GST Challan Payment : List of Authorised Banks

A dealer registered under GST pays tax, fee, penalty, interest, fee etc by creating a GST Challan on the GST Portal. The modes of payment include Netbanking, OTC, RTGS and NEFT.

An authorised bank is a bank or branch of a bank which has been authorised by the government to collect the tax or any other amount payable under the GST Act. Presently, 24 banks have been authorised to collect indirect taxes.

Authorised Banks – Payment of GST challan via Net Banking and OTC

  1. Allahabad Bank
  2. Andhra Bank
  3. AXIS Bank
  4. Bank of Baroda
  5. Bank of India
  6. Bank of Maharashtra
  7. Canara Bank
  8. Central Bank of India
  9. Corporation Bank
  10. Dena Bank
  11. HDFC Bank
  12. ICICI Bank
  13. IDBI Bank
  14. Indian Bank
  15. Indian Overseas Bank
  16. Oriental Bank of Commerce
  17. Punjab & Sind Bank
  18. Punjab National Bank
  19. State Bank of India
  20. Syndicate Bank
  21. UCO Bank
  22. Union Bank of India
  23. United Bank of India
  24. Vijaya Bank

Authorised Payment Gateways – Payment of GST challan via Credit Card and Debit Card

  1. AXIS Bank
  2. Bank of Baroda
  3. HDFC Bank
  4. ICICI Bank Ltd
  5. IDBI Bank
  6. Indian Overseas Bank
  7. Punjab National Bank
  8. State Bank of India

FAQs

If I encounter any problem while making payment through internet whom should I contact?

If any problem is encountered at the GSTN portal website while entering non-financial data then contact GSTN. However, if any problem is encountered while entering the financial details at the net-banking webpage of your Bank, then you should contact your Bank for assistance.

What will happen after I confirm the payment of tax at my Bank’s site?

Bank will process the transaction online by debiting the Bank account indicated by you and generate a printable acknowledgment indicating the Challan Identification Number (CIN), date and time of payment and a statement confirming receipt of amount by the bank will be provided by GSTN.

Can dealers pay their tax directly in the bank through challan?

Ans Yes , dealers can directly pay their taxes in the bank through challan but these challan must be generated through the GSTN portal. This facility is available for payment upto Rs 10,000 per challan only.

GST Challan : View or Edit saved challan on GST Portal

A taxpayer who wants to make payment of GST, Interest, Penalty, Fee etc needs to create a challan on the GST Portal. Any new or saved challan can be modified before generating the CPIN i.e. Common Portal Identification Number. A saved challan is valid for a period of 7 days.

Steps to view or edit the Saved GST Challan

  1. Visit to GST Portal

    Login to your account on the GST Portal

  2. Go to Services > Payments >

    Select “My Saved Challans

  3. All the saved challans appear on the screen

    They are shown in chronological order with the most recently saved challan on top.
    The challan details include the reference number, creation date, expiry date, amount and mode of payment.
    Note:
    * You can view or edit a saved challan for a period of 7 days
    * The taxpayer can save a maximum of 10 challans.

  4. Click on Edit or Delete under the Action button

    Note:
    * To create a new challan – click on the Create Challan tab
    * To view the generated challans (paid, unpaid, expired) challans – Click on the Challan History tab

FAQs

What is CPIN, CIN and BRN?

CPIN i.e. Common Portal Identification Number – created when a challan is generated
CIN i.e. Challan Identification Number – created by a bank when payment for the challan is successful
BRN i.e. Bank Reference Number – transaction number created by a bank for a payment made against a challan

Can I cancel a GST Challan already generated?

GST Challan once generated cannot be cancelled. In such cases, do not make the payment. The challan would expire within 15 days from creation.

Can a challan generated from GST portal be modified?

Once a challan is generated online, it cannot be modified further and will be frozen. However, a tax payer can save the challan midway for future editing.

Track GST Payment Status Online

A taxpayer who has paid a GST Challan can track the status of his payment on the GST Portal i.e. gst.gov.in. The taxpayer can track the GST payment status directly on the GST Portal or by logging into his account on the GST Portal.

Track GST Payment Status – without logging to the GST Portal

  1. Go to GST Portal

    Click on Services > Payments > Track Payment Status

  2. Enter GSTIN i.e. GST Identification Number, CPIN i.e. Common Portal Identification Number and Captcha Text.

    Now, click on Track Status

  3. You can now view the Payment Status

    1. Failed / Not Paid – Click on View Challan and make the payment after entering the relevant details
    2. Paid – Click on View Receipt and download it for your records

Track GST Payment Status – after logging to the GST Portal

Step 1: Login to your account on GST Portal

Step 2: Go to Services > Payments > Challan History

Step 3: Select the option ‘Search by CPIN‘ to enter the CPIN of Challan OR Select the option ‘Search by Date‘ to enter the From date and To date of the Challan

Step 4: Click on the ‘I Will Search‘. The list of challans with Payment Status is displayed

Step 5: Click on CPIN. If the payment status is:

  1. Failed / Not Paid – Make the payment after entering the relevant details
  2. Paid – Download the receipt for your records
  3. Challan expired – Generate a new challan and make the payment

FAQs

How can I get a CPIN ?

