People, take note! From driving licence to Aadhaar card update, here are new changes taking effect starting June 1

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Published May 29, 2024 at 5:04pm

    Significant changes will come into effect, impacting various aspects of daily life

    These include changes in DL, Aadhaar cards

    Bank holidays will also be affected

As June 1 approaches, significant changes will come into effect, impacting various aspects of daily life. These changes include new regulations for driving licenses, updates to Aadhaar cards, adjustments in LPG cylinder prices, and bank holidays.

Also Read: Karnataka government to modify Akrama Sakrama rules to benefit land ownership of farmers

New Driving License Rules

Starting June 1, 2024, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways will implement new regulations allowing individuals to take driving tests at authorized private driving training centres instead of government RTOs. These centres will now have the authority to conduct tests and issue certifications for license eligibility. Additionally, efforts to reduce pollution will see the phasing out of approximately 900,000 old government vehicles and stricter car emission regulations. The fine for speeding remains between ₹1,000 and ₹2,000, but minors caught driving will face a hefty fine of ₹25,000. Moreover, the vehicle owner’s registration card will be cancelled, and the minor will be barred from obtaining a license until the age of 25.

Aadhaar Card Update

Those looking to update their Aadhaar cards can do so online until June 14 at no cost. However, offline updates will incur a fee of ₹50 per update.

LPG Cylinder Price Adjustment

Oil companies will adjust LPG cylinder prices on June 1, as they do every month. In May, commercial cylinder prices were reduced, and it is anticipated that further reductions may occur in June. Additionally, petrol and diesel prices are expected to change on June 1.

Bank Holidays in June

According to the Reserve Bank of India’s list, banks will be closed for 10 days in June, including Sundays and the second and fourth Saturdays. Other holidays in June include Raja Sankranti and Eid-ul-Adha. It is advisable to check the holiday schedule before planning any bank visits.

These upcoming changes highlight the importance of staying informed to manage daily activities efficiently.

People, take note! From driving licence to Aadhaar card update, here are new changes taking effect starting June 1

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    Significant changes will come into effect, impacting various aspects of daily life

    These include changes in DL, Aadhaar cards

    Bank holidays will also be affected

As June 1 approaches, significant changes will come into effect, impacting various aspects of daily life. These changes include new regulations for driving licenses, updates to Aadhaar cards, adjustments in LPG cylinder prices, and bank holidays.

Also Read: Karnataka government to modify Akrama Sakrama rules to benefit land ownership of farmers

New Driving License Rules

Starting June 1, 2024, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways will implement new regulations allowing individuals to take driving tests at authorized private driving training centres instead of government RTOs. These centres will now have the authority to conduct tests and issue certifications for license eligibility. Additionally, efforts to reduce pollution will see the phasing out of approximately 900,000 old government vehicles and stricter car emission regulations. The fine for speeding remains between ₹1,000 and ₹2,000, but minors caught driving will face a hefty fine of ₹25,000. Moreover, the vehicle owner’s registration card will be cancelled, and the minor will be barred from obtaining a license until the age of 25.

Aadhaar Card Update

Those looking to update their Aadhaar cards can do so online until June 14 at no cost. However, offline updates will incur a fee of ₹50 per update.

LPG Cylinder Price Adjustment

Oil companies will adjust LPG cylinder prices on June 1, as they do every month. In May, commercial cylinder prices were reduced, and it is anticipated that further reductions may occur in June. Additionally, petrol and diesel prices are expected to change on June 1.

Bank Holidays in June

According to the Reserve Bank of India’s list, banks will be closed for 10 days in June, including Sundays and the second and fourth Saturdays. Other holidays in June include Raja Sankranti and Eid-ul-Adha. It is advisable to check the holiday schedule before planning any bank visits.

These upcoming changes highlight the importance of staying informed to manage daily activities efficiently.

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