Definitions for "Eligibility"
In special education, the process of verifying if a significant impairment exists; used to develop additional services for the student
Criteria that must be met prior to patient entry onto a study.
qualifications we need to take part in organised sporting activities.
Keywords:  norms, foir, bhw, iir, hfc
This is the loan amount that you are eligible to based on your repayment capacity. Your eligibility depends on the norms set by the HFCs. Typically, the eligibility computed would be lower of the Loan to value ratio (LTV), Installment to Income Ratio (IIR) and Fixed Obligation to Income Ratio (FOIR) as per the norms of the HFC.
This is the loan amount that you get based on your repayment capacity. Your eligibility depends on the norms set by the BHW Home Finance Limited .
Keywords:  satisfy, wish, themselves, spd, kyoto
The countries, or parties, which wish to use the Kyoto mechanisms, will have to fulfill certain requirements to be eligible.
The provisions of the group policy or insurance contract that state requirements that applicants must satisfy to become insured with respect to themselves or their dependents.
The provisions of the policy or plan that state requirements members of the group must satisfy to become insured with respect to themselves or their dependents.
A process used to determine if you qualify for health insurance plan or benefit.
The right to receive benefits based on the type of contracts held. Eligibility for local group, direct and Medicare Extended subscribers is determined locally. National Accounts' eligibility is determined through the central certification process and the Social Security Administration determines it for the federal Medicare program.
A set of rules devised by the SBA to determine weather a loan qualifies for a SBA Guarantee (example: Size Standards, type of business, use of loan proceeds).
The conditions which must be met for a person to be a member of a pension scheme or to receive a particular benefit. Eligibility conditions may include provisions relating to age, completion of service, status and type of employment.
The conditions which must be met for a person to be a member of a scheme or to receive a particular benefit. These may, for example, relate to age, service, status and type of employment.
Conditions that must be met in order to participate in a plan, such as age or length of service requirements.
Determining of a vehicle being in certain classifications and which coverage can be applied to the vehicle. A vehicle typically must be less than 10 model years old and have less than 100,000 odometer miles to be eligible for an extended warranty. Additionally, vehicles with less than 50,000 miles and less than 4 years old are eligible for more comprehensive coverage than may be available to older more driven vehicles.
Refers to the process whereby an individual is determined to be eligible for health-care coverage.
The amount of extended warranty coverage available on a particular vehicle based on specific characteristics and usage. Eligibility is typically based on age, mileage, make and model of the vehicle including components such as four-wheel-drive, turbo/super chargers, number of cylinders. History and usage are also taken into consideration, for example a salvaged title or the commercial use of the vehicle. Each extended auto warranty plan has its own specific set of eligibility requirements. Some extended warranty plans offer riders, or surcharges, for certain components.
Keywords:  ise, probationary, regents, iowa, week
Unless otherw ise stated, to be eligible for benefits, you must be a regular employee scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week.
Different plans have different requirements about who is entitled to participate in a plan. These eligibility requirements can include the employee's age or how long he or she has been employed by the company. Generally, an employee is eligible when he or she turns twenty-one or has been employed for one year.
A determination of whether or not a person meets the requirements to participate in the plan.
Keywords:  lea, akin, semantic, negligible, course
A concept closely related to authorization in that it can use the same mechanisms of authentication, policies, rules, and role evaluation. The differences are semantic – one is "eligible for something" as opposed to "authorized to do something" – so each is appropriate to use to describe different use cases. For instance, "all students are eligible for an email account", vs "students in this class are authorized to download course materials". Eligibility is more akin to a "right", in legal terms, than a "privilege", but the technical differences in how they are accomplished in an online environment are generally negligible.
An eligible student is one who has been assessed by their LEA, who has determined that the student can apply for student support. Eligibility lasts for the whole of a students course.
Keywords:  annum, ordinary, minimum, gold, least
Eligibility refers to the minimum age and income levels necessary to own a credit card. An individual needs to be at least 21 years of age and should have an income of at least Rs. 75,000 per annum for an ordinary card and Rs. 1,75,000 per annum for a gold card.
Keywords:  incentive, structures, types
The types of structures eligible for the incentive.
The quality of being eligible; eligibleness; as, the eligibility of a candidate; the eligibility of an offer of marriage.
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Keywords:  gain, entity, resource, right, access
The right of an entity to gain access to a service or resource.
Keywords:  status, single, dating, applicant
The dating status of a single applicant.
the state of being eligible