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But above and beyond his basic qualifications, we think Oscar is going to contribute immediately and be a great fit on the team of city leadership we re working to put together here.
ranging from basic qualifications to university degrees and diplomas.
This qualification was registered with the PMDC in violation of rules as MRCS qualification as per General Medical Council (GMC), UK, and PMDC had been declared a basic qualification which is an entry level to get into advance level postgraduate qualification and at no stage this qualification was to be registered.
Last year, the Public Security Ministry issued a circular ordering all police officers to take the basic qualification examination.
The company claims to operate the biggest supermarket apprenticeship scheme in the UK, and it aims to train 100,000 employees with basic qualifications by 2011 - from shop floor staff to cleaners.
It is understood that many local LED manufacturers are pursuing the government certification of 'CNS' mark, which represents the basic qualification for bidding for government contracts, in preparation for the LED streetlight budget.
The examination is conducted biannually to assess the professional competency of the foreign medical and dental graduates who have Pakistani nationality in order to register their basic qualifications with the PM&DC.
Obama's aides privately that the candidates failed to meet the Vatican's most basic qualification on the abortion issue," The Washington Times reported.