"19th Meeting of GST Council under the Chairmanship of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will be held through Video Conferencing on July 17 in Delhi," the finance ministry said in a tweet.
After the last Council meet on June 30, it was decided that next meeting will happen on August 5.
But the date of the meeting, sources said, was advanced as the Council wanted to take stock of the situation post the rollout and get a nation-wide report.
The council, chaired by Mr Jaitley and having state finance ministers as members, has over the past 10 months ironed out various contentious issues and decided on a four-tier tax structure of 5, 12, 18 and 28 per cent.
Besides, Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia has held a marathon six-day 'GST Master Class' for businesses and traders explaining the rules of the new tax regime and answering their queries online.
The finance ministry had earlier said GST has been implemented "without any major problems being reported" from the field offices.
The ministry has also asked businesses to register themselves for the new indirect tax regime by logging on to the portal www.gst.gov.in latest by July 30.
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