MEIS, Merchandise Exports from India Scheme under FTP 2015-20
Wednesday, January 04, 2017     Category : Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20

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Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS)

 


Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) under Foreign Trade Policy of India (FTP 2015-20) is one of the two schemes introduced in Foreign Trade Policy of India 2015-20, as a part of Exports from India Scheme. (The other scheme is SEIS, Service Exports from India Scheme)

EXIM policy 2015-20 bThe details of MEIS, Merchandise Exports from India Scheme under Export Import Policy 2015-2020 (FTP 2015-20) is given below under Foreign Trade Policy of India 2015-20, paragraph wise.

Nature of Rewards

Duty Credit Scrips shall be granted as rewards under MEIS. The Duty Credit Scrips and goods imported / domestically procured against them shall be freely transferable. The Duty Credit Scrips can be used for the following requirements:

(i) Payment of Customs Duties for import of inputs or goods, except items listed in Appendix 3A.

(ii) Payment of excise duties on domestic procurement of inputs or goods, including capital goods as per DoR notification.

(iii) Payment of service tax on procurement of services as per DoR notification.

(iv) Payment of Customs Duty and fee as per paragraph 3.18 of this Policy.

 

 

 

When shall MEIS come in to force?

The MEIS Scheme shall come into force with effect from the date of notification of this Policy, i.e. the rewards under MEIS shall be admissible for exports made/services rendered on or after the date of notification of this Policy.

 

 

Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS)

 

Objective of Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) as per Indian Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20 (FTP 2015-20) is to offset infrastructural inefficiencies and associated costs involved in export of goods/products, which are produced/manufactured in India, especially those having high export intensity, employment potential and thereby enhancing India’s export competitiveness.

 

Entitlement under MEIS

Exports of notified goods/products with ITC[HS] code, to notified markets as listed in Appendix 3B, shall be rewarded under MEIS. Appendix 3B also lists the rate(s) of rewards on various notified products [ITC (HS) code wise]. The basis of calculation of reward would be on realized FOB value of exports in free foreign exchange, or on FOB value of exports as given in the Shipping Bills in free foreign exchange, whichever is less, unless otherwise specified.

Export of goods through courier or foreign post offices using e-Commerce

(i) Exports of goods through courier or foreign post office using e-commerce, as notified in Appendix 3C, of FOB value up to Rs. 25000 per consignment shall be entitled for rewards under MEIS.

(ii) If the value of exports using e-commerce platform is more than Rs 25000 per consignment then MEIS reward would be limited to FOB value of Rs.25000 only.

(iii) Such goods can be exported in manual mode through Foreign Post Offices at New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.

(iv) Export of such goods under Courier Regulations shall be allowed manually on pilot basis through Airports at Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai as per appropriate amendments in regulations to be made by Department of Revenue. Department of Revenue shall fast track the implementation of EDI mode at courier terminals.

 

Ineligible categories under MEIS as per Import Export Policy 2015-2020 (FTP 2015-20)

The following exports categories /sectors shall be ineligible for Duty Credit Scrip entitlement under MEIS, EXIM Policy 2015-20 (FTP 2015-20).

(i) EOUs / EHTPs / BTPs/ STPs who are availing direct tax benefits / exemption.

(ii) Supplies made from DTA units to SEZ units

(iii) Export of imported goods covered under paragraph 2.46 of FTP;

(iv) Exports through trans-shipment, meaning thereby exports that are originating in third country but trans-shipped through India;

(v) Deemed Exports;

(vi) SEZ/EOU/EHTP/BPT/FTWZ products exported through DTA units;

(vii) Items, which are restricted or prohibited for export under Schedule-2 of Export Policy in ITC (HS), unless specifically notified in Appendix 3B.

(viii)Service Export.

(ix) Red sanders and beach sand.

(x) Export products which are subject to Minimum export price or export duty.

(xi) Diamond Gold, Silver, Platinum, other precious metal in any form including plain and studded jewellery and other precious and semi-precious stones.

(xii) Ores and concentrates of all types and in all formations.

(xiii) Cereals of all types.

(xiv) Sugar of all types and all forms.

(xv) Crude / petroleum oil and crude / primary and base products of all types and all formulations.

(xvi) Export of milk and milk products.

(xvii)Export of Meat and Meat Products.

