From 1 March 2021, many rules regarding your daily life are about to change. These include changing the price of LPG gas cylinders and banking transactions of Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank. Let’s learn about these rules.
On March 1, cylinder prices change
On the first day of each month, oil companies set the price of the cylinder. Cylinder prices vary from March 1. However, companies increased the price of cylinders twice in February. The 14.2 kg cylinder in Delhi is now priced at Rs 794.
The rules change for these banks
Government Bank of Baroda has warned its account holders. The central government has merged Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank with Bank of Baroda (BoB). Following the merger of these two banks, Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank customers are customers of Bank of Baroda. Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank’s IFSC code will change from March 1, so customers of both banks need to know their new IFSC code. If there is no IFSC code, they will not be able to work with the banking transaction.
The IFSC code is changed
The old IFSC codes will not work since March 1. In that case, if you still don’t know your old IFSC code, get information about it immediately. The bank said in a tweet that the customers of Bank of Baroda, now Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank customers, will take the new IFSC code.
If the bank is concerned about currency loans, compile these numbers