Indian Railways launches HRMS app for employees

New Delhi: Chairman, Railway Board, Vinod Kumar Yadav launched the Human Resource Management System (HRMS) mobile app today which has been designed and developed by Centre for Railway Information System (CRIS). All employees of Indian Railways can now see data related to their service and communicate with the administration for any changes, if required.

This app allows employees to view their historical data since the date of joining the railways, including details related to his increments, promotions, awards, transfers, postings, leave, training, composition of family as per records, and nominations for retirement benefits. This information is not readily available to employees at present, and brings transparency to administration. This application will be a single-window communication system between railway employees and the administration, the Ministry informed.

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A comprehensive exercise of entry and validation of data related to service records of employees is going on at present in Indian Railways. Data of 93% (11.19 lakh) serving railway employees have already been collected in this module. Apart from information related to their profile and scanned copy of their service record, they can also see e-service record which is compiled based on an entry made in HRMS Application. canned copies of their Physical Service Record are also available. It is an important milestone in computerization of HR related functionalities in Indian Railways, the Ministry stated.

To access their records, employees need to register by entering IPAS no/PF no. A one-time password (OTP) will be sent to their mobile number, as available in railway records. If a mobile number is not available, the establishment section in Railway Board can be contacted to get access to the app.

This app is available on Google Play Store as ‘HRMS employee app for Indian Railways’.

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