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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Kiran Kumar Vissa of Rythu Swarajya Vedika said the government's various schemes had failed to provide relief to farmers but private companies and traders.
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.
He was addressing the gathering after giving away Swarajya Awards 2017, organized by India Ideas Conclave 2017, in Panaji, Goa today.
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Abhineet Singh, Chinese Corridors And Their Economic, Political Implications For India, Swarajya (June 7, 2016), http://swarajyamag.
Jagannathan, editorial director of the conservative Swarajya magazine, called the new regulations "politically stupid, economically unsustainable, morally and ethically unacceptable and communally dangerous.
Giving the " reform, perform and transform" slogan in his third Independence Day address, Modi said the government has to be sensitive, responsible, accountable, transparent and efficient to complete the journey from ' Swarajya ( self- governance) to ' Suraj' ( good governance).
Swarajya Lakshmi, Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, Maheshwara Medical College and Hospital, Chitkul Village, IsnapurX Roads, Medak, Telangana.
Inspired by the Gandhian principles of Sarvodaya (progress for all), i n 1964, Chandi Prasad Bhattfrom Gopeshwar in today's Uttarakhand formed the Dasholi Gram Swarajya Sangh (Society for Village Self-Rule), with a purpose to generate local employment through sustainable use of forest produces.
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The public meetings which the 'Sangha' organized in Dacca were very well-attended by women and ranged from demanding franchise for women to remembering the Swarajya Party and Bengal Congress leader C.