2 Opening Statement Dear Student, With more than sixty years of history, and built upon the foundations of seriousness, ethics and a mission to mould leaders who can command both public and private organizations, EBAPE has been an important influence on the markets and public policies that have helped, and continue to help define the nation s future. This Student Manual has been developed as a guide and to provide pertinent information regarding the Undergraduate Course in Administration over the next four years. It provides students with information about the School s academic structure, its activities and its assessment criteria. It also helps them understand the workings of Additional Activities, Disciplinary Rules and the Online Registration System, as well as all the other services offered by the Institution. This is basically a guide that will help students understand, in a concise manner, the academic life at EBAPE, and ensure that they do not miss out on any opportunities that may arise during their time at the School. The idea is to provide an excellent opportunity to interact with the Degree Center, strengthen ties with the institution and to help consolidate the School as a reference in academic excellence. Welcome! Dean of EBAPE Prof. Flavio Carvalho de Vasconcelos
3 SUMMARY Introduction Fundação Getulio Vargas FGV FGV - About Us Mission Institutional Information on FGV Undergraduate studies at FGV Undergraduate Course Coordinators Departments and Services Undergraduate Teaching Educational Support Center (NAP) Office of Academic Records (SRA) Internships and Professional Placements International Relations-Exchange Programs Library IT Labs Photocopy Center Medical Services Book Store Restaurant Lockers Wifi Internet Use Norms and Procedures Student on-line Additional activities Academic calendar Grade Point Average Degree Awards/Graduation Ceremony Curriculum and disciplines Disciplines with prerequisites Attendance Student expulsion Registration for a Discipline of another course Disciplinary Rules Special Studies Regime Academic Performance Enrollment Renewal Student Responsibilities Study Rooms Assessment and pass system Taking a temporary course break Online Registration Manual
4 INTRODUCTION FGV Founded in 1944 with the initial purpose of producing personnel qualified to work in public and private administration in Brazil, Fundação Getulio Vargas soon exceeded the boundaries of teaching and moved into the areas of research and information, until it became synonymous with being a center of quality and excellence. A pioneer in the field of education, Fundação Getulio Vargas is a reference, not only because of its renowned undergraduate, master s, PhD and applied work programs, but also because of its relentless search for modernity and innovation. FGV ABOUT US FGV is a center of teaching that delivers quality and excellence and dedicates its efforts to the intellectual development of Brazil. Its policy of promoting and encouraging the production and perfecting of ideas, data and information means that FGV is one of the most important institutions in the domestic and international arenas, as well as contributing to the development of citizens who are ethical and aware of their responsibilities as agents for transforming society. FGV S MISSION FGV s mission includes expanding the frontiers of knowledge, in the field of Social Sciences and related areas, producing and transmitting ideas, data and information, as well as maintaining and systemizing them, and thereby contributing to the socioeconomic development of Brazil, to an improvement in national ethical standards, to a responsible and shared governance, and to providing the country with its rightful role on the international stage. INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION ON FGV Synonymous with excellence and quality, Fundação Getulio Vargas is a reference in the field of education thanks to its renowned undergraduate, postgraduate, masters, PhD, applied work and consulting programs. It has, at present, 11 schools and units based in the cities of Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Brasília. UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES AT FGV A pioneer in the field of higher education, Fundação Getulio Vargas was the first institution of its kind in South America to offer bachelor degree courses in Public Administration and Business Administration, graduating the continent s first classes of administrators in the midfifties, in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Today, in addition to its Administration Courses, Fundação Getulio Vargas also offers highly qualified courses in the fields of Law (RJ and SP), Economics (RJ and SP), Social Sciences and History (RJ) and Applied Mathematics (RJ).
