JNPC

AcronymDefinition
JNPCJapan National Press Club
JNPCJohor National Parks Corporation (Johor, Malaysia)
JNPCJawaharlal Nehru Pharma City (industrial park; India)
JNPCJordanian National Population Commission (now Higher Population Council; Jordan)
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The subcommittee has identified three video resources that are being considered by the JNPC to help train people to confront and eliminate the negative impacts of implicit bias.
The Tianwan Nuclear Power Plant is being constructed by the Jiangsu Nuclear Power Corporation (JNPC) of China in cooperation with the Russian company Atomstroyexport.
The more I researched and engaged with my fellow JNPC members, I also learned that the diversity in our Florida judiciary is, at best disappointing and at worst, woeful.
But Michael Band, a JNPC vice chair from Miami, said JNCs should only send the governor "legitimate candidates."
Throughout the years, the JNPC has benefitted from having the governor's general counsel as a member of the committee.
The JNPC report to the board also noted the recording of JNC interviews may be accomplished without either the formal amendments to the JNC's uniform rules or the adoption of local rules.
Coberly had suggested the recording idea at the board's April meeting, but governors then voted to seek the input of the JNPC and the Judicial Administration, Selection, and Tenure Committee.
After considerable discussion and debate, the JNPC drafted a proposed rule amendment, as requested, and forwarded the draft rule to the board with a recap of the committee's discussions as to the pros and cons of such a rule.
JNPC member Morgan Rood said if the questions asked a candidate seem to be to determine a personal feeling and not whether they would follow the law, then they are wrong.
As a result of discussions held during the JNC institute, the JNPC drafted several rule changes concerning diversity and recruitment and submitted them to the JNCs.