Form E.R.-3, Quarterly return for clearance of goods and CENVAT Credit

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Form E.R.-3
Quarterly return for clearance of goods and CENVAT Credit
Original/Duplicate
[See rule 12 of the Central Excise Rules, 2002 and rule 9 (7) of CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004]
[To be submitted by the assessees falling under proviso to rule 12 of the Central Excise Rules, 2002]
M M Y Y Y Y
Return of excisable goods and availment of CENVAT credit for the month of
1. Registration number :-
2. Name of the Assessee :-
3. Details of the manufacture, clearance and duty payable.-
CETSH NO. Description of goods Unit of quantity Opening Balance Quantity manufactured Quantity cleared Closing Balance Assessable Value (Rs.) Duty Notification availed Serial number in Notification Rate of duty (adv) Rate of duty (specific) Duty payable Provisional assessment number (if any) CENVAT Other Duties
4. Details of duty paid on excisable goods: Duty code Credit Account (Rs.) Account Current (Rs.) Challan BSR Code Total duty paid (Rs.) (2+3) No. date CENVAT Other Duties
5. Abstract of ACCOUNT-CURRENT (Cash payment).-
Summary particulars Amount in Rs.
(1) (2)
Opening Balance
Add: TR-6/ GAR-7 Challan payments made in the month (in aggregate) Total amount available
Less: Utilization towards Payment of duties on excisable goods during the month (vide. Details furnished under col.no.3 in Sl.No.(4) of the Return) Less Utilization towards Other Payments made during the month (vide. Details furnished under Sl.No.(7) of the Return) Closing balance
6. Details of CENVAT credit taken and utilized.-
Sl. No Details of credit CENVAT (Rs) AED (TTA) (Rs) NCCD (Rs) ADE levied under clause 85 of Finance Act, 2005 (Rs) Additional duty of customs levied under section 3
(5) of the Customs Tariff Act, 1975 Education Cess
on excisable goods (Rs) Secondary and Higher Education Cess on Excisable goods (Rs) Service Tax (Rs) Education Cess on taxable services (Rs) Secondary &Higher Education Cess on Taxable services (Rs)
1 Opening balance
2 Credit taken on inputs on invoices issued by manufacturers
3 Credit taken on inputs on invoices issued by Ist or IInd stage dealers
4 Credit taken on imported inputs
5 Credit taken on capital goods on invoices issued by manufacturers or by Ist or IInd stage dealers
6 Credit taken on imported capital goods
7 Credit taken on input services
8 Total credit available
9 Credit utilised for payment of duty on goods 10 Credit utilised when inputs or capital goods are removed as such 11 Credit utilised for payment of amount in terms of Rule 6 of CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004. 12 Credit utilised for other payments 13 Credit utilised for payment of tax on services
14 Closing
balance
7. Details of other payments made:
Payments Amount Paid (Rs.) Challan BSR
Code
Source
document.
Account
current
Credit account No. Date No date
Arrears of duty under rule 8 Other arrears of duty Interest payment under rule 8 Other interest payments Misc. Payments
Total
8. Self- assessment memorandum:
a) I hereby declare that the information given in this Return is true, correct and complete in
every respect and that I am authorised to sign on behalf of the assessee.
b) During the month, total Rs. ________________ was deposited vide TR 6 Challans
(copies enclosed).
c) During the month, invoices bearing S.No._______ to S.No. _______ were issued.
Date:
Place:
Name and signature of Assessee or
Authorised Signatory
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
M M Y Y Y Y
Return of excisable goods and availment of
CENVAT credit for the month of
D D
M M Y Y Y Y
Date of receipt
Name and Signature of the Range Officer with Official Seal INSTRUCTIONS
1. Indicate the 15-digit PAN based registration number and the name as appearing in the Registration Certificate.
2. In case more than one item is manufactured, additional row may be inserted in each table, wherever necessary. For giving information about the details of production and clearance, payment of duty and CENVAT credit availed and utilised month wise, the respective tables may be replicated.
3. If a specific product attracts more than one rate of duty, then all the rates should be mentioned separately. For example: If a product is cleared at full rate of duty to the local market and at a concessional /nil rate of duty for earthquake relief, then the details for each category of clearance must be separately mentioned.
3A. The term ‘CENVAT’ used at serial numbers 3, 4 and 6 refer to the Basic Excise Duty and the term ‘Other duties’ refers duties including AED, SED, NCCD, Cesses etc
4. In case the goods are cleared for export under Bond, the details of clearance may be mentioned separately. Under the columns (8) and (9) of table at serial number 3, the words ‘Export under Bond’ may be mentioned.