5 UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM COORDINATORS ADMINISTRATION - EBAPE Dean: Prof. Flavio Vasconcelos Coordinator: Prof. Henrique Heidtmann Deputy Coordinator: Prof. Richard Fonseca Site: SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY Escola Superior de Ciências Sociais Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil- CPDOC Dean: Prof. Celso Castro General School Coordinator: Prof. Carlos Eduardo Sarmento Social Sciences Course Coordinator and Acting Undergraduate Program Coordinator: Prof. João Marcelo Ehlert Maia History Coordinator: Prof. Carlos Eduardo Sarmento / Site: ECONOMICS Escola Brasileira de Economia e Finanças (EBEF) / Escola de Pós-graduação em Economia (EPGE) Dean: Prof. Rubens Cysne Deputy Dean: Prof. André Villela Associate Dean, Undergraduate Program: Prof. Luis Henrique Braido Undergraduate Program Superintendent: Marcio Dutra Site: MATHEMATICS Escola de Matemática Aplicada (EMAp) Dean: Prof. Maria Izabel Camacho Academic Coordinator: Prof. Paulo Cezar Pinto de Carvalho Site:
6 DEPARTMENTS AND SERVICES UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER (NAP) The NAP provides support to the coordinators of FGV/RJ s undergraduate courses and its role includes monitoring and supervising the delivery of the courses teaching methods and to work jointly with both teaching staff and students in order to make on-going improvements wherever necessary to the overall teaching methods used in the courses. Made up of professionals from the field of education in a variety of different areas of teaching and psychopedagogy, the Center s team monitors students from the very beginning, when they arrive at FGV, to the moment they complete their courses. Therefore, the first place you should go to in order to obtain information about your course is the NAP. The different roles attributed to the NAP include: To assist the coordinators and any other entities linked to the course; To individually interview candidates that have been approved through the selection process and to provide information on the structure of courses offered, thereby contributing to the process of course selection by future university students; To provide guidance to students, parents and professors in terms of day-to-day questions relating to each course and its structure; To offer pedagogic support to school practices, study activities, monitoring and student development; To offer workshops and study plans to students with learning difficulties; To minimize, by means of individual or collective counseling, the natural concerns felt by students who are just beginning their higher education studies, and to create the best possible pedagogical conditions for them to mature and benefit intellectually; To monitor the academic performance of classes and produce reports for course coordinators; To produce, according to the requirements of coordinators, schedules, academic calendars and testing schedules; To act as mediator in resolving potential conflicts arising between students (either individuals or groups) and other students, students and professors, students and coordinators, students and staff members, professors and coordinators and staff members and coordinators; To resolve, to the extent of its abilities, any questions involving discipline and to pass these on to course coordinators and the school s management, who can then deal with them according to any applicable rules set down in course regulations; interact using tools such as Moodle, E-class and through social networks, such as Facebook. Educational Coordinator: Helena Giolito
7 Educational Team: Cláudia Cossich (Economics and Applied Mathematics), Karine Andrade (Administration), Bruna Calleia (Social Sciences and History) and Tatiane Santos (Educational Assistant). Administrative Team: Sonia Gonçalves and Marcelo Victorino. Opening times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 7 am and 5 pm. Office location: 3rd floor, Room 309 Telephone: (55 21) / Fax (55 21) OFFICE OF ACADEMIC RECORDS (SRA) The SRA is responsible for dealing with all matters of an academic, administrative or financial nature that refer to the academic life of the student, as well as maintaining all academic records as required by Law and by norms set down by the School. These include: Processing enrollments; Providing, remitting, publishing and issuing documents relating to the student s academic life (student ID, payment invoices, declarations, school transcripts, diplomas etc.); Financial control of monthly payments of fees and study grants awarded to students; Registering data in the Course s Academic Control Management System; Providing the whole academic community with pertinent information. All student requests or enquiries regarding academic, administrative or financial matters should be made directly to the SRA, which will then pass them on to the appropriate sectors or departments. For such enquiries to be dealt with it is important to respect the dates and deadlines set down in a specific course s academic calendar. Manager: Rodrigo Pamplona Staff responsible for course-related services: Gisele Mitrano, Jorge Luiz dos Santos Silva, Viviane Oliveira de Alencar and Rafael Cardoso Aguiar Opening times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 9 am and 7 pm. Office Location: 3 rd Floor, Room 314 Telephones: (55 21) / (55 21) Fax: (55 21)
