NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS

THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit”

REGION III COUNCIL

IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS ON INSPIRE A JPIAN: BASIC ACCOUNTING PROFICIENCY DRIVE

REVISION HISTORY: Version No. 1 2 Date 11/5/2012 25/5/2013 Revised By Niño Jerald M. Cruz Francis Xavier W. Ferrer Approved By Matthew U. Gopez Zheena E. Ocampo Noted By Conrad Allan M. Alviz Conrad Allan M. Alviz Details Initial Issue Second Issue

Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council

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....................... 11 EFFECTIVITY.................................................................................8 AWARDING CEREMONY .........................5 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORTS .................................................................................... 10 ENFORCEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS .....................................................................................................................................................3 OBJECTIVES........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 11 Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 2 of 12 ..............................................................................9 SEGREGATION OF EXPENSES.........................................................................8 TOP PERFORMING LOCAL CHAPTER/S .................................................. 10 REPEALING CLAUSE ....................................................................NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL TABLE OF CONTENTS BACKGROUND ................................................................ 10 SEPARABILITY CLAUSE....................................................................................3 MODULES .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7 COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION .................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS......................................................6 PROVINCIAL CO-PROJECT HEADS ...................................................4 SUGGESTED PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES .....4 MENTORS’ GUILD .........................................................................9 LOGISTICS...................................3 QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7 TOP PERFORMING STUDENTS ..................................................

Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 3 of 12 .docx) Endorsement Letter from the JPIA Local Chapter President and Adviser (scanned copy) Endorsement Letter of Mentor/s duly signed by the Adviser School and JPIA Logo (soft copy and high resolution) All the requirements shall be sent via email at nfjpiar3. This project shall be adopted by different Local Chapters. the Local Chapter does not need to submit the individual Application Forms to the Council. OBJECTIVES To help the freshmen students in strengthening their basic learning foundation in the basic accounting course. coinciding with the academic year.xlsx).com on or before June 30. Each Local Chapter must submit the following requirements: Duly accomplished Application Form (soft copy) (Please see Local_Chapter _Application Form. 2013.Y. To build and strengthen the relationship between freshmen members and older members of the Organization. with a prescribe syllabus and each Local Chapter shall create the Mentor’s Guild to serve as the reviewe rs. the Council shall give a comprehensive examination for all the reviewees. to assess the achievement level of the participants. NFJPIA-R3 shall also provide the Application Forms for Mentors’ Guild (Please see Mentor's_Guild_Application Form.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL BACKGROUND Inspire a JPIAN: (Basic Accounting Proficiency Drive) is an academic project of NFJPIA-R3 Region III Council which aims towards the strengthening of the basic accounting theories and practices of the young members of the Organization. However.docx). The Local Chapter shall submit only the list of Mentors’ Guild and the list of participants to the Council (Please see Basic_Accounting_Proficiency_Drive Summary. QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Inspire a JPIAN: Basic Accounting Proficiency Drive is open to all Local Chapters and students who are taking Fundamentals of Accounting I and are bona fide members of the NFJPIA-R3 Council F. To motivate the freshmen students to do well in their chosen field of specialization and to pursue accountancy as their profession in the future. this project is designed to help each Local Chapter in motivating freshmen students to pursue accountancy as their profession in the future. 2013 – 2014. Moreover.vpacademics1314@gmail. in all seven provinces.docx) and reviewees (Please see Reviewee_Application_Form. Moreover. To maintain an open communication line among members and to allow the freshmen students to consult the older members of the Organization in the field of academics and to allow the older members of the Organization to inspire and provide guidance to the freshmen students. The duration of the project is for one semester.