5. If a specified product attracts different rates of duty, within the same month, then such details should be separately mentioned. For example: On the 10th of a month, the effective rate of duty leviable for the product is changed, then the details relating to production, clearance and payment of duty need to be mentioned separately for the period up to 9th of the month and from 10th to the end of the month.
6. 8-digit CETSH Number may be indicated without any decimal point.
7. Wherever quantity codes appear, indicate relevant abbreviations as given below.
Quantities Abbreviations Quantities Abbreviations
Centimetre(s) cm Metre(s) m
Cubic centimetre(s) cm3 Square metre(s) m2
Cubic metre(s) m3 Millimetre(s) mm
Gram(s) g Metric tonne mt
Kilogram kg Number of pairs pa
Kilolitre kl Quintal q Litre(s) l Tonne(s) t Thousand in number Tu Number u
8. Where the duty is specific and is charged based on specified unit quantity, the same
quantity code must be used for showing clearance figures.
9. In column (6) of Table at serial number 3, the assessable value means,
(a) where goods attract ad valorem rate of duty, the value under section 4 of Central
Excise Act, 1944 (1 of 1944);
(b) where goods are covered under section 4A of the Act, the assessable value as
worked out under MRP after allowing deductions as provided under section 4A of the Act;
(c) in case of goods for which the tariff value is fixed, such tariff value;
(d) in case of specific rated goods, the aggregated invoice value of the goods excluding
all taxes;
(e) in case of combination of advalorem and specific duties, the transaction value under
section 4 of the Act;
(f) in case of exports under Bond, the ARE-1/ARE-2/invoice value. The abbreviations and expressions used to denote a particular type of duty are as below:
CENVAT- Duty of Excise leviable as per First Schedule to Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985 (5 of 1986).
SED- Special Excise Duty leviable as per Second Schedule to Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985 (5 of 1986)
NCCD - National Calamity Contingent Duty leviable under section 136 of the Finance Act,
2001(as amended). AED (TTA) - Additional Duty of Excise leviable under Additional Duties of Excise (Textile and Textile Articles) Act, 1978 (40 of 1978). SAED- Special Additional Excise Duty leviable under section 147 of the Finance Act, 2002. ADE- Additional duty of Excise on Motor Spirit and High Speed Diesel leviable under section
111 of the Finance (No. 2) Act, 1998 and section 133 of the Finance Act, 1999 respectively. ADE on specified products- ADE on specified products as levied under Clause 85 of the Finance Bill, 2005. Education Cess on excisable goods - Education Cess on excisable goods leviable under section 91 read with section 93 of Finance (No. 2) Act, 2004 (23 of 2004). Service Tax - Service tax leviable under section 66 of the Finance Act, 1994 (32 of 1994). Cess - Cess leviable under different Cess enactments. Secondary and Higher Education Cess on Excisable goods - Secondary and Higher Education Cess on Excisable goods leviable under clause (126) read with clause (128) of the Finance Bill, 2007, which by virtue of the declaration made in the said Finance Bill under the Provisional Collection of Taxes Act, 1931 (16 of 1931), has the force of law
10. In Tables at serial numbers 3 and 4 the ‘Other duties’ paid/payable, as applicable, may be mentioned as per the following sequence.
SED
NCCD
AED(TTA)
SAED
ADE
ADE on specified products
levied
under clause 85 of Finance
Bill,2005 EDUCATION CESS ON
EXCISABLE GOODS CESS Secondary and Higher Education Cess on Excisable goods
11. In column (10) in Table at serial number 3, indicate the effective rates of duty. Columns which are not applicable, may be left blank.
12. Goods cleared under compounded levy scheme, indicate the aggregate duty payable in
column (12) of Table at serial number 3 as per the compounded levy scheme. The columns not applicable may be kept blank.
13. In case the goods are assessed provisionally, the details may be given separately in Table at serial number 3. In column (13) of Table at serial number 3, specify the Unique Identification number mentioned in the order for Provisional Assessment.
14. The details of the challans for duty payment should be mentioned in Table at Sr.No. 4. In Table at S.No.7, separate challans should be used for pre-deposit of duty for the purpose of appellate remedy, for paying dues for approaching Settlement Commission and for other payments.
15. In column (5) of Table at serial number 7, specify the Order-in-Original number and date relating to the payment of arrears of duty and of interest, the period for which the said interest has been paid. For other miscellaneous payments, mention the source document number and date. Miscellaneous payment includes penalty, redemption fine, and pre-deposit.
16. In the Tables at serial numbers 4 and 7, the BSR codes of the Bank branch should be indicated when the instructions to this effect are issued.
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