How to make a new registration on GST Portal online?
Every business whose Annual turnover exceeds Rs 20 lakh (Rs 10 lakhs for North East & hill states) is required to register under GST as a normal taxable person. GST registration can be done online through the GST Portal. On submission of a GST registration application, GST ARN is provided immediately.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to complete registration process (PART-A) online on the GST Portal –
Step-1 : Go to the GST Portal
- The GST Homepage will be displayed.
- Click the Services > Registration > New Registration option.
The Application form for GST Registration is divided into two parts as Part A and Part B.
Step-2 After clicking New Registration form, you are required to fill the following details in Part-A:
First, select the New Registration option.
From the I am a dropdown list; select the option Taxpayer as the type.
In the State/UT and District select from the drop down list.
Enter the Legal Name of the Business (As mentioned in PAN) field.
Enter the Permanent Account Number (PAN) field; enter PAN of your business or PAN of the Proprietor. This will be added in the GST registration.
• PAN is mandatory for GST registration.
• In case you don’t have PAN, you can apply for PAN by clicking the here link.
Enter the Email Address field, of the Primary Authorized Signatory.
Enter the Mobile Number field of the Primary Authorized Signatory.
Note: One Time Password (OTP) will be sent on your email address and mobile number for authentication.
Enter the captcha code in the Type the characters you see in the image below field.
After that, Click the PROCEED button to complete the Part-A registration.
Step-3 OTP Verification and TRN Generation
The OTP Verification page is displayed after the submitting the proceed button (as showed above). Enter the two separate OTP sent to verify email and mobile number. OTP will be valid for 10 minutes.
• Enter the OTP received on your registered mobile number in the Mobile OTP field.
• Enter the OTP received on your email address in the Email OTP field
Step-4 TRN Generated
On successful OTP verification, a TRN (Temporary Reference Number) will be generated which can be used to complete and submit the GST registration. You can login through your TRN to view and complete your application.
Step-5 Now, you have to fill the following details in Part-B to complete the GST Registration. Click Here to understand the detailed procedure to fill Part-B.