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CISF to enhance Hindi usage in regular work

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

The CISF, the paramilitary that guards majority of country's civil airports and other vital installations, has decided to enhance the usage of Hindi in its day-to-day work.

A desire in this regard was expressed by Central Industrial Security Force chief O P Singh while he felicitated the force officials who recently won the second position award by the Union Home Ministry in implementing the language in office work.



The Director General congratulated all the personnel for the achievement and appealed to work to the extent possible, using the official language, and aim for the first prize next year.

The 1.41-lakh personnel strong force is also tasked for securing vital and sensitive installations in the aerospace and nuclear domain.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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CISF to enhance Hindi usage in regular work

The CISF, the paramilitary that guards majority of country's civil airports and other vital installations, has decided to enhance the usage of Hindi in its day-to-day work. A desire in this regard was expressed by Central Industrial Security Force chief O P Singh while he felicitated the force officials who recently won the second position award by the Union Home Ministry in implementing the language in office work. The Director General congratulated all the personnel for the achievement and appealed to work to the extent possible, using the official language, and aim for the first prize next year. The 1.41-lakh personnel strong force is also tasked for securing vital and sensitive installations in the aerospace and nuclear domain. The CISF, the paramilitary that guards majority of country's civil airports and other vital installations, has decided to enhance the usage of Hindi in its day-to-day work.

A desire in this regard was expressed by Central Industrial Security Force chief O P Singh while he felicitated the force officials who recently won the second position award by the Union Home Ministry in implementing the language in office work.

The Director General congratulated all the personnel for the achievement and appealed to work to the extent possible, using the official language, and aim for the first prize next year.

The 1.41-lakh personnel strong force is also tasked for securing vital and sensitive installations in the aerospace and nuclear domain.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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CISF to enhance Hindi usage in regular work

The CISF, the paramilitary that guards majority of country's civil airports and other vital installations, has decided to enhance the usage of Hindi in its day-to-day work.

A desire in this regard was expressed by Central Industrial Security Force chief O P Singh while he felicitated the force officials who recently won the second position award by the Union Home Ministry in implementing the language in office work.

The Director General congratulated all the personnel for the achievement and appealed to work to the extent possible, using the official language, and aim for the first prize next year.

The 1.41-lakh personnel strong force is also tasked for securing vital and sensitive installations in the aerospace and nuclear domain.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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