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Her hard work is a real model of excellence for all our pupils.
Contract notice: Conducting training for directors of schools and kindergartens fri the use of a new model of excellence in building school learning - the role of the school principal
Model of excellence (EFQM) is a clear framework to evaluate organizations' performance on two parts of enablers and their results.
Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) has become model of excellence through its service-oriented policies and further endeavouring to come up to the expectations of the general public by ensuring traffic discipline in the city, said Senior Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Dr.
The workshops included discussions on the BCE's Bahrain Model of Excellence which aims to foster a culture of excellence across public and private sector institutions in accordance with international practices and standards.
The Model of Excellence Awards showcase the absolute best in database information publishing.
He provided a model of excellence," says Michele Norris, host of the National Public Radio show All Things Considered.
For the second consecutive year consultant InfoCommerce Group has presented GlobalSpec with its Model of Excellence Award, this time for pioneering The Engineering Search Engine online.