Colleges Sample Clauses

Colleges. All the Royal Colleges produce publications and instructional material sometimes on an intercollegiate basis.
Colleges i.e., colleges/institutions affiliated to or constituent of orrecognized by universities, including autonomous colleges)• Provided Teacher Education / Physical Education colleges shall have a standing of atleast three years.• However, colleges/institutions offering programmes recognized by Statutory Professional Regulatory Councils concerned as equivalent to adegree programme of a university shall also be eligible for A&A even if such colleges/institutions are not affiliated to a university.
Colleges established or continued under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996 8a. Commission for Occupational Safety and Health (WorkSafe W A) established by the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984
Colleges. Each of the colleges shall maintain a long-term plan for facilities and programs. The Chancellor, in consultation with the Presidents, will evaluate additional funding that may accrue to the colleges beyond what the model provides. The source of this funding will also have to be identified.
Colleges. The higher education market contains a large population of colleges with varying quality. I index colleges by c and let Qc be a measure of their quality. In this paper I define a college’s quality as the average admission exam score of its student body,(3) Qc = E[Ti|m(i) = c],where m(i) = c is the match function that assigns student i to college c. This definition of quality is common in research on the return to college selectivity (e.g., Dale and Krueger, 2002; Hastings et al., 2013). It is also a good measure of student preferences in settings where colleges use admission scores to select students (Hoxby, 2009; MacLeod et al., 2017). I make two assumptions on college admissions to simplify the model. First, all students have college preferences given by Qc; any college with a larger value of Qc is strictly preferred to another college by all students. Second, colleges are perfectly selective, so that each college admits students with a single test score value (MacLeod and Urquiola, 2015). Under theseassumptions, the quality of a student’s college is equal to her own exam score:(4) Qm(i) = Ti.Since Ti is a normalized score, college quality is also measured in standard deviation units. Further, Qc is a fixed characteristic because colleges enroll students with the same scores regardless of the exam design.My measure of college quality may not capture all ways in which the match between schools and students can affect outcomes. In particular, Qc is likely to be a better measure of school characteristics that are fixed in the short run—such as financial resources—than traits that may change with an admission exam reform—such as peer composition. Below I discuss the potential influence of peer effects and other variable traits on my empirical results. Nonetheless, this definition of college quality is a tractable benchmark that reflects how testing agencies influence admissions in practice: by ranking individuals on their propensity for college success irrespective of student and school responses.
Colleges. The University shall have the following colleges: Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering and Applied Science, Health Sciences, and Law. Each college shall be headed by a dean who shall be responsible for all matters relating to the educational and administrative affairs of the college and who shall report to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. The dean shall preside at meetings of the college faculty, recommend the college budget in consultation with the heads of subunits within the college, transmit and recommend appointments and promotions with respect to academic personnel and staff of the college and exercise general administrative supervision over the educational programs and operations of the college. The faculty of the college shall consist of the President of the University and the Vice President for Academic Affairs (serving as ex officio without vote), the dean, and all members of the University faculty serving in the college. The college faculty shall, subject to the authority of the President and the Trustees, have jurisdiction in all academic matters within the scope of the college, including the determination of curricula, the standards for admission to, continuation in, and graduation from the college, except as authority is otherwise limited by maintenance of general University educational policy and correct academic and administrative relations with other units of the University. Questions of autonomy and jurisdiction between a college faculty and the University faculty or between two college faculties shall be adjudicated by the President of the University, subject to appeal to the Trustees. The college faculty, through the dean of the college, shall recommend candidates for diplomas and degrees in course to the President and the Trustees. Subject to the approval of the Trustees, each college may be organized into schools, departments, divisions or faculties under the general directions of an academic officer.
Colleges. The colleges hereby agrees to ensure the requisite participation as mentioned in the table below: - ICTAK sponsored activity Institutional Commitment Train-the-Teachers on Python and Java Programming skills (any one of it): 2 teachers 2 Teachers (for each training); College can choose one or both training. Trainings will be conducted in common facilities in TVM, Kochi and Kozhikode regions Train-the- Teachers on Life Skills Training: 2 teachers 2 Teachers: Trainings will be conducted in common facilities in TVM, Kochi and Kozhikode regions Teachers to undertake and train their students on the above training programme Min for 60 Hrs of training within 12 months for the programming languages and Min of 40 hrs of training within 12 months, for the Life skills training Students undertaking the Programming skills training Minimum 30 students in a batch Students undertaking the Life-skills training Minimum 30 students Students to undertake the ICTAK Developer test Minimum 25 students in any one of the batches Invitation to participate in ICTAK Conclave at discounted rates Minimum 10 Students and 2 teachers Participation to ICTAK Paper presentation Minimum 1 team Participation to ICTAK Techathlon (ICTAK Technical ideation event) at discounted rates Minimum 1 team Invitation to attend the ICTAK Partner programme Minimum 2 participants Invitation to participate in Teacher’s Top5 industry interaction programme Minimum 2 teachers (and maximum of 5 teachers)