self-governance

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self-governance

1. Self-rule; local responsibility for administration and functions of an organization, even though it is part of a larger entity.
2. A model of health care management in which the power base for decisions of patient care is decentralized. The responsibility and accountability for patient care rest directly with all levels of care providers through self-direction, self-regulation, and self-management. Advisory committees reflecting a cross section of caregivers (new graduates, experienced professionals, faculty, and managers) maintain final decision-making authority within the work setting.
See: shared governance
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"We are setting up village/ward secretariats for achieving gram Swarajya. One volunteer for every 50 families will be deployed with an honorarium of Rs 5,000.
In October 1920 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, upon being elected HRL President on Jinnah's proposals, went about changing its constitution and its aims and objects and renaming it Swarajya Sabha rather unilaterally.
Image Credit: Pankaj Sharma/Gulf News On the set of Marathi TV Series Swarajya Rakshak Sambhaji at Goregaon film city.
(18) Shahu, who was brought up as a captive in the Mughal imperial household, was officially granted the Swarajya Sanad by the Mughal emperor in 1719.
Right wing thinker and editor of the very pro RSS magazine Swarajya, R Jagannathan, in a signed article "Mandir Bachao: Why Sabarimala Is More Important Than Ram Mandir Right Now," says Amit Shah will have to win this test of wills first.
Primary Wings (morning and afternoon shifts) performed dance numbers 'Salaam India' and 'Swarajya Is My Birthright', respectively.
In an interview with the Swarajya magazine, the Prime Minister denied that he was worried over the formation of a Grand Alliance of opposition parties and stressed that such attempts were not motivated by national good but are about the personal political survival and power politics.
India's economy could reach $10tn by 2030, according to chairperson and managing director of India's Reliance Industries, Mukesh Ambani, as reported by the Indian Swarajya magazine.
Arihant Pawariya is Digital Content Manager, Swarajya
(7.) Abhineet Singh, Chinese Corridors And Their Economic, Political Implications For India, Swarajya (June 7, 2016), http://swarajyamag.com/world/chinese-corridors-and-their-economicpolitical-implications-for- india.