JISHA

AcronymDefinition
JISHAJapan Industrial Safety and Health Association
JISHAJapan Ice Sledge Hockey Association
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A sport management majors' club can simply this process and increase the number of opportunities for students' to gain "hands on" experience and interact with sport business professionals (Kane & Jisha, 2004, p.
Ernakulam (Kerala) [India], December 13 ( ANI ): The accused in the Jisha murder case, Amirul Islam, has been awarded death sentence by the Ernakulam chief judicial magistrate court today.
The 30-year-old victim - who only went by one name, Jisha, as is common among her Dalit caste - was found dead by her mother at their home in Ernakulam district on April 28, 2016, with signs of strangulation and more than 30 stab wounds on her body.
(32) The Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association (JISHA), formed under the country's Industrial Accident and Prevention Organization Law, promotes voluntary activities by employer organizations in order to prevent occupational accidents.
Jisha, "Thermal properties of tannin extracted from Anacardium occidentale L.
The Church was very slow to respond to the brutal murder of a dalit law student, Jisha in Kerala.
Keralites would proudly boast of how a ' Nirbhaya' will never happen in the state, but the heinous Jisha murder did happen.
Corporate sponsors have found a niche market in running events when seeking to align with an event that has the specific qualities of distinct name awareness and brand loyalty in events such as the Flying Pig Marathon (Olberding & Jisha, 2005).
"We got to know about the fire from a friend and went to see our flat," said Jisha Varghese, who works as a nurse.
The press conference was also attended by the Shaikh Sultan Bin Saqer Al Nuaimi -chairman, Adil CT - academic director, Mujeebur Rahman - manager, Wasim Yousef Bhat - academic aean and Jisha Jayan - principal.
Furthermore, the editors cite Patrick Anderson and jisha Menon's Violence Performed (2011) for its parsing of the politics of violence and spectatorship.