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3.24 lakh Odisha Govt employees’ database online now

Bhubaneswar, Oct 24: So far, the database of 3.24 lakh regular Government employees has been updated in the human resources management system (HRMS). The salary bills and other financial transactions are being made through this automated system. The annual increment, GPF other advances and leave matters would also be put to auto mode through this software. 

This was revealed at the Board of Governors meeting of Center for Modernizing Government Initiatives (CMGI) held under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi at the State Secretariat here on Monday wherein GA Special Secretary Ashok Meena along with Additional Secretary, Administrative Reforms RS Gopalan presented the updates and outlined the issues for discussion.

Reviewing the progress, the Chief Secretary directed to keep HRMS updated with latest circulars of Government.

In compliance with the earlier orders of the Chief Secretary CMGI has developed the Common Application Portal (CAP) for electronics delivery of G2C and G2B services under Odisha Right to Public Services Act. 

In the first phase 18 public services of five departments have been integrated with this common application portal. The services like issue of birth certificate, death certificate, national family benefit scheme, disabled pension, widow pension, old age pension, Madhubabau pension Yojana, CM relief fund, conversion order of lease gold plots, mutation order of lease hold plots, migration certificate, duplicate diploma certificate, transcript verification certificate, photocopy of the answer sheets of examinations, semester mark sheet, FIR registration etc have been integrated with CAP. Chief Secretary directed various departments to put more services on this online portal. It was decided that all 324 public services would be integrated with this application and the portal would be linked to Common Services Centers. These centers can deliver the services integrated with online portal with user fees of Rs 10 for each application. Chief Secretary directed all departments to finalize their service delivery guidelines

It was decided in the meeting that the CAP portal would be put in Odia very soon. The work plan for 2016-17 with estimated expenditure of Rs 8.50 crore was approved in the meeting to carry forward these activities. 

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