(xviii)Products wherein precious metal/diamond are used or Articles which are studded with precious stones.

(xix) Exports made by units in FTWZ.

 

 

Effective date of scheme for MEIS as per Import Export Policy 2015-2020 (FTP 2015-20)

The schemes shall come into force with effect from the date of notification of this Policy, i.e. the rewards under MEIS shall be admissible for exports made on or after the date of notification of this Policy.

 

Special Provisions under IMPEX Policy 2015-20 (FTP 2015-20)

(a) Government reserves the right in public interest, to specify export products or services or markets, which shall not be eligible for computation of entitlement of duty credit scrip.

(b) Government reserves the right to impose restriction / change the rate/ceiling on Duty Credit Scrip under this chapter.

(c) Government may also notify goods in Appendix 3A which shall not be allowed for debiting through Duty Credit Scrips in case of import.

(d) Government may prescribe value cap of any kind for a product(s) or limit total reward per IEC holder under this chapter at any time.

 

Common Provisions for MEIS as per Import Export Policy 2015-20 (FTP 2015-20)

Transitional Arrangement

For the goods exported or services rendered upto the date of notification of this Policy, which were otherwise eligible for issuance of scrips under erstwhile Chapter 3 of the earlier Foreign Trade Policy(ies) and scrip is applied / issued on or after notification of this Policy against such export of goods or services rendered, the then prevailing policy and procedure regarding eligibility, entitlement, transferability, usage of scrip and any other condition in force at the time of export of goods or rendering of the services, shall be applicable to such scrips.

CENVAT/ Drawback

Additional Customs duty/excise duty/Service Tax paid in cash or through debit under Duty Credit scrip shall be adjusted as CENVAT Credit or Duty Drawback as per DoR rules or notifications. Basic Custom duty paid in cash or through debit under Duty Credit scrip shall be adjusted for Duty Drawback as per DoR rules or notifications.

Import under lease financing

Utilization of Duty Credit Scrip shall be permitted for payment of duty in case of import of capital goods under lease financing in terms of provision in paragraph 2.34 of FTP.

Transfer of export performance as per EXIM Policy of India 2015-20 (FTP 2015-20)

(a) Transfer of export performance from one IEC holder to another IEC holder shall not be permitted. Thus, a shipping bill containing name of applicant shall be counted in export performance / turnover of applicant only if export proceeds from overseas are realized in applicant’s bank account and this shall be evidenced from e - BRC / FIRC.

(b) However, MEIS, rewards can be claimed either by the supporting manufacturer (along with disclaimer from the company / firm who has realized the foreign exchange directly from overseas) or by the company/ firm who has realized the foreign exchange directly from overseas.

Facility of payment of custom duties in case of E.O. defaults and fee through duty credit scrips

(a) Duty Credit Scrip can be utilized / debited for payment of Custom Duties in case of EO defaults for Authorizations issued under Chapters 4 and 5 of this Policy. Such utilization /usage shall be in respect of those goods which are permitted to be imported under the respective reward schemes. However, penalty / interest shall be required to be paid in cash.

(b) Duty credit scrips can also be used for payment of composition fee under FTP, for payment of application fee under FTP, if any and for payment of value shortfall in EO under para 4.49 of HBP 2015-20.

Risk Management System

(a) A Risk Management System shall be in operation whereby every month Computer system in DGFT

Headquarters, on random basis, will select 10% of cases for each RA where scrips have already been issued, under each scheme. RA in turn may call for original documents in all such selected cases for further examination in detail. In case any discrepancy and/ or over claim is found on such examination, the applicant shall be under obligation to rectify such discrepancy and/or refund over claim in cash with interest at the rate prescribed under section 28 A A of the Customs Act 1962, from the date of issue of scrip in the relevant Head of Account of Customs within one month. The original holder of scrip, however, may refund such over claim by surrendering the same scrip whether partially utilized or fully unutilized, without interest.

(b) Regional Authority may ask for original proof of landing certificate, annexures attached to ANFs or any other document, which has been uploaded digitally at any time within three years from the date of issue of scrip. Failure to submit such documents in original would make applicant liable to refund the reward granted along with interest at the rate prescribed under section 28 A A of the Customs Act 1962, from the date of issuance of scrip. It would be the responsibility of applicant to maintain such documents, certificate etc. for a period of at least three years from the date of issuance of scrips.

