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1. SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS

Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the
program and its conformity to RA 6541 - National Building Code of the Philippines and PD
856 - Code of Sanitation of the Philippine.

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Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the
program and its conformity to RA 6541 - National Building Code of the Philippines and
PD 856 - Code of Sanitation of the Philippine.

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SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS -4- . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the program and its conformity to RA 6541 .National Building Code of the Philippines and PD 856 .Code of Sanitation of the Philippine. 1.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the program and its conformity to RA 6541 . 1.Code of Sanitation of the Philippine. SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS -5- .National Building Code of the Philippines and PD 856 .

SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS -6- . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the program and its conformity to RA 6541 . 1.National Building Code of the Philippines and PD 856 .Code of Sanitation of the Philippine.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the program and its conformity to RA 6541 .National Building Code of the Philippines and PD 856 .Code of Sanitation of the Philippine. SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS -7- . 1.

Code of Sanitation of the Philippine.National Building Code of the Philippines and PD 856 . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the program and its conformity to RA 6541 . -8- .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 1. SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS Approved Building plan showing the location of the laboratory rooms/shops utilized in the program and its conformity to RA 6541 .National Building Code of the Philippines and PD 856 .Code of Sanitation of the Philippine. 2. IMPLEMENTATION Computer/Network/Microcontroller Laboratory -9- .

first aid kits. multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory Computer/Network/Microcontroller Laboratory . fire extinguishers. equipment.10 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Epson Inkjet L220 Printer White Screen Projector i Logic UPS Mitsui AVR Secure AVR Avaya IP Phone Furniture.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Catalyst 2950 Switch 24 port 10/100 Nortel Gigabit Lan 24 port Network Rack Crimping Tool D-Link Wireless N150 Router Aceduino Microcontroller (Replica of Arduino Uno) Furniture. multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory . equipment. fire extinguishers. first aid kits.11 - .

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multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory Chemistry Laboratory . equipment. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Raspberry Pi 3 Accesories Raspberry Pi 3 Furniture. first aid kits.13 - . fire extinguishers.

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15 - . first aid kits. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Furniture. multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory Chemistry Laboratory . equipment. fire extinguishers.

16 - . first aid kits. fire extinguishers. equipment. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Furniture. multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory Chemistry Laboratory .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Furniture. fire extinguishers. first aid kits. multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory . equipment.17 - .

18 - . first aid kits. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 50” SMART TV LED PROJECTOR 2 AIRCONDITIONED UNITS DVD PLAYER AND A SET OF SPEAKERS 70 CHAIRS PROJECTOR SCREEN Multimedia Center Furniture. equipment. fire extinguishers. multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory LABORATORY OPERATIONS MANUAL .

fire extinguishers.19 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Furniture. multimedia center and other paraphernalia in the laboratory Certification of Conformity to RA 6541 & PD 856 . equipment. first aid kits.

m. Fire extinguisher is located at the stock room. Computer Laboratory 80 sq. PE. water outlets and sinks.20 - . h.m. Computer/Technology Shop Speech. Additional computers and installation of new programs for computer laboratories. materials and equipment Laboratory and operation manuals in actual use. Instrumentation Room 50 sq. Medicine cabinets are available in some laboratory rooms. f. Multi-media center is available at room 308. gas installation. j. Biology Laboratory 50 sq.m. e. i. The speech laboratory is equipped with some devices used in Communication Arts.m. Laboratories are properly lighted and ventilated for effective learning c. Physics laboratory rooms are rehabilitated and renovated to accommodate modern tools and equipments. There is a regular purchase of laboratory supplies.m. Brief description of each laboratory room (Natural Science. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES CHED-Required Existing in the Not Existing in Remarks Laboratory Institution the Institution (include floor Area) Chemistry Laboratory 60 sq. The Chemistry and Biology laboratories were provided with laboratory tables. . a. d. etc. g. Physics Laboratory 50 sq. Laboratory layout conforms to acceptable standard for the program b.