8 INTERNSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENTS This area acts as a channel of interaction between the labor market and undergraduate students and former students of the courses of Administration, Economics, Social Sciences and History and Applied Mathematics and Master s and PhD in Economics, providing the necessary tools to help them find professional positions. This department works primarily in managing and publishing job and internship/trainee opportunities, providing individual career planning advice, holding selection processes at the Institution s facilities and interacting by means of the Wiki tool and through social networks such as Facebook. It offers guidance in preparing curricula, and information and tips regarding how to behave in interviews and group dynamics. The department also offers individual career planning advice. Contacts: Beralda Lima Silva (coordinator) and Luziel Claret (assistant) Opening Times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm. Office Location: 3 rd Floor, Room 305 Telephones: (55 21) and (55 21) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS EXCHANGE PROGRAMS The International Relations department seeks to facilitate contact between our students and universities abroad, enabling them to study for one or two semesters in foreign institutions and allowing them to have their credits from these studies abroad validated for their courses at home. ADMINISTRATION Opening Times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 10 am and 12 pm and between 3 pm and 6 pm. Office Location: 4th Floor, Room 423 Telephones: (55 21) ) / (55 21) Fax: (55 21) Contact: Monica Balanda (International Relations Officer); Samantha Kramer (International Office Assistant) ECONOMICS Opening Times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm. Office Location: 11th Floor, behind the elevators. Telephone: (55 21)
9 Contact: Gabriel Alvim Balbino N.B. In the case of the Social Sciences, History and Applied Mathematics courses, matters relating to exchange programs are dealt with by the coordinators of the respective courses themselves. LIBRARY Inaugurated in December of 1945, as the Central Library, it was later renamed the Mario Henrique Simonsen Library, in December of 1997, in memory of Mario Henrique Simonsen, former Finance Minister of Brazil and Vice-President of Fundação Getulio Vargas, who died in that same year. Specializing in the Social Sciences, the Library also has an important and traditional collection of works in the areas of Economics, Administration, Finance, Political Science, Brazilian History, Sociology, Law and Mathematics. It has around 175,000 books, monographs, theses, reports and a further 1,500 editions of domestic and foreign periodicals as well as videos, CD-ROMs and electronic files and access to both national and international periodical data bases. It uses a modern computerized library management system, which covers all the main functions of a Library allowing users to borrow, consult and reserve via the web and working in an integrated way, from the purchase to the lending of material. Person responsible for the Department: Evelyse Freire Mendes Opening Times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 8:15 am and 8:30 pm, and Saturdays, between 8:30 am and 12:30 pm. Office Location: 7 th floor. Telephone.: (55 21) /5918 / Fax: (55 21) IT LABS FGV has IT Labs located on the 4 th, 7 th, 10 th and 13 th floors of its main building. In all these cases, the Labs are equipped with computers that are connected to the Internet and have the following programs installed: Office, Vision, Project, MATLAB, Acrobat Writer, SPSS and SAS. Each Lab also has two printers available for users. Department responsible for the Labs: Room Allocation Center Opening Times Labs on the 4 th, 10 th and 13 th floors. Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 8 am and 10 pm Lab on the 7 th floor. Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 8 am and 8 pm
10 THE PHOTOCOPY CENTER The FGV Photocopy Center offers the following services: printing, transparencies, file and book binding, image enlargement etc. Opening Times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 7 am and 9:30 pm and Saturday, from 8 am to 1 pm. Office Location: 7th floor, near the Library Reception. MEDICAL SERVICES For medical attention, in cases of emergency, professors, staff and students may seek out the help of FGV s Medical Services. Opening Times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 8 am and 9:45 pm Office Location: 15th floor, Room 1514 Telephone: (55 21) THE FGV BOOK STORE The book store has more than 20,000 Brazilian and international titles on its shelves, primarily aimed at the subjects dealt with in the different courses offered by FGV. Backed by a team of specialized professionals, the FGV Book Store offers the Institution s students, staff and professors special prices and terms. Opening Times Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 9 am and 7:30 pm Office Location: Praia de Botafogo, 190 Telephone: (55 21) / Fax: (55 21) Homepage: RESTAURANT FGV has on its ground floor a restaurant and a cafeteria for its students, staff and professors. Opening Times CAFETERIA HOURS: From Monday to Friday, between 7 am and 10 pm. RESTAURANT HOURS: From Monday to Friday, between 11 am and 3 pm. LOCKERS On beginning his/her undergraduate course, the student may request a numbered locker from the Educational Center (NAP), with a key, which will be the student s responsibility for the whole period he/she attends the course. In the case of loss of the key, the student should
