The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has unveiled a mobile application for serving corps members.
The application will enable them to communicate and also access online content of the scheme, Director General of the scheme, Brigadier General Johnson Olawumi said at the launch in Abuja.
Brig. Gen. Olawumi said the introduction of the mobile application (app) was a tool for information dissemination that will fast track easy link between the scheme and its publics.
He said the mobile app will enable corps members communicate amongst themselves and officers of the scheme using their mobile phones.
The NYSC boss said during the 2014 batch B orientation course, the app will be made available in the online stores of Google and Blackberry for corps members to download into their phones and tablets.
The batch C corps members would be able to access their posting online, he said.
The acting director of ICT department of the scheme Joseph Abu said the mobile app “will technologically put the scheme in the pockets of corps members.
Some of the information includes the service guide, Bye laws, Security tips, health tips, distress issues, chatting platform, language lessons, and service news amongst others.”
He added that the app will equally offer that staff of the scheme the platform for adequate monitoring and feedback on any issue raised by corps members.
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