Status Holder

(a) Status Holders are business leaders who have excelled in international trade and have successfully contributed to country’s foreign trade. Status Holders are expected to not only contribute towards India’s exports but also provide guidance and handholding to new entrepreneurs.

(b) All exporters of goods, services and technology having an import-export code (IEC) number shall be eligible for recognition as a status holder. Status recognition depends upon export performance. An applicant shall be categorized as status holder upon achieving export performance during current and previous two financial years, as indicated in paragraph 3.21 of Foreign Trade Policy. The export performance will be counted on the basis of FOB value of export earnings in free foreign exchange.

(c) For deemed export, FOR value of exports in Indian Rupees shall be converted in US$ at the exchange rate notified by CBEC, as applicable on 1st April of each Financial Year.

(d) For granting status, export performance is necessary in at least two out of three years.

Status Category

Export Performance

One Star Export House 3 FOB / FOR (as converted) Value (in US $ million)

Two Star Export House 25 FOB / FOR (as converted) Value (in US $ million)

Three Star Export House 100 FOB / FOR (as converted) Value (in US $ million)

Four Star Export House 500 FOB / FOR (as converted) Value (in US $ million)

Five Star Export House 2000 FOB / FOR (as converted) Value (in US $ million)

Grant of double weightage

(a) The exports by IEC holders under the following categories shall be granted double weightage for calculation of export performance for grant of status.

(i) Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) as defined in Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act 2006.

(ii) Manufacturing units having ISO/BIS.

(iii) Units located in North Eastern States including Sikkim and Jammu & Kashmir.

(iv) Units located in Agri Export Zones.

(b) Double Weightage shall be available for grant of One Star Export House Status category only. Such benefit of double weightage shall not be admissible for grant of status recognition of other categories namely Two Star Export House, Three Star Export House, Four Star export House and Five Star Export House.

(c) A shipment can get double weightage only once in any one of above categories.

3.23 Other conditions for grant of status

(a) Export performance of one IEC holder shall not be permitted to be transferred to another IEC holder. Hence, calculation of exports performance based on disclaimer shall not be allowed.

(b) Exports made on re-export basis shall not be counted for recognition.

(c) Export of items under authorization, including SCOMET items, would be included for calculation of export performance.

Privileges of Status Holders

A Status Holder shall be eligible for privileges as under:

(a) Authorization and Customs Clearances for both imports and exports may be granted on self-declaration basis;

(b) Input-Output norms may be fixed on priority within 60 days by the Norms Committee;

(c) Exemption from furnishing of Bank Guarantee for Schemes under FTP, unless specified otherwise anywhere in FTP or HBP;

(d) Exemption from compulsory negotiation of documents through banks. Remittance / receipts, however, would be received through banking channels;

(e) Two star and above Export houses shall be permitted to establish Export Warehouses as per Department of Revenue guidelines.

(f) Three Star and above Export House shall be entitled to get benefit of Accredited Clients Programme (ACP) as per the guidelines of CBEC (website: http://cbec.gov.in).

(g) The status holders would be entitled to preferential treatment and priority in handling of their consignments by the concerned agencies.

(h) Manufacturers who are also status holders (Three Star/Four Star/Five Star) will be enabled to self-certify their manufactured goods (as per their IEM/IL/LOI) as originating from India with a view to qualify for preferential treatment under different preferential trading agreements (PTA), Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreements (CECA) and Comprehensive Economic

Partnership Agreements (CEPA). Subsequently, the scheme may be extended to remaining Status Holders.

(i) Manufacturer exporters who are also Status Holders shall be eligible to self-certify their goods as originating from India as per para 2.108 (d) of Hand Book of Procedures.

(j) Status holders shall be entitled to export freely exportable items on free of cost basis for export promotion subject to an annual limit of Rs 10 lakh or 2% of average annual export realization during preceding three licensing years whichever is higher.

