Regarding formulation of action plan to monitor cases where export obligation period and time prescribed for furnishing evidence of fulfilling of EO are over – Board’s Instruction No. 609/119/2010-DBK dated 18.01.2011

INSTRUCTION

F.No.609/156/2013-DBK – Dated: February 25, 2014

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA , MINISTRY OF FINANCE, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE , CENTRAL BOARD OF EXCISE & CUSTOMS , NEW DELHI

To

All Chief Commissioners of Customs/ Central Excise & Customs
All Commissioners of Customs/ Central Excise & Customs
All Directors General of CBEC/ CDR, CESTAT
Director General of Inspection (Customs & Central Excise)

Madam/ Sir,

Subject: – Formulation of action plan to monitor cases where export obligation period and time prescribed for furnishing evidence of fulfilling of EO are over – Board’s Instruction No. 609/119/2010-DBK dated 18.01.2011

Attention of field formations is drawn to para 7 (iii) and (iv) of Board’s Instruction No. 609/119/2010-DBK dated 18.01.2011 which require field formations to formulate action plan to monitor cases where export obligation period and time prescribed for furnishing evidence of fulfilling of EO are over, but the same is not furnished, and to take timely action to safeguard revenue in such cases. Field formations were also directed to periodically exchange information, including on such cases, with the RLA of DGFT though an institutional mechanism. Instances of delayed action in cases where export obligation period and time prescribed for furnishing evidence of fulfilling of EO are over, but the same is not furnished, have come to the notice of the Board.

2. Board has decided to strengthen the monitoring and make it uniform so that timely initiation of action to safeguard revenue can be invariably ensured as well as progress effectively tracked. Accordingly, the report already prescribed for Chief Commissioners vide DG (Inspection) D.O. No.1350/2/2008 dated 26.02.2008 shall hence forth be a monthly report in the template enclosed and it shall no longer be limited upto the year 2004-05 for Advance Authorizations/DFIAs or upto the year 2003-04 for EPCG Authorizations, but shall be upto the current period. The Zones shall ensure that the report reaches the office of DGI within 7 days of the close of the month. The DGI shall compile report All-India/Zone-Wise and make this available to Ministry within 15 days of the close of the month. The first report shall be as on the end of February, 2014. A copy of this first report due on 7.3.2014 should be endorsed by the Zone to this Division (dirdbk-rev@nic.in) as a onetime measure. Chief Commissioners & Commissioners are directed to use this report for detailed monitoring of these cases and ensure that timely action is taken.

Encl: as above

(Dinesh Kumar Gupta)
Director

REPORT FOR AA/DFIA (from year 1991-92) OR EPCG (from year 1994-95) [please strike out inapplicable portion]
AS ON END OF THE MONTH __________ YEAR ______

Zone:

Year of registration of license No. of Licenses Registered No. of cases where EO fulfilled No. of cases where time to produce evidence of EO fulfillment is not over [not including 3(B)] No. of cases where time to produce evidence of EO fulfillment is over [not including 3(B)] Status of Cases indicated in column 5 Status of Cases indicated in column 6(C)(ii)
No. of cases where action not yet initiated No. of cases where adjudication order passed in the Zone No. of cases where notice issued in the Zone (in terms of bond or undertaking) to importer, but not adjudicated No. of cases pending with RLA of DGFT No. of remaining cases
    During the Month Upto the Month       During the Month Upto the Month During the Month Upto the Month    
1 2 3(A) 3(B) 4 5 6(A) 6(B)(i) 6(B)(ii) 6(C)(i) 6(C)(ii) 7(A) 7(B)

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