CISF has launched a new mobile application for its troops which will enable them to check their pay-related queries and register grievances while being on the move.
The Android-based facility has been named 'm-Power' and is an extended technology facility of the existing computer system facility for these men and women who guard some of the most vital installations in the country's civil aviation, aerospace, and nuclear power domain.
"This is the first phase of the mobile-based application which offers one-touch access to information about locations and contact details of all force units, an employees' pay, interface for lodging grievance, monitoring its status and for knowing other service-related details," CISF spokesperson Hemendra Singh said.
The new Internet-based application has been developed in-house by the technical wing of the paramilitary and efforts are on to enhance its services, Singh said.
'm-Power' was launched by CISF Director General Surender Singh at the forces' headquarters in New Delhi.
Officials said the force is expanding its information technology footprint and hence such innovations and new developments are required to serve the troops and officers who render their duties in far-flung areas and in difficult circumstances.
In another development, the wives welfare wing of the force staged an all-women 'Ramlila' as part of its efforts to promote gender equality and women empowerment in the force. The 1.47-lakh personnel strong Central Industrial Security.
Force is deployed to secure country's 59 civil airports, Delhi Metro, and historical monuments like Taj Mahal and Red Fort.