Asked in Colleges and Universities
Colleges and Universities
Which college is best Autonomous or Non autonomous?
Which college is best Autonomous or Non autonomous for engineering?
Asked in Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh Technical University UPTU, Maharasthra State Entrance Engineering Test MHT-CET
Which colleges value is more Autonomous colleges or non autonomous colleges for engineering?
Asked in Education
Should you prefer an autonomous college or a colllege under VTU for engineering?
Autonomous College are the top few colleges which have build their reputation over time and in most cases should be preferred over non autonomous colleges. Autonomous college have to design their own couses and administer the tests. Also they do not express the candiates ability in percentage but in CGPA that stands for cumilative grade point average. Tushar
Asked in Microbiology, Genetics, Evolution
What are non-autonomous transposable elements in Biology?
Non-autonomous transposable elements (TE) are mobile genetic elements. They are DNA segments that can move from one position to another in the genome. Nonautonomous TE's cannot transpose by themselves because they lack the transposase gene that autonomous TEs have. Nonautonomous TE's require autnomous elements to transpose, and their insertions are stable because they can't move by themselves - unlike autonomous TEs.
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Cell Biology (cytology)
What is non-cell autonomous?
What is the legal definition for an Autonomous body a Private Body and Non Government Organizations?
Which is correct Autonomous nonprofit organization or independent nonprofit organization?
Asked in Literature and Language
What does quasi-autonomous mean?
Quasi means resembling or having some but not all the features of. Autonomous means self-governing; independent; subject to its own laws only. Therefore the term quasi-autonomous usually refers to something which is like something else and does the same sort of things but it is not the same and therefore it is independent. You might have heard of the term (quango or qango) quasi-autonomous non-governmental organisation. This refers to a public body which carries out similar duties as the government, it is funded by tax payers but not controlled directly by central government. Examples include the Environment Agency, Road Service, Regional Development Agencies, national galleries and museums, regulators such as Ofcom.
What is cell autonomy?
A genetic trait in multicellular organisms in which only genotypically mutant cells exhibit the mutant phenotype. eg. a transcription factor is usually cell autonomous. Conversely, a cell non-autonomous trait is one in which genotypically mutant cells can be rescued to wildtype phenotype by neighbouring genotypically wildtype cells. eg. A signalling factor will often have non-autonomous effects. There is also the very rare case of domineering non-autonomy in which genotypically mutant cells cause other cells (regardless of their genotype) to exhibit a mutant phenotype. eg. in types of polarity, where a mutant cell sends an incorrect polarity signal to the neighboring wildtype cell.
Asked in International Government
Is China democratic or a non-democratic country?
The People's Republic of China can be closely described as a non-democratic state as it is in essentials a Socialist state, although its economy can be said to be getting more liberal and Capitalist. The Republic of China however, is democratic. The semi-autonomous Chinese province of Hong Kong is only partially democratic however.
Asked in Conspiracy Theories
Is akinator controlled by people?
Yes, of course it is. So far, there are no autonomous non human robots that have their own website. Websites are a commercial enterprise set up to provide income for the operators (people). A computer or website doesn't have its own need for income. So far, computers only do what people direct them to do.
Asked in Microbiology, Protozoa
How do amoeba multiply?
Amoeba use binary fission as their sole method of reproduction. Binary fission simply means an entire organism dividing into two entire organisms. The concept of binary fission is similar to mitosis, but mitosis is dividing of a non-autonomous cell into two. For example, the cells in skin perform mitosis.
Is Indian Institute of commerce and Trade Lucknow in recognised by UGC?
IICT is a non-university institution. All program of IICT are autonomous and do not come under perview of of UGC/AICTE. IICT do not award any degree. IICT only award Diploma .In the changing economic environment what matters most is the recognition by the employers. The MBA Program is highly appreciated and valued by blue-chip employers, as it is a uniquely designed program in Management, comprehensively covering all the functional areas of management in great depth. In today's buyers' market, these professionals will have good prospects in Indian companies and also in MNCs operating in India. All programme are autonomous.
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities, Spain
What two non-Spanish speaking countries border Spain?
What are the best non private schools in the Canberra Australia?
Asked in Buddhism
What is the idea of self in Buddhism?
It depends on the school of Buddhism you ascribe to. Thedavara considers that ego and personality (the core of "self") are a delusion and an impediment to the achievement of enlightenment and Nirvana. Mahayana feels all perception of being independent as beings or physical forms is mistaken, we are not separate or autonomous beings. We should all achieve the emptiness of non-self together
What did SA stand for in Germany?
== == Historically, SA stood for "Sturmabteilung" which referred to the stormtroopers or brownshirts, the Nazi Party's paramilitary wing, which in 1931-1933 (and again later) beat up opponents of the Nazis in the streets. Originally, the SS was a section of the SA but became fully autonomous in 1934. Since 1945 the abbreviation has been avoided in Germany in non-historical contexts.
How much more do college graduates get paid than non college graduates?
Asked in Languages and Cultures
How many spain speaking countries are there in the world?
22 countries and territories are considered Spanish-speaking in the world. Puerto Rico is the only non-independent Spanish speaking territory as it is an autonomous territory of the U.S. although it functions similar to a nation. The United States is increasingly considered a Spanish speaking nation due to a large Hispanic population and the fact that nearly all students take it in either high school or college and the government and businesses now conduct many functions in English and Spanish.