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Comments

 
Pradeep Sengottuvel Says :
Thursday, April 02, 2015
Dear Sir, Is a merchant exporter who is getting benefits of duty drawback eligible for rewards from MEIS? can one avail both duty drawback and MEIS rewards together for exporting goods?
Nazeem.v.k Says :
Thursday, April 02, 2015
as I am working as an agent of a German importer whether to be paid service tax. I am not exporting directly to client but providing services to German customer for procurement of garments from right source and with needed quality . So we do as an buying agency as service to bring business to India. So pls clarify whether we have to pay service tax for commission being paid by German customer
Haresh Says :
Thursday, April 09, 2015
Hello Sir, I wanted to know can a 100% EOU buy from another EOU (manufacuturing domestically) and thereby export said goods and avail benefit of MEIS.
Swaroop Says :
Monday, April 13, 2015
Hello, I would like to know the minimum value addition for claiming MEIS benefits. Can we import 70% input from country A, add 30% input value in India and export 100% to country A ?
Aarti Mohanty Says :
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Sir,please let me know in detail the facilities avail for ONE STAR EXPORT HOUSE Holder. Thank you.
Hitesh shah Says :
Monday, April 27, 2015
Sirji,WE want to know about EXPORT HOUSE.What benefits we get as we r NOW COMES ONE STAR EXPORT HOUSE CATEGORIES. Sirji. we r one of a nearly more than more than about INR 30Cr exports the goods in differ countries. pl. let me know, Now can we get INCREDIBLE & Status Holding scheme benefits? Regards HITESH SHAH (CEO/V.P.)EXPORT (080800 35222)
Kailasam Says :
Friday, May 08, 2015
can exporter claim duty drawback benefits as well as duty saved script both for single exports as per existing FT policy scheme of MEIS ?
s.kanthavel Says :
Saturday, August 08, 2015
i want to do business, export of spices and groceries .For the same a want the agents' address .HOW CAN I GET THE AGENTS LIST FOR THE BUSINESS.
Bhupinder Singh Says :
Monday, August 24, 2015
Sir How can a 100% EOU can avail the benefit of MEIS
Ramesh Krishnan Says :
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Dear Sir, We are Merchant exporters, we export some products under MEIS. So, as instructed we have mentioned the Clause "we intend to claim under MEIS", But my mistake in the Commodity description page(second page) of Shipping Bill. The Reward Column has been filled with "No". Pl. advice whether we can avail the benefit under MEIS. IF no, what we can do to avail the same.
GIRIRAJ Says :
Sunday, October 11, 2015
WHAT IS PROCEDURE FOR TAKE BENEFIT OF MEIS ( WE ARE ALREADY EXPORTED ONE CONSIGNMENT AS ON 23.09.2015
SK Says :
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
I got your contact from your website,which I use frequently for my knowledge. I would like to know following clarification on EPCG matter. Whether Gold coins can be exported by a EPCG licence holder for fulfilling export obligation? Gold obtained from nominated agencies can be used for exporting gold coins under EPCG scheme?As per FTP 20015-20 (para 4.32) items of exports are Gold jewellery, including partly processed jewellery and articles including medallions and coins (excluding legal tender coins), whether plain or studded, containing gold of 8 carats and above; But in para 4.34 "Gold jewellery and articles thereof including mountings and findings" have been mentioned and not "coins" . Please clarify the matter and also provide the relevant customs notification/FTP.
Pankaj shah Says :
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
We are manufacturer-exporter of chemicals having IEC code.We export Calcium Nitrate falling under HS code 28342990 which we export under self sealing procedure as we are not availing any customs benefits.We export the same to colombo.We would now like to avail benefit under MEIS. Please advice the procedure thereof.
Santosh Says :
Monday, October 26, 2015
Dear Sir, We are custom house agent, we export some products under MEIS. So, as instructed we have mentioned the Clause "we intend to claim under MEIS", But my mistake in the Commodity description page(second page) of Shipping Bill. The Reward Column has been filled with "No". Pl. advice whether we can avail the benefit under MEIS. what we can do to avail the same.
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Monday, November 02, 2015
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Pankaj Kumar, Says :
Saturday, November 07, 2015
Sir, i want to know that if a unit exporting wheat flour self manufactured is entitle to get benefits of exim scrips when the forex of the export is recieved.If yes, then how much of cif value of invoice. Please guide. Thanks
vijay ramani Says :
Monday, November 23, 2015
hello sir, i want to export groundnut then what are the test certificate of health required to provide to importer?
