Competence

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Competence

Sufficient ability or fitness for one's needs. The necessary abilities to be qualified to achieve a certain goal or complete a project.

Competence

The ability to complete a project, make a product, or otherwise do what is required. Both individuals and companies have competence. For example, an engineer would not likely find a job as a nurse because it is outside his competence, that is, his ability to do the required work. Likewise, a dental office is unlikely to be hired to design a skyscraper.
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Across the non-Hindi states, there is a realization that soft linguistic nationalism has the potential to effectively counter the BJP's Hindi-Hindu nationalism.
He said that academic institutions should work together to promote the importance of linguistic and cultural diversity and of education in the mother tongue, added.
The origins of the Boix-Fuster's edited volume date back to conference on the challenges of urban areas in medium-sized linguistic communities held in September and October of 2010 at the University Centre for Sociolinguistics and Communication at the University of Barcelona.
Keywords: Linguistic variation, Pakistani English, MD analysis, Newspaper Editorials, Linguistic patterns of co-occurrence.
Matribhasha Diwas (Mother Tongue Day) was celebrated in various Educational Institutions under the Ministry of Human Resource Development on 03-03-2016 to highlight the objectives like linguistic diversity of our country, encourage usage, not only of the respective mother tongue, but other Indian languages to understand and draw attention to the diversity of languages and cultures, encourage learning of languages other than own mother tongue.
These recommendations included: Publishing an updated basic vocabulary for elementary pupils; establishing partnerships with an increased number of centres and institutions concerned with the Arabic language; a new strategic curricula incorporating modern technology; enhancing teaching standards and skills; engaging Arabic families and outlining their role in the transfer of linguistic knowledge; supporting media production which targets children through the Arabic language; and creating a 'Pictionary' which reinforces language through visual cues.
In Section 2, we introduce some basic concepts and operation laws of interval 2-tuple linguistic variables.
2003) utilized linguistic variables defined in fuzzy numbers to weight customer needs and identify the relationship matrix in architectural design.
The Patentee's Invention Is Not the Linguistic Meaning of
Roy attempts to offer a resolution to the engaging postcolonial concerns in terms of the linguistic bybridization and cultural syncreticism in her only novel and other journalistic narratives.
Dr Heinz Werner Wessler, a visiting professor at Uppsala University in Sweden, who is in Pakistan for a short visit, believes that dialogues between different linguistic groups could help stem conflicts, reports The Express Tribune.
Linguistic extinction in the 21st century tends to be less violent, but it is equally hard to resist.