VCS


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VCS

Abbreviation for:
vascular closure system
voluntary and community sector
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ANSPs often install independent VCS simulator and training systems so that the ongoing controller activities at the operational VCS are not disturbed.
VCs are not issued nor guaranteed by any jurisdiction and do not have legal tender status.
The bill further states that Chancellors shall be appointed by the President after the PSC identifies and ranks three candidates from a list of five names submitted by the university senate.Dr Wasonga told the National Assembly Committee on Education chaired by Tinderet MP Julius Melly that VCs appointments should be left to academicians and PSC should keep off lecturers affairs.
'VCs are seemingly gaining momentum in terms of usage as a medium for payment and remittances in the country.
As transactions of VCs are encrypted, they are also likely being used to carry out illegal/subversive activities, such as terror-funding, smuggling, drug trafficking and other money-laundering acts, the Ministry claimed.
While e-money is a digital payment mechanism for (and denominated in) fiat currency, VCs are not denominated in fiat currency and have their own unit of account.
Besides, the reduction of uncertainty and ambiguity can also leads to substantial transaction costs, which VCs might transfer to their funded firms' post investment.
Why User-driven and Trusty Protection Management for User-driven VCs
Except for IoT, most others are olders areas that are being cited by VCs as their favorites for the last three years.
VC contracts include a myriad of esoteric and intricate cash flow contingencies (Bartlett 1995; Hart 2001; Kaplan and Stromberg 2003; Metrick and Yasuda 2010): VCs are well-versed about these contingencies, as they repeatedly negotiate contracts and observe their outcomes.
Even the VCs of Quaid-e-Azam and International Islamic Universities are yet to be appointed.
Patil has set up search committees comprising eminent academicians from across the country to handpick suitable candidates for the posts of vice- chancellors ( VCs) and pro- vice- chancellors ( Pro- VCs) in the state's 11 universities.