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Csc Annual Report 2011

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01/03/2013

Sections

Philosophy

Commitment, Excellence
and Sustainability

Vision
A center of excellence
providing quality education
based on value system and
holistic development

Mission
Strong human capabilities
through quality instruction,
research, extension and
production programs

Goal
To achieve leadership in the
four-fold functions of the institution

Objectives
1. Achieve excellence through quality
education
2. Be a leader in research
3. Provide responsive extension services
4. Increase productivity and income levels
for self-sufficiency
CATANDUANES STATE COLLEGES







ABOUT THE COVER - The fluidity of
the vector graphic, deconstructed
and shaded with official colors of
CSC, represents the si nuous
transition and seamless continuation
of developments in 2011, thus paving
way to the dynamic confluence of the
f o ur - f ol d f unc t i o n of t he
i nst i t ut i on. Ce nt r al t o t he
synchronized convergence of events
during the period in review is the
CSC logo, depicting the abiding
adherence to the mandate of the
institution.

Text, cover & page concept and
design: GSR
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2011
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Republika ng Pilipinas
Republic of the Philippines
PAMPAMAHALAANG KOLEHIYO NG CATANDUANES
CATANDUANES STATE COLLEGES
Virac, Catanduanes
( (052) 811-3134 e-mail: catanduanes_state_colleges@yahoo.com
website: http://www.csc.edu.ph

Tanggapan ng Pangulo
Of f i ce of t he Pr esi dent
His Excellency
BENIGNO S. AQUINO III
President
Republic of the Philippines

Thru: Dr. Patricia D. Licuanan
Chairperson
Commission on Higher Education

Sir:

I have the honor to submit the Accomplishment Report of the Catanduanes State Colleges for
CY 2011.

This document highlights the major accomplishments and activities of the Colleges in pursuit
of its institutional mandate.

Thank you.

Very truly yours,


MINERVA I. MORALES, Ed.D.
SUC President III
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T
he significant strides made by the Catanduanes State Colleges
in 2011 is a continuing testament of its sustained
development, which is steered by its committed workforce,
and reinvigorated by a new presidency that anchors its
direction towards excellence, relevance and social
responsibility.

During the first half of 2011, development efforts
were carried on along the four core functions of the
institution.

On January 18, CSC received P300,000 Higher
Education Development Assistance from CHED for the
upgrading of the IT facilities of the Teacher Education
Program, specifically in the linking to the SOFNET or
Save Our Future Network for Excellence in Teacher
Education web portal.

No less than Commissioner Nenalyn P.
Defensor of the Commission on Higher Education
(CHED) commended the Catanduanes State
Colleges (CSC) for its adherence to quality and
excellence in higher education.

The Commissioner, who also served as
chairperson of the CSC Board of Trustees until
January 2011, thanked the CSC for ―being all these
years a supporting partner of quality and
excellence in higher education.‖

Eight academic programs of the
Catanduanes State Colleges were also evaluated for
Level III reaccreditation by the Accrediting Agency
for Chartered Colleges and Universities of the
Philippines (AACCUP) Inc. on April 7-8, 2011.

The academic programs were Elementary
AT THE HELM—Dr. Minerva I. Morales,
sixth President of the CSC.
Sustaining and initiating development efforts in 2011

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Teacher Education, Secondary Education, AB Economics, AB Political Science, Nursing,
Industrial Technology, and Master of Public Administration.

While the Level III reaccreditation was not as time-intensive as in previous evaluations, it
was nevertheless an in-depth and probing revalidation of previously presented programs and
activities and the corresponding AACCUP suggestions for improvements.

Another gem in the crowning jewel of CSC is Ramon Olalo Gonzales who placed 5th in the
May 2011 Civil Engineer Board Examination. Moreover, 16 graduates of the CSC Panganiban
Campus passed the April 2011 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), while three out of five
BS Accountancy graduates of the CSC passed the May 2011 CPA Licensure Examination. CSC also
obtained a 61.9% passing rate in the October 2011 CPA Licensure Examination. Details of the
Licensure Examination performance is presented in page 18.

CSC‘s higher education enrolment in June 2011 increased by 338 or by 4.77 percent
compared to June 2010. Overall, June 2011 registered a total of 7,412 enrollees. During the
Second Semester, a 1.55% net increase in enrolment was also posted.

Meanwhile, several researches which were outputs in the Research Proposal Preparation/
Writeshop and Evaluation were evaluated for funding by the CSC Research Services Unit in the
second quarter of 2011.

On the extension side, the Catanduanes State Colleges, in solidarity with the greening
project of Congressman Cesar V. Sarmiento, planted more than 1, 000 seedlings of mahogany,
pili and other fruit bearing trees on January 11, 2011. CSC employees and students joined in the
historic massive tree planting drive, dubbed 1.11.11 Catanduanes Synchronized Tree Planting
Project.

Also, another Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteer (JOCV) was assigned at CSC as
technical specialist at the Soil Laboratory at College of Agri-Fisheries.

On the administrative side, a welcome development dawned at CSC and its adjacent
communities as the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) installed an Automated Teller Machine
(ATM) at the CSC campus. The construction of one unit LBP ATM booth for CSC started on
January 19, 2011, following the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement between CSC and LBP.

In compliance with the government‘s intensified campaign for transparency and
accountability, CSC also started posting on its website (www.cscs.gov.ph) vital financial and
administrative transactions. This is mandated through Section 90 of Republic Act 10147 or the
General Appropriations Act of 2011, which calls for the compulsory disclosure of financial reports
and other official dealings in government.

The advent of the second half of 2011 ushered in a milestone development as Dr. Minerva
I. Morales was elected and sworn in as the 6th President of the Catanduanes State Colleges.
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Acknowledging the past leaders of the CSC for the established groundwork in various areas of the
Colleges‘ operations, she continued the development efforts of the institution and initiated several
programs and projects for the dynamic growth of the four-fold functions of the institution.

Under her fresh incumbency, the CSC accomplished the following:

INSTRUCTION

 Declared as Second Best Performing Midwifery School by the PRC
 Declared as Fourth Best Performing School in Civil Engineer Licensure Examination
by the PRC
 Produced five (5) topnotchers in the PRC Licensure Examinations: 1
st
, 2
nd
, and 3
rd

placers in Civil Engineer Licensure Examination, one 7th placer in the Midwife
Licensure Examination, and one 9th Placer in Nurse Licensure Examination
 Collaborated with the National Youth Commission for the Youth Opportunities Forum
for student and community leaders in Catanduanes
 Conducted the first assessment test as Certified Accredited Assessment Center by
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
 Collaborated with Ayala Foundation, Inc. Youth Leadership Development Unit in
conducting Facilitators‘ Training
 Held the Intramurals 2011 with the theme ―Harnessing Teamwork Through Sports‖.
 Sourced out and received book donations from Rodriguez Britanico & Co. and
Ugnayang Nagkakaisang Layunin at Adhikain
 Ensured the on-going construction of a Bio-Park Project intended to enhance
environmental awareness and serve as laboratory for research along environmental
concerns
 Established linkage with Congressional Partylist Representatives for the educational
assistance for poor but deserving students –
- Ako Bicol Partylist – P840,000.00
- Gabriela Partylist - P100,000.00
- Bayan Muna Partylist - P100,000.00
 Authorized employees and students to attend local, regional, and national conferences,
trainings and study tours
 Established a participatory and open door policy with the student body by conducting
Consultative Meeting and Project Planning Writeshop with Student Leaders

RESEARCH
 Conducted 2011 In-House Review of Completed Researches (Search for Uswag Award)
 Executed MOA with the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Region V for a
collaborative research undertaking (Catanduanes Sustainable Technology Infusion in
Inland Fisheries Development Program (CS-IFD) in the amount of P 1.5 M
 Generated a total of P 1.4 million research project (Catanduanes Indigenous Rice
Development Program (CIRDEP) funded by the Department of Agriculture Region V
 Participated in Poster Presentation on Health Researches in National research forum
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and conducted echo-seminar workshop on Health Research Agenda in line with the
task of coming up with a health-based researches which are anchored on the Philippine
National Health Research System
 Granted by CHED-Zonal Research Center research funding amounting to P185,600.00
(Government Support for the Pro-Poor Programs in the Province of Catanduanes)
 Completed a study in coordination with DILG, Region V and the Spanish Agency for
International Development Cooperation
 Conducted writeshop for research projects involving all colleges such as the technical
workshop on improving technical research writing skills and packaging of CSC
research program on Abaca and Sweet Potato
 Conducted pre-collaborative discussion with FIDA Catanduanes for a project on abaca


EXTENSION
 Conducted province-wide training projects for skills and entrepreneurial development
of women and OSY in coordination with DOST, TESDA, and DOLE
 Conducted entrepreneurial encouraging projects in cooperation with the Department
of Trade and Industry
 Conducted series of related activities for Techno-Gabay Program
 Sustained the implementation of extension services along Environmental Management
and Local Governance in Buyo District
 Coordinated and led the implementation of International Coastal Clean-up

ADMINISTRATION

 Chosen as a Finalist in the 2011 Civil Service Commission‘s Regional Search for
Outstanding Agency
 Emerged as the Regional Winner in the 2011 Search for Eco-Friendly Schools
sponsored by Smart and Environment Management Bureau
 Conducted the groundbreaking ceremony for the CSC Alumni Building
 Sought the assistance of the Congressman of Catanduanes for provision of a vehicle
cum ICT facilities that will facilitate the delivery of education, health services,
technologies, and other related services to identified sectors/clientele in the
community
 Submitted a project proposal to DENR for the establishment of ―Catanduanes Clonal
Nursery‖
 Conducted exploratory consultation-meeting with Southeast Asian Fisheries
Development Center, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, and OPAg
Catanduanes for the establishment of crab hatchery
 Worked with a Scientist from Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Dr.
Emilia Quinitio for aquaculture development initiatives
 Organized Aquaculture Forum attended by officials from BFAR local, regional, and
national offices
 Participated in the series of coastal clean-up activities during the Civil Service Month
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Celebration and International Clean-up Day
 Implemented infrastructure projects – Laboratory Building Phase IV and Athletic
Oval (completion); Ladies‘ Dormitory (repair); Perimeter Fence (construction); CBA
Building (plan & cost estimate preparation) and 2-storey BSND Building (plan & cost
estimate preparation)

More development programs, projects and activities were initiated and implement in 2011.
Several other projects and researches were proposed in the last quarter of the year in review, such
as the study on Indigenous Upland Rice Production, funded by the Department of Agriculture.

The Gender and Development Committee (GADComm) also conducted a symposium on
Gender Fair Education as one of the activities spearheaded by GADComm during the 40
th
Charter
Celebration on June 29, 2011. Gender Awareness, Gender Fair Language, Sexual Harassment in
the Workplace, and Gender Equality in the Academe were discussed in the symposium.

GADComm also held a series of activities in observance of the 18-day Campaign to End
Violence Against Women (VAW) from November 25, 2011 to December 12, 2011 such as the
information drive parade around the capital town proper participated in by CSC community. The
participants carried placards depicting all efforts to end VAW. Moreover, several seminars on
gender awareness for students and employees were also conducted.

One noteworthy event that served as a finale to the fruitful undertakings in 2011 was the
solemn Investiture of Dr. Minerva I. Morales as the 6th President of the Catanduanes State
Colleges on December 9, 2011. A fusion of traditional academic ceremony and Holy Mass
solemnized the investiture rite. In her investiture address, Dr. Morales paid tribute to the past
administrators of CSC, laid her administration's plans and programs, and reiterated her
administration's strong anchorage on transparency and accountability. It was also a fitting cap to
the auspicious groundwork laid by the new administration in 2011.

As such, CSC Administration looks forward to 2012 with firmer resolve to further improve
instruction through accreditation, quality assurance, and facilities improvement. Stronger
research, extension and production programs will be continuously carried through grants,
collaborative undertakings, and sustainable resource generation undertakings. Staff and student
development will likewise be given priority through trainings, scholarship and other human
resource development interventions.  


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Transmittal Letter
The Year in Review …………………….. i
Academic Services …………………….. 2
Enrolment Data …………………….. 2
Data on Graduates …………………….. 6
Accreditation and Center of Development …………………….. 11
Program Offerings …………………….. 12
Faculty Profile - Educational Attainment …………………….. 16
Academic Rank …………………….. 17
Licensure Examination Performance …………………….. 18
Chronicles of our Topnotchers …………………….. 19
Scholarship of Faculty Members …………………….. 26
Scholarship of Tertiary Students …………………….. 27
Trainings, Seminar-Workshops - Tertiary Students ………….. 29
Student Achievers …………………….. 32
Accredited Student Organizations …………………….. 36
Purchased Books …………………….. 37
Researches and Other Activities …………………….. 49
Extension Services and Other Activities …………………….. 57
Production Services …………………….. 65
Physical Improvement …………………….. 70
Acquired Property, Plant & Equipment …………………….. 72
Approved Board Resolutions …………………….. 85
Summary of Income, Main Campus …………………….. 91
Budget …………………….. 93
NCA Received …………………….. 96
Summary of Income, Panganiban Campus …………………….. 98
Teaching and Non Teaching Staff Seminars, Trainings……….. 100
The CSC Board of Trustees …………………….. 109
Officers of the Administration …………………….. 110
The Academic Council …………………….. 111

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T
his report summarizes the significant activities and accomplishments of Catanduanes State
Colleges in CY 2011, with emphasis on Major Final Outputs (MFOs) in the instruction,
research, extension, and production as well as the administration‘s efforts towards the
attainment of the institution‘s four-fold functions.

Under instruction, emphasis is given to the number of enrolled students, which is
reflected in the enrolment data, the number of graduates, full time faculty members‘ highest
education degree, licensure passing rates, academic programs accredited and scholarships.
Curricular Programs
2
nd
Sem 2010-2011 1
st
Sem 2011-2012 2
nd
Sem 2011-2012
M F Total M F
To-
tal
M F Total
A. ADVANCED EDUCATION
Graduate School
Doctor of Education – Educ’l Mgt. 11 21 32 12 28 40 11 29 40
MA in Education- Educational Mgt. 23 84 107 28 98 126 22 91 113
MA in Education- Mathematics 2 11 13 5 12 17 6 9 15
MA in Education - Filipino - - - - 6 6 1 9 10
Master of Public Administration 17 9 26 18 15 33 12 9 21
Master in Business Administration 9 34 43 6 25 31 7 20 27
MA in Agricultural Education 1 - 1 1 - 1 - - -
MA in Industrial Education 7 6 13 5 4 9 8 7 15
MA in English 2 20 22 7 29 36 7 20 27
MA in Teaching Biology 3 8 11 5 8 13 6 8 14
MA in Teaching Physics 5 7 12 2 - 2 5 - 5
MA in Teaching Chemistry 1 1 2 1 2 3 - 1 1
Diploma in Public Administration - 1 1 - - - - - -
Diploma in College Teaching - 4 4 - 2 2 - 1 1
Diploma in Educational Administration 3 11 14 - - - - - -
Diploma in Educational Management 2 20 22 4 20 24 2 14 16
Grand Total for Advanced Education 86 237 323 94 249 343 87 218 305
Enrolment data

A
n increase in student population was noted in SY 2011-2012. Both the first and second se-
mesters registered a relative uptake.
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T
he key development indicators that were recorded under instructional services further bol-
stered CSC‘s pursuit for achieving greater access and equity as well as quality and excellence.
An increase in the number of enrollees as well as graduates were notable during the period
in review. There were also commendable performances in licensure examinations. More scholar-
ship opportunities were availed of both by the teaching staff and the students.
The accreditations of curricular programs were likewise sustained, and the strengthening of
course offerings was carried out. Support to student development and improvements in instruc-
tional facilities such as the purchase of books, were also given priority in 2011.
Curricular Programs
2
nd
Sem 2010-2011
1
st
Sem
2011-2012
2
nd
Sem
2011-2012
M F Total M F Total M F
Total
College of Agriculture &
Fisheries

BS Agriculture- General Curriculum 123 86 209 14 16 30 7 11 18
-Crop Science 11 8 19 9 9 18 11 13 24
- Animal Science 25 10 35 31 15 46 34 14 48
- Agricultural Education 6 11 17 4 6 10 4 6 10
- Agro-Forestry 2 - 2 - - - - - -
- Fisheries 7 1 8 6 1 7 6 1 7
College of Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration 16 29 45 20 45 65 18 37 55
Bachelor of Arts in Economics 8 20 28 12 40 52 11 34 45
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science 50 31 81 54 53 107 50 48 98
BS in Biology 17 55 72 33 95 128 27 90 117
BS in Mathematics 44 33 77 75 45 120 70 45 115
College of Business & Accountancy

BS in Business Administration –Common
Years
57 151 208 51 172 223 52 168 220
- Financial Management 13 47 60 14 44 58 14 43 57
- Marketing Management 10 43 53 17 55 72 17 53 70
- Human Resource Development
Management
24 39 63 30 50 80 30 49 79
BS in Entrepreneurship 40 77 117 44 72 116 40 69 109
BS in Accountancy 51 99 150 72 117 189 66 111 177
BS in Office Administration 47 217 264 55 230 285 55 159 214
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Curricular Programs
2
nd
Sem 2010-2011 1
st
Sem 2011-2012 2
nd
Sem 2011-2012
College of Technology
M F Total M F Total M F Total
BS in Civil Engineering 348 145 493 379 149 528 363 142 505
BS in Information Management 57 87 144 26 37 63 31 37 68
BS in Information Technology 219 162 318 251 193 444 242 178 420
BS in Information System 67 109 176 105 145 250 101 140 241
BS in Industrial Education 25 8 33 Replaced with BTTE curriculum
BS in Industrial Technology 235 29 264 262 72 334 262 64 326
Bachelor of Trade Technical Education
- Electronics Technology 12 1 13 29 2 31 28 2 30
- Food Service Management 7 18 25 9 41 50 9 34 43
College of Education
Bachelor in Elementary Education 99 444 543 88 454 542 90 444 534
Bachelor in Secondary Education- Com-
mon Yrs.
- - - 36 83 119 36 83 119
- English 14 37 51 9 29 38 15 41 56
- Filipino 5 23 28 4 20 24 4 20 24
- Biological Science 11 39 50 11 32 43 19 47 66
- Mathematics 27 33 60 24 27 51 32 40 72
- Social Studies 10 5 15 6 4 10 9 25 34
- MAPE 16 29 45 16 28 44 23 38 61
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Curricular Programs
2
nd
Sem 2010-2011 1
st
Sem 2011-2012 2
nd
Sem 2011-2012
College of Health Sciences

M F Total M F Total M F Total
BS in Nursing 98 277 375 66 238 304 66 234 300
BS in Nutrition and Dietetics 14 92 106 15 102 117 14 97 111
Panganiban Campus
BS in Agriculture 108 62 170 38 26 64 37 25 62
BS in Industrial Education 11 57 68 10 38 48 10 38 48
Bachelor in Elementary Education 50 177 227 48 174 222 46 167 213
Bachelor in Technical Teacher
Education
27 43 70 29 71 100 26 59 85
Voc-Tech Courses-Non Degree
Agricultural Technology (Main &
Panganiban)
- - - 284 186 470 253 164 417
Certificate in Trade Technology
- Automotive 152 - 152 143 1 144 126 - 126
- Drafting 44 9 53 45 7 52 40 5 45
- Electrical 98 - 98 111 - 111 94 - 94
- Electronics 128 4 132 128 2 130 106 2 108
- Foods 16 75 91 16 54 70 15 50 65
- Garments, Fashion and Design 4 16 20 6 30 36 5 26 31
- Mechanical Technology 28 - 28 27 - 27 24 - 24
- Refrigeration/Air-conditioning 26 - 26 25 - 25 20 - 20
Certificate in Midwifery - 104 104 - 106 106 - 85 85
Grand Total for Higher Education 2,507 3,042 5,549 2,787 3,416 6,203 2,658 3,738 5,896
C. Secondary Education
CSC Laboratory Schools - High School 160 173 333 152 186 338 152 186 338
Panganiban Campus Laboratory High
School
68 95 163 61 102 163 61 102 163
D. Elementary Education
CSC Laboratory Schools - Elementary 161 187 348 178 187 365 137 141 278
Kindergarten - - - 41 46 87 41 46 87
GRAND TOTAL 2,982 3,734 6,716 3,272 4,140 7,412 3,136 3,931 7,067
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SOURCE: Planning Services
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Course Male Female TOTAL
ADVANCED EDUCATION
Doctor of Education 2 1 3
MA in Education – Educational Management - 4 4
Master in Business Administration - 1 1
Master of Arts in Teaching - Biology 0 1 2
Diploma in Public Administration 0 1 1
Diploma in Educational Management 1 5 6
Diploma in College Teaching 0 1 1
Sub-total for Advanced Education 3 14 17
HIGHER EDUCATION
College of Agriculture and Fisheries

BS in Agriculture
Agricultural Education 2 5 7
Agro-Forestry 2 - 2
Animal Science 12 5 17
Crop Science 4 2 6
Sub-total 20 12 32
College of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Arts
Economics 4 3 7
Political Science 14 5 19
Public Administration 3 2 5
Biology 3 8 11
Mathematics 4 6 10
Sub-total 28 24 52
Data on Graduates

A
n increasing trend in the number of graduates has been recorded for the last five
years. In SY 2011-2012, CSC produced 1,209 graduate in higher education and 17
in advanced education.
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Course Male Female TOTAL
College of Business and Accountancy
BS in Accountancy 6 8 14
BS in Business
Administration
Financial Management 7 26 33
Human Resource Mgt 8 18 26
Marketing Management 3 19 22
Marketing - 1 1
BS in Entrepreneurship 7 26 33
BS in Office Administration – Computer Secretarial Education 6 45 51
Sub-total 37 143 180
College of Education
Bachelor in Elementary Education 31 127 158
Bachelor in Secondary Education English 3 6 9
Biological Science 1 8 9
Mathematics 3 6 9
Sub-total 38 147 185
College of Technology
BS in Industrial Education Automotive Technology 6 1 7
Drafting Technology 3 - 3
Civil Technology 1 - 1
Electronics 6 - 6
Electrical Technology 6 - 6
Foods 2 5 7
Garments 1 2 3
Industrial Arts 1 - 1
Mechanical Technology 1 - 1
BS in Industrial Technology Automotive Technology 16 - 16
Drafting Technology 8 - 8
Electronics 30 - 30
Electrical Technology 23 3 26
Foods 1 6 7
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Course Male Female
TOTAL
BS in Civil Engineering 43 17
60
BS in Information Management 25 52
77
BS in Information Technology 30 25
55
Sub-total 55 77
132
College of Health Sciences

BS in Nursing 31 62
93
BS in Nutrition and Dietetics 1 12
13
PANGANIBAN CAMPUS

BS in Agriculture Crop Science 1 -
1
Animal Science 19 1
20
BS in Industrial
Education
Building Construction 1 -
1
Drafting Technology 2 -
2
Foods 1 13
14
Bachelor in Elementary Education 13 41
54
Sub-total 37 55
92
TOTAL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 395 566
961
Voc-Tech Courses/Non-degree Programs

Certificate in Agricultural Science - Panganiban
Campus
22 14
36
Certificate in Agricultural Science - Main Campus 26 29
55
Trade Technical
Course
Automotive Technology 32 -
32
Civil Technology - -
-
Drafting Technology 4 -
4
Electrical Technology 27 -
27
Electronics 22 -
22
Foods - 25
25
Garments - -
-
Mechanical Technology 6 -
6
Refrigeration and Aircon 7 -
7
Diploma in Midwifery Education - 23
34
TOTAL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION NON-DEGREE 146 102
248
GRAND TOTAL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 541 668
1209
Secondary Education
(Laboratory Schools)
Main Campus 35 49 84
Panganiban Campus 20 18 38
Total for Secondary Education 55 67 122
Elementary Education 13 31 44
Senior Kindergarten 16 22 38
GRAND TOTAL 628 802 1,430
SOURCE: Planning Services
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W
ith an increasing
number of
graduates every year, the
CSC staged its 40th
graduation ceremonies in
two clusters on March 24
and 25, 2011 at the CSC
Gymnasium.
John Elmar B.
Templonuevo, editor in
chief of the CSC
Statesman, the official
tertiary student
publication of the CSC,
led SY 2010-2011's roster
of 1,093 graduating students in the 40th Catanduanes
State Colleges Main Campus Commencement Exercises,
closely followed by consistent civil engineering (CE) quiz
winner Benjames T. Go.
Both graduated as Magna Cum Laude.
Templonuevo, BS in Education major in English, earned a
general weighted average of 1.4317 and Go, BS in Civil
Engineering, with 1.439
Also among the top lists of graduating honor
students was Lalaine S. Vitalicio, BS in Accountancy, who
received the Certificate of Graduation with Academic
Distinction for earning a general weighted average of 1.44.
The graduation ceremonies on March 24 was
slated for Cluster A composed of the Graduate School,
College of Business and Accountancy, College of Education
and College of Health Sciences while March 25, 2011 was
scheduled for Cluster B consisting of the College of
Technology, College of Agriculture and Fisheries and the
College of Arts and Sciences
Other honor graduates of CSC were Joey D.
Antonio, Bachelor of Elementary Education – 1.528; Sonia
Richelle B. Magdaraog, BS in Civil Engineering - 1.58;
Jogene Alilly C. San Juan, BS in Information Technology -
1.59; Jennifer A. Bobis, BS in Mathematics - 1.6; Jenny P.
Tejerero, Bachelor of Secondary Education - 1.611; Analiza
T. Reodique, BS in Accountancy - 1.6158; Ferlyn De la
Cruz, BS in Office Administration - 1.63; Meriam Joy O.
Tating, BS in Business Administration – Financial
Management - 1.66; Jessa P. Fernandez, Bachelor of
Secondary Education - 1.668; Mary Ann P. Ternida,
Bachelor of Elementary Education - 1.6775;
Emma T. Ubalde, BS in Accountancy - 1.682;
Jessica P. Fernandez, Bachelor of Secondary Education -
40th CSC Commencement Exercises staged in two clusters
1.684; Shiela Jenn B.
Gianan, Bachelor of
E l e m e n t a r y
Education - 1.688;
Jaysel T. Evangelista,
BS in Agriculture -
1. 69; Karla C.
Mendoza, BS in
Nursing - 1.69;
Raquel N. Velasco,
BS in Business
Administration –
F i n a n c i a l
Management - 1.6906; Ma. Mariel B. Tatel, BS in
Mathematics - 1.7; Princess Dianne B. Arcega, Bachelor of
Elementary Education - 1.704;
Michaela R. Chavez, Bachelor of Secondary
Education - 1.71505; Jacqueline N. Tabor, BS in
Accountancy - 1.718; Hilda F. Tabios, BS in Information
Technology - 1.72; Gretchen T. Olfindo, BS in Information
Management - 1.723; Paula Bianca DLC B. Bagayan, BS in
Information Management - 1.726; Rhona M. Columna,
Bachelor of Elementary Education - 1.726; Ave M. Aquino,
Bachelor of Elementary Education - 1.7278; Joana Mariz
M. Tatac, BS in Office Administration - 1.73; Lea F. Avila,
Bachelor of Secondary Education - 1.736;
Angelyn T. Odiaman, Bachelor of Elementary
Education - 1.7385; Crisalyn G. Tumala, BS in
Accountancy - 1.7392; Jerome A. Ollet, BS in Nursing -
1.74; Myrna D. Santelices, BS in Accountancy - 1.7417; Ana
Liza A. Artoz, Bachelor of Secondary Education - 1.7456
and Ryan T. Zafe, BS in Nursing - 1.75
The CSC Panganiban Campus had their gradua-
tion ceremonies on March 26, 2011 with Engr. Francis A.
Gianan, member of the CSC Board of Trustees represent-
ing Private Sector, as the Commencement Speaker. It had
54 graduates in the Bachelor of Elementary Education, 21
in BS in Agriculture, 17 in BS in Industrial Education and
36 in Certificate in Agricultural Science, The CSC Main
Campus commencement speakers were Dr. Ma. Angelita
C. Cells, assistant regional director of the Department of
Budget and Management for Cluster A and Director
Tomas B. Briñas of DOST Regional Office V for Cluster B.
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I
n support to the attainment of quality education, the CSC administration dynamically pushes
for the accreditation of its academic programs. Efforts are continuously being exerted to sus-
tain the progress of accreditation endeavors by all academic programs.

The table below shows the progress of accreditation of CSC‘s academic programs, of which
eight have qualified for Level III status, three for Level II-Reaccredited status, two for Level 1 status
and six for Candidate status. On April 7-8, 2011, the Level III programs were evaluated for Level
III-Reaccredited Status.

Programs/courses Level Effectivity Accrediting
Body
Master of Arts in Education

Level III
(evaluated for Level
III-reaccredited
status)




Dec. 16, 2009
to
Dec. 15, 2010






Accrediting
Agency of
Chartered
Colleges and
Universities
of the
Philippines,
Inc.
(AACCUP)
Master of Public Administration
AB Economics
AB Political Science
Bachelor of Elementary Education
Bachelor of Secondary Education
BS in Industrial Technology
BS in Nursing
BS in Nutrition and Dietetics
Level II
(Reaccredited)





Dec. 1, 2008
to
Nov. 30, 2010
BS in Accountancy
BS in Business Administration
BS in Biology Level I Accredited

BS in Mathematics
Doctor of Education

Candidate Status

Master in Business Administration
AB Public Administration
BS in Agriculture
BS in Civil Engineering
BS in Information Management
Accreditation and Center of Development
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A
nother achievement by the Catanduanes State Colleges (CSC) raised the bar of its academic
excellence when the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) declared its Teacher Education
Program as one of Centers of Development in the Philippines.

A Center of Development (COD) is awarded to a program in a higher education institution which
demonstrates the potential to become a Center of Excellence in the future. On the other hand, a Center of
Excellence (COE) is awarded to a program in a higher education institution which continuously
demonstrates excellent performance in the areas of instruction, research and publication, extension and
linkages, institutional qualifications, and provides excellent quality pre-service teacher education program
to meet the needs of progressive teachers for elementary, secondary and special education programs in the
Philippines.

The CSC, as Center of Development, shall enjoy grants and benefits, priority in the selection of CHED
institutional partners about CHED developmental projects. It is also entitled to other non-monetary
subsidies and awards such as faculty scholarships for graduate studies and priority for CHED research
grants.

The CSC will also be prioritized in availing financial assistance
and linkages through consortia and collaborations with
other academic institutions.

As Center of Development, the
CSC CoEd is directed to accelerate the
development of the Teacher
Education programs through
strategic development
agenda and projects; develop quality
instructional programs through faculty
development, upgrade facilities and
library holdings.

It must also undertake basic and applied research
on emerging trends and developments in the field of Teacher Education;
carry out extension and linkages through consortia and collaborations with academe
and establish linkages with Centers of Excellence in Teacher Education to further improve instructional and
research capabilities.

