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Mycanaportal On at 6:29 am #3704
In general, an appointment refers to a scheduled meeting or event that has been arranged in advance. It can refer to any type of meeting or engagement, such as a doctor’s appointment, a business meeting, or an interview.
A direct appointment, on the other hand, typically refers to a specific type of appointment within a particular context. For example, in the military or government, a direct appointment is a process by which a candidate is appointed to a position without going through the usual selection process. This is often done to fill a critical or urgent need for a particular skill set or expertise.
In other contexts, a direct appointment may refer to a situation where an individual is appointed directly to a leadership or management position within an organization, without first going through a lower-level position or a formal selection process.
Overall, the key difference between an appointment and a direct appointment is that the latter typically involves a more targeted or specific process of appointment, often bypassing certain steps or requirements that would normally be involved in a standard appointment process.
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