1 September 2020: From September 1, the rules of many services related to the common man are going to be changed. With this, new announcements can be made at the government level, while new matters are also starting in the matter of religion. The services that will change include mainly LPG, Home Loan, EMI, Airlines etc. LPG prices change on the first date of every month. This time the price is expected to decrease. Airline fares are also going to increase from the first date. At the same time, the period of moratorium on home loan, personal loan can be expired, due to which the customers may have to pay EMI. As far as Dharma Karma is concerned, Pitru Paksha is going to start from this day. The most important announcement can be of Unlock 4. With this, a necessary announcement can be made about the reopening of schools and colleges. Know how they will affect you
Unlock 4 Unlock 4 announced possible
The duration of Unlock 3 announced in the country is going to end on 31 August. Necessary services have been restored in the country during this period but public transport and undertakings are still closed. On the first date, a new guideline of Unlock 4 can be released by the Central Government, Ministry of Home Affairs. Night curfew has been relaxed in the three unlocked so far. Before Unlock 4, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can discuss with the Chief Ministers of the states. If unlock 4 is applied, then everyone’s eyes are on how it will look.
A decision can be taken on the opening of schools
The government may allow opening of all schools across the country from September. Schools across the country closed due to Corona infection may be in awe since September. At present, many work places have been allowed to open, then schools can also be started with safety guidelines. Accountability of schools should also be fixed regarding this so that no one can violate the safety guidelines. NCERT has prepared this safety guideline for schools. It included suggestions on keeping the distance between children two yards, applying masks, keeping hands clean with soap, sanitizing the class every day, not organizing assemblies, making children aware of not eating anything without washing hands, etc. Huh.
LPG cylinder prices may decrease
Petroleum companies revise domestic and commercial gas prices on the first day of the month. LPG was cheaper earlier this year. This sequence continued for two months even after the lockdown but after that the prices of gas started increasing from June. Last time in August, though gas prices were reduced in metros, but for two months, customers are not getting gas subsidy, due to which they are upset. It is expected that gas prices will come down from September.
EMI burden may fall on pocket, moratorium will end
EMI repaying customers face a setback as the Kovid-19 crisis, which had stopped the EMI of loan customers in March this year, ends on 31 August. The decision is expected next week by the State Bank of India (SBI) and Punjab National Bank (PNB). The situation is not clear in the banking sector to take it forward. The pattern of how to continue with retail loans (loans taken under term loan schemes like home, auto, personal loans) is not clear.
JEE Mains, NEET exams will be
Entry papers have been released for the JEE Mains exams to be held from September 1 to 6. JEE Mains and NEET will be held on scheduled dates in September. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued guidelines for these exams taking place in the Corona period. Wearing masks and gloves has been made mandatory for candidates. Those who will not have it have also been asked to make it available at the center. More than 99 per cent students have been given centers in the cities of first choice for NEET examination to be held on 13 September. The NTA guidelines ask all centers to sanitize before the examination and after the examination. About 6.49 lakh applicants have also downloaded it. Around 8.58 lakh students have applied for the JEE Mains exam.
Flight fares will be expensive
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has decided to levy higher aviation safety fees (ASF) from domestic and international passengers from 1 September. For domestic passengers, the ASF will be increased to Rs 160 from Rs 150 starting next month and international travelers will pay US $ 5.2 as an ASF from 1 September to US $ 5.2. Airlines charge ASF at the time of booking of tickets by passengers and then pay it to the government. The ASF is used for security arrangements at airports around the country. The ministry also extended the ASF last year.
Indio Airlines flights will begin
Budget Airlines IndiGo has announced to start its flights Step Boy Step. The flights to Prayagraj, Kolkata and Surat will also start from 1 September. The company will run a 180-seater air bus-320 on the Bhopal-Lucknow route. This flight will operate three days a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The first flight will reach Bhopal on Wednesday, 26 August. The company had announced to start flights from Bhopal to Prayagraj, Agra, Kolkata, Surat, Ahmedabad and Agra in the summer schedule but flights could not start due to some reasons including Corona era. Now the company has released the schedule of flights to Prayagraj, Kolkata and Surat on 1 September and the later dates have started booking.
Father’s side will begin the festival of Tarpan
The paternal favor of the fathers is being done from 1 September. This festival will last till September 17. This time, the Pushya Nakshatra will be in the Pitrupaksha, so that people will be able to shop even in these days. This time Pitrupaksha will also come with seven Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga, five Siddhi Yoga, seven Amrit Yoga, one Amrit Siddhi Yoga, one Tripushkar Yoga on 13 September, which will last till Monday afternoon. This time due to Pushya Nakshatra and other auspicious yogas, Pitrupaksha will bless the blessings of the fathers and people will be able to buy jewelery, vehicles, electronics equipment, home useful items. Whatever donation is made between Bhadrapaksha Shukalpaksha Poornima to Ashwani Krishna Paksha Amavasya is the recognition of direct receipt to the ancestors. Food to the fathers reaches through the Brahmin and the birds.
Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT) this month
The Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT) to be conducted by the Consortium of Law Schools – 2020 will be on 7 September. Students preparing for the test now have only a few days left. Test experts say that these days students should insist on improving the practice of solving questions. This time the clat will be on the changed pattern. 150 questions will be asked in the paper. The biggest challenge for students will be to answer as many questions as possible on time. Students will get 120 minutes to solve the question. In CLAT, questions are asked from Logical Reasoning, English, GK, Legal and Maths. This year, changing the paper pattern will ask questions based on English, GK and legal paragraphs.