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  Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Private candidates shall not be allowed to offer for their examination, a subject (even if the subject is recognised for the examination) which is not being taught in an affiliated School.
Private candidates shall not be allowed to offer such subjects for the examination which involve practical work except in the case of candidates who had failed earlier and who had put in a regular course of study at an institution affiliated to the Board in the previous academic year.
Private candidates shall not be allowed to offer for their examination a subject (even if the subject is recognised for the examination) which is not being taught in an affiliated institution.
www.education.nic.in /htmlweb/circulars/cbse_private.htm   (1492 words)

  
 Main & Arizona Full Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Arizona legislative candidates are eligible for $10,000 for a contested primary election and an additional $15,000 for a contested general election.
Incumbents comprised 37 percent of the candidates in Maine in 1998 and 33 percent of the candidates in 2000.
On average, Democratic candidates raised 81 percent of the amount Republican candidates raised, and the per-candidate average for both parties declined 20 percent in 2000, compared to the previous election cycle.
www.followthemoney.org /press/ZZ/20010301.phtml   (2341 words)

  
 Private registration
Candidates who have passed the SSLC Examination without eligibility to seek admission in a college affiliated to the University shall not be eligible to apply for registration as Private Candidates.
In case the candidate does not register for the examination in the year for which Private Registration is granted in the subsequent year, he/she should renew the registration, surrendering the original memo.
Private candidates should furnish the name of the examination with register number and year with month for which they first appeared and state whether they remitted the fee for registration as matriculates.
www.keralauniversity.edu /privateregistration.htm   (3875 words)

  
 Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Rawalpindi - Statistics of SSC Examination
It may be noted that the pass percentage of private candidates for the years 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 is less as compared to Regular Students for the same years.Table-3 supports this observation.
The pass percentage comparison of Male and Female candidates for the SSC Annual examinations 1999-2003 shows that although the number of Male candidate is increasing constantly throughout these four years, the pass percentage of Female candidates is much better than that of Male candidates.
Again the pass percentage of Female candidates is 20.36% which is higher than that of pass percentage of Male candidates for the year 2003 and it has been 18.74% higher in 1999,18.35% in 2000,14.86% in 2001 and 14.00% in 2002.
www.biserwp.edu.pk /Stat_SSC_Exam.asp   (1080 words)

  
 Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Rawalpindi - Examination Instructions
Candidates admitted in the recognized institutions of the Board according to the rule and regulations of the Board are the regular candidates.
Private students should mention the Examination center, which is within the radius of 6 KM of their residence.
It is obligatory upon the candidates, Parents, the heads of the institutions and the general Public to have full knowledge of rules and regulations of the examination concerned.
www.biserwp.edu.pk /EInstructions.asp   (1062 words)

  
 The Aftermath: For Politicians, Bounds of Private Life Diminish
Dozens of candidates and strategists at the local, state and national levels express concern that the political climate wrought by the White House scandal has set the tone for a sullied discourse in the elections of 2000.
Candidates are already plotting how to contend with aggressive inquiries into their private lives.
Despite his insistence that private conduct is unimportant, Quayle, in response to a question on national television, declared that he had been faithful to his wife.
partners.nytimes.com /library/politics/021499impeach-politicians.html   (1598 words)

  
 NATIONAL POLICY ON THE CONDUCT OF ADULT BASIC EDUCATION AND TRAINING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In cases where the refusal of permission to an unregistered candidate to write an examination may lead to a possible disruption of the examination at the centre, the candidate should be allowed to write the examination, but thereafter it should be treated as an irregularity.
If a candidate fails to produce the required documents, an irregularity will be declared and the candidate will be allowed to present the required documents to the invigilator after the examination, failing which the normal procedure pertaining to irregularities must be followed.
The candidate should be informed that the fact that he/she may continue with the examination is not a condonation of his/her contravention of the examination rules and that the incident will be reported to the provincial department.
www.polity.org.za /html/govdocs/policy/2002/education/abet.html   (11885 words)

  
 People's Daily Online -- Ethiopia's private candidates call for access to media coverage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The private candidates said that the concerned bodies denied them to give airtime on radio and television to introduce their programs and agendas to their supporters.
Major Sisay Tsegaye, chairman of the private candidates, said that the private candidates are currently at the crossroad to fairly compete for the May elections.
The private candidates, who were gathered at the NEBE headquarters to present their request, were unable to talk with the officials due to the board's refusal to allow journalists to attend their discussion.
english1.peopledaily.com.cn /200504/08/eng20050408_180057.html   (526 words)