Posting and Adjusting the Accounts (2 hours)  Module 4 . The Council has proposed program modules.  To serve as proctors during the comprehensive examinations.Completing the Accounting Cycle(3 hours)  Module 5 – Comprehensive Illustration (Service Company) (1.  To serve as consultants of the freshmen students on day to day basis. the participating Local Chapter could adapt their own modules based on their curriculum.  Must have at least passed the same course (Basic Accounting) satisfactorily. 3rd year. However. 4th year or 5th year Accountancy Student/s.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL MODULES The Inspire a JPIAN: Basic Accounting Proficiency Drive shall comprise the following modules and their corresponding minimum number of hours:  Module 1 . could change the number of hours per module or could modify the contents of the materials to make the project more responsive on the needs of its members. However. defined minimum number of hours per module and shall provide the handouts to be used for the program. the NFJPIA-R3 Council must be notified regarding the modification. OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:  Must have a good oral communication and interpersonal skills.Summarizing.Accounting and its Environment (2 hours)  Module 2 – Identifying and Recording Accountable Events (2 hours)  Module 3 . The Mentors’ Guild shall have the following responsibilities: BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES:  To serve as instructors of the freshmen students during the each sessions. MENTORS’ GUILD Local Chapters shall create a Mentors’ Guild who shall comprise of competent student /s and shall serve as the facilitators of each session.  Must be appointed by the JPIA officers duly approved by the JPIA Adviser .5 Hours) NFJPIA-R3 Council shall provide the proposed handouts for each module. The Mentors’ Guild shall have the following qualifications: BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be a 2nd year.5 hours)  Module 6 – Comprehensive Illustration (Merchandising Company) (2 hours)  Module 7 – Payroll Accounting (1. Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 4 of 12 .  Must be approachable and willing to entertain questions.

Mentors’ Guild shall undergo a short training to be facilitated by the JPIA Adviser or any professor from the school to prepare them in conducting each session. Summarizing and Adjusting the Accounts ( 2nd week of August) Discussion 60 mins Seatwork 30 mins Open 30 mins 2 hours Page 5 of 12 Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council . Local Chapter/s could modify the program depending on the curriculum or any other matters as the Local Chapter deemed necessary. Identifying and Recording Accountable Events (4th week of July – 1st week of August) 2 hours 3. Local Chapters may adopt their own process of selecting the members of the Mentors ’ Guild and the number of mentors shall be based on the number of expected participants each session.  To encourage and motivate the freshmen students to study harder and pursue the accounting program. Accounting and its Environment ( 2nd – 3rd Week of July) TIME ALLOTMENT Discussion 60 mins Seatwork 30 mins Open Forum 30 mins Discussion 60 mins Seatwork 30 mins Open Forum 30 mins 2 hours 2. MODULE 1. Classifying.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL INHERENT RESPONSIBILITIES:  To monitor the progress of the participants during the each session. The short training course shall include the following topics:  Orientation of the NFJPIA-R3 Inspire a JPIAN: Basic Accounting Proficiency Drive Project Description Project Objectives  Roles and Responsibilities of Mentors’ Guild  Modules  Class Schedule  Method of Instruction  Topics / Items that needs to be highlighted during the review SUGGESTED PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES There shall be a suggested program of activities during the conduct of the activity. However.

However. Comprehensive Illustration Company (1st Week of September) - Merchandising Discussion 60 mins Seatwork 30 mins Open Forum 30 mins 2 hours 7. It is to be done a week after finishing one module. Payroll Accounting (2nd Week of September) TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS Discussion 30 mins Seatwork 30 mins Open Forum 30 mins 1.5 hours 5.5 hours 6. Each LC could also modify each module depending on the needs of its members.5 hours ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORTS Each Local chapter need not to follow the sequence of the modules as proposed by the Council. each Local chapter is required to submit accomplishment reports (please see Accomplishment_Report. Comprehensive Illustration . The accomplishment report shall include the following:  Accomplishment form specifying what module/s has been done and the accomplishment date.5 hours 13.  Duly accomplished evaluation form of Mentors’ Guild for the Reviewees (this includes the assessment of the mentors with regards to the learning of the reviewees in a specific module) Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 6 of 12 .Service Company (5th week of August) 1.  Scanned attendance sheet of the attendees.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL Forum 4. It may be done on a different sequence depending on the course outline of the Local Chapter or any other basis as the Local Chapter deemed necessary. Completing the Accounting Cycle (3rd week – 4th week of August) Discussion 90 mins Seatwork 30 mins Open Forum 30 mins Discussion 30 mins Seatwork 30 mins Open Forum 30 mins 2. This is done primarily in order for the council to verify the progress of the activity.rar) after finishing a module.

