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What does ECC mean?
Excise Control Code (ECC) is a tax number assigned in India by the Department of Revenue to all the Central Excise Assesses. ECC number is a PAN-based 15 digit alphanumeric number. ECC is used for revenue accounting, validation of documents, and inter-agency coordination.
Format of ECC Number:
ECC Number = PAN + Category code + Numeric code
PAN (10 digit alpha numeric): Permanent Account Number
Category code (2 character alpha code): XM - Central Excise Manufacturer, XD - Registered Dealer
Numeric code (3 digit numeric): A three digit number depending on the number of registered factory/premise/warehouse.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of ECC in Tax Management (India)?
The full form of ECC is Excise Control Code