srinivas Says :
Monday, November 23, 2015
Dear Sir, We are custom house agent, we export some products under MEIS. So, as instructed we have mentioned the Clause in remarks column"we intend to claim under MEIS", But my mistake in the Commodity description page(second page) of Shipping Bill. The Reward Column has been filled with "No". Pl. advice whether we can avail the benefit under MEIS. what we can do to avail the same pls advice we are awaiting for valuable reply........
Yogesh Mistry Says :
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
We are manufacturer-exporter of chemicals having IEC code.We export Reactive Dyes falling under HS code 32041690 which we export under self sealing procedure as we are availing any customs duty drawback benefits but We would not availing benefit under MEIS. Please advice the procedure thereof.
nishit Says :
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Good Day, we are the importer of chemicals, i need to know the proceedure, Challenges & benefits if i am exporting to a unit in SEZ rgds,
nishit Says :
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Hi, pls clarify is it mandate that commercial invoice for exports need to be signed by authorised signatory, can we avoid doing the signature on invoice by mentioning that "invoice is system generated invoice and no signature required", did this statement violates any compliance parameter or it is sufficient for customs purp
vivek Says :
Friday, December 18, 2015
i am study for import export. which benifit under hs code 090920 for export at indian goverment
Kshitij Says :
Saturday, December 19, 2015
Dear sir, is a SEZ unit eligible for export entitlements? As supply of goods and services from DTA to SEZ units are exempt from Excise Duty and Service Tax, then for what purposes will the Duty Credit Scrips be utilized?
RAJESH RAJ BHATT Says :
Thursday, January 14, 2016
SIR, I WANT TO CLEAR ME WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF EXPORTS FROM MERCHANDISE EXPORT FROM INDIA SHCEME
prabhat kumar sinha Says :
Friday, January 22, 2016
is MEIS valid for the sez unit who did third party export
Pramoth Says :
Friday, February 05, 2016
Dear Sir How is apply on Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS)
Latha Shivakumar Says :
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
We are registered with Central excise utilizing CENVAT Facility. Exporting the materials under LUT. Can we get the benefit of MEIS. In case we register now in MEIS can we avail the benefits of MEIS for the FY 2015-2016. Please confirm. Thanks.
mohan Says :
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
as per circular No.14/2015 - Customs F.No.605/55/2014 - DBK. pl.let me know the rate of incentive/ reward under MEI scheme our product is Ferro Alloys.
Dinesh Pandey Says :
Saturday, March 12, 2016
Dear Sir, Is a merchant exporter who is getting benefits of duty drawback eligible for rewards from MEIS? can one avail both duty drawback and MEIS rewards together for exporting goods? Further,we have made export in the month of Oct to Dec 2015 but unfortunately, we have not mentioned the Clause in remarks column"we intend to claim under MEIS" in S.B. Is rectification is possible at this stage?. Regards
Bhavin Javiya Says :
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Dear Sir, Can one avail both duty drawback and MEIS rewards together for exporting goods? Further,we have made export in the month of Oct to Dec 2015 but unfortunately, we have not mentioned the Clause in remarks column"we intend to claim under MEIS" in S.B. Is rectification is possible at this stage?. Regards
JAGAN.K Says :
Friday, April 15, 2016
Dear Sir I Like import and export about MEIS and Duty draw back please explain to me
Sreekanth ( company) Says :
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
My name is Sreekanth. I am working in a Export company. I have some doubts to forward a file under MEIS Scheme We are doing Export business. Our product is live lobsters ( HS Code =03062200)Is our product is eligible for MEIS benefit. If eligible what are the procedure for applying for benefit ( what are the documents to be attached with the file) In EDI shipping bill the intent is " we intent to claim all the permissible benefit under Chapter 3 of FTP". We also request to clarify the if we want to upload the attachments digitally or file it manually.
Inderpal Lakra Says :
Sunday, April 24, 2016
I mean a merchant exporter.
NITIN SHETH Says :
Sunday, April 24, 2016
My Name is Nitin Sheth, i am Merchant Exporter and i have some questions. If i am doing Third Party Export, Means puchase from china and Ship to any other country Except india. So which kind of Documentation i have to submit into bank. Is it compalsary that i inform to bank that it is merchant Export and I have to hold USD or USD fund into account until for payment again purchase.
