CBFS

AcronymDefinition
CBFSCricketers Benefit Fund Series (est. 1981)
CBFSCollege of Banking and Financial Studies (Oman)
CBFSCarbon Black Feedstock
CBFSCesium Beam Frequency Standard
CBFSCentral Baptist Family Services
CBFSCircuit Board Functional Specification
CBFSComputerized Blood Flow Study
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This is a great opportunity for us to show support to CBFS initiatives and to contribute to the development of the sector through such events and activities," he added.
More than 45 years ago, Millersville University was one of the founding university members of the CBFS, which focuses on research and learning about the marine and coastal ecosystems of the mid-Atlantic coast.
The CBFS is protected through land acquisition and management by Sam Houston State University and the Department of Biological Sciences.
The event, which was organized by CBFS students, was opened under the patronage of Dr.
Jafri closely interacted with Tendulkar during the CBFS series matches in Sharjah.
Ashraf bin Nabhan al Nabhani, Dean of the CBFS stressed the commitment of the college in promoting the Omani carders and qualify them to occupy the administrative positions in the middle and senior management in the banking and financial sector in the Sultanate to enhance the national objective of building the local capabilities.
Abdul Rahman Bukhatir, who built this stadium and staged at least two tournaments every year through the CBFS for nearly a decade, said: "Every time a game is played there, it is living proof that the Sharjah dream is actually a reality.
Interestingly, the Qasim Noorani Stand, named after his father and the late president of CBFS, was filled to capacity.
The CBFS is also launching its own degrees geared towards local students.
The major effort has to come in co-operation with powers of the state that is the police, anti-corruption set ups, courts etc," Iqbal, co-ordinator of the CBFS that hosted the highest number of one-day matches at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, told Gulf News in an exclusive interview.
Farooq, a lecturer in English at Majan College, is joined by Mirza Jamal Ahmed, lecturer at CBFS with Masters in IT and Abdul Qayyum, lecturer in English at a government college in Musannah.
Dr Ibrahim bin Ahmed al Kindi, CEO, OEPPA and Dr Ahmed bin Mohsin al Ghassani, Dean, CBFS, signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organisations.