11 request a new copy and pay an administrative charge. This request should be formally made to the SRA (Academic Records Office). In the case of temporary registration suspension, permanent cancellation or completion of the course, the key should be returned by the student at the time the request is formally made. is not responsible for any personal belongings that are left in the lockers. Every student on joining an FGV undergraduate course is issued with an FGV address. The Center uses this to provide the student with the most important information about his/her course. In order to access this address, either in our Labs or through external equipment, the student will need to access the website and then type in his/her login. The following page will ask the student to repeat his/her login and then to type in their password. WI-FI The FGV building has Wi-Fi available on all its floors. The access code is: 8f8f392f9f. INTERNET USE In order to access the FGV network, when in our Labs, the student must type in his/her login and password, and at the same time choose domínio ACAD (ACAD domain) from among the options that appear on the screen. Access without this domain name will not be authorized. The student s network account is the same as the account. a login provided by the Example: The network accounts are personal and the password is the responsibility of the user. That is why we recommend that students not give out their passwords to anyone and that they always switch off their workstations after use, thereby avoiding the possibility of someone else using their passwords and then making improper use of the network and even printing copies using students quotas. Students are not permitted to: Access websites with a content that is incompatible with FGV s professional and academic activities. We would remind students that all accesses are recorded and may undergo inspection on the request of FGV s Senior Administration; Use programs to obtain and make available (download and upload) files of music, videos or any other kind of file available on the Internet or on FGV s internal network. Video and audio files may be used for academic purposes, providing authorization has been previously requested of and given by the course coordinators;
12 Offer products or services via without the express authorization of the departments responsible. The sending of messages without due authorization may damage the name or reputation of the institution and lead to complaints on the part of those receiving them; Exhibit the s of other FGV users without the due authorization of the same; Use the Internet/ s to send advertizing, chains of any kind, campaigns, warnings, or any other kind of message that does not have a direct relation to the student s studies/course at FGV. Limits and rules with regard to the automatic cleaning of mailboxes: The standard size of the mailbox is of 5 GB; The maximum size of messages being sent or received is of 10 MB, including text and attached files. Once again, we would like to remind students that they are solely responsible for the use of their logins and passwords and that all accounts are audited. The inappropriate use of the network/internet or account will imply a warning, blocking and suspension of the account. NORMS AND PROCEDURES Without adhering completely to the rules and regulations one cannot achieve the final objective of FGV s courses, namely to provide the student with a good education. Each student has rights and responsibilities that apply equally to all other students. A good and equitable coexistence implies an awareness and a systematic and impartial application of these norms and procedures, as well as a respect for the rights that are common to all. A lack of awareness of the rules will not preclude a student of his/her obligations to comply with them. Hence we recommend that students read their Course Regulations carefully and in full. In the case of any questions relating to the academic routine, students should contact the NAP team, which will always be on hand to help them. Students should avoid information provided by fellow students, unofficial opinions and corridor gossip. It is only by following the correct procedure, by means of the Educational Support Center (NAP) and the Academic Records Office that students will be able to properly resolve any pending academic-administrative issues relating to their courses. STUDENT ON-LINE (THE MOODLE AND E-CLASS ENVIRONMENT) The student s FGV login and password provide him/her with access to Student On-line (an information system that gives students access to academic information relating to their progress in subjects they are taking) and to the Moodle or E-class environment (teaching support system), which offer guides, manuals, regulations, calendars, notifications and other academic information relating to the day-to-day of his/her course. The Moodle (for those studying Economics, Social Sciences and History and Applied Mathematics) and the E-class (for those studying Administration) environments constitute the
