The e-Way Bill (EWB) consists of the 12-digit EWB number, date of the generation with the name of the generator, validity period, etc. The content of the EWB-01 form generated is divided into two sections, i.e, Part A and Part B.
Part B of the EWB-01 form has to be filled up if the supplier himself is transporting the goods or has hired a conveyance. If the supplier uses the services of a transporter then the information related to Part A can be sent to the transporter and the transporter can generate an EWB by filling up Part B along with it. In order to so, he needs the authorization of the supplier.
Part B of the EWB-01 form consists of transporter details such as the vehicle number and the transporter ID.
Steps to Update Part B of the EWB
- Visit the EWB portal
- Select the appropriate option
Additionally, select the appropriate option against the “Show EWB by” section and enter the EWB number below it. Thus, click on the “Go” option.
- Enter the required details
Hence, select the required e-Way Bill from the list of EWBs displayed. Therefore, we move to the “Vehicle Updation” page. Enter the following details in the respective field:
1. Vehicle Number
2. Place of Change
3. State of Change
4. Reason – Select the appropriate reason from the drop-down list
- Submit the form
Finally, click on the “Submit” option.
Therefore, after submitting the application, we move to the e-Way Bill page. Thus, we can see the changes made in Part B of the EWB.
The present transporter can fill or update Part-B of the EWB. The e-way bill can be assigned from one transporter to another transporter, for further movement of consignment. Therefore, the latest transporter, assigned for that e-way bill, can update Part-B of EWB.
The user can update the Part B of the EWB as many times as they want as long as the updates are done within the validity period.
The e-Way bill is complete only when Part-B is a part of the bill. Otherwise, the printout of EWB would be invalid for the movement of goods. Therefore, filling up Part-B of the e-Way Bill is a must for the movement of the goods. However, the same state movement between consignor place to transporter place, if the distance is less than 50 Kms doesn’t require Part B of the EWB.