The award as Center of Development for Teacher Education shall be for a period of three (3) years. #
CSC conferred by CHED as
COD for Teacher Education
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Program Offerings

CSC is a comprehensive higher education institution with multi-disciplinary cur-
ricular offerings. The academic programs and areas of specializations offered by the insti-
tution are:

MAIN CAMPUS

ADVANCE EDUCATION

Graduate School
Doctor of Education Major in Educational Management
Master of Arts in Education
Major fields:
Educational Management
Mathematics
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Filipino
Master of Public Administration
Master in Business Administration
Master of Arts
Major fields:
Industrial Education
English
Guidance and Counseling
Master of Arts in Teaching
Major fields:
Biology
Physics
Chemistry
Diploma in Public Administration
Diploma in College Teaching
Diploma in Educational Management

HIGHER EDUCATION

College of Agriculture and Fisheries

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
Major fields:
Agricultural Education Agro-Forestry
Animal Science Crop Science

College of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Arts in Economics
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
Bachelor of Arts major in Public Administration
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics





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College of Business and Accountancy

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Major fields:
Financial Management
Human Resource Development Management
Marketing Management
Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
Bachelor of Science in Office Administration

College of Education

Bachelor in Elementary Education
Bachelor in Secondary Education
Major fields:
Filipino Mathematics Biological Science
Social Studies Music, Arts and Physical Education
Home Economics and Livelihood Education

College of Health Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics
2-Year Certificate in Midwifery

College of Technology

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology
Major fields:
Automotive Technology Electronics Technology
Civil Technology Food Service Management
Drafting Technology Garments, Fashion and Design
Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology
Heating, Ventilating, Airconditioning and Refrigeration Technology
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Bachelor in Technical Teacher Education
Major fields:
Automotive Technology Electronics Technology
Civil Technology Food Service Management
Drafting Technology Garments, Fashion and Design
Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology
Heating, Ventilating, Airconditioning and Refrigeration Technology

Bachelor of Science in Information Management
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

2-Year Certificate in Trade Technology
Major fields:
Automotive Technology Electronics Technology
Civil Technology Food Service Management
Drafting Technology Garments, Fashion and Design
Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology
Heating, Ventilating, Airconditioning and Refrigeration Technology

PANGANIBAN CAMPUS
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
Major fields::
Animal Science Crop Science
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education
Major fields::
Building Construction Drafting Technology
Food Trades Technology
Bachelor in Elementary Education
Bachelor in Technical Teacher Education
Major fields:
Civil Technology Food Service Management

Secondary (CSC Main and Panganiban Campus) - First Year-Fourth Year
Elementary (CSC Main Campus) - Grade I-VI
Pre School (CSC Main Campus) - Junior and Senior Kindergarten


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Profile of Highest Education Attainment of Faculty Members
CSC Main and Panganiban Campus
College PhD / Ed. D MS / MA BS / AB TOTAL
Advanced Education 3 - - 3
College of Agri-Fisheries 3 5 6 14
College of Arts and Sciences 14 24 15 53
College of Business and Accountancy 2 4 7 13
College of Education 3 22 8 33
College of Health Sciences 1 17 1 19
College of Technology - Dep’t of Engineering - 3 7 10
College of Technology - Department of Industrial
Technology
- 9 12 21
College of Technology - Dep’t of Information and
Communications Technology
- 5 2 7
Research Services - plantilla position with faculty rank - - 1 1
Extension Services -plantilla positions with faculty rank - - 2 2
CSC Panganiban Campus 4 10 11 25
TOTAL 30 99 72 201
49%
15%
36%
Ph.D/Ed.D. MS/MA AB/BS
M
ajority or 99 of the faculty members at both Main and Panganiban Campuses have
master‘s degree, followed by those with bachelor‘s degree (72), and doctorate de-
gree (30).
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Academic Rank Frequency Percentage
College Professor 1 0.5%
Professor VI 3 1%
Professor III 2 1%
Professor II 2 1%
Professor I 5 2%
Associate Professor V 14 7%
Associate Professor IV 7 3%
Associate Professor III 11 5%
Associate Professor II 11 5%
Associate Professor I 2 1%
Assistant Professor IV 19 9%
Assistant Professor III 14 7%
Assistant Professor II 12 6%
Assistant Professor I 25 12%
Instructor III 16 8%
Instructor II 12 6%
Instructor I 53 25%
7%
6%
1%
9%
5%
5%
3%
7%
2%
1%
12%
8%
6%
25%
1%
0.5%
1%
College Prof Prof VI Prof III Prof II Prof I Asso Prof V
Asso Prof IV Asso Prof III Asso Prof II Asso Prof I Asst Prof IV Asst Prof III
Asst Prof II Asst Prof I Inst III Inst II Inst I
Frequency of Academic Rank
CSC Main and Panganiban Campus
Licensure/Board Examination Performance

I
n 2011, CSC sealed 14 licensure examinations with Above National Passing Percentage as well as
produced four (4) board topnotchers in Civil Engineer Licensure Examination, one (1) in Mid-
wife Licensure Examination, and one (1) in Nurse Licensure Examination.
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Source: Professional Regulation Commission (www.prc.gov.ph)
2011 Board / Licensure Examination No. of Takers
Total
No. of
Takers
No. of Passers
Total
No. of
Passers
Overall Passing %
CSC MAIN CAMPUS
Month
of
Exam
First
Timers
Re-
peaters
First
Timers
Repeaters CSC Nat’l
Nurse Licensure Exam Dec 5 24 29 3 6 9 31.03 33.92
Nurse Licensure Exam
Board Topnotcher:
 9th Place - Jann Marvin Posada
Jul 90 8 98 77 0 77 78.57 48.01
Civil Engineer Licensure Exam
Board Topnotchers:
 1st Place - Benjie T. Pantino
 2nd Place - Benjames T. Go
 3rd Place - Jerwin D. Rendon
Nov 55 8 63 42 2 44 69.84 34.28
Civil Engineer Licensure Exam
Topnotcher:
 5th Place - Ramon O. Gonzales
May 9 21 30 4 10 14 46.67 38.34
Midwife Licensure Exam
Topnotcher:
 7th Place - Nirvana Josabel Ortiz
Nov 26 1 27 24 0 24 88.89 45.29
Midwife Licensure Exam April 4 3 7 3 0 3 42.86 42.22
CPA Licensure Exam—Middle East Dec
no
examinee
1 1
no
examinee
1 1 100 No PRC data
CPA Licensure Exam Oct 15 6 21 10 3 13 61.90 47.7
CPA Licensure Exam – Middle East Nov
no
examinee
1 1
no
examinee
1 1 100.00 26.00
CPA Licensure Exam May
no
examinee
5 5
no
examinee
3 3 60% 40.5
LET - Elementary
Sept
184 82 266 104 6 110 41.35 22.68
LET - Secondary 83 111 194 38 102 194 24.23 31.45
LET - Elementary
April
10 126 133 6 21 27 19.85 15.81
LET - Secondary 33 111 144 7 18 25 17.36 26.28
Licensure Exam for Agriculturist Jul 20 5 25 1 2 3 12.00 36.63
Nutritionist-Dietician
Licensure Exam
Jul 14
no
examinee
14 6
no
examinee
6 42.86 66.97
CSC PANGANIBAN CAMPUS
LET - Elementary
April
3 6 9 1 2 3 33.33 15.81
LET - Secondary
no
examinee
10 10
no
examinee
2 2 20.00 26.28
LET - Elementary
Sept
8 10 18 5 0 5 27.78 22.68
LET - Secondary 9 8 17 0 0 0 0.00 31.45
TOP 1, 2, and 3 -- Benjie, Benjames and Jerwin.
Chronicles of our Topnotchers
T
hey all share lots of common denominators
aside from having almost similar-sounding
names. And these parallelisms must be the
luck that catapulted them to the top.
Benjie T. Pantino, Benjames T. Go, and
Jerwin DL. Rendon made another resounding
history for the Catanduanes State Colleges when
they virtually snared the Top 1-2-3 ranks in the
November 2011 Civil Engineer Licensure
Examination given by the Professional Regulation
Commission.
Benjie earned a rating of 98.05%; Benjames
got a score of 97.35%, and Jerwin obtained a rating
of 97%. They all hail from the capital town of Virac,
had been the CSC‘s award-winning contestants in
several regional and national CE quizzes, and were
consistent dean‘s listers. Most of all, they are their
hardworking parents‘ dutiful sons.
Topnotcher Benjie, who is from Marilima,
Virac, is a son of a farmer and a housekeeper. He
graduated as Valedictorian at Magnesia Elementary
School and Magnesia National High School.
Second placer Benjames finished his
elementary education at Virac Pilot Elementary
School as Salutatorian and his secondary education
as Salutatorian at Catanduanes National High
School. His father works as foreman, and his mother
is a housekeeper.
Third in rank Jerwin finished his elementary
education at Pajo Baguio Elementary School as
Parallelism marks CSC’s Top 1, 2, & 3 in
Nov. 2011 Civil Engineer Board Exam
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Valedictorian. His father is a tricycle driver, and his
mother is a housekeeper.
“Mga maorag talaga ang mga professors
mi,‖ (Our professors are indeed excellent), Benjie
said. He also affirmed the potency of their
teachers‘ approach in further distilling their lessons
for better understanding through multi-lingual
instruction.
―I never thought that I will top the exam.
The test was somewhat easy but very tricky for me.
And it took some time before it sank in on me that I
topped the test‖, Benjie added.
Euphoria engulfed CSC students, employees
and alumni as news started spreading in the early
evening of November 23 in social networking sites
and text messages proclaiming the unparalleled
grand slam of Catanduanes State Colleges in the CE
board exam.
This feat brings to 24 the number of
topnotchers produced by the Catanduanes State
Colleges in the Civil Engineer and Junior Geodetic
Engineer Licensure Examination. Just mid of 2011,
Ramon O. Gonzales of Viga, Catanduanes, placed
fifth in the May 2011 CE board exam.
Pantino‘s achievement is also the third time
CSC has produced a First Placer. Ruben T. Quintal,
the second CSC graduate who topped the CE board
in 2005, earned the highest-ever rating in recent
years at 98.25. He held this distinction for several
years.
The pioneer achiever who paved the way for
the CSC‘s illustrious roster of topnotchers was
Edwin T. Ogerio of Caramoran, Catanduanes, who
topped CE Board Exam in 1992.
Other CSC topnotchers in order of rank
were: 4th Place—Hazel Boragay (1993); 6th Place—
Devy S. Santos, and Norman N. Tarnate (2006);
9th Place— Richard Tabuzo (1997); Christopher
Yuga (2001);
10th Place—Jomar T. Pitajen (2006); Raisa
Joyce de Vera (2006); Ronnel G. Gianan (2007);
11th Place—Mary Ann Traqueña (2004);
12th Place—Keyel Isorena (2005); Nathaniel
Turado (2005); 15th Place—Ananias Fernandez, Jr.
(2001); 16th Place—Gilbert del Valle (2005); 17th
Place—Aldrin Tapel (1998); and 19th Place—
Vicente Tayam, Jr. (2002).
CSC also produced placers in the Junior
Geodetic Engineer Licensure Exam in 1992 (4
th

placer, Manuel Zuniega Jr.), 1993 (4
th
placer, Hazel
Boragay) and 1996 (2
nd
placer, Carlo Magno
Guerrero).
CSC earned a passing rate of 69.84%, which
is above the 34.28% national passing rate.
The successful Nov. 2011 CE examinees from
CSC are Aguilar, Fuchsia May T.; Agunday, Noel P.;
Aldea, Jaypee D.; Alejandro, Richmonilyn T.;
Arcega, Arjay C.; Bagadiong, Alfredo Jr. Z.; Borja,
Edrey C.; Borja, Jan Rassel M.; Broñola, Evelyn T.;
Caballero, Benjie T.; Dela Cruz, Jerremy M.; Delos
Santos, Daisy T.; Dolores, Famino Paul J.; Gianan,
Arjen M.; Gimenez, Jonathan S; Go, Benjames T.;
Lanon, Mark Laurence M.; Ligsay, Rogelio
Jr. C.; Lizaso, Jessel T.; Magdaraog, Sonia Richelle
B., Magtagnob, Rosalyn; Magtangob, Sherwin C.;
Molod, Dexter C.; Nakpil, Renalyn Erika P.; Panti,
Marife T.; Pantino, Benjie T.; Pantino, Michelle T.;
Pinlac, Ronnie V.; Quintal, Lorenzo Miguel
T.; Rodriguez, Inoue Philip L.; Rendon, Jerwin DL.;
Samonte, Anna Vanessa O.; Santos, Henry Jr. T.;
Santos, Jayson T.; Tabinas, Janny G.; Tabuzo,
Ervin T.; Tanael, Ronnel T.; Tapia, Raymond T.;
Taway, Danilo V.; Tejada, Joseph E.; Tindugan,
Xylene Kristel T.; Torrente, Dave T.; Torrente,
Kelly T.; and Villanueva, Archie T.
CSC organized a recognition ceremony in
honor of the topnotchers, passers and their
parents, as well as the faculty members and staff of
Department of Engineering, headed by College of
Technology Dean, Engr. Emmanuel Soriao and
OIC, Engr. Pedro R. Arcilla, Jr. (GSR)
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L
ike her exotic name, which means ‗bliss‘ in
Buddhism, she felt like walking on Cloud 9
when she placed 7
th
in the November 2011
Midwife Licensure Examination (MLE).
Nirvana Josabel G. Ortiz, 18, has sustained
the Catanduanes State Colleges‘ record of producing
MLE examination topnotchers for several years now.
She earned a rating of 87 percent.
The air that pervaded at CSC, particularly in
the College of Health Sciences (CHS), was likewise as
blissful when it was declared by the Professional
Regulation Commission as the Second Best Perform-
ing School in the country. CHS earned an 88.89
passing percentage, which is way above the 45.29
national passing percentage.
Nirvana, who hails from Bislig, San Andres,
Catanduanes, finished her elementary education at
Bislig Elementary School and her secondary educa-
tion at San Andres Vocational School. She declares
being an average student but believes she has never
been a stagnant learner. ―As one matures, knowledge
also exponentially increases,‖ she said.
She said she has always been fascinated with
white uniform. She intimated that it was her child-
hood dream to take up a health-care profession
course. When she did not make it to the nursing
admission test, she took up midwifery, which she
also considers as one of her top choices for a college
degree. Her immediate goal after passing the board
examination is to find a job where she can practice
her profession.
Nirvana joins 23 other new CSC MLE pass-
ers comprised of Abundo, Diana Rose T., Aguilar,
Ma. Marife G., Aquino, Jemarie O., Brides, Bevalyn
P., Buitre, Rolerose P., Camatoy, Judy Rose C.,
Camu, Ella Abegail T., Eubra, Maria Ailene T., Flor,
Ruby C., Grefalda, Gladys M., Lama, Gissel N., Nal-
doza, Joy Raine G, Obico, Jhona Rey G., Quintal,
Helen Die M., Rodulfo, Rodelyn, Temporal, Michelle
Ross T., Sapico, Erel B., Sarmiento, Nealyn C., Sur-
ban, Carol Mae P., Tabo, Jehoney B., Tabor, Mary
Nirvana!
Ann M., Ramirez,
Lyzel O., Tusi,
Fariza Mae O.
To date,
CSC has already
produced 14 mid-
wifery board plac-
ers, comprised of
three 2nd Placers
(Kathleen Shiela
B. Ramirez - 2010,
Erica B. Obogne –
2009, Maria
Rosario T. Rodri-
guez – 2006), two
4th Placers
(Erlinda Frondozo
-Tabor – 1990 and
Kristel Mae V.
Cervantes –
2007), one 6
th

placer (Chique S. Santos – 2007), four 7
th
Placers
(Nirvana Josabel G. Ortiz - 2011, Roselyn O. Abines
– 2010, Jonna Mae A. Quintal – 2009, Marilyn
Idanan-Lucero – 1979), one 8
th
Placer (Jacqueline P.
Laroya – 2008), one 9
th
Placer (Agnes F. Trinidad –
2007) and two 10
th
Placers (Cheyserr Kate R.
Villegas – 2010 and Janessa M. Medrana – 2007)
Meanwhile, CSC has already earned six cita-
tions from the Professional Regulation Commission
as Best Performing School nationwide. It was de-
clared Top Performing School in 2010 and 2008,
Second Best this 2011, in 2006 and in 2005 and
Third Best in 2007.
CSC President Minerva I. Morales com-
mended the faculty members of CSC CHS headed by
Dean Jocelyn Ll. Jordan for attaining another sig-
nificant accomplishment barely four months after it
produced a 9
th
placer in the July 2011 Nurse Licen-
sure Examination.
The CSC administration tendered a recogni-
tion ceremony to its new MLE placer and passers on
November 29, 2011. (GSR)
WHAT’s IN A NAME, Shake-
speare once asked. For Nir-
vana, it simply goes with the
name itself.

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C
atanduanes State Colleges never runs out
of feel good stories that, in the words of its
new president, Dr. Minerva I. Morales, thun-
der across the island and beyond.
Jann Marvin Posada, 20, adds some more
pages to these inspiring stories as the 9
th

placer in the July 2011 Nurse Licensure Ex-
amination with a rating of 86%.
This March 2011 graduate of CSC College
of Health Sciences expands the list of NLE li-
censure examination topnotchers from CSC,
coming after Kristine Ramos who placed 10
th

in 2009.

From news writer to being the news
As the young man of the hour, this former
news editor of the CSC Statesman (the official
tertiary student publication) brings with him
many twists that could give good angles about
him not as a reporter but as the subject of
news.
Like, he could have graduated cum laude
if not for a slip in a minor subject, and during
the arduous three months review, he fell ill—
first of pneumonia, and then, of chicken pox.
And during that ailment, he had to be iso-
lated and consequently had to go home to Pan-
dan to get well. For two separate weeks, he
skipped the review sessions. But he never
missed the lessons even if he was, in his words,
quarantined. He stayed connected with his
notes, with his classmate and to his review
center (A1).
Dean Jocelyn Jordan of the CSC College of
Health Sciences was confident Marvin would
make it. A few days before the release, the
dean had mixed feelings of agitation and ex-
citement. The test was difficult; some takers
told that it proved their mettle on the basic
foundation of nursing. But the CSC NLE first
takers got one of highest passing rates at
85.56%
Overall, out of 78,123, only 37,513 passed
the examination.
Finding his star
IN THE NEWS—Radyo ng Bayan OIC Station Manager Arlene O. Bagadiong interviews Jann Marvin .
(GSR)
Annual Report 23
Mind over matter
Marvin is a good example of using positive
mental self imagery to attain lofty goals. When
he missed graduating with honors, he redi-
rected his focus on aiming for a good spot in
the Nurse Licensure Examination. Weeks be-
fore the review, he kept on affirming that he
will make it to the top. It was not vain brag-
ging but his way of attracting positive energy.
When he fell ill, he took it as a ‗good luck‘
sign. His fellow senior editor at the CSC
Statesman, Jonathan Tulod, kidded that his
being stricken with not just one, but two ail-
ments at the height of their review classes will
be a good news angle if ever Marvin tops the
board examination. And top he did. And now,
this story.

More signs
Kristine Ramos, 10
th
Placer in 2009 NLE,
challenged the CSC nursing student to likewise
aspire for the top in the licensure exam.
In her acceptance speech during the Rec-
ognition Ceremonies, Kristine hoisted to the
crowd a plastic clipboard that contains her
scribbled notes during her review class. She
told the nursing students that she is giving
away the clipboard to anyone who also wishes
to top the exam. That clipboard is a symbolic
icon of hard work, dedication, excellence and
faith.
Marvin stood up from the bleachers to get
that clipboard, albeit with apprehension. So,
somebody who already dashed to the stage got
hold of it. But at the bleachers, Marvin was
also able to clutch the clipboard. Luck must
have rubbed on him more fully well.
Also, during their baccalaureate mass last
March 2011, he was picked to carry to the altar
the Nightingale Lamp representing the Bache-
lor of Science in Nursing graduates. Now, he
steered his batch to national prominence

Beyond stars
If Madam Zenaida Seva admonishes every
morning: ―hindi hawak ng mga bituin ang at-
ing kapalaran; gabay lamang sila,‖ Marvin
likewise never pinned his fate solely on what‘s
written in the stars. He was a diligent student.
He never missed bringing his nursing text-
books during press works in the student publi-
cation. Even when exhausted on the wee
hours, he would find a corner at the Office of
the CSC Student Publication and start reading
his books. He was never a nerd. He would
carry some notebooks when asked to relax for
a little booze; or he would set his time limit
during night outs. When pressed till wee
hours, he would ensure to attend his hospital
duty or classes.
His journalistic and literary outputs speak
also of his passion to his academics. One of his
investigative reports delved on the fate of
healthcare services amidst crippling budget
deficit, and his literary piece, which was part of
the national prize winner Abakatanduanes lit-
erary anthology, spoke of his nightly trysts
with Pilitteri.
Combining academics with a dash of co-
curricular activities, he was awarded one of the
outstanding student leaders of CSC for 2010-
2011. In February this year, he skipped the
national writing competition in favor of his
review classes. This is the same writing event
that gave him the 9
th
place in sports writing in
2010. Now, nine must be his lucky number of
sorts.

One of CSC’s highest
The July 2011 passing rate for CSC is one
of the highest in recent years. A recognition
ceremony was tendered by the CSC to its new-
est NLE topnotcher and passers. (GSR)
Annual Report 24
H
e kept the Sabbath Day holy, and for put-
ting God first, everything fell into place.
Ramon Olalo Gonzales, 23, of Almo-
juela, Viga Catanduanes, and March 2010 BS in
Civil Engineering graduate of Catanduanes
State Colleges (CSC) ranked 5
th
in the May 2011
Civil Engineering Board Examination given by
the Professional Regulation Commission. And
his story is yet another inspiring tale of unbend-
ing faith and hard work.

From long shot to big shot
Ramon or Monching was considered by
the CSC Department of Engineering to be a long
shot in the CE board examination. He had de-
liberately shelved his plan to enroll in a review
class for the November 2010 CE board exami-
nation because the dates of tests would fall on
Saturday. As an Adventist, he has to save this
day as a special day of worship.
So while waiting for the May 2011 CE
Board examination review class, he continued
helping his septuagenarian abaca farmer father
Dulcesimo and homemaker mother Belen to
tend their abaca farm in Viga. His task was to
manage other para-hag‘ot (abaca farmers)
working in their abaca plantation, and this
would also entail him to do the grind of abaca
farming, which includes stripping the fibers. In
between, he would also help in their
‗niyogan‘ (coconut plantation) and in tenanting
a rice farm.
For several months after his graduation,
this was his task. And his modest income from
selling their farm produce enabled him to save
money for his review classes.

Reclaiming CSC glory
When the exam result came out, Ramon,
with a rating of 94.05 percent, was the only
placer among the Top 10 finishers who came
from a state college in an island province. The
Into right place, right time
HIS MOTHER’S SON – Ramon with his mother
Belen during the CSC Commencement Exer-
cises. (Facebook grab)
rest of the topnotchers are from leading univer-
sities and engineering schools in the country
such as UP Los Baños, PUP, Mapua, TIP, Uni-
versity of San Carlos in Cebu, University of
Cebu, Mindanao State University and Univer-
sity of San Carlos.
Unknown to many, Monching is also a
Registered Master Plumber. He took and
passed the examination given by PRC in Febru-
ary this year while dabbling in his review
classes.
In a phone interview, Ramon learned of
his Top 5 rank while he was already aboard a
bus bound for Catanduanes, or few days after
finishing the exam. A classmate and fellow CE
board passer relayed to him the good news, and
soon, congratulatory messages started flooding
his phone.
Ramon is now the 18
th
graduate of CSC
who topped the CE board examination.

Annual Report 25
Board exam topnotchers of Viga
Ramon finished his elementary educa-
tion at Almojuela Elementary School in Viga as
second honorable mention and his secondary
education at San Jose National High School in
Oco, Viga. He also recounts having participated
in inter-school science and math quizzes during
his intermediate grades. Incidentally, Kristine
A. Ramos, CSC BSN graduate and 2009 Nurse
Licensure Examination 10
th
placer, and Ramon
were high school classmates.

A strong groundwork
Ramon considered Design Structure
subject as the most challenging and Geotechni-
cal Hydraulics as the easiest during the exami-
nation. He added he got motivations from his
professors at their Department of Civil Engi-
neering and drew loads of inspiration from his
family. In his Facebook account, he also inti-
mated ―Nagbunga man yung five-months-no
cellphone.‖ As of Friday evening, May 20, his
Facebook account had over 50 wall posts of
congratulations.
However, it‘s not all serious stuff for this
newest CE board topnotcher from CSC. On his
FB Wall Post, he said he played Naruto 30 min-
utes after the board examination. ―Kaawat ning
result mga nheng, nakakaba,‖ was his reply to
his friends‘ comments on his wall post.
The first to break the news on his FB
account was Dean Auruz Milagrosa, a 2010 CE
graduate of CSC.
Engr. Emmanuel Soriao, dean of the
College of Technology, shared that apart from
classroom teaching, the Department of Engi-
neering (DE) also observes peer reviewing of
upper classmen to senior and junior engineer-
ing students. Taking the front on this peer
learning sessions are the regional and national
engineering quiz winners. Additionally, long
before the Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual
Education (MLE) has been espoused by acade-
micians, the CSC‘s DE has been using multilin-
gual (aside from English as a medium of in-
struction) approach in class lectures to distill
concepts, formula, theories and other technical
subject matters.

The department also observes a strin-
gent retention policy, alongside with a closely
interactive mentoring with students.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer docu-
mented this best practice in instruction after the
CSC gained national prominence when Ruben
Quintal Jr. topped the licensure examination in
2005. The PDI took note of this ingeniously
adopted mentoring by the CSC DE faculty mem-
bers through the years.

14 new CSC CE’s
Apart from Ramon, the other graduates
of CSC who passed the CE board examination
are Barceta, Rotgard Cabling; Fernandez, Mi-
chael; Francisco, Dennis Velasco; Gonzales,
Ramon Olalo; Magtagñob, Jayson Sambajon;
Montano, Edgar Jr. San Juan; Morales, Jayson
Tenito; Razal, Ian Pelagio; Soneja, Jay Andy
Teves; Sorra, Philip Jayvid Sosito; Tabuzo, Xan-
der; Tivar, Roncar Raffy Romero; Tonio, Alden
Abareta and Vasol, Shiela Ann Bozar.
Just like other CSC topntochers, Ramon
received P15,000 and a certificate of recogni-
tion from the CSC administration during the
recognition ceremony for the May 2011 CSC CE
board examination topnotcher and passers.
(GSR)
Annual Report 26
Recipient
Sponsor Type of Scholarship/Benefits Degree/HEI Enrolled







CSC



Plan D – Dissertation assistance

Doctor of Education, CSC
Ruben C. Velasco
Nemuel B. Borromeo



Plan B – Salary and regular em-
ployment benefits, free tuition
and miscellaneous fees, monthly
stipend, book allowance, sea
and land transportation
allowance, dissertation/thesis
assistance
MA in Industrial Education, BU
Crispin S. Oliveros, Jr. Doctor of Education, CSC
Leonor S. Turbolencia Ph.D. in Educational Management, PNU
Dexter M. Toyado MS in Civil Engineering, UP Diliman
Mary Jane V. Bongais MA in Physical Education, PNU
Eric V. Evangelista Ph.D. in Mathematics, PNU
Ramon S. Idanan MS in Mechanical Engineering, TUP
Susan M. Tindugan


Plan C – Study Leave with pay
(salary and regular employment
benefits)

Ph.D. in Filipino, BU
Eleanor G. Osido MS in Psychology, CEU
Josephine R. Tomagan Ph.D. in Filipino, BU
Gemma M. Samas Doctor of Education, CSC
Merle Alcantara MA in Industrial Education, CSC
Ronnie B. Santelices CHED

Plan A – benefits granted
by sponsoring institution
Master in IT, TIP
Emily V. Romero DOST-PCHRD MS in Applied Nutrition, UP
Scholarship for Employees/Faculty Members
I
n support to CSC‘s Staff Development program, 16 faculty members enjoyed, during CY 2011,
various scholarship opportunities. Fourteen (14) of them were institutional scholars, while two
faculty members respectively earned CHED and DOST-PCHRD grants.
Annual Report 27
Scholarship Program
Number of Beneficiaries
Benefit/s granted 2
nd
Sem
2010-2011
1
st
Semester
2011-2012
2
nd
Sem
2011-2012
College Education Scholarship Assistance and Reward
(CESAR) Program
1,307 1,775 1,775
Tuition and
Miscellaneous Fees
College Unified Assistance (CUA) Program 1,365 1,085 1,045
Municipal Scholarship Grant 212 183 183
President Diosdado Macapagal – Agrarian Scholarship
Program (PDMASP)
11
Renamed Agricultural Competitiveness
Enhancement Fund (ACEF)
Scholarship Fund (See ACEF beneficiaries)
Citizen Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) Partylist
Scholarship Program
Not yet
implemented
during the
period
20 20 Tuition
Ako Bicol (AKB) Party List Scholarship Program 70 70 P 6, 000.00
Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Fund
(ACEF) Scholarship Fund
5 4 P 5, 000.00
Bayan Muna 7 6 P 5, 000.00
Gabriela Women’s Partylist Scholarship Fund 5 5 P 5, 000.00
CHED Special Study Grant Program for Congressional
Districts
44 38 38 P 2, 500.00
Provincial Government Scholarship Grant 9 6 6 P 5, 750.00
Full Merit Scholarship Program on Disparity for Gender
& Development
No reported
beneficiary
4 4 P 15, 000.00
Scholarship Full Merit (SF) 2 4 4 P 15,000.00
Scholarship Half (SH) 2 3 3 P 7,000.00
Dept. of Agrarian Reform—Programang Agraryo Iskolar
See
PDMASP
10 10 Tuition and Misc. Fees
Dept. of Science Tech. Science Educ. Inst. (DOST – SEI) 5 8 8
P 6,000.00, Book, Transpo
& Clothing Allowance
Student Assistance Fund for Education (SAFE) 39 39 40 P 7, 500.00
One Town, One Scholar Scholarship Program 13 20 20 P 15,000.00
Government Service Insurance System (GSIS)
Scholarship Program
2 2 2
Tuition and P 2, 000.00
monthly stipend
Panganiban Campus
College Education Scholarship Assistance and Reward
(CESAR) Program
115 142 122 Tuition and Misc. Fee
College Unified Assistance (CUA) Program 346 259 344 Tuition and Misc. Fee
Student Assistance Fund for Education (SAFE) 10 9 9 Tuition and Misc. Fee
One Town One Scholar Program 2 3 5 15,000.00
TOTAL 3,358 3,694 3,648
Government Funded Scholarship Program for CSC Tertiary Students
Scholarship for Tertiary Students
C
SC obtaintained a record high of 19 sources of scholarship grants from the government and 9
private benefactors during the period in review.
An increasing trend in the number of institutional scholarship beneficiaries was also
recorded during the period. The table below shows the detailed list of scholarship programs, its
beneficiaries and the benefits granted.
Annual Report 28
Scholarship Program
Number of Beneficiaries
Benefit/s granted 2
nd
Sem
2010-2011
1
st
Sem
2011-2012
2
nd
Sem
2011-2012
Catanduanes Asso. in the USA (CAUSA) 4 1 1 P 3,500.00
Rural Bank of Camalig 10 7 7
Tuition and Misc., Uni-
form & Book Allowance
Agricultural and Rural Development for Ca-
tanduanes, Incorporated (ARDCI)
38 41 41
Tuition and Misc.
Fee
United 12 Scholarship Grant 1 1 - P 3, 500.00
Catanduanes State Colleges Scholarship Grant
No reported
beneficiary
2 2 P 5, 000.00
Catanduanes.Net Scholarship Program 4 P 5, 000.00 End of scholarship program
Catanduanes Contractors Association Scholars 9 1 1 P 5, 000.00
Bicol National Association of America (BNAA) 3 3 3 P 6, 832.50
Marino Tomagan Scholarship Program
No reported
beneficiary
1 1 Tuition and Misc. Fee
PANGANIBAN CAMPUS
Molave Scholarship Program 7 6 9 Tuition and Allolwance
ARDCI Scholarship Program 1 1 1 Tuition
Privately Funded Scholarship Program for CSC Tertiary Students
Scholarship Program
Number of Beneficiaries
Benefit/s granted 2
nd
Semester
2010-2011
1
st
Semester
2011-2012
2
nd
Semester
2011-2012
CSC Main Campus
Tuition
Athletic 54 15 69
Barangay Scholars 67 90 105
ROTC Corps Commander 1 1 1
Hablon Dawani 34 27 23
FCSC & SBO Presidents 5 6 6
Valedictorian/Salutatorian - 3 -
Publication Editor In Chief 1 -
Dean’s Listers 21 21 21
CSC Panganiban Campus
Barangay Scholars 3 16 16 Tuition
Institutional scholarships offered by CSC to its tertiary students
Annual Report 29
Title of Seminars/Trainings Name of Participants Sponsoring Agency Level
 Symposium on e-Marketing: An
Engine of Economic Growth &
Profitability
 January 26, 2011, CSC Gym
College of Business and
Accountancy Students
College of Business
and Accountancy
Institutional

 10
th
Luzonwide Higher Education
Press Conference
 January 31 – February 7, 2011,
Teachers’ Camp Baguio City
John Elmar B. Templonuevo
Elvin Randolph Jubay
Jonathan Tulod
Dave S. Tolentino
Cyril Patrice Bernardino
Joebert Angelo Toledo
Marian Claire Tulod
Association of Luzon-wide
Tertiary Publication
Advisers ad
Commission in Higher
Education
Luzonwide
 Symposium - “PASOA: Going
Beyond Its Vision”
 Feb. 9, 2011, CSC Gym/HRD Bld.g
College of Business and
Accountancy Office
Administration Students
Philippine Association of
Students in Office Administration
(PASOA) CSC Chapter
Institutional
 Symposium on Laws Protecting
Women and Children
 February 28, 2011, HRD Building
All College of Arts and
Sciences Students
Economic Society Institutional
 Seminar o Drug Abuse &
Prevention
 July 16, 2011, CSC Gymnasium
All students taking up ROTC,
LTS & CWTS
National Service Training
Program (NSTP)
Institutional
 Seminar on Cyber Addiction and
Cyber Bullying
 July 27, 2011, CSC Gymnasium
CSC Secondary & Tertiary
Students
Guidance Counseling &
Testing Office
Institutional
 Pre-service Training: Assessment
for Learning and Assessment
Competencies of Teachers
 August 25, 2011, DWC - Legazpi
Education Students ARCZONE Professional
Development Center
Regional
 Seminar sa Filipino:
Understanding by Design (UbD)
 August 20, 2011, Bicol University
Education Students Bicol University Graduate
School
Regional
 National Civil Engineering
Summit
 September 9 – 10, 2011, UP
Diliman, Quezon City
Civil Engineering Students

UP Association of Civil
Engineering Students
National
Seminars, trainings and workshops attended by CSC tertiary students in in-
stitutional, provincial, regional and national levels

V
arious co-curricular activities along the areas of youth leadership, journalism and communi-
cation, teacher education, civil engineering, business, gender and development, environ-
mental protection, public administration and management, were participated in by the tertiary
students of CSC during the year in review. These activities were fully supported by the CSC ad-
ministration.
Annual Report 30
Title of Seminars/Trainings Name of Participants Sponsoring Agency Level
 Seminar on Current Trends
in Delphi
 September 17, 2011, HRD
Building
3
rd
Year BS Information
Technology students
College of
Information &
Communications
Technology
Institutional
 PNSA Bicol Regional
Conference / Seminar:
SYNAPSE 2011
 September 23 – 26, 2011,
Villa Caceres Hotel, Naga
City
Nursing Students
Philippine Nursing
Students Association
(PNSA) – Bicol
Regional Council
Regional
 Training Workshop on The
Use of Technology in
Mathematics, September
22 – 24, 2011
 Bicol University, Tabaco
Campus, Tabaco City
BS Math and BS Education

PH. D. in
Mathematics
Education Student
of Bicol University
Tabaco Campus,
Tabaco City
Regional
 Leadership Training Activity
 September 23 – 25, 2011,
COEd Room
College of Education Students
College of Education
Student
Organization
Institutional
 4
th
Annual Conference of
Criminology and Political
Science Students of the
Philippines
 September 24 – 27, 2011,
AFP Theater, Camp
Aguinaldo, Quezon City
Marissa S. Albay, Eric P.
Amarillo, Jobert B. Aquino,
Robina C. de Quiroz, Theresa
A. Dolores, Benhur B. Gianan,
Pamela Jane R. Idanan, Mark
Joseph T. Ogena, Cindy Mae E.
Sedillo, Arvie S. Sibya, Ma.
Adena V. Teoxon, Jougrad O.
Tusi, Abel T. Tuzara, Rene John
M. Velasco, Ariel C. Vitalicio,
Naneth T. Tubice
Communications
Guild Consultancy
Company
National
 Regional Mid – Year
Convention
 September 30, 2011, CBD
Plaza Hotel, Naga City,
Camarines Sur
Karen Ailene T. Benavidez
National Federation
of Junior Philippine
Institute of
Accountants
Regional Council
Regional
Annual Report 31
Title of Seminars/Trainings Name of Participants Sponsoring Agency Level
 2011 Bicol Region PICE Student
Summit
 September 28 & 29, 2011,
CSPC Auditorium, CSPC
Campus, Nabua, Camarines Sur
Raymund M. Garcia
Christian A. Lareza
Mark Joseph C. Tablizo
Margarette J. Telpo
Rey Carlito T. Regalado
Camarines Sur
Polytechnic Colleges
(CSPC) Philippine
Institute of Civil
Engineers Student
Chapter
Regional
 13
th
UST National Campus
Journalism
 October 13 – 15, 2011, Thomas
Aquinas Research Complex
Auditorium, University of Sto.
Tomas
Jonathan V. Tulod
Dave S. Tolentino
Marian Claire V. Tulod
John Ely B. Templonuevo
Christine May T. Petajen
Bren Garette Z. Rivera
The Varsitarian – The
Official Student
Publication of the
University of Santo
Tomas
National
 Launching of the Leadership
Communities (LeadCom)
 November 3, 2011, Asian
Institute of Management
Conference Center, Makati City
John Anthony F. Romero
Emlyn M. Lanon
Jaenoll Palmes
Joanna N. Sarmiento
Cynthia Tuibeo
Ayala Foundation,
Inc.
National
 Symposium on Ecological Solid
Waste Management Act of
2000
 November 14 – 15, 2011, CSC
Gymnasium
All college students
Federated College
Student Council
Institutional
 1
st
Bicol Youth Hour (BYH)
2011
 December 2 – 4, 2011, Bicol
University, College of Science
Auditorium, Legazpi City
Carlito Gelito
Marlon Briongos
Donelie Kay Asanza
Joan Vanessa Vargas
Mary Love Tuplano
Ryan Aster Rodriguez
The Outstanding
Students of the
Philippines (TOSP)
Bikol Alumni
Community and
PLDT
Regional
 Seminar- Workshop on
Student Organizations Cash
Management and Financial
Statements Presentation
 December 6, 2011, Provincial
Capitol Dome, Virac,
Catanduanes
Selected Recognized
Organizations Officers
Junior Philippine
Institute of
Accountants
(JPIA)
Institutional
 49
th
National Rizal Youth
Leadership Institute
Conference
 December 10 – 14, 2011,
Senior Mess Hall, Teachers
John Ely Templonuevo
Ronald Yusores
Christine May Petajen
Eric Villamar
OSSEI National
SOURCE: Office of Student Services
Annual Report 32
T
he students are the best image builders of the CSC. Year 2011 proved to be another fruitful
year for CSC students. From provincial to national levels, CSC students won in various co-
curricular competitions, underscoring once more their competitiveness and the quality of honing
they get from the institution.
Our student achievers in co-curricular undertakings
C
SC Statesman, the official student
tertiary student publication of the
Catanduanes State Colleges reasserted
once more its track record when it
garnered 14 major awards in the
group and individual writing contests
in the 2011 Luzonwide Higher
Education Press Conference held on
February 2-5, 2011 at Teacher‘s Camp
in Baguio City .
The official tertiary student
publication of the Catanduanes State
Colleges contributed the biggest wins for
the Region V delegation, thus steering
Bicol among the seven competing regions
in Luzon, including the guest region
Central Visayas.
Some 700 regional winners vied
for the Top 10 places in 12 journalism
categories.
The CSC‘s winners are John
Elmar B. Templonuevo (BSEd) - 4th,
Editorial Writing English and 4th
Copyreading and Headline Writing
English; Jonathan V. Tulod (BSCE) - 3rd,
Sports Writing English; Elvin Randolph
R. Jubay (BSA) - 4th Poetry Writing
Filipino; Cyril Patrice O. Bernardino (BS Bio) - 3rd, Feature Writing English and 9th, Poetry Writing English;
Dave S. Tolentino (BSEd)- 2nd, Feature Writing Filipino; Bren Garette Z. Rivera (BS Bio) - 4th Place
Photojournalism Filipino; and Joebert C. Angelo Toledo (BSIT) - 9th Place, Comics Strip Illustration.
In the group competition, the CSC Statesman Magazine was also proclaimed among the Top 10
winners – Best News Page, 6th; and Best Cover Design, 4th; while the CSC Statesman Newsletter was
adjudged Best in DevCom Page, 9th; Best in Editorial Page, 6th; Best in Sports Page, 8
th
.
Two hundred thirty-one (231) publications from various government and private colleges and
universities also vied for the Top 10 places in the group contests.
ONCE MORE – successful CSC contestants in the
10
th
Luzonwide Higher Education Press Conference
this February 2011 (L-R) – Marian Claire Tulod, Cyril
Patrice Bernardino, Joebert Angelo Toledo, Bren Ga-
rette Rivera, Jonathan Tulod, John Elmar Tem-
plonuevo, Dave Tolentino and Elvin Randolph Jubay.

