Pay slip of Delhi Government Employees and GPF Statement
No one should take financial matters lightly. When it comes to governments, they should pay additional care to ensure that their employees have complete access to records of their hard earned money. Traditional book keeping once used to dominate the world of financial record maintenance. Private sector companies were quick enough to adopt the digital renaissance but governments lagged behind. Any government employee who desired to get an access to his/her pay slips and GPF (General Provident Fund) statement had to go through the painful steps of physically approaching government officials at their offices and wait until those records were pulled out manually from under piles of documents.
Luckily, Delhi Government has taken the much awaited step of digitizing the records so that anyone who wishes to access the same can do so in a jiffy from the comforts of home. No more standing in queues and no more begging like slaves!
GPF Statement of Delhi Government Employees
Delhi Government has introduced an official website of Principal Accountant General, which can be used to access the GPF statements. On the right side of the website is the menu which lists an option called GPF/Pay Slip.
Clicking on the option will open up two submenu items which are:
- GPF Statement of personnel in IA&AD posted in Delhi.
- Payslip of the Employee of AG (Audit) Delhi.
In order to access the GPF statement, one needs to click on the GPF submenu. Doing so will redirect the user to a login page where the person needs to enter the User ID or Username provided by the Department of Treasury. The password will be the default password provided by the department or the person can choose to create a password of preference. However, it has to be kept in mind that the password has to be alphanumeric in nature and a minimum of 6 characters will be allowed.
Once logged in, the user will be asked to provide the GPF number. Once the number is provided on the screen, the user can access the following information:
- Balance status of GPF.
- Missed information.
- Credit statement.
- Deposit information.
- Withdrawal information.
- …and other necessary information relevant to the account.
Users are also allowed to download GPF statements if needed.
Pay Slip of Delhi Government Employees
If the user wants to download Pay Slips, he or she needs to first login using this link. Once the necessary information is provided, the user will be shown the list of previous Pay Slips and the most recent one as well. All Pay Slips can be downloaded as required.
If users want to change their password, they can do so by using the forms here (for GPF) and here (for Pay Slip). Both forms look identical but they are meant for different actions. In either case, the users need to provide their User ID and old password. These two fields are mandatory. Once these fields are populated, users need to provide their new password (minimum 6 characters and maximum 10 characters) and in the next field, confirm the new password. As mentioned earlier, new password must be alphanumeric. No special characters are allowed.
Once all fields are populated, hitting the ‘Submit’ button at bottom of the form will change the password. The users then need to navigate the login page and use the User ID and new password to login in order to get access to the relevant documents.
Pensioners Data of Delhi Government Employees
The website of Principal Accountant General also lists the pension data for its previous employees. Those details can be accessed from the menu item named Pensioners Data. Unfortunately, there is no actionable option available here. All information is open and available in form of PDF documents.
These PDF documents list information about all pension holders in a tabular format. The table includes information like pensioner’s name, date of birth, retirement date, enhanced family pension rates, bank account number, name of spouse or family pensioner etc.
This is actually a drawback because financial information should be kept confidential but open PDF files sacrifice confidentiality in favor or ease of access and fewer complexities. The only favorable argument here is that retired employees are usually not computer savvy and open PDF files allow them to easily navigate around and find their information.