New Delhi: Delivering a keynote address on culmination of Good Governance Week 19-25 December 2022 at CSOI Auditorium, Jitendra Singh, Minister, Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions said the Department has become a “Facilitatory Ministry” dedicated to the service of both the personnel and common man.
Dr.Singh underlined that the transformative reforms undertaken by DoPT, Department of Pensions and ARPG in the last 8 years brought increased transparency, increased accountability and technology driven changes moving from Timeline to Real time through Dashboard mechanism to follow the ultimate goal of Prime Minister’s Mantra of “Maximum Governance, Minimum Government”.
Paying rich tributes to former Prime Minister, Bharat Ratna, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, on whose birth anniversary Good Governance Day is observed, Dr Jitendra Singh said, this year’s event is also special in the sense that we have celebrated the 75th Anniversary of India’s Independence and also assumed the Presidency of G-20 to make a mark on Global Issues and Challenges in years ahead.
Dr. Singh said, this year’s event is also significant that Mission Karmayogi has graduated to a new level and is now available on Mobile App to learn and engage anytime from anywhere. He also pointed that Mission Karmayogi has also moved to next generation after Prime Minister Modi launched Karmayogi Prarambh module on 22nd November, 2022 during the 2nd edition of Rozgar Mela. The Minister said, the Prarambh module will be of immense help to new entrants into the government service to prepare for future role in a perfect fashion.
Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training(DoPT) S Radha Chauhan has said that the main aim of all government jobs is to deliver the services to common man with ease and also within time. She said, delivery of services with commitment and in a qualitative manner should remain the guiding principle of all Civil Servants. Ms Chauhan said, Good Governance Day is also an occasion to reiterate this noble resolve of bringing “Ease of Living” for common man.
Secretary, Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, V Srinivas said that the Sushasan Sapth 2022 witnessed the Second Nation-wide campaign for Redressal of Public Grievances and Improving Service Delivery. He said, Prashasan Gaon ki Ore 2022 has witnessed significant progress – 50.79 lac public grievances were redressed, 282 lac service delivery applications were disposed, 863 innovations in governance were documented and 194 Vision India@2047 District level documents uploaded on the GGW22 portal till December 24, 2022.
Earlier Dr Jitendra Singh Minister Personnel & Public Grievances launched Revamped e-HRMS 2.0 Portal, as the earlier iteration of the e-HRMS was limited in scope, where employees could avail limited services and it was not connected with other HR applications.
As a result, the employees were unable to get full benefits of digital service deliveries and seamless connection with HR applications and initiatives of the Government The revamped e-HRMS 2.0 Portal will provide the following services in a digital mode to the employees – Transfers (Rotation/Mutual), Deputation, APAR, IPR, iGOT Trainings, Vigilance Status, Deputation Opportunities, Service Book and other basic HR Services like Leave, Tour, Reimbursements etc.