Muna bint Salim al-Jardaniyah, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Manpower for Technical Education and Vocational Training, who patronized over the launching ceremony, said that the Ministry relies a great deal on the real partnership with the private sector establishments.
What does MOM stand for?
MOM stands for Ministry of Manpower (Singapore)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 211 other meanings of MOM in our Acronym Attic
- Military Ordinary Mail (US DoD)
- Military Outreach Ministry
- Militia Of Montana
- Milk of Magnesia
- Mind Over Matter (NIDA youth drug abuse program)
- Mind Over Matter, Inc.
- Mini Optical Mouse (various companies)
- Minions of Mirth (Mmorpg computer game)
- Minister of Music
- Ministry of Magic (Harry Potter)
- Ministry of Mayhem (iTV Saturday morning kids TV show)
- Ministry of Oil and Minerals (Yemen)
- Minobschmash (Ministry of General Machine Building, USSR)
- Minutes Of Meeting
- Mise En Ordre de Marche (Informatique)
- Missiles of Magic (gaming)
- Mission of Mercy (various locations)
- Mission Omega Matrix (The Famous Jett Jackson TV show)
- Mission Operations Manager (NASA)
- Mission Operations Meeting
Samples in periodicals archive:
Muscat: Huawei, a global information and communications technology provider, has announced the completion of a fully integrated IP telephony solution for the Ministry of Manpower in Oman.
Twenty-seven agreements worth RO 2,283,215 were signed at the Ministry of Manpower yesterday to train 706 national manpower in various professions.
The project uses mobile technology and an integrated system between RCA and the Ministry of Manpower to enable Omani citizens to apply for job advertisements by sending an SMS and get the first response within seconds.
Last year, the Ministry of Manpower imposed a ban on new visas for several job categories including barbers, tailors, beauticians, carpenters and car mechanics.
Muscat, Apr 15 (ONA)---- The weekly report of the joint inspection team at the Ministry of Manpower pointed out that the number of workers violating the Labour Law during the period from April 6th to 12th stood at (351) including (278) commercial workers (20) farm workers and (53) housemaids and their equivalents.