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Nantong

oversea students, others are common undergraduates. The university contains 84 kinds of undergraduate programs based on nine major disciplines, which are literature、science、engineering、medical science、education、economics、the science of law、history and management. * In '''Norway''', the municipalities Asker and Bærum are separated from the rest of the county of Akershus by land that belongs to the counties of Oslo, Oppland and Buskerud and Oslofjorden. However


Camagüey

for Medical education (Carlos J Finlay University of Medical Science) and Pedagogical Science. Climate According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Camagüey has a tropical savanna climate, abbreviated "Aw" on climate maps. Climate Summary for Camagüey, Cuba


Dammam

, the main electricity company in Saudi Arabia # Services Institute of Petroleum and natural gas # Institute of Public Administration (a branch of the eastern region) # Technical Institute of Naval Studies (RSNF-TINS) # Amal Institute for Deaf Girls # Vocational training institute # Institute of Education property # Industrial Secondary Institute # Al-Ghad International Medical Science Colleges #King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals #Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University Hospitals and medical


Pokhara

Official Website title Institute of Medicine url http: www.tribhuvan-university.edu.np index.php?option com_content&view article&id 176&Itemid 257 publisher IOM, Tribhuvan University *Manipal College of Medical Science (Manipal College of Medical Sciences)

: jmsr.org index.php journal issue view 1 issn 1938-5765 affiliated to Kathmandu University *Kalika Campus *JMC (Janapriya Multiple Campus) *Chhorepatan Higher Secondary School *Kanya (Girl's) Campus *EAPHSS(Ex-Army Public Higher Secondary School) *Gandaki College of Medical Science *SOS HERMANN GMEINER SCHOOL GANDAKI *Amarsingh Higher Secondary School Hospitals * Manipal Teaching Hospital * Western Regional Hospital * Fishtail Hospital and Research Centre (FHRC


Chinese Academy of Sciences

Academia Sinica, founded in 1928 by the Guomindang Nationalist Government (Nationalist Government (China)). After the Communist Party took control of mainland China, Academia Sinica was renamed ''Chinese Academy of Sciences.'' The Chinese Academy of Sciences has six academic divisions: * Mathematics and Physics (数学物理学部) * Chemistry (化学部) * Life Sciences and Medical Sciences (生命科学和医学学部) * Earth Sciences (地学部) * Information Technological Science (Computer Science)s (信息技


Fes

needed date March 2012 In the centuries to come, The Muslim world would eventually serve as a critical way station of knowledge for Renaissance Europe, through the Latin translations of many scientific Islamic texts (Latin translations of the 12th century). Ibn-Sina's (Avicenna's) Canon of Medicine became the standard of medical science in Europe for centuries, together with works of Hippocrates and Galen.


