Rajasthan E-Way Bill

E-Way Bill notified by Rajasthan Government

Rajasthan Govt. notifies e-way bill mechanism w.e.f. today, i.e. December 20, 2017 for inter-state movement of specified goods where consignment value exceeds Rs. 50,000/-;

Every person who causes such movement must, before commencement, furnish information electronically in Part A of E-way Bill which includes below details and thereafter the consignor / consignee may generate E-way Bill upon furnishing vehicle number in Part B.

Part A
A.1 Recipient’s GSTIN
A.2 Place of Delivery
A.3 Invoice/Challan number & Date
A.4 Value of Goods
A.5 HSN Code
A.6 Reason for transportation
A.7 Transport document number
Part-B
B. Vehicle Number

When goods are handed over to transporter for transportation by road, the registered person must furnish transporter’s details in Part B, and upon generation of E-way Bill, unique E-way Bill number (EBN) shall be made available to supplier, recipient and transporter;

Validity of E-Way Bill:

S NO Distance Validity Period
1 Upto 100 km One Day
2 For every 100 km or part thereof thereafter One additional day

Procedure may be followed: 

  1. Every person shall access the portal and create the username and password by authenticating through one time password (OTP).
  2. The registered person should keep the password in proper custody. The registered person are advised to change the password at regular intervals.
  3. The registered person may create sub-user if required.

 Notified Goods:

  1. All kinds of furniture including moulded furniture.
  2. All kinds of lubricants.
  3. All kinds of mattresses, cushion, pillows, all types of sheets, and other articles made from foam rubber or plastic foam of other synthetic foam and rubberized coir mattresses.
  4. All kinds of toilet & washing soap and detergent.
  5. All types of bearings.
  6. All types of sanitary goods including sanitary pipes and fittings.
  7. All types of electrical goods including UPS and CVTS.
  8. Butter & Deshi Ghee.
  9. Computers, its software, peripherals and accessories including storage devices.
  10. Cooling equipments including air conditioners and refrigerators.
  11. Non-ferrous Metal, alloys and wires thereof.
  12. Dry fruits including Clove, Cardamom, Pepper and betel nut.
  13. Raw or refined edible oil and Hydrogenated vegetable oil.
  14. Electronic goods.
  15. Iron & Steel in all forms.
  16. Parts of Automobile & Tractor except when used in manufacturing of automobiles or tractors.
  17. Tobacco, Tobacco product, Cigarette, Pan Masala and Churi.
  18. Paints, varnishes, colour and dyes.
  19. Timber, ply woods, Nuwood and Laminated sheets.
  20. Tele-communication and sound transmitting equipments including Cellular & Cordless telephone, Fax and Pagers.
  21. Tea.
  22. All types of yarn, whether cotton, Woolen or synthetic.
  23. Metallic Utensils.
  24. All types of crockery.
  25. All kinds of plastics and plastic goods.
  26. All kinds of paper and paper products including exercise books.
  27. All kinds of tiles.
  28. All kinds of foot-wear.
  29. Readymade garments.
  30. Soya bean.
  31. Dhania.

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