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Friday, August 29, 2014

FAQs on Biometric Attendance System (BAS)

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FAQs on Biometric Attendance System (BAS)

Frequently Asked Questions on Bio-Metric Attendance System

Q.1 How does an organisation start Biometric Attendance System (BAS) for their employees? Ans. Please submit details of the nodal officer and upload a signed request by the head of the department on attendance.gov.in portal. System would send OTP to the mobile number/email id of the nodal officer which needs to be entered again on the portal for verification. Back-end administrator would then check the details of the organisation submitted and make the organisation active by assigning it a unique sub-domain which will be the first name of the website. Nodal officer will then be sent an email by the system giving username (which will be the sub-domain name assigned to the organisation) and a password.

Q.2 Steps to be done by the nodal officer to start registration of employees Ans. Nodal officer would need to login on attendance.gov.in with the user name and password sent on completion of step 1 and then create master list of locations of their offices, designation of their offices and divisions/units/groups within their organisation.

Confederation General Secretary M.Krishnan retires from service on 31.8.2014

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Confederation General Secretary M.Krishnan retires from service on 31.8.2014

The retirement of Shri  M.Krishnan from the Department is a great loss to the Postal employees in particular and Central Government employees  in general.

COM: M.KRISHNAN, SECRETARY GENERAL, NFPE & CONFEDERATION & GENERAL SECRETRY, AIPEU GROUP-C (CHQ) RETIRES FROM SERVICE ON SUPERANNUATION 
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Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) & Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers, General Secretary, All India Postal Employees Union Group-C (CHQ), Leader, JCM Departmental Council, Department of Posts, Member, JCM National Council will be retiring from service on superannuation on 31st August, 2014.


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