Moreover. certificates of completion shall be awarded to those who were present in the Examination Proper.com seven (7) days after the completion of a specific module. This will also serve as the basis for identifying the top performing students and top performing local chapter/s across the region. All the requirements shall be sent via email at nfjpiar3. and  To monitor and serve as watchers and record-keepers during the conduct of the comprehensive examinations.  To help each LC in the conduct of Materializing the Activity.  The comprehensive examination shall be divided into two parts:  Foundations of Basic Accounting (Modules 1 to 4)  Applications of Basic Accounting Concepts (Modules 5 to 7) Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 7 of 12 .  All reviewees are eligible take the comprehensive examination as long as their local chapter adopted the program.  To conduct a door-to-door visit of each Local Chapter at least twice during the semester.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL  *Duly accomplished evaluation form of Reviewees for the Mentors (this includes the assessment of the reviewees with regards to the teachings of the Mentor) *Each Local Chapter must obtain a sample equivalent to 5% of the attendees (or five samples whichever is higher) of each module.vpacademics1314@gmail. The following are the provincial co-project head for this activity:  Bulacan – Roy James Enrile  Pampanga – Reneil Jay Tumamak  Nueva Ecija – Mark Arvin Francisco  Bataan – John Kendrick Pajarin  Zambales – John Kendrick Pajarin  Tarlac – Echo Rivera The responsibilities of each Co-Project Head are the following:  To act as a Liaison Officer of the Regional Council. COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION Comprehensive Examination is primarily done for the purpose of measuring the achievement level of the reviewees and the success of the activity. PROVINCIAL CO-PROJECT HEADS There are delegated provincial co-project heads to instigate close monitoring among local chapter in their respective area of jurisdiction. The following guidelines must be observed in the conduct of the Comprehensive Examination:  Comprehensive Examination is a multiple choice type of examination and each examinee is given an answer sheet to be submitted at the end of the examination.

A per capita (per person) Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 8 of 12 . The Local Chapter and Mentors’ Guild shall also fill out an evaluation form and provide feedback on the program and to give recommendations on how to further improve the project.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL  The Comprehensive Examination shall be facilitated by the Mentors’ Guild and assigned REOs in each province and shall follow the following schedule:  7:30 am – 8:00 am Registration  8:00 am – 12:00 am Exam Proper (Part 1 and 2)  12:00 am – 1:00 pm Lunch Break  1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Solutions Giving  3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Open Forum  3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Distribution of Certificates of Completion and Closing Remarks  All participants shall fill out an evaluation form to allow them to provide feedback about the mentors and the sessions in general.A ZERO-BASED AVERAGE 100% 100% RELATIVE WEIGHT 2/5 3/5 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 40% 60% 100% TOP 3 STUDENTS PER LOCAL CHAPTER Aside from the regional topnothers.  The Top Performing Local Chapter/s shall receive certificate of recognition and gift packs from NFJPIA Region III Council. top 3 students per Local Chapter shall also be given recognition.A) of the two sets of exam computed on a zero-based percentage.  The Top 3 of each local chapter shall receive certificates from the Council. The Council shall consolidate the results of the exam and shall determine the top performing students and top performing school.W.W. TOP PERFORMING STUDENTS REGIONAL TOP 10 PERFORMING STUDENTS The 10 Top Performing students across the region shall be identified based on General Weighted Average (G.W.  Answer sheets should be forwarded to the provincial co-project head for checking.  The overall Top 10 shall receive medals and certificates from the Council. TOP PERFORMING LOCAL CHAPTER/S The Top Performing Local Chapter/s shall be identified based on the following criteria:  Must have garnered the highest G. They will be identified on the same basis of the Regional Topnotchers. It must be submitted to NFJPIA-R3 Council together with the scores of all the participants in an excel sheet within five days after the date of the Comprehensive Examination. The respective weights of the two sets of exam were as follows: EXAMINATION Foundations of Basic Accounting Applications of Basic Accounting G.

00 Photocopying Fee (Solution Manual) – 10. Certificates of Appreciation for the Mentors  Token of Appreciation for the Mentors  Medals for the Top 10 and Plaque for the Top Performing Local Chapter Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 9 of 12 .00 broken down into: Photocopying Fee (Examination Paper) – P 10. In case.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL G. The Local Chapter shall shoulder the cost of the venue and food (if any). Angeles City.W.65% 90. The Council shall also provide the medals for the overall top 10 of the comprehensive exam and certificates for the top 3 students of the comprehensive exam per Local Chapter.A per Capita: 79.80% G. NFJPIA-R3 shall shoulder the cost of certificates of participation and recognition. The following expenses shall be shouldered by each EXAMINEE:  Examination fee amounting to P20. Local Chapters who could not attend to the awarding ceremony could get their prizes to the NFJPIA-R3 Office located at St.A per capita shall be determined as follows: LOCAL CHAPTER: XYZ Summary of G. the awarding ceremony must be done on the most convenient place in terms of transportation. SEGREGATION OF EXPENSES The following expenses shall be shouldered by the LOCAL CHAPTER:  Photocopying and printing of the modules and the key to correction  Rent for the Venue (if any)  Food for the Mentors and for the Attendees (if any)  Supplies like Chalk.00 The following expenses shall be shouldered by the NFJPIA Region III Council:  Certificates of Completion. Systems Plus College Foundation. Whiteboard Markers etc. The Top performing Local Chapter could bid a venue for it. Balibago.44% 77.As NAME OF EXAMINEE Francis Xavier Wahing Ferrer Total # of Examinees: 4 GENERAL WEIGHTED AVERAGE 84. Matthew Building. there are two or more top performing local chapters.53%  Must have send at least 30 students in the comprehensive examination AWARDING CEREMONY A Formal Awarding Ceremony may be done as a long a there is an agreement between the Council and the LCs. Certificate of Recognition.W.W.22% 65.

