Emblem of Central Excise

Address: Post Box No. 81, Civil Lines, Telengkhedi Road, Nagpur-440001(Maharashtra)
Phone No.: (0712) 2560892, 2560283, 2564292, 2560725, 2564926
Fax No.: (0712) 2565068, 2560152





About Us

Army Guards the Land Frontiers,
Navy the Sea Frontiers,
Air Force protects the Air Frontiers,
Excise/Customs the Economic Frontiers.

         We are an enforcement agency working under the aegis of Central Board of Excise and Customs, Ministry of Finance Government of India. The Customs, Central Excise & Service Tax Commissionerate, Nagpur is the department responsible for collecting the indirect taxes over entire Vidarbha region of Maharashtra State (India).

         In Nagpur there is a office of Chief Commissioner, Customs, Central Excise & Service Tax, Nagpur Zone, Nagpur and is located at P.B. No. 81, Civil Lines, Telangkhedi Road, Nagpur - 440001. The Nagpur Zone is headed by Chief Commissioner comprising of three Central Excise and Service Tax Commissionerate namely Nagpur, Nasik and Aurangabad.

         In Nagpur there is a office of Commissioner, Customs, Central Excise & Service Tax, Nagpur as well as office of Commissioner (Appeals), Customs, Central Excise & Service Tax, Nagpur.

         The Commissionerate is headed by a Commissioner who is ssisted by Additional Commissioner (P & E), Additional Commissioner (Service Tax & Preventive)  and Joint Commissioner (Preventive / Audit / Systems) and 1 Deputy Commissioner, 5 Assistant Commissioner, 40 Superintendents and 200 Inspectors, who comprise the executive cadre of the Department. There are ministerial Cadre comprising of 45 STAs, 90 TAs and Group D Cadre comprising of total strength of 30 staff.

         The Nagpur Commissionerate was carved out of the erstwhile Bombay Commissionerate with effect from 10.10.1952, having jurisdiction over the then Central Provinces and Berar Regions. At that time, the present Vidarbha region used to be part of the former Central Provinces & Berar. The Headquarters of the new Commissionerate was located at Nagpur.

         It is interesting to note that before creation of the new Commissionerate, the Central Excise work of the entire region was under the charge of Assistant Commissioner having Divisional Headquarters Office at Betul. The then Commissionerate at that time was having jurisdiction over the entire area presently comprising of States of Maharashtra, Gujrat, and Madhya Pradesh. Even after re-organisation of States and the creation of tates of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra the jurisdiction of Nagpur Commissionerate continued to comprise of Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and entire Madhya Pradesh.

         The jurisdiction set-up of this Commissionerate which used to comprise of Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha region was re-organised with the creation of a separate Commissionerate for Madhya Pradesh having its headquarters at Indore with effect from 01.04.1977. and the jurisdiction of Nagpur Commissionerate was restricted to Vidarbha region only comprising of districts of Nagpur, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Akola, Buldhana, Amravati, Yawatmal, Wardha, Khamgaon and Gondia.

         The Headquarters of the Commissionerate is located at P.B. No. 81, Civil Lines, Telangkhedi Road, Nagpur - 440001.

Nagpur Commissionerate (Central Excise & Service Tax) comprises of five divisions namely

    Division - I, Nagpur - Headquarters at Nagpur

    Division - II, Nagpur - Headquarters at Nagpur

    Division - Amravati - Headquarters at Amravati

    Division - Chandrapur - Headquarters at Chandrapur

    Division - Bhandara - Headquarters at Bhandara

Nagpur Commissionerate has Inland Container Depot namely ICD, Nagpur which situated at ICD, Ajni, Nagpur

Nagpur Commissionerate has Special Economic Zones (SEZ) namely MIHAN, Wardha Power Project, MIDC (Nandgoan Peth Amravati)

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Central Excise is for Nation's Wealth



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