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prospectus

a pamphlet or brochure giving details of courses, as at a college or school
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The detail of designated branches is available in the prospectuses as well as in the Regional Offices.
GCUF officials said the printing had been delayed but the students would definitely be issued prospectuses. They are necessary for students because of comprehensive information related to the departments, facilities being offered by the varsity and its rules and regulations.
Sale points at main campus and Regional Offices across the country will remain open on Sunday for sale of prospectuses.
...On the heels of the SEC's new summary prospectus rule, which became effective March 31, NewRiver has launched the Summary Prospectus Index, a weekly tracking of summary prospectuses filed on the SEC's EDGAR system.
PROSPECTUSES, FREE WRITING, AND FREE WRITING PROSPECTUSES
The Prospectus Section Search feature enables users to focus their search research on any specific part of a prospectus, with information on over 148,000 prospectuses, including preliminary versions, dating back to 1997.
- Article 7 deals with the information to be contained in, and the format for the publication of prospectuses covering the different sort of financial instrument (equity, non-equity etc.) and the nature of the issuer;
A big part of her job entailed learning about prospectuses (information on policies, past performance, risks, and costs).
Another noticeable trend in recent prospectuses has been the use of unexpected auditors, with friends and family members sometimes replacing prestigious accounting firms.
Prospectuses must take a more analytical approach to risk disclosure that includes
Admissions forms and prospectuses could be obtained from the points for sale of admissions form at its main campus in Sector H8, Islamabad, 44Regional Campuses and more than 100 Coordinating Offices across the country.