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n.1.See Dit, n., 2.
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SOLID FOUNDATION: Lerwick-based DITT's work on the PS6 million Eric Gray @Seafield facility picked up the best public sector project award
The DITT officialsaid the private entity willhave to handle e-waste inan environment-friendlymanner.
DITT selected eManage to provide this solution for implementation at the U.S.
Search engines, data mining and visualization, abstract, summary, user-defined graphical user interfaces, and system and information security capabilities are advanced tools that CALL, under the DITT program, is working on.
Examination of enrollments at the Minden Gymnasium led Ditt to conclude, contrary to Muller's views, that that school "neither was a differentiated comprehensive school at the beginning of the nineteenth century nor became toward the end of the century a school for sons of the educated." In fact, "during the second half of the nineteenth century the proportion of upper-class sons among the pupils in the middle and upper grades of the Gymnasium and Realgymnasium fell markedly." (pp.
However, the Director of the Department of Information Technology and Telecom (DITT), Jigme Thinley Namgyal said the department has not received any directive from the government yet to go ahead with the App as it will consume time and money to be launched.
The panel of judges comprised of German cultural counsellor, Dr.Thomas Ditt Representative DAAD Ms Frau Ursula Saarbeck and Research officer GIZ Ms Julia Prerting.
Thomas Ditt, Head of Press and Cultural Affairs Embassy of republic of Germany, Tariq Shafi, Vice President and Chairman Regional Committee of Federal Chamber of Commerce and Industry and attend the ceremony.