Jaffna kingdom

and religion to the upper classes. During the reign of Jayaveera Singaiariyan rule, a work on medical science (''Segarajasekaram''), on astrology (''Segarajasekaramalai'') Coddrington, H., ''Ceylon Coins and Currency'', p.74 and on mathematics (''Kanakathikaram'') were authored by Karivaiya. During the rule of Kunaveera Singaiariyan, a work on medical sciences, known as ''Pararajasekaram'', was completed. During Singai Pararasasekaran's rule, an academy for Tamil language propagation on the model of ancient Tamil Sangam's was established in Nallur. This academy performed a useful service in collecting and preserving ancient Tamil works in manuscripts form in a library called ''Saraswathy Mahal''. Singai Pararasasekaran's cousin Arasakesari was credited with translating the Sanskrit classic Raghuvamsa into Tamil. Among other literary works of historic importance compiled before the arrival of European colonizers, ''Vaiyapatal'', written by Vaiyapuri Aiyar, is well known. Gunasingam, M ''Sri Lankan Tamil Nationalism'', p.64-65 Nadarajan, V ''History of Ceylon Tamils'', p.80-84 Architecture There were periodic waves of South Indian influence over Sri Lankan art and architecture, though the prolific age of monumental art and architecture seemed to have declined by the 13th century. Temples built by the Tamils (Tamil people) of Indian origin from the 10th century belonged to the Madurai variant (Meenakshi Amman Temple) of Vijayanagar (Vijayanagara Empire) period. A prominent feature of the Madurai style was the ornate and heavily sculptured tower or ''gopuram'' over the entrance of temple. None of the important religious constructions of this style within the territory that formed the Jaffna kingdom survived the destructive hostility of the Portuguese. Gunasingam, M ''Sri Lankan Tamil Nationalism'', p.64 Nallur, the capital was built with four entrances with gates. There were two main roadways and four temples at the four gateways. The rebuilt temples that exist now do not match their original locations which instead are occupied by churches erected by the Portuguese. The center of the city was ''Muthirai Santhai'' (market place) and was surrounded by a square fortification around it. There were courtly buildings for the Kings, Brahmin priests, soldiers and other service providers. The old Nallur Kandaswamy temple functioned as a defensive fort with high walls. In general, the city was laid out like the traditional temple town according Hindu traditions. . The grant was made for the specific purpose of providing alms for and feeding a group of twelve Brahmins at an alms-hall (''Sattiram'') named after "Devaraja", which was maintained regularly daily without interruption (''nicatam natakkira''). The alms-hall was in the vicinity (''iracarkal tiru – c - cannatiyil nisadam madakkira sattirattukku tiru-v-ullamparrina ur'') or the premises of the holy shrine of the “god king” of Tenavaram. The conquest of Jaffna kingdom by Sapumal Kumaraya, a military leader sent by the Kotte king in 1450, was celebrated in the ''Kokila Sandesaya'' ("Message carried by Kokila bird") written in the 15th century and contains a contemporary description of the island traversed by the road taken by the cookoo bird, from Tenavaram in the south to Nallur (Nallur (Jaffna)) ("Beautiful City") in Jaffna in the north. It and other extant ''Sandesas'' mention the Vishnu shrine of Tenavaram and some of the gopurams' three storeys. The ''Tisara Sandesa'', ''Kokila Sandesa'' and ''Paravi Sandesa'' mention the Ganesh shrine's location on the sea coast of Tenavaram. The lands owned by the Shiva shrine were detailed by King Vijayabahu VI in a 1510 dated record. "Fields (of the sowing capacity of) twenty amunas of sprouted seed in Paravasara, as they appertained to the shrine (kovil) named Nagarisa from the beginning, fields (of the sowing capacity of) five amunas from Pategamana in Navadunna, and the allotments included in Paravasara, which were bought by Vendarasa–konda Perumal, the Captain of the Body– guard, from the Department of Royal Villages – (as these lands) were settled (as belonging to the kovil) so that offerings and observances to god may be maintained without cessation Early 16th century copperplate inscriptions of the King Vijayabahu VII detail the land grants made by the king in the town on the condition that the recipient paid ten ''fanams (Madras fanam)'' a year to the Vishnu shrine. The grants were to be enjoyed permanently by the children, the grandchildren, and the descendants of astrologers and veda – vyasaru, including Tenuvarai Perumala, a son of (one of) them. ;Assimilated Sinhalese Some historians such as Mudaliar Rasanayagam have speculated that ''Koviar'' are assimilated Sinhalese (Sinhala people) belonging to the ''Govigama'' caste with the ascendancy of the Jaffna kingdom. Mudaliar Rasanayagma made the speculation based on the fact that ''Koviar'' caste was not found in South India but the census figures for 1881 lists a ''Koviar'' caste in the Madras Presidency in South India. British Colonial census document 1881 Volume 3 page number 7 mentions Koviar in India


Zhengzhou

, People's Republic of China. '''Nitesh Rao''', '''Fred Si Liar''' and '''Thushara Singa''' international medical students respectively from India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka have excelled the very first Semester of the Medical Science (Batch 2011-2016) with great grades. The marks scored are highly appreciable and the Government of Zhengzhou has decided to send them as mascots from the Zhengzhou University's International education team for Asian Oncology Summit (Oncology) 2012


Kairouan

and research, particularly in the dissemination of medical science knowledge. In mathematics, contributions to computational algorithms were also made in Kairouan. The Arabs then erected buildings specific to Islamic architecture. While some retain a Byzantine essence, such as Three Doors Mosque in Kairouan (built in the ninth century) or ribat Sousse, many of the ancient columns are purely Arab such as the great Zitouna Mosque of Tunis (ninth century) and the Great Mosque of Mahdia in Kairouan (tenth century). The non-compulsory preschool education, which is for children 3 to 6 years is provided in kindergartens. commons:Qairawān


Khartoum

of Sudan , the first specialized university for ICT (Information and communication technologies) inter-related studies in Sudan, founded by Dr. Abubaker Mustafa. *National College for Medical & Technical Studies, *National Ribat University, *University of Medical Sciences and Technology, better known as UMST, it was founded in 1996 by Prof. Mamoun Humaida as Academy of Medical Science & Technology. Transportation Air Khartoum is home to the largest airport


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