Outstanding Campus Writers
Annual Report 33
F
or three consecutive
months in the First Quar-
ter of 2011, six Civil Engi-
neering students of CSC scored tri-
ple victories in Region V CE quizzes.
In 2
nd
PaCEkatan 2011 Civil
Engineering Quiz sponsored by the
Besavilla Review Center and the Bi-
col University on March 16, 2011,
John Michael T. Bernal, 4
th
year civil
engineering student, was declared
champion. He was followed by Ben-
james T. Go, 5
th
year, 1st Runner Up
and Yuri Soriao, 4
th
year, 4
th
Runner
Up.
Earlier in February 11, 2011,
Bernal won 1
st
Runner Up in the
PaCEklaban sa Bikol 2011 sponsored by the Review Innovations and the Philippine Institute of
Civil Engineers – Bicol University Chapter at BU College of Engineering, Legazpi City. Benjames
Go won 3
rd
Runner Up, while Yuri Soriao was the 6
th
Runner Up.
In the 2011 1
st
Mega Challenge Quiz Show sponsored by the Mega Review and Tutorial Cen-
ter at Ateneo de Naga University, the team of Michael T. Bernal, Jeremy M. Dela Cruz and Ma.
Karla T. Avila won 1
st
Runner Up while the team of Benjames T. Go, Jerwin D. Mendoza and Yuri
R. Soriao was declared 2
nd
Runner Up.
Moreover, on October18, 2011, John Michael T. Bernal and Ma. Karla T. Avila won First and
Second places in the 2011 Region V Civil Engineering Quiz (CE) held at Camarines Sur Polytechnic
College, Nabua, Camarines Sur.
Bernal and Avila, both fifth year BS in Engineering, were coached by Engr. Michael M. Tra-
ballo.
The annual competition is sponsored by Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers and Mega
Review Center, Manila, and participated in by various universities and colleges in Bicol region. The
CE quiz is one of the highlights of the 2011 Regional PICE Students‘ Summit aside from the techni-
cal lectures and tower building competition.
Through the years, CSC has consistently maintained its top standing in the regional and na-
tional civil engineering quizzes.




TOP FINISHERS – John Michael T. Bernal (first placer)
and Ma. Karla T. Avila (second placer) once more reas-
sert CSC’s supremacy in Region V Civil Engineering
Quiz.

Top CE quizzers
Annual Report 34
J
ohn Elmar B. Templonuevo, a BSEd English student of the Catanduanes State Colleges topped
the annual search for Ten Outstanding Students of Bicol for School Year 2010-2011. The search
was conducted by Ako Bikol Partylist, CHEDRO V and Philippine Association of Campus
Student Advisers.
Templonuevo earned his baccalaureate degree on March 24, 2011 as Magna Cum Laude. A
veteran campus journalist, he won in various regional and national collegiate press conferences
during his stint as senior section editor and editor in chief of the CSC Statesman, the official
tertiary student publication of CSC. He likewise steered and took part in the publication‘s
numerous socially incisive editions that tackle a broad spectrum of prevailing issues as well as the
promotion of language and literature through the productions of award-winning literary folios. He
is the campus-based President of Youth for Christ organization.
Templonuevo hurdled the evaluation, screening and final interview by a panel of judges
from the academe, government, business and private sectors, and emerged the top winner from the
102 nominees from various colleges and universities in Bicol. Another CSC student, Elvin Randolph
R. Jubay was Rank 15 in the search and was recognized during the awarding ceremonies as a
finalist. He was also among the final qualifiers who were screened and picked from 120 hopefuls,
which was trimmed to 52 and eventually shortlisted to 25 for final interview.
REGION’S FINEST – John Elmar B. Templonuevo (center) of CSC ranks first in the search for Ten
Outstanding Students of Bicol (TOSB).
Top Student in Region V
Annual Report 35
T
aekwondo flyweight and
featherweight fighters Karl
Dominic Bogabil, fourth year BS
in Information Management, and Jelly
Mae Vargas, third year BSBA student,
valiantly carried the CSC flag as they
garnered gold medals in the 2011
Region V State Colleges and Universities
Athletic Association (SCUAA) Meet held
at Camarines Norte State College
(CNSC) on November 20-25, 2011.
Another taekwondo player, Laarni
Eusebio of the flyweight division,
pocketed a silver medal, along with
Danforth King Tayo and Joana Marie
Eusebio, both in fin weight category,
who correspondingly earned bronze
medals.
Likewise, chess player Julius Bilolo,
third year BSCE student, conquered his
adversaries in the chess match after
making a flawless record and eventually
nipping the lone gold medal for the CSC
Chess contingent.
The chess women players
Margarette Telpo, Florie Mae Gianan,
Marjoreen Sabeniano and Crisanta
Benitez clutched the 2
nd
runner-up honors.
Furthermore, the CSC softball team comprised of Kristine Buendia, Janice Cabrera, Joanna
Del Barrio, Carmi Joy Giray, Aiko Gentica, Stephen Mari Ibayan, Mechille Karl Ibayan, Joy
Tomagan, Joy Lopez, Angelica Rodriguez, Maria Traqueña and Karen Tenerife bagged the 1
st

runner-up honors.
The CSC lady netters Joy Caroline Balmadrid, Mary Anne Cabrera, Joy Ogalesco and Katrina
Peña won the silver medal.
Jezreel Delos Santos stood out as a multiple medal hauler after amassing the silver medals in
both 400 and 800-meter dash, and silver medals in the 4x100-meter relay.
Panganiban Campus track field players Mark John Rañen also won 3rd place in 100-meter
dash, 4th place in 200-meter dash and 2nd place in 4x200-meter relay; and Ignacio Torres, bagged
the 3rd place in shot put.
Other athletes who bagged bronze medals were Danilo Tipo Jr. (high jump, male division)
and Syrah Joy Traqueña (high jump, female category).


GOLD WINNERS - Jelly Mae Vargas and Karl Domi-
nic Bogabil, CSC’s top taekwondo players.
Best athletes in regional athletic meet
Central Organizations College of Technology – Dep't of Information & Comm. Technology
 CSC Federated College Student Council  COT – DICT Student Body Organization
 The CSC Statesman, Official Tertiary Student Publication  Association of Information Technology Students
 Central English Club  COT – DICT English Club
 Mathematics Circle  CSC Junior Philippine Computer Students
 Mathematics Society  COT – DICT Women’s Club
 Central Physical Education Club  Information System Student Organization
 CSC Debating Society  Information Management Student Organization
 Samahang Sentral ng Filipino
College of Technology – Department of Engineering
 Care and Share Youth Organization  COT Department of Engineering Student Body Organization
 Central Women’s Circle  COT Department of Engineering English Club
 Kabataang Pangarap ni Rizal  Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers
 Peer Councilor’s Club  Fifth Year Engineering Students Associations
College of Agriculture and Fisheries
 COT – DE Women’s Club
 CAF Student Body Organization
College of Education
 Agriculture Student Organization  College of Education Student Organization
 CAF English Club  College of Education English Club
 Crop Science Society  College of Education Women’s Club
 CAF Women’s Club  Daliwawa: Official Student Publication
College of Arts and Sciences College of Health Sciences
 CAS Student Body Organization  College of Health Sciences Student Body Organization
 Biological Science Society  College of Health Sciences English Club
 CAS English Club  Nutrition and Dietetics Association
 Economics Society  Philippine Nursing Students Association - CSC Chapter
 Natural Science Society  Heringgilya: Official Student Publication
 Political Science Society
CSC PANGANIBAN CAMPUS
 Mathematics Society  CSC Panganiban Campus Supreme Student Council
College of Business and Accountancy Fraternities / Sororities
 CBA Student Body Organization  Alpha Kappa Rho
 CBA English Club  Alpha Mu Omega
 Association of Future Business Administration  Alpha Phi Omega
 Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants  Alpha Sigma Omicron
 Phil. Asso. of Students in Office Administration  Beta Sigma
 Young Entrepreneurs Society  Scouts Royale Brotherhood/Sisterhood International Service
 CBA Women’s Club  Tau Gamma Phi
College of Technology – Dep’t of Industrial Technology Other Organizations
COT – DIT Student Body Organization
 Group of Environment Enthusiast of Catanduanes
COT – DIT English Club
 AGAPE Generation

 Student Association for Catanduanes Exemplary
S
tudent governments, publications, clubs, associations and societies of various disciplines, as
well as fraternities, religious and civic organizations, keep the CSC abuzz with year-round extra
class activities.
Accredited Student Organizations
Annual Report 36
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date
Unit Cost
Total
Amount
1 8 STEPS TO CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SUCCESS / KAPALKA / c2009 (PB) 2,595.00 2,595.00
Copy
1 ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS4 / BOTELLO / c.2010 W/CD (PB) 3,595.00 3,595.00
1
APPLIED STATISTICS FOR PUBLIC & NON-PROFIT ADMINISTRATION, 7ED / MEIER /
c.2009 (PB)
4,895.00 4,895.00
1
AQA GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE FOUNDATION / DAVIES / c.2010
(PB)
2,495.00 2,495.00
1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND ETHICS / FISHER / c.2008 (PB) 3,295.00 3,295.00
1 ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING & DESIGN, 6ED / JEFFERIS / c.2011 W/CD (PB) 8,195.00 8,195.00
1 ASSESSMENT: A PRACTICAL GUIDE PRIMARY TEACHERS / OVERALL / c.2006 (PB) 2,395.00 2,395.00
1 AUTOCAD 2012 TUTOR FOR ENGINEERING GRAPHICS / LANG / c.2012 (PB) 8,995.00 8,995.00
1
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE (TEST A2), 5ED / DELMAR ASE TEST
PREPARATION / c.2012 (PB)
1,995.00 1,995.00
1
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE: INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, 3ED / GILLES / c.2008
W/CD (PB)
8,195.00 8,195.00
1 BIOLOGY CONCEPTS AND INVESTIGATIONS, 2ED / HOEFNAGELS / c.2012 (PB) 3,495.00 3,495.00
1 BRAKE (TEST A5), 5ED / DELMAR ASE TEST PREPARATION / c.2011 (PB) 1,995.00 1,995.00
1 BUILDING VOCABULARY FOR COLLEGE, 8ED / SMITH / c.2012 (PB) 4,695.00 4,695.00
1 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION / KRIZAN, c2008 / PB 3,995.00 3,995.00
1 CHEMISTRY, 2ED / BURDGE / c.2011 (PB) 3,995.00 3,995.00
1 CHILDREN, PLAY, AND DEVELOPMENT, 4ED / HUGHES / c.2010 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 CISCO ASA CONFIGURATION / DEAL / c.2009 (PB) 4,495.00 4,495.00
1 CNC MACHINING HANDBOOK / OVERBY / c.2011(PB) 2,495.00 2,495.00
1 COLOR HARMONY: PACKAGING / ORIGIN / c.2008 W/CD (PB) 1,995.00 1,995.00
1
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING TECHNIQUES, 2ED / WIRZ /
c2010 W/CD (HB)
9,995.00 9,995.00
1
COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS ENGINES (TEST H1) / DELMAR ASE TEST PREPARA-
TION / c.2011 (PB)
1,995.00 1,995.00
1
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND ORGANIZATION: DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND APPLI-
CATION, 2ED / GOVINDARAJALU / c.2010 (PB)
2,195.00 2,195.00
1
COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS, 6ED / HAMACHER / c.2012
(PB)
3,295.00 3,295.00
2 COMPUTERIZED ENGINE CONTROLS, 9ED / HATCH / c.2012 (PB) 6,995.00 13,990.00
1
CONFIGURING CISCO UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER AND UNITY CONNEC-
TION, 2ED / BATEMAN / c.2011 (PB)
5,495.00 5,495.00
1
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, METHODS, AND TECHNIQUES: BUILDING FOR A SUS-
TAINABLE FUTURE, 3ED / SPENCE / c.2011 (PB)
7,295.00 7,295.00
1 CONSTRUCTION PROCESS PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT / LEVY / c.2010 (HB) 8,295.00 8,295.00
Annual Report 37
1.8 million pesos worth of books purchased in 2011

A
total of Php 1,089,815.00 books was purchased by the CSC Administration in its effort to
continuously upgrade the Colleges‘ library holding. The amount covers a total of 484
volumes. Apart from the purchased books, there were also 57 donated books during the year.
The table below shows the details of the purchased books in 2011.
Annual Report 38
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost
Total
Amount
1 Correct Your English Errors, c2009 / Collins 995.00 995.00
Copy
1 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENT, 3ED / BHANDARI / c.2010 (PB) 1,495.00 1,495.00
1 DEVELOPING TEACHERS ASSESSMENT / GARDNER, c2010 / PB 2,795.00 2,795.00
1 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS: PRINCIPLES & APPLICATIONS, 7ED / TOKHEIM / c.2008 (PB) 5,995.00 5,995.00
1 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS, 2ED / CANESTRARI / c.2010 (PB) 3,795.00 3,795.00
1 EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES FOR CHILD CARE / ARNOLD / c.2009 (PB) 1,695.00 1,695.00
1 ELECTRIC MACHINERY FUNDAMENTALS, 5ED / CHAPMAN / c.2012 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 ELECTRIC MOTORS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS / PETRUZELLA / c.2010 (PB) 2,495.00 2,495.00
1 ELECTRICAL SAFETY HANDBOOK, 3ED / CADICK / c.2006 (HB) 5,995.00 5,995.00
1 ELECTRICITY & CONTROLS FOR HVAC/R, 6ED / HERMAN / c.2010 (PB) 8,895.00 8,895.00
1 ELECTRICITY FOR REFRIGERATION, HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING, 8ED / SMITH / c.2011 (PB) 8,795.00 8,795.00
1 ELECTRONIC AND ELECTRICAL SERVICING, 2ED / SINCLAIR / c.2007 (PB) 3,295.00 3,295.00
1 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS: A STEP BY STEP APPROACH, 8ED / BLUMAN / c.2012 W/CD (PB) 3,495.00 3,495.00
1 ENGINE PERFORMANCE (TEST A8), 5ED / DELMAR ASE TEST PREPARATION / c.2012 (PB) 1,995.00 1,995.00
1 ENGLISH VERBS & ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR: FOR ESL LEARNERS, / SWICK, c2010 / PB 795.00 795.00
1 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 13ED / MILLER / c.2010 (PB) 7,495.00 7,495.00
1 ESSENTIAL BATHROOMS / CONRAN / c.2010 (HB) 1,895.00 1,895.00
1 ESSENTIAL CHILDREN'S ROOMS / CONRAN / c.2011 (HB) 1,895.00 1,895.00
1 ESSENTIAL COLOUR / CONRAN / c.2011 (HB) 1,895.00 1,895.00
1 ESSENTIAL SMALL SPACES / CONRAN / c.2012 (HB) 1,895.00 1,895.00
1 ESSENTIAL STORAGE / CONRAN / c.2010 (HB) 1,895.00 1,895.00
1 ESSENTIALS OF BIOLOGY, 2ED / MADER / c.2010 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 ETHICS , BUSINESS AND SOCIETY: MANAGING RESPONSIBLY / GUPTA , c2010/ PB 2,295.00 2,295.00
1 ETHICS FOR THE INFORMATION AGE, 4ED / QUINN / c.2011 (PB) 6,995.00 6,995.00
1 EXPLORING ADOBE INDESIGN CS5 / RYDBERG / c.2011 /WCD (PB) 3,995.00 3,995.00
1 FORMAL LANGUAGES AND AUTOMATA THEORY / SUNITHA / c.2010 (PB) 995.00 995.00
1 FOUNDATIONS IN MICROBIOLOGY, 8E C2012 /TALARO 3,595.00 3,595.00
1 GENERAL, ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY ,7E C2010/DENNISTON 3,495.00 3,495.00
1 GIMSON'S PRONUNCIATION OF ENGLISH, 7ED / CRUTTENDEN / c.2008 (PB) 3,595.00 3,595.00
1 GROB'S BASIC ELECTRONICS, 11ED / SCHULTZ / c.2011 W/CD (PB) 3,595.00 3,595.00
1 How to be a Successful Secondary Teacher, c2006 / Leach 2,595.00 2,595.00
1 HTML5 AND CSS3: INTRODUCTORY / VODNIK / c.2011 (PB) 3,995.00 3,995.00
1 Human Resource Management, 9e c2008 / Byars 3,195.00 3,195.00
1 HVACR 301 / ACA / c.2011 (PB) 7,495.00 7,495.00
1
IMPLEMENTING CISCO UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS VOICE OVER IP AND QoS
(CVOICE): FOUNDATION LEARNING GUIDE / WALLACE / c.2011 (HB)
5,995.00 5,995.00
1 INTEGRATING TEACHING, LEARNING, AND ACTION RESEARCH / STRINGER / c.2010 (PB) 2,695.00 2,695.00
Annual Report 39
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost
Total
Amount
1 INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS / CARTER / c.2009 (PB) 2,295.00 2,295.00
Copy
1 INTRODUCING AND PHONOLOGY, 3ED / DAVENPORT / c.2010 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 INTRODUCING ENGLISH GRAMMAR, 2ED / BORJARS / c.2010 (PB) 2,895.00 2,895.00
1
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION: MEDIA LITERACY AND CULTURE,
7ED / BARAN / c.2012 (PB)
3,395.00 3,395.00
1 JAVA PROGRAMMING: FROM PROBLEM ANALYSIS TO PROGRAM DESIGN / MALIK / c.2012 (PB) 6,695.00 6,695.00
1 JOURNALISM, 2ED / HARCUP / c.2009 (PB) 3,295.00 3,295.00
1 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, 4ED / SIMONDS / c.2006 (HB) 6,495.00 6,495.00
1 LINEAR ALGEBRA: A MODERN INTRODUCTION, 2ED / POOLE / c.2006 W/CD (PB) 3,995.00 3,995.00
1
MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLES (TEST A3), 5ED / DELMAR ASE TEST PREPARA-
TION / c.2011 (PB)
1,995.00 1,995.00
1
MASS COMMUNICATION THEORY FOUNDATIONS, FERMENT, FUTURE , 6ED /
BARAN / c.2012 (PB)
7,495.00 7,495.00
1 MASTERPIECES OF PHILOSOPHICAL LITERATURE / COOKSY / c.2006 (PB) 3,795.00 3,795.00
1 MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN, 4ED / JAEGER / c.2011 (PB) 3,595.00 3,595.00
1
MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2010 FOR WINDOWS APPLICATIONS: INTRODUCTORY /
SHELLY / c.2011 (PB)
3,595.00 3,595.00
1
MODERN DIESEL TECHNOLOGY MOBILE EQUIPMENT HYDRAULICS: A SYSTEMS
AND TROUBLESHOOTING APPROACH / WATSON / c.2011 (PB)
5,895.00 5,895.00
1 No More Theories Please!: A Guide for Elementary Teachers, c2009 / Masao 2,595.00 2,595.00
1 PHOTOSHOP 3D FOR ANIMATORS / ELMANSY / c.2011 W/DVD (PB) 4,195.00 4,195.00
1 PHP PROGRAMMING WITH SQL, 2ED / GOSSELIN / c.2011 (PB) 5,195.00 5,195.00
1 PHYSICS: A CONCEPTUAL WORLD VIEW, 7ED / KIRKPATRICK / c.2010 (PB) 8,995.00 8,995.00
1 PORTRAIT OF A PROFESSION /MOSS
1,895.00 1895.00
1
PORTABLE ELECTRONICS / DONOVAN / c.2009 (PB) 4,595.00 4,595.00
1
POWER ELECTRONICS / HART / c.2011 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1
POWER EQUIPMENT ENGINE TECHNOLOGY / ABDO / c.2011 (HB) 6,795.00 6,795.00
1
PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY: THE MOLECULAR SCIENCE / MOORE / c.2010 (PB) 7,995.00 7,995.00
1
Principles of Financial & Managerial Accounting Using Excel for Success, c2012 w/ Access / Reeve
8,995.00 8,995.00
1
Principles of General, Organic & Biological Chemistry, 2012 / Smith 2,895.00 2,895.00
1
Principles of Microeconomics, 10e c2011 / Arnold 8,995.00 8,995.00
1
PRINCIPLES OF MODERN CHEMISTRY, 7ED / OXTOBY / c.2012 (PB) 8,995.00 8,995.00
1
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE, 3ED / LOUDEN / c.2012 (PB) 8,995.00 8,995.00
1
REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING TECHNOLOGY, 6ED / WHITMAN / c.2009 W/CD (HB) 8,995.00 8,995.00
1
RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY: CARPENTRY, 3ED / VOGT / c.2012 (HB) 8,895.00 8,895.00
1
RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY: HVAC, 2ED / SILBERSTEIN / c.2012 (HB) 7,895.00 7,895.00
1
STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS/SMITHC 2009 PB 4,995.00 4,995.00
1
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE / WILLIAMS / c.2009 (PB) 8,295.00 8,295.00
Annual Report
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost
Total
Amount
1
STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS FOR ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS / OCHSHORN / c.2010 (PB) 8,995.00 8,995.00
Copy
1
SUSPENSION AND STEERING (TEST A4), 5ED / DELMAR ASE TEST PREPARATION / c.2012
(PB)
1,995.00 1,995.00
1
SYSTEMS THINKERS IN ACTION / DESPRES, c2008 / PB 3,795.00 3,795.00
1
TEACHING GRAMMAR IN SECOND LANGUAGE CLASSROOMS / NASSAJI / c.2011 (PB) 3,795.00 3,795.00
1
TEACHING TEACHERS: PROCESSES AND PRACTICES / MALDEREZ / C.2007 (PB) 3,795.00 3,795.00
1
TECHNOLOGY OF MACHINE TOOLS, 7ED / KRAR / c.2011 (PB) 3,495.00 3,495.00
1
THE COMPLETE GRAPHIC DESIGNER / HEMBREE / c.2008 1,995.00 1,995.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO A CLUTTER-FREE HOME / BLACK & DECKER / c.2009 (PB) 2,095.00 2,095.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO BUILT-INS / BLACK & DECKER / c.2011 (PB) 2,295.00 2,295.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO CERAMIC TILE / BLACK & DECKER / c.2010 W/DVD (PB) 2,495.00 2,495.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO FINISHING BASEMENTS / BLACK & DECKER / c.2009 (PB) 2,095.00 2,095.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO KITCHENS / BLACK & DECKER / c.2010 W/DVD (PB) 2,295.00 2,295.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO LANDSCAPE PROJECTS / BLACK & DECKER / c.2010 (PB) 2,195.00 2,195.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO MASONRY & STONEWORK / BLACK & DECKER / c.2010 W/DVD
(PB)
2,595.00 2,595.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO OUTDOOR CARPENTRY / BLACK & DECKER / c.2009 (PB) 2,095.00 2,095.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO PORCHES & PATIO ROOMS / BLACK & DECKER / c.2009 (PB) 2,095.00 2,095.00
1
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO WINDOWS & E ENTRYWAYS / BLACK & DECKER / c.2008 (PB) 2,095.00 2,095.00
1
THE CREATIVE TEACHING &LEARNING RESOURCE BOOK / BEST/ c.2008 (PB) 3,795.00 3,795.00
1
THE GREENWOOD DICTIONARY OF EDUCATION / COLLINS, c2003 / PB 2,795.00 2,795.00
1
THE SUCCESSFUL INTERNSHIP, 3E / SWEITZER, c2009 / PB 3,595.00 3,595.00
1
THE TEACHER'S SURVIVAL GUIDE: REAL CLASSROOM DILEMMAS AND PRACTICAL SOLU-
TIONS / MAJOR / c.2008 (PB)
2,995.00 2,995.00
1
THE TWENTY GREATEST PHILOSOPHY BOOKS / GARVEY, c2008 / PB 1,195.00 1,195.00
1
THERMODYNAMICS: CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS / TURNS / c.2006 (PB) 8,395.00 8,395.00
1
TODAY'S TECHNICIAN AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS, 5ED / OWEN / c.2011 CLASSROOM &
SHOP MANUAL (PB)
6,795.00 6,795.00
1
TODAY'S TECHNICIAN TRANSMISSION & TRANSAXLES, 5ED / ERJAVEC / c.2011 CLASSROOM
& SHOP MANUAL (PB)
7,395.00 7,395.00
1
TRIM & FINISH CARPENTRY / BLACK & DECKER / c.2010 W/DVD (PB) 1,995.00 1,995.00
1
TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIRING MAJOR APPLIANCES, 2ED / KLEINERT / c.2007 (HB) 4,995.00 4,995.00
1
UNDERSTANDING CREATIVITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD / WRIGHT / c.2010 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1
UNDERSTANDING THE RESEARCH PROCESS / OLIVER / c.2010 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1
WEB DESIGN: A BEGINNER'S GUIDE, 2ED / WILLIARD / c.2010 (PB) 2,195.00 2,195.00
1
WEB DESIGN: INTRODUCTORY, 4ED / SHELLY / c.2012 (PB) 4,695.00 4,695.00
1
WORLD ENGLISHES, 2ED / MELCHERS / c.2011 (PB) 3,395.00 3,395.00
1
WRITING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH , 3E / WOLCOTT , c2009 / PB 3,495.00 3,495.00
1 TURNING AVERAGE INSTRUCTION INTO GREAT INSTRUCTION / O'CONNOR, c2009 / PB
2,195.00 2,195.00
1 RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: A PROCESS APPROACH, 8ED / BORDENS / c.2011 (PB)
2,995.00 2,995.00
1 DYNAMICS EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP TEAMS / JENNINGS / c.2008 (PB) 1,895.00 1,895.00
1 IMPROVING STANDARDS-BASED LEARNING / CARR / c.2009 (PB) 2,695.00 2,695.00
1 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT IN EDUCATION / BUSH / C.2008 (PB)
3,795.00 3,795.00
40
Annual Report 41
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost
Total
Amount
Copy
1 KEY ISSUES IN EDUCATION POLICY / WARD / c.2009 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP, 2ED / RUBIN / c.2009 (PB) 2,395.00 2,395.00
1 WRITING YOUR THESIS, 2ED / OLIVER / c.2009 (PB) 2,895.00 2,895.00
1 BUILDING SUSTAINABLE LEADERSHIP CAPACITY / BLANKSTEIN / c.2009 (PB) 2,695.00 2,695.00
1 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION / ALLEN / c.2009 (PB) 3,795.00 3,795.00
1
FROM SYSTEMS THINKING TO SYSTEMATIC ACTION: 48 KEY QUESTIONS TO
GUIDE THE JOURNEY / JENKINS / c.2008 (PB)
2,395.00 2,395.00
1 COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION / PHILLIPS / c.2008 (PB) 3,295.00 3,295.00
1 LEADING PRACTICE IN EARLY YEARS SETTINGS, 2ED / WHALLEY / c.2011 (PB) 2,195.00 2,195.00
1 EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDIES, 3ED / PARKER-REES / c.2010 (PB) 2,895.00 2,895.00
1 FROM RESEARCH TO PRACTICE / GREALY / c.2009 (PB) 3,795.00 3,795.00
1 EDUCATING EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, 13ED / KIRK / c.2012 (PB) 7,795.00 7,795.00
1 TOWARDS SUCCESSFUL LEARNING, 2ED / PARDOE / c.2009 (PB) 1,895.00 1,895.00
1 DEVELOPING YOUR LEADERSHIP IN THE EARLY YEARS / BRIGGS / c.2009 (PB) 2,595.00 2,595.00
1 THE ESSENTIALS OF SCHOOL LEADERSHIP, 2ED / DAVIES / c.2009 (PB) 3,295.00 3,295.00
1 FACULTY SUCCESS THROUGH MENTORING / BLAND / c.2009 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, 4ED / WEINSTEIN / c.2007 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 CONTEMPORARY READINGS IN LITERACY EDUCATION / CAPPELLO / c.2010 (PB) 3,895.00 3,895.00
1 UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE EARLY YEARS / BALDOCK / c.2010 (PB) 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 TEACHING AND LEARNING FROM THE INSIDE OUT / CARR / c.2008 (PB) 2,395.00 2,395.00
1 DYSLEXIA IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM / HALL / c.2009 (PB) 2,195.00 2,195.00
1 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, 4ED / BRUCE / c.2011 (PB) 3,595.00 3,595.00
1 PLANNING EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION, 3ED / PRICE / c.2007 (PB) 4,995.00 4,995.00
1 Introduction to Research Methods in Education, c2009 / Punch 3,495.00 3,495.00
1 Educational Administration, 6e c2012 / Lunenburg 8,995.00 8,995.00
1 Practical Interventions for Young People at Risk, c2010 / Geldard 2,995.00 2,995.00
1
RESEARCH DESIGN : QUALITATIVE , QUANTITATIVE AND MIXED METHODS AP-
PROACHES , 3E / CRESWELL, c2009 / PB
4,995.00 4,995.00
1 THE ART OF LEADERSHIP , 3E / MANNING , c2009 / PB 2,395.00 2,395.00
1
PLANNING FOR EDUCATIONAL CHANGE : PUTTING PEOPLE AND THEIR CONTEXT
FIRST / WEDELL, c2009 / PB
3,795.00 3,795.00
1
STRATEGIC PUBLIC RELATIONS: AN AUDIENCE FOCUSED APPROACH / BRWON,
c2012 / PB
5,595.00 5,595.00
1
POSITIVE TRUSTING RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN IN EARLY YEARS SETTINGS /
JOHNSON, c2012/ PB
1,995.00 1,995.00
1
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN EDUCATION: A USER''S GUIDE , 2E / LICHTMAN,
c2010 / PB
4,695.00 4,695.00
1 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT , 2E / GUPTA , c2009 / PB 795.00 795.00
4 NSTP 168.00 672.00
1 Oxford Practice Grammar (Advanced) by Yule, George 698.00 698.00
1 Writing Your Thesis 2nd Edition by Oliver, Pau 2,895.00 2,895.00
Annual Report 42
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost Total Amount
2 Mathematics of Investment 245.00 490.00
Copy
2 Applied Educational Statistics 1 398.00 796.00
2
Mathematical Excursions: A Problem-Solving Primer for Trainers and
Olympiad Enthusiasts
398.00 796.00
2 Basic Statistics: A Work text 245.00 490.00
2 English Proficiency Instruction 1 (Revised Ed.) 198.00 396.00
1 Smart English (More Than a Work text for Grammar and Syntax 298.00 298.00
1 Graphtex 2.0 with Modern Physics 345.00 345.00
2
Saliksik: Gabay sa sa Pananaliksik sa Agham Panlipunan, Panitikan at
Sining
298.00 596.00
1 Filipino Philosophy: Traditional Approach (Part 1, Section 1- 2nd Edition) 198.00 198.00
2 Introduction to Art Appreciation: A Textbook in Humanities 295.00 590.00
2
J. Rizal: The Man and the Hero (An Anthology of Legacies and Controver-
sies)
345.00 690.00
2 Pagsasalin: Teorya at Praktika 345.00 690.00
2 Sayusay: Sining ng Mabisang Pagpapahayag 298.00 596.00
2 Logic Make sense 348.00 696.00
2 Filipino Philosophy: Traditional Approach (Part 1, Section 2- 2nd Edition) 345.00 690.00
2 History, Philosophy, and Culture 178.00 356.00
2 Philippine History (Expanded and Updated Edition) 395.00 790.00
1 English 1 Workbook 248.00 248.00
2
Laboratory Manual in Microbiology and Parasitology for Nursing Students
(Rev. Ed.)
265.00 530.00
1 Ethics for Educators 398.00 398.00
2 Filipino Philosophy: Traditional Approach (Part 1, Section 1) 345.00 690.00
2 Sikolohiya ng Wikang Filipino 345.00 690.00
2 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik C&E Publishing, Inc. 268.00 536.00
2 Retorika: Masining na Pagpapahayag 298.00 596.00
1 Activity Manual in Biological Psychology 168.00 168.00
2
National Service Training Program - Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)
I Literacy Training Service (LTS) I
198.00 396.00
2 CPA Review in Taxation 398.00 796.00
1 Food Safety and Sanitation 245.00 245.00
1 Assessment of Learning 1 216.00 216.00
1 Assessment of Learning 2 204.00 204.00
1 LET Reviewer Gen. Ed. 325.00 325.00
1 LET Reviewer Prof. Ed. 325.00 325.00
1 Contemporary Math 420.00 420.00
1 Developmental Reading 2 290.00 290.00
1 Facilitating Learning 320.00 320.00
1 Field Study 1 125.00 125.00
1 Field Study 2 125.00 125.00
1 Field Study 3 125.00 125.00
1 Field Study 4 125.00 125.00
1 Field Study 5 125.00 125.00
1 Field Study 6 125.00 125.00
Annual Report 43
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost Total Amount
2 Curriculum Development: The Philippine Experience 298.00 596.00
Copy
/ies
2 Interpersonal Communication Skills in Nursing 288.00 576.00
2
Interactive Writing in Business Correspondence and Technical Reports A
Communicative Process Approach
328.00 656.00
1 Smart English (More Than a Worktext for Grammar and Syntax) 298.00 298.00
2 Developing Communicative Competence: A Manual in Communication Arts 1 265.00 530.00
2 Study and Thinking Skills: An English Skill Text for General Communication Tasks 268.00 536.00
2
Content-based English as a Second Language: A Multiple Intelligence Ap-
proach for College Students
398.00 796.00
2 English Communication 2 275.00 550.00
2 Study and Communication Skills 398.00 796.00
2 Writing Across Disciplines: An ESP Skill Text for Professional Tasks 298.00 596.00
2 Smart Writing: An Essential Guide to College Composition 345.00 690.00
2 Plane and Solid Mensuration: A Simplified Approach 245.00 490.00
2 Solid Mensuration: Understanding the 3D Space 295.00 590.00
1 The Administrative Code of 1987 (E. O. No. 292) Annotated Volume One 695.00 695.00
1 The Administrative Code of 1987 (E. O. No. 292) Annotated Volume Two 695.00 695.00
1 The Administrative Code of 1987 (E. O. No. 292) Annotated Volume Three 1,295.00 1,295.00
2 Principles of Teaching 2: A Modular Approach 398.00 796.00
2 Building Bridges Across Disciplines in Basic Education 345.00 690.00
2 Preparing for the Licensure Examination for Teachers 298.00 596.00
2 Licensure Examination for Teachers: Primer and Reviewer on Special Education 220.00 440.00
2 Encounters: Mastering English through Context 285.00 570.00
2 Everybody's Dictionary of Philippine Law 215.00 430.00
2 The Law and Advertising 198.00 396.00
1 Classroom Management 290.00 290.00
1 Contemporary Math 420.00 420.00
1 Child and Adolescent 350.00 350.00
1 Curriculum Development 330.00 330.00
1 Educational Technology I 295.00 295.00
1 Educational Technology 2 204.00 204.00
1 Filipino 1 192.00 192.00
1 Filipino 2 216.00 216.00
1 Fundamentals of Biology I 375.00 375.00
1 Fundamentals of Math I 350.00 350.00
1 Fundamentals of Statistics 265.00 265.00
1 Language & Literature Arts Ass. 220.00 220.00
1 Language Research 235.00 235.00
1 Methods of Teaching revised 290.00 290.00
1 My Practice Teaching 230.00 230.00
1 NSTP/LEE 168.00 168.00
1 Principles of Teaching I 290.00 290.00
1 Principles of Teaching 2 300.00 300.00
1 Social Dimension 290.00 290.00
Annual Report 44
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date
Unit
Cost
Total
Amount
1 The Science of Psychology by King 698.00 698.00
Copy
1 Personal Development for Work and Life by Masters, L. Ann 545.00 545.00
1 Human Communication Principles and Context 11
th
by Tubbs, Stewart 1,908.00 1,908.00
1 Introduction to Mass Communication Media 7
th
by Baran, Stanley 645.00 645.00
1 Interpersonal Communication (Everyday Encounters) 6
th
by Wood, Julia T. 3,908.00 3,908.00
1 Basic Communication Skills by Langan, John 398.00 398.00
1 Mastering Communication by Statanton, Nicky 1,718.00 1,718.00
1 Qualitative Research Communication Research Methods 3
rd
by Lindlof, Thomas R. 3,508.00 3,508.00
1 International Economics: Theory and Policy 7
th
by Krugman, Paul R. 9,380.00 9,380.00
1 Handbook of Scientific Methods of Inquiry for Intelligence by Prunckun, Hank 2,708.00 2,708.00
1 Strategies Supervision: A Brief Guide for Managing Social Service by Pecora, Peter J. 2,158.00 2,158.00
1 A Child's Brain: The Need for Nurture by Sylwester, Robert 1,888.00 1,888.00
1 Practical statistics for Education 4
th
by Ravid, Ruth 1,958.00 1,958.00
1
Educational Research: Quantitative, Qualitative, & Mixed Approaches 4
th
by Johnson,
Burke
5,748.00 5,748.00
1 Exploring Classroom Discourse Language in Action by Walsh, Steve 2,038.00 2,038.00
1 Making Classroom Inquiry Work: Techniques for Effective by Pelton, Robert P. 1,958.00 1,958.00
1 A Guide to Practitioner Research in Education by Menter, Ian 1,798.00 1,798.00
1
The Importance of Average: Playing the Game of the school to Increase Success and
Achievement by Farenga, Stephen J.
1,288.00 1,288.00
1 The new Teacher Toolbox 2
nd
by Madel, Scoot M. 1,608.00 1,608.00
1 Past, Present and Future Research on Teacher Induction by Wang, Jilian 2,218.00 2,218.00
1 Talking Listening and Teaching by Farrel. Thomas S.C, 1,518.00 1,518.00
1 Results Coaching The New Essential for School Leaders by Kee, Kathryn 2,058.00 2,058.00
1 Why Great Teachers Quit: and how we might stop the Exodus by Farber, Katy 1,708.00 1,708.00
1 The new Teacher's Survival Guide to Behavior by Roffey, Sue 1,888.00 1,888.00
1 Lifelong Leadership by Design by Ramsey, Robert D. 2,148.00 2,148.00
1 Classroom Behavior: A Practical Guide to Effective Teaching, Behavior Management
and Colleague Support 3rd by Rogers, Bill
2,068.00 2,068.00
1 Policy and Practice in Asian Distance Education by Belawati, Tian 3,358.00 3,358.00
1 Six Step to preparing Exemplary Principles and Superintended by Hoyle, John. 1,548.00 1,548.00
1 Navigating the new Pedagogy Six Principles that Transform Teaching by Halstead, Jeff 1,128.00 1,128.00
1 Teaching the Moving Child: Insights that will Transform You by Berkey, Sybil M. 2,018.00 2,018.00
1 Leadership for Social Justice and Democracy in our School by Davies, Bonnie M. 1,968.00 1,968.00
1 Talent Management in Education by Davies, Brent 2,238.00 2,238.00
1 A Development Approach to Educating Young Children by Daniels, Denise H. 1,608.00 1,608.00
1 Integrating the Arts Across the Elem. School Curriculum 2
nd
by Gelineau, R. Phyllis 2,958.00 2,958.00
1 Writing for Understanding: Strategies to increase content by Walling, Donovan R. 1,698.00 1,698.00
1 Cases of Success Literacy Teachers by Lacina, Jan 1,758.00 1,758.00
1 Deciding what to Teach and Test by English, Fenwick W. 1,618.00 1,618.00
1 Strategies for Managerial Writing by Gale, Steven H. 4,040.00 4,040.00
1 Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning Vol. II by Hinkel, Eli 6,738.00 6,738.00
Annual Report 45
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost Total Amount
1 Oxford Practice Grammar (Intermediate) by Eastwqood, John 1,188.00 1,188.00
Copy
1 English Grammar Today by Carter, Ronald 1,218.00 1,218.00
1 The Handbook of Speech Perception by Pisoni, David B. 4,248.00 4,248.00
1 Sentence Skills: A Workbook for Writer 8
th
by Langan, John 1,968.00 1,968.00
1 Empower English Language Learners by Langer de Ramirez, Lori 2,328.00 2,328.00
1 Stewart's Algebra & Trigonometry by Stewart, James 898.00 898.00
2 Elementary Differential Equations by Rainville, Earl D. 395.00 790.00
2 Introduction to Linear Algebra with Application by DeFranza, Jim 698.00 1,396.00
1 Chemistry 9
th
by Whitten, Kenneth W. 1,868.00 1,868.00
1 ATKINS: Physical Chemistry by Whitten, Kenneth W. 2,058.00 2,058.00
1
Principles of Environmental Science: Inquiry & Application 4
th

