Operationalization of Cadre Management and Organisation Hierarchy Module of HRMS in Railways
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (भारत सरकार)
Ministry of Railways (रेल मंत्रालय)
Railway Board (रेलवे बोर्ड)
File No. PC-VII/2021/HRMS/30
New Delhi, dated: 29.12.2022
Principal Chief Personnel Officers,
All Indian Railways
(As per standard mailing list)
Sub: Operationalization of Cadre Management and Organisation Hierarchy Module of HRMS in Railways- reg.
On successful completion of the development and testing and pilot launch of Cadre Management module, the same has been launched on Pan India basis by CRB & CEO through VC on 28.12.2022.
2. In order to provide experience to the Field Units regarding operation of this module, Training/Doubt clearing session is being held by CRIS from 26.12.2022-30.12.2022 through online mode.
3. Now, in order to implement the Cadre Management module, various associated modalities relating to the module such as the creation of the structures, distribution of posts, data entry relating to BOS, creation and mapping with cadre IDs and other associated tasks have to be completed. This involves concerted efforts and the supervision at the highest level.
4, In view of the above, all Field Units are requested to complete the aforementioned core tasks involved in the Cadre Management module by 31.01.2023 in order to ensure the smooth operationalization of the module. It is also advised to nominate one Nodal Officer to coordinate with CRIS and Nodal Officers (Shri Ravi Kumar, Dy. CPO/Gaz./SER and Shri Sudheer Kumar, Dy. CPO/Coord/SCR) for sorting out all the issues relating to implementation of Cadre Management module of HRMS.
5. Copy of the Detailed Guidelines regarding operation of Cadre Management and Organisation Hierarchy modules is enclosed herewith.
Encl. as above.
Executive Director, Training & MPP
Room No.255-A, Rail Bhawan
a) PPS to Secretary, Railway Board
b) PPS to PED/HR, Railway Board
c) PPS to PED/Staff, Railway Board
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