIVE COMMODITIES FIGURED IN VAT RC

OUR COMMENTS: The Office of the Commissioner of Commercial taxes, Government of Andhra Pradesh vide Circular No. CCT’s Ref. No. CCW/ 5 / 5 dated 19.01.2016 has directed that in order to prevent dealers to generate electronically CST Waybills/ CST statutory forms for commodities which are not mentioned in the CST Registration Certificate, a system will be put in place from 01-02-2016 such that the dealers will not be able to generate e-CST Waybills for commodities which are not registered in the VATIS of the CT Department of Andhra Pradesh. Similarly, the dealers can not generate eWaybills (VAT) for sensitive commodities, if the same are not registered in the VATIS.

The procedure for registration has been discussed in detail in the circular. The readers may refer the said circular.

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CIRCULAR

Office of the Commissioner of Commercial Taxes Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
CCT’s Ref. No. CCW/152/2015
Date :-19-01-2016.

Sub: APVAT Act2005 & CST Act,1956—e-CST Way bills to be generated electronically for commodities figured in the CST RC– eWaybills (VAT) to be generated for Sensitive commodities figured in VAT RC- Time allowed to add the commodities by the dealers–upto 31-01-2016- Certain instructions issued –Reg.
Ref: CCT’s Ref. No. CCW/152/2015, Dated 06-08-2015.

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It is to inform that in the reference cited Deputy Commissioner(CT)s were directed to issue necessary instructions to the dealers regarding e-way bills and e-C forms and to ensure among other things the registration of Commodities to be dealt by them under CST Act1956 by 14-08-2015.

But it has come to notice that many dealers have not registered CST commodities till now. Consequently, the dealers are able to generate electronically CST Waybills/ CST statutory forms for commodities which are not mentioned in the CST Registration Certificate.

In order to prevent misuse of the facility, a system will be put in place from 01-02-2016 such that the dealers will not be able to generate e-CST Waybills for commodities which are not registered in the VATIS of the CT Department of Andhra Pradesh. Similarly, the dealers can not generate eWaybills (VAT) for sensitive commodities, if the same are not registered in the VATIS.

All the dealers are required to follow the procedure mentioned below for registering the Commodities.

1. Dealer Login- 
(i) VATIS menu-Registration- Add CST Commodity- Choose from the Master Commodities- Submit 
(ii) VATIS menu-Registration-Add VAT Sensitive commodity-Choose from the Sensitive Commodities-Submit 
 
2. Task will appear in area Registration authority’s Log in for the approval of 
Commodities selected by the Dealer. If the Commodity selected is Sensitive Commodity (CST or VAT) notified by the Commissioner(CT) for this purpose, Task will be created in area CTO’s login also. 

3. After the approval of the Registration authority (ACTO) concerned, the dealer will be able to generate e Waybills (CST or VAT) as the case may be. With regard to Sensitive commodities, only after the approval of the area CTO, the ACTO will be able to approve and the dealer in turn able to generate e Waybills (VAT or CST). 

4. The Officers (CTO or ACTO) concerned may reject the addition of commodities, after issuing notice to the dealer and duly recording the reasons. 

Hence all the dealers are requested to complete the registration of commodities by 31st of January, 2016 failing which they will not be able to generate CST e- Way Bills and Statutory forms.

The Deputy Commissioner (CT)s are directed to give wide publicity of these instructions and ensure that all the CST dealers register their commodities before 31-01-2016 and submit compliance report.

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