weightage

weightage

(ˈweɪtɪdʒ)
n
chiefly Indian another name for weighting
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However, the vote weightage of the lawmakers from the adjacent parliaments is different.
The black coat has immense respect in society as the whole society pinned high hopes on legal fraternity and gave remarkable weightage to the opinion of lawyers, he added.
For instance, no marks were given for post-doc experience, no credit for PhD and MPhil research supervision, no weightage was given for university-level teaching experience, no credit for membership/fellowship of national/international academic organisations/bodies and no weightage for academic research projects was given in the new criteria.
66 per cent more weightage than the vote of a citizen in NA-256.
I can't believe that their word could ever be given more weightage over mine when it comes to cricket terms.
The 'Masajid committees' would also be given due weightage in the process.
The committee in its early meeting had expressed concern over the new appointment and promotion policy of the NBP under which the weightage of interview for any post of senior level had been enhanced up to 50 percent, which the committee opined would compromise merit-based appointments in the bank.
Traditionally, we have had 40 per cent weightage to bureaus, but because there is so much data available that weightage may be 20%.
68% weightage in the CPI basket, saw its index unchanged from the previous month's level but showed 4.
The weightage for housing was increased by 4 ppts to 33%.
We have estimated that the weightage of Saudi Arabia in the MSCI EM Index would be 2.