GER

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AcronymDefinition
GERGerman/Germany
GERGrand Exalted Ruler (club title)
GERGastroesophageal Reflux
GERGold Experience Requiem (gaming)
GERGeriatrics
GERGreat Ethiopian Run (est. 2001)
GERGas Exchange Ratio
GERGeneral Education Requirement
GERGreat Eastern Railway (UK)
GERGemeinsame Ermittlungsgruppe Rauschgift (German: Joint Investigation Drug Group)
GERGross Enrollment Ratio (education)
GERGemeinsamer Europäischer Referenzrahmen für Sprachen (German: Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
GERGlobal Emergency Response
GERGain Electrons Reduction
GERGreening Ethnic Restaurants
GERGeneral Estamos Resacosos
GERGulfstream Engineering Report
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Although gross enrollment ratio (ger) has significantly improved through the implementation of the first (2010-2013), second (2014-2016
An expanding base of school and college age population and increase in the gross enrollment ratio across the education segments are likely to drive growth.
The primary gross enrollment ratio increased from 71 percent in 1994 to 99 percent in 2010, and the transition rate to secondary school increased from 63 percent to 98 percent over the same period.
According to the statement, the primary gross enrollment ratio increased from 71 percent in 1994 to 99 percent in 2010, and the transition rate to secondary school increased from 63 percent to 98 percent over the same period.
Pre-primary gross enrollment ratio has significant impact on HDI in low (r = 0.619, p<0.01) HD countries followed by very high (r = 0.334, p<0.05) HD countries while primary gross enrollment ratio has positive relation in low HD countries and negative relation in medium HD countries.
Still, the country's Gross Enrollment Ratio ( GER) is only 19- 20 per cent.
Overall Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) at primary level, based on population 5 to 9 years projected by Bureau of Statistics Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is 89 per cent while GER in Government Primary Schools is 63 per cent.
These relations identify that female graduates presence in the labor market is neither strongly linked with the female graduation ratio nor with female gender dominancy over male gender in terms of gross enrollment ratio at tertiary level.
There are 3.43 million students, translating to a Gross Enrollment Ratio of 28 percent, which is associated with middle-income countries.
The main objective of this new institution was to reduce illiteracy and increase gross enrollment ratio nationally.
He remarked that strengthening of primary and secondary education is essential for increasing Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in higher education.
AVU represents an important integration of these 3Es because it tackles the twin national challenge of college gross enrollment ratio and employment outcomes for graduates.