by Atkins, Peter
598.00 598.00
1
Principles of Environmental Science: Inquiry & Application 5
th

by Cunningham, William P. Cunningham, Mary Ann
498.00 498.00
1
Introduction Botany: Plants, People and the Environment 2
nd

by Berg, Linda R. Ph. D.
2,450.00 2,450.00
1
Business and Administrative Communication 8
th
by Locker,
Kitty O.
2,578.00 2,578.00
1
Management: Leading & Collaborating in a Competitive World
by Bateman, Thomas
898.00 898.00
1 Management by Schermerhorn, Jr. John R. 598.00 598.00
1 Human Behavior in Organization by Moorheah, Gregory 598.00 598.00
1
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management by DeCenzo,
Stephen P.
598.00 598.00
1 Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior by Dubrin, Andrew J. 648.00 648.00
1
Management Communication: A case Analysis Approach 3
rd
by
O'Rourke, James K.
7,480.00 7,480.00
1
Collaborative Research in Management How to Write
Persuasively Today by Porath, Amiram
1,348.00 1,348.00
1 How to Write Persuasively Today by Davies, Carolyn 1,928.00 1,928.00
1
The Administrative Code of 1987(E.O. No. 292) annotated
Volume One by Ramos, Renan E.
695.00 695.00
1
The Administrative Code of 1987(E.O. No. 292) annotated
Volume Two by Ramos, Renan E.
1,295.00 1,295.00
1
The Administrative Code of 1987(E.O. No. 292) annotated
Volume Three by Ramos, Renan E.
695.00 695.00
2
Licensure Examination for Teachers Primer & Reviewer on
Special Education by Adorio, Mercedes P.
220.00 440.00
2
Librarian's Licensure Examination Reviewer by Bongalos,
Florbella S.
198.00 396.00
1 Breaking Through Biology by Menosa, Susan D. 545.00 545.00
2
Event Management: Envision, Execute, Evaluate by Salvador,
Germaine A.
298.00 596.00
1 100 Ideas for Teaching Science, C.2008 by Archer 1,995.00 1,995.00
1 Teaching and the Teacher 180.00 180.00
Annual Report 46
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date
Unit Cost Total Amount
1 From Research to Practice: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
in LIS Education, London: Libraries by Grealy, Deborah S., Hall-Ellis,
Sylvia D
3,795.00 3,795.00
Copy
1 Research Design: Qualitative Quantitative And Mixed Methods Ap-
proaches, 3rd Edition by Creswell, John W.
2,995.00 2,995.00
1 Research Design and Methods: A Process Approach. 8
th
Edition by
Bordens, Kenneth S., Abbott, Bruce B.
2,995.00 2,995.00
1 Quantitative Research in Communication by Allen, Mike, Titsworth,
Scott, et.al.
3,795.00 3,795.00
1 Leading Practice in Early Years Settings, 2
ND
Edition by Whalley, Mary
E., Allen, Shirley
2,195.00 2,195.00
1 Early Childhood Studies: An Introduction to the Study of Children’s
Worlds and Children’s Lives. 3rd Edition by Parker-rees, Rod, Leeson,
Caroline, et.al.
2,895.00 2,895.00
1 Early Childhood Education 4
th
Edition by Bruce, Tina 3,595.00 3,595.00
1 Positive and Trusting Relationship with Children in Early Years Settings
by Johnson, Jessica
1,995.00 1,995.00
1 Understanding Cultural Diversity in the Early Years by Baldock, Peter 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 Key Issues in Education Policy by Ward, Stephen, Eden, Christine 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 Introduction to Research Methods in Education by Punch, Keith 3,495.00 3,495.00
1
Qualitative Research in Education: Auser's Guide 2
nd
Edition by Licht-
man, Marilyn
4,695.00 4,695.00
1 Practical Interventions for Young People at Risk by Geldard, Kathryn 2,995.00 2,995.00
1
Dynamic Educational Leadership Teams: From Mine to Ours by
Jennings, Matthew
1,895.00 1,895.00
1 Developing Your Leadership in the Early Years by Briggs, Mary, Briggs, Ian 2,995.00 2,995.00
1 The Essentials of School Leadership 2
nd
Edition by Davies, Brent 3,295.00 3,295.00
1
Faculty Success Through Mentoring: A Guide for Mentors, Mentees,
and Leaders by Bland, Carole J., Taylor, Anne L.et.al.
2,995.00 2,995.00
1 Turning Average Instruction into Great Instruction by O'Condor, John. 2,195.00 2,195.00
1
Elementary Classroom Management: Lessons from Research and Prac-
tice 4th Edition by Weinstein, Carol S., Mignano, Andrew J. Jr et. Al.
2,995.00 2,995.00
1 The Art of Leadership 3
rd
Edition by Manning, George, Curtis, Kent 2,395.00 2,395.00
1
Improving Standards-Based Learning: A Process Guide for Educational
Leadership by Carr, Judy F.,Harris, Doug
2,695.00 2,695.00
1 Leadership and Management Development in Education by Bush, Tony 3,795.00 3,795.00
1 From Systems Thinking To Systemic Action by Jenkins, Lee 2,395.00 2,395.00
1 From Systems Thinking To Systemic Action by Jenkins, Lee 2,395.00 2,395.00
1 From Research to Practice: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
in LIS Education, London: Libraries by Grealy, Deborah S., Hall-Ellis,
Sylvia D
3,795.00 3,795.00
1 Collaborative Leadership 2
nd
Edition by Rubin, Hank 2,395.00 2,395.00
1 Building Sustainable Leadership Capacity by Blankstein, Alan m., Hous-
ton, Paul D. et. al.
2,695.00 2,695.00
1 Comparative and International Education: An introduction to Theory,
Method, and Practice by Philips, David, Schweisfurth, Michele
3,295.00 3,295.00
Annual Report 47
Unit Qty
Book Title/Author/Copyright Date Unit Cost
Total
Amount
1 Planning for Educational Change: Putting People and Their Contexts first by Wedell,
Martin
3,795.00 3,795.00
Copy
1 Educating Exceptional Children 13
th
Edition by Kirk, Samuel, Gallagher, James, et.al. 7,795.00 7,795.00
1 Teaching And Leading From Inside Out: A model for Reflection, Exploration by Carr,
Judy F., Fauske, Janice R.et.al.
2,395.00 2,395.00
1 Dyslexia in the Primary Classroom by Hall, Wendy 2,195.00 2,195.00
1 Educational Administration 6
th
Edition by Lunenburg, Fred C., Ornstein, Allan C. 8,995.00 8,995.00
1 Strategic Public Relations: An Audience-Focused Approach Inter. Edition by Diggs-
Brown, Barbara
5,595.00 5,595.00
1 Total Quality Management by Gupta, Srinivasa N. Valrmathi B. 795.00 795.00
1 System Analysis & Design 7
th
by Kendall, Kenneth E. Kendall Julie E. 898.00 898.00
1 Macroeconomics 9
th
by Slavin, Stephen L. 665.00 665.00
1 A Concise Guide to Macroeconomics by Moss, David A. 665.00 665.00
1 Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet 5
th
by Botkin, Daniel B. Keller, Ed-
ward A.Sherman, Theodore A. ;Johnson, Simon S.
445.00 445.00
1 Pre- Algebra: Tools For A Changing World by Davison, David M.; Landau, Marsha S,
McCracken, Leah; Thompson, Linda
3,670.00 3,670.00
1 Advanced Algebra: An Algebra 2 Course by Bellman, Allan, Bragg, Sadie Cavis et. al. 4,250.00 4,250.00
1 Algebra and Trigonometry 2
nd
by Blitzer, Robert 495.00 495.00
1 College Algebra and Trigonometry by Leithold, Louis 398.00 398.00
1 Calculus with Applications, Brief Version 5
th
by Lial, Margaret L. et. al. 548.00 548.00
1 Calculus One and Several Variables 10
th
by Salas, Saturnino L. et. al. 898.00 898.00
1 Elementary Numerical Analysis 3
rd
by Atkinson, Kendall, Han, Weimin 6,270.00 6,270.00
1 Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendental by Edwards, C. Hendry Penney, David E. 595.00 595.00
1 Calculus: Single Variable by Smith, Robert T. Minton, Roland B. 2,608.00 2,608.00
1 Statistics for the Social Sciences by Sirkin, R. Mark 4,310.00 4,310.00
1 Sears and Zemansky's College Physics by Young, Hugh D. Geller, Robert M. 10,470.00 10,470.00
1 Biology by Brooker, Robert J. Widmaier et. al. 1,398.00 1,398.00
1 Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry by Hein, Moris, Pattison et. al 998.00 998.00
1 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry by Bettelhem, Frederick A.et. al. 648.00 648.00
1 Biology: The Unity and Diversity of Life by Starr, Taggart, Starr, Evers 1,585.00 1,585.00
1 Essential Genetics 2nd by Hartl, Daniel L. Jones Elizabeth W. 445.00 445.00
1 Principles of Environmental Science: Inquiry & Application 5
th
by Cunningham, Wil-
liam P. Cunningham, Mary Ann
598.00 598.00
1 Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior 4
th
by DubBrin, Andrew J. 648.00 648.00
1 Organizational Behavior: Emerging Knowledge and Practice for the Real World 5
th
by
McShane,Steven L. Glinow, Mary Ann Vow
2,058.00 2,058.00
1 International Marketing: A Global Perspective 3
rd
by Muhlbacher, Hans, Leihs,
Helmuth et. al.
4,840.00 4,840.00
1 Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspectives Approach 2
nd
by Palmer,
Ian; Dunford, Richard; Akin Gib
575.00 575.00
GRAND TOTAL Php 1,089,815.00
SOURCE: LIBRARY SERVICES
Annual Report 48
Research Services
T
he Research Services is mandated to conduct and lead in undertaking multi-disciplinary re-
searches which are in accordance with the Colleges‘ research agenda and attuned to the inter-
national, national, regional and institutional development thrusts and priorities.
It is also directed to strengthen basic and applied researches in agriculture, natural, physical
and social sciences in line with the development thrust to uplift the standard of living of the mar-
ginalized sector of Catanduanes. Likewise, it is expected to formulate support policies for research
undertakings and implement, monitor and evaluate researches and quasi-teaching assignments
for faculty members.
This unit also disseminates and presents research outputs in international, national, regional
and institutional fora/conferences, and work for the publication of research outputs in journals at
various levels.
As the knowledge generation arm of the institution, the Research Services also works for the
use and commercialization of patented inventions and research outputs. It also maintain linkages
and research collaboration with the Academic and Extension Services to bring research output to
the service area.
Annual Report 49
Research Title Researcher(s) Status
Agricultural Sciences
Preliminary Study on the Use of Ipil-Ipil
Leaves Leucaena leucocephala Lam. as
Alternative Mushroom Spawn Substrate
Prof. Ma. Jugie R. Ramos Ongoing
Financial Performance of CSC Fishery Project
Prof. Esperanza P. San Juan
Mr. Felix F. Villacorta, Jr.
Ongoing
Adaptability of Planting Methods of Abaca to
Climate-Related Risks
Prof. Eduardo D. Peña
Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque
Prof. Noemi R. Tumaque
Ongoing
Efficacy of Organic Foliar Fertilizers on
Growth and Yield of Lettuce”
Dr. Sonia A. Torio
Prof. Manuel I. Torio
Ongoing
Abaca-Based Cropping System in
Typhoon-Prone Province of Catanduanes

Mrs. Nena V. Santos
Dr. Ruben C. Velasco
Dr. Crispin C. Oliveros
Prof. Eduardo D. Peña
Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque
Prof. Noemi R. Tumaque
Ongoing
Adaptability of Aerobic Rice Varieties under
Catanduanes Conditions
Dr. Crispin S. Oliveros, Jr.
Dr. Ruben C. Velasco
Mrs. Nena V. Santos
Ongoing
Organic Fertilizer Production and Utilization R&DS, CAF, CSC Panganiban Ongoing
Varietal Tests of Rice Varieties to Weather
Pattern in Panganiban, Catanduanes, Crop
Year 2011
Prof. Eduardo C. Peña
Dr. Ruben C. Velasco
Dr. Crispin S. Oliveros, Jr.
Ongoing
Acceptability of Five Banana Cultivars in the
Preparation of Flour
Dr. Sonia A. Torio
Prof. Manuel I. Torio
Proposal
Social Sciences
Isinaling Kwentong- Bayan ng Catanduanes:
Isang Pagsusuri
Dr. Charlene A. Cantar
Prof. Susan M. Tindugan
Completed
How Far Have We Gone into the Culture of
Research? (Catanduanes State College, 1990-
2010)
Dr. Estrella S. Placides
Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes
Mrs. Nena V. Santos

Completed
I. Researches conducted by Faculty and Staff
Annual Report 50
Research Title Researcher(s) Status
Economic Status and Problems of Women and
Children in Abaca Farming in Selected Municipalities
of Catanduanes
Dr. Fe T. Gianan
Prof. Socorro T. Brillante

Ongoing
Assessing Academe-Industry Linkages of Catanduanes
State Colleges
Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Prof. Socorro T. Brillante
Dr. Fe T. Gianan
Ongoing
Women Involvement in Farmers’ Cooperative in
Catanduanes
Prof. Socorro T. Brillante
Prof. Victoriano A. Prolles
Ongoing
Technology Skills Training Needs Assessment Among
Residents of Barangay Calampong in Virac and
Barangay Comagaycay in San Andres
Engr. Emmanuel R. Soriao, Prof.
Jesus B. Isorena
Prof. Edwin T. Romero
Prof. Priscilla P. Gianan
Prof. Roger B. Tagle
Ongoing
Political Ecology of Equity and Gender in Mangrove
Community Forests of Catanduanes
Dr. Igmedio Teves
Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre
Prof. Sonia R. Vargas
Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana
Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca
Ongoing
Hyperactive Behavior and Academic Performance of
Intermediate Pupils in the CSC Laboratory Schools
Prof. Rosana S. Abundo
Prof. Ditas T. Manlangit
Prof. Corazon T. Cilot
Ongoing
Competencies of Faculty Members of the
Catanduanes State Colleges along Instruction,
Research, Extension, and Production
Dr. Lily P. Custodio
Dr. Maria S. Tugano
Ongoing
Social Representations on Climate Change of High
School Students and their Teachers at the
Catanduanes State Colleges
Prof. Ma. Luz A. Floralde Ongoing
Employability of Nursing and Midwifery Graduates
Prof. Mary Elaine T. Tapel
Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra,
Prof. Adelina M. Almojuela
Prof. Marilou Lopez
Prof. Erlinda F. Tabor
Prof. Lilibeth I. Tubalinal
Ongoing
Academic Performance of Schools Offering Multi-
Grade Classes in Catanduanes, SY 2009-2010
Prof. Socorro D. Masagca
Prof. Imelda T. Bernal
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman
Ongoing
Annual Report 51
Research Title Researcher(s) Status
Behavioral Problems Among Secondary Students
of Catanduanes State Colleges Laboratory
Schools, SY 2010-2011
Prof. Socorro D. Masagca
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman
Prof. Rhodora B. Cabrera

Proposal
Electronic Payroll Management System for the
Provincial Government of Catanduanes
Prof. Ma. Emmie T. Delluza Proposal
Level of English Proficiency of Student Teachers
of the Catanduanes State Colleges School Year
2008-2009
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman
Prof. Rosana S. Abundo
Proposal
Health Sciences
Standardization and Commercialization of
Candied Condol Benincasa hispida: An
Alternative Livelihood Scheme
Priscilla P. Gianan
Prof. Corazon B. Sicio
Completed
Extent of Implementation of Food Fortification
Program to Grade V & VI Pupils and High School
Students in CSC Laboratory Schools
Dr. Meda B. Mercado

For Revision
Commercialization and Standardization of Pili
Pulp Flour and By-Products

Prof. Elena G. Tasarra
Prof. Hedelissa T. Gianan
Prof. Ma. Resadel J. Osido
Completed
Facilitating Conceptual Understanding and
Decision-Making in Patient Care
Prof. Maria Alma V. Tabirara
Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra
Ongoing
Prevalence of Hypertensive Disorders and Its
Management Among Pregnant Women at
Eastern Bicol Medical Center, Virac, Catanduanes
Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra
Prof. Janet B. Lim
Prof. Francisca B. Zuniega,
Prof. Adelina M. Almojuela
Prof. Mary Elaine T. Tapel
Ongoing
Development of Quality Catsup from Blends of
Banana and Squash
Dr. Sonia A. Torio
Prof. Manuel I. Torio
Ongoing
Quality and Acceptability of Pili Soya Yogurt at
Different Proportions of Soya Milk, Cow’s Milk
and Carabao’s Milk
Miss Ma. Monette D. Tugay
Prof. Priscilla P. Gianan
Prof. Corazon B. Sicio
Ongoing
Health Care and Wellness from Coconut Water

Dr. Meda B. Mercado
Prof. Delia S. Sorra
Ongoing
Functional Food from Kamias Fruit Bilimbi
averrhoa
Prof. Socorro D. Masagca
Prof. Judith Orsolino

Proposal
Annual Report 52
Research Title Researcher(s) Status
Acceptability of Five Banana Cultivars in the
Preparation of Flour
Dr. Sonia A. Torio
Prof. Manuel I. Torio
Proposal
Engineering & Technology
Design and Development of Improvised Universal
Picture Tube Rejuvenator
Prof. Prof. Edwin T. Romero Completed
Design and Development of Laboratory Manual
in Physics
Prof. Pio G. Panti Jr. For Revision
Design and Construction of Wallboard Drafting
Machine
Arch. Jose G. Ong On-Going
Title of Research Faculty/Staff Involved Status
Sustainability of AECID Projects in the
Bicol Region

Dr. Susan T. Santelices
Dr. Lily. P. Custodio
Dr. Estrella S. Placides
Prof. Esperanza P. San Juan
Prof. Sonia R. Vargas
Ms. Nena V. Santos
Ms. Juanita V. Cervantes
Prof. Sheila R. Gregorio
Prof. Belen M. Tapado
Completed
Government Support for Pro-poor Programs
in the Province of Catanduanes
Dr. Minerva I. Morales
Dr. Aurora E. Araojo
Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes
Prof. Noel B. Del Leon
On-Going
Catanduanes Sustainable Technology Infusion in
Inland Fisheries Development Program (CS-
IFD)
Executed
MOA with
BFAR- RV

Research Services Staff, selected
CAS faculty members and
other staff
Catanduanes Indigenous Rice Development Pro-
gram (CIRDEP)
Ongoing
II. Researches funded by other agencies
Annual Report 53
Title of Research Research Forum Venue Date Persons Involved
Pantomina
Catanduanes
2011 Kabikolan
Conference on Lan-
guage and Education
February 24
-26, 2011
Dr. Estrella S. Placides
Prof. Ma. Chatita L.
Lorenzana
Prof. Leticia A.
Tolledo
La Pizza Hotel
& Convention
Center,
Tahao Road,
Legaspi City
Development of
Catandungan
Dictionary for
Non-Native Speakers
2011 Kabikolan
Conference on Lan-
guage and Education
February 24
-26, 2011
Dr. Yolanda M. Tari-
man
Prof. Rosana Abundo
Commercialization
and Standardization
of Pili Pulp Flour and
By-Products

CSC 2011 Annual
In-House Review of
Completed Researches
CSC Little
Theatre
September
21, 2011
Prof. Elena G. Tasarra
Prof. Hedelissa T. Gi-
anan
Prof. Ma. Resadel J.
Osido
REDTI National
Research Seminar and
Forum
Hotel
Supreme,
Baguio City
October 19-
21, 2011

Design and
development of
Universal Picture Tube
Rejuvenator
CSC 2011 Annual
In-House Review of
Completed Researches
CSC Little
Theatre
September
21, 2011
Prof. Edwin T. Ro-
mero
REDTI National
Research Seminar and
Forum
Hotel
Supreme,
Baguio City
October 19-
21, 2011
Extent of
Implementation of
Food Fortification
Program to Grade V &
VI pupils and High
School Students in
CSC Laboratory
Schools
CSC 2011 Annual
In-House Review of
Completed Researches
CSC Little
Theatre
September
21, 2011
Dr. Meda B. Mercado
III. Researches presented in institutional, regional and
national conferences, fora and symposia
Annual Report 54
Title of Award Sponsor Venue Date Awardee
Outstanding
Nurse in Research
(Academe)
National League
of Phil. Govern-
ment Nurses/
DOST
Cebu City
January 27,
2011
 Dr. Alvin C. Ogalesco
President’s Award
of Excellence in
Research
Research and
Development
Services
CSC
Gymnasium
(CSC 40
th
Foun-
dation Anni-
versary)


July 1, 2011
 Dr. Lily P. Custodio
 Dr. Alvin C. Ogalesco
 Dr. Minerva I. Morales
 Dr. Aurora E. Araojo
Special Award in
Research
Research and
Development
Services
CSC
Gymnasium
(CSC 40
th
Foun-
dation Anni-
versary)

 Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana
 Prof. Sonia R. Vargas
 Prof. Angelica V. Mendoza
 Dr. Sonia Torio
 Dr. Crispin Oliveros
July 1, 2011
IV. Faculty Awardees in Research
OUTSTANDING FACULTY RESEARCHERS honored for their prolific outputs in research and devel-
opment for the last five years.
Annual Report 55
Title of Activity Venue Date
Research Proposal Preparation, Writeshop &
Evaluation
CATNET, Virac Catan-
duanes

January 26-28, 2011

Search for Pisog nin Uswag Award 2011
Research & Extension Ser-
vices Building
February 23, 2011
Evaluation and Revision of the Draft Research
Manual
CSC Conference Room
CSC Bio Park Development – Clearing, planting 278
trees 1-11-11, putting up trellises for vegetables. Planting
kitchen and medicinal herbs, ferns, ornamentals, fixing
temporary gates at entrance and exit, fencing the whole
area, clearing up garbage behind engineering and near the
dormitory, landscaping around function hall/gazebo, plant-
ing palm trees, malunggay and lemon grass. Putting up the
MRF, concrete fence, and started building the hito pond.
CSC BIOPark
January– December,
2011
Research Coordinators’ Meetings RDC Conference Room
Charter Day Celebration – launching,
preparation, evaluation and culminating activities
 Search for CSC’s Firsts
 Search for President’s Award for Excellence in
Research
 Techno Fair
CSC June 1-June 30, 2011
AECID Research – Proposal, data gathering, collation,
analysis, interpretation. Preparing research report/
PowerPoint presentation, oral defense
Bicol Region January-June, 2011
Ocular visits of research offices CSC January-June, 2011
Rearrangement of the office and research areas,
fixing files, setting up of collection of researches
by college
RDC May-June, 2011
Search for President’s Award of Excellence in
Research
July 1, 2011
Finalized the copy of the Research Manual RDC August 24, 2011
2011 CSC Annual In-House Review of Completed
Researches
CSC Little Theater September 21, 2011
V. Researches and other activities conducted by Research
Services
Annual Report 56
Title of Activity Venue Date
Writeshop for research projects involving all colleges CATNET
September 22,
2011
Echo-Seminar Workshop for Health Research
Agenda for the CSC
CSC Little Theater
October 12,
2011
Preparation Activities for MOA Signing for the
following:
 Abaca Research Program with BU-CHED-ZRC)
 Apiculture with CBSUA and the Provincial
Government of Catanduanes


Provincial Capitol, SB Hall



November 2011
Technical Writing: Preparation of Publishable
Research(es)
CATNET
November 4,
2011
Technical Writing: Critiquing of Publishable Research
(es)
CSC Little Theater
November 16,
2011
Writeshop for Abaca Research Program CATNET
November 18,
2011

Executed MOA with the Bureau of Fisheries and
Aquatic Resources Region V for a Collaborative
Research Undertaking (Catanduanes Sustainable
Technology Infusion in Inland Fisheries Development
Program (CS-IFD)

BFAR Regional Office V December 2011
Poster Presentation on Health Researches in
National Research Forum
Iloilo City
August 10-12,
2011
Conducted Pre-Collaborative Discussion with FIDA,
DTI, FITS-PASO, Catanduanes for a Project on Abaca
CSC Conference Room
December 27,
2011
Researches and other activities conducted by Research Services
(continuation)
Extension Services
T
he CSC Extension Services takes charge in implementing one of the quadrant missions of the
institution. Specifically, it aims to:

 Empower communities served by the CSC through sustained, relevant and responsive ex-
tension services by converging and focusing delivery of extension programs, projects and
activities to achieve the desired socio-economic development.
 Strengthen trainings particularly in entrepreneurial skills.
 Coordinate with Academic and Research Services for the packaging, dissemination and
transfer of technologies into popular versions for their easy comprehension and use of
their targeted participants and beneficiaries.
 Ensure that products and other services of the CSC are disseminated and utilized through
extension service preferably in areas of the province which can be adopted and/or assisted
by the Colleges.
 Produce cultural shows that will enrich the cultural heritage of the province as benchmark
for development efforts.

