Rate of VAT on Electric scooter in Orrisa

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Dear Sir,

Kindly provide me the rate of VAT on Electric Scooters in Orrisa, Chatisgarh, Karnataka and Kerla.

I shall be Obliged

With Regards

 
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LIST OF GOODS SUBJECT TO VALUE ADDED TAX ON TURNOVER OF SALES OR PURCHASES-ORISSA

PART I GOODS TAXABLE AT THE RATE OF 1%  

1. Bullion



2. Gold Articles



3. Precious stones including synthetic gems and pearls of all types



4. Silver articles

 

PART II GOODS TAXABLE AT THE RATE OF 4%

 

1. Agricultural implements not operated manually or not driven by animal

2.All equipments for communications such as, Private Branch Exchange (P.B.X) and Electronic Private Automatic Branch Exchange (E.P.A.B.X.) etc.

3.All intangible goods like copyright, patent, rep license etc.

4. All kinds of bricks including fly ash bricks, refractory bricks and ashphaltic roofing, earthen tiles

5. All types of yarn other than cotton and silk yarn in hank and sewing thread

6.Aluminium utensils and enamelled utensils

7. Arecanut powder and betel nut

8. Bamboo

9. Bearings

10. Beedi leaves

11. Beltings

12. Bicycles, tricycles, cycle rickshaws & parts

13. Bitumen

14. Bone meal

15. Branded bread

16. Bulk drugs

17. Capital goods

18. Castings

19. Centrifugal, monobloc and submersible pumps and parts thereof

20. Chemical fertilizers, pesticides, weedicides and insecticides

21. Coffee beans and seeds, cocoa pod, green tea leaf and chicory

22. Coir and Coir products excluding coir mattresses and hand made coir products

23. Cotton and cotton waste

24. Crucibles

25. Declared goods as specified in section 14 of the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956

26. Drugs and medicines

27. Edible oils, oil cake and de-oiled cake

28. Electrodes

29. Exercise book, graph book and laboratory note book

30. Ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys; non-metals such as aluminium, copper, zinc and extrusions of those

31. Fibres of all types and fibre waste

32. Flour, atta, maida, suji, besan, etc.

33. Fried grams

34. Gur, jaggery and edible variety of rub gur

35. Hand pumps and spare parts

36. Herb, bark, dry plant, dry root, commonly known as jari booti and dry flower

37. Hose pipes

38. Hosiery goods

39. Husk and bran of cereals

40. Ice

41. Incense sticks commonly known as, agarbatti, dhupkathi or dhupbati

42. Industrial cables (High voltage cables, XLPE Cables, jelly filled cables, optical fibres)

43. IT products including computers, telephone and parts thereof, teleprinter and wireless equipment and parts thereof, cellular phone, SIM card

44. Kerosene oil sold through PDS

45. Industrial inputs and packing materials as may be notified by the State Government

46. Napa Slabs (Rough flooring stones)

47. Newars

48. Ores and minerals

49. Paddy, rice, wheat and pulses

50. Paper and newsprint

51. Pipes of all varieties including GI pipes, CI pipes, ductile pipes and PVC pipes

52. Plastic footwear

53. Printed material including diary, calendar etc.

54. Printing ink excluding toner and cartridges

55. Processed and branded salt

56. Pulp of bamboo, wood and paper

57. Rail coaches engines and wagons

58. Readymade garments

59. Renewable energy devices and spare parts

60. Safety matches

61. Seeds

62. Sewing machines

63. Ship and other water vessels

64. Silk fabrics (subject to abolition of rental agreement)

65. Skimmed milk powder

66. Solvent oils other than organic solvent oil

67. Spices of all varieties and forms including cumin seed, aniseed, turmeric and dry chillies

68. Sports goods excluding apparels and footwear

69. Starch

70. Sugar and Khandasari

71. Tamarind

72. Textile fabric

73. Tobacco

74. Tractors, Threshers, harvesters and attachments and parts thereof

75. Transmission towers

76. Umbrella except garden umbrella

77. Vanaspati (Hydrogeneted Vegetable Oil)

78. Vegetable oil including gingili oil, bran oil

79. Writing instruments

Explanation :- The goods “Sugar", “Textile Fabric” and “Tobacco” appearing against Sl.Nos. 70, 72 and 73 shall not be subject to levy of tax under this Act until such goods are subject to levy of duties of excise under the Additional Duties of Excise (Goods of Special Importance) Act, 1957.

