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CS directs DDOs to quickly download service directories

*All employee details must be available in electronic format

Mohinder Verma

JAMMU, Oct 6: In another technological intervention, the Union Territory Government of Jammu and Kashmir will soon roll out the e-Human Resource Management (e-HRM) system for its employees with the Secretary Chief, Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, leading all Administrative Secretaries are responsible for ensuring that all Drawdown and Disbursement Officers (DDOs) under their administrative control upload service books within the stipulated time.
Official sources have told EXCELSIOR that the launch of the All India Services Officers Model Online Human Resource Management System has been discussed in numerous meetings held between J&K Government Officers and the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG) of the Government of India. .
Earlier this year, a project report of Rs 53 crore was submitted by the National Informatics Center (NIC) for funding under the e-HRM system for data entry of about 4.5 lakh employees of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
However, considering the huge financial implications, the J&K government enlisted the University of Kashmir which after intense efforts developed the portal for e-HRM at a reasonable cost, sources said, adding recently that a detailed discussion had taken place on the subject in a meeting chaired by the Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta and in the presence of all the administrative secretaries.
Accordingly, the Chief Secretary has directed the University of Kashmir to take all necessary steps for the launch of the portal by October 16, 2022. Further, he has requested all Administrative Secretaries to issue instructions to all Drawdown and Disbursement Agents (DDOs) to upload service books which will be requested in the e-HRM.
“The e-HRM system portal will help the government keep all employee data such as Annual Performance Reports (APRs), leaves, promotions, raises and salaries in electronic form,” sources said, adding that “the e-HRM system will help the government quickly verify employee service records as and when needed, which will ultimately help to check for fraud in any way”.
In addition, the e-HRM system will help the government to know the due date for holding the Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC) meeting and after retirement, the employees will not face any difficulty in obtaining the release of the pension. for every detail will be a click away for the accountant general’s office, more knowledgeable sources.
It is pertinent to mention here that various technological interventions have been made by the government in the field of human resource management, including Vigilance portal, EMP portal, APRs portal, biometrics, etc., which aim to make the transparent work. Next in this series is the launch of the e-HRM system.
“Kashmir University has successfully launched Vigilance Portal, APR Portal and J&K Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme Portal and the cost of developing these portals is significantly lower than quoted by other agencies,” the sources said.
They informed that the Chief Secretary had also given instructions to the General Administration Department and the University of Kashmir to incorporate the suggestions regarding the J&K Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme Portal suggested by the additional chief secretary of the agricultural production department and the additional chief secretary of the interior department. so that the portal works without hassle.
“The Additional Chief Secretary of the Agricultural Production Department has also suggested that an Absentee Exception Report be generated from biometric attendance and in this regard it has been decided that a Monthly Exception Report will be provided to administrative secretaries. A similar report would also be provided to heads of departments and deputy commissioners with respect to personnel under their jurisdiction,” sources said.
Meanwhile, the Chief Secretary, while appreciating the performance of the departments on the deliverables, mentioned that there are deliverables that need to be implemented by multiple departments for which circles of excellence should be constituted. He further requested a mid-term review of the deliverables so that changes, if any, would be proposed to the Board of Directors led by the Lieutenant Governor.