incompetence


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lack of physical or intellectual ability or qualifications

inability of a part or organ to function properly

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The protest and strike culture in hospitals is the manifestation of incompetence and inability of the rulers, he stated while referring to the strikes of paramedical staff and doctors in the province.
This is what Cyril Northcote Parkinson, a management expert of British descent, calls Injelititis, a mixture of incompetence and jealousy.
Beside this Prime Minister had announced the construction of 14 state-of-the-art hospital under phase-1 across the country out of which two hospitals were to be constructed in the Federal Capital and were to be build till 2018 but due to the incompetence of Minister for CADD no work has been done on ground.
It is because incompetence and corruption are so endemic that it is very difficult to distinguish between the two when attributing motives.
Acute mitral incompetence can be classified as organic or functional.
The taxpayers are paying this man more than PS160,000 a year for total incompetence.
It's shocking shambles, demonstrates incompetence and should be resolved before the next home game.
This closure is making getting in and out of my city, along with many thousands of others, a nightmare, thanks to the incompetence of the city council in allowing it to happen.
Indignantly rejecting McFarlane's argument, David Lewis Schaefer declares that "Racism is the last cry of the defenders of incompetence.
MPs in the United Kingdom have accused Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) of incompetence over a new PPI blunder.
Although principals have teaching experience and ability, the professional knowledge of principals varies; thus, in previous research it has been reported that principals were unable to accurately assess teaching incompetence in various school subjects (Yariv, 2004).
ISLAMABAD -- The incompetence and corrupt practices of officials in every public sector organization are not a new thing now for most of the people, but still some type of corrupt practices amaze everyone leaving them to think how much they want to damage the national exchequer.
The issue of defence of mental incompetence in our justice system is a focus of a discussion paper being released today by the Sentencing Advisory Council.
This in itself was an extraordinary example of intelligence and security incompetence.
Treatment of cervical incompetence by cerclage and other methods has yet to be standardized, as its diagnosis is not uniformly accepted.