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Criteria for Distinguishing Floc Sedimentation and Gel-Like Network Sedimentation of Cohesive Fine-Grained Sediment in a Turbulent Flow

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Author(s)

Zhongfan Zhu

Affiliation(s)

College of Water Sciences, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China.

ABSTRACT

The study on the criteria used to distinguish floc sedimentation and gel-like network sedimentation of cohesive fine-grained sediment in a turbulent flow has rarely been carried out. 319 more words

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UGC Criteria for Grant of Autonomy to Select Colleges; (Autonomous College)

UGC / MHRD – 4 December 2014 | New Delhi |

New Delhi: The following criteria are considered for identification of institutions for grant of autonomy, namely: academic reputation and previous performance in university examinations and its academic/co-curricular/extension activities in the past; academic/extension achievements of the faculty; quality and merit in the selection of students and teachers, subject to statutory requirements in this regard; adequacy of infrastructure, for example, library, equipment, accommodation for academic activities, etc.; quality of institutional management; National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) accreditation of ‘B’ grade or above; financial resources provided by the management/state government for the development of the institution; responsiveness of administrative structure and motivation and involvement of faculty in the promotion of innovative reforms etc. 178 more words

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Defining Criteria for Assessing Student Work in Technologies

According to Google, a criterion (noun) is “a principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided.”

We use criteria every day when we make a decision about what to wear, what to have for breakfast, and so on. 834 more words

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