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Brief history of Gurgaon Commissionerates

In October, 1989 Central Excise Gurgaon Division was created under Delhi Commissionerate. A separate Central Excise Delhi-III Commissionerate was created in July, 1997 comprising all the districts of Haryana leaving Faridabad, which included the jurisdictions of the present Rohtak and Panchkula Commissionerates. On 25th October, 2002, the jurisdiction was re-organized and Delhi-III Commissionerate, Gurgaon was formed comprising the districts of Gurgaon, Rewari and Mahendragarh including Service Tax. In September, 2004 a separate Service Tax Commissionerate was created in Delhi which includes the present Service Tax Division, Gurgaon. Further, the Delhi – III commssionerate has been restructured and two commissionerate like Central Excise Gurgaon – I Commissionearte and Central Excise Gurgaon – II commissionerate have been created vide Notification No. 27/2014-Central Excise (N.T.) dated 16.09.2014. 

The jurisdiction of Gurgaon – I commissionerate as specified under the said Notification is “Gurgaon District excluding the area of Industrial Model Township (IMT) Manesar and the area on the rightside of Delhi-Jaipur Highway (NH-8) starting from village Lakhnola till Sector-95 HUDA alongwith green belt and towards west left side of Gurgaon-Pataudi Road upto Dharuhera (Rewari) and District of Mewat” and the jurisdiction of Gurgaon – II commissionerate has been specified as “In the Rewari District, Mahendergarh District and IMT Manesar and area on the right side of Delhi-Jaipur Highway (NH-8) starting from village Lakhnola till Sector-95 Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) alongwith green belt and towards west left side of Gurgaon-Pataudi Road upto Dharuhera (Rewari)”.

Housing almost all kinds of industries, automobiles, textiles, biotech, agro tech, MNCs, EOUs, STPs, SEZs etc., Gurgaon is a very promising Commisionerate with respect to the task of revenue mobilization for national exchequer. 

Both commissionerates are having a number of ICDs, which takes care of the imports and exports requirements of the manufacturing units based in the region. The expansion of this industrial hub is still in progress and hence its promising nature is very futuristic. Thus, both Commissionerates not only earn major revenue for the nation but also facilitates the industrial growth of the region.

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