The union home secretary A K Bhalla stated that an electronic human resource management system (e-HRMS) will be an effective tool in the future. After releasing the progress report about the system, Bhalla mentioned that the application of Artificial Intelligence tools will be an effective support in the policy makings and it will also help in handling matters in respect of personnel. Bhalla also insisted in his statement, that this system needs to be available and in use in other ministries as well. So that there will be better coordination in the administration system. The e-HRMS was launched by the Union Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh on December 25, 2017. As per the statement issued, the e-HRMS consist of 25 applications of five modules. Now applying the e-HRMS in ministries for better functioning is the agenda for government.
Additional Secretary in the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) Rashmi Chowdhary said, with the help of e-HRMS governmentemployees can access their service-related information digitally. It has also digitalized the Human Resource process in the Government of India which led to several benefits and increased the employee’s efficiency.