GST state code is required by the taxpayer while registering for GST. And also while entering GST invoice details in GST returns online. In this blog, we have listed the states and their respective state’s code.

A single indirect tax, GST was introduced to provide the entire country a unified tax regime. Upon obtaining a new GST registration, a business will receive a 15-digit GSTIN number. The number would be required while registering for GST and during GST returns.

The first two digits of the GSTIN number are the GST state code which represents the state. Every state has a different GST state code.

What is the Format of GSTIN?

GST state code list

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The Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN number) is 15-digit long consisting of 2 GST state code, 10-digit PAN number, 1-digit registration number, and a 2-digit check digit.

Now let’s take a look at the GST state code list.

Sr. No.



1. Jammu and Kashmir GST State Code 01
2. Himachal Pradesh GST State Code 02
3. Punjab GST State Code 03
4. Chandigarh GST State Code 04
5. Uttarakhand GST State Code 05
6. Haryana GST State Code 06
7. Delhi GST State Code 07
8. Rajasthan GST State Code 08
9. Uttar Pradesh GST State Code 09
10. Bihar GST State Code 10
11. Sikkim GST State Code 11
12. Arunachal Pradesh GST State Code 12
13. Nagaland GST State Code 13
14. Manipur GST State Code 14
15. Mizoram GST State Code 15
16. Tripura GST State Code 16
17. Meghalaya GST State Code 17
18. Assam GST State Code 18
19. West Bengal GST State Code 19
20. Jharkhand GST State Code 20
21. Odisha GST State Code 21
22. Chattisgarh GST State Code 22
23. Madhya Pradesh GST State Code 23
24. Gujarat GST State Code 24
25. Daman and Diu GST State Code 25
26. Dadra and Nagar Haveli GST State Code 26
27. Maharashtra GST State Code 27
28. Andhra Pradesh GST State Code 28
29. Karnataka GST State Code 29
30. Goa GST State Code 30
31. Lakshadweep GST State Code 31
32. Kerala GST State Code 32
33. Tamil Nadu GST State Code 33
34. Puducherry GST State Code 34
35. Andaman and Nicobar Islands GST State Code 35
36. Telangana GST State Code 36
37. Andhra Pradesh GST State Code 37
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find my GST state code?

The first two digits of a GSTIN represent the state code. The GST state code list is used by a taxpayer while registering for GST and entering invoice details in GST Returns.

What is the last digit of the GST number?

In a GST registration number, the first two digits represent the State Code. The following next 10 digits represent the PAN of the applicant. In addition, one digit represents entity code, one digit is left blank and the last digit is a check digit.

How GST No looks like?

Each taxpayer is assigned with a state-wise PAN-based 15-digit Goods and Services Taxpayer Identification Number (GSTIN) at the time of GST registration.

Is GST and PAN number the same?

Goods & Service Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) is a state-specific unique number based on PAN. GSTIN is a 15 digits registration number consisting of state code, PAN, entity code, and the check digit.

How do I calculate GST?

The formula for GST calculation:

Add GST: GST Amount = (Original Cost x GST%)/100. Net Price = Original Cost + GST Amount.

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