Examination definition

Examination means an inquiry into a specific element of or process related to bills for services performed under this Agreement. Either party (the “Requesting Party”) may perform one (1) Audit per twelve (12) month period commencing with the Effective Date, with the assistance of the other Party, which will not be unreasonably withheld. The Audit period will include no more than the preceding twelve (12) month period as of the date of the Audit request. The Requesting Party may perform Examinations, as it deems necessary, with the assistance of the other Party, which will not be unreasonably withheld.
Examination means any of the tests used by the board to determine minimum competency prior to the issuance of a barber or barber instructor license.
Examination means achievement and proficiency examinations that are administered to pupils pursuant to 390.105, 390.600, and 390.610, and includes the following:

Examples of Examination in a sentence

  • Scheme of Examination:(a) Mid Semester Examination : 20 Marks(b) Internal Assessment : 20 Marks (15+5)(c) End Semester Examination : 60 Marks Note:- A student shall be eligible to appear in End Semester Examination if he/she appeared in Mid Semester Examination and Internal Assessment and fulfils the requirement of attendance, failing which he/she will not be permitted to appear in the End Semester Examination.

  • Tenders that do not pass the Preliminary Examination will be considered irresponsive and will not be considered further.

  • In case of impersonation/ disorder/ rowdy behavior during Examination, cases shall be booked in the Police Station concerned, apart from disqualifying his /her candidature.

  • Failure to pay the Application Processing fee and Examination fee, wherever applicable, will entail total rejection of application.

  • In addition to the details obtained from OTR database, specific details of Notification such as Examination Centre opted, required qualification and declarations etc., should be filled by the applicant.

More Definitions of Examination

Examination means a theoretical examination, given orally or in writing, or a practical examination, or any combination of these, and includes a supplemental examination;
Examination means a licensure examination required before issuance of a license.
Examination means the current Architect Registration Examination (ARE) accepted by the board.
Examination means an inquiry into a specific element of or process related to services performed under this Agreement. Subject to the restrictions set forth in Article XX, a Party (“Auditing Party”) may audit the other Party's (“Audited Party”) books, records, data and other documents, as provided herein, one (1) time each Contract Year for the purpose of evaluating the accuracy of Audited Party's billing and invoicing. The scope of the Audit shall be limited to the (i) the period subsequent to the last day of the period covered by the Audit which was last performed (or if no Audit has been performed, the Effective Date) and (ii) the twenty-four (24) month period immediately preceding the date the Audited Party received notice of such requested audit. Unless otherwise agreed upon by the Parties in writing, such audit shall begin no fewer than thirty (30) days after Audited Party receives a written notice requesting an audit and shall be conducted by one (1) or more auditor(s) mutually agreed upon by the Parties. The Parties shall select such auditor(s) by the thirtieth day following Audited Party's receipt of a written audit notice. The Auditing Party shall cause the auditor(s) to execute a nondisclosure agreement in a form agreed upon by the Parties.
Examination means a formal assessment, conducted within an officially designated examination session, usually invigilated, and bound by time constraints.
Examination or “Exams” means a test provided by The Linux Foundation, possibly through an Exam Proctoring Partner, which is used to determine whether to issue Certification(s).