 

PART III GOODS TAXABLE AT THE RATE OF 12.5%

(All other goods except those specified in Schedule C) 

 

 
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SECOND SCHEDULE IN KARNATAKA
GOODS TAXABLE AT ONE PER CENT
[Section 4(1)(a)(i)]


1. Bullion and specie
2. Jewellery and articles of gold, silver and other noble metals whether or not studded with precious or semi-precious stones.


THIRD SCHEDULE
GOODS TAXABLE AT FOUR PER CENT
[Section 4(1)(a)(ii)]


1. Agricultural implements not operated manually or not driven by animal.
2. All kinds of bricks including fly ash bricks; refractory bricks and the like; ashphaltic roofing sheets; earthen tiles.
3. All kinds of yarn other than cotton and silk yarn in hank; sewing thread.
4. Aluminium utensils and enamelled utensils.
5. Arecanut.
6. Bamboo.
7. Bearings of all kinds.
8. Beedi leaves.
9. Beltings, namely, Transmission, conveyor or elevator belts or belting of vulcanized rubber whether combined with any textile material or otherwise.
10. Bicycles, tandem cycles, cycle combinations, cyclerickshaws, perambulators, children’s tricycles and similar articles and parts and accessories thereof including their tyres, tubes and flaps.

11. Bitumen.
12. Bone meal.
13. Bread and bun.
14. Bulk drugs.
15. Capital goods as may be notified.
16. Chemical fertilizers and chemical fertilizer mixtures; Insecticides, pesticides, rodenticides, fungicides, weedicides, herbicides, plant regulators and plant growth nutrients.
17. Coffee beans and seeds (whether raw or roasted); cocoa pods and beans; green tea leaf and chicory. 
18. Coir and Coir products excluding rubberised coir products.
19. Cotton waste and cotton yarn waste.
20. Declared goods as specified in Section 14 of the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 (Central Act 74 of 1956).
21. Edible oils (Non-refined and refined), oil cake and deoiled cake.
22. Exercise books, student note books, graph books and laboratory note books. 
23. Exim scrips, REP licenses, special import licenses (SIL), value based advance licenses (VABAL), Export quotas, copyrights, patents and the like.
24. Fibres of all kinds and fibre waste. 
25. Flour (atta), poha, maida, soji of rice, wheat and maize; flour of pulses.
26. Fried gram.
27. Hand pumps and parts thereof.
28. Hose pipes.
29. Hosiery goods.
30. Husk and bran of cereals and pulses.
31. Ice.
32. Incense sticks such as, agarbathi, dhupkathi and dhupbam.
33. Indian musical instruments namely, Veena, violin, tambura, mridanga, ghatam, khanjira, harmonium, flute, star, sarod, santoor, dilruba, nadaswara, dolu, tabla, shehnai, pakwaz, vichitra veena, gotu vadyam, morsing, chande, triangle, rudraveena and sarangi and parts and accessories thereof.
34. Industrial cables namely High voltage cables, XLPE Cables, jelly filled cables and optical fibres. 
35. Industrial inputs and packing materials as may be notified.
36. IT Products including telecommunication equipments as may be notified.
37. Jaggery. 
38. Kerosene oil sold through Public Distribution System (PDS).
39. Leaf plates and cups other than those falling under First Schedule.
40. Medicinal plants, roots, herbs and barks used in the preparation of Ayurvedic medicines.
41. Mandakki (Parched or puffed rice) and Avalakki (Beaten Rice).
42. Non-ferrous Castings.
43. Non-ferrous metals and alloys; Ingots, slabs, blocks, billets, sheets, circles, hoops, strips, bars, rods, rounds, squares, flats of Aluminium, brass, bronze, copper, cadmium, lead and zinc.
44. Ores and minerals including lumps and fines.
45. Paper of all kinds including ammonia paper, blotting paper, carbon paper, cellophane, PVC coated paper, stencil paper, water proof paper, art boards, card
boards, corrugated boards, duplex boards, pulp boards, straw boards, triplex boards and the like, but excluding photographic paper; waste paper, paper waste and newsprint.
46. Pipes, tubes and fittings of all kinds excluding conduit pipes and its fittings.
47. Plastic footwear.