In support of these objectives, the following outreach programs and activities were con-
ducted in 2011:
PROGRAM/ACTIVITY DATE/VENUE
NO. OF
BENEFICIARIES
REMARKS
Man-
hours
Training on Sinamay Flower Making
March 19-20, 2011
CSC Extension Center
22 Students &
Faculty members
Completed 44
Training on Basketry Making
July 18-21, 2011
Brgy. Sta. Maria, Panganiban,
Catanduanes
25
Mothers/ OSYs/
Unemployed
Completed
32
Training on Latik Making
July 22, 2011
Brgy. Sta. Maria, Panganiban,
Catanduanes
8
Training on Pinangat Making
July 23, 2011
Brgy. Sta. Maria, Panganiban,
Catanduanes
8
Training on Basic Handloom
Weaving
August 8-12, 2011
29 Mothers/ OSYs/
Unemployed
Completed 40
I. Skills Training
Annual Report 57
Annual Report 58
PROGRAM/ACTIVITY DATE/VENUE
NO. OF
BENEFICIARIES
REMARKS
Man-
hours
Training on Spot Welding and
Abaca/ Caragumoy Craft
August 10-12, 2011
Brgy. Lictin, San
Andres, Catanduanes
18 Mothers/
OSYs/
Unemployed
Completed
24
Skills Training on Rattan Craft
Cum production
September 5-9, 2011
Brgy. Buyo, Virac,
Catanduanes
38
OSYs/
Unemployed
40
Training on Sinamay Flower
Making
Oct. 12-14, 2011
TESDA CSHCI,
Cabugao, Bato,
Catanduanes
21 Students and
Faculty
Members


Completed






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24

Training on Christmas Décor
Making
November 9-11, 2011
TESDA, CSHCI,
Cabugao, Bato,
Catanduanes
25 Students and
Faculty
Members
Training on Sinamay Flower
Making and Christmas Décor
Making
Nov. 16-18, 2011
Relief Society
Naga 1
st
Ward
The Church of Jesus
Christ Latter Day
Saints Haring,
Canaman, Camarines
Sur
28
OSY and
Unemployed
Mothers
Training on Christmas Décor
Making
October-November
BJMP, Virac,
Catanduanes
25
Inmates
Completed 320
Training on Vermiculture
September 16, 2011-
March 2012
35 Brgy.
constituents
On going
8 per
day
for 7
mos.
Training on Food Seedling
Production
September 16, 2011-
March 2012
Establishment of Material
Recovery Facility (MRF)
September 16, 2011-
March 2012
Annual Report 59
PROGRAM/ACTIVITY DATE/VENUE
NO. OF
BENEFICIARIES
Man-
hours
Training on Theater Arts (Basic) January- March 2011, CSC
60 Students 3,000
Training on Dance / Contemporary January, 2011, CSC
Training on Folkdance January, 2011, CSC 60 Students 3,000
Training on Solo/ Duet January, 2011, CSC 60 Students 3,000
2011 Regional SCUAA Dance Sports
Competition
January 21, 2011, CBSUA,
Camarines Sur
4 Student
Contestants
6,000
Variety Show: Pagkamoot III (A cultural
treat) A night of Music. Dance and Poetry
February 10, 2011 HRD Building,
CSC, Virac, Catanduanes
255 Audience

800
Red Cross Biennial Assembly
February 11, 2011, Red Cross
Training Building, EBMC
Compound
255 Red Cross
Heads and
Members
200
2011 National SCUAA Olympics, Dance
Sports Competition
February 21, 2011, Ilagan, Isabela
2 student
contestant
1,500
Intermission Number - Turn Over
Ceremony of ICT Equipment to MLGU FITS
March 8, 2011, HRD Building 45 LGU Officials 20
Intermission Number - CSC Recognition
Ceremony
March 18, 2011, CSC Covered
Court
555 audience
CSC Community
250
Cultural Presentation: Baras Town Fiesta August 6, 2011, Baras, Town Plaza
500 LGU’s, visitors,
Guests and
Community

8

Mini Cultural Show: Centennial
Celebration of Cabugao Parish
August 15, 2011, Cabugao Parish
Church, Bato, Catanduanes
500 Guests, and
the community
Musical and Dance Presentation - Parents-
Teachers Association on CSC Tertiary
Level
September 3, 2011, CSC
Gymnasium
500 Parents,
Teachers,
Students, Guests
II. Culture and Arts
The Extension Services also conducted volleyball coaching and officiating to 33 PE majors
at CSC on January 21-28, 2011, and coordinated for the conduct of Lecture-Meeting on Solid
Waste Management and Upland Forest development to 30 student leaders and advisers on Sep-
tember 21, 2011.
It also facilitated the holding of Aquaculture Forum participated in by students, faculty
members, municipal agriculture officers, agricultural technicians, and fishpond operators on Oc-
tober 20, 2011, and participated in the Agro-Industrial and Trade Fair on October 23-26, 2011 in
celebration of Catandungan Festival at Plaza Rizal in Virac.
Annual Report 60
T
he third quarter of the year marked the full implementation of the CSC Extension Program
dubbed Sustainable Ecosystem Program for Community Development (SEPComDev). This
program is being undertaken through a Memorandum of Agreement entered into by the CSC with
Local Government Unit of Virac, the Diocese of Virac, DENR-PENR-Catanduanes, DTI-
Catanduanes, DOST-Provincial Office, Provincial Government of Catanduanes, and DepEd-
Catanduanes, FIDA-Catanduanes, BCARRD, and PCARRD.

The project beneficiaries are the nine (9) barangays of Buyo District, Virac, Catanduanes.

The project components of the program include the following: 1.) Environmental Manage-
ment; 2.) Local Governance; 3.) Livelihood and Entrepreneurial Skills Development; 4.) Literacy
and Values Education; and 5.) Health and Nutrition. Specific activities per project were identified
and were assigned to each college for their respective implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

The following are the activities conducted in support to the program:
III. Implementation of Sustainable Ecosystem Program for Community
Development (SEPComDev)
PROGRAM/ACTIVITY DATE/VENUE BENEFICIARIES REMARKS Man-hours
Environmental Awareness
November 20, 2011
Buyo Integrated
School
7
Students/Youth
4
Completed
Community Based Program
Planning Workshop
February 27, 2011
Sta. Maria Josefa
mission Church,
Brgy. Buyo

55 Buyo District
Brgy. Officials



330
Orientation on Organizational
Competencies of LGUs: LGPMS
March 6, 2011
Buyo District
1020 Buyo
District
Constituents
100
Organizational Competency of
BLGUs
March 12, 2011
Buyo District
98 Buyo District
Barangay
officials
490
Annual Report 61

PROGRAM/ACTIVITY

DATE/VENUE BENEFICIARIES REMARKS Man-hours
General Cookery Jan-Feb 2011, Pajo San Isidro, Virac, 14 Mothers

160 Commercializing Banana &
Camote Chips
Jan-Feb 2011, Pajo San Isidro, Virac, 13 Mothers
Training on Meat Processing Mar 13, 20, 27, Buyo, Virac 76 Mothers/OSYs 456
Training on Practical Electronics Mar 13, 20, 27, Buyo, Virac 50 OSYs, Students 450
Training on Computer Literacy Mar. 13, 2011, Buyo Integrated School
60 Teachers/ Brgy.
Officials/ Students
180
Training on How to Start a Small
Business
Mar 13 & 20, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School, Virac, Catanduanes
90 Housewives, OSYs 360
Training on Embutido Making
Apr 3, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School, Virac, Catanduanes
17 Mothers
44
Reading and Actualizing
Schematic Diagram/Hands-on
Apr 3, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School, Virac, Catanduanes
17 Mothers
Training on Servicing and
Repairing Cellular Phones
Sept 4 & 25, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School
13 Youth


4
Training on Food Processing
Sept 11 & 18, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School
5 Mothers
Training on Accounting for Non-
Accountants
Sept 18 & 25, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School
16 Mothers
& OSY’s
Basic Computer Literacy (MS
Excel )
Sept 25, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School

12 students


Fundamentals of Personal
Computer/Software Application
Fundamentals of Microprocessor
circuits and Programming/
software Application
Oct 2, 2011, Buyo Integrated School 14 students
Fundamentals of electronic
components and circuits/
installation of enhancement
features
October 9. 2011, Buyo Integrated
School
10 students
Fundamentals of Digital Logic,
Components and Circuits
Oct 16, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School

10 students
Assessment of Participants/
Hands on Evaluation

Nov 6, 2011, Buyo Integrated
School
10 students,
teachers,
constituents
Training on Christmas Décor
Making
Nov 20, 27 and December 4, 2011
34 Faculty members

24
Training on Baking Dec 4, 11, 2011, CSC COT DIT 11 Mothers 16
Farmer’s Training on Financial
Management
Nov 20, 27 and Dec. 4, 2011
Buyo Integrated School
26
Students/
Youth
24
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PROGRAM/ACTIVITY DATE/VENUE BENEFICIARIES REMARKS
Man-
hours
Values Education
Jan 29, Feb 5 & 12,
2011, Pajo San
Isidro, Virac
32 elementary
pupils
24
Continuing
Music: Children’s Chorale
Jan 29, Feb5, 12, 19,
2011,Pajo San
Isidro, Virac
35 elementary
pupils
32
Literacy / Numeracy
February-March
2011, Pajo San
Isidro, Virac
28 pre-school chil-
dren
160
One-day Enhancement Seminar on
Science Teaching-Learning Pedagogies
February 20, 2011
Buyo Integrated
School,
21 1
st
– 2
nd
Year
High School Stu-
dents
42
Understanding Climate Change: Its
effect to the Earth Approach
22OSYs/ 3
rd
- 4
th

Year male stu-
dents
66
Basic House wiring Installation and
Safety Requirements- Seminar Work-
shop
9 Buyo Integrated
Sch. Teachers

Rutherford’s Experiment-Computer
Assisted Instruction
26 3
rd
Year Stu-
dents
18
Magic Tricks in Chemistry- POE and
PW Approach
25 1
st
Year Stu-
dents
78
The Continental Drift- Story Telling
Approach
25 Students 37.5
How to Control Soil Erosion : Dialogue
and Speech Balloon 18 Grade IV Pupil
37.5
Acceleration- Discovery Approach
Completed
36

Literacy (Math)
Nov 20, 27; Dec. 4,
2011 Buyo Inte-
grated School
15 Students/
Youth
24
Culture and Arts, Ballroom Dancing
Ballet Dancing, Choral Presentation
Nov 20, 2011
Buyo Integrated
School Virac
40
Students
4
Literacy (English) High School
Nov 20, 2011, Buyo
Integrated School
5 students
Literacy (English) Elementary
Dec 11, 2011, Buyo
Integrated School
8 students
Sports Basketball Training
Nov 20, 27 & Dec 4,
2011, Buyo Inte-
grated School
14 elementary
pupils
Annual Report 63
PROGRAM/ACTIVITY DATE/VENUE BENEFICIARIES REMARKS
Man-
hours
Basic Nutrition (Lecture)
Jan 15, 28 2011, Pajo
San Isidro, Virac,
21 Parents &
Children
On-going
8
Feeding of Low-Cost but Nutritious
Indigenous snacks
Jan 15, 22, 29; February
5, 12, 19, 26; March 5,
2011 Pajo San Isidro,
Virac,
55 Pre-school
children
64
Enhancement Education Training
for BHWs
March 12, 19, 26, 2011
Buyo Integrated School

545 Buyo District
Constituents
90
Sept 11, 18 & 25, 2011 35 constituents
Enhancement Education Seminar
for Brgy. Dec 4, 2011,
Buyo Integrated School
8 Health workers
Completed
4
2011 International Coastal Clean
Up
Sept 17, 2011 604 Volunteers 8
Annual Report 64
T
he major accomplishment of the CSC as Partner Member Agency (PMA) of the Bicol Consor-
tium for Agricultural Resources and Research Development (BCARRD) and the Philippine
Consortium for Agricultural Aquatic Resources and Research Development (PCAARRD) in the
implementation of the Techno Gabay Program (TGP), with the concerted efforts of the Farmers
Information Technology Service (FITS) Centers, is the awarding of computers and other informa-
tion technology equipment to six (6) Municipal Local Government Unit/FITS Centers in Catan-
duanes.
TGP also documented the Magsasaka Siyentista (MS) Best Practices. It accomplished the
following:
 produced and disseminated Information Education and Communication (IEC) materials
 promoted technology Services
 provided information services and technology services
 provided value adding science and technology services
 validated /appointed Magsasaka Siyentista
 conducted Values Enhancement activities
 monitored the different FITS Centers
These were imple-
mented to provide farmers
with the needed informa-
tion, and develop their
skills for an improved qual-
ity of life. Moreover, a for-
mal awarding and turnover
ceremony of complete set of
brand new ICT equipment
was conducted by the CSC
last March 8, 2011 at HRD
Building, CSC campus.
The equipment consists of
desktop computer with
LCD monitor, computer
table and chair, HP printer,
digital camera, two (2) cel-
lular phones and a Smart
Broadband plug-in with
free one-year subscription.
The ICT equipment grant
funded by the PCAARRD
for its TGP-FITS with CSC
as its partner member agency was awarded to FITS Center Bato, FITS Center Bagamanoc, FITS
Center Gigmoto, FITS Center Panganiban, FITS Center San Miguel, and FITS Center Viga.
IV. Implementation of Techno Gabay Program

Annual Report 65
Production Services
T
he institution has to maintain a viable and sustainable income-generating program
to augment the regular budget allocation from the government and consequently
support its development projects and property and equipment acquisition. Embarking
into production ventures is one of the mandates of SUCs to improve its efficiency and
effectiveness through resource generation.

The table below shows the performance of CSC Main Campus‘ income generating
ventures.
Comparative Production Income, 2010 and 2011, CSC Main Campus
(in million pesos)
5,861.35
6,603.85
2010 2011
Annual Report 66
Production Activities
Unit Quantity Sold Amount Gross Income
Land-use Projects

Rice/Crops Production
 Vegetable kilo/pc 620.23 22,268.80
 Fruits kilo/pc 2,874.84 25,960.75
 Rice kilo 6,361.00 401,796.15
 Rice Bran kilo 3,465.00 13,191.00
bag 56.00
 Palay Seeds
kilo 237.00
cans 17.00 93,965.00
Root crops kilo 23.40 468.00
Others
 Bell Pepper Plant pot 10.00 80.00
 Copra kilo 3,289.20 65,674.50
 Coconut pc 18.00 270.00
 Empty sack pc 538.00 5,380.00
 Coconut shell kilo 35.00 1,300.00 630,354.20
Share from Tenants
 Root Crops kilo 10.06 100.60
 Pili pc 2,940.00 1,728.25
 Banana kilo 27.35 605.25 2,434.10
Poultry Production

 Eggs pc 95,427.00 468,331.50
 Cracked Eggs pc 2,985.00 7,527.50
 Culled Chicken
No. of head head 183.00
No. of kilo kilo 224.95 19,800.00
 Broiler Chicken & Choice Cuts
No. of head head 1,741.00
No. of kilo kilo 2,554.72 322,312.88
 Chicken Manure bag 74.00 4,800.00
 Empty Sack pc 355.00 3,550.00 826,321.88
Annual Report 67
Gross Income
Production Activities
Unit Quantity Sold Amount
Fishpond Production
 Milkfish kilo 657.77 94,956.70
 Milkfish (dried) kilo 19.12 5,490.30
 Shrimp kilo 1.60 240.00
 Assorted Fishes kilo 26.50 2,920.00
 Crab kilo 102.50 25,825.00
 Tilapia kilo 96.75 12,030.00
 Tilapia Fry pc 6,950.00 10,950.00
 Tilapia Breeder kilo 5.00 275.00
 Tilapia Fingerlings pc 861.00 2,022.00
Others
 Root Crops kilo 42.94 858.70
 Vegetable kilo 445.11 10,017.40
 Fruits kilo 208.05 2,942.75 168,527.85
Livestock Production

 Piglet hd 68.00 154,600.00
 Drake hd 2.00 500.00
 Native Chicken egg pc 277.00 2,770.00
 Dressed Native Chicken hd 76.00 11,364.20
 Duck hd 2.00 500.00
 Duck Eggs pc 254.00 2,540.00
 Dressed Duck hd 45.00 5,469.60
 Cuts
 Pata kl 48.17 6,731.95
 Pork kl 311.50 49,345.00
 Carabeef kl 217.50 35,905.00
 Liver kl 2.50 400.00
 Others
 Vegetables kilo 233.35 5,472.75
 Fruits kilo 1,519.94 2,452.10
 Boar Semen - - 3,200.00
 Empty Sack - - 60.00 281,310.60
Annual Report 68
Gross Income
Production Activities
Unit Quantity Sold Amount
Horticulture Production
 Vegetable kilo 1,826.13 46,033.38
 Fruits kilo 2,766.51 9,722.30
 Ornamental Plants pot 6.00 200.00
 Seedlings pot 2.00 130.00
 Root crops kilo 302.70 5,144.85 61,230.53
Sub-total 1,970,179.16
Micro-Business Enterprises - Cafeteria 1,884,082.70
Photocopying Services
 Machine 1 copies 234,938 234,938.00
 Machine 2 copies 168,052 168,052.00
 Machine 3 copies 64,330 64,330.00
 Machine 4 copies 260,293 260,293.00
 Risograph Machine copies 151,145 120,916.20 848,529.20
Academic Gowns 3,240.00
Sale of P.E. Uniforms
Elementary & Pre-school
 T-shirt pc 82 9,020.00
 Jogging pants pc 64 14,720.00
Secondary
 T-shirt pc 55 6,600.00
 Jogging pants pc 63 15,750.00
College
 T-shirt pc 611 81,435.00
 Jogging pants pc 474 123,250.00 250,775.00
Sale of NSTP T-shirts pc 165 22,275.00 22,275.00
Sale of Student ID Cards & Lamination - - - 264,167.50
Stall Rental - No. of Lessee at CBO Bldg. - 11 294,625.00 294,625.00
Commission Income- Consigned books - - 238,670.00
Annual Report 69
Production Activities
Unit Quantity Sold Amount Gross Income
Commission Income- T-shirt - - - 10,860.00
Sub-total 3,817,224.40
Knowledge-Based Projects - - -
Pre-School Operations - - -
 Registration Fees - - -
 Nursery - 27 13,500.00
 Junior - 34 17,000.00
 Senior - 29 14,500.00
 Monthly Tuition Fees -
 Nursery - 23 110,950.00
 Junior - 33 140,700.00
 Senior - 28 138,950.00 435,600.00
Printing (Work Text Production)



 Chem 1 pc 59.00 20,650.00
 English 1 pc 36.00 7,200.00
 English 2 pc 1,212.00 303,000.00
 English 3 pc 200.00 50,000.00 380,850.00
Sub-total 816,450.00
Total 6,603,853.56
At the forefront of CSC’s resource generation.
Annual Report 70
General Administration
CSC Main Campus Infra Projects Status Amount
1. Construction of Two Storey BSND Building For Bidding P 2, 000, 000.00
2. Extension of Main Library Building, Phase 1 Ongoing 4, 750, 000.00
3. Construction of one classroom to Virtual Laboratory (CHS) For Implementation 800, 000.00
4. Repair of Ladies Dormitory Plan Preparation 1, 400, 000.00
5. Construction of CBA Building Plan Preparation 4, 000, 000.00
6. Rewiring of Admin. Bldg., Phase 1 Plan Preparation 1, 800, 000.00
7. Completion of Library Building Extension, Phase II Plan Preparation 1, 500, 000.00
8. Perimeter Fence Plan Preparation 1, 000, 000.00
9. Concreting of Road Network For Implementation 500, 000.00
10. Construction of Materials Recovery Facility at Biopark Ongoing 150, 000.00
11. Construction of Gate and Fence at Biopark Ongoing 100, 000.00
12. Construction of Comfort Room at Biopark Ongoing 50, 000.00
13. Construction of Hito Pond at Biopark Ongoing 50, 000.00
14. Improvement of Off-Season Production Demo Farm (Extension) Plan Preparation 30, 000.00
15. Construction of Vermi – House at Biopark Ongoing 20, 000.00
16. Repair of Dirty Kitchen (Ladies Dorm) For Implementation 100, 000.00
17. Construction of Product Development Area (Extension) Plan Preparation 100, 000.00
18. Construction of Mushroom Laboratory Room (CAF) Plan Preparation 75, 000.00
TOTAL 18,425,000.00
SOURCE: Planning Office
Physical Improvement

E
ighteen capital outlay infra projects amounting to PhP 18,425,000.00 at the CSC Main Cam-
pus were identified by the CSC administration at the end of 2011. At the CSC Panganiban
Campus, six infrastructure projects were completed and two were ongoing in 2011 in the amount
of PhP923, 371.48.
Annual Report 71
CSC Panganiban Campus Infra Projects Status Amount
Construction of Green House Completed 91, 179.36
Repair of Rice Granary Completed 134, 488.00
Interior Repair of Administration Building Ongoing 157, 601.32
Construction of Student Cottage Completed 189, 784.60
Construction of Poultry House and Duck Pond Completed 142, 231.16
Repair of Roofing of School Building Ongoing 116, 794.44
Repair of Student Pavilion Completed 46, 359.68
Repair of Audio Visual Room Completed 44, 932.92
Total 923, 371.48
SOURCE: Planning Office
The proposed expansion of CSC Library (top) and the construction of BSND building.
Annual Report 72
Acquired equipment

T
he table below shows the consolidated report of acquired equipment to backstop the opera-
tion of the Colleges and aid in the speedy and efficient performance of academic and adminis-
trative works. CSC acquired a total of Php 4,930,829.20 worth of equipment for the period in re-
view.
Date
Issued
A R T I C L E S Qty. Unit Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
1/17/11


Digital Camera: "CANON PowerShot A495"
compact digital still camera w/ built-in flash 3.3x
optical/approx. 4x digital / approx. 13x combined zoom
Serial No. 058021006179
1

unit


7,289.00


7,289.00


Maria S.
Tugano
Digital Camera: "CANON PowerShot A495"
compact digital still camera w/ built-in flash 3.3x
optical/approx. 4x digital / approx. 13x combined zoom
Serial No. 058062003078
1


unit


7,289.00


7,289.00


Yolanda M.
Tariman
Digital Camera: "CANON PowerShot A495"
compact digital still camera w/ built-in flash 3.3x
optical/approx. 4x digital / approx. 13x combined zoom
Serial No. 058021006716
1


unit


7,289.00


7,289.00


Sonia R.
Vargas
Digital Camera: "CANON PowerShot A495"
compact digital still camera w/ built-in flash 3.3x
optical/approx. 4x digital / approx. 13x combined zoom
Serial No. 028061002822
1


unit


7,289.00


7,289.00


Jose F.
Tabligan
Video Camera: "CANON FS300", 37x optical zoom
41x advanced zoom, 1.07 mega pixels, 27" wide LCD
screen, Hi-resolution 16.9 recording, LCD video light,
quick start, dual layer disc support
Serial No. 112052145608
1



unit



27,289.00



27,289.00



Estrella S.
Placides
Video Camera: "CANON FS300", 37x optical zoom
41x advanced zoom, 1.07 mega pixels, 27" wide LCD
screen, Hi-resolution 16.9 recording, LCD video light,
quick start, dual layer disc support
Serial Nos. 112052145608 and 112052147809
2
unit



27,289.00



Eleanor B.
Tablizo

54,578.00




Rico M.
Romero
Lapel Microphone: "SHURE", portable wireless
amplifier, wireless microphone / hands wireless free 2
pcs, 1 clip on lapel mic., 1 boom headset mic., 1
transmitter w/ VHF frequency, 35w 94mm x 120mm
up to 75m within 600 sq.m., 1.8 kgs only with durable
built-in carrying handle.
1




unit




6,189.00




6,189.00




Angelita L
Tacorda

Lapel Microphone: "SHURE", portable wireless
amplifier, wireless microphone / hands wireless free 2
pcs, 1 clip on lapel mic., 1 boom headset mic., 1
transmitter w/ VHF frequency, 35w 94mm x 120mm
up to 75m within 600 sq.m., 1.8 kgs only with durable
built-in carrying handle.
1




unit




6,189.00




6,189.00




Sonia R.
Vargas

Annual Report 73
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
1/28/2011 Steel Filing Cabinet: 4 drawers 1 9,000.00 9,000.00 Amelia B. Armea
1/31/2011
Triple Drum
2 6,295.50 Leticia Tolledo
25,182.00
2 6,295.50 Trinidad Rumbines
Bass Drum: Size 22 (Stainless)
2 3,077.80
12,311.20
Leticia Tolledo
2 3,077.80 Trinidad Rumbines
Xylophone: Organ Style (Medium)
2 13,290.50
53,162.00
Leticia Tolledo
2 13,290.50 Trinidad Rumbines
3 Phase Motor: 1HP, 220V (Made in China)
Model: Y802-4 "MEIHO"
3 4,890.00 14,670.00
Salustiano I.
Alcantara Jr.
2/15/2011

Desktop Switch: 10/100 "CLSCO" 8 Port Switch w/ QOS,
SF - 100D-08 SN: PSJ14190B1Y
1

2,100.00

2,100.00

Yolanda Tariman

Desktop Switch: 10/100 "CLSCO" 8 Port Switch w/ QOS,
SF - 100D-08 SN: PSJ14190BJO
1

2,100.00

2,100.00

Santos Magallanes

Desktop Switch: 10/100 "CLSCO" 8 Port Switch w/
QOS, SF - 100D-08 SN: PSJ14190B12
1

2,100.00

2,100.00

Valentino Valeza

Desktop Switch: 10/100 "CLSCO" 8 Port Switch w/ QOS,
SF - 100D-08 SN: PSJ14220FMD
1

2,100.00

2,100.00

Gemma Acedo

Epson Printer LX 300+11 w/ USB cable SN: G8NY178744 1 8,510.00 8,510.00
Irenea Suarez
Epson Printer LX 300+11 w/ USB cable SN: G8NY181114 1 8,510.00 8,510.00
Epson Printer LX 300+11 w/ USB cable SN: G8NY181126 1 8,510.00 8,510.00 Teresita Avila
Epson Printer LX 300+11 w/ USB cable SN: G8NY178933 1 8,510.00 8,510.00 Edgar Tatel
Epson Printer LX 300+11 w/ USB cable SN: G8NY177211 1 8,510.00 8,510.00
Ma. Theresa
Sarmiento
Epson Printer LX 300+11 w/ USB cable SN: G8NY178792 1 8,510.00 8,510.00
Printer Canon iP2770 w/ Continuous Ink (CIS) SN:
HRDC97971
1 5,040.00 5,040.00 Angelita Tacorda
Printer (4-in-1): Brother DCP 185C w/ ADF
SN: EG7781LOF202185
1 6,350.00 6,350.00 Socorro Brillante
Computer Scanner Flatbed SN: MM6W000768 1 4,320.00 4,320.00 Medita Reyes
Annual Report 74
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost Accountable Officer
2/15/2011
Computer Scanner Flatbed
SN: MM6W000735
1 4,320.00 4,320.00 Ma. Emmie Delluza
HP LaserJet Pro M1212nF All in one
Network Printer SN: CND8BB71VT
1 18,279.00 18,279.00 Araceli Mendez
HP Office 700 wide Format Printer, A3
size Printer
1 13,080.00 13,080.00 Jose G. Ong, Jr.
Biometric - Digital Persona 4 8,450.00 33,800.00
Ma. Emmie Delluza
Barcode Reader Model: LS1203 w/
stand SN: Y6R2VI
1 5,040.00 5,040.00
Barcode Reader Model: LS1203 w/
stand SN: Y6R2DR
1 5,040.00 5,040.00
Barcode Reader Model: LS1203 w/
stand SN: Y6R2ES
1 5,040.00 5,040.00
Barcode Reader Model: LS1203 w/
stand SN: Y6R2OK
1 5,040.00 5,040.00
Laptop Inspiron Mini W7S (Purple, Blue,
Red, Pink MS Windows Starter 7,
Starter Intel Atom 2530
4 26,580.00 106,320.00
Laptop Inspiron Mini W7S (Purple, Blue,
Red, Pink MS Windows Starter 7,
Starter Intel Atom 2530
Laptop Inspiron Mini W7S (Purple, Blue,
Red, Pink MS Windows Starter 7,
Starter Intel Atom 2530
Laptop Inspiron Mini W7S (Purple, Blue,
Red, Pink MS Windows Starter 7,
Starter Intel Atom 2530
Laptop Computer e-machine Intel Dual
Core T4300 2.0 Ghz
SN: LXNB009035K1E112500
1 26,340.00 26,340.00 Emmanuel Soriao
Laptop Computer e-machine Intel Dual
Core T4300 2.0 Ghz
SN: LXNBQOC27035164DE2500
1 26,340.00 26,340.00 Ruben P. Tablizo
Laptop Computer emachine Intel Dual
Core T4300 2.0 Ghz SN:
XNBQOC02703616592500
1 26,340.00 26,340.00 Yolanda Tariman
Laptop Computer "emachine" Intel
Dual Core T4300 2.0 Ghz SN:
LXNBQOC0270361653225000
1 26,340.00 26,340.00 Sonia Vargas
Laptop Computer Apple Mac Book
Intel Core Duo 2.4Ghz
1 54,600.00 54,600.00 Gemma Acedo
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory
Intel Dual Core SN: CN019VCD-64180-
046-3BLL SN: 4B1042P43688
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Helen Porte
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory
Intel Dual Core SN: CN019VCD-64180-
046-097L SN: 4B1042P43685
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Melchor Suarez
Annual Report 75
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
2/15/2011
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-3BFL
SN: 4B1042P21962
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Evelyn Samar
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-3ABL SN: 7B1045L01825
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Rommel Torres
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-3B2L SN: 7B1045L05293
1 22,800.00 22,800.00
Shiela
Bagadiong
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-0LEL SN: 7B1045L02200
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Dante Rojas
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-3A3L SN: 4B1042P51754
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Lily Ham
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-38LL SN: 4B1042P51708
4 22,800.00 Araceli Mendez 91,200.00
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-38EL SN: 4B1042P5711
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core
SN: CN019VCD-64180-046-39VL SN: 4B1008P38722
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-37XL SN: 4B1042P51730
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-37ML SN: 4B1042P51755
1 22,800.00 22,800.00
Lourdes
Rodriguez
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-37AL SN: 4B1008P33754
1 22,800.00 22,800.00
Herminia Tabor
& M. Tejada
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-39QL SN: 4B1008P38718
1 22,800.00 22,800.00
Valentino Valeza
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-37JL SN: 7B1048L05546
1 22,800.00 22,800.00
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-3AIL SN: 4B1008P38750
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Nena Santos
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-37WL SN: 4B1042P51731
1 22,800.00 22,800.00
Juanita
Cervantes
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-OMQL SN: 7B1048lLO5570
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Estrella Placides
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-35XL SN: 4B1042P51652
1 22,800.00 22,800.00 Ananias Deuda
Desktop Computer Intex 1GB memory Intel Dual Core SN:
CN019VCD-64180-046-2KYL SN: 4B1042P51659
1 22,800.00 22,800.00
Socorro
Brillante
Netbook Computer: Intel Atom Processor N450
SN: 0135 DX-1819XPHK100
1 25,300.00 25,300.00 Estrella Placides
Annual Report 76
Date
Issued
Articles
Qt
y.
Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
2/15/2011
DLP Projector "ACER"
SN: EYK300500660390042F2702
1 30,940.00 30,940.00 Emmanuel Soriao
DLP Projector "ACER" SN: EYK3005006D300AD28401 1 30,940.00 30,940.00 Ruben Tablizo
DLP Projector "ACER" SN: EYK300500603800AE8901 1 30,940.00 30,940.00 Yolanda Tariman
Automatic Voltage Regulator
Model: SE-AVR-1000 "IZUKU, 1000 KVA"
8 4,995.00 39,960.00
Alfredo Cilot
Herminia Tabor
Daniel Manlangit
Azucena Torrente
Renato Panti
Lily Ham
Gerry Rubio
Santos Sorra
Robotics Kit- Robot Arm w/ USB Robotics 2 3,300.00 6,600.00
Ma. Emmie Delluza
Robotics Kit- Football (Botball) 3 1,950.00 5,850.00
Robotics Kit - Ladybug 4 1,108.00 4,4532.00
Electronic Training Modules

