GST Registration in Regular Scheme for proprietor 

GST registration is a process of registering under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime. GST is a comprehensive tax levied on the supply of goods and services across India. Here are the steps to register for GST:

Step 1: Visit the GST portal

Visit the GST portal at

Step 2: Click on the 'New Registration' option

Click on the 'New Registration' option on the GST portal.

Step 3: Select the type of registration

Select the type of registration you wish to apply for, such as regular taxpayer, composition taxpayer, input service distributor, etc.

Step 4: Fill in the basic details

Fill in the basic details such as your name, email address, and mobile number.

Step 5: Provide the business details

Provide the business details such as the name, type, address, and other necessary details.

Step 6: Enter the bank details

Enter the bank details of your business, such as the name of the bank, account number, and IFSC code.

Step 7: Upload the necessary documents

Upload the necessary documents, such as your PAN card, address proof, and bank statement, as required.

Step 8: Verify the details

Verify all the details provided in the application and make any changes if required.

Step 9: Submit the application

Submit the application after verifying all the details provided.

Step 10: Receive the GSTIN

Once the application is processed and verified, you will receive a Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) and a provisional registration certificate.

In summary, the GST registration process involves providing basic and business details, bank details, and necessary documents. You can complete the registration process online by visiting the GST portal and following the steps mentioned above. After registration, it is essential to file your GST returns on time to avoid penalties or late fees.

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# The price given above is based on a general case scenario actual charges may vary depending upon the prevailing scenario.