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He directed that a completion certificate would be obtained from all the EDOs along with the detail of medical equipment.
It was stated by the Advisor to Chief Minister Punjab, Salman Rafique while presiding over a monthly EDO Health Conference at Directorate General Health Services Punjab here Wednesday.
Salman Rafique, on behalf of Chief Minister Mohammad Shahbaz Sharif, presented cheque of Rs.100000 and bouquet to EDO Health Sahiwal Dr.
After categorization of the districts with respect to literacy rate, the researcher randomly selected two districts from each of three categories in order to conduct interviews with the EDOs.
A semi-structured interview schedule was developed for EDOs of the province of the Punjab to find out their level of understanding about the policy of decentralization in education, the problems they had been facing and the strategies they adopted to tackle those problems.
The interview questions were formulated in the light of the stated roles and duties of EDOs. There were 19 key questions for EDOs.
Finally, women executives who join EDOs may operate differently than their male counterparts.
A Conceptual Framework of Women's Influence in EDOs
This differential representation of women in top positions in small and large businesses is reflected in the population of women in EDOs (Andre, 1992).
EDO was issued show cause notice to explain his position but after declaring his answer unsatisfactory CM issued orders of his transfer.
Tsushima proved another liminal area that had an ambiguous relationship with Edo. On the one hand, the So family facilitated the Korean embassies that were highly regarded affairs in Edo, but on the other, the authorities in Edo worried about the drain of precious metals that trade with Korea facilitated.
Here again there was a constant give and take between the authorities in Edo and the Matsumae family who controlled trade with Ezo through the privileges given them by the early Tokugawa shogun.