well-qualified


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well-qualified

adj (well qualified when postpositive)
having good or excellent qualifications
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Adj.1.well-qualified - more than adequately qualifiedwell-qualified - more than adequately qualified; "a well-qualified officer"
qualified - meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task; "many qualified applicants for the job"
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But it seems that, even in today's modern world, our country lacks well-qualified teachers.
The agreement was signed in a bid to provide well-qualified personnel who are eligible to deal with technological challenges, especially in the cybersecurity field, the MoI said in a statement Sunday.
So I humbly request to the government of Balochistan to take serious actions on this actionable issue and provide well-qualified teachers.
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