Technical writing (Organization.Laboratory Manual in 1.Laboratory Manual in Organic Chemistry 2.Workbook in Algebra Laboratory 2. The Humanities in World literature 3. Chemistry 1. Form and content) 4. OM for Spectrophotometer Chemistry 1 2. Oral Communications for Technical students 3. Physics 1. OM for Rotary evaporator 2.Workbook in Applied Mathematics 4.Laboratory manual in 3. OM for Gas Chromatography Chemistry 2 3. Laboratory Manual in Mechanics and Fluids (Physics 1 Lab) 4. Basic Communication and Thinking Skills in English 5.Workbook in Integral Calculus 3.Workbook in Analytical Geometry 4.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Name of Laboratory Laboratory Manual Operation Manuals (OM Available Available) 1.Worktext in Chemistry 1 4.Worktext in Chemistry 2 5.Laboratory Manual in Biology 9. Laboratory Manual Laboratory in PHY 1C (General Physics) 2.Laboratory Manual in Analytical Chemistry 8.Laboratory Manual I Analytical Chemistry 6. Laboratory Manual in Mechanics (Physics 1A Lab) 3. Technical Writing Laboratory 2.Laboratory Manual in Analytical Chemistry 7. English 1. Mathematics 1. Laboratory Manual in Fluids and Thermodynamics .21 - .

Fluids and Thermodynamics (Physics A Lab) 6.22 - . Laboratory Manual in Mechanics. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES (Physics 2A Lab) 5. Laboratory Manual in Electromagnetism (Physics 2B Lab) 7. Laboratory Manual in Thermodynamics and Electromagnetism 1. OUTCOMES CHEMISTRY LABORATORY .

23 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES General Chemistry Laboratory room Fume hood Faucet in each laboratory table Eyewash Demonstration table Gas outlet in each laboratory table Gas outlet in the demonstration table Laboratories are adequately equipped and well-maintained BIOLOGY LABORATORY .

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Autoclave

Refrigerator Laboratory tables and stools

Materials for demonstration

Laboratories are adequately equipped and well-maintained

COMPUTER LABORATORY

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Laboratory 1

Laboratory 2 / Network Laboratory

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Laboratory 3

Laboratories are adequately equipped and well-maintained

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES PHYSICS LABORATORY Sink Electric outlets .27 - .

Conductivity A bulb placed Detects Chemistry 1 Faculty in- Apparatus in a wooden compounds as charge base strong electrolytes.28 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Activity table and laboratory stools Demonstration table Laboratories are adequately equipped and well-maintained Equipments and Supplies Functional locally improvised apparatuses a. Chemistry Laboratory Name of Brief Purpose/Function Subject Fabricator Apparatus Description Where it is used 1. weak and non . Tyndall Wooden box Use to classify Chemistry 2 Faculty in- Effect with a bulb colloids from charge Apparatus and sample solution and holder inside suspension 2.

Laboratory Description Purpose/ Subject Fabricator Apparatus Function Where it is Used Ohm’s Law Resistors connected in To verify the Physics 2L Physics Apparatus series. law of Physics 1CL charge of conservation of Physics 1AL the Physics momentum Physics AL laboratory using the grooved track.5 meter To study the Physics 1L Faculty-in- with ticker long that serves as a motion of a Physics 1CL charge of timer ramp for the cart. framed in a rectangular resistance. It has body moving Physics 1AL the Physics an oval buzzer that along an Physics AL laboratory serves as the ticker timer.58 meter To study Physics 1L Faculty-in- Atwood’s long with attached Newton’s Physics 1CL charge of machine pulley. Physics Laboratory Laboratory Description Purpose/ Subject Fabricator Apparatus Function Where it is Used Inclined plane Wooden plane 1. Improvised Wooden stand 1. Dynamic Kit Wooden stand with metal To verify the 1st Physics 1L Faculty-in- Stand bar at both sides. resistance in laboratory series and parallel circuit . Plug-type 10 Ω -carbon-type To determine Physics 2L Faculty-in- resistor box resistors connected in the current. objects. potentiometer. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES electrolytes b. the coefficient Physics 1AL charge of of static friction Physics AL the Physics between two laboratory wooden surfaces.. Physics AL laboratory Dynamic kit Rectangular wooden box To determine Physics 1L Faculty-in- box with pulley.5 To locate the Physics 1L TUP made cm x 12 cm)wood used center of Physics 1AL as a stand in determining gravity of an Physics AL the center of gravity of object. Grooved track Aluminum track attached To verify the Physics 1L Faculty-in- in a wooden frame. Physics 2BL charge of series framed in a plastic voltage and the Physics rectangular box. inclined plane. condition of Physics 1CL charge of equilibrium Physics 1AL the Physics Physics AL laboratory Knife Edge Triangular (3. and plastic box.29 - . relationship of Physics 2BL Faculty and toggle switch voltage.5cm x 8. second law of Physics 1AL the Physics motion. current as stated in the Ohm’s law.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES connections. current. Chemistry Laboratory CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Acid burette 50 mL 10 . copper and the resistivity Physics 2BL Redentor galvanized iron wire.30 - . voltmeter. Resistance wire Different wires made of To determine Physics 2L Prof. power supply. and a potentiometer framed in an acrylic rectangular box. nichrome. Janaban ammeter. Biology Laboratory CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Petri dish 24 2 Refrigerator 1 3 Binocular microscope 1 4 Monocular microscope 1 5 Pressure cooker 1 6 Screw cap test tubes 12 7 Test tubes small 60 8 Test tubes big 500 9 Pipettes 24 10 Electric stoves 2 B. materials. voltage the Physics and resistance laboratory in series and parallel circuit connections. of various A. Bulb house Three flashlight bulbs To determine Physics 2L Faculty-in- framed in a plastic the amount of Physics 2BL charge of rectangular box. Inventory of functional equipment based on CHED minimum requirements A.

