GST state code list of all states and Union Territory of India. The Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) is a 15 digit alphanumeric unique identification number provided to a taxpayer whoever registered under the GST. The first 2 digits of GSTIN represent the State Code and next 10 digit is PAN Card Number, next 1 digit is Registration Number and 2 digits are default values. The GST state code is used by a taxpayer while registering for GST (Goods and Services Tax) and entering invoice details in GST Returns.
GST State Code list is in the form of numbers such as 07 GST state code is for Delhi, 29 state code is for Karnataka in the same way, 09 GST state code is for Uttar Pradesh, and so on in GST number search. The government has divided the authorities into regional ones, PIN codes for different areas, and other regions to make GST registration easier for businesses and professionals. The taxpayer must declare the authorization of the business premises while applying for GST registration.
GST State Code List
GST State Code List of all States is given below in table.
|Name of State
|Code of State
|JAMMU AND KASHMIR
|DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI AND DAMAN AND DIU (NEWLY MERGED UT)
|ANDHRA PRADESH(BEFORE DIVISION)
|ANDHRA PRADESH (NEWLY ADDED)
|LADAKH (NEWLY ADDED)
GST Code List for Union Territory
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu
GST State Code List PDF
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Where We Need State Code in GST
GST state code is needed for
- GST Registration Number (GSTIN) &
- At the Delivery Zone or in identifying "Place of Supply."
- Goods and Service Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) starts with state code. The first two digits are the country code, for example, in GSTIN 08AAEPM0111C1Z8, the first 2 digits "08" represents the GST State Code and here in GSTIN 08AAEPM0111C1Z8, "08" is State code for Rajasthan state and AAEPM0111C is Pan Card Number and 1 is Registration Number and Z8 is default values.
- "Delivery zone" or “place of supply” is required to determine whether IGST will be imposed or CGST & SGST will be charged. If the Supplier State Code and "Place of Supply" country code are different, IGST will be charged, and if the supplier state code and state of supply code are the same, then CGST and SGST will be charged.
For more information visit Goods and Service Tax official website https://www.gst.gov.in/