catering to the needs

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  • The college is thus catering to the needs of higher secondary and higher education in this region.
  • The company plans to focus on catering to the needs of middle income group across India.
  • The school building houses a well equipped library catering to the needs of both students and teachers.
  • Several hardware stores also operate catering to the needs of the city's construction industry.
  • The Foundation provides free products and services catering to the needs of charitable causes.
  • SBN is an online meeting place catering to the needs of small businesses and small business owners.
  • They come in variety of color combinations and patterns catering to the needs of any taste or occasion.
  • It aims at catering to the needs of the fast-growing financial world with a keen focus on financial markets.
  • Individual institutes will be permitted to start new programs catering to the needs of the local industry and wind up unpopular courses.
  • The purpose of this trust is to establish and run an institution for higher education catering to the needs of this area and bring them into the main stream.
  • A guidance and counseling centre catering to the needs of student and well community is attached to the department.
  • There is a market catering to the needs of the people of the town and of the residents of nearby villagers.
  • A number of smaller business groups have since been established catering to the needs of businessmen from specific ethnic or religious affiliations.
  • Metro Davao has a number of educational institutions catering to the needs of its residents.
  • CBSE-i has schools spread all over the world catering to the needs of the Indian Diaspora settled in different countries.
  • The academy is a full-fledged academic and scientific institution catering to the needs to Pakistan junior naval officers.
  • The company has been started by real life traders who have used the experience of trading to develop a software catering to the needs of the trading.
  • The emphasis in these fairs is on catering to the needs of rural women.
  • The village has huge mud mound of height about hundred meters in the eastern side which now has a small market catering to the needs of the village.
  • Feeling a call to serve God, he devoted his life to catering to the needs of the poor and assisting the pilgrims.
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