48. Printed materials other than books meant for reading; stationary articles namely, Account books, paper envelopes, diaries, calendars, race cards, catalogues, greeting cards, invitation cards, humour post cards, picture post cards, cards for special occasions, photo and stamp albums.
49. Printing ink excluding toner and cartridges.
50. Processed and branded salt.
51. Pulp of bamboo, wood and paper.
52. Rail coaches, engines and wagons.
53. Readymade garments.
54. Renewable energy devices and parts thereof.
55. Safety matches.
56. Seeds.
57. Sewing machines.
58. Ship and other water vessels.
59. Skimmed milk powder.
60. Solvent oils other than organic solvent oil.
61. Spices in all forms including jeera (cumin seeds), methi, poppy seeds (kaskas), Corriander (dhaniya), shajeera, somph, katha, azwan, kabab chini, bhojur phool, tejpatha, japatri, nutmeg (marathamoggu), kalhoovu, aniseed, turmeric, cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, dal chinny,cloves, tamarind and dry chillies. 

62. Sports goods (indoor and out door) including body building equipments, but excluding wearing apparels and footwear.
63. Starch.
64. Tractors and Power tillers, their parts and accessories including trailers, but excluding batteries, tyres, tubes and flaps.
65. Transmission towers (electrical).
66. Umbrellas excluding garden and beach umbrellas.
67. Vanaspathi (Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil).
68. Vegetable oil including gingili oil and bran oil excluding vegetable oil used as toilet are.
69. Welding Electrodes of all kinds, graphite electrodes including anodes, welding rods, soldering rods and soldering wires
70. Writing instruments such as pens, pencils and the like.


FOURTH SCHEDULE
GOODS TAXABLE AT TWENTY PER CENT
[Section 4(1)(a)(iii)]
1. Narcotics
2. Molasses

 

 
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hello sir,

             i want to know about electric scooter sales tax rate, per state wise, so please send me answer ..my email id is     jay.vyas07@gmail.com

 

thank you,

 
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Until recently electrical bikes and scooters were only rumored in India. But the scenario has changed drastically in last century; with the emergence of many of the electrical vehicles manufacturing companies all across India. The market is flooded with products like electrical scooters, motorcycles, mopeds and even cars are in development stage and soon will be ready for sell. Thus it can be held as a revolution in the automobile industry. VV Electric which started commercial production in 2006; is one of the successful companies manufacturing Electric Scooters in India. Based in Tamilnadu the company manufactures, supplies and exports electric scooters, battery operated scooters, eco friendly scooters, mini e scooters, mini e bikes, 2 wheeler no petrol bikes, pollution free scooters, e bicycles and electric mopeds. The company has dealer network mainly in Tamilnadu and Kerela. But now Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka have also joined the league. The company has the following products in the market.

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We all know well that cake is one of the yummiest thing. But after including VAT it becomes expensive for all. But here on OyeGIfts you can buy & send cake in mumbai at cheap price.

 
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Until recently electrical bikes and scooters were only rumored in India. But the scenario has changed drastically in last century; with the emergence of many of the electrical vehicles manufacturing companies all across India. The market is flooded with products like electrical scooters, motorcycles, mopeds and even cars are in development stage and soon will be ready for sell. Thus it can be held as a revolution in the automobile industry. VV Electric which started commercial production in 2006; is one of the successful companies manufacturing Electric Scooters in India. Based in Tamilnadu the company manufactures, supplies and exports electric scooters, battery operated scooters, eco friendly scooters, mini e scooters, mini e bikes, 2 wheeler no petrol bikes, pollution free scooters, e bicycles and electric mopeds. The company has dealer network mainly in Tamilnadu and Kerela. But now Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka have also joined the league. The company has the following products in the market. 

 

 
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Today, our prime minister has been replace GST on the places of other taxes like VAT etc. Due to hight GST on food items, we are deliverying cakes on reasonable price. You can place an order & send cakes to delhi. Except Delhi, we also provide online delivery in all over India.

 
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