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How does the eProcurement system work for CSIR?

How does the eProcurement system work for CSIR?

The eProcurement System enables the Tenderers to download the Tender Schedule free of cost and then submit the bids online through this portal. 3. Engagement of PMC ( Project Management consultant) for Reformation of Existing Storm Water Drains in CSIR campus 4.

When did the SEBI regulations come into effect?

SEBI (Procedure for Search and Seizure) Repeal Regulations, 2015. 2015. SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015 (Last amended on January 21, 2019) Circular on Reporting of Code of Conduct Violations.

Which is the final seniority list of IRSE?

Circulation of Provisional Seniority list of Group-B officers of Civil Engg.Department as on 01.04

Why did NSE India relax listing requirements in 2015?

Relaxation from compliance with certain provisions of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 due to the CoVID -19 virus pandemic

What do you need to know about the Sir?

What is the SIR? The standardized infection ratio (SIR) is a summary measure used to track HAIs at a national, state, or local level over time. The SIR adjusts for various facility and/or patient-level factors that contribute to HAI risk within each facility.

How is the Sir calculated for the NHSN?

The SIR is calculated by dividing the number of observed infections by the number of predicted infections. The number of predicted infections is calculated using multivariable regression models generated from nationally aggregated data during a baseline time period.

Is the Sir the same as the SMR?

The method of calculating an SIR is similar to the method used to calculate the Standardized Mortality Ratio (SMR), a summary statistic widely used in public health to analyze mortality data.

What are the different types of SIRS in NHSN?

SIRs are currently calculated in NHSN for the following HAI types: central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI), mucosal barrier injury laboratory-confirmed bloodstream infections (MBI-LCBI), catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI), surgical site infections (SSI), Clostridioides difficile