R.Varatharaj Says :
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
sir I am a merchant exporter please send me the duty drawbacks for fresh potatoes hs code is 07019000
manoj negi Says :
Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Sir,I am a manufacturer of export RMG goods and availing DBK benefits under scheme 19.can we too avail the benefit of MEIS?
ANUSHA.K Says :
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Sir,I am a manufacturer of export PP WOVEN BAGS to kuwait and availing DBK benefits under scheme 19.can we too avail the benefit of MEIS?
keval Says :
Monday, June 13, 2016
sir, In merchantexport after the shipment we have to send PROOF OF EXPORT to our buyers . Sir does BRC copy has to be send along with BILL OF LADING ,EP COPY ARE-1 COPIES .? And if Yes sirdo share us the reason because BRC Is afterall my sales value and in the copy nowhere the buyers name is mention.
subramanya swamy P Says :
Saturday, July 09, 2016
Dear sir, Our unit 100% EOU is this comes MEIS under, please informed Thanking you PSS
Amin Says :
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Sir how can I apply to get benefit of MEIS and what documents required to submit for the MEIS benifi I m exporter of carpets
Manoj Verma Says :
Saturday, July 30, 2016
We got Landing certificate for MEIS benefit. The freight forwarder has charged S.Tax on bill for certificate,can we take credit the service tax?
VINOD Says :
Saturday, July 30, 2016
sir, we have a s.b after 1.6.15 in which by mistake mumbai customs does not mentioned 'declaration of intent' reward scheme N instead of Y. The DGFT has stoped the file for claim MEIS benefit. Please guide how we can correct or amend the s.b from mumbai customs or any another method to claim benefit of MEIS our huge amount involved in s.b
GMR AO Says :
Monday, August 01, 2016
We are intending to export COPPER SLAG TO kuwait IN BULK QUANTITY UNDER HS CODE 26219000. I Want to know whether i can avail the export benefit under this MEIS. If so what is the procedure? Secondly under which Promotion Council I have reigister my company for availing this benefit. I shall be grateful, if somebody guide me properly.
Lakra Says :
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Could you help me to know the list of ineligible SECTORS of MEIS.
Tapas Karmakar Says :
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
We have export Electronic Sencor used for automation to Singapore UNDER HS CODE 90330000 and same has been Imported from Germany. I Want to know whether i can avail the export benefit under this MEIS. If so what is the procedure? Secondly under which Promotion Council I have register my company for availing this benefit. Please guide me properly, Thanks
sheeja Says :
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
sir, we have a s.b after 1.09.15 in which by mistake ahmedabad customs does not mentioned 'declaration of intent' reward scheme N instead of Y. The DGFT has stoped the file for claim MEIS benefit. Please guide how we can claim benefit of MEIS our huge amount involved in s.b
G.VITHAL Says :
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Notification 10/2015 - S Tax states ' the holder of a scrip to whom services are provided, present the scrip along with the invoice under rue 4A' MEIS scrip can be utilized by a Service provider - by charging in the invoice and utilizing the scrip without actually paying service tax. As recipient of service the bill of service provider has to be paid inclusive of service tax. Kindly advise
sushma gamare Says :
Thursday, September 08, 2016
we were not aware about meis reward, but we have been claiming drawback we intend to claim this reward under MEIS scheme. Please guide 1. procedure required to put up the claim or any prior registration is required or what? with whom 2. After the announcement the scheme and till to day we had not claim reward under MEIS can we follow, Please suggest the procedure to claim reward under MEIS for this period.
Deepak Tiwari Says :
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Dear Sir, We are (Two Star) manufacturer cum exporter of Cotton Yarn and we are getting 3% Duty Drawback on FOB Value. We are procuring Capital Goods/Spare Parts for Machinery under EPCG O% scheme.... Could you please suggest us What are the other Export Incentives and benefits available for us ?
Aniket Chandane Says :
Monday, September 26, 2016
Hello sir, as per above blog the duty scrip is transferable but as per exim policy transfer of export performance is not permissible could you please help me understand above. also please help me knowing the difference between both.
venkatesh narayan Says :
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
we have exported instant coffee from ICD HYDERABAD CUSTOM. IN THE SHIPPING BILLS THE SCHEME NAME MENTIONED EXPORT ORIENTED UNIT.WE WANT TO CLAIM MEIS BENEFIT.WE ARE THE MECHANT EXPORTER. WE HAVE EXPORTED INSTANT COFFEE. WHERE WE HAVE SUBMIT THE DOCUMENTS TO CLIAM OUR MEIS BENEFITS. PL ADVICE.
