Cisco is expanding its commitment to Myanmar by investing in a channel partner network and the appointment of the first two Cisco Networking Academies at the University of Computer Studies, Yangon (UCSY) and University of Computer Studies, Mandalay (UCSM).
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Computer Studies
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Component Supplier
- Composite Service
- Compressed Sensing (signal processing)
- Compressor Subassembly
- Computer Science
- Computer Services
- Computer Society
- Computer Software
- Computer Station
- Computer Subsystem
- Computers and Security (International Federation of Information Processing journal)
- Computing Science
- Computing Services
- Conceptual Structures
- Concurrent Session (various organizations)
- Conditioned Stimulus (psychology/psychiatry)
- Conducted Susceptibility
- Confidential Source
- Confined Space
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Emma McKinney A FORMER computer studies student has admitted "chipping" games consoles in a copyright dodge.
High school test results in Thailand have revealed a failure rate of more than 80 percent in mathematics, biology and computer studies -- among the teachers.
The participants consisted of 87 (46 male and 41 female) volunteer Computer Studies and Information Technology Vocational School second year students who enrolled in "Web Design" online course at Eastern Mediterranean University in Magusa, Northern Cyprus.
Almost nine out of 10 students in engineering or technology subjects are male, while just one in five computer studies students are female.
TWO teenagers who did computer studies at school managed to hack into a bank's website - and steal pounds 2,700 from a woman customer, a court heard yesterday.
Roger Toll, a 54 year-old computer studies expert, made recordings of pupils at Hereford Cathedral School, Worcester Crown Court heard.
Neal McNair, professor in the Computer Studies program, says it was a productive, valuable learning experience for the eight second-year students in the Website Adminstration program who worked on it.