FYP


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AcronymDefinition
FYPFor You Page
FYPFinal Year Project
FYPFive-Year Plan
FYPFor Your Pleasure
FYPFirst Year Program (College of the Holy Cross)
FYPFixed Your Post (newsgroups)
FYPFirst Year Premium (life insurance)
FYPFirst Year Players (Syracuse Univeristy musical theatre group)
FYPFive Year Program
FYPFoundation Year Program (University of Kings College)
FYPFoundation Year Programme (Canada)
FYPFor Your Perusal
FYPFreight Yard Pub (North Adams, MA)
FYPFull Year Projection
FYPFlexible Year Program (Bryan Independent School District; Bryan, TX)
FYPFestival of Young Performers
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The implementation of the EICP, as raised in China's 11th FYP, is bound to have different effects on various industrial sub-sectors with different levels of energy intensity.
Due to the attainment of over 7 percent growth rate during the first two years of the 7th FYP, per capita GNI continued to rise to $1,751 in FY2018 from $1,465 from FY2016.
China's Eleventh FYP (2006-10) gave more space to maritime issues than the previous plan.
The debate in the panel of economists on the fourth five-year plan (FYP) 1970-75 led to an East-West division, resulting in two different reports.
The decrease was mainly due to China's 11th FYP requiring power plants to install FGD devices.
The 12th FYP included a considerable amount of attention to energy and
In the 12th FYP, there is a 16% reduction of energy intensity (energy consumed per unit of GDP) and 17% carbon intensity (carbon consumed per unit of GDP) reduction.
So, what we created as our Final Year Project (FYP) is a device called TAME-Tremor Acquisition and Minimization.
China's 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP) is the first chance for the Xi-Li administration, which assumed leadership at the 18th Party Congress, to solidify a new course.
The planning process with 5-year plans (FYP), objectives and policy directions Plan Period Growth Rate Objectives First FYP 1962-6 7.1 a (7.9) b 1.
Now in its 30th year, the FYP offers first-year students an integrated living-learning environment, where students live together with their first-year course classmates and cover a wide variety of interdisciplinary topics.
Table 1 Participants Pseudonym DS or FYP University Area(s) of interest Angela DS, 4th year Montvale Literacy and culturally relevant pedagogy Jamie DS, 2nd year Montvale Math education and English language learners Kathleen DS, 3rd year Montvale Preservice teacher preparation Gertrude DS, 4th year Montvale Social studies and service learning Amy FYP Montvale alum Literacy and (dis)ability studies Mary DS, 3rd year Carter Multicultural education Claire FYP Carter alum Comparative education Suzanne FYP Carter alum Civic education and Zari FYP Carter alum/ English language learners Montvale FYP Literacy teaching and assessment Note.