educational institution

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Noun1.educational institution - an institution dedicated to educationeducational institution - an institution dedicated to education
institution, establishment - an organization founded and united for a specific purpose
preschool - an educational institution for children too young for elementary school
school - an educational institution; "the school was founded in 1900"
school - an educational institution's faculty and students; "the school keeps parents informed"; "the whole school turned out for the game"
college - an institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university
university - a large and diverse institution of higher learning created to educate for life and for a profession and to grant degrees
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Wopsle's great-aunt, besides keeping this Educational Institution, kept - in the same room - a little general shop.
These were the ambitious youths of the race, at work with an earnestness that put to shame the conventional student life of most educational institutions.
Physical examination - women under 40, Municipal budget preschool educational institution kindergarten 527, Municipal budget preschool educational institution kindergarten of combined type 267, Municipal budget preschool educational institution kindergarten 239 "golden apple", Municipal budget preschool educational institution kindergarten 441
Eleven such cases were pertaining to the QAU only, the prime educational institution of the capital.
In a limited number of cases, an educational institution may provide educational services to students free of charge and the education is wholly funded by government grants.
It is clear and unmistakable from the aforequoted constitutional provision that non-stock, non-profit educational institutions are constitutionally exempt from tax on all revenues derived in pursuance of its purpose as an educational institution and used actually, directly and exclusively for educational purposes.
Whether receipt of aid from the Government alter the nature or character of the minority educational institution receiving aid.
In a question about the reasons for enrolling by some students at unrecognized universities, al-Jabri said that the Ministry of Higher Education always recommends that students wishing to complete their university studies to ensure the recognition of the educational institution, study system and the accreditation of the programs they wish to enroll at by visiting the Ministry's website or by contacting the department to ascertain the accreditation of the educational institution before admission, so that the student gets recognized degrees and not to lose time and money for nothing.
The Oxford Educational Institution, Bangalore is known for academic excellence and covers the whole gamut of needs from primary level to post graduate level in the academic fields of teacher's training, management, hospitality, industry, science, engineering, information technology, nursing, pharmacy, physiotherapy, dental education and medical courses.
In an educational institution, a stakeholder analysis would start by identifying the obvious and well-known stakeholders: students, faculty, and administrators.
221(d) defines this as a loan obtained to refinance other qualified education loans or to pay qualified higher education expenses (QHEEs) for an eligible student at an eligible educational institution.
Furthermore, comprehensive assessment of service learning should address the interests of all stakeholders in the process, utilizing instruments that capture the interplay among faculty, students, community, and educational institution.

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