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Possible Answers: AWES, KOS, TIERS, STUNS, DAZES, AMAZES, STORIES, DECKS, NADIRS, KAYOS.
Random information on the term “AWES”:
The Army Institute of Management & Technology (AIMT) is a business school established by the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) in 2004 in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
The forerunner of the Institute was Faculty of Management Studies (FOMS), College of Materials Management (CMM), Jabalpur which was set up in summers of 1995. In a span of about ten years, FOMS carved a niche for itself and became a reputed business institution. In 2002 the college relocated and re-established itself with a new identity and a new name in the plush and quite environs of Greater Noida. The first batch of students joined the institute in August 2004.
AWES has so far established 130 Army Schools and 12 professional colleges. Designed to capture the increasing needs of industry for Management and Computer Application professionals for the benefit of the wards of Army personnel, a sprawling new campus of the Institute was constructed over an area of 15.34 acres.
AIMT, Greater Noida has been established to conduct MBA program in a fully residential campus. Designed to capture the increasing needs of industry for Management and Computer Application professionals for the benefit of the wards of Army personnel, a sprawling new campus of the Institute was constructed over an area of 15.34 acres.
Random information on the term “KOS”:
KOS Media is a multimedia company based in the county of Kent in South East England. The company operates local newspapers and internet sites throughout the county.
KOS Media’s first newspaper, the Kent on Sunday was launched as a free newspaper in 2002. The company is based in Smeeth, near Ashford.
The company also produces YourKentTV, an internet based TV channel providing local news and features.
Until May 2009 all KOS Media newspapers were free. In June both Kent on Saturday and Kent on Sunday became paid for in the newsagents, in order to increase availability, whilst the free copies were diverted to business rounds and home delivery. The mid-week local papers remain free. All titles have a fast-growing online audience as they are available free as a page turning e-edition, or by subscription on Kentnews.co.uk.
KOS Media was purchased by Archant in June 2010, having had had a minority interest in KOS Media since 2005.
In the summer of 2007 KOS Media introduced free, local papers for different parts of Kent. These are published on Wednesdays.