Some significant changes will be actualized in the country from March 1. They are straight forwardly identified with the ordinary citizens. These progressions are identified with banking, wellbeing and schooling areas. What will change from March 1.
Banking sector change
IFSC codes of Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank won’t work from 1 March 2021. From March 1, clients should utilize the new IFSC code. Bank of Baroda has just educated clients about this.
Clarify that Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank converged into Bank of Baroda. This consolidation produced results from 1 April 2019. After this consolidation, clients of these two banks have become clients of Bank of Baroda. Bank of Baroda has said that check book with new MICR code can be gotten by 31 March 2021.
Time limit for giving data under ‘Question to Confidence’ conspire broadened
The Income Tax Department on Friday expanded the cutoff time for giving subtleties under the Direct Tax Dispute Resolution Scheme ‘Contest to Confidence’ till 31 March and the ideal opportunity for installment till 30 April.
The Income Tax Department composed on Twitter, “The CBDT has expanded the cutoff time for the revelation under the trust law by contest to March 31, 2020. The cutoff time for installment of no extra sum has been expanded to 30 April 2021. “Allow us to pronounce that the cutoff time for announcement under this plan was 28 February while the cutoff time for installment of contested duty sum was 31 March.”
The elderly and sick will get the corona vaccine
Significant guidelines in the wellbeing area will be executed from March 1. Old individuals more than 60 years old and those over 45 years old experiencing genuine illnesses will begin getting Kovid antibody from March 1. It will be free in government clinics. Simultaneously, private emergency clinics should pay for it.
Primary schools will open
Schools will open in three conditions of the country from March 1. Every single grade school (class 1 to 5) in UP and Bihar will open from March 1. Simultaneously, the Haryana government has chosen to begin standard classes for grades 1 and 2 from March 1. Schools have just been opened for understudies of classes 3 to 5 in Haryana.