a. Digital Trainer
b. RIMCE Microcontroller Starter Kit
c. ZILOG TM-123 Training Module
d. 8051 Training Module
4 17,500.00 70,000.00
External Drive USB Slim DVD Writer 2 3,180.00 6,360.00
3/2/2011
Fluke Network: MT-8200-60A Lutelli Tone
Pro 200 Toner & Probe Kit
1 19,800.00 19,800.00
Raptor ITB Basic Desktop External HDD 1 5,340.00 5,340.00
Desktop Switch: D-Link 1 2,520.00 2,520.00
Passport External USB: IUD 320GB 1 4,740.00 4,740.00
Wireless G-Broadband Router: WRTP54G w/ 2 phone
ports
1 2,400.00 2,400.00
Handler Scanner CCD1000 1 3,840.00 3,840.00
Araceli Mendez
Port Switch: Hub Link System 2161C 1 4,848.00 4,848.00
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
Annual Report 77
3/2/2011
Wireless-N Broadband Router:
LINKYZ WRT 160N
5 5,400.00 27,000.00 Gemma Acedo
Wireless-N Broadband Router:
LINKYZ WRT 160N
1 5,400.00 5,400.00 Angelita Tacorda
Network Storage: "Net gear"
SN: 23J30A7600208
1 11,400.00 11,400.00
Gemma Acedo
Multi-ISP Load Balance "QNO" PQR8010 1 9,960.00 9,960.00
Monitor: "Samsung" 19" LCD
SN: NEDQHMEZ400040
5 8,580.00 42,900.00
Monitor: "Samsung" 19" LCD
SN: NEDQHMJZ400214
Monitor: "Samsung" 19" LCD
SN: NEDQHMJZ400168
Monitor: "Samsung" 19" LCD
SN: NEDQHMJZ400034
Monitor: "Samsung" 19" LCD
SN: NEDQHMJZ400197H
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO1825
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Rommel Torres
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO1860
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Necodimos Del Agua
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO1768
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Glenda De Blanco
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO1770
1 3,060.00 3,060.00
Ma. Isabel Dela
Hostria
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 4B1042P21992
2 3,060.00 Alfredo Cilot 6,120.00
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 4B1042P21997
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 4B1007P70919
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Elsie Rojas
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 4B1007P70922
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Patricio Iñigo
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO1838
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Daniel Manlangit
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO2200
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Dante Rojas
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series 1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Santos Sorra
SN: 7B1045LO1962
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Dante Timajo
SN: 7B1045LO1956
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO945
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Medita Reyes
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series
SN: 7B1045LO1828
1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Asuncion Asetre
Annual Report 78
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
3/2/2011
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series SN: 7B1045LO1928,
3 3,060.00 9,180.00 Gemma Acedo UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series SN: 7B1045LO1781
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series SN: 7B1045LO1784
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series SN: 7B1045LO1706 1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Cesar Zaragosa
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series SN: 7B1045LO1861 1 3,060.00 3,060.00
Ma. Theresa
Sarmiento
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series, SN: 7B1045LO1936 1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Yolanda Tariman
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series, SN: 7B1045LO1875 1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Emmanuel Soriao
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series, SN: 7B1045LO1934 1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Ruben Tablizo
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series SN: 7B1045LO1961
2 3,060.00 6,120.00 Emmanuel Soriao
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series SN: 7B1045LO1964
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series, SN: 7B1045LO1877 1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Jose Villareal
UPS-APC, 500VA ES Series, SN: 7B1045LO1646 1 3,060.00 3,060.00 Eufrecina Del Agua
Monitor: "SAMSUNG" 19" LCD, SN: NEDQHMEZ40031 1 8,580.00 8,580.00 Alfredo Cilot
Monitor: "SAMSUNG" 19" LCD, SN: NEDQH-
MAZ80025"
1 8,580.00 8,580.00 Estrella Placides
3/4/2011
Electric Drill: "MACTEC, Model: MT811, 13mm (1/2'),
SN: 0520916
1 6,980.00 6,980.00 Rafael Tioxon
Electric Drill: "MACTEC", Model: MT811, 13mm (1/2'),
SN: 0520916
1 6,980.00 6,980.00
Severo Morana
Grass Cutter: "KAAZ" TD40, Engine #: 964232
2 13,900.00 27,800.00
Grass Cutter: "KAAZ" TD40, Engine #: 969921
Water Dispenser: "CAMEL" Hot & Cold 1 6,345.00 6,345.00 Angelita Tacorda
Water Dispenser: "CAMEL" Hot & Cold 1 6,345.00 6,345.00 Sonia Vargas
Mini HiFi Component System: "SONY" SN: 4100267,
Front Speaker SN: 14686614146865, Sub Woofer SN:
4108221 Satellite Speaker SN: 3803895/3803896
1 38,894.00 38,894.00 Jocelyn Jordan
Power Megaphone: "CROWN" 1 5,572.00 5,572.00 Jose Tabligan
Air Condition: "CARRIER" 2.5 HP, Model: WCAR-
PO24EA, SN: 51PMXRACCAR24KEA
1 24,200.00 24,200.00 Emmanuel Soriao
Air Condition: "CARRIER" 1.5 HP, Model: WCARGO14EA,
SN: 51CH3RACCAR14KEA
1 21,995.00 21,995.00 Socorro Brillante
Steel Filing Cabinet: w/ 4 drawers 1 8,473.00 8,473.00 Josephine Refugio
Steel Filing Cabinet: w/ 4 drawers 1 8,473.00 8,473.00 Valentino Valeza
Air Condition: Split Type "SANYO" 1 47,890.00 47,890.00 Sonia Vargas
Desktop Computer: "ACER/ASPIRE", Multi Desktop Intel
Core Duo E5700, SN: ETLKPODDOO2033164608510-LCD, SN:
40012121011-UPS
1 30,940.00 30,940.00 Emmanuel Soriao
Desktop Computer: "ACER/ASPIRE", Multi Desktop Intel
Core Duo E5700, SN: ETLKPODDOO2033165F98510-LCD, SN:
40011591011-UPS
1 30,940.00 30,940.00 Emmanuel Soriao
Annual Report 79
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
3/4/2011
Desktop Computer: "ACER/ASPIRE", Multi Desktop Intel
Core Duo E5700, SN: ETLKPODDOO20331678C8510-
LCD, SN: 40011951011-UPS
1 30,940.00 30,940.00 Emmanuel Soriao
Desktop Computer: "SAMSUNG", Intel Pentium Dual
Core E5200, SN: NDEJHMOZA02422-LCD, SN:
3B1002291610-UPS
4 27,590.00 110,360.00 Araceli Mendez
Desktop Computer: "SAMSUNG", Intel Pentium Dual
Core E5200, SN: NDEJHMAZB01056-LCD, SN:
3B1002291354-UPS
Desktop Computer: "SAMSUNG", Intel Pentium Dual
Core E5200, SN: NDEJHMAZB01253-LCD, SN:
3B1002293415-UPS
Desktop Computer: "SAMSUNG", Intel Pentium Dual
Core E5200, SN: NDEJHMDZA01335-LCD, SN:
3B1002293496-UPS
Laptop Computer: Core 13/370 w/ windows 7,
Processor Intel Core 13/370, 2.4Ghz "Dell Inspiron"
1 39,950.00 39,950.00 Gemma Acedo
Laptop Computer: Core 13/370 w/ windows 7,
Processor Intel Core 13/370, 2.4Ghz "Dell Inspiron"
1 39,950.00 39,950.00
Rommel
Magtangob
Laptop Computer: (PH-0629N4010-DOS)
Core 13-350 M "Dell Inspiron 14R"
1 39,950.00 39,950.00
Ma. Concepcion
Suarez
DLP Projector: "ACER H7OO901" 1 43,990.00 43,990.00 Gemma Acedo
Hand Held Scanner " CCD 1000" 1 7,990.00 7,990.00
Araceli Mendez
Port Switch: Hub Linkys SD216-EU 1 4,500.00 4,500.00
Wireless Broadband Router
LINKYS WRT-54GH-TH
1 3,790.00 3,790.00
Electric Grinder: "MASARU" 600W, 220V-60 Hz 1 6,700.00 6,700.00
Teofilo Salameña
Electric Hammer Drill: "MASARU"
500W, 220V-60Hz
1 6,150.00 6,150.00
3/10/2011
Laboratory Oven: Model OSO-3000
1 Phase, 115V, 50/60Hz 800W
1 39,000.00 39,000.00
Lani Ilagan
Soil Hydrometer: 08292-16 Precision
at 0005 Divisions
1 10,000.00 10,000.00
Multi-Grain Moisture Meter: ML-7825G 1 14,500.00 14,500.00 Ruben Tablizo
Pregnancy Detector: (In Swine Product) "Pocket"
(Fetal Dropler)
1 30,000.00 30,000.00
Epifanio Rubio
Veterinary Surgical Instrument: "SECHERON" 2 30,000.00 60,000.00
Feed Mixer: (Mini) 'ROYAL", Model ISO 9001, (1/2 HP)
Engine #: 000520748
1 49,000.00 49,000.00 Ruben Tablizo
Annual Report 80
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
3/31/2011
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF119917
10 23,895.00
Yolanda M.
Tariman
238,950.00
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF22052
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF23176
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF22068
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF23174
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF22865
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF22032
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF23177
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF22811
Desktop Computer: Intel-Core 13-540 3.06 Ghz
LCD Monitor: SN: ACLMTF19917
24 Port Switch: "CISCO" SN: PSJ141501 GH 1 7,495.00 77,495.00
Multi-Media Projector: "EPSON H369C EB
SN: NEAFEX0058L w/ tripod
1 37,495.00 37,495.00
Printer: HP D2660, SN: H482-4NGJJ 1 - -
Printer: HP D2660, SN: H482-5LW712 1 - -
5/12/2011 Cellphone: "NOKIA C1-01" w/ camera 1 3,950.00 3,950.00 Ananias A. Deuda
6/9/2011
Electric Airpot: "IMARFLEX" (2.2 lit. capacity) 1 1,998.00 1,998.00 Jose F. Tabligan
Water Dispenser: "ASTRON" Model HCF-447 1 5,489.00 5,489.00 Pio B. Valeza
Digital Color Copier: Gestetner Model MPC 2030
(20 cpm) w/ platen cover & cabinet
1 160,300.00 160,300.00 Gerry S. Rubio
Tube Bender: "CT-368/CT-369" lever type, 3-in-1
for sizes 1/4", 5/1`6" & 3/8"
1 1,200.00 1,200.00 Hermes M. Gianan
6/14/2011 Amplifier: w/ speaker "SHARP" 1 7,555.00 7,555.00 Yolanda M. Tariman
6/14/2011 DVD Player: "SAMSUNG" 1 2,020.00 2,020.00 Yolanda M. Tariman
6/14/2011 Cellphone: "NOKIA C6 1 13,995.00 13,995.00 Roger B. Tagle
6/28/2011
Electronic Time Recorder - Property Numbers 101-221-
312-1788 and 101-221-312-1789
2 6,152.50 12,305.00 Daniel Z. Manlangit
6/23/2011
Digital Copier: Gestetner MP 1900 w/ platen cover
& Steel Cabinet, SN: V8816250232
1 91,000.00 91,000.00 Irenea T. Suarez
7/4/2011 Ceiling fan: "IMARFLEX" (18" blade) 4 2,300.00 9,200.00 Lourdes V. Rodriguez
7/11/2011
TV Set: 14" color TV, 220V, "ASTRON"
Model RC-1432
4 4,400.00 17,600.00
Josephine B. Refugio
Electric Stand Fan: "STANDARD" 16" blade,
220V, Model SSM-16
2 1,490.00 2,980.00
Electric Airpot: "STANDARD", 4 lit. capacity, 220V
Model: SEAP-4.0L
1 1,440.00 1,440.00
Annual Report 81
7/11/2011
Electric Airpot: "STANDARD", 4 lit. capacity, 220V
Model: SEAP-4.0L
1 1,440.00 1,440.00 Nelson S. Romero
TV Set: "PENSONIC" 29" color TV, 220V, FLAT-2946 1 9,880.00 9,880.00
Ananias A. Deuda DVD Player: "PENSONIC" (MP4) portable with
radio cassette recorder & USB port
1 4,490.00 4,490.00
DVD Player: "PENSONIC" (MP4) portable with
radio cassette recorder & USB port
1 4,490.00 4,490.00 Irenea T. Suarez
DVD Player: "PENSONIC" (MP4) portable with
radio cassette recorder & USB port
1 4,490.00 4,490.00
Josephine R.
Tomagan
MP3 Karaoke CD Radio Cassette Recorder:
"PENSONIC" Model: MDI SPKSet 3639
1 4,940.00 4,940.00
Trinidad M.
Rumbines
MP3 Karaoke CD Radio Cassette Recorder:
"NOVA" Model: NCRC-418-D410
1 4,940.00 4,940.00 Corazon T. Cilot
Steel Filing Cabinet: 2 drawers & one safety vault 1 27,400.00 27,400.00 Santos B. Sorra
Typewriter: "OLYMPIA G-3" 18" carriage SN: 7-4910820 1 17,989.00 17,989.00 Nestor T. Sarmiento
7/13/2011
TV Set: "SHARP" (LCD) Model: LC-32L400M-BK,
32" wide screen, SN: 163721132
1 25,894.00 25,894.00 Lourdes V.
Rodriguez
DVD Player: "SONY" Model: DVP-SR700HP 1 3,289.00 3,289.00
Digital Camera: CANON IXUS 80 IS, SN: 743104937 1 13,789.00 13,789.00 Ruben P. Tablizo
Digital Camera: "NIKON" D-500 1 38,800.00 38,800.00 Losito P. Tablizo
Cellphone: "NOKIA X6" 1 12,795.00 12,795.00 Alfredo P. Cilot
Cellphone: "NOKIA C6" 1 12,950.00 12,950.00 Santos V. Magallanes
7/20/2011 Bulletin Board: hanging board (4ft x 6ft.) 1 4,800.00 4,800.00 Gerry S. Rubio
8/9/2011 Banca (casco) : 1 16,280.00 16,280.00 Felix F. Villacorta
8/9/2011 Jetmatic Pump: "EAGLE" 1 2,300.00 2,300.00 Jose S. Alberto
8/19/2011 Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" w/ NTC seal 1 14,950.00 14,950.00 Medita P. Reyes
8/19/2011 Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" w/ NTC seal 1 14,950.00 14,950.00 Renato M. Panti
8/19/2011 Cellphone: "NOKIA N8" w/ NTC seal 1 14,950.00 14,950.00 Gemma G. Acedo
8/22/2011
Electric Drill: "SKIL", 1/2 size blade, 220V
SN: F015600ZJE
1 2,600.00 2,600.00 Noel B. de Leon
8/22/2011 Commercial Mixer: "KITCHEN AID" (HD) Model: 5K5SSS 1 29,950.00 29,950.00 Corazon B. Sicio
9/8/2011
Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" 1 11,900.00 11,900.00 Jocelyn Ll. Jordan
Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" 1 11,900.00 11,900.00 Ruben P. Tablizo
Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" 1 11,900.00 11,900.00 Pedro Arcilla
Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" 1 11,900.00 11,900.00 Aurora E. Araojo
Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" 1 11,900.00 11,900.00 Maria S. Tugano
Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" 1 11,900.00 11,900.00 Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Cellphone: "NOKIA C5-03" 1 11,900.00 11,900.00 Mila D. Vela
Cellphone: "NOKIA C6-03" 1 15,900.00 15,900.00 Emmanuel R. Soriao
Cellphone: "NOKIA 7230" 1 9,600.00 9,600.00 Angelee Z. Malijan
Cellphone: "NOKIA 7230" 1 9,600.00 9,600.00 Santos B. Sorra
9/12/2011 Adobe Photoshop: Creative suite, Academic License CS5 1 75,000.00 75,000.00
Gemma G. Acedo
9/12/2011
Macromedia Dreamweaver: Academic
License CS5-5
1 50,000.00 50,000.00
9/12/2011 Microsoft Window 7: (Academic License) 7 20,000.00 140,000.00
9/12/2011 MS Visual Studio 2010: Premium with MSDN 1 120,000.00 120,000.00
10/12/2011 Corn Shelling Machine: "BOWA BCS - 800" 6.5 HP 1 44,800.00 44,800.00 Cenon S. Padilla
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
Annual Report 82
10/13/2011
Dressing Machine: Single phase motor (100%
copper)
1 49,990.00 49,990.00 Eddie S. Million
Egg Sorting Machine 1 49,990.00 49,990.00 Eddie S. Million
Electronic Digital Pricing & Weighing Scale:
"NATIONAL" Model: NS-30B
1 15,800.00 15,800.00 Noel B. de Leon
Desk Aneroid Sphygmomanometer: "LITMAN"
with stethoscope
2 14,000.00 28,000.00 Felix C. Ma III
Weighing Scale: "DETECTO" 1 14,000.00 14,000.00 Elena G. Tasarra
10/14/2011 Cellphone: "NOKIA C6-01" with NTC seal 1 14,900.00 14,900.00 Minerva I. Morales
11/3/2011
Dual Channel Wireless System: "ASHTON AWM 300" 2 21,000.00 42,000.00
Virgil A. Rodriguez
Stereo Universal Wireless System: "PHONIC WM-SYS4" 1 10,000.00 10,000.00
Powered Speaker: "ACM SRL 115A" 2 32,000.00 64,000.00
Powered Subwoofer: "ACM SRP 118SE" 2 32,000.00 64,000.00
Cellphone: "SONY ERICSSON ASPEN M1" 1 14,280.00 14,280.00 Cesar R. Zaragosa
11/22/2011
Computer Notebook: "ACER (Aspire One)"
SN: LUSG3020371332A19B1601
1 29,000.00 29,000.00 Lily P. Custodio
Projector: "ACER X1161P" APHI
SN: EYJBU100612400CEF592B
1 26,500.00 26,500.00 Lily P. Custodio
Aircondition : "CARRIER" Model: WCARG019EA,
2HP, SN: B11PC0165693 (window type)
1 30,420.00 30,420.00 Aida A. Dianela
Aircondition: "CARRIER" Model: WCARPO24EA,
2.5HP, SN: K11PC0417467 (window type)
1 33,397.00 33,397.00
Necodimos S.
Del Agua
Aircondition: "CARRIER" Model: WCARPO24EA,
2.5HP, SN: K11PC0417464 (window type)
1 33,397.00 33,397.00 Nemia S. Go
Digital Camera: "NIKON" Model: D90 18-105 VR 1 58,500.00 58,500.00 Gemma G. Acedo
Steel Filing Cabinet: for student ledger cards
with 15 drawers, 7.5 x10
1 28,080.00 28,080.00
Ma. Isabel L.
dela Hostria
Steel Lateral File Cabinet: 4 drawers 2 17,615.00 35,230.00 Noel B. de Leon
12/6/2011
Aircondition: "CARRIER" Model: WCARP024EA
2.5HP, SN:K11PCO407402 (window type)
1 31,998.00 31,998.00 Danilo O. Murillo
12/6/2011
Digital Copier: "GESTETNER" Model: MP 2000L2
with platen cover and steel cabinet, SN: L7116850264
1 112,000.00 112,000.00 Cesar R. Zaragosa
12/12/2011
Airlive Airmax: 108mbps antenna and peripherals
with NTC registration
2 18,000.00 36,000.00
Gemma G. Acedo
Wireless N Access Point: "D-Link DAP 1360"
with NTC registration
2 11,664.00 23,328.00
Server: HP ML 350106 35620 1P Base AF 1 170,000.00 170,000.00
IBM-FRU: 39R7318 MAX3147NC 1 12,000.00 12,000.00
Hard Drive: Seagate 73 4GB Cheetah 15K.5 SAS 3GB 1 15,000.00 15,000.00
Portable Drive: Seagate Free Agent "GOFLEX"
500GB Ultra (SATAA500305)
1 13,000.00 13,000.00
VOIP-IP Phone 300: (4 lines) multi-server dial
plan for IP call
1 52,000.00 52,000.00
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
Annual Report 83



12/15/2011



Printer: LQ-2190 Dot Matrix, SN: MK6Y002500 1 44,400.00 44,400.00
Medita P. Reyes
Computer Laptop: "DELL" Intel ® Core i3-350 M
Processor, SN: C6PYP01
1 26,160.00 26,160.00
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Aspire X1920, Intel Pentium Processors
E6800 w/ 20" LCD color, monitor "ACER" Model: S202HL, Serial Nos.
CPU : B993000 / Monitor: 884210
1


32,400.00


32,400.00


Noel B. de Leon
Printer: HP LaserJet PRO1566, SN: VNCF31954 1 12,600.00 12,600.00
Laptop Computer—DELL Intel Core i3, 350 Processor, SN
C6FYPOI
1 26,160.00 26,160.00
Desktop Computer: "Gforce" Intel Duo Core E5400, w/ 19" LCD
color monitor "SAMSUNG" and UPS-APC, ES 500, 500VA, Serial Nos.
Monitor: V8CFH9N4054240/, UPS: 7B1049L02837
1 21,600.00 21,600.00
Sheila T.
Bagadiong
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Veriton X40 G Intel, ® Pentium ® Proc-
essor E6700 w/ 18.5" color monitor, "ACER" Model: V193HOV and
UPS-APC ES 500, Serial Nos. Monitor:, F9D28515 / UPS:
7B1049L02767, CPU: 138038B69201
1 29,220.00 29,220.00 Delia T. Quintal
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Veriton X40 G Intel, ® Pentium ® Proc-
essor E6700 w/ 18.5" color monitor, "ACER" Model: V193HOV and
UPS-APC ES 500, Serial Nos. Monitor: F94A8515 / UPS:
FB1044L06820, CPU: 138038D09201
1 29,220.00 29,220.00
Flordeliza V.
Villacorta
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Veriton X40 G Intel, ® Pentium ® Proc-
essor E6700 w/ 18.5" color monitor, "ACER" Model: V193HOV and
UPS-APC ES 500, Serial Nos. Monitor: F93B8514 / UPS:
7B1049L04232, CPU: 138038C6920
1 29,220.00 29,220.00 Aida M. Tacorda
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Veriton X40 G Intel
® Pentium ® Processor E6700 w/ 18.5" color monitor
"ACER" Model: V193HOV and UPS-APC ES 500
Serial Nos. Monitor: F93F85514/ UPS: 7B1045L03042
CPU: 138038C19201
1 29,220.00 29,220.00 Leny T. Argarin
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Aspire X1920
Intel Pentium Processor E6800 w/ 20" LCD color
monitor "ACER" Model: S202HL
Serial Nos. CPU : BCD3000 / Monitor: 904210
1 32,400.00 32,400.00 Ma. Alma Borja
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Aspire X1920
Intel Pentium Processor E6800 w/ 20" LCD color
monitor "ACER" Model: S202HL
Serial Nos. CPU : BBD3000 / Monitor: 924210
1 32,400.00 32,400.00
Anabella V.
Magdaraog
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Aspire X1920
Intel Pentium Processor E6800 w/ 20" LCD color
monitor "ACER" Model: S202HL
Serial Nos. CPU : ACO3000 / Monitor: 444210
1 32,400.00

32,400.00
Rommel S. Torres
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Aspire X1920
Intel Pentium Processor E6800 w/ 20" LCD color
monitor "ACER" Model: S202HL
Serial Nos. CPU : BB63000 / Monitor: 314210
1 32,400.00

32,400.00
Ruben M. Sorreda
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
Annual Report 84
12/15/2011
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Aspire X1920
Intel Pentium Processors E6800 w/ 20" LCD color
monitor "ACER" Model: S202HL
Serial Nos. CPU : BEE3000 / Monitor: 3C4210
1 32,400.00

32,400.00

Peňa S. Olat
Desktop Computer: "ACER" Aspire X1920
Intel Pentium Processor E6800 w/ 20" LCD color
monitor "ACER" Model: S202HL2
Serial Nos. CPU : BDB3000 / Monitor: 414210
1 32,400.00 32,400.00
Daniel Z.
Manlangit
Printer: HP Scanjet G4050 (flatbed scanner)
SN: CNCN131A610F
1 19,200.00 19,200.00
Gemma G. Acedo
UPS-APC: Back-Ups, 1500VA, 865W,
SN: 3B1039X63303 2

30,000.00 60,000.00
UPS-APC: Back-Ups, 1500VA, 865W,
SN: 3B1039X63327
Projector: "ACER" X1161P DLP, APHI w/ tripod
SN: 3YJBUO1006124011EA59213
1 25,800.00 25,800.00
Socorro T.
Brillante
Date
Issued
Articles Qty. Unit Cost Total Cost
Accountable
Officer
SOME OF THE PROCURED
equipment for various of-
fices and colleges/
departments at CSC.
Water dispenser, laptop, water
tank, combo ring binder.
AC unit
Netgear computer

Speaker, lapel microphone
Handheld Scanner CCD 1000
SOURCE: Office of Supervising Administrative Officer
Canon Digital Camera
Annual Report 85
Approved Board Resolutions in CY 2011

T
he governance of the Catanduanes State Colleges is steered by the Board of Trustees as consti-
tuted in its Charter. The administration of the College and the exercise of its corporate powers
are therefore vested exclusively in the BOT and the President of the Colleges.

As the highest policy making body of the Colleges, the CSC BOT approved numerous reso-
lutions in 2011 for the efficient operations of the quadrant and administrative functions of the in-
stitution.
BOARD RESOLUTION NO. DETAILS
Board Resolution # 1, s. 2011
Approving the proposed agenda of the 147
th
Meeting (Special)
of the Board of Trustees held at CHED Central Office, U.P.
Diliman, Quezon City
Board Resolution # 2, s. 2011
Approving the proposed guidelines for the search for CSC
Presidency
Board Resolution # 3, s. 2011
Approving the composition of the search committee for the
CSC Presidency:
 Atty. Marito C. Bernales – Chairman, PASUC V
 Mr. Salvador Mediavillo – Member, CHEDRO V
 Mr. Policarpio Tindugan – Member, Private Sector
 Prof. Jocelyn S. Ibones – Member, VP – FFU
 Mr. Carlo T. Gelito – Member, VP – SSC
Board Resolution # 4, s. 2011
Approving the composition of the SC Secretariat:
 Mr. Renato M. Panti – Board Secretary, CSC
 Ms. Sol Theresa Laguio-Logo – Executive Assistant of
CHED Commissioner William C. Medrano
 Representative from CHEDRO V
Board Resolution # 5, s. 2011
Approving the P300, 000.00 allotment for the honoraria, travel
allowances and other incidental expenses of the search
committee for presidency and its secretariat while conducting
the search process subject to the usual accounting and
auditing rules and regulations
Board Resolution # 6, s. 2011
Approving the agenda of the 148
th
Meeting of the CSC Board
of Trustees held at CHED Central Office on March 21, 2011
Board Resolution # 7, s. 2011
Ratifying the Minutes of the 146
th
meeting of the CSC Board of
Trustees
Board Resolution # 8, s. 2011
Ratifying the Minutes of the 147
th
meeting of the Board of
Trustees
Annual Report 86
BOARD RESOLUTION NO. DETAILS
Board Resolution # 9, s. 2011
Confirming the designations issued by the President
 Prof. Ma Edna Iñigo – Curriculum Specialist
 Prof. Hermes Gianan – OIC, Repairs and Maintenance
of AC units
 Prof. Dolores Osido – Project Manager, Crops
production
 Prof. Jonathan Capsa – OJT Supervisor, COT-DICT
 Prof. Jose Alberto – Project Manager, Horticulture
 Dr. Aida A. Dianela – VP, Academic Affairs
Board Resolution # 10, s. 2011
Confirming the appointments signed and issued by the
President
 Aida I. Gomez – Asst. Prof III
 Eufrecina del Agua – Asst. Prof II
 Ma. Emmie T. Delluza – Asst. Prof. I
 Edwin T. Romero – Asst. Prof I.
 Marilyn B. Panti – Inst. II
 Michael Owen P. Malijan – Inst. I
 Marietta R. Tabligan – Admin Aide VI
Board Resolution # 11, s. 2011
Confirming the contract of agreement with Kingson
Contractors
 Completion of Athletic Oval
 Construction of Perimeter Fence
 Completion of Laboratory Bldg. Phase IV
Board Resolution # 12, s. 2011
Confirming the MOA with the LGU Virac, LGU of Buyo, District,
Dioceses of Virac and DENR – PENR Office, Catanduanes for
the implementation of CSC SEPComDev Project
Board Resolution # 13, s. 2011
Approving the candidates for graduation and candidates for
graduation with honors for SY 2010 – 2011.
Board Resolution # 14, s. 2011
Approving the appointments SG 19 above
 Dr. Laura Vital
 Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
 Prof. Pedro Arcilla Jr
 Prof. Belen Tapado
Board Resolution # 15, s. 2011
Approving the PRE of the Colleges for FY 2011 in the amount
of P246,475,000.00 subject for 10% allocation for Research
and 10% for Extension charged to income
Board Resolution # 16, s. 2011
Approving the modification/allocation of three (3) faculty
positions and creation of two (2) faculty and two (2)
administrative positions
Board Resolution # 17, s. 2011
Approving the agenda of the 149
th
meeting of the CSC Board of
Trustees including other matters
Board Resolution # 18, s. 2011 Ratifying the minutes of the 148
th
meeting of Trustees
Annual Report 87
BOARD RESOLUTION NO. DETAILS
Board Resolution # 19, s. 2011
 Confirming the designations issued by the President
 Dr. Angelita Tacorda – Principal, Laboratory Schools
 Dr. Crispin Oliveros – Director, ARES, Panganiban
Campus
 Prof. Edwin Romero – Program Chair, Industrial
Technology
 Prof. Jesus Isorena – Chairman, Academic Related
Services, DIT
 Prof. Tita A. Aquino – Principal, Laboratory HS,
Panganiban Campus
 Prof Pedro Tumaque - Chairman, Agri Educ,
Panganiban Campus
 Dr. Edna Pante – Chairman, Educ. Dep’t, Panganiban
Campus
 Prof. Edgar Tatel – Chairman, Social Science Dep’t
 Engr. Gilberto Garcia – Electrical Maintenance
Inspector
 Dr. Aida A. Dianela – VP, Academic Affairs
 Arch. Jose Ong – Chairman, Technical Planning
Committee
 Mr. Ramon Samonte – Project In-charge, Animal
Project, Panganiban Campus
 Prof. Socorro Masagca – Guidance Counselor,
Laboratory Schools
 Prof. Eddie Millon – Project Manager, Poultry
Production
 Mr. Michael Owen Malijan – Project Manager,
Livestock Production
 Dr. Lourdes V. Rodriguez – Director, Student Services
 Dr. Epifanio V. Rubio – Colleges Veterinarian
 Engr. Emmanuel Soriao – Dean, COT
 Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo – Dean, CAF
 Prof. Eufrecina T. del Agua – Alumni @ Placement
Officer
Board Resolution # 20, s. 2011
Confirming appointments SG 18 below
 Marilyn Tejada – Registrar I
 Dante Rojas – Administrative Asst. II
 Joey Anthony Casim – Computer Programmer I
Board Resolution # 21, s. 2011
Confirming the proposed activities of the Search Committee
for CSC Presidency approved through Referendum letter No. 1
s, 2011
Board Resolution # 22, s. 2011
Approving the appointment of Dr. Cesar Zaragosa as Chief
Administrative Officer
Annual Report 88
BOARD RESOLUTION NO.
DETAILS
Board Resolution # 23, s. 2011
Approving the budget proposal of the Catanduanes State
Colleges for FY 2012 in the amount of Three Hundred Eighty
Eight Million Six Hundred Fifty Seven Thousand Pesos
(P388,657,000.00) to be endorsed to the Department of
Budget and Management (DBM) RO V
Board Resolution # 24, s. 2011
Approving the proposed construction of CSC Alumni Building
within the campus
Board Resolution # 25, s. 2011
Approving the creation of a CSC Intellectual Property Rights
Unit Under Research, Extension and Production Affairs
Board Resolution # 26, s. 2011
Authorizing Mr. Rommel S. Torres, Accountant II, to apply for
enrolment to the Electronic Documentary Stamp Tax (EPST)
System in compliance with Revenue Regulations No. 7 – 2009
dated June 29, 2010
Board Resolution # 27, s
Approving the Curriculum of the Bachelor of Science in
Accounting Technology effective 1
st
Semester, SY 2011 – 2012
Board Resolution # 28, s. 2011
Approving the inclusion of Mr. Gerry S. Rubio, AO V. PRI
Services as member of the Secretariat, Search Committee for
Presidency 2011
Board Resolution # 29, s. 2011
Approving the fixed rate honoraria to the Chairman and
members of the Search Committee for Presidency (SCP) and its
Secretariat .
Board Resolution # 30, s. 2011
Approving the requests of Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre for a
Sabbatical Leave of Absence for one (1) year effective upon
the expiration of her term on office as President of the
Colleges on July 8, 2011 and Financial Assistance while doing
the study titled: “An English Placement Model for Entering
College Freshmen” provided Civil Service Rules and
Regulations on Sabbatical Leave shall be followed
Board Resolution # 31, s. 2011
Authorizing Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre and Prof. Sonia R. Vargas to
attend the 5
th
Asia Pacific Urban Forum (APUF - 5) on June 22 –
24, 2011 held at United National Conference Center (UNCC) in
Bangkok, Thailand and approving the travel expenses in the
amount of Thirty Thousand Pesos (P 30, 000.00) for each
participant subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules
and regulations
Board Resolution # 32, s. 2011
Approving the appointments of Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre as
College Professor and Dr. Felix C. Ma as Medical Officer III
Board Resolution # 33, s.
Approving that the incoming President of CSC be authorized to
enter into a memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the
Philippine Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency and the
Statistical Research and Training Center subject for review by
NEDA Regional Office No V
Annual Report 89
BOARD RESOLUTION NO. DETAILS
Board Resolution # 34, s. 2011
Commending the outstanding performance of Dr. Asuncion V.
Asetre as President for eight (8) years of the Catanduanes
State Colleges and appropriate ceremony shall be accorded to
her depending on the available schedule of the incoming
president
Board Resolution # 35, s. 2011
Approving the agenda of the 150
th
Meeting (Special) of the
Board of Trustees
Board Resolution # 36, s. 2011
Approving the appointment of Dr. Minerva I. Morales as the
6
th
President of the Catanduanes State Colleges in accordance
with RA 8292 Rule VII Section 27 or IRR effective July 15, 2011
to July 14, 2015 with all the rights, privileges and
responsibilities appurtenant to the office of the President
Board Resolution # 37, s. 2011
Approving the agenda of the 151
st
Meeting of the Board of
Trustees
Board Resolution # 38, s. 2011
Confirming the designations issued by the President
 Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento - VP, AFA
 Dr. Susan T. Santelices, VP, Acad Affairs
 Dr. Aida A. Dianela – VP, REPA
 Dr. Aurora E. Araojo – Dean, CAS
 Prof. Esperanza P. San Juan – Dean, CBA
 Prof. Victoriano A. Prolles – Planning Officer
 Prof. Noel B. de Leon – Director, CBO
 Dr. Lily P. Custodio – Dean, Graduate School
 Dr. Maria S. Tugano – Director, Extension Services
 Prof. Ma. Emmie T. Delluza – Chairman, ICT Program
 Dr. Herminia A. Tabor, OIC, Admission and
Registration
 Prof. Josefina T. Buena – Clinical Supervisor, CHS
 Prof. Elena G. Tasarra – Chairman, Nutrition and
Dietetics Department
 Engr. Pedro R. Arcilla – Asst. Dean, COT
 Prof. Rosalie V. Aguilar – Chairman PE Department
Annual Report 90
BOARD RESOLUTION NO. DETAILS
Board Resolution # 39, s. 2011
Confirming the following appointments:
Promotion:
 Renato T. Arcilla – Admin Asst. II
 Lily S. Ham – Admin Officer I
Newly Hired:
 Ma. Alma S. Borja – Admin Asst II
 Margie T. Molina – Instructor I
 Diane Rose A. Deinla – Instructor I
 Luz R. Manlangit – Instructor I
 Joseph B. Lumbao – Admin Asst. I
 Robert M. Panti – Farm Worker I
Board Resolution # 41, s. 2011
Authorizing the President to enter into a Memorandum of
Agreement (MOA) with Hon. Emerenciana A. De Jesus,
Gabriela Women’s Party Representative for scholarship grant
to poor but deserving students enrolled at CSC
Board Resolution # 42, s. 2011
Confirming the Memorandum of Agreement entered into by
the CSC, SRTC and NEDA RO V and the Philippine National
Volunteer Service Coordinating Council
Board Resolution # 43, s. 2011
Confirming the contract agreement with ZKR Construction and
Supply for the Repair of CSC Ladies Dormitory Building.
Board Resolution # 44, s. 2011
Approving the realignment of unobligated allotment for FY
2010 and 2011 to MOOE and Capital Outlay
THE CSC BOARD OF TRUSTEES during the election of new CSC President on July 7, 2011 at CHED
Central Office — from left to right: DA RFU V Director Jose A. Dayao, the representative of Cong.
Juan Edgardo J. Angara, NEDA V Director Romeo C. Escandor, Engr. Francis A. Gianan, Private Sec-
tor Representative; Gov. Joseph C. Cua, representing Sen. Edgardo J. Angara, Dr. Minerva I.
Morales, the newly elected and 6th President of CSC, Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre, 5th CSC President, Dr.
Danilo L. Silva, Private Sector Representative, Glenda C. Rima, Student Representative, PBM Rafael
C. Zuniega, Alumni Representative, Prof. Serelino Tasarra, Faculty Representative, Mr. Renato M.
Panti, Board Secretary, and DOST V Director Tomas B. Briñas.
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he Colleges realized and collected income for the period from January to December, 2011 in
the total amount of P51, 271,305.16, inclusive of Income Collected from Students, and Income
from Revolving Funds (IGP).
Summary of Income
PARTICULARS AMOUNT
I – INCOME COLLECTED FROM STUDENTS
A. TUITION
23, 756, 314.74
B. OTHER SCHOOL FEES:

Athletic and Cultural Fee
1,476,488.50
Clearance and Certification Fees
172,015.00
Diploma and Graduation Fee
196,734.45
Library Fee
1,520,885.46
Medical and Dental Fee
147,620.00
Science Laboratory Fee
54,360.00
Transcript of Records Fee
246,890.00
Testing Fee
426,620.00
Graduate School Journal
40,500.00
Scan Fee
3,400.00
Student Handbook
30,135.00
Fines and Penalties
179,970.00
Sub - Total
4,495,618.41
C. FIDUCIARY FEES:
Affiliation Fee
88,684.00
Comprehensive/ Oral Exams /Advisers Fee
23,600.00
Training and Seminars Fee 9,000.00
Computer Laboratory Resource Fee 3,028,135.00
Keyboarding 28,450.00
Related Learning Experience 8,996,965.42
NSTP – SCWTS/ROTC/LTS 644,093.66
Enhancement Fee 1,130,577.62
Sub – Total 13,949,505.70
Total Income Collected from Students 42,201,438.85
Annual Report 92
II – INCOME FROM OTHER SOURCES
A. OTHER SERVICE INCOME
Seminar Fees 9,000.00
NC – Assessment Fee 25,000.00
A/V Equipment 29,300.00
Field Study 24,000.00
Sub - Total 87,300.00

B. OTHER BUSINESS INCOME
Dormitory Operations 660,299.50
Rent/Lease Income 187,510.00
Interest Income 402,981.76
Other Income from IGP’s 54,174.80
Miscellaneous Income 253,634.20
Gain on Sale of Disposed Assets 12,349.92
Sub – Total 1,571,517.18
Total Income from Other Sources 1,658,817.18
TOTAL INCOME FOR FUND 164 43,860,256.03

III – INCOME FROM REVOLVING FUNDS
Agricultural Projects
Livestock Projects 216,395.00
Poultry 797,080.00
Rice Crop Production 634,598.00
Fishery/Fishpond Operation/Production 164,899.00
Horticulture Production 60,812.00
Total CSC Main 1,873,784.00
Panganiban Campus 606,349.13
Total for Agricultural (Land-Use) Projects 2,480,133.13

Auxiliary Projects
Income from Dormitory Operations 660,300.00
Kindergarten 324,083.00
Printing and Publication – Worksheet 385,240.00
Printing and Publication – ID Production 265,798.00
Rent Income – CBO Stall 296,000.00
Rent Income – TOGA 66,105.00
PE Uniforms 283,721.00
Photocopying 828,356.00
School Cafeteria Operations 1,751,686.00
Other Business Income 69,627.00
Total for Auxiliary Projects 4,930,916.00
TOTAL FOR REVOLVING FUNDS 7,411,049.13

GRAND TOTAL 51,271,305.16
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Annual Report 93
Current Budget

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he Colleges CY 2011 budget consists of Subsidy Income from National Government (Fund 101) and Op-
erating Income (Fund 164, inclusive of Prior Years Unutilized Balances and Unprogrammed Income).

