GST Registration in Bangalore

If you’re a business owner and looking to for GST registration in Bangalore, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we’ll cover the basics of GST registration, its importance, and how to navigate the process smoothly.

Goods and Services Tax (GST) registration is mandatory for businesses exceeding certain turnover thresholds. We provide comprehensive assistance to businesses in Bangalore seeking GST registration to ensure compliance with tax regulations and facilitate smooth operations.

The procedure for GST registration is administered by GST Rules. Here is a step wise detailed explanation on GST Registration.

GST Registration in Bangalore

The following steps need to be followed for getting registered under GST:

  1. Visit the website:
  3. Enter the following information – New Registration window enter the following information

a. I am a –In this select the type of registration being sought. Select Taxpayer for
getting a normal registration in GST.

b. State/UT – Select the State or union territory in whichregistration is being sought.

c. District – Select the district.

d. Legal Name of the Business – Enter the name as mentioned in PAN Card. A person applying as Tax Deductor under GST can also use TAN instead of PAN.

e. Permanent Account Number – Enter PAN No.

f. Email Address – Enter an email address. Email should be valid and accessible as GST portal/department will send OTP to this email for future transactions.

g. Mobile Number – Enter mobile number, GST portal/department will send OTP to this number for future transactions.

Click on PROCEED.

Two (2) separate OTPs will be received on email and mobile number on the details mentioned above. Enter the OTP’s received and you will receive a TRN on email and mobile no.

4. Repeat step 2, instead of NEW REGISTRATION click on TEMPORARY REFERENCE NUMBER (TRN). Now enter the TRN received on your email or mobile. Enter CAPTCHA code and click on PROCEED.

5. Enter OTP received on your mobile or email. This OTP will be the same on both. Click on PROCEED.

6. Now in the DASHBOARD you will see My Saved Applications, in that click on the Action button.

7. Now the Registration Application Form will open. This form is valid for 15 days from the last saved date until submitted. It has 10 tabs namely:

a. Business Details

b. Promoters/Partners

c. Authorised Signatory

d. Authorised Representative

e. Principal Place of Business

f. Additional Places of Business

g. Goods and Services

h. State Specific Information

i. Aadhaar Authentication

j. Verification

Explaining each Tab in detail:

A. Business Details:

I. Legal Name of Business – This will be auto-populated from the information mentioned in step 3.

II. Permanent Account Number –This will be auto-populated from the information mentioned in step 3.

III. Date of Creation of PAN –This field will be auto-populated. Sometimes it may show PAN date not available, it is not a concern to proceed further.

IV. Trade Name –Here Trade Name i.e. the name by which business is being run. This name is different from the Legal Name. It is an optional field.

The legal and trade name can be different.

V. Constitution of Business – Select the type of business. Ex. Individual, Partnership, Private limited company etc.

VI. Name of the State- This field is auto-populated from the information mentioned in step 3.

VII. District – Select the appropriate district.

VIII. Are you applying for registration as a casual taxable person? – Select ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ based upon the registration being sought.

IX. Option for Composition – Select ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ depending on whether the composition scheme is being opted or not.

X. Reason to Obtain Registration – From the drop-down menu select the reason for registration. Kindly refer to previous posts for identifying reasons which suit you.

XI. Date of Commencement of Business – Enter the date on which business was started. This date should be the business commencement date not the date on which you apply for GST registration or become liable for GST registration.

XII. Date on Which Liability to Register Arises – Enter the date on which you become liable to register under GST. Kindly refer to previous posts for identifying the date on which your liability to register arises.

XIII. Indicate Existing Registrations – If the person has any other registration under any other law in force, then the same shall be mentioned here. Ex. registration under VAT, Excise, Companies Act, LLP Act etc.

Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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B. Promoters/Partners

  • Personal Information – Enter personal information of Proprietor, Partner, Promoter, Director etc. Kindly ensure that this information i.e. Name, Father’s Name, DOB, and Gender should be the same as in PAN. Enter valid email and mobile no. of the promoter, partner etc. If you wish to opt for  AADHAAR authentication then this information should be as per Aadhaar.
  • Identity Information – Enter identification details of the promoter, partner etc. as
    1. Designation/Status –Mention the relation of the person with the business i.e. Director, Proprietor, Partner, Owner, Managing Director etc.
    2. Director Identification Number- In case of Company or LLP enter the DIN or DPIN of the director or designated partner as the case may be.
    3. Are you a citizen of India? – Select ‘Yes’ or ‘No’
    4. Permanent Account Number – Enter PAN of the above-mentioned person.
    5. Passport Number – In case a person is not a citizen of INDIA then it is must to provide his/her passport number.

