Latest Updates on 2 Factor Authentication, Deregistration of Enrolment, and Common Enrollment in e-Waybill System
The National Informatics Centre has introduced new features in the e-Waybill system, including the option for transporters to de-register themselves and cancel common enrollment. Additionally, a two-factor authentication (2FA) system has been implemented to enhance login security. These updates aim to improve the functionality and user experience for enrolled transporters and common enrolled taxpayers.
National Informatics Centre
Latest Updates in e-Waybill system – Dated 29.05.2023
E-Waybill System is provisioned with following new features for the Enrolled Transporters, Common Enrolled Taxpayers.
1. De-registration for Transporters: The transporters registered in e-Waybill Portal using Enrolment (based on PAN) and no longer want to continue in e-waybill system can now de-enrol themselves in the e-Waybill System. Once de-enrolled, they will not be able to access the e-Waybill portal. So, any enrolled transporter willing to de-register in EWB system can make use of this facility.
Once de-registered, the Transporter Id cannot be used in e-Waybills. Also, the Part-B details cannot be updated for the de-registered Transporter Id.
2. Cancellation of Common Enrolment: Some of the taxpayers have done common enrolment but do not want to continue with common enrol Id for whatever reason. Such taxpayers can cancel the same. So, a facility to de-register from common enrolment is provisioned. Taxpayers can make use of this facility to de-register.
3. 2 Factor authentication: In order to secure the e-waybill login access, 2 Factor Authentication(2FA) is enabled and kept optional. However, after couple of weeks, 2FA will be made mandatory. The users operating e-waybill system from multiple locations and with single credential are advised to create sub-users immediately.