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IMPARTIntegrated Mentor Program in Addictions Research Training (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
IMPARTIntermountain Project on Antimicrobial Resistance and Therapy (University of Utah)
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DigiSkills program will impart training to one million knowledge resources like youth, freelancers, students, and professionals, who would deliver professionally across the globe and contribute in country's economic growth.
Parveen Shah also visited the Ghotki Campus and appreciated the timely support of the Higher Education Commission, Pakistan for the establishment of Ghotki Campus in order to impart higher education to the less developed areas under its umbrella project.
2 ( ANI ): Veteran actor Kamal Haasan, who is currently active in making solid political statements, feels that in today's time, all that people need to remember are Gandhi ji's words, which impart wisdom and strength.
In a recent order, an Additional Sessions Judge said that to curb the " menace of elopement and runaway marriages, parents should impart moral education in their children instead of filing false rape case.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, an imPart reference design will be demonstrated that illustrates how easy and economical it is to implement a contactless pointing device in a wide range of products.
They will accompany every student and impart values which will make them visionary leaders and responsible citizens.
You'll very likely impart less spin and hit the ball straighter.
Polymeric plasticizers with molecular weights of 800 to 8000 and viscosities from 1200 to 160,000 cps can impart low-temperature flexibility and resistance to extraction by water, oil and solvents.
Both acid and alkaline internal sizes impart liquid penetration resistance that improves size press operation, coat weight control/uniformity, and ink hold out.
It's unclear why a long interval would impart such risks.
In Scotland, 100 per cent of bosses interviewed would only use face-to- face meetings to impart difficult or controversial issues, but 26 per cent of Londoners were quite happy to use a combination of technologies to impart the news.
Many academic programs however lack well-defined mechanisms to impart their graduates with the desired practical experience before entering the job market.