13 official channels of communication between coordinators, the educational center, professors and other departments, and students. ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES Educational development at an undergraduate level is not limited to the technical-professional dimension alone, but also involves a multidisciplinary perspective focusing on the human dimension, which helps shape the student into a citizen. These different dimensions include: developing an artistic-cultural repertoire, involvement in initiatives with a social impact on the community, participation in associations and other entities, participation in research projects, running one s own research projects, getting involved in charitable work, among others. All students who enroll in FGV undergraduate courses have to take part in academic activities that complement the subjects offered on a regular basis in order to obtain a diploma. For further information, students should read the Additional Activities Manual of their course, and if they have any additional questions, then they should contact the Educational Support Center. ACADEMIC CALENDAR Activities, during the academic year, will take place in accordance with the Academic Calendar prepared by the Educational Support Center in joint agreement with the Coordinators of the student s course. GRADE POINT AVERAGE The student s academic performance is expressed by the Grade Point Average and recorded in his/her School Transcript of Academic Record at the end of each school semester. The GPA (CR in Portuguese) is calculated on the basis of a mathematical average of the grades the student has received in all the disciplines he/she has taken since the start of the course. The C.R. is of great importance to the student since it is taken into account when he/she is applying for an internship, seeking to maintain a study grant, trying to take part in a scientific initiation project or looking to get into an academic exchange program. DEGREE AWARDS/GRADUATION CEREMONY Students who have qualified to graduate will be called up on a specific date set by the Institution to participate in the Graduation/ Degree Awards Ceremony. This ceremony will mark the official confirmation of their graduation. From this moment on, students will be able to apply to the Academic Records Office (SRA) for a certificate of completion of the course containing the date of graduation, and they will then receive the Diploma within the legally stipulated timeframe. CURRICULUM AND DISCIPLINES The curricula are sets of different disciplines or subjects, which are associated with each individual academic course. These disciplines may be required, optional or elective. The
14 compulsory disciplines are those which the student must complete, obligatorily. The optional and elective disciplines are chosen by the student, but they must obey the type and number of disciplines to be taken, which is determined by the course curriculum. DISCIPLINES WITH PREREQUISITES A curricular prerequisite is a condition that must be satisfied for a particular discipline to be taken, and involves one or more disciplines that must be taken before hand, in other words, there may be a stipulation that one or more specific disciplines must have been completed before the student can start a specific new discipline. Enrolment in disciplines whose prerequisites have not been fulfilled is not permitted under any circumstances. ATTENDANCE Attendance at programmed and required disciplines and school activities is only allowed for students enrolled at FGV. Approval (Pass) in any discipline is conditional on a given class attendance rate of at least 75%. There will be no allowances made for non-attendance. For further information, please read the Rules and Regulations of your course. STUDENT EXPULSION Expulsion involves the act applied to a student whereby his/her enrolment is cancelled, and he/she loses the right to a place in a course and his/her ties to the Institution. In order to resume his/her studies at FGV, the student will have to once again pass the Entrance Examination through the Annual Selection Process. For further information, please read the Rules and Regulations of your course. REGISTRATION FOR A DISCIPLINE OF ANOTHER COURSE order to register for a discipline of another course, the student must respect the limits allowed by curricular flexibility during the period of enrollment renewal. DISCIPLINARY RULES Any act against the physical or moral integrity of people, against the Institution s moral or material assets, or against the free exercising of its activities on the part of FGV will constitute a disciplinary infraction that will be subject to the penalties applied by the appropriate authority. For further information, please read the Rules and Regulations of your course. SPECIAL STUDIES REGIME There are cases where, based on legal stipulations, students may request a Special Studies Regime. For further information, please read the Rules and Regulations of your course.