The Local Chapter has the responsibility to look for a venue each session. The Local Chapter shall also consider using a sound system in case of big venue and the student sitting at the back might have a difficulty of hearing the mentors. electric fans. E. submitted to them by the Regional Vice President for Academics. invalidate. which are deemed unnecessary. 3. C. The Local Chapter shall select a venue that could accommodate all the participants of each session. The Council shall be vested with the exclusive power to revise and amend the Implementing Rules and Regulations. The Regional Adviser or his duly designated representative shall act as legal adviser to the Regional Vice President for Academics and the Council and shall render legal assistance as may be necessary in carrying out the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations. stating the reasons thereto. but shall be Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 10 of 12 . The Council also has the sole right to interpret the contents of this Implementing Rules & Regulations and their decision will be binding and irrevocable. chairs. 2. The final decision on any inclusions and exclusions to this Implementing Rules and Regulations must be determined by a majority vote of all Regional Executive Officers in which the Regional Vice President for Academics is included. paragraph or part of this Implementing Rules and Regulations shall be declared unconstitutional or invalid. Any amendments to or revisions to this Implementing Rules and Regulations may be proposed by any member of any local chapter upon a written request of such member. ENFORCEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS A. B. AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS A. provision. such judgment shall not affect. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE If any clause. The Local Chapter shall prepare their own request letters to reserve the facilities needed for each session.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL LOGISTICS 1. editing and final approval and to be noted by the Regional Adviser. NFJPIA-R3 Council could provide assistance to the Local Chapter through provincial co-project head by providing templates of Request Letter to the Dean and Adviser of each Local Chapter to request the free use of rooms. light and other facilities needed to conduct the sessions upon request of the Local Chapter. properly illuminated and conducive for learning to allow the students to maintain focus. Amendments to particular provisions in this Implementing Rules and Regulations shall be allowed provided that such amendments will be communicated to stakeholders at least two weeks before it could take effect. Any request for amendments and revisions as well as proposed amendments must initially be reviewed by the Regional Vice President for Academics then to be forwarded to the Regional Executive Officers for discussion. It shall be the primary duty of the Regional Vice President for Academics to effectively enforce the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations. B. The venue should be well ventilated. or impair any other part hereof. The Regional Executive Officers shall have the right to debunk any proposed revisions and amendments. D.

Ferrer Regional Vice President for Academics Systems Plus College Foundation APPROVED BY: ________________________________________ Zheena E. EFFECTIVITY This Implementing Rules and Regulations shall take effect immediately after its presentation and approval from the Assembly. 2013. paragraph or part directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment has been rendered. Promulgated in the City of Pampanga this 9th day of June. REPEALING CLAUSE Any rule and regulation or resolution or part/s thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL merely confined to the clause. provision. Ocampo Regional President Systems Plus College Foundation ________________________________________ Emil Julius T. PREPARED BY: _____________________________________________ Francis Xavier W. David Regional Vice President for Non Academics Holy Angel University Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 11 of 12 .

Rivera Regional Vice President for Membership Tarlac State University ________________________________________ John Kendrick H. Enrile Regional Secretary General Baliuag University Implementing Rules and Regulations – Inspire a JPIAN National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III Council Page 12 of 12 . Harve Regional Vice President for Communications University of the Assumption ________________________________________ Jane T. Antonio Regional Vice President for Finance Wesleyan University – Philippines ________________________________________ Enrico C.NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 – 2014 “R3: Reaching Greater Heights – Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit” REGION III COUNCIL ________________________________________ Leila Victoria R. Pajarin Regional Vice President for Audit Colegio de San Juan de Letran – Bataan ________________________________________ Adrianne B. Villanueva Regional Vice President for Media Wesleyan University – Philippines ________________________________________ Roy James S.