The total budget for CY 2011 is P297, 117, 711.11, which is broken down into Current Appropriations
in the amount of P258, 018, 127.00 and Continuing Appropriations in the amount of P39, 099, 584.11.

The total amount released from the National Government is P196, 265, 127.00, of which P193, 520,
127.00 is for FY 2011 and P2, 745, 000 from FY 2011. The total amount appropriated from income is P100,
852, 584.11, of which P64, 498, 000 is from FY 2011 and P36, 354, 584.11 from FY 2010.
PARTICULARS
FUND 101 FUND 164 TOTAL
Current Appropriations
Personal Services 164,613,127.00 3,820,000.00 168,433,127.00
MOOE 28,907,000.00 25,663,000.00 54,570,000.00
Capital Outlay 0.00 35,015,000.00 35,015,000.00
Sub - Total 193,520,127.00 64,498,000.00 258,018,127.00
Continuing Appropriations (CY 2010)
Personal Services 0.00 415,717.84 415,717.84
MOOE 2,745,000.00 7,319,321.07 10,064,321.07
Capital Outlay 0.00 28,619,545.20 28,619,545.20
Sub - Total 2,745,000.00 36,354,584.11 39,099,584.11
Grand Total 196,265,127.00 100,852,584.11 297,117,711.11
Annual Report 94
PARTICULARS AMOUNT
CSC Main Campus
1. Acquisition of Equipment, Furniture and Machineries 18,197,000.00
2. Perimeter Fence 1,000,000.00
3. Repair of Dirty Kitchen – Dormitory 100,000.00
4. Repair of CSC Dormitory – Building 1,4000,000.00
5. Construction of Gate Fence at Bio - Park 100,000.00
6. Construction of Vermi – House at Bio- Park 20,000.00
7. Construction of Hito Pond at Bio-Park 50,000.00
8. Construction of Comfort Room – Bio-Park 50,000.00
9. Construction of Material Recovery Facility – Bio – Park 150,000.00
10. Construction of Product Development Area 100,000.00
11. Construction Off Season Production Demo Farm 30,000.00
12. Construction of Materials Recovery Facility at Extension 50,000.00
13. Construction of Mushrooms Laboratory Room 75,000.00
14. Concreting of Road Network 500,000.00
15. Construction of Outdoor Playing Court 1,200,000.00
16. Completion of Main Library Building Extension Phase II 1,500,000.00
17. Construction of CBA building 4,000,000.00
18. Rewiring of Administration Building Phase II 1,800,000.00
Sub - Total 30,322,000.00
Panganiban Campus
1. Acquisition of Equipment, Furniture and Machineries 3,288,000.00
2. Public Water System 130,000.00
3. Livestock and Crops Outlay 25,000.00
4. Road Network to Panguican Hill 100,000.00
5. Interior Repair of Administration Building 250,000.00
6. Repair of Roofings of Academic Building 60,000.00
7. Construction of Catwalk 500,000.00
8. VOAG Building 220,000.00
9. Repair of Roofing and Painting of RS Building 275,000.00
Sub - Total 4,693,000.00
Grand Total 35,015,000.00
Budget Allocation for Capital Outlay
For CY 2011
Annual Report 95
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he total amount of obligations incurred for the period from January to December, 2011 is
P239, 708, 647.55, which consists of current appropriations in the amount of P215, 619,
896.43 and Continuing Appropriations in the amount of P24, 088, 751.12. The total obligations
taken from Fund 101 is 191, 439, 163.00, of which P188,694,136.00 is released for CY 2011 and P2,
745, 000.00 was released for CY 2010. The total obligations incurred charged from Utilization of
Income is P48, 269, 484.55, of which P26, 925, 733.22 charged from CY 2011 and P21, 343, 751.12
was charged from CY 2010 appropriations.
Obligations incurred/amount expended/utilized
PARTICULARS FUND 101 FUND 164 TOTAL
Current Appropriations 164,611,795.00 2,340,253.47 166,952,048.47
 Personal Services 24,082,368.00 19,448,204.74 43,530,572.74
 MOOE 0.00 5,137,275.22 5,137,275.22
 Capital Outlay - - -
Sub - Totals 188,694,163.00 26,925,733.43 215,619,896.43
Continuing Appropriations
 Personal Services 0.00 343,001.96 343,001.96
 MOOE 2,745,000.00 4,565,776.95 7,310,776.35
 Capital Outlay 0.00 16,434,972.21 16,434,972.21
Sub - Totals 2,745,000.00 21,343,751.12 24,088,751.12
Grand Totals 191,439,163.00 48,269,484.55 239,708,647.55
During this period, the Budget Services prepared and submitted to the DBM letter-requests for the
release of all allotments and the corresponding Notices of Cash Allocation in the total amount of TWENTY
MILLION FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY THOUSAND TWO PESOS (P20,460,002.00) for the following pur-
poses:
Purpose Amount
For 14 Filled Positions P3,278,142
For 11 Filled Positions 2,055,725
For 14 Contractual Instructors (1
st
Semester SY 2011 - 12) 2,632,542
Additional Anniversary Bonus 2,604,000
Monetization of leave credits, etc (Authorized obligations chargeable against Agency savings) 5,085,290
For Contractual Instructors (2
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Semester SY 2011 - 12) 1,833,960
Newly Hired Personnel 193,110
Promotions 2,777,233
TOTAL P 20,460,002
The above mentioned budgetary request was chargeable against the ―Needing Clearance‖ portion,
representing allotment for unfilled positions, which was disaggregated in the FY 2011 Agency Budget Matrix.
However, the SIXTEEN MILLION THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED
NINETY EIGHT PESOS (P16, 375, 998) is still unreleased. The total ―Needing Clearance‖ portion of the Col-
leges‘ ABM amounted to THIRTY SIX MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED THIRTY SIX THOUSAND PESOS (P36,
836,000).
Annual Report 96
Statement of NCA Received
CY 2011
NCA No. DATE PARTICULARS AMOUNT
11-0000103 01/05/11 Regular Operating Requirements – Jan to June, 2011 73, 744, 000.00
11-0002840 02/21/11 Due & Demandable A/P – Internal Creditors 1, 875, 257.00
11-0002841 02/21/11 Due & Demandable A/P – External Creditors 372, 125.00
164962-0 03/02/11 Financial Assistance Scholarship Program – CBAC 200, 000.00
11-0008154 05/03/11 Additional Cash Requirements – May to Dec, 2011 3, 430, 000.00
11-0009142 05/17/11 Terminal Leave Benefits – Lope Orsolino 217, 568.00
11-0011176 06/06/11
Additional Cash Requirements – 11 newly filled positions
for June to Dec, 2011
253, 000.00
11-0011666 06/23/11 Regular Operating Requirements – July to Dec, 2011 69, 226, 000.00
11-8000042 07/01/11 Cash Requirements – Scholarship Program - CESAR 4, 000, 000.00
11-0013234 07/14/11 Payments of Accounts Payable – External Creditor 354, 854.00
11-0000748 07/20/11 Scholarship Program – Gabriela Party list 100, 000.00
11-8000875 07/21/11 Scholarship Program – BAYAN MUNA Party list 100, 000.00
11-8000934 08/01/11 Cash Requirements – Scholarship - AKO BICOL 840, 000.00
11-0014785 08/04/11 Additional Operating Requirements – Aug. to Dec., 2011 2, 054, 000.00
11-0014909 08/09/11 Additional Cash Requirements – August, 2011 2, 668, 159.00
11-0016460 09/01/11 Additional Cash Requirements – Sept. to Dec., 2011 1, 941, 000.00
11-0016780 09/07/11 Additional Cash Requirements – Sept. to Dec., 2011 2, 470, 000.00
11-018700 10/06/11 Additional Cash Requirements – Oct. to Dec., 2011 1, 627, 000.00
11-0020634 11/14/11 Terminal Leave Benefits – Levi V. Tria 99, 852.00
11-0021038 11/18/11 Additional Cash Requirements – Nov. to Dec., 2011 2, 616, 000.00
11-0021697 11/24/11 Additional Cash Requirements – November, 2011 2, 604, 000.00
11-0021696 11/24/11 Additional Cash Requirements – Nov. to Dec., 2011 4, 994, 000.00
11-0021886 11/28/11 Additional Cash Requirements – Nov. to Dec., 2011 1, 881, 000.00
11-0022288 12/05/11 Additional Cash Requirements – December, 2011 4, 844, 000.00
11-0022338 12/06/11 Cash Requirements – Productivity Enh. Incentive 4, 160, 000.00
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wenty-five (25) releases of Notice of Cash Allocation (inclusive of accounts payable and retirement
benefits) in the total amount of Php 186,671,815.00 were received, recorded, controlled, and monitored.
These NCAs are as follows:
Source: Budget Services
Annual Report 97
PARTICULARS ABC CONTRACT PRICE
1. COMPLETION OF Laboratory Building Phase V 5, 000, 000.00 3, 999, 999.53
2. Construction of Perimeter Fence 2, 400, 000.00 1, 977, 428.91
3. Completion of CSC Athletic Oval 2, 000, 000.00 1, 591, 341.04
4. Repair of Dormitory Building 1, 400, 000.00 1, 107, 833.47
Total 10, 800, 000.00 8, 676, 602.95
Ongoing projects

COLLECTION RECEIVED
Details of received and recorded collection in the total amount of
P49, 142, 722.99, broken down as follows:
Utilization of Income P39, 269, 802.22
Trust Liability Account 3, 497, 862.66
Income Generating Project 6, 122, 537.64
Trust Receipts 252, 520.47
Total P49, 142, 822.99

CHECK DISBURSEMENT
A disbursement amounting to P229, 565, 950.72 through the issuance of
3, 773 checks, was recorded, broken down as follows:
General Fund 2, 061 checks 180, 420,889.40
Utilization of Income 1, 104 checks 38, 240, 081.27
Trust Liability Account 398 checks 4, 609, 756.87
Income Generating Project 210 checks 6, 295, 223.18
Total 3, 773 checks 229, 565, 950.72

CASH DISBURSEMENT
A total of P33, 841, 332.35 was disbursed to the employees and students of the
Colleges.

General Fund 20, 034, 709.09
Utilization of Income 11, 761, 591.04
TLA 383, 158.68
Income Generating Project 1, 661, 873.54
Total 33, 841, 332.35
Annual Report 98
ACCOUNT TITLE/DESCRIPTION
OF INCOME
(1)
ACCOUNT
CODE
(2)

ACTUAL INCOME FOR THE QUARTER
INCOME TO
DATE
(6)
FIRST MONTH
(3)
SECOND
MONTH
(4)
THIRD MONTH
(5)
Rent Income
642
Monoblock Chairs
642-5 100.00 100.00
Function Hall
642-8 14,000.00 1,200.00 15,200.00
Videoke
642-11 2,000.00 500.00 2,500.00
Sales Revenue

Rice Crop Production
643-2 89,126.46 12,041.00 47,385.82 126,743.80 275,297.08
Other Crops Production
643-3 6,908.50 5,467.50 3,683.50 1,484.00 17,543.50
Fishpond Operation
643-4 21,957.50 9,195.00 23,339.50 25,562.50 80,054.50
Other Business Income
648
Agro/Agrcl Prod – Inst
648-1 7,123.00 7,123.00
Piggery Project
648-3 36,464.75 1,575.00 27,450.00 22,852.00 88,314.75
Dormitory Operations
648-11 17,870.96 11,849.00 1,450.00 31,169.96
Photocopying Operations
648-10 36,043.00 10,324.00 8,108.00 3,730.00 58,205.00
Abaca Project
648-12 2,072.00 2,072.00
Coconut Project
648-13 1,050.00 290.00 190.00 825.00 2,355.00
Firewood
50.00 50.00
Miscellaneous Income

Electric Bill
678-7 20,736.00 432.00 21,168.00
Old Newspaper
678-11 213.00 213.00
Grand Total
255,665.17 52,491.50 110,588.82 182,620.30 601,365.79
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t the Panganiban Campus, the utilization of resources was likewise undertaken and viable
enterprises were tapped to augment revenues necessary for the operation of the Colleges.
Annual Report 99
ACCOUNT TITLE/DESCRIPTION
OF INCOME
(1)
AC-
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CODE
(2)

ACTUAL INCOME FOR THE QUARTER
INCOME TO
DATE
(6)
FIRST
MONTH
(3)
SECOND
MONTH
(4)
THIRD
MONTH
(5)
Athletic and Cultural Fees 612 18,350.00 300.00 5,300.00 23,950.00
Clearance and Certification Fees 613 5,520.00 80.00 320.00 5,920.00
Diploma & Graduation Fees 615 6,890.00 100.00 6,990.00
Library Fees 618 38,960.00 610.00 10,780.00 10.00 50,360.00
Medical, Dental & Laboratory Fees 619
Lab Fees / Lamination (CIMC) 619-1 25,330.00 100.00 6,570.00 32,000.00
Medical / Dental Fees 619-2 3,820.00 60.00 1,050.00 4,930.00
Transcript of Records Fees 624 13,800.00 200.00 450.00 100.00 14,550.00
Other Service Income 628
Testing Fees – College 628-3 28,00.00 28,000.00
NSTP – CWTS 628-8 2,460.00 2,460.00
Enhancement Fee – High School 628-10 207,110.00 1,950.00 5,100.00 7,400.00 221,560.00
Practice Teaching 628-12 3,200.00 3,200.00
Field Study 628-13 24,000.00 24,000.00
Fines and Penalties – Service Income 629
Removal Fee 250.00 10.00 90.00 50.00 400.00
Overdue Books 350.00 50.00 400.00
Late Enrolment 2,150.00 9,500.00 11,650.00
Special Exam 10.00 10.00 20.00
Tuition Fees 644 1,180,892.00 100,391.50 641,754.00 924,024.00 2,847,061.50
Other Business Income 648
Photocopying Operations 648-10 200.00 200.00
Miscellaneous Income 678
Additional subject 678-1 20.00 20.00
Authentication Fee 678-2 2,850.00 120.00 180.00 3,150.00
Change of Subject 678-3 10.00 10.00 20.00
Class Card 678-4 60.00 90.00 150.00
Form 137 678-9 120.00 20.00 40.00 180.00
Honorable Dismissal 678-10 600.00 80.00 740.00
TOTAL 1,540,952.00 103,781.50 705,364.00 931,814.00 3,281,911.50
Income Statement, CSC Panganiban Campus, CY 2011
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2010 Secondary Education Curriculum with Understanding
by Design (UbD) in Science and English High School
sponsored by Phoenix Publishing House, Inc.
January 8-9, 2011 Vareys Bldg.
189 Roosevelt Avenue, Quezon
City
Prof. Imelda T. Bernal
Mr. Joerandy C. Tablizo
Prof. Leticia A. Tolledo
Mrs. Corazon T. Cilot
Prof. Rhodora R. Cabrera
2011 National Conference on Mathematics and Science
Education with the theme Empowering Mathematics and
Science Education: ICT + UbD
January 26-28, 2011, Hotel Indah,
Manila
Mr. Pio G. Panti
Conference on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) for Local
Economic Development (LED)
January 17-18, 2011, Manila Prof. Sonia R. Vargas
Seminar- workshop on From Admission to Graduation:
Policies and Procedures
January 21-22, 2011, University of
Baguio, Baguio City
Dr. Aida A. Dianela
Dr. Herminia A. Tabor
Conference- workshop on Entrepreneurship Education and
Training
January 11, 2011, UP Diliman,
Quezon City
Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Dr. Fe T. Gianan
11
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PNSA Regional Congress with the theme, Embracing
Differences through Knowledge, Innovation and Vitality
January 13 – 15, 2011, Bicol
University, Legazpi City
Mrs. Lilibeth I. Tubalinal
Assessment and Planning Meeting of the BCARRD PMA
Teams
January 18 – 19, 2011, Bicol
University Legazpi City
Mrs. Gemma G. Acedo
Seminar-workshops on How to Become an Effective
Thesis/Dissertation Paper Adviser and A Guide to Thesis/
Dissertation Editing and Evaluation: Focus on Added
Values on Thesis/Dissertation
February 16 & 17, 2011, Ateneo de
Manila University, Quezon City
Dr. Susan T. Santelices
Dr. Maria S. Tugano
Comprehensive Introduction to Java Programming Training
Feb 28, 2011 to March 2011, Medical
Plaza, San Miguel Ave, Pasig City
Mrs. Belen M. Tapado
Seminar-workshop on Understanding by Design
(UbD) with Professional Learning Communities at
PLC
February 2-8, 2011,
Panglao Island, Bohol
Prof. Angelita L. Tacorda
24
th
AACCUP Annual National Conference
February 15-17, 2011 ,Great Hotel,
Quezon Ballroom, Quezon City
Dr. Aida A. Dianela
Regional Seminar for Guidance Counselors with the theme
Revisiting the Person in the Counselor
January 29, 2011, Ateneo de Naga
University
Dr. Laura A. Vital
Mrs. Janette O. Tugano
Cultivating Research Literacy in Nursing Students: A
Seminar Workshop for Nursing Research Faculty
January 24, 2011, College of
St. Benilde in Manila
Dr. Aurora E. Araojo
Seminar-workshop on Strategies and Techniques in
Teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
February 14-15, 2011, Institute of
Social Order, Ateneo de Manila,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Prof. Catalina T. Tabian
2011 Kabikolan Conference on Language and Education February 24-26, 2011, Legaspi City Prof. Jocelyn S. Ibones
14
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National and 4
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International Convention of State
Universities and Colleges Teachers Educators Association
February 16-18, 2011, Bayview
Park Hotel, Roxas Boulevard,
Manila
Dr. Aida A. Dianela
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman
Faculty and Staff Trainings and Seminars
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full-range of trainings, seminars, short-term courses and other professional and skills development interven-
tions were attended by the teaching and non-teaching staff of CSC in 2011.
Teaching Staff
Annual Report 100
NAME OF SEMINAR / TRAINING DATE AND VENUE NAME OF PARTICIPANTS
National Seminar - Deans in Management of
Change
February 9-10, 2011, Ateneo de
Manila University, Loyola Heights,
Quezon City
Dr. Igmedio B. Teves
Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo
Engr. Emmanuel R. Soriao
Web Technologies: Training for Development of
Library and Teaching Resources
March 9-11, 2011, Laoag City,
Ilocos Norte
Prof. Gemma G. Acedo
Hands -on Training on GIS -Assisted Soil Fertility
Evaluation for Rice
February 11-12, 2011, Los Baños,
Laguna
Prof. Lani A. Ilagan
Training on Research Proposal Development
February 7-10, 2011, LRV Agri
Science Park, San Bernardino,
Calabanga Cam Sur
Prof. Eduardo D. Peña
Prof. Dolores J. Osido
Regional Convention and Scientific Sessions of
BIOTA - Enhancing Scientific Minds and Skills
through Biological Research
February 11-12, 2011 CBSUA, Pili,
Cam Sur
Dr. Estrella S. Placides
International Conference and Scientific Meeting
February 16-18, 2011, CBSUA, Pili,
Camarines Sur
Prof. Crispin S. Oliveros Jr.
EDU QUAD 2011 - International Conference on
Technologies for Teaching and Learning
February 16-18, 2011,
Manila Hotel
Prof. Ma. Emmie T. Delluza
Seminar o Preparation of Audit Working Papers and
the 1
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Bicol Regional Assembly of CPA’s
March 4-5, 2011, Villa Caceres
Hotel, , Naga City
Prof. Victoriano A. Prolles
24
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National Rice Conference
March 16-18, 2011
PhilRice, Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Prof. Noemi R. Tumaque
Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque
Prof. Eduardo D. Peña
Prof. Dolores J. Osido
56
th
Annual Convention of the Nutritionist –
Dieticians’ Association of the Philippines
March 3-4, 2011
Sofitel Philippine, Pasay City
Mrs. Hedelissa T. Gianan
10
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Annual Conference and the 4
th
Annual
Education Industry Summit of the Philippine Council
of Deans and Educators in Business
March 17-18, 2011, Lyceum of the
Philippines, Intramuros, Manila
Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Prof. Lorna A. Tablizo
Prof. Edna L. Bernal
Short Course on Community Organizing for
Community Development
April 4- 8, 2011, UP Manila
Prof. Janet B. Lim
Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra
Short Course on Health Communication Planning May 9-13, 2011, UP Manila Prof. Erlinda F. Tabor
Post Graduate Course on Health Promotion March 21- 25, 2011, UP Manila Prof. Marilyn B. Panti
9
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Course on Food Safety
May 9-13, 2011, UP College of
Public Health
Prof. Ma. Resadel O. Santonia
Prof. Priscilla P. Gianan
Prof. Corazon B. Sicio
Seminar-Workshop on Effective and Efficient
Discipline (SEED)
April 5-7, 2011, CSC RO 5,
Legazpi City
Prof. Ruben C. Velasco
Seminar on Public Sector Unionism and Collective
Negotiation Agreement
March 30, 2011
PGEA Compound, Diliman, QC
Prof. Rene S. Tolod
Training Course on Advanced Data Management
Using MS Excel 2007
April 4 – 8, 2011
Statistical Research and Training
Center, Diliman Q.C.
Prof. Vicente G. Padilla
2011 Summer Course on International Women’s
Human Rights and Governance
May 9 – 14, 2011,
Miriam College Q.C.
Prof. Socorro T. Brillante
Annual Report 101
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Seminar-Workshop on Risk Management
May 11-13, 2011, Hotel Kim-
berly, Malate, Manila
Dr. Lily P. Custodio
Prof. Jocelyn Ll. Jordan
Training for Social Science Teachers - Going Back to Ba-
sics: Understanding Myths and Misconceptions in the
Social Sciences
April 12 – 15, 2011
CSSP, UP Diliman
Dr. Igmedio B. Teves
Mr. Rey T. Soneja
2011 Summer Course on Gender Fair Education
May 2-6, 2011 Miriam College,
Quezon City
Mr. Rene T. Arisapa
National Training of Physical Educators
April 17-20, 2011,
Teachers Camp, Baguio City
Prof. Cyril B. Francis
Prof. Rosalie V. Aguilar
National Summer Conference of the Association of Deans
of the Philippine Colleges of Nursing, Inc.
May 9-10, 2011, Manila Hotel Prof. Jocelyn Ll. Jordan
19
th
Annual and 1
st
International Conference of Philippine
Society for Educational Research and Evaluation
May 25-27, 2011, CEU, Manila Mrs. Mary Elaine T. Tapel
PAEOAFI 43
rd
National Convention
April 28 0 30, 2011, Enverga
University, Lucena City
Prof. Evelyn B. Capsa
Seminar-Workshop on Basic Entrepreneurship Course
May 9-13, 2011
UPISSI, Diliman, Quezon City
Dr. Fe T. Gianan
Seminar-Workshop on Proper Presentation of Financial
Statements and Significant Accounting Policies together
with Schedules
April 13-14, 2011 PICPA Train-
ing Center, Shaw Blvd.
Mandaluyong City
Prof. Leticia T. Manlangit
39
th
Annual National Conference of PACSB
April 28-29, 2011, Asturias
Hotel, Puerto Princesa
Mrs. Shelly T. Santelices
4
th
National Convention of the Centers of Excellence,
Centers of Development, Centers of Training and Associa-
tion of Local Colleges and Universities
April 11-12, 2011, Balanga City,
Bataan
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman
Prof. Rosana S. Abundo
National Educator’s Congress on Human Rights Education
April 27-29, 2011,
PICC, Pasay City
Dr. Ruben C. Velasco
Training on PHP & MySQL Fundamentals May 16 0 20, 2011, ITTC, UP Diliman Prof. Gemma G. Acedo
Taunang Pambansang Seminar sa Pagtuturo ng Filipino:
Ang Hinaharap na Kurikulum sa Filipino: K + 12, UBD at
MLE
May 4 – 6, 2011,
De La Salle Manila
Mrs. Indira DR. Fernandez
Dr. Lourdes V. Rodriguez
Dance Xchange: The Philippine International Dance
Workshop and Festival
April 27 – 29, 2011,
Manila Hotel
Prof. Rico M. Romero
Prof. Maria Chatita L. Lorenzana
Seminar- workshop on The Role of Middle Management
in Good Banking Governance
May 9 – 10, 2011, PICPA Train-
ing Center,, Mandaluyong City
Prof. Melinda V. Abichuela
Regional Workshop on Building a More Responsive and
Dynamic Agriculture and Fisheries (AF) Extension
May 4 – 6, 2011, Villa Caceres
Hotel, Naga City
Prof. Sonia R. Vargas
Seminar –Workshop on Abstracting and Indexing Made Easy:
Information Analysis of Macro and Micro Documents Using a
Modular Approach
May 16 – 17, 2011, ISSI, UP
Diliman, Quezon City
Dr. Herminia A. Tabor
19
th
Annual and 1
st
International Conference of Philippine
Society for Educational Research and Evaluation
May 25-27, 2011, CEU, Manila
Prof. Jesus B. Isorena
Dr. Susan T. Santelices
Public Lectures in Literary Theory for Teachers May 11-13, 2011, FEU, Manila
Prof. Ma. Edna R. Iñigo
Dr. Aida A. Dianela
26
th
Annual Dance Educators Convention Workshop May 10-13, 2011, PUP Manila Prof. Cyril B. Francis
Retraining of Senior AACCUP Accreditors May 19-21, 2011, Arevalo, Iloilo City Dr. Maria S. Tugano
Annual Report 102
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2011 Summer Course on Migration May 16-21, 211, Miriam College, Q.C. Prof. Socorro T. Brillante
3
rd
International Education Conference
May 18 – 20, 2011, Tarlac State Univer-
sity, Tarlac City
Dr. Igmedio B. Teves
SUC-ACAP Biennial Convention
May 26-28, 2011, Philippine Carabao
Center, Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo
National Seminar and Workshop in Research Writing and
Presentation for Faculty Development
May 27-28, 2011, University of Asia
and the Pacific
Dr. Noemi S. Zaragosa
Training Workshop on the Implementation of the New Manual
Operations and the Newly Developed Software of NBC 461
May 26-28, 2011, Hotel Veniz, Baguio
City
Dr. Aida A. Dianela
Engr. Richard Bernal
National Conference on Rizal in the 21
st
Century: Local and
Global Perspectives
June 22- 24, 2011, in UP Diliman,
Prof. Tita A. Aquino
Mr. Rey T. Soneja
Seminar on ICT Resources Acquisition (ICTRA)
June 27- July 1, 2011
NCC, Diliman, Q.C.
Prof. Gemma G. Acedo
37
th
Annual Convention and Scientific Meeting of the Operating
Room Nurses Association of the Philippines, Inc.
July 2- 3, 2011, Manila Hotel Prof. Josefina T. Buena
2011 National PICE Mid-Year Convention
June 30-July 2, 2011, Ibalong Centrum
and Recreation Center, Legazpi City
Engr. Michael M. Traballo
Engr. Bienvenido Berjuega
Engr. Melanie D. Rojas
Engr. Melvyn McArthur R.
Tating
Monitoring and Synchronization Conference Cum Workshop
July 13-14, 2011, ), West Visayas State
University, Iloilo City
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman
Council Planning Workshop of the Bicol Consortium for Health
Research and Development
July 15, 2011, DOST V, Legazpi City
Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra
Dr. Alvin C. Ogalesco
National Conference on Developing the Framework of the New
Teacher Education Curriculum for K to 12 Basic Education:
Benchmarking with International Standards
July 20-22, 2011
Edilberto P. Dagot Hall, Philippine
Normal University, Manila
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman
Prof. Edna R. Iñigo
Seminar-Workshop on How to Become an Effective Research
Panelist
July 30, 2011, Ateneo de Manila
University, Diliman, Q.C.
Dr. Maria S. Tugano
Prof. Elena G. Tasarra
Dr. Aida A. Dianela
National Seminar-Workshop on Instructional Material Writing
(Textbooks and Modules)
July 26 27, 2011, Ateneo de Manila
University
Prof. Marilou R. Lopez
Prof. Erlinda F. Tabor
Prof. Hedelissa T. Gianan
Dr. Mila D. Vela
Seminar-Workshop on : Ang Ginagampanan ng Checking for
Understanding sa Pagtuturo ng Filipino
July 30, 2011, Ateneo de Manila
University
Prof. Angelita P. Sabado
Seminar -Workshop sponsored by the Association of Civil Engi-
neering Educators of the Philippines for Deans and Department
Heads
August 8 – 10, 2011 Adamson
University, Manila
Engr. Emmanuel R. Soriao
Engr. Pedro R. Arcilla Jr.
Engr. Melvyn McArthur R.
Tating
Hand Over/Exit Strategy Workshop: Sustaining the Partnership
for Food Security
August 9 – 10, 2011, Bayview Park
Hotel, Manila
Prof. Dolores J. Osido
Seminar for Filipino: Understanding by Design (UbD)
August 20, 2011
BU Amphitheater
Dr. Maria Charlene A. Cantar
Regional Annual Convention of the Philippine Nurses Association
of the Philippines,
August 27, 2011, Iriga City
Ms. Diana Rose A. Deinla
Ms. Margie T. Molina
Seminar on GAD Planning and Budgeting
August 23, 2011, Professional, Develop-
ment Office, Commonwealth Ave., Q.C.
Prof. Victoriano A. Prolles
Pre- service Training - Assessment in the 21
st
Century August 25, 2011, DWCL, Legazpi City
Dr. Mila D. Vela
Prof. Imelda T. Bernal
Prof. Amelia B. Armea
Retraining of Senior AACCUP Accreditors
September 7- 10, 2011,
Cagayan de Oro City
Dr. Mila D. Vela
Annual Report 103
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32
nd
Annual National Grade School Convention of CMLI Junior Members
and Teachers Advisers
September 14- 18, 2011
Teachers Camp, Baguio City
Mr. Joseph G. Zafe
Basic Training Course for Troop Leaders Sept 23-25, 2011, , San Miguel, Cat’nes Mr. Joseph G. Zafe
Training Workshop on The Use of Technology in Mathematics September 23- 25, 2011, BU Tabaco Prof. Rudy P. Tablizo
37
th
Annual Convention of the Integrated Midwives Association
of the Philippines, Inc.
October 19 – 21, 2011
Avenue Plaza Hotel, Naga City
Mrs. Adelina M. Almojuela,
Mrs. Erlinda F. Tabor
Mrs. Luz R. Manlangit
PNSA Bicol Council Regional Conference- Seminar
Sept24- 25, 2011, Villa Caceres , Naga
City
Mrs. Lilibeth I. Tubalinal
National Training Workshop on Gender and Equality October 26-28, 2011, CSSP, UP Diliman Prof. Socorro T. Brillante
Seminar on New Generation Currency
September 24, 2011, Provincial Capitol
Dome, Virac
Prof. Leticia T. Manlangit
Dr. Fe T. Gianan
Prof. Melinda V. Abichuela
Mrs. Shelly T. Santelices
37
th
National PICE Convention
November 17-19, 2011, Limketkai Center,
Cagayan de Oro City
Engr. Pedro R. Arcilla Jr., Engr.
Bienvenido B. Berjuega, Engr.
Melvyn McArthur R. Tating,
Engr. Melanie D. Rojas, Engr.
Michael M. Traballo
CHED Higher Education Summit on Gender Issues October 11–-12, 2011, UP Diliman Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Seminar on Teaching Basic Statistics October 21, 2011, CSPC, Nabua, Cam Sur
Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Dr. Aurora E. Araojo
Seminar on Teaching Basic Statistics for Tertiary Level Teacher October 18-21, 2011, PSU, Goa, Cam Sur
Prof. Danilo O. Murillo
Engr. Emmanuel Bernal
16
th
Annual National Campus Adviser’s Seminar-Workshop
October 26-29, 2011, Teacher’s Camp,
Baguio City
Mrs. Josephine V. Torrente
Regional Training of Sec. School Paper Advisers and Campus
Writers
October 24-28, 2011, CSNHS, Naga City Prof. Rosana Abundo
Orientation Seminar on 2011 Investment Priorities Oct. 21, 2011, Hotel St. Ellis, Legazpi City Dr. Aida A. Dianela
National Research Seminar and Forum Oct. 19- 21, 2011, Hotel Supreme, Baguio Mr. Joselito B. Tasarra
2011 Pambansang Kumperensiya sa Wika at Panitikan Nov 24- 26, 2011, St. Louis Univ. Baguio Prof. Norma B. Taraya
5
th
Luzon Regional Conference and Trade Exhibit on Registered
Plumber and member of the Philippine of Plumbing Engineers
November 25- 26, 2011, BARCIE Interna-
tional Center, Catmon, Malolos, Bulacan
Arch. Jose G. Ong
Conference on Strengthening the Capacity of Future Pillars of
Science and Mathematics Educators
November 16-18, 2011, Heritage Hotel,
Pasay City
Dr. Mila D. Vela, Dr. Maria
Tugano, Prof. Sheila R.
Gregorio, Prof. Imelda T.
Bernal, Prof. Rudy P. Tablizo,
Prof. Danilo O. Murillo
1
st
National Research Workshop on Research Capability
Building Among NSTP and Community Extension Educators
November 16-18, 2011, Hotel Supreme,
Baguio City
Prof. Ma. Sheila R. Gregorio
Prof. Ma. Antonia E. Rojas
Mr. Moreno D. Tabios
1
st
General Assembly of Bicol Career Guidance Network, Inc.
Cum Training- Orientation on DOLE’s Career Guidance Manual
November 16- 18, 2011, TESDA RO V,
Legazpi City
Mrs. Marilyn B. Panti
Annual Conference of the Asosasyon sa Pilipinas ng mga
Kolehiyo ng Agham at Sining
November 17- 18, 2011, Bayleaf Hotel,
Intramuros, Manila
Dr. Aurora E. Araojo
Training Course on IT Audit, Security and Governance
November 14- 18, 2011, NCC, Diliman,
Q.C. City
Mrs. Shelly T. Santelices
2011 Regional Training of School Paper Advisers and Campus
Journalists in Elementary Schools
December 1- 3, 2011, San Rafael, Guino-
batan, Albay
Mr. Joseph G. Zafe
8
th
National Convention for Office Administration Students
November 28- 29, 2011, Saint Mary’s
University, Bayombong, Nueva Viscaya
Prof. Socorro T. Brillante
National Seminar on Materials Development and Module
Writing
November 25- 27, 2011, Tarlac Events
Place, Tarlac City
Prof. Jocelyn S. Ibones
Prof. Helen S. Ferida
Annual Report 104
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Seminar-Workshop on Developing
Standards-Based Assessment
(with Test Construction)
December 2- 4, 2011, Subic Holiday Villas,
Subic
Prof. Angelita L. Tacorda
Prof. Imelda T. Bernal
Family Planning Competency- Based Training
December 5-9, 2011, Philippine
General Hospital, Manila
Prof. Francisca A. Zuniega
Mrs. Luz R. Manlangit
Regional Annual Convention and
Scientific Meeting of the Philippine Society
for Microbiology
December 3, 2011, Aquinas University of
Legazpi City
Dr. Teresita J. Avila, Prof. Linda F. Talan
Prof. Angelica V. Mendoza, Prof. Dela S. Sorra
49
th
National Rizal Youth Leadership
Institute Conference
December 10-14, 2011, Senior Mess Hall,
Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City
Mr. Rey T. Soneja
Training on Human Resource Information
System (HRIS) and Development
Management Information System (RDMIS)
December 6-7, 2011, BU Legazpi City Prof. Gemma G. Acedo
Non-teaching Staff
(and other faculty members designated to administrative positions)
NAME OF SEMINAR / TRAINING DATE AND VENUE NAME OF PARTICIPANTS
Assessment and Planning Meeting of
the BCARRD PMA Teams
January 18-19, 2011, BU, Legazpi City
Mr. Ananias A. Deuda
Mrs. Eleanor B. Tablizo
National Trainers Course on Corn
Livestock Integration
March 2- 6, 2011, ITCPH, Lipa City,
Batangas
Mr. Michael Owen P. Malijan
24
th
National Rice Conference
March 16-18, 2011, PhilRice, Muñoz,
Nueva Ecija
Mrs. Nena V. Santos
PICPA Seminar on Preparation on Audit
Working Papers, the 1
st
Bicol Regional
Assembly of CPAs and the National
Board Meeting
March 4 – 5, 2011, Villa Caceres Hotel,
Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City
Mr. Rommel S. Torres
Philippine Association of Board
Secretaries of State Colleges and
Universities (PABSSCU), Inc. National
Conference
April 25-29, 2011, Hotel Stotseberg,
Clark Special Economic Zone, Pampanga
Mr. Renato M. Panti
Seminar-Workshop on Organization
Development and Strategic Training
March 22- 24, 2011, UP Diliman, Quezon
City
Mrs. Azucena T. Torrente

