Answer: NRI - A citizen of India, holding an Indian passport, but residing abroad PIO - A foreign national who has Indian origins or Indian ancestors. PIO Card Holder - A PIO holding a PIO Card, as per the Scheme of The Ministry of Home Affairs, 2002 OCI - Overseas Indians who migrated from India after 26th January, 1950, except those from Pakistan and Bangladesh Based on this, according to me, you fit in NRI PIO, again not sure. The Constitution of India does not allow holding Indian citizenship and citizenship of a foreign country simultaneously. Based on the recommendation of the High Level committee on Indian Diaspora, the Government of India decided to grant Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) commonly known as â€˜Dual Citizenshipâ€™. Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) of certain category who migrated from India and acquired citizenship of a foreign country other than Pakistan and Bangladesh, are eligible for grant of OCI as long as their home countries allow dual citizenship in some form or the other under their local laws. Persons who register as OCI are not given any voting rights, election to Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha/Legislative Assembly/Council, holding Constitutional posts such as President, Vice President, Judge of Supreme Court/High Court etc. Registered OCIs are entitled to following benefits: (i) Multiple entry, multi-purpose life long visa to visit India; (ii) Exemption from reporting to Police authorities for any length of stay in India; and (iii) Parity with NRIs in financial, economic and educational fields, except in the acquisition of agricultural or plantation properties.
Answer: Z-DNA is usually found in areas with alternating purine and pyrimidine bases (ie. -ATATAT- ). When you look at it from the side, Z-DNA zig-zags toward the top left of the page/screen (This is essentially what it means when you read "left-handed helical form"), compared to B-DNA ("right-handed") which spins toward the top right. If you look at the top looking down the center of the molecule, B-DNA has no hole in the center (like in A-DNA) and is arranged with the bases in the middle, then the sugar, and then finally the phosphate backbone is at the edges. Z-DNA also lacks a hole in the center, but due to the zig-zagging structure, there is no definite area to locate the bases, sugar, and phosphate backbone -- they are all jumbled up together.
Answer: An RN is a registered nurse who has either completed a diploma, associates, or bachelors degree from an accredited institution, and has passed the state board of nursing exams, and is now licensed to practice. The BSN, is specifically a bachelors in nursing, thus the abbreviation BSN.
Answer: When a parent and a child have the same first, middle, and last names, the older is called Sr. or senior while the younger is Jr. or junior. The senior is sometimes also called the first. In some families, a name will be passed down for several generations, so the grandchild would be the 3rd, etc.
Answer: LAN means Local Area Network, as the name implies its used for local areas such as in your home or office for sharing data, informations or play games etc.. and WAN means Wide Area Network, which is used for wide or broad areas to share data or get informations such as across a country. But to transfer data globally, across the world internet is used.
Answer: its when you have a low platelet count and become at risk of bruising or bleeding. they dont know what causes it. it can go away fast or it can become chronic. its more common among infants and elders than teens and young adults. its no fun. :(
Answer: My son has 8 year old he has ITP for 5 months. His symptoms are just few petechiae and few purpura. His platelte count is around 18000 and stable for two last weeks. Does he need any treatment?
Answer: its quite simple really. The sewage system takes all of the SEWAGE away while the drainage is the reason why its there in the first place. like DRAIN PIPE and SEWERS. Glad i could help. Dwyton Greer
Answer: Instrumental approach has contingencies, always making sure thatevery one is ok in the out come. Manipulative approach is based onconforming all thought to one single notion. Usually forced orharped on until its every persons thought.
Answer: The type of receptor makes a difference. The intensity makes a difference. Some receptors need continual stimulation, while others expect only limited stimulation. Skin, eyes, ears, etc. and internal organs, etc., all have receptors.
Answer: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TPM & TQMCategoryTQMTPMObjectQuality ( Output and effects )Equipment ( Input and cause )Mains of attaining goalSystematize the management. It is software orientedEmployees participation and it is hardware orientedTargetQuality for PPMElimination of losses and wastes.