biodata


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biodata

(ˈbaɪəʊˌdeɪtə; -ˌdɑːtə)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) information regarding an individual's education and work history, esp in the context of a selection process
[C20: from bio(graphical) + data]
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The organisation, while not touching on the separate issue of the vandalization allegation against Apkovweta, is holding Nigerian immigration agency accountable for violating the data privacy rights of the citizen by publicly displaying his passport biodata page, containing personally identifiable information on social media.
"In this case, however, the police carried with him what seemed to be a biodata form, which he referred to as he solicited information regarding the teacher's height, weight, educational background, and history of residence, among others," he added.
SC summoned all the biodata of Zulfi Bukhari and report about process of his appointment and his eligibility.
It adds more weightage to one's biodata. Hence, many 'shops' have come up that function as publishing houses of several magazines and they get the job done with elan.
Microbiotica is based at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge, UK, with offices in the Biodata Innovation Centre and laboratories in the Sanger Institute.
On January 11, 2018, a number of officials from Military Intelligence (MI) under supervision of a subedar came to our residence, took complete biodata and information of our entire family and informed us that a fake case of sectarian charges has been registered against your father, he told Pakistan Today.
Read their biodata to help you know more about their qualifications even if majority of our voters can't read and write.
Voters may be swamped with resumes of barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) candidates should the Commission on Elections (Comelec) require candidates to submit their biodata.
According to his biodata, Fisher had been an employee in the Springfield district since 1990 and had worked at Thurston High School from 1990 till 2005, when he joined the Academy of Arts and Academics.
Biodata of the candidates contesting the elections have been scrutinized.
Now that we've considered how cognition and biodata play their respective roles influencing investors, it's time to look at the third and perhaps most challenging behavioral element -- individual factors.
biodata of housemaids, tenants, availability of copies of FIRs, issuance of international driving permit, issuance of driving learning permit, renewal of driving license, vehicle clearance certificates, etc.