You have to login on GSTN portal and fill the particulars of the challan online and thus the challan is generated on GSTN portal will provide a unique 14 digit ID (CPIN).

How can I know that I have completed tax payment using online facility?

After the successful completion of a transaction, the bank will populate a Challan Identification Number (CIN) which will be a unique 17 digit number containing 14 digit CPIN and unique 3digit Bank code. This CIN is an indicator of a successful transaction, you can also check your online Bank statement to verify the tax payment.

What are different types of the payment status of GST challan?

1. Initiated – If no intimation has been received from Bank
2. Paid – CIN i.e. Challan Identification Number has been issued to the taxpayer
3. Not Paid – Default status on generating a challan
4. Failed – failure to make payment for an online transaction
5. Paid at tax office – when a taxpayer makes payment at the commercial tax office counter
6. Awaiting Bank Confirmation – when the bank has not yet authenticated the transaction in case of internet banking
7. Awaiting Bank Clearance – Instrument (cheque/DD) deposited in case of Over The Counter mode
8. Expired – No payment initiated within 15 days of generation of challan
9. Cheque/DD Dishonored – when cheque or demand draft has been dishonoured due to insufficient funds or any other reason
10. Transaction Failed – when transaction initiated through Internet Banking or Credit Card/Debit Card has failed
11. MoE Reversal – Memorandum of Error not in favour of the taxpayer
12. No Response from Bank – No response received from the bank
13. Blocked – CPIN is blocked by accounting authorities

GST Challan Payment : Process to pay GST online

The online GST payment system involves filing GST return, creating challan and finally payment of GST by the taxpayer. A taxpayer under GST can make payment of tax, interest, penalty, fees and other payments by creating a challan on the GST Portal i.e. gst.gov.in

Steps to make online payment of GST challan:

  1. Go to GST Portal

    Click on Services > Payments > Create Challan

  2. Enter GSTIN or other applicable ID, enter captcha code and click on Proceed

    Note: Other applicable ID
    i. UIN i.e. Unique Identification Number – in case of UN bodies, embassies, government offices or other notified persons
    ii. TRPID i.e. Tax Return Preparer Identification Number – in case of Tax Return Preparers
    iii. TMPID i.e. Temporary Identification Number – in case of an unregistered dealer having a temporary ID 

  3. The Challan view is displayed

    Enter the amount of tax, interest, penalty, fees and other payments under the respective heads i.e. CGST, IGST, SGST and Cess. Also, we can view the total amount at the bottom of the challan.

  4. Select the Payment Mode

    Select from E-Payment, Over the Counter or NEFT/RTGS

A. E-Payment

  • Select E-Payment and then click on Generate Challan
  • OTP Authentication – Enter the OTP sent on the registered mobile number and then click on Proceed
  • The challan is ready. Click on Download to save the challan
  • Select Net Banking, select the name of your bank and then click on Make Payment. It will redirect you to the payment page of the bank where you can complete the payment process.
  • On successful payment, it will redirect you to the GST portal. Further, the payment summary with the transaction status and payment receipt can be seen.

B. Over the Counter (OTC)

  • Select the name of your bank, select the type of instrument i.e. cash, cheque or demand draft and then click on Generate Challan
  • OTP Authentication – Enter the OTP sent on the registered mobile number and then click on Proceed
  • The challan is now ready. To save the challan, click on Download
  • Make the payment using cash, cheque or demand draft before the challan expires
  • Once the bank confirms, the payment status would be updated on the GST Portal

C. NEFT / RTGS

  • Select the name of bank then click on Generate Challan
  • OTP Authentication – Enter the OTP sent on the registered mobile number and click on Proceed
  • The challan is now ready. Click on Download to save the challan
  • Make the payment through cheque or account debit facility
  • Once the bank processes the payment, you will receive a UTR number on your registered mobile and email
  • Go to challan history, click on CPIN and enter the UTR to link it with the RTGS
  • Once the bank confirms, the payment status would be updated on the GST Portal. Also, the E-Cash Ledger is updated with the payment amount

FAQs

What is ARN number in GST?

Application Reference Number (ARN) is an acknowledgement issued by GSTN system portal to the taxpayers who have successfully submitted their application after completing the full process.

Can I make a GST payment through a physical challan?

No, physicals challans will not be accepted for the payment of GST. Payments can be made only through the challans generated in gst.gov.in

Can GST Challan be cancelled?

Yes, you can cancel a OTC Challan which is not paid from the Challan History. Navigate to Services > Payments > Challan History to cancel such OTC Challan.

Can excess GST paid by mistake be refunded?

Yes. Excess GST paid by mistake will be refunded. Log in to the GST website, go to services and submit your refund application.