YED

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AcronymDefinition
YEDIncome Elasticity of Demand (economics)
YEDYears of Education
YEDYellow Eyed Demon (from the TV show Supernatural)
YEDYeovil Electronic Developments (UK)
YEDYeast-Extract Dextrose
YEDYeast Extract Dialysate (microbiology)
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Graduates having MA/MSc or BS 16 years of education in Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Management Science or any other inter-disciplinary field relevant to Peace and Conflict Studies.
Here I am asking some questions, which are; was not the 16 years of education enough for the mentioned post?
Since students are confused about their fate regarding admissions to the competitive examinations in the wake of non-availability of a degree recognising 14 years of education, Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) Chairman retired Lt Gen Maqsood Ahmed told Dawn that the government would have to reset the rules for applying for the PPSC examination after 14 years of education were not recognised.
'In accordance with a decision taken by HEC in 2016, the old two-year BA/BSc degrees (equivalent to 14 years of education) and MA/MSc degrees will no longer be offered by Pakistani universities after Academic Year 2018 and 2020, respectively,' the statement reads.
While Hindus and Muslims had the lowest average years of schooling in countries like the U.S., where Hinduism only accounts for about (http://www.pewforum.org/religious-landscape-study/) 0.7 percent of the population, Hindus had significantly more years of education compared to Christians.
The nostalgic photographs will go on display as part of an exhibition celebrating 200 years of education in Gateshead.
--"low technical" nurses complete 3 years of education, "post technical" nurses add on one year of specialization in fields where care is considered complex and high risk (for example, neonatal care or intensive care)
In comparison, the preface to Newton's Principia would require 17.1 years of education, the first chapter of Hegel's work 16.6 years and the first chapter of Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan 14.7.
whites with fewer than 12 years of education. By age 25, life expectancy fell by more than three years for white men and by more than five years for white women between 1990 and 2008.
Maternal age, anthropometric measurements (Weight and height), years of education and social status of 105 women were shown in Table 1.
On 3 November, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the Justinius Primus Faculty of Law at the Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, President Gjorge Ivanov decorated the Faculty of Law with the Order of Merit for Macedonia for excellence in the long years of education and research in the field of legal, political and journalism studies.
The report pointed out that 31% of men with 12 or fewer years of education are smokers, compared with 12% of college graduates and 5% of men with graduate degrees.