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  2. BTVI - Wikipedia Business Television India (BTVI), formerly known as Bloomberg TV India, Bloomberg UTV and UTVi, was a 24-hour English news channel in the Business-Economy genre, run by Business Broadcast News Pvt. Ltd (BBNPL). The channel's coverage ranges from the latest news on Business, Industry, Markets, and Stocks to Economy, Policy, Banking ...

  3. Miss British Virgin Islands - Wikipedia

    The Miss British Virgin Islands was held for the first time in 1975 by BVI Tourism, and Irene Penn-O’Neal won the first titleholder in that year. [1] Before the pageant formed into the British Virgin Islands, the BVI Miss Festival contest existed in the territory. Since 1976 the British Virgin Islands licensed the Miss Universe pageant and ...

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  5. List of news television channels - Wikipedia

    BTVI India: English 2008 - 2019 Business Plus Pakistan: Urdu and English 2004 - 2018 Info+ Greece: Greek 2008 - 2012 Intereconomía TV Spain: Spanish 2005 - 2014, replaced by El Toro TV: CBS Telenoticias Latin America: Spanish, Portuguese 1994 - 2000, replaced by Telemundo Internacional: CCTV News China: English 2010 - 2016, replaced by CGTN ...

  6. List of business news channels - Wikipedia

    Business Plus (Pakistani channel owned by Salman Taseer and his family) BTVI (Indian channel) CCTV-2 (Chinese channel) CNBC Asia. CNBC Indonesia (Indonesian channel) CNBC TV18 (Indian channel) Ekhon (Bangladeshi channel) ET Now (Indian channel produced by the Times Group) NDTV Profit (Indian channel)

  7. Education in the Bahamas - Wikipedia

    Education in the Bahamas. Education in the Bahamas is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 16. [1] As of 2003, the school attendance rate was 92% and the literacy rate was 95.5%. [1] The government fully operates 158 of the 210 primary and secondary schools in The Bahamas. [1] The other 55 schools are privately operated. [1]

  8. University of the Bahamas - Wikipedia

    The University of The Bahamas has about 5,000 students and over 12,000 alumni. It is one of the largest employers in The Bahamas, employing 700 faculty and staff. Seventy-six percent of the over 300 faculty (261 full-time and 96 part-time) are Bahamian. The College of The Bahamas (COB) was the pre-cursor to the University of The Bahamas.

  9. TVET (technical and vocational education and training)

    Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) serves multiple purposes. A key purpose is preparation of youth for work. This takes the form of learning and developing work related skills and mastery of underlying knowledge and scientific principles. Work is broadly defined and therefore refers to both formal employment and self-employment.