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an institution dedicated to education

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According to the PEIRA's notification, the parents of the students studying in private educational institutions of Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) are hereby informed that under ICT private educational institutions (registration and Regulation) Act 2013, all private educational institutions of Islamabad, vide PEIRA's notification No GF.
Capital Territory (ICT), are hereby informed that under ICT private educational institutions (registration and
Synopsis This report presents the findings from a survey of 192 educational institutions regarding their Information & Communications Technology (ICT) investment trends.
According to the Regulations, the process of accreditation has been laid down for achieving the following objectives, namely: advancing academic quality; enabling students and other stakeholders to make informed choices with regard to Higher educational institutions; to facilitate Higher Educational Institutions to augment quality, by bench-marking uniform reference points pertaining to academic standards; to facilitate Higher Educational Institutions to acquire international recognition, cross-border and trans-national collaborations; etc.
A division bench comprising Justice Sunil Ambwani and Justice Yogesh Chandra Gupta held that Section 4 of the UP Admission to Educational Institutions (reservation for SC, ST and OBC) Act 2006 was not only "invalid" but also "ultra vires" to the basic structure of the Constitution of the country.
Indian Ambassador to Oman Anil Wadhwa visited the stalls of these educational institutions on April 8 and interacted with their representatives.
Educational institutions at both the undergraduate and graduate levels would need to consider, among others, their alumni, the parent body, the community where they are located, and the entities--both public and private--that will be employing their graduating students.
A privately held corporation for more than 80 years, Dukane's Audio Visual Division provides sophisticatad presentation solutions for educational institutions across the country.
CX Online is especially geared to students, with a daily student news page highlighting hot careers like physician assistant as well as recreation ideas, like sky surfing; a career finder that uses a series of questions to match skills and interests with career ideas: and information on careers that includes detailed descriptions, quotes from people in the field, job outlooks and salary ranges, and hyperlinks to educational institutions and associations in the field, publications, and other helpful sites.
529, which now allows states and qualified educational institutions to create college savings plans, referred to as QTPs, that provide income tax incentives for individuals who set up accounts to pay for a beneficiary's future higher education expenses.
Trompo now develops Web sites for educational institutions, professional associations and non-governmental organizations but without the barrage of advertising that has turned off users before in closed Web communities.
In response to this position, many teachers are experimenting with the effect of service on learning, and educational institutions are beginning to integrate service requirements into their curriculums (Stukas, Snyder, & Clary, 1999).
Just in fall 2000, three top educational institutions saw large gifts earmarked for gay purposes from openly gay philanthropists.
Virtually all educational institutions today can be described as culturally diverse.
The National Science Foundation on Thursday announced grants to 13 educational institutions to help them establish links to its new network that will operate at many times the speed of the commercial Internet.
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