Investment seminar on Pangasius
March 22, 2011, LCC Concourse, Legazpi
City
Mr. Felix F. Villacorta
Training on Advances on Human
Resource Development Management
April 4- 6, 2011, DCAAP Training Center,
UP Diliman
Mrs. Eleanor B. Vargas
Seminar-Workshop on Computer Skills
for Records Management Professionals
(Using Open Office)
March 30, 2011- April 1, 2011, Teacher’s
Camp, Baguio City
Mrs. Helen S. Porte
Mrs. Irenea T. Suarez
Seminar-Workshop on Records
Management Control Processes and
Files Management
March 30-April 1, 2011, Teacher’s Camp,
Baguio City
Mrs. Norma T. Ariate
Mrs. Emily R. Tabios
Mrs. Glenda L. De Blanco
Seminar -Workshop on Competency-
Based Training, Phase I (Recruitment)
March 29-31, 2011, CSC RO 5 Training
Hall, Rawis, Legazpi City
Ms. Gemma M. Faustino
Mrs. Angelita L. Abundo
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Seminar-Workshop on Competency-
Based Training Phase 2 (Retention)
April 26- 28, 2011, CSC RO 5,
Legazpi City
Mrs. Azucena T. Torrente
Mrs. Asuncion O. Uchi
Training on Supervisory Development
Course, Track I
May 17-20, 2011
CSC RO 5 Legazpi City
Mr. Gerry S, Rubio
Mrs. Josephine B. Refugio
Seminar-Workshop on Enhancing
Administrative Support Services Skills
June 15-16, 2011, CSC RO 5 Legazpi City
Mrs. Peña S. Olat, Mrs. Elsie V. Rojas
Ms. Fe A. Panti
Training on Frontline Service Ethics and
Accountability
June 21-22, 2011, CSC RO 5 Legazpi City
Ms. Ma. Gazel T. Chavez, Mrs. Alice S.
Rojas, Mrs. Raisa G. Tan
Seminar-Workshop on Public Service,
Ethics and Accountability
June 12-13, 2011, CSC RO 5, Legazpi City
Mrs. Lily S. Ham, Mrs. Evelina T. Vargas
Mrs. Ma. Isabel L. dela Hostria
Mr. Ike U. Marquez
Appreciation Course on Recruitment
and Selection for Personnel Selection
Board (PSB)
July 19-20, 2011, CSC RO 5 Legazpi City
Dr. Lily P. Custodio, Mrs. Azucena T.
Torrente, Mrs. Perla A. Tolentino
Seminar-Workshop on Records and
Information Management Professional
June 22-24, 2011, Citystate Tower Hotel,
Ermita, Manila
Mrs. Ma. Concepcion V. Marquez
Mrs. Elena T. Joson, Mrs. Linda Fajardo
Mr. Valentino L. Valeza
Seminar-Workshop on Leave Admini-
stration Course for Effectiveness (LACE)
June 7-9, 2011 CSC RO 5, Legazpi City Mrs. Maryshiel S. Tabios
Seminar-Workshop on Internal Control
System of Cash Management
April 6- 8, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mrs. Asuncion O. Uchi, Mrs. Nemia S.
Go, Mrs. Nida U. Salvador
Introductory Course to Information
System Audit
April 13-15, 2011,
Hotel Kimberly, Malate, Manila
Mr. Rommel S. Torres
Mrs. Angelee Z. Malijan
Seminar-Workshop on The Philippine Bidding
Documents and Updates on RA 9184
April 27-29, 2011,
Hotel Kimberly, Malate, Manila
Dr. Lily P. Custodio, Mrs. Azucena T.
Torrente, Mr. Santos B. Sorra
Seminar-Workshop on Operations and
Management Audit
May 4 -6, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mr. Melchor S. Suarez
Seminar-Workshop on Basic Internal
Control Concepts and Internal Auditing
Principles and Practices
May 25 – 27, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mr. Necodimos S. Del Agua
Mr. Melchor S. Suarez
Seminar-Workshop on Internal Control
System for Property & Supply Manage-
ment (Appraisal & Disposal)
May 25-27, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mr. Santos V. Magallanes
Mr. Necodimos S. Del Agua
Mr. Santos B. Sorra
Seminar-Workshop on Quality Manage-
ment System (EO 605)
June 1- 3, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mrs. Azucena T. Torrente
Dr. Lily P. Custodio
Seminar-Workshop on Basic Accounting and
Internal Auditing for Non-Accountants
June 8- 10, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mrs. Maria Raisa L. Dela Hostria, Mrs.
Nemia S. Go, Mrs. Asuncion O. Uchi
Training on Cisco Certified Network Associate May 2-13, 2011, ITTC UP Diliman Engr. Rommel A. Magtangob
Training ASP.Net Programming May 16-20, 2011, ITTC UP Diliman Ms. Maria Concepcion T. Suarez
Seminar on Positive Discipline in the
Workplace
July 14-15, 2011, Bonifacio Hall,
UP Diliman, Quezon City
Mrs. Azucena T. Torrente

Seminar-Workshop on Archives: Bringing
Past to Present for Good Governance
May 4 – 6, 2011, CSB Hotel,
Malate, Manila
Mrs. Araceli T. Mendez
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rd
Annual National Convention of the
Government Association of Certified
Public Accountants
May 11-13, 2011, Atrium Limketkai Mall,
Cagayan de Oro City
Mr. Rommel S. Torres
Annual Report 106
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Training Linux Administration 102 May 16-20, 2011,. ITTC, UP Diliman, Mr. Rey T. Reyes
Abstracting and Indexing Made Easy: Information
Analysis of Macro and Micro Documents Using a
Modular
Approach
May 16-17, 2011, ISSI, UP Diliman Mrs. Araceli T. Mendez
1
st
Fire Safety Practitioners Training Course May 12-14, 2011, Fort Bonifacio,
Taguig City
Engr. Dante G. Timajo
Audit on Procurement Seminar-Workshop June 29-July 1, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mr. Melchor S. Suarez
Seminar on Enhancing Capabilities of
Librarians on Library Standards and
Accreditors
May 25-27, 2011, Ilocos Norte
National High School, Laoag City
Ms. Aida M. Tacorda,
Mrs. Flordeliza V. Villacorta
35
th
National Convention and Annual of PICE June 30-July 2, 2011, Ibalong
Centrum, Legazpi City
Engr. Dante G. Timajo, Engr. Jose Rafael
R. Manoguid, Engr. Lucilo B. Rojas
Training on FITS Information System June 9-10, 2011, Bicol University,
Legazpi City
Mr. Ananias A. Deuda
Prof. Gemma G. Acedo
Seminar on Work Ethics August 16-17, 2011, CSC RO 5,
Legazpi City
Mrs. Azucena T. Torrente

Seminar on The Philippine Bidding Documents
(pre-requisite to RA 9184)
August 3-5, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mrs. Linda A. Fajardo, Dr. Crispin S.
Oliveros, Mr. Santos V. Magallanes
Engr. Dante G. Timajo
Seminar on Basic Internal Control Concepts &
Internal Auditing Principles & Practices
August 24-26, 2011, Hotel Kimberly,
Malate, Manila
Mrs. Raissa G. Tan
Training-Workshop on STBF
Technical Report Packaging
August 14-18, 2011, TESDA RO V,
Legazpi City
Mr. Ananias A. Deuda
Mrs. Eleanor B. Tablizo
Regional Convention of the Human Resource
Management Practitioners in the Bicol Region
August 25-26, 2011
Legazpi City
Mrs. Asuncion O. Uchi, Mrs. Azucena T.
Torrente, Mrs. Eleanor B. Vargas
Management Training Cum Seminar on the
Making of a Career Executive Under Aquino
Administration: A Journey to CESO Rank
September 8-11, 2011
Philippine Normal University
Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento, Dr. Ce-
sar R. Zaragosa, Mrs. Azucena T. Tor-
rente, Mrs. Medita P. Reyes
Seminar on Internal Control Structure September 13-16, 2011, Professional
Development Center, Q.C.
Mr. Rommel S. Torres
Mrs. Alice S. Rojas
Seminar on Appraisal & Disposal of
Government Properties
October 19 – 21, 2011, Professional
Development Center, Q.C.
Ms. Mercy V. Samar
Mrs. Madilyn Borromeo
Seminar on Effective and Efficient Discipline
(SEED)
August 23-25, 2011,
CSC RO 5, Legazpi City
Atty. Gregorio M. Sarmiento Jr.
Dr. Cesar R. Zaragosa
Regional Annual Convention of the Philippine
Nurses Association of the Philippines
August 27, 2011, Iriga Convention
Center, Iriga City
Mrs. Aurora B. Hibo
Workshop on Video Making and Editing with
Introduction to Simple Library Automation System
September 7- 8, 2011, Naga College
Foundation, Naga City
Mr. Virgil A. Rodriguez
Training on Frontline Service, Ethics
and Accountability
September 27- 28, 2011
Rakdell Inn, Virac, Catanduanes
Mr. Patricio D. Iñigo, Mr. Renato T. Arcilla,
Mrs. Nelly Gianan, Mrs. Maria Isabel L. dela
Hostria, Mrs. Linda T. Dela Rosa
Seminar on Enhancing Administrative Support
Services Skills
September 27- 28, 2011
Rakdell Inn, Virac, Catanduanes
Mrs. Alice S. Rojas, Mr. Nestor T. Sar-
miento, Mrs. Anabella V. Magdaraog
47
th
Annual Convention and Scientific Seminar September 28-30, 2011, Royal Man-
daya Hotel, Davao City
Mrs. Aileen A. Vargas
Annual Report 107
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89
th
Foundation Anniversary and 54
th
Nurses
Week Celebration
October 23 – 27, 2011, Waterfront
Hotel, Cebu City
Mrs. Milagros T. Gianan
Seminar on Cyber Marketing for Pinukpok
Fiber Industry
October 27-29, 2011, Bicol University,
Legazpi City
Mrs. Eleanor B. Tablizo
Mrs. Nena Santos
National Seminar on Human Relations:
Learning the Fundamentals of Getting Along
with Others and Getting Things Done
December 7-9, 2011, Tarlac State
University, Tarlac City
Mr. Ferdinand F. Ibones
Seminar on Cash Management
System Audit
November 23-25, 2011,
Hotel Kimberly, Malate, Manila
Mr. Rommel S. Torres
Mrs. Madilyn Borromeo
Mrs. Ma. Concepcion V. Marquez
Seminar on Basic Internal Control Concepts &
Internal Auditing Principles & Practices
December 7-9, 2011,
Hotel Kimberly, Malate, Manila
Mrs. Alice S. Rojas
Seminar on Enhancing the Culture of Integrity,
Accountability and Transparency
December 1-3, 2011, A&A Plaza Hotel,
Puerto Princesa City
Mr. Rommel S. Torres
Hands-on Training on Electronic Verification
and Certification Systems
November 17, 2011, Computer Arts &
Technological College, Legazpi City
Mrs. Marilyn G. Tejada
Philippine Dental Association 103
rd
Annual
Convention and Scientific Meeting
November 16- 18, 2011, SMX Convention
Center, Park, Pasay City
Dr. Rene J. Peña
Seminar on Environmental Policies,
Procedures, Requirements and Management
of Wastes and Chemicals
December 7- 9, 2011, La Piazza Hotel and
Convention Center, , Legazpi City
Dr. Cesar R. Zaragosa
Dr. Teresita J. Avila
Mr. Francis Jay O. Olonan
Seminar on Effective and Efficient
Discipline (SEED)
May 25 – 27, 2011, CSC RO 5,
Legazpi City
Mr. Ruben C. Velasco
Laws, Rules and Regulations of
Government Expenditures
July 27 – 29, 2011, Hotel Kimberly, Malate,
Manila
Mrs. Asuncion O. Uchi
Risk Management
September 21 – 23, 2011,
Hotel Kimberly, Malate, Manila
Dr. Ruben C. Velasco
Action Planning Workshop
September 13, 2011, NEDA Regional Office
V, Legazpi City
Dr. Cesar R. Zaragosa
Prof. Victoriano A. Prolles
International Conference on Innovative ICT,
CIO and Natural Disasters
October 6-7, 2011, De la Salle University,
Taft Avenue, Manila
Prof. Gemma G. Acedo
Ms. Ma. Concepcion T. Suarez
2011 National Training Workshop
on Gender and Sexuality
October 6-7, 2011, CSSP
UP Diliman, Quezon City
Atty. Gregorio M. Sarmiento Jr
Mrs. Perla A. Tolentino
Seminar Workshop on Basic Internal Control
Concepts and Internal Auditing Principles and
Practices
December 14-16, 2011,
Hotel Kimberly, Malate, Manila
Mrs. Alice S. Rojas
Seminar on The Philippine Bidding Documents
December 14-16, 2011
Hotel Kimberly, Malate, Manila
Mrs. Glenda L. De Blanco
Annual Conference of the Personnel Officers
Association of the Philippines
December 6- 9, 2011, Manila Mrs. Eleanor B. Vargas
National School Health and Nutrition Congress
December 5- 9, 2011, Benitez Hall, Teacher’s
Camp, Baguio City
Mrs. Aurora B. Hibo
Mrs. Aileen A. Vargas
Annual Report 108
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Annual Report 109

CSC BOARD OF TRUSTEES



HON. WILLIAM C. MEDRANO
Commissioner, CHED
Chairman


HON. MINERVA I. MORALES, Ed.D.
SUC President III, CSC
Vice Chairman


HON. EDGARDO J. ANGARA HON. JUAN EDGARDO M. ANGARA
Chairman, Senate Committee on Education, Chairman, Congressional Committee on Higher
Arts and Culture and Technical Education
Member Member


HON. ROMEO C. ESCANDOR HON. JOSE L. DAYAO
Director, NEDA Regional Office No. 5 Regional Executive Director, DA RFU 5
Member Member


HON. TOMAS B. BRIÑAS HON. DANILO O. MURILLO
Director, DOST Regional Office No. 5 President, Federated Faculty Association
Member Member


HON. RAFAEL C. ZUNIEGA HON. DANILO L. SILVA
President, Federated Alumni Association Private Sector Representative
Member Member

HON. FRANCIS A. GIANAN HON. GLENDA C. RIMA
Private Sector Representative President, Federated College Student Council
Member Member


MR. RENATO M. PANTI
College and Board Secretary





Annual Report 110
CENTRAL MANAGEMENT
DR. MINERVA I. MORALES - SUC President III
Mrs. Medita P. Reyes - Executive Assistant II
Mr. Renato M. Panti - Board Secretary V
Atty. Gregorio M. Sarmiento Jr. - Attorney IV
Mr. Gerry S. Rubio - Administrative Officer V, PR & Information Services
Prof. Victoriano A. Prolles - Planning Officer
Mrs. Gemma G. Acedo - Information Technology Officer
Mrs. Angelee Z. Malijan - Internal Auditor for Finance
Mr. Melchor S. Suarez - Internal Auditor for Operations
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Dr. Susan T. Santelices - VP for Academic Affairs
Dr. Lily P. Custodio - Dean, Graduate School
Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo - Dean, College of Agriculture and Fisheries
Dr. Aurora E. Araojo - Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Prof. Esperanza P. San Juan - Dean, College of Business and Accountancy
Dr. Mila D. Vela - Dean, College of Education
Prof. Jocelyn Ll. Jordan - Dean, College of Health Sciences
Engr. Emmanuel R. Soriao - Dean, College of Technology
Dr. Jocelyn T. Sorreda - OIC, Registration and Admission Services
Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman - Director, Curriculum and Instructional Media Center
Dr. Lourdes V. Rodriguez - Director, Student Services
Prof. Edna R. Iñigo - Director, Institutional Accreditation Center
Dr. Felix III C. Ma - Medical Officer IV
Dr. Laura A. Vital - Guidance, Counseling and Testing Officer
Prof. Maricel S. Cariaso - Alumni and Placement Officer
Mrs. Araceli T. Mendez - College Librarian III
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AFFAIRS
Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento – VP for Administrative & Financial Affairs
Dr. Cesar R. Zaragosa - Chief AdminisAdministrative Officer V, HRM Services
Mr. Alfredo P. Cilot - Administrative trative Officer
Mr. Santos B. Sorra - Supervising Administrative Officer
Mrs. Azucena T. Torrente - Officer V, Budget Services
Mrs. Evelina T. Vargas - Administrative Officer V, Records Services
Mr. Santos V. Magallanes - Administrative Officer V, Supply Services
Mrs. Nemia S. Go - Administrative Officer V, Cashiering Services
Mr. Necodimos S. del Agua - Accountant III
Engr. Dante G. Timajo - Engineer III
Mr. Nelson S. Romero - Security Officer III
Mrs. Josephine B. Refugio - Dormitory Manager III
Mr. Eusebio T. Torrecampo - OIC, Motorpool Services
RESEARCH, EXTENSION AND PRODUCTION AFFAIRS
Dr. Aida A. Dianela - VP for Research, Extension & Production Affairs
Prof. Estrella S. Placides - Director, Research Services
Dr. Maria S. Tugano - Director, Extension Services
Prof. Noel de Leon - Director, Corporate Business Operations
CSC PANGANIBAN CAMPUS
Dr. Ruben C. Velasco - Campus Administrator
Prof. Crispin S. Oliveros - Director, Academic, Research and Extension Services
Mrs. Asuncion O. Uchi - Director, Finance and Administrative Services
COMMISSION ON AUDIT
Mr. Eliseo Torreña - State Auditor IV/Resident Auditor
Mrs. Dirma T. Frias - State Auditor II
Mrs. Flordeliza G. Belmonte - State Auditor I
OFFICERS OF THE ADMINISTRATION
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2011
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through Quality Education
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Annual Report 111
SUC President III Minerva I. Morales
College Professor Asuncion V. Asetre
Professor VI Lily P. Custodio Susan T. Santelices Igmedio B. Teves
Professor III Aida A. Dianela Estrella S. Placides
Professor II Angelica V. Mendoza Maria S. Tugano
Professor I Rene I. Avila
Alvin C. Ogalesco
Myrna A. Santelices
Rogelio A. Tablizo
Estrella T. Tribiana
Associate Professor V Aurora E. Araojo
Anita M. Bagadiong
Richard T. Bernal
Hermelinda B. Boragay
Jocelyn Ll. Jordan
Nilo T. Gianan
Goyeta G. Pereyra
Angelita P. Sabado
Esperanza P. San Juan
Herminia A. Tabor
Angelita L. Tacorda
Linda F. Talan
Mila D. Vela
Noemi S. Zaragosa

Associate Professor IV
Amelia B. Armea
Josefina T. Buena
Fe T. Gianan
Lourdes V. Rodriguez
Sonia A. Torio
Sonia R. Vargas
Laura A. Vital

Associate Professor III
Cresencia G. Arcilla
Pedro R. Arcilla Jr.
Teresita J. Avila
Socorro T. Brillante
Janet B. Lim
Marilou R. Lopez
Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento
Rufino V. Soriao
Jocelyn T. Sorreda
Yolanda M. Tariman
Francisca A. Zuniega
Associate Professor II Salvador V. Isorena
Helen V. Leonardo
Crispin S. Oliveros Jr.
Judith S. Orsolino
Dolores J. Osido
Delia S. Sorra
Catalina T. Tabian
Ruben P. Tablizo
Norma B. Taraya
Elena G. Tasarra
Nancy B. Tubeo

Associate Professor I Juanito S. Capsa Ruben C. Velasco
Assistant Professor IV Melinda V. Abichuela
Ernesto C. Araojo
Sonia E. Arcilla
Bienvenido B. Berjuega
Helen S. Ferida
Priscilla P. Gianan
Myrna T. Herrera
Ma. Edna R. Iñigo
Noel B. de Leon
Exequiel A. Mariano Jr.
Socorro D. Masagca
Amelia A. Matienzo
Melanie D. Rojas

Emily V. Romero
Gemma M. Samas
Emmanuel R. Soriao
Belen M. Tapado
Edgar O. Tatel
Lucina T. Templonuevo
Assistant Professor III Rosalie V. Aguilar
Jose S. Alberto
Rhodora B. Cabrera
Ma. Shiela R. Gregorio
Aida I. Gomez
Jocelyn S. Ibones
Jesus B. Isorena
Pio G. Panti Jr.
Arabella T. Pereyra
Godofredo T. Sarmiento
Michael M. Traballo
Rene S. Tolod
Manuel I. Torio
Melita S. Zuniega
Assistant Professor II Eufrecina T. del Agua
Tita A. Aquino
Edna L. Bernal
Juanita V. Cervantes
Manuel I. Crispino
Leticia T. Manlangit
Eduardo D. Pena
Victoriano A. Prolles
Edilberto P. dela Rosa
Lorna A. Tablizo
Emerita L. Tugano
Pedro M. Tumaque
Assistant Professor I Salustiano L. Alcantara Jr.
Jennifer A. Berces
Imelda T. Bernal
Maricel S. Cariaso
Mercy B. Cabrera
Ma. Emmie T. Delluza
Cyril B. Francis
Ma. Luz A. Floralde
Hermes M. Gianan
Josefina A. Lareza
Ricardo M. Manoguid
Ma. Jugie R. Ramos
Mateo I. Rodriguez
Edwin T. Romero
Rico M. Romero
Epifanio V. Rubio
Trinidad M. Rumbines
Corazon B. Sicio
Eleanor B. Tablizo
Rudy P. Tablizo
Linda Z. Talan
Leticia A. Tolledo
Ofelia V. Tugano
Noemi R. Tumaque
Nimfa B. Zafe
THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL— CSC Main and Panganiban Campus
PREPARED BY
PR AND INFORMATION SERVICES
with reports from Academic Affairs,
Financial and Administrative Affairs,
Research, Extension and Production Affairs
and Central Management

PRODUCTION STAFF

Gerry S. Rubio Medita P. Reyes
Administrative Officer V Executive Assistant II
Writer/Editor/Layout & Graphics Artist Editor

Kathleen Ann T. Bautista Cyril Patrice O. Bernardino
Contractual Clerk Section Editor, CSC Statesman
Production Assistant Editorial Assistant

Minerva I Morales, Ed.D.
SUC President III
Editorial Consultant
Instructor III
Merle C. Alcantara
Maria Charlene A. Cantar
Emelita C. Castro
Corazon T. Cilot
Ananias A. Deuda
Jesus Tomas M. Gianan
Maria Chatita L. Lorenzana
Meda B. Mercado
Rosalie M. Ocillos
Marilyn B. Panti
Teresita S. Panti
Maria Antonia E. Rojas
Rey T. Soneja
Roger B. Tagle
Serelino T. Tasarra
Josephine V. Torrente
Instructor II
Gemma G. Acedo
Jennifer T. Aquino
Emmanuel R. Bernal
Nemuel B. Borromeo
Evelyn B. Capsa
Gregorio A. Eubra
Hedelissa T. Gianan
Jose G. Ong
Edna A. Pante
Ronnie B. Santelices
Milagros S. Talan
Josephine R. Tomagan
Instructor I
Rosana S. Abundo
Adelina M. Almojuela
Jennifer G. Aquino
Annie Dida S. Arcilla
Rene T. Arisapa
Mary Jane V. Bongais
Eddie R. Cabrera
Jonathan B. Capsa
Diane Rose A. Deinla
Eric V. Evangelista
Jaymund M. Floranza
Gilberto D. Garcia
Glorioso S. Gonzales
Ernesto T. Ibardaloza Jr.
Indira F. Ibardaloza
Rafael A. Icamen Jr.
Ramon S. Idanan
Lani A. Ilagan
Hilda F. de Leon
Nancy D. Magtangob
Michael Owen P. Malijan
Ditas T. Manlangit
Luz R. Manlangit
Magno G. Manlangit
Eddie S. Millon
Margie T. Molina
Amy T. Morana
Danilo O. Murillo
Joel T. Olfindo
Eleanor G. Osido
Vicente G. Padilla
Walter P. Panti
Rowel S. Salvador
Ramon F. Samonte
Joy V. Santelices
Shelly T. Santelices
Ma. Rezadel O. Santonia
Jhomann U. Socito
Maria Concepcion T. Suarez
Moreno D. Tabios Jr.
Maria Alma V. Tabirara
Joerandy C. Tablizo
Erlinda F. Tabor
Mary Elaine T. Tapel
Joselito B. Tasarra
Melvin McArthur T. Tating
Susan M. Tindugan
Rene V. Torres
Dexter M. Toyado
Jonah Dee T. Tribiana
Lilibeth I. Tubalinal
Leonor S. Turbolencia
Joseph G. Zafe
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As of December 31, 2011
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T
he Catanduanes State Colleges (CSC) was
established on June 19, 1971 through Republic Act
6341. This law, authored by Congressman Jose M.
Alberto, converted the Virac National Agricultural and
Trade School into the Catanduanes State Colleges.
When the school year 1971-1972 opened, collegiate
courses in Education, Arts and Sciences, Arts and Trade,
Commerce as well as graduate courses in Education were
offered.
On July 8, 1972, Republic Act 6590 provided for
opening of additional courses at CSC. These are Associate of
Arts in Nursing, Associate of Arts in Education, Associate in
Commerce, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in
Agriculture, Bachelor of Science in Forestry, Bachelor of
Science in Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Science in
Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Elementary
Education, Bachelor of Science in Commerce, Bachelor of Science
in Business Education, Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of
Arts in Education and Master of Arts in Commerce.
Only July 22, 1996, the 10th Congress of the Republic of the
Philippines enacted and approved Republic Act No. 8292, a law which
provided for the uniform composition and powers of the governing
boards, the manner of appointment and term of office of the president of
chartered state universities and colleges, and for other purposes. R.A. No.
8292 repealed and amended all laws, presidential decrees, executive orders,
letters of instruction and SUC charters contrary to or inconsistent with the
Act.
Pursuant to the Special Provision No. 2 of the CHED FY 1999
Budget under the General Appropriations Act of 1999 (R.A. 8745 or the
integration of CHED Supervised Institutions to State Universities and
Colleges), the Catanduanes Agricultural and Industrial College (CAIC)
was integrated to the Catanduanes State Colleges on October 31, 1999.
By virtue of Board Resolution No. 15, s. 2003 which called for the
implementation of an approved and the Revised Organizational
Structure, CSC-CAIC Annex was renamed as CSC Panganiban
Campus.
The past Presidents of the Catanduanes State Colleges were:
Mr. Pedro G. Tabuzo (1971 to 1972); Dr. Jacinto A. Medallada,
(1972 to 1986); Dr. Rodolfo V. Azanza (1986 to 1990); Dr. Adolfo
S. Bagadiong (1993 to 2003) and Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre, (2003 to
2011). Moreover, Dr. Ernestina P. Averilla, who was then head
of DECS Region V Higher Education Division, was designated
as OIC from 1990 to 1992.
CSC is currently headed by Dr. Minerva I. Morales who
was unanimously elected as the 6
th
President by the CSC Board
of Trustees on July 7, 2011.
Today, Catanduanes State Colleges is enjoying the
prestige of being the only comprehensive higher education
institution (HEI) in Catanduanes. Graded as SUC Level III,
CSC is also one of the leading government HEIs in Bicol
which offers a wide range of accredited academic programs
and with graduates topping national licensure examinations.


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