In 2010, the state government appointed hundreds of youths on contract basis under a specific scheme and from the date of appointment the youths were drawing salary of 2500 rupees per month, which did not meet their needs.
What does DOA stand for?
DOA stands for Date of Appointment
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We have 134 other meanings of DOA in our Acronym Attic
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- Dietary Obese 2
- O2 (Oxygen) Delivery (pulmonary medicine)
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- Disperse Orange 3 (dye)
- Damaged on Arrival (product shipments)
- Date of Access
- Date of Accident (insurance term)
- Date of Applicability
Samples in periodicals archive:
The contract period will be for 1 year from the date of appointment with the option of extending annually for 2 further years.
The teachers have been promoted from November 3, 2011 and they would get all the increments and privileges from the date of appointment.
Her ARP date of appointment was July 24, 1939; her identity card was issued by Glamorgan County Council on August 9, 1939.
It is exact 100 days today since the date of appointment of Igor Chudinov as Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Second, their results depend entirely on their unexplained and unjustified decision to treat length of tenure as an observation at the date of death or retirement, rather than the date of appointment (call this the "date-of-observation problem").
It says: "As a sign of goodwill, vouchers issued prior to the date of appointment of the joint administrators will be honoured to the value of 50% of the total value of goods to be purchased.
A meeting for creditors will be arranged shortly within the required 10 weeks after the date of appointment.