From March 1, there will be significant changes in the banking, health and education sectors in the country. These changes are going to have an impact on the lives of ordinary people as well.
Some important changes are going to be implemented in the country from March 1. They are directly related to the common people. These changes are related to banking, health and education sectors. Let us know what will change from March 1.
Banking sector change
IFSC codes of Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank will not work from 1 March 2021. From March 1, customers will have to use the new IFSC code. Bank of Baroda has already informed customers about this.
Explain that Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank merged into Bank of Baroda. This merger took effect from 1 April 2019. After this merger, customers of these two banks have become customers of Bank of Baroda. Bank of Baroda has said that check book with new MICR code can be obtained by 31 March 2021.
Time limit for giving information under ‘Dispute to Confidence’ scheme extended
The Income Tax Department on Friday extended the deadline for giving details under the Direct Tax Dispute Resolution Scheme ‘Dispute to Confidence’ till 31 March and the time for payment till 30 April.
The Income Tax Department wrote on Twitter, “The CBDT has extended the deadline for the declaration under the trust law by dispute to March 31, 2020. The deadline for payment of no additional amount has been increased to 30 April 2021. “Let us declare that the deadline for declaration under this scheme was 28 February while the deadline for payment of disputed tax amount was 31 March.”
The elderly and sick will get the corona vaccine
Important rules in the health sector are going to be implemented from March 1. Elderly people over 60 years of age and those above 45 years of age suffering from serious diseases will start getting Kovid vaccine from March 1. It will be free in government hospitals. At the same time, private hospitals will have to pay for it.
Primary schools will open
Schools will open in three states of the country from March 1. All primary schools (class 1 to 5) in UP and Bihar will open from March 1. At the same time, the Haryana government has decided to start regular classes for grades 1 and 2 from March 1. Schools have already been opened for students of classes 3 to 5 in Haryana.
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