EGS

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AcronymDefinition
EGSEconomic Growth Strategy (various organizations)
EGSEuropean Graduate School
EGSExpert Global Solutions (various locations)
EGSEl Goonish Shive (webcomic)
EGSEncrypted Grid Shape
EGSElectronic Gearbox System
EGSEuropean Geophysical Society
EGSExtended Groth Strip (astronomy)
EGSEnggist & Grandjean Software
EGSElectric Generation Supplier (Pennsylvania)
EGSEnhanced Geothermal System
EGSEllenoff Grossman & Schole LLP (law firm; New York)
EGSEmployment Guarantee Scheme (UK)
EGSEnvironmental Goods and Services
EGSEducation Guarantee Scheme (India)
EGSEndoGastric Solutions (natural orifice surgery; Redwood City, CA)
EGSÉvaluation Gérontologique Standardisée (French: Geriatric Assessment)
EGSEOS Ground System
EGSEarth Ground Station (US DoD)
EGSÉtats Généraux de la Surdité (French: General State of Deafness; conference)
EGSEgyptian Geophysical Society
EGSEntreprise Générale de Sécurité (French: General Contractor Safety)
EGSEngineered Geothermal System (energy production)
EGSElectron Gamma Shower
EGSEugene Glass School (Eugene, OR)
EGSÉtablissement Général des Services (French: Establishment of General Services; Togo)
EGSE-Government System
EGSEnron Gas Services (Houston, TX)
EGSElectronic Grade Silicon
EGSEdenfield Genealogical Society (Georgia)
EGSÉlectricité Générale Service (French: General Electric Service)
EGSEvil Genius Society
EGSEvery Gardiennage Sécurité (French security guards)
EGSespessura de gordura subcutânea
EGSEuropean Ghost Squad (gaming guild)
EGSEmployers Getting Started (mental health; Canada)
EGSEnvironmental Geographical Science (various organizations)
EGSEUV Grating Spectrograph
EGSEdmonton Geological Society
EGSErmysted's Grammar School (Skipton, England, UK)
EGSElectrogalvanized Steel
EGSEasy Gear Shift (Volvo)
EGSElectrical Generating System
EGSEuropean Ground Station
EGSEOSDIS Ground System
EGSElectronic Glide Slope
EGSEnd Game Scoring
EGSElectronic Guidance System
EGSExhaust Gas System
EGSEmergency Generator Set
EGSEnhanced GFMPL Support
EGSElectronic Ground System
EGSEvolution Game Servers (Dallas, TX)
EGSElectronic Government Strategy
EGSEntrance Guard System
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He told the meeting that he had met the prime minister and Cabinet members in the NDA government 20 times, requesting them to link the national rural employment guarantee scheme with agriculture.
The government had stopped releasing funds for the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS), which would aggravate rural distress, these activists said.
Similarly, two other ambitious schemes the loan scheme of the Micro Unit Development and Refinance Agency (Mudra) and the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) are expected to see a hefty boost in allocations to curb the growing unemployment rate.
2016 for construction of 4 lakhs Anganwadi Centre buildings across the country by 2019 under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) in convergence with Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Scheme.
The task force among other things will oversee rain water harvesting management on the lines of 'Mazha Polima,' a project which seeks to create public movement on recharging of open wells through rain water harvesting and was successfully launched in Thrissur district as part of National Rural Employment Guarantee scheme.
PM LAMBASTS CONGRESS' MGNREGA LEGACY CLAIMS FACED with the criticism that the BJP government had hijacked the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme ( MGNREGA), a Congress flagship, the PM accused the Congress instead of having perpetuated poverty in India.
21543), Manisha Shah and Bryce Millett Steinberg examine the impact on human capital investment of one of the world's largest workfare programs, India's National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS).
This report evaluates the implementation of the Mahatma Ghandi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, a program of India's Ministry of Rural Development meant to expand wage employment and address chronic poverty in rural households, as well as enhance the natural resource base.
At the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGA), wages are disbursed through post across 19 postal networks in the rural sector of India.
India already has several large, universal safety net programmes, including the Public Distribution System (PDS) for food and the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) scheme, and in 2006, it launched another scheme popularly known as National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) emanated from India's commitment to a legal right to work.
Due to acute financial problems due to prolonged legal struggle and practically no income, it is reported that the Professor's wife Salomi even enrolled as a labourer under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.
One of the prominent schemes introduced by the UPA government is the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme which later became an Act known as MNREGA.
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