MECIT

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MECITMiddle East College of Information Technology (Oman)
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In May 2017, a three-year cooperation agreement between the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism (MECIT) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), in supporting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) registered and operating in the Republic of Cyprus, was signed.
Mecit Vural from the Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey for the identification of the plant.
Muscat: After a long wait, The Middle East College of Information Technology (MECIT) football team won the Omani Universities Football Tournament held at the Sultan Qaboos University (SQU).
Ilhan Yildirgan, Bunyami Ozogul, Gurkan Ozturk, Bulent Aydinli and Mecit Kantarci
(8.) Guray U, Guray Y, Yilmaz MB, Mecit B, Sasmaz H, Korknaz S, et al.
Muscat, Apr 30 (ONA) Sheikh Saba'a bin Hamdan al Saadi, Secretary General of the Supreme Committee for National Day Celebrations will patronize tomorrow (Sunday) over the 3rd Career Fair in the Middle East College of Information Technology (MECIT) in A'Seeb.
Yet, the report focused on killing of Murat Comez and Mecit Akkaya, the two soldiers under arrest, who choked to death in Hasdal Military Prison in a fire that broke out after a riot in 2008.
This opulent palace, built by Sultan Abdui Mecit in 1856, has a series of ornate gates along the waterfront, including the Imperial Gate, which were used by the sultan to enter the palace from his imperial barge.
Summary: Sun Microsystems has outfitted the Oman based Middle East College of Information Technology (MECIT) with a complete Windows based desktop computing environment through its Sun Ray ultra-thin client based solution.
Just east of Taksim is the mighty Dolmabahce Sarayi, a palace built between 1843 and 1856 by Sultan Abdul Mecit, who was keen to dispel Turkey's image as the sick man of Europe.
HEAD for the Dolmabahce Palace, built in the 19th Century by Sultan Abdul Mecit. Your jaw will drop at the opulence of it all as you wander from room to room, through the ceremonial quarters and then the private residences - all dripping with marble, gold, silk and precious stones.
A new initiative launched by the ministry of energy, commerce, industry and tourism (MECIT) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) aims to facilitate access to advisory services by providing grants to 30 small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) registered and operating in the Republic of Cyprus.