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ISLAMABAD -- As the deadline by the apex higher education body for terminating the antiquated two-year graduate programmes near, a university in the federal capital has allowed a fistful of government colleges to start offering the new four-year programmes, but only after they re-secure affiliation with the varsity.
The younger generation has started abandoning the practice of acquiring or following the political views of the parents and behaving more sensibly ahead of election through showing their affiliation with their own favorite political party.
He was also the secretary of the campus provision committee of UoS and played a key role in all the violations involved in establishingsub-campuses and grant of affiliations to private colleges.
There will be no "great affiliation switch" in four locales where Sinclair Broadcast Group operates television stations.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 11, 2018-Sinclair Broadcast and ABC extends and renews affiliation agreements till 2022
Authors who list alternate affiliations are certainly a problem for those conducting affiliation searches.
CVS Health has been entering affiliations with hospitals and other health care providers as a way to keep patients out of emergency rooms and cut down on repeat visits to doctors' offices and hospitals.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 10, 2015-CW Network, Sinclair Broadcast Group reach affiliation agreement
Affiliations can provide CVS with an opportunity to help hospitals and physicians keep patients out of emergency rooms through the provision of less-expensive care.
Despite all the noise and tall claims about foreign affiliations, there remains the void which, if filled, can improve the functioning of local organizations, raising the status of an affiliation to more than just a superficial linkage.
The study published in the open access journal PLOS ONE by David Laniado and colleagues from Barcelona Media, Spain, and University of Southern California revealed how Wikipedia users displayed political affiliations and interacted with others who stated different affiliations.