Terms of reference

Terms of reference,

Definition of Terms of reference:

  1. The scope and limitations of an activity or area of knowledge.

  2. Statement of the background, objectives, and purpose of a program, project, or proposal.

Synonyms of Terms of reference

Scope, Extent, Bounds, Confines, Limits, Range, Breadth, Width, Reach, Sweep, Purview, Span, Stretch, Spread, Horizon

Meaning of Terms of reference & Terms of reference Definition

Terms Of Reference,

Terms Of Reference Meanings:

Terms Of Reference means, A document that outlines the purpose, scope and objectives of the project, committee, meeting, etc. Please refer to the agreed specifications / service descriptions in the project management section. In addition, the acronym BOSCARDET provides useful examples of the structure for headings / mandate sections: context, objectives, scope, constraints, assumptions, reports, dependencies, estimates, time limits. Note that this particular structure does not have a specific cost / budget position, so care must be taken to incorporate these ideas into logical constraints or estimates. There is no universal standard framework for service descriptions, as the situation is very different with respect to the features of the service used. It is the responsibility of the project manager or project manager to ensure that all relevant and necessary matters are included in the service description. Local interpretation often produces TOR titles and document structures that differ from the current situation. If an organization oversees a number of projects / activities that require a TOR document, the standard organizational mandate format will likely be used. Obviously, it makes sense to adhere to standards where systematic application of the standard framework can result in the risk of applicable, error or unnecessary work.

Literal Meanings of Terms Of Reference

Terms:

Meanings of Terms:
  1. Give an explanatory name to be called for a certain period of time.

  2. Words or phrases that are used to describe something or to express an idea, especially in a particular language or field of study.

  3. A fixed or limited period of time during which something, such as an offense, imprisonment or investment, continues or is to continue.

  4. Every time of the year, alternating with holidays or vacations, when teaching at a school, college or university, or when court work is in progress.

  5. Terms under which action may be taken or some agreement or consensus may be reached

  6. Any amount of ratio, series or mathematical expression.

  7. Another term for the term

Sentences of Terms
  1. Called the father of modern theology

  2. Musical term "litmotio"

  3. The president is elected for a four-year term

  4. Summer semester

  5. Your lawyer agreed to the terms

  6. A geometric series is defined as a permanent relationship between successive terms.

Synonyms of Terms

session, call, designate, dub, time, stint, duration, style, period, title, expression, entitle, provision, spell, proviso, length of time, tag, locution, word, idiom, prerequisite, period of time, label, phrase, requisite, precondition, specification, condition

Of:

Meanings of Of:
  1. It shows the relationship between the part and the whole.

  2. Indicates the relationship between scale or size and value.

  3. Refers to the relationship between two organizations, usually the organization of the association.

  4. It shows the relationship between the address and the reference point.

  5. It represents the relationship between a general type or type and something special belonging to that category.

  6. After a noun that comes from or is related to a verb.

  7. The title of the sentence is a predictive adjective.

  8. Identify the component or substance that makes the difference.

  9. Express the hour for the next hour.

Sentences of Of
  1. 5% increase

  2. North of Chicago

  3. Nice to meet you

  4. This will be the quarter in New York

Synonyms of Of

of, carried out by, made by, caused by, from, by, done by

Reference:

Meanings of Reference:
  1. Include a reference (book or article) from a source of information.

  2. Mention or reference.

  3. The act of mentioning or insulting something.

  4. Use information sources to check things out.

  5. A letter from a previous employer confirming a person's abilities or credentials when applying for a new job.

Sentences of Reference
  1. Refers to the great power of the media

  2. Popular reference book

  3. I was kicked out of the library, but with good references.

Synonyms of Reference

allusion to, mention of, backing, recommendation, good word, remark about, character reference, testimonial, comment on

Terms Of Reference,

Terms Of Reference Meanings:

A document that outlines the purpose, scope and objectives of the project, committee, meeting, etc. Please see the agreed specifications / service details in the project management section. Regardless, the acronym BOSCARDET provides useful examples of the structure of titles / mandate sections: context, purpose, scope, limits, arbitration, reports, reliance, estimation, time scale. Note that this particular structure does not have a specific cost / budget position and therefore caution should be exercised in incorporating these ideas into logical constraints or estimates. There is no generally accepted standard structure for the description of a particular service, as the situation is very different for the description of the service used. It is the responsibility of the project manager or project manager to ensure that all relevant and necessary issues are included in the description of the service. Local interpretations often use TOR titles and disease structures that may be unique to the current situation. If a country oversees many projects / activities that require specification, the standard TOR format will be used. Obviously, it makes sense to adhere to the standards where applicable, given the risk, unnecessary complexity, or risk of unnecessary work that may result from systematic use of the standard framework.

Literal Meanings of Terms Of Reference

Terms:

Meanings of Terms:
  1. A word or phrase that is used to describe something or to express an idea, especially in a particular language or field of study.

  2. A fixed or limited period during which something, such as an offense, imprisonment or investment, continues or intends to continue.

  3. Any of the times of the year, alternating with holidays or vacations, during which classes are held at school, college or university, or where the court of law is taking place.

  4. Terms under which an action can be taken or an agreement or terms can be agreed upon.

  5. Any quantity of proportions, series, or mathematical expressions.

  6. Another term for one term

  7. Give an explanatory name to be called by the given term.

Sentences of Terms
  1. Music term "Leitmotiv"

  2. Your lawyer agrees to the terms.

  3. He is called the father of modern theology.

Synonyms of Terms

interval, phase, turn of phrase, incumbency, semester, administration, designation, describe as, period of office, appellation, nickname, quarter, denomination, trimester, run, denominate, name, term of office

Of:

Meanings of Of:
  1. Expresses the relationship between part and whole.

  2. Indicates the relationship between the two institutions, usually one of the parents, the title of the first sentence and the second related to it.

  3. Expresses the relationship between direction and reference point.

  4. Indicates the relationship between a general category or type and a particular item belonging to that category.

  5. Derived from a verb or after a related noun.

  6. A reference to a substance or substance that describes something.

  7. The spelling ob is mixed with F before (as offensive).

Sentences of Of
  1. North of Watford

  2. In New York it will be from quarter to three.

Reference:

Meanings of Reference:
  1. A letter from a previous employer proving a person's skills or credibility when applying for a new job.

  2. (Books or articles) provide references from sources of information.

Sentences of Reference
  1. Each chapter is cited with reference to literature up to 1990.

  2. The media cited our association in about 40 association articles.

Synonyms of Reference

credentials, instance of, citation of