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The Central Excise and Service Tax Hyderabad-II Commissionerate was formed in the year 1997 having jurisdiction over the Hyderabad District of the erstwhile State of Andhra Pradesh for collection of Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax Revenue and for enforcement of the relevant Acts/Law. the Customs jurisdiction included Hyderabad Airport, Air Cargo Complex, ICD Sanathnagar, ICD Thimmapur, CFS Kukatpally, CFS APTPC, and BATCO, Muttangi. The Revenue collection of the commissionerate has grown considerably over the years. .


The CBEC has re-organised the various formations under it w.e.f 15.10.2014 and accordingly The Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax, Hyderabad-II Commissionerate is also reorganised. As per this re-organisation a separate Customs commissionerate and a new Service Tax commissionerate were carved out from this commissionerate and parts of Central Excise jurisdiction from Hyderabad-III and Hyderabad-IV Commissionerates were added to this commissionerate. The present Hyderabad-II Commissionerate now have Central Excise jurisdiction over the entire districts of Hyderabad, Mahaboobnagar and Kandukur, Maheswaram, Shamshabad and Rajendranagar Mandals of Ranga Reddy District of the state of Telangana. It has Service Tax jurisdiction over Entire Mahaboobnagar District and Rajendranagar, Shamshabad, Maheswaram, Kandukur Mandals of Rangareddy District of the state of Telangana.The Commissionerate jurisdiction was divided into five divisions-Hyderabad,Secunderabad,Shamshabad,Kothur,Thimmapur.


With the implementation of Goods and Services Tax Act,2017 effective from 1st July of 2017, The Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax, Hyderabad-II Commissionerate has been reorganised,restructered and renamed as Hyderabad GST Commissionerate.


For effective and efficient functioning of the organisation and to cater the needs of the ever developing Hyderabad with ease, the Hyderabad GST Commissionerate jurisdiction has been divided into the following eight divisions each headed by an Assistant/Deputy Commissioner:




3.Banjara Hills


5.Himayat Nagar


7.Begum Bazar


Maritime Commissioner : Apart from the above formations, this Commissionerate has a designated Dy/Asst Commissioner(Exports) as Maritime Commissioner to processe the rebate claims filed by the exporters under Rule 18 of Central Excise Rules, 2002 in respect of exports effected from the Ports under Customs jurisdiction. This is a trade facilitation measure and is in addition to the prevalent procedure of filing rebate claims with the jurisdictional Deputy/Assistant Commissioner of Central Excise, having jurisdiction over the factory from where the goods are cleared for exports.

The Hyderabad GST Commissionerate is headed by the Principal Commissioner, who is the Administrative and Executive head of the Commissionerate. The Principal Commissioner is assisted by Additional Commissioners/Joint Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners/Assistant Commissioner, Superintendents, Administrative Officers, Inspectors, Deputy Office Superintendents, Tax Assistants,UDCs, LDCs, Head Hawldars, Hawaldars, Sepoys etc in the order of hierarchy.

SEVOTTAM - This commissionerate has initiated process towards roll out of SEVOTTAM, a part of Central Government's initiative to improve quality of Public Service based as Indian Standard-IS1570012005 developed by the Bureau of Indian Standards