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Haryana to start e-salary

Haryana government is planning to introduce the concept of e-salary in all the government departments during the current financial year.

“A database of the employees pertaining to the pay bill including pay scale, post, gazetted or non gazetted, GPF account number, Permanent Retirement Account Number (PRAN), bank account details, personal details, salary details would be created to implement this concept,” H S Chattha, Finance Minister of Haryana said.

The information would be gathered by all the Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) from employees and from their own record files.

A training programme for all DDOs and other officials for using e-salary software was being planned, he added.

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