Haryana government employees to get more facilities via online service book : The Tribune India


Chandigarh, November 14

Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal said today that government employees will no longer face any problems with promotions and vacations as more facilities have been extended to them online through electronic service books.

Chairing a review meeting in relation to the Human Resource Management System (HRMS) portal with officials from the Department of Human Resources, the Chief Secretary said that the electronic service books of about 2.32 lakh employees over 2.65 lakh had been verified on the HRMS. gate. The remaining approximately 33,000 employees should also have their electronic service books checked, no later than November 30, he added.

After November 30, employees whose service books have not been verified could face salary problems. He also ordered the heads of all departments to strictly abide by the instructions.

All service-related activities and digital service logs of employees from various departments, councils and companies have been uploaded to the HRMS portal.

On this portal, the electronic salary system of the Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS), as well as the integrated workflow and employee information, are available around the clock. The data available on the HRMS portal would help the government make the right decisions on employees, planning, recruitment, posting, promotion, Assured Career Progression Scheme (ACP), service extension and transfers, etc.

Online service book on HRMS portal has many features including basic employee information, appointment details, service check, leave, loan and advance details, annual reports Confidential (RCA), assets and other details. Updating employee data on the portal would not only benefit the government, but also the employees. —TNS

Verification must be completed by November 30

  • The electronic service books of about 2.32 out of 2.65 lakh employees have been checked on the HRMS portal
  • The approximately 33,000 remaining employees must have their electronic service books checked by November 30 at the latest.
  • Those who do not make it by the prescribed date may face salary-related issues.
  • Heads of all departments must strictly adhere to the instructions

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