GST India

GST India : Goods and Service Tax is the new taxation system implemented starting from June 30 midnight. With this taxation implemented there will be massive impact to the citizens in the grounds of goods and services. To implement GST system, prestigious GST council finalized prices of 1211 goods. In this majority of the goods are in 18% slab only. After implementing GST these are the list of the goods falls into the category of increase and decrease in prices.

 Food and beverages

Decrease in prices 

1. Milk powder

2. Curd

3. Butter milk

4. Unbanned Honey

5. Butter

6. Junnu




7. Spices

8. Some brands of Tea powders

9. Wheat

10. Rice

11. Flour

12. Biscuits some brands

13. Groundnut oil

14. Palm oil

15. Sunflower oil

16. Coconut oil

17. Mustered oil

18. Sugar

19. Jaggery




20. Sugar sweets

21. Pasta

22. Spaghetti

23. Macaroni

24. Noodles

25. Fruits and vegetables

26. Pickles

27. Murabba

28. Pickles

29. Sweets

30. Ketchup

31. Sauces

32. Toppings and spreads

33. Instant food mixes

34. Mineral water

35. Ice

36. Baking powder

37. Raisins

38. Cashew

Daily needs prices going down

1. Soaps

2. Cocount oil

3. Detergent powder

4. Incense sticks

5. Tissue papers

6. Napkins

7. Matchstick boxes

8. Candles

9. Coal

10. Kerosene

11. House LPG

12. Spoons

13. Forks

14. Cooking utensils

15. Skimmer

16. Cake server

17. Fish knives

18. Pattakaru

19. Tooth paste

20. Tooth powder

21. Eye liner

22. LPG stove

23. Plastic Tarpaulin

 Stationary decrease in price

1. Note books

2. Pens

3. All sort of papers

4. Graph paper

5. School bag

6. Exercise book

7. Picture , drawing and colouring books

8. Skin paper

9. Carbon paper

10. Printers

 Healthcare reduce in prices

1. Insulin

2. Xray films use for medical needs

3. Diagnostic  kits

4. Spectacles

5. Cancer , diabetic medicines

 Cloths decrease in prices

1. Silk

2. Wool cloths

3. Kahdi cotton

4. Gandhi cap

5. Footwear with  prices less than 500INR

6. Cloths with prices less than 1000 INR

 Others reduced in prices

1. Electric diesel engines not exceeding 15 HP

2. Tractor back tires and tubes

3. Weighing machines

4. UPS

5. Electric transformers

6. Winding wires

7. Helmets

8. Crackers

9. Lubricants

10. Bikes

11. Cinema tickets below 100

12. Kites

13. Luxury cars

14. Motor cycles

15. Scooters

16. Economy class airtickets

17. Hotels with less than 7500rs tariff

18. Cement

19. Bricks

20. Fertilisers

 Goods increase in prices

Food and beverages increase in prices 

1. Panneer

2. Corn flakes

3. Coffee

4. Spices powder

5. Chacolates

6. Ghee

7. Biscuits some brands

8. Chewing gum

9. Ice cream

10. Tea some brands

 Electronics increasing in price

1. Air conditions

2. Fridges

3. Washing machines

4. Televisions

5. Smartphones

6. Laptops

7. Desktops

 Others increasing in price

1. Perfumes

2. Ayurvedic and other alternative medicines

3. Gold

4. Hotels with more than Rs7500 tariff

5. Fine dining restaurants

6. Restaurants in five star hotels

7. Cinema tickets price exceeds Rs100

8. Concerts

9. IPL matches

10. Cloths price more than Rs1000

11. Shampoos

12. Perfumes

13. AC first class train tickets

14. Business class flight tickets

15. Courier services

16. Mobile phone charges

17. Insurance premium

18. Bank charges

19. Brand band services

20. Credit card bills

21. Two wheelers exceeds 350 CC

22. Small and medium catogery cars

23. SUVs

24. Fishing nets

25. Yoga mats

26. Fitness equipments




27. Parade drinks

28. Cigarette

29. Tobacco

30. Alcoholic drinks

31. Luxury goods

 To summarise prices of all the daily needs goods and services came down and the prices of luxury goods and services gone up.

Going forward , central government announced July 01st as GST day. To help business and enterprise groups all CBEC centres are open even on Saturdays . On this matter CBEC special officer issued the orders.On the other side , paper information Bureau (PIB) launched new special GST website

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