NJPC

AcronymDefinition
NJPCNational Joint Pitch Council (stock trading; UK)
NJPCNew Jersey Parents Caucus (Randolph, NJ)
NJPCNew Jersey Pinelands Commission
NJPCNathpa Jhakri Power Corporation Ltd. (est. 1988; now Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam; India)
NJPCNew Jersey Playwrights Contest (William Paterson University; New Jersey)
NJPCNational Joint Practice Commission (est. 1979; healthcare)
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The drop in production of electricity at the NJPC, which is India's biggest power station with 1500 MW power, may lead to frequent power cuts and disrupted power supply in north India.Ee (ANI)
The NJPC is a division of API, which represents all segments of America s oil and natural gas industry.
Saturday's session of the NJPC reviewed the implementation of the national judicial policy and other issues related to speedy settlement of cases.
The bottom line is they can find no evidence of serious criminality," said Tom Clark, chairman of the NJPC yesterday.
Following implementation of the Gambling Act last September, AGT has taken over the service contract that the NJPC had with Britain's racecourses, incorporating core activities of providing betting-ring manager services, maintaining and updating bookmakers' lists, managing late payments to punters and registering bookmakers.
"For 40 years that was the cornerstone of the pitches, and when the NJPC came along, nothing changed.
The composition of the NJPC involves nominated representatives of all interested parties i.e.
The NJPC has obtained its authority from the Levy Board, which, in turn, has obtained its authority from its role of issuing certificates of approval to racecourses.
Why is the NJPC closing down and being replaced by NewCo, operating as the NJPC does now
The working group, chaired by NJPC manager Tim Moore and comprising representatives of the bookmakers, racecourses and Levy Board Bookmakers' Committee, was set up under the auspices of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, which requires a six-week period of consultation once a final document has been prepared.
An NJPC spokeswoman said: "The day that happened, they said they were betting at Folkestone as Value Bookmakers, but we have all the lists and there is no Value Bookmakers, so that was wrong straight away."
WITH regard to the Racing Post story 'NJPC denies prior knowledge of pitch changes' (April 3), I found it very interesting that Racecourse Association racecourse services executive Caroline Davies pointed out that "legislation which paves the way for changes has been around for two years".