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CBEC : Central Board of Excise and Customs


Central Board of Excise and Customs - Cbec a part of the Department of Revenue working under the Ministry of Finance, Government of India.  Cbec tasks include collection of  Custom Duty or Import Tariff, Central Excise Duty & Service Tax & formulation of policy concerning levy and various other including like administrative authority for customs houses, Central Excise Commission rates and Central Revenues Control Laboratory.

Indian Customs

Customs is a administrative unit of Cbec and working with levy and collection of Customs duties in Imported goods in India from overseas countries. Customs has responsibility towards Tariff Customs Act, Rules, Regulations, Documentation, Custom Duties, Exemptions, Notifications, Circulars, Allied Acts & Rules, Duty Drawback rates , baggage rules, forms, SEZ, EOU. More Information....

 

Central Excise

Central Excise is  a administrative unit  of  Cbec and working  with levy and collection of excise duties  in domestic goods selling in India. Central Excise  has  responsibility towards  Excise Tariff Act, Rules, Regulations, Documentation, Excise Duties,CENVAT, Exemptions, Notifications, Circulars, Allied Acts & Rules.     More Information....

Types of refund/rebate provided by central excise

1. Refund of central excise duty.
2. Refund of pre-deposits.
3. Rebate of duty paid on good exported.
4. Rebate of duty on inputs used in the manufacturing of goods exported.
5. Rebate on exports of pan masala and gutka.
6. Refund of accumulated CENVAT credit for export under bond.

How to get these refunds/rebate



Refund of central excise duty:  This refund is made under section 11 B of CEA, 1944 to claim for this refund you need to fill these documents

1. Application in prescribed Form –R.
2. Copy of TR-6/ GAR-7/PLA/ copy of return evidencing payment of duty.
3. Copy of invoices (in original)
4. Documents evidencing that duty has not been passed on to the buyer.
5. Any other document in support of the refund claim.


Service Tax

Central Excise & Service Tax  is  a administrative unit  of  Cbec and working  with levy and collection of Service Tax  in different types  of services in  India. Central Excise & Service Tax   has  responsibility towards  Service Tax Act Rules, Regulations, Documentation, Exemptions, Notifications, Circulars etc.
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What is New?

Date: 17-12-2014
RBI/2014-15/360 A.P. (DIR Series) Circular No.51
Foreign Exchange Management (Deposit) Regulations, 2000 - Exemption thereof

Date: 17-12-2014
Customs Notification No 115/2014 (NT)
Amends Exchange Rate notfn. 113/2014-Customs (NT) effective from 18th December, 2014

Date: 17-12-2014
Central Excise Circular No. 991/07/2014-CX
Amendment to CESTAT Appeal Forms

Date: 16-12-2014
RBI/2014-15/357 A.P. (DIR Series) Circular No.49
Money Transfer Service Scheme – Delegation of work to Regional Offices-Submission of Statements / Returns

Date: 16-12-2014
RBI/2014-15/358 A.P.(DIR Series) Circular No.50
Rupee Drawing Arrangement – Delegation of work to Regional Offices-Submission of Statements / Returns

Date: 15-12-2014
Customs Notification No 114/2014 (NT)
Amends Notification No. 36/2001-Customs (N.T.), dated the 3rd August, 2001

Date: 11-12-2014
Customs Notification No. 33/ 2014
Grants exemption from the duties of Customs to goods imported for donation for the relief and rehabilitation of people affected by the floods in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.

Date: 11-12-2014
Customs Notification No. 48/2014-Customs (ADD)
Seeks to impose definitive anti-dumping duty on imports of Clear Float Glass originating in or exported from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Date: 11-12-2014
Customs Circular No 14/2014
Regarding adjudication of appraising related cases

Date: 11-12-2014
Central Excise Notification No 25/2014
Grants exemption from Basic Excise Duty to goods donated or purchased out of cash donations for the relief and rehabilitation of people affected by the floods in the State of Jammu and Kashmir