The state government has made facial recognition based attendance system mandatory for all government employees, including contract and neighborhood service employees, from state secretariat to village/ward secretariats.
The government has implemented key changes in attendance for employees in Andhra Pradesh from January 1. With these changes, the state government has made facial recognition based attendance system mandatory for all government employees, from state secretariat to village/ward secretariats, including contractual and neighborhood service employees. Henceforth it will be implemented from January onwards. The government has also released a bio to this extent.
Applying this to the State Secretariat, Offices of Heads of Departments, Autonomous Government Institutions, District Collectorates, all regional, divisional, district offices, local bodies, mandal, village level offices, village and ward secretariats, Chief Secretary K.S. Jawahar Reddy issued orders on Monday.
He stated that this procedure will be mandatory for the staff of the state secretariat, department heads and district level offices from January 1 and for the staff of other offices from January 16.
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