Note: PAN no. is a mandatory field for a person who is a citizen of INDIA. But when

the No is selected in (c) above then PAN is removed as a mandatory field and
PASSPORT number becomes a mandatory field.

  •     Residential Address – Enter the residential address of promoter, partner etc. This address should be supported by valid address proof.  If you wish to opt for AADHAAR authentication then this address should be as per aadhaar.
  • Document Upload – Upload photo of promoter/partner etc. 
  • Also authorised signatory – If the same person is also authorised to file GST returns or perform other obligations under GST for the business then select ‘Yes’. If the person required to do such acts is a different person then select ‘No’.

Click on “SAVE & CONTINUE’

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C. Authorised Signatory

(i) Primary Authorised Signatory – Select this option for the authorised signatory who

will be primarily communicating with GST department. This is to be selected even if there
is one authorised signatory.

Note: For all other information follow the guidelines as mentioned in Part B.

 Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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D. Authorised Representative – In this enter details of an authorised representative if you have any. Authorized representative means a person who is authorized by a person to appear on his behalf.

For this purpose, “authorised representative” includes a relative, a regular employee, an advocate, a chartered accountant, a cost accountant, a company secretary, or any person with prescribed qualifications.

Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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E. Details of Principal Places of Business

  • Address – Enter the address of the principal place of business i.e. main address from
    which whole business is controlled like Head Office etc. Ignore Latitude and Longitude option.
  • State Jurisdiction – Mention the state GST jurisdiction for your business address. Select the relevant jurisdiction from the drop-down. If you do not know about your state jurisdiction you can search it on the internet.
  • Center Jurisdiction – Mention the central GST jurisdiction for your business address. Select the relevant jurisdiction from the drop-down. If you do not know about your central jurisdiction you can search it on the internet.
  • Contact Information – Enter contact information of business.
  • Nature of Possession of Premises – Here from drop-down select relevant option  i.e. Leased premises, Own Premises, Consented Premises etc.
  • Proof of Principal Place of Business – Here from drop-down select relevant proof
    of address. It can be electricity bill, rent deed, lease deed, ownership document, property tax receipt, consent letter etc.

Note: Where consent letter from owner or NOC from owner is being used then either electricity bill, property tax receipt etc. of such address shall also be attached with such consent letter or NOC.

  • Nature of Business Activity being Carried at the Place – Select the relevant activity which will be performed from such place. More than one activity can be
    selected but make sure that the activity mentioned can be carried at such place else
    a physical inspection can be conducted by the department and in case of any lapses legal action can be taken.
  • Additional Places of Business – If you have any other place from where business activities are being carried mention it here. Such place should be in same state in which the principal place is situated. If a person has a business with different trade name in same state then it can be shown as additional place instead of taking separate registration.

Note: If a person has an additional place of business in any other state or UT then a
separate registration in that state or UT is required. 

Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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F. Additional Places of Business

Here enter the details of additional places of business, if any. Guidelines from E. Principal Places of Business apply here also.

Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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G. Goods and Services – Here specify the top 5 goods or services to be supplied.

Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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H. State Specific Information – If you have any existing registration for Professional Tax or State Excise or both then mention the details of such registration here.

Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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I. AADHAAR Authentication: In this window, you have to select ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ for AADHAAR authentication for promoter/partner etc. and primary authorised signatory.

Where the proprietor, partner, promoter etc. are the primary authorised signatory then only one AADHAAR authentication is required.

But where they are different person then both have to go for AADHAAR authentication.

In our next post, we will learn why AADHAAR authentication is important.

Click on ‘SAVE & CONTINUE’

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J. Verification – In this window you have to check the declaration, select the name of the authorised signatory, enter the place and then verify the application through EVC or DSC.

EVC is a code that will be received on email and mobile no. of the authorised signatory.

In the case of Company or LLP verification can be done only through the DSC of the authorised signatory.

Click on ‘SUBMIT’

GST Registration verification

After the verification is complete, the system will verify the information and will send a link for AADHAAR authentication on mobile and the email id provided.

 After AADHAAR authentication is complete ARN will be generated and after verification of application registration will be granted.

Where AADHAAR authentication is not opted, the system will generate ARN within 15 minutes of submitting the application after verifying information from the PAN database.

ARN will be sent to registered email id and mobile no.

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