enrolment : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the act of enrolling

  • Those which have come true include: 1) limited enrolment; 2) the four-course system by which upper-class students choose two major courses and two minor, and must stand high in .

  • Peter Hain in ifaonline.co.uk
    Hain says: "Automatic enrolment and the introduction of a compulsory employer contribution would be a huge social change - resulting in millions more savers, and billions of pounds more being saved towards retirement. It's good news that people are...
  • John Howard in Melbourne Herald Sun
    From the start of the 2008 school year, Centrelink will ...... begin random checks requiring parents of primary school-aged children to provide evidence of enrolment and regular attendance at school,Mr Howard said in a statement. "From the...
  • Tom Hanks in Washington Post
    We have initiated a major thrust in expanding higher education. The objective is to expand the gross enrolment ratio in higher education from 11.6 percent to 15 percent by the end of the 11th (Five-Year) Plan and to 21 percent by the end of the... Manmohan Singh http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manmohan_Singh&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH6ZyRkwy1bOgMraS9dZn9q9TYvkg Khaleej Times http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArticle08.asp%3Fxfile%3Ddata/indiaspecial/2008/July/indiaspecial_July42.xml%26section%3Dindiaspecial&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG3pjaxCBjKGjLMy2TBIV-KAUz_tw Jul 22, 2008 33323 42622 ensemble Paul was a member of the ensemble more than anything else," Hanks said. "He didn't care about the hierarchy, but he was a guy, quite frankly, who should have won the Nobel Peace Prize."

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