  
 Private Candidates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Candidates who follow a course of study at OCR centres are the main people our exams are designed for.
Private candidates must meet the full requirements of any exam for which they are entered.
Private candidates are identified separately in summaries of the centre's results and in results data sent to the agency responsible for compiling school performance tables.
ocr.org.uk /OCR/WebSite/docroot/candparents/privcandfaqs.do?...   (171 words)

  
 Plus Two exam form schedule announced
For private candidates appearing in the matriculation examination, the last date of submission of admission forms is September 30 with a fee of Rs 250 plus Rs 20 per practical.
The private candidates of all groups appearing for plus two exams can submit their admission forms with a fee of Rs 260 plus Rs 20 per practical by September 30 and thereafter the schedule for submission of admissions forms and fee would be the same as that of matric (private candidates) as stated above.
Regular candidates appearing for plus two of all groups can submit their admission forms with a fee of Rs 210 plus Rs 20 per practical by October 15 and thereafter a late fee of Rs 100 would be charged for acceptance of admission forms by October 31.
www.expressindia.com /ie/daily/19980805/21751214.html   (490 words)

  
 The Hindu : Norm relaxed for private HSC students
A DGE release, setting out the special instructions for private candidates to the HSC examination, said as per this year's new norms, the students had to get a minimum mark of 40 out of 150 in theory paper and 30 out of 50 marks in the practical paper in the relevant subjects.
The examination paper for the direct private candidates (writing for the first time) would be changed according to the revised syllabus.
As the papers in all subjects written by private candidates were to be given `dummy numbers', all answer books would be issued with the relevant fly-leaves, the release added.
www.hinduonnet.com /2001/02/04/stories/04042236.htm   (347 words)

  
 The Hindu : Plus Two private candidates in a spot
It has virtually become impossible for the students to conform to the directions of the Anna University, within a couple of days after publication of results, especially when June 15 happens to be a Government holiday on account of Meelad-un-Nabi, their parents say.
The very logic behind the system of ``improvement examinations'' has been subjected to a mockery, say the private candidates, whose plight has been made pitiable even after having waited for one full year, during the crucial part of their academic life.
As per the announced schedule, the private candidates would be getting their results four days after the completion of admission formalities in the arts and science colleges.
www.hinduonnet.com /2000/06/05/stories/0405223a.htm   (380 words)

  
 The Right to Private Property [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
One reason that it must be shown that the social regulative principle of a right to private property is sound and that it ought to be respected and protected in human community life is that it is a vital conceptual or logical implication of the individualist story.
But, as moral agents and as candidates for membership in some human communities or societies, we are morally responsible to take into consideration and never neglect the fact that we must judge those societies as to whether they do adequate justice to our individuality, most generally, and whether they best serve our flourishing.
So the right to private property is the concrete manifestation of the possibility of responsible conduct in a community where there are lots of people who need to know what they ought to do and with what they ought to do it.
www.iep.utm.edu /p/property.htm   (8517 words)

  
 Virginia Council for Private Education
The Virginia Council for Private Education (VCPE) oversees accreditation of nonpublic preschool, elementary and secondary schools in the Commonwealth.
VCPE facilitates a statewide framework for communication and cooperation among private schools, their public school counterparts, state and local governments, and other agencies and organizations.
state recognized accredited private school to a public school and ensures recognition of teacher licensure credits for time served in an accredited private school.
www.vcpe.org   (303 words)

  
 Guidelines for Private Candidates Seeking Admission to Board Examinations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
A ‘private Candidate’ means a person who is not a Regular Candidate but, under the provisions of byelaws, is allowed to undertake and/or appear in the All India/Delhi Senior School Certificate Examination or All India/Delhi Secondary School Examination of the oard.
In the case of private candidates, endorsement may be signed by a Gazetted Officer.
Migration certificate is issued only to those candidates who have passed an examination of the Board or to those who have been placed in compartment in order to enable them to seek admission for a further course of study.
tripura.nic.in /education/faq.htm   (2308 words)

  
 THE NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In 2004 the number of examination centres for School Candidates was 1,010 while the number of examination centres for Private Candidates was 374.
The number of candidate in Government Schools who failed the CSEE November 2004 is 876  (05.94%), compared to 1,468 (09.19%) candidates who failed the examination in 2003.
The number of candidates in Community Secondary Schools who failed the CSEE November 2004 is 1,478 (15.30%) compared to 3,491 (16.82%) candidates who failed the examination in 2003.
www.tanzania.go.tz /matokeo2004/Olev2004/P0001.htm   (2740 words)

  
 KARACHI: SSC exams begin today -DAWN - Local; 5, April 2005
He said that examination centres had been established at private schools because the board felt that they were in better condition in comparison to the public schools.
The private schools would have better facilities, like drinking water, electricity, fans, etc., and the board did not have to bother about providing furniture to such schools to accommodate candidates, he explained.
In reply to a question, he said that students of private schools approached the board even on Monday for issuance of duplicate admit cards, claiming that their schools were not issuing the same to them on account of fee settlement.
www.dawn.com /2005/04/05/local2.htm   (553 words)

