Punjab Police launch mobile app for employees

By: News Desk
Published: 12:36 PM, 29 Nov, 2022
Punjab Police launch mobile app for employees
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The Punjab police launched an app to enable its employees to take leave, set appointments, seek transfers, submit any kind of application, appeal against punishment, view their service record and respond to the show-cause notice, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Tuesday. 

As per police sources, the IT branch has developed the Human Resource Management Information System app which has the data of more than 200,000 employees.

The Play Store will have the HRMIS app, which employees may download to their smartphones and register with by clicking a designated button.

All the facilities will be available from employees’ mobiles through the app.

The process of using this app is also really simple. After downloading it to their smartphones, users will simply enter their ID number to receive an OTP, which they will then use to register their app.

All the police employees can use it and can access all the records from it. 

The sources added that employees will be able to view their profiles and that the app would include all service records, penalties and transfers.

In the event of an employee transfer, showdown, or punishment, the employees will receive an app notification, and they will be able to respond to the show cause online via mobile rather than in person at the offices.

Another striking feature of this app would be that officers will also be able to issue orders online instead of calling employees to the office. 

Additionally, employees can submit a leave request through the app.

The employee app also allows users to submit 72 different types of applications.

The notification will be sent to the branch that receives the relevant application, and that branch will be required to reply within the stipulated time. 

The app will be launched across Punjab this month. 

Reporter: Ali Abbasi 

Categories : Crime