Sangi said to prepare research publication previous to completion their PhDs and try to the level best for its publishing in international research journals which will help them in their direct appointment as Professors.
What does DA stand for?
DA stands for Direct Appointment (source of commission for military officers)
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- Dimensional Analysis (logical method of dosage calculation used in medicine)
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- Diplomatic Academy (various locations)
- Direct Access
- Direct Action
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The biggest challenge was getting direct appointments with insurance carriers.
The presidential veto similarly evades the issue of the EC-recommended direct appointment of Supreme Judicial Council members by all magistrates rather than by delegates.
he petitioner's counsel said that as per the International Cricket Council (ICC) rules, direct appointments in the PCB could not be made, and that the boad's general council had the right to elect its chairman.
com)-- Accident Insurance Company (AIC) is opening its doors to independent agents looking for a direct appointment throughout the nation by appointing 100 agents in 100 days.
Experts call for selecting the Bourse's chairman through polls and not through direct appointment by the Government.
Most of the other 33, including Oregon, have hybrid systems that employ both direct appointment and election.
The recent designation of Kinetic US as Out of Home AOR (agency of record) for the MillerCoors joint venture is one example of this success - the largest direct appointment of a dedicated Out of Home specialist in the world.