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supervisor

[′sü·pər‚vī·zər]
(computer science)
A collection of programs, forming part of the operating system, that provides services for and controls the running of user programs.
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He focuses much more on how to improve my thesis...My supervisor is very helpful.
It was suspected that the Chinese supervisor might have drowned in the nearby river, sources said.
Where there are two trainees in the same practice, but only one supervisor who has been GOC registered for a minimum of three continuous years, then a secondary supervisor must be appointed for each trainee.
Supervisors face the same challenges, together with having to support direct reports in working out theirs, and on a usually much larger scale-having to work out challenges with stakeholders related to systems, processes, policies, procedures, etc.
To help unlock that bind, I seek to engage the supervisor in non-judgmental curiosity.
From a review of the literature, it can be ascertained that the supervisor's role in distance education is crucial, involving a number of different responsibilities that are juggled with a multitude of other daily tasks.
Muhammad Jaffer khan, a supervisor from Loralai, Balochistan said that it has been eight months that we visiting the provincial offices for our demands but no one is moved to hear our grievances.
Majority of the supervisees reported that workload of supervisors was the main reason of the delay in students' research work; because if a supervisor had too many research students besides other duties, they would remain unable to give justifiably proper time to individual student research projects.
In a business context, supervisor narcissism can manifest as arrogance, aggressiveness, and possessiveness (Owens, Wallace, & Waldman, 2015).
"A bus supervisor is much safer for the students," she pointed out.
A new role emerges for principal supervisors: Evidence from six districts in the Principal Supervisor Initiative.
Under the agreement, PCA will hire construction supervisors and assistant construction supervisors under the on-the-job training and will be given funds for the training program.

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