- Veröffentlicht: 02. Januar 2018
n the occasion of the Good Governance Day, coinciding with the birthday of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Dr Jitendra Singh, launched here on Monday, the first-ever, Government of India’s “Employee Portal” developed by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT).
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Jitendra said, the Employee Portal, launched as a part of Electronic Human Resources Management System, is an extension of a series of hi-tech employee-friendly initiatives which began with the launch of the first-ever e-Service Book which was launched on the 30th of March this year. As a part of five big modules envisaging e-Service Book, Personnel Information System, Leave related website, computerized LTC Application, loan / advances computerized service, tour application etc , today’s launch is also a befitting year-ender gift for employees across the country, he added.
With the launch of this new system, Dr Singh informed that the employees will not only be able to directly access and see all the details with relation to their Service Book, GPF, Salary, Leave status, etc. but would also be able to apply on-line for different kinds of claims, reimbursements, loans, leaves, LTC Advance, etc. on a single platform.
As a result of this, he said, employees will no longer be dependent on the updating of the data related to them by the administration, but on the contrary, they would themselves be in a position to update the data by directly logging-in, subject to verification by the concerned administrative department.
With today’s launch, Dr Jitendra Singh said, the Department of Personnel and Training has moved ahead in the direction of fully automated human resources management system with the provision to bring all the employees in the Government of India on a single employee pattern and on a digital platform.
This, he said, is in keeping with the Modi Government’s commitment to bring in ease of governance through e-Governance and e-File in order to achieve its abode objective of “maximum governance, minimum government”.
Within next few weeks, Dr Jitendra disclosed, the DoPT will be conducting a workshop where all the Ministries and Departments in the Government of India will be invited to understand and adopt these new practices. Subsequently, he said, the various State Governments and Union Territory administrations will also be persuaded to do so.
Quelle/Source: State Times, 26.12.2017