100 mL 20 5 Beaker 250.31 - . 25. 500 mL 8 6 Binocular microscope 2 7 Blue Litmus paper 6 box 8 Bomb calorimeter 1 9 Bunsen burner 20 10 Centrifuge machine 2 CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing Available (if available) Equipments 11 Clay triangle 40 12 Condenser 2 13 Converter 10 14 Crucible with cover. 100 mL 31 Heating Mantle/hot plate 2 32 Improvised Laminar Flow 1 33 Iron stand metal 27 34 Kjedahl Apparatus 1 . 18 porcelain 15 Cultured test tube 12 16 Distilling flak 250 mL 16 17 Distilling flask 500 mL 3 18 DO meter 2 19 Drill burner 6 20 Electric Stove 2 21 Erlenmeyer flask 1L 3 22 Erlenmeyer flask 250 mL 25 23 Erlenmeyer flask 500 mL 16 24 Evaporating dish 22 25 Filter paper 1 box 26 Florence flask 250 mL 16 27 Fume Hood 2 28 Funnel 16 29 Gas chromatography 1 30 Graduated Cylinder 10.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 2 Alcohol lamp 22 3 Base Burette 50 mL 10 4 Beaker 50. 20 50.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 35 Magnetic stirrer/hot plate 2 36 Microscope 3 37 Monocular microscope 1 38 Multi-tester AC/DC 12 39 Oven 2 40 Petri dish 12 CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 41 pH Meter portable 3 42 Pipettes 24 43 Pipettes 10 44 Polarimeter 1 45 Pressure cooker 1 46 Red Litmus Paper 6 box 47 Refrigerator 1 48 Rotary Evaporator 1 49 Screw cap test tubes 12 50 Sox let Apparatus 3 51 Test tube big 100 52 Test tube small 60 53 Thermometers 3 54 Top Loading/Electronic 1 Balance 55 Triple beam balance 18 56 Triple Beam Balances 18 57 Tripod 12 58 Visible Spectrophotometer 1 59 Volumetric flask 100 mL 6 60 Volumetric flask 1000 mL 6 61 Volumetric flask 50 mL 6 62 Volumetric flask 500 mL 5 63 Watch glass large 28 64 Watch glass small 16 65 Water bath 24 66 Wire gauze 10 .32 - .

33 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES C. Physics Laboratory CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Centripetal Motion 1 Conservation of Linear 2 1 Momentum 3 Electrical Circuit 1 Electrical Devices and their 4 1 Circuit connections Electromotive Force and 5 1 Internal Resistance 6 First condition of Equilibrium 1 7 Heat Transfer 1 8 Kirchoff's Law 1 Magnetic field of a current 9 1 and electromagnet Magnetization ad 10 1 Demagmetization 11 Meassurement 1 Mechanical Equivalent of 12 1 Heat 13 Multimeter 1 Newton's Second Law of 14 1 Motion 15 Ohm's Law 1 16 Resistance of a conductor 1 17 Thermal Resistance 1 Uniformly Accelerated 18 1 Motion 19 Wheatstone Bridge 1 .

34 - . BEST PRACTICES  Laboratory equipment. SUPPLIES AND MATERIAL 1. Multimedia CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 LCD projector 1 2 40” FHD TV 1 3 Speaker 1 set 4 Chairs 70 5 Air con 2 2. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES D. EQUIPMENT. B. supplies and materials are kept in separate stock rooms  There is a continuous upgrade laboratory equipments  Laboratory layout conforms to acceptable standard for the program  Laboratories are properly lighted and ventilated for effective learning  All laboratories are well-equipped and maintained. SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS . Computer Laboratory CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Computer 30 2 Printer 1 3 OHP 1 4 Electric Fan 10 5 Air con 3 E.