15 ENROLLMENT RENEWAL Except in the case of Temporary Course Breaks, students must renew their enrollments at the end of each school semester within the deadlines stipulated by the Academic Records Office (SRA), if not, they might be considered as having dropped the course and would therefore lose their right to a place. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES (Taken from the Courses Rules and Regulations) The FGV undergraduate student must: a) Set a standard of respect and cordiality with regard to his colleagues, professors and staff at Fundação Getulio Vargas; b) Apply a maximum of diligence in taking advantage of the teaching that is being given; c) Participate in the classes and other academic activities being offered by the School; d) Respect the deadlines set by the academic calendar; e) Be aware of, understand and respect the School s rules and regulations; f) Pay attention to regulatory procedures, in terms of the educational organization, especially class attendance and doing the work that has been requested, and in terms of prompt payment of school fees; g) Respect FGV s material assets and look after them. STUDY ROOMS The study rooms on the 4 th and 8 th floors are available to students of all the undergraduate courses. Those wishing to use the rooms on the 8 th floor should apply to the secretary s office on the 8 th floor in order to check on when the rooms are available as per the timesheet that is coordinated by Silvana and Cristina. ASSESSMENT AND PASS SYSTEM The criteria used for assessment and approval (awarding passes) are set out in the Rules and Regulations of your course. The course coordinators and the professors between them define the best assessment criteria to be used for each discipline, which can change from semester to semester. At the beginning of each school period, students should be informed of the plan for teaching each particular discipline, its requirements and what assessment criteria will be used. TAKING A TEMPORARY COURSE BREAK A temporary course break is a temporary suspension of studies, without loss of ties with the institution and with a guarantee of right to enroll in disciplines at a future date. For further information, please consult the Rules and Regulations of your course and the deadlines set down by the Academic Records Office in their 2013 calendar.
16 ONLINE REGISTRATION MANUAL STAGE 1: ACCESSING THE STUDENT ONLINE PAGE 1) In order to register online, the student should use the Online Student system ( Aluno Online ) at Click on the menu ALUNO (Student). 2) Select the option Alunos de Graduação (Undergraduate students).
17 STAGE 2: REGISTRATION After logging in, access in the menu Matrícula the submenu entitled Matrícula (Registration) The next step is to check your data before moving on with the Registration process. If any item is incorrect please correct it and click on Atualizar (Update); Once you have confirmed that all the information is correct then click on Atualizar.
18 Instructions for the online registration will then appear on the screen. Read these carefully and click on fechar (close). STAGE 3: ADDING DISCIPLINES To include additional disciplines, please click on Incluir Disciplina (Include Discipline). A list of required/compulsory disciplines for your course will then appear on the screen.
19 Tick all the disciplines listed and then click on Escolher Turmas (Choose Classes), as shown below: Please Note: for registering elective disciplines in the case of students in their sixth semester or more, please see STAGE 6 of this Manual. STAGE 4: CHOOSING CLASSES You will then see details of the classes of the disciplines you have selected.
20 Please Note! In the case of some disciplines, there may be two classes. This may occur because one of these classes is specific for students with dependency in the corresponding discipline. Therefore, when choosing a class you should analyze your particular situation. For example: Say that the student in our example failed to pass in Macroeconomics during the previous semester. In this case, this student would have to choose the class with the code DEP, signifying that he/she would be taking this discipline in a dependence class, as shown below. If the student in our example is registering for the first time to take Macroeconomics, not then having previously failed this discipline, then he/she should select the sem o código DEP class, as shown below.
21 This was merely an example, but the same class selection process should be applied to all the disciplines being taken. STAGE 5: REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION Once you have chosen your classes, click on Matricular (Register) and wait for your registration to be processed.
22 STAGE 6: REGISTERING FOR ELECTIVE DISCIPLINES Registering for elective disciplines As above, go through the following steps: 1) Access the registration menu (menu matricula) and click on the submenu Matricula (Registration); 2) Confirm your personal details; 3) Click on Incluir Disciplina (include discipline); 4) Click on the link Incluir Disciplinas Eletivas (include elective disciplines); A list of elective disciplines will then open. When you click on the desired group, a list will open showing electives that still have room available in their classes. Click on the elective discipline you wish to take. This discipline will then be included in the list of selected disciplines.
23 5) Click on tab Escolher Turmas (Choose Classes); 6) Select the class you wish as per the instructions given in STAGE 3; N.B.: the procedure outlined in Stage 3 also applies to elective disciplines 7) Click on Matricular (Register) and wait for your registration to be processed, as explained in STAGE 4. STAGE 7: CHECKING THE DISCIPLINES FOR WHICH YOU HAVE REGISTERED In order to check the disciplines for which you have registered, click on the menu Acadêmico (Academic), submenu Disciplinas matriculadas (Disciplines registered for).
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