Rajtax.gov.in e-GRAS: Government Receipts Accounting System Application , Revenue Department Rajasthan
e-GRAS is an online Government Receipts Accounting System. The departments which generate revenue for the Government are associated with eGRAS. To participate in e-GRAS, one has to click on new user creation and requires to fill up their credentials. Once the login ID is generated then one is authorised to use eGRAS for all types of challan submission. For one time transactions user can login by using user login from ‘guest’ and password ‘guest’.
For easy and rapid processing one must create ones required profile that would help the user to enter challan details at the blink of an eye. After submission of challan details, now website is transferred to selected bank website user can Use this site by using his internet facility. Bank will authenticate transaction and return to eGRAS port with transaction status.
One may take printout of challan in five copies in case of manual banking [with cheque/DD] and flow prevailing procedure.
Registered users have access to view history of transactions and also facility to take print of old transactions
GO TO https://egras.raj.nic.in/default.aspx
eGRAS Process for Revenue Department Rajasthan
I. For making any online payments / remittances, the remitter / payee may login into the GRAS website. He shall fill in the required details in order to prepare an e-Challan. A unique Identification No. i.e. Government Reference Number (GRN) shall be created for each and every transaction. He may have option to choose the mode of payment i.e. Electronic or Manual (Cash or Cheque or DD) to effect the payment.
II. When the Electronic mode of payment is selected by the payee / remitter, he shall be directed to choose the Bank from where he wants to effect the payment. Once the bank is selected, he shall be directed to the selected banks website. The remitter / payee
shall then login into the banks website using his Internet banking user ID and password. He shall then direct the payment to the e-Treasury, Government of Rajasthan account, which effects debit to his bank account and credit to the
Government of Rajasthan Account. Again a separate unique identification number i.e. Bank Challan Identification Number (Bank CIN) is created at the bank website.
III. The transaction shall affect debit to the remitter’s/payee’s bank account and credit to the Government Account opened with the Participating bank.
IV. The printable copy of the e-Challan shall be generated with both the unique ids i.e. (GRN and CIN) at the banks website confirming the payment from the remitter’s / payee’s Account.
V. The payee shall then be directed back to the GRAS website where his Challan shall be available to him with both the unique ids i.e. (GRN and CIN) once the payment is successful. The banks name, date of the transaction and bank CIN shall be instantly
updated on the GRAS website. The scroll number shall be updated on the successful remittance of receipts to the RBI and confirmation of the data updated by the Participating bank by the e-Treasury on regular intervals as specified in this
VI. Once the remitter / payee is directed and enters into the Participating banks website; the Participating bank shall be responsible for the transaction made by the payee from his bank account. The Participating bank shall be responsible to make good losses, if any, to its customers on account of transaction charges, double payments, wrong credits / debits etc. In case of any disruption in the Internet network in between the government of Rajasthan website and the Participating bank’s website, the bank shall make good, the data losses, if any; to the government on resuming the network connections.
VII. Participating bank shall not in any way dispute the payment having been made once a “successful” transaction message is updated from Participating bank’s server to the Government server.
VIII. The funds collected so, in the Government account shall be remitted to Government’s account with the Reserve Bank of India electronically or by RTGS as far as possible or as per the terms agreed upon mutually.
IX. Fund transfer:
a) The cut-off time for transactions in a day would be 8:00 PM. or as prescribed by
RBI time to time for reporting e-payments pertaining to that day to RBI,e-payment received after that time shall be accounted on the next working day for reporting purposes and that RBI calendar would be followed for reckoning holidays.
b) At every End of Day, Participating bank shall pool in all receipts of a particular day in the Government account.
c) Participating bank shall remit every end of day’s receipts preferably by RTGS/ or any other payment mechanism mode acceptable to the Reserve bank of India (RBI) into the Government account with the RBI. Participating bank shall at the
same time send an electronic Scroll in the format defined by the Government from time to time; and a hard copy of the same to the E-Treasury Officer
d)In case, the Participating Bank has to revert any transaction on their end; only the reversions on account of double debits to the payee’s account is permissible at the request of the payee; within the purview of the banking regulations in
force from time to time. Such reversions are only possible till the time; the receipts are remitted to the RBI Government account. Once the funds are remitted to the RBI; no reversal of transaction or any other adjustment entry to the effect shall be made at its end by the Participating Bank. The payee shall claim for the refunds as per the prevailing refund procedure of the State Government.
Source : https://egras.raj.nic.in/default.aspx