Government of India
Ministry of Commerce & Industry
Department of Commerce
Directorate General of Foreign Trade
Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi-110 011
Public Notice No.06/2015-20
New Delhi Dated 16th April 2015
Subject: Restoration of the facility of acceptance of Demand Draft towards application fee/ penalty/ any other fee.
In exercise of powers conferred under paragraph 2.04 of the Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020, the Director General of Foreign Trade hereby revises the mode of deposit of application fees by amending Appendix 2K (Scale of Application Fee and Format for Deposit/Refund of Application Fee/Penalty etc.) of Appendices and Aayaat Niryat Forms, 2015-20.
2. Accordingly, para 2 in Appendix 2K after amendment would read as under: “2. Mode of Deposit of Application Fee/Penalty/Any Other Fee
The application fee/ penalty/ any other fee shall be deposited in the following manner:-
(1) By Demand Draft, in favour of the Head of the concerned Regional office of DGFT, or by depositing cash or cheque for Treasury Receipt Challan (TR) in an authorized Branch of Central Bank of India indicating the “Head of Accounts 1453 -Foreign Trade and Export Promotion- Minor Head 102-Import License Application Fee”. The Bank Receipt must show the name of the Department viz. “Directorate General of Foreign Trade”. The Bank Receipt should be drawn in favour of Pay & Accounts Officer (Foreign Trade), indicating the station of the Pay & Accounts Officer concerned. Such fees can also be deposited with Indian Missions abroad. As a proof of payment of Fee, the applicant shall submit along with the Application two copies of Bank Receipt as per Annexure.”
3. Effect of Public Notice – The facility of payment of application fee/ penalty/ any other fee through demand draft is being restored by suitably amending the Appendix 2K of Appendices and Aayaat Niryat Forms, 2015-20.
Director General of Foreign Trade
[Issued from F.No.01/93/180/02/AM 16/PC-2(B)]
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