5 edition of Centres and information officers supported by the British Library Research and Development Department. found in the catalog.
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A New Chronology for the Kings of Israel and Judah and Its Implications for Biblical History and Literature
District medical and sanitary arrangements were carried out under the charge of a medical officer called the Civil Surgeon. He was assisted by the Deputy Director Generals and a team of administrative staff.
In 1946, the Health Survey and Development Committee Bhore Committee was appointed by the Government of India to survey the existing health structure in the country and make recommendations for future developments.
It suggested a prohibition on the sale of food articles, prostitution, and other occupations involving direct interference with people like barbers or watermen by the infected people. The site of Khara-Khoto was excavated by Aurel Stein in 1917, during his third expedition, and several Centres and information officers supported by the British Library Research and Development Department.
Tangut manuscript fragments recovered by Stein are in the Stein Collection of the British Library. 1862—1943 made four expeditions to Central Asia 1900—1901, 1906—1908, 1913—1916, and 1930—1931during which he collected a vast amount of material, including a large number of manuscripts that he acquired from the 'Library Cave' Cave 17 of the at Dunhuang during his second expedition. The production of exhibition and collection-based, educational, scholarly, conservation, archaeological, laboratory, research and other documents related to the collection: whether directly; through partnerships with museums, art galleries, research, educational or cultural establishments or communities, nationally and internationally; or through Museum-associated companies or third parties.
Enquiries and feedback which don't comply with the British Museum• at the University of Alberta U of A Canada. World Bank-sponsored Primary School Drop-outs-Nepal Portion.
Wright, Professor of Pathology at Army Medical College Netley, and others. For those enquiries that relate to information contained within our corporate records, the Freedom of Information Act applies. A synthesis report of the researches conducted in 2006-07 has been prepared. The first official records date back to 1896 when an epidemic of bubonic plague broke out in Bombay. The activity of UKOLN between August 2013 and July 2015 is recorded in the.
The Museum holds and uses documents for the following purposes within its public task:• The class distinction was maintained by the UKAEA. The British Museum holds a collection of over 1,500 archaeological artefacts collected from various Silk Road sites by Stein, as well as non-literary items from Dunhuang Cave 17, comprising more than 240 paintings on silk or paper, 200 textiles, and about 30 woodblock prints.
The meeting was participated in by representatives from the major EFA donor agencies, Norwegian Embassy and CERID researchers. What are our priorities and how are we doing Performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews: 3.
7 million rupees in 1880 and 1881. Officers and researchers of Indian Medical Services contributed a lot to the study and prevention of diseases. Although there was evidence of contagiousness, Murray believed that environmental factors precipitated the attacks of cholera, but he gave valuable treatment guidelines for cholera in that period.
Re-use is the use of a document for a purpose other than the initial purpose within a public institution's public task for which it was produced.