impartation


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Noun1.impartation - the transmission of information
transmission - communication by means of transmitted signals
giving - the imparting of news or promises etc.; "he gave us the news and made a great show of the giving"; "giving his word of honor seemed to come too easily"
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Universities now follow the semester system of education which he argues, besides impartation of state-of-the-art education, demands constant monitoring and evaluation of the students.
Members of RCCG parishes in and around region 21 and Christians of other denominations are billed to be in for impartation and heavenly inspiration at the special service.
Zubair praised the role of the LUMHS towards the impartation of higher education.
Abstract: The University of Navarra's Faculty of Theology is a fruit of Saint Josemaria Escriva's desire of incorporating the sacred sciences in the academic realm and leveraging the impartation thereof.
The impartation of education comes in different forms and it can be formal or informal.
He said that efforts are also being made to ensure impartation of quality education.
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Bangara said business and professional process always undergo innovative changes in Dubai and the chapter will play a constructive role in knowledge impartation.
Attendees will receive impartation from a power-packed line up of guest speakers including Pastor Renee Roberts, Pastor Maurnette Odle, Doctor Jackie Greene, Pastor Vedia Jackson, and Prophetess Cynthia Thompson.
This has necessitated a shift in the method of teaching from the traditional approach to resource-based approach requiring the impartation of information literacy skills in students.
The impartation of "meaning," or narrative, wasn't necessarily the point here--the work's surface was.