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tenure

Academia A status granted to a person with a 'terminal' degree–eg, doctor of medicine–MD or doctor of philosophy–PhD, after a trial period, which protects him/her from summary dismissal; tenured academicians are expected to assume major duties in research, teaching and, if applicable, Pt care fostering, through their activities, the academic 'agenda' of their respective departments or institutions. See Endowed chair, Lecturer, Professor. Cf Chair.

tenure

(tĕn′yĕr) [L. tenēre, to hold]
1. The holding of a property, place, or occupational assignment.
2. The specification that an employee (typically someone in an academic setting) may hold a position permanently unless he or she behaves with gross negligence.
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Bajwa's extension of his tenure comes amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan following New Delhi's historic move of abrogating Article 370 that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcating the state into two Union Territories.
Meanwhile, an association representing SHOs said that the tenure should apply to the DPOs.
Wiersema and Bantel (1992), for example, found that members of the top management of firms most likely to change their corporate strategy have lower average and shorter organisational tenure. From this perspective, a younger board would likely more rapidly respond to change and develop better strategies, which should translate into greater future cash flows and higher share prices.
This lack of breadth speaks against tenure's claim to promote academic freedom.
There had been decrease of 17 percent not 77 percent in the FDI which was due to repatriation of profit on old investment, he said , adding the FDI had increased by 13.3 percent during the first six months of PTI government as compared to the previous tenures.
Caretakers are to be appointed, not to get tenure extended.
In 2019, Beyond the Tenure Track will launch its Professional Pathways Planner, a goal-setting and organizational system that will help academics to focus their career plans, plan for degree completion and improve their priority management skills as they prepare to enter the job market.View the full article from NJBIZ at http://www.njbiz.com/article/20181214/NJBIZ01/181219912/beyond-the-tenure-track-signs-national-licensing-agreement.
These field specialists, who primarily publish, read, and cite papers from non-T5 journals, play a very large role in the hiring and promotion of prospective tenure candidates."
The Act passed at the House of Representatives cancels all other tenure positions as requested, except that it exempts those at GAC, NEC and CBL, and wants positions at the PPCC and LACC to be reviewed.
The first problem with tenure in the country is a bizarre emphasis on quantity over quality.
'A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked 'Imran Khan's tenure as Prime Minister will be better, worse or same as the previous government?' 52% said it will be better, 21% said it will be worse, 20% said that there will be no change while 7% did not respond to the question.
of Pakistanis believed that Imran Khan's tenure would be better than the previous government.