With economic uncertainty in the Indian context as the central theme, the papers address such topics as human resources strategy, flexi-time as a strategy of employee retention, training needs analysis for human resource management, urban development projects through public-private partnerships, innovation and university-industry interaction, corporate governance and investor protection, marketing, food and grocery retailing, and the productivity of software development teams.
What does UII stand for?
UII stands for University-Industry Interaction
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 23 other meanings of UII in our Acronym Attic
- Unless I Hear Otherwise (tesxting shorthand)
- Urban Indian Health Organizations (Seattle, WA)
- Urban Indian Health Program
- University of Illinois Human Resources
- Upflow Inclined High-Rate Settlers
- United Indian Health Service
- Unified Industries Incorporated (Springfield, VA, USA)
- Unique Investment Identifier (numeric code)
- Unique Item Identifier
- Universitas Islam Indonesia (Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
- Urban Industry Initiative (Philadelphia, PA)
- User Input Indication
- Uniform Intermodal Interchange and Facilities Access Agreement
- United India Insurance Company Limited (also seen as UIICL; India)
- United India Insurance Company Limited (also seen as UIIC; India)
- Unique Instrument Interface Document
- Ukrainian Industrial Internet Exhibition (database)
- Uniform Intermodal Interchange Endorsement (trucking industry)
- United Institute of International Education (Hong Kong)
- Universal Institute of Islamic Education (Sacramento, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For instance Marcia Villasana, a researcher with the Institute of Development and Public Policy at Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico, discussed methods for fostering university-industry interactions at a regional level in a developing nation.
This enables students and faculty users at each school to create real-world designs for modern semiconductor process technologies, and thus, enhance university-industry interaction and improve the quality of graduating engineers.
COPENMIND creates a cutting-edge platform for partnerships creating the world's first truly global marketplace for university-industry interaction in relation to technology transfer and research partnerships.
The collaborative R&D between MIVT and UBC is a model example of university-industry interaction, and was recognized as such through the Government grants allocated on two separate occasions to support our research in this fascinating field.