What is TC in a document? – This acronym stands for “Transfer Certificate.” It’s a document signed by the head of the institution you’ve attended. It indicates that you’ve met local education requirements. In some cases, you might need to provide this certificate to prove your eligibility for the school or college you’re attending. In other cases, you might need this document to prove your eligibility for a different school or college.
TC documents must comply with OASIS file naming conventions. They must also contain an OASIS copyright notice. Document authoring templates for TCs must be maintained by the TC Administrator. Work Product names cannot include trademarks or service marks of other organizations. However, TC Work Products may include excerpts from other documents. OASIS’s Naming Directives provide further guidance on this. OASIS is committed to providing the best possible technical document authoring experience.
How do I add a TC? To insert a table of contents, use the P command on the Home tab. Next, place the insertion point for a table of contents (TOC) field. Type in the table of contents’ text and insert the appropriate field codes. This will result in a table of contents that looks like this: TOC o “1-3” h. To hide or show the TC field codes, use Alt+F9. You can then update the TOC as necessary.
A TC must be constituted by the Convener. The Convener chairs the first meeting of the TC. The next meeting of the TC must elect a Chair and Co-Chairs. Members must remember that membership in a TC is for a specific individual and is not transferable. To be considered a TC member, you must attend at least one meeting. You must also be a member of the document to hold a vote.
The TC must conduct public review before the Committee Specification Draft can be approved. In order for the document to be considered a Committee Specification, the TC must hold a Full Majority vote. If a proposal receives Material changes, the TC must conduct a public review again. If the changes are not Material, the TC may proceed with the document’s approval. This process may take up to a year.
A TC must keep official copies of all documents and resources that pertain to the document. These include email lists, discussion records, and documents. During a review period, a TC cannot change the Charter. If changes are necessary, the TC must withdraw the document from review. And if a change is needed, the TC must do so before a new charter can be issued. You can make comments through this process, but it’s important to follow the instructions carefully.