How to download GST Practitioner Certificate?
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- Last Updated on 19 October, 2021
Where to log in?
The login for GST practitioner is same as the login for the normal taxpayer registered under the GST Act.
When you click the login button, this screen appears:
First Time Login
For logging in for the first time, click on the “Here” as highlighted in the snapshot above. Use the credentials as mailed by the department for the purpose of first time login. Once you login by using the username and password as communicated by the department, you have the option to change the password as per your convenience. After creating the first time login, login again via going to the homepage of the GST portal.
The above screen will appear. To download the GST Practitioner certificate, go to the services section as encircled in the snapshot above. Further, choose “User services” in the “Services” section from the ribbon.
Select View/ Download certificates, the following screen will appear:
Click on the download button as highlighted to download the GST practitioner certificate.
Contents of the GST Practitioner Certificate
The contents of the enrolment certificate for Goods and Service Tax Practitioner (GSTP) includes the following:
1. 15 digits alphanumeric Enrolment number
2. PAN of the GST Practitioner
3. Name of the GST Practitioner
4. Address and contact Information
5. Date of enrolment as GSTP
6. QR code for Authentication purpose
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