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In a letter sent to colleagues at the end of last month, Prof Morgan is quoted by the Times Higher Education supplement as saying the reorganisation had "markedly altered" the independence of his position.
According to Times Higher Education Supplement, John Curry, lecturer in computing at City of Bath College, who complied the list, also insisted that he had been amazed by some of them given to him over past 14 years, the Daily Mail reported.
It may be mentioned College of EME, is one of the pioneering constituent college of the esteemed National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST); the only Pakistani University to feature in the top three hundred ranking published by Times Higher Education Supplement this year.
Discussing some of the changes resulting from the training, the Vice Chancellor of QUA, Professor Qasim Jan said he had initiated discussions with the Times Higher Education Supplement to have QUA ranked globally.
News & World Report and the 2008 London Times Higher Education Supplement.
In an article for the Times Higher Education Supplement, Dr Smith, a criminology lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University in HighWycombe, wrote: "Instead of complaining about the state of the education system as we correct the same mistakes year after year, I've got a better idea.
In the Times Higher Education Supplement, Dr Smith, a criminology lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University in High Wycombe, wrote: "Instead of complaining as we correct the same mistakes year after year, I've got a better idea.
That's according to an independent national survey of students, which was commissioned by the leading newspaper for higher education, the Times Higher Education Supplement.