  
 Edupk.com - Admit cards of HSC candidates issued   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
KARACHI: The Board of Intermediate Education has dispatched the admit cards to the candidates of HSC Humanities (Private) annual examination, at their respective addresses, a board official said on Thursday.
The private candidates, who did not receive admit cards latest by May 15, should contact the BIE office on May 17 for issuance of duplicate cards, the official added.
According to the breakdown of the registered candidates, the number of regular candidates, appearing in part-I, is 14,508 and of those in part-II is 14,688, while private candidates in part-I are 9,412 and those in part-II are 11,319.
www.edupk.com /modules.php?name=News&file=print&sid=176   (182 words)

  
 April 22, 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The report shows that Texas candidates benefited most heavily from the contributions, with 156 candidates receiving more than $361,000 of the $1.1 million give by private-prison interests in the 2000 election cycle.
In all, private-prison contributions totaled $56,650, with 95 percent of the money going to incumbent candidates, who typically have an extremely high rate of success in their re-election contests and thus were likely to be acting on legislation affecting the industry.
Executives and lobbyists for private prisons were active campaign contributors in 2000, giving 122 candidates more than $158,400.
www.grassrootsleadership.org /press_rels/NIMSP_Release.html   (1053 words)

  
 Australian Private Hospitals Association - Media Releases - CANDIDATES PREFER PRIVATE HOSPITALS
be treated in a private hospital than a public hospital, and that 80% have actually
candidates have a high level of personal awareness of the private hospitals industry.
private hospital utilisation exhibited by the rest of the population.
www.apha.org.au /read/2375385851   (303 words)

  
 EO - GCSEs
However, experience has shown that although some venues say they will accept private candidates, in practice this means that often they will only do this if they are running the same GCSE you are wanting to take.
A further problem which has been encountered is that the venues may only accept those private candidates who are their own ex-students retaking exams they have failed.
Edexcel are willing for private candidates to take this qualification if they can find a venue.
www.education-otherwise.org /Links/Resources-Qualifications/GCSEs.htm   (2130 words)

  
 CFO - Initial Screening Criteria for Review of Private Financing Candidates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Private Financing (PF) is most likely to be appropriate in projects where there is a medium to high level of certainty of what is required and where there is a whole of life requirement involving a mix of assets and services.
Projects that have potential to be delivered using PF are screened for operational, practical and financial feasibility to achieve a high level of confidence that PF is appropriate.
The Directorate of Private Financing and Commercial Support (PFCS) is able to provide advice on whether a study is justified and review the parameters for the study to provide the best possible framework and range of options.
www.defence.gov.au /cfo/privfin/manual/03.htm   (1166 words)

  
 Calcutta - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In addition to that, private candidates can appear for examinations of either the C.B.S.E., West Bengal Board and other state boards which conduct their courses in the city.
Other public universities or institutions which operate in Calcutta or conduct courses in affiliated colleges or institutes are IIT Kharagpur, Visva Bharati University, Vidyasagar University, University of Kalyani, Aligarh Muslim University, Himachal Pradesh University, Madurai Kamaraj University, IGNOU and the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.
Foreign and private universities like the University of London, University of Cambridge (Local Exams Syndicate), Troy State University, Ashington University, TAFE Australia, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, XLRI Jamshedpur, International Management Institute (Delhi), Rai University, EIILM University, Sikkim Manipal University and Wigan and Leigh College, UK also operate in Calcutta.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /calcutta.htm   (3726 words)

  
 Conditions for Regi...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Proclamation No. 111 of 1995, Article 40 says that candidates may be nominated by political organizations or concerned individuals may present themselves as private candidates.
2.Nomination of candidates by the organizations referred to in sub-article 1 of this Article shall be made through the joint forum they form consisting of representatives from their respective organs at the constituency level.
The condition laid down for candidate qualification in proclamation 264 of 1969 is very strict when compared to that of the other two proclamations.
www.telecom.net.et /~walta/profile/html/conditions_for_regi___.html   (1079 words)

  
 CityBeat: Burning Questions (2002-10-31)
Candidates with public funding can't spend more than three times a council member's annual salary, or a total of about $165,000.
Candidates are some of the best watchdogs on other candidates, according to Bill Woods, co-chair of Citizens for Fair Elections.
Only 17 of the 30 mayoral and council candidates in 2001 received at least 150 donations, according to an analysis by the Citizens Policy Center, a division of Ohio Citizen Action.
www.citybeat.com /2002-10-31/bq.shtml   (1145 words)

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