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GEM Registration

GEM Registration.

GeM portal (Government e-Marketplace) is an online portal launched by the government through which Government–issues tenders for various day-to-day needs of different government organizations, public sector undertaking (PSU), and other departments. The main objective of this GEM portal is to enhance transparency, efficiency speed in public procurement/Purchased of goods as well as employment. After registration of this portal, the seller, as well as a buyer, can buy or sell their products to the government organizations, public sector undertaking (PSU), and other departments.

Following are the benefit of Gems Registration.

  1. Requirement exemptions: Some exemptions are given to the startups that are exempted from tough principles of selection in Gem Portal such as the requirement of previous experience, prior turnover, etc.
  2. Pilot projects: Seller has a chance to work on trial orders from the Gem portal with the government, making them more likely to take chances on a new product sell on the gem portal.
  3. Feedback device: Buyers can provide ratings for the listed product or services available on the Gems portal.
  4. Flexibility: It provides flexibility on the choice of products that must be innovative for publishing on the platform.

Following are the disadvantages of Gem.

 

Product quality: The standard of items uploaded on the Gem portal is not defined which leads to poor quality of the material.

Delivery issues: A lot of official departments are getting material delivery issues in interstate delivery.

Communication problems: Staff is getting issues in relation to collecting quotations from different local vendors.

Buyer Registration

Any central government departments, state government departments, public sector undertakings, and autonomous bodies, and other government department can be registered as buyers in the Gem portal and can be purchased via the portal.

Documents

  1. Letter of authorization from the department.
  2. Copy of PAN & Address proof the Entity.
  3. PAN& Aadhar card of the authorized person.
  4. Working Email ID & Mobile No

Seller Registration

Any seller, who wants or supplies goods and provides services to the Government department, can register their entity on the Gem web portal.

Documents required

  1. Copy of PAN & Address proof the Entity.
  2. PAN& Aadhar card of an authorized person.
  3. Working Email ID & Mobile No.

 

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All about GEM

GEM Registration.

GeM portal (Government e-Marketplace) is an online portal launched by the government through which Government–issues tenders for various day-to-day needs of different government organizations, public sector undertaking (PSU), and other departments. The main objective of this GEM portal is to enhance transparency, efficiency speed in public procurement/Purchased of goods as well as employment. After registration of this portal, the seller, as well as a buyer, can buy or sell their products to the government organizations, public sector undertaking (PSU), and other departments.

 

Following are the benefit of Gems Registration.

  1. Requirement exemptions: Some exemptions are given to the startups that are exempted from tough principles of selection in Gem Portal such as the requirement of previous experience, prior turnover, etc.
  2. Pilot projects: Seller has a chance to work on trial orders from the Gem portal with the government, making them more likely to take chances on a new product sell on the gem portal.
  3. Feedback device: Buyers can provide ratings for the listed product or services available on the Gems portal.
  4. Flexibility: It provides flexibility on the choice of products that must be innovative for publishing on the platform.

 

Following are the disadvantages of Gem.

 

Product quality: The standard of items uploaded on the Gem portal is not defined which leads to poor quality of the material.

Delivery issues: A lot of official departments are getting material delivery issues in interstate delivery.

Communication problems: Staff is getting issues in relation to collecting quotations from different local vendors.

 

Buyer Registration

Any central government departments, state government departments, public sector undertakings, and autonomous bodies, and other government department can be registered as buyers in the Gem portal and can be purchased via the portal.

Documents

  1. Letter of authorization from the department.
  2. Copy of PAN & Address proof the Entity.
  3. PAN& Aadhar card of the authorized person.
  4. Working Email ID & Mobile No

Seller Registration

Any seller, who wants or supplies goods and provides services to the Government department, can register their entity on the Gem web portal.

Documents required

  1. Copy of PAN & Address proof the Entity.
  2. PAN& Aadhar card of an authorized person.
  3. Working Email ID & Mobile No.

 

Basic

INR 1,500/-

One Time Fee

  • GEM Registration
  • GST  Registration
  • Bank A/c.

Service Provide Within 7 Days

Standard

INR 12,499/-

One Time Fee

  • GEM Registration
  • GST Registration
  • Shop & Establishment Registration
  • MSME Registration
  • Trade Mark Registration
  • Logo Design
  • Opening Bank A/c.

Service Provide Within 15 Days

Premium

INR 19,999/-

Yearly Fee

  • GEM Registration
  • GEM product listing, with Gem Invoice Generation upto 100 monthly
  • GST Compliances
  • Income Tax Return

Services Provided Before the Due Date

Frequently Asked Questions

The prerequisites for primary user registration are:
1. Copy of the Aadhaar card of the user.
2. Mobile number linked with aadhar card.
3. Working Email ids.

Yes, Aadhaar is mandatory for primary user registration for buyers or sellers. Note: this is used only for verification purpose

The key tasks of a primary user are:

• Registration on the portal
• Filling entity details on the portal
• Creation/modifications of secondary users
• Monitoring of orders placed on the gem portal.
• Administration of GeM procurements.
• In case the primary user gets transferred or retires from the organization, he/she needs to transfer the primary user account

You must have a NIC registered email id to register, upon entering the NIC registered email id like gov. in/nic.in, etc. during registration, the email will be verified by NIC. On successful validation by NIC, the user will get an email message with a one-time password for continuing with the registration process.

No, Once created always permanent, a primary user cannot change his/her user ID once it is created. It is advisable that the user ID is carefully created as per the designation or department

Verifying authority is a person who verifies the details of the primary user. An officer of the same rank /one rank lower/one rank higher can register as a verifying authority. He/she must have a NIC registered email ID.

Yes, Other roles can be assigned to the verifying authority, except the role of HoD.

The primary user needs to click on “Deactivate Account” button under “My Profile” option and enter the email ID of the new primary user. Upon confirming his/her own deactivation, the account gets transferred to the new primary user. The new primary user will receive activation link in his/her email ID, which can be used to login with the same user ID

New process to log in on the GeM portal is as follows:
1. Enter GeM user ID followed by the Captcha as displayed on the screen.
2. On a successful validation, the user is required to enter the password for the masked ‘NIC or the government registered’ email id associated with the GeM user id and submit.

If the payment mode is PFMS, the primary user needs to register DDO as the payment authority.