e-WayBill
 
ATTENTION: e-WAYBILL SERVICE USERS

The following modifications have been made in waybill usage in the transition period from 2013-14 to 2014-15 w.e.f. 01.04.2014:-

  • New yearly limit of waybill for 2014-15 has been set at 120% of total number of waybills in Form 50A generated in 2013-14 (upto 25.03.14) or 25, whichever is higher. New limit should take effect from 1st. April, 2014.
  • Waybill Key Numbers generated upto 31.03.2014 (from the quota of 2013-14) will be valid for waybill generation till 04.04.2014. All keys generated till 31.03.2014 which remain unused at 0000 hours on 05.04.2014 should remain cancelled from that date. From 05.04.2014, waybills should be generated using keys generated from 01.04.2014, i.e., from 14-15 quota.
  • Waybills in Form 50A generated in 2014-15 using keys of 2013-14 should as usual be valid for 30 days from date of generation.

ENDORSEMENT THROUGH BAR CODE SCANNING

e-Waybills entering West Bengal through Duburdih and Baxirhat Check posts are being endorsed there at the time of entry through scanning of bar code printed on the e-Way bills. No online utilisation is required to be submitted by the dealer for such e-Way Bills endorsed through bar code scanning. Acknowledgement of such endorsement is available for printing under e-Way Bill->Log in for e-Way Bill->Reprint Acknowledgement.

 
LINKING OF CUSTOMS BILL OF ENTRY WITH WAYBILL 

From now on, every dealer generating e-waybill for import from outside India (foreign country) has to submit his 'Import Export Code (IEC)' and the respective 'Bill of Entry Number' & 'Bill of Entry Date' at the time of every such generation. This information shall be printed on waybill. It is also to be noted that in such cases, one waybill is meant for only one Bill of Entry at a time. So multiple invoices covered under more than one Bill of Entry, even if from the same foreign seller, shall be imported using more than one waybill as there are more than one Bill of Entry. This has been done to expedite clearances etc. For details see Trade Circular 02/2014 dated 03.02.2014.