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Know Your GST Jurisdiction

GST State Code List and Jurisdiction

Explanation of GST State Codes in India

In India, each state and union territory has a unique GST (Goods and Services Tax) state code. These codes are an integral part of the GSTIN (GST Identification Number). Here are some examples to illustrate the GST state codes:

  • For example, the GST state code 10 in 10AAJCR2207E1Z2 represents a business registered under GST in Bihar.
  • Likewise, the GST state code 19 is for West Bengal.
  • GST state code 36 represents Telangana.
  • GST state code 33 is for Tamil Nadu.
  • Uttar Pradesh has GST state code 09.
  • GST state code 23 represents Madhya Pradesh.
  • Jharkhand has GST state code 20.
  • Punjab has GST state code 03.
  • GST state code 21 is for Odisha.

GST State Codes of India

Here is a comprehensive list of the states and union territories of India along with their respective state codes.

State Name State Code
Jammu and Kashmir 01
Himachal Pradesh 02
Punjab 03
Chandigarh 04
Uttarakhand 05
Haryana 06
Delhi 07
Rajasthan 08
Uttar Pradesh 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
Odisha 21
Chhattisgarh 22
Madhya Pradesh 23
Gujarat 24
Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu (Newly Merged UT) 26
Maharashtra 27
Andhra Pradesh (Before Division) 28
Karnataka 29
Goa 30
Lakshadweep 31
Kerala 32
Tamil Nadu 33
Puducherry 34
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 35
Telangana 36
Andhra Pradesh (Newly Added) 37
Ladakh (Newly Added) 38
Other Territory 97
Centre Jurisdiction 99

Want to know your GST jurisdiction? We have got you covered. Our Know Your Jurisdiction tool helps you find your GTS jurisdiction easily. This tool helps you identify administrative zones, commissionerate names, division names, and range jurisdictions within various states across India. Whether you're a business owner, a resident, or someone seeking detailed administrative boundaries, this tool provides you with accurate and up-to-date information.

What is jurisdiction under GST? 

Jurisdiction in GST refers to the specific geographical area or location that comes under a particular GST authority or office. Each state or union territory has its own GST jurisdiction, and businesses operating within a specific jurisdiction are required to register under the concerned GST authority. It determines which GST office is responsible for administering and overseeing the GST compliance of businesses and taxpayers within that jurisdiction.

What are the types of GST jurisdictions?

There are two main types of GST jurisdictions in India:

State Jurisdiction: Businesses operating within a single state or union territory need to register under the State GST (SGST) department in that specific state.

Central Jurisdiction: Businesses engaged in interstate transactions or exceeding a certain annual turnover threshold (currently ₹20 lakh in most states) need to register under the Central GST (CGST) department.

Features of the Know Your Jurisdiction Tool

  • Comprehensive Coverage: Access jurisdiction data for all Indian states and union territories.
  • Detailed Information: Find detailed information on zones, commissionerate names, division names, and range jurisdictions.
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How to Use the Know Your Jurisdiction Tool

  1. Select Your State: Use the dropdown menu to select the state or union territory you're interested in.
  2. Submit Your Choice: Click the "Submit" button to fetch and display the jurisdiction information for the selected state.
  3. View Results: The results will be displayed in a table, providing detailed jurisdiction data.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is the purpose of the Know Your Jurisdiction tool?

The tool is designed to help users easily find jurisdictional information for various states and union territories in India.

How often is the jurisdiction data updated?

We regularly update our data to ensure it remains accurate and reflective of any administrative changes.

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The Know Your Jurisdiction tool is an essential resource for anyone needing detailed jurisdictional information across India. With a user-friendly interface, accurate data, and comprehensive coverage, this tool is your go-to source for administrative boundaries and jurisdiction details.