WBIFMS Grips Portal - West Bengal Integrated Financial Management System
WBIFMS Grips Portal is a web portal of the Government of West Bengal for the real-time management, monitoring, and control of all fund allocation and financial transactions in different departments and their subordinate offices under the State Government.
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What is WBIFMS Grips Portal
WBIFMS is the name of the web portal developed by the Government of West Bengal for the real-time management, monitoring, and control of all fund allocation and financial transactions in different departments and their subordinate offices. WBIFMS is the official web portal for the online assessment of all statutory and non-statutory salaries, pensions, and gratuity of employees in government departments, and the operation of the Pension Fund Management System for their subscribers.
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What’s on WBIFMS With the working of WBIFMS, all important and relevant data pertaining to Government departments and their units will be maintained and updated in one single place. The financial data of all Government employees will be updated on the portal within 24 hours.
How to Login WBIFMS Grips Portal
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* Visit wbifms.gov.in * In the 'Community' tab, search for WBIFMS (Place Viewing System) * Click on 'Download Registration and License' button * A PDF document will open on your screen.
Use this login for performing official functions.
Please go to e-Services for Employees (eSE) login for individual /personal matters like:
- Viewing Payslip/IT statement/Loan /Leave/TA/DA/LTC sanction orders
- Applying for Loan/Leave/TA/DA/LTC
- Writing SAR as ‘Officer Reported upon’ (self)
- Writing comments as Reporting/Reviewing/Accepting Authorities in SAR
How to register for WBIFMS Grips Portal
Those who have a Bengal Samvidhan Kapodia or West Bengal Census Registration Number can register for the portal. Those without the relevant registrar can submit an expression of interest and join a waitlist till a member of the DPR gets assigned to them.
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