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e-Invoicing on GeM

e Invoice declaration facilitates faster turnaround time of your transactions.


The e-Invoice System is meant for GST registered entity to upload all the B2B invoices to the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP). The IRP generates and returns a unique Invoice Reference Number (IRN), digitally signed e-invoice and QR code to the user.

E-Invoicing has been made mandatory by the Goods and Service Tax Council for businesses with an annual turnover above ₹ 10 crore.

What is e-Invoice?

"e-Invoicing" or "electronic invoicing" is a system in which B2B invoices are authenticated electronically by GSTN for further use on the common GST portal. Under the electronic invoicing system, an identification number will be issued against every invoice by the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP), managed by the GST Network (GSTN).

To whom is e-invoicing applicable?

Following is the list of the applicable organization for e-invoices.

PhaseApplicable to taxpayers having an aggregate turnover of more thanApplicable dateNotification number
IRs 500 crore01.10.202061/2020 – Central Tax and 70/2020 – Central Tax
IIRs 100 crore01.01.202188/2020 – Central Tax
IIIRs 50 crore01.04.20215/2021 – Central Tax
IVRs 20 crore01.04.20221/2022 – Central Tax
VRs 10 crore01.10.202217/2022 – Central Tax

If you are in the above table, then you need to declare e-invoicing on the GeM portal.



  • Turnover (max in 3 year) - Enter your last 3 years maximum turnover (should be greater than 10 crores)
  • Specific category excluded from compliance to e-invoicing as notified - Select No as you have to declare e-Invoicing.
  • Click on GET OTP and verify with the OTP you receive.

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