28th May, 2021
There are going to be some new changes from June 1. Among these, the way of banking, LPG Cylinder rate, and many other things will change. For example, if you are a customer of Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank, or Syndicate Bank, from June 1, you will see significant changes in banking. Not only this, the IFSC code of some banks will also be changed.
1; Bank of Baroda Customers
If there are customers of Bank of Baroda (BoB), from June 1, the bank is going to change the rules of check payment. Actually the bank is starting the Positive Pay Check service. This will reduce the check froad. If a customer issues a check of Rs 2 lakh or more, then the customer will have to share the details with the bank. After that the bank will do a cross check on him. The bank will immediately hold the payment when the check road is exposed.
2; LPG Cylinder rates
LPG cylinder prices are subject to change from June 1. Oil companies review LPG rates on the 1st and 15th. At present, the price of 14.2 kg LPG cylinder in Delhi is Rs 809. Along with 14.2 kg cylinders, the price of 19 kg LPG cylinders can also be changed.
3; DL will be formed in UP
Due to the Corona epidemic, services related to driving licenses are completely closed in RTO in Uttar Pradesh. Now the process of making DL in many districts is going to start again from May 31. However, the Learning Driving License will not be made until June 30. Book appointment slots have been canceled until 30 June.
4; ITR's new website
The Income Tax Department will launch the new website of ITR from June 7. From 1 to 6 June, the current website will not have ITR related work. The old website www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in has to go to the new portal www.incometaxgov.in. According to the department, the e-filing service will not work from June 1 to 6.
5; Gold Jewelery Hallmarking
Gold Jewelery Hallmarking will no longer be effective from June 1. It has been deferred till June 15 on the demand of jewelers. The government has also constituted a committee, which will be chaired by Pramod Tiwari, director-general of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). This committee will resolve the problems in implementing the Gold Jewelery Hallmarking Rules. After this, it will be implemented nationwide from June 15.