Yogesh Brahmbhatt Says :
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
what is dgh certificate (Director general of hydrocarbon)why it is necesary when claim for dbk under deemed export pls advise.
Muthukumaran Says :
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
We are facing the following difficulties while making the MEIS Claim for our exports made from kandla SEZ unit. At present, we are moving the goods from Kandla Gandhidam SEZ unit & filing the Shipping Bill (SB) at the Kandla Port itself (which is Non EDI Port and hence the Shipping Bill is Non EDI Bill) and exporting goods through the Mundra Port ( Which is EDI port). Due to this practise we could not enter the Mundra Port as port of export in the Shipping Bill Repository as Mundra is EDI Port where as Kandla is non EDI port i.e the Shipping Bill are pertains to non EDI port and exports happens at EDI port (if enter the Mundra as port of export in the Shipping Bill repository, then it shows the error that “with effect from 01.04.2015 No manual Shipping Bill are allowed to be entered in the Shipping Bill repository for the EDI port”). Further, if we select the Kandla as a port of export, then we are required to attach at least one Shipping Bill for the Port of export here the same is Mundra for which we don’t have any Shipping Bill.
SKSHAH Says :
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
I am working in battery field and i want to know this scheme is applicable for this industry and if yes,please write on my mail id with their nosof notification . Please also tell what will be procedure of this scheme?
dhasarathan Says :
Tuesday, November 01, 2016
we have manufacture in human hair product. this is 100% EOU unit, we have purchase steel racks that vendor add duty also we paid full amount. How to claim the that duty amount please tell me.
sandep khandelwal Says :
Thursday, November 03, 2016
Is a merchant exporter who is getting benefits of duty drawback eligible for rewards from MEIS? can one avail both duty drawback and MEIS rewards together for exporting goods?
Kamlesh Yadav Says :
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Pls guide me if our company has obtained a certificate of Amendment through customs under post EDI S/Bill and it will be seen in online window of DGFT? How can we claim those S/bills in MEIS ?
Hemang Says :
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Dear Sir, Pl. let me know that How much Income Tax on MEIS Claim??? or it is exempted from IT??? Regards, Hemang
Thomas Geevarghese Says :
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
We have made three applications under MEIS for submitting to DGFT 3 months back and the applications couldn't submit in time. After approx. 2 months later, while submitting the same to DGFT we find that all the Shipping Bills attached with the applications are disappeared. Now we are unable to attach same with application again, as we are getting message "the shipping bills are already attached with ....". Can anybody tell how to attach the Shipping Bills again with the application.
Pillai Says :
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Sir Pls advise us for availing MEIS, the country of India origin label is must in the garments ?
RAJASEKHARAN M Says :
Friday, January 13, 2017
Sir We have exported in 2014-15 from our newly started unit in SEZ, whether we have eligible for FPS/MEIS Incentives for these period, if yes where we to apply? pls. confirm us.
Dhruvil Sakhiya Says :
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
I Have export setup for new in agro commodity how to apply MEIs
salih Says :
Thursday, March 16, 2017
siR, I WANT TO CLEAR ME WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF EXPORTS FROM MERCHANDISE EXPORT FROM INDIA SHCEME
Shital Shende Says :
Saturday, April 08, 2017
Dear Sir, I need your guidance for applying to MEIS scheme. I have three shipping bills of total FOB value INR 1,19,74,226 / in which i have mentioned "NO" reward scheme ,, please help me out with the procedure for this shipping bills, so that I can avail the benefit of MEIS. Please help me sir. Is there any chances of it.
Mohan Shetty Says :
Saturday, April 08, 2017
As individual (mech engineer) had more than 25 yrs of industrial exp in minerals and metals , i do have core interest to start professional way of exporting SPICIES on international specification expected by the prominent buyer with commited pricing which may have limited profit for exporter with long term opportunity How shall i start with ,looking for your suggetion
atul Says :
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
what is the procedure to apply for the issuance of duplicate Duty credit scrip under FPS? What are the charges/ penalty? Plz answer.
 

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