35 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Chemistry Laboratory Fume hood Desiccators Microscope Gas Chromatography Spectrophotometer Polarimeter Rotary Evaporator Centrifuge High Performance Liquid Chromatography Reagents .

36 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Analytical Balance Viscometer Developing Chamber Conductivity Apparatus Tyndall Effect Apparatus Improvised Apparatus Laboratory Tables and Stools Demonstration Table Oven Furnace Refrigerator Lab Safety Chart First Aid Kit Eye Wash .

37 - .BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Waste Jars Fire extinguishers 50” SMART TV LED PROJECTOR .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 2 AIRCONDITIONED UNITS DVD PLAYER AND A SET OF SPEAKERS 70 CHAIRS PROJECTOR SCREEN Multimedia Center Physics Stockroom .38 - .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Sink Electric Outlets Activity table and laboratory stools Demonstration table 2. IMPLEMENTATION .39 - .

Tyndall Wooden box Use to classify Chemistry 2 Faculty in- Effect with a bulb colloids from charge Apparatus and sample solution and holder inside suspension 4.5 meter To study the Physics 1L Faculty-in- with ticker long that serves as a motion of a Physics 1CL charge of timer ramp for the cart. It has body moving Physics 1AL the Physics an oval buzzer that along an Physics AL laboratory . Physics Laboratory Laboratory Description Purpose/ Subject Fabricator Apparatus Function Where it is Used Inclined plane Wooden plane 1.40 - . weak and non electrolytes b. Conductivity A bulb placed Detects Chemistry 1 Faculty in- Apparatus in a wooden compounds as charge base strong electrolytes. Chemistry Laboratory Name of Brief Purpose/Function Subject Fabricator Apparatus Description Where it is used 3. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Record of utilization of laboratory supplies and material Functional locally improvised apparatuses a.

Bulb house Three flashlight bulbs To determine Physics 2L Faculty-in- framed in a plastic the amount of Physics 2BL charge of rectangular box. objects. potentiometer. of various A.41 - . Grooved track Aluminum track attached To verify the Physics 1L Faculty-in- in a wooden frame. current. Physics AL laboratory Dynamic kit Rectangular wooden box To determine Physics 1L Faculty-in- box with pulley. condition of Physics 1CL charge of equilibrium Physics 1AL the Physics Physics AL laboratory Knife Edge Triangular (3. framed in a rectangular resistance. Laboratory Description Purpose/ Subject Fabricator Apparatus Function Where it is Used Ohm’s Law Resistors connected in To verify the Physics 2L Physics Apparatus series. voltage the Physics and resistance laboratory in series and parallel circuit connections. the coefficient Physics 1AL charge of of static friction Physics AL the Physics between two laboratory wooden surfaces.5cm x 8. relationship of Physics 2BL Faculty and toggle switch voltage.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES serves as the ticker timer. Improvised Wooden stand 1. . Dynamic Kit Wooden stand with metal To verify the 1st Physics 1L Faculty-in- Stand bar at both sides. nichrome. Plug-type 10 Ω -carbon-type To determine Physics 2L Faculty-in- resistor box resistors connected in the current. Resistance wire Different wires made of To determine Physics 2L Prof. resistance in laboratory series and parallel circuit connections. second law of Physics 1AL the Physics motion. materials. current as stated in the Ohm’s law. and plastic box.58 meter To study Physics 1L Faculty-in- Atwood’s long with attached Newton’s Physics 1CL charge of machine pulley.. law of Physics 1CL charge of conservation of Physics 1AL the Physics momentum Physics AL laboratory using the grooved track. Physics 2BL charge of series framed in a plastic voltage and the Physics rectangular box.5 To locate the Physics 1L TUP made cm x 12 cm)wood used center of Physics 1AL as a stand in determining gravity of an Physics AL the center of gravity of object. copper and the resistivity Physics 2BL Redentor galvanized iron wire. inclined plane. Janaban ammeter. voltmeter.

100 mL 20 5 Beaker 250.42 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES power supply. Chemistry Laboratory CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Acid burette 50 mL 10 2 Alcohol lamp 22 3 Base Burette 50 mL 10 4 Beaker 50. Inventory of functional equipment based on CHED minimum requirements A. 500 mL 8 6 Binocular microscope 2 7 Blue Litmus paper 6 box 8 Bomb calorimeter 1 . Biology Laboratory CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Petri dish 24 2 Refrigerator 1 3 Binocular microscope 1 4 Monocular microscope 1 5 Pressure cooker 1 6 Screw cap test tubes 12 7 Test tubes small 60 8 Test tubes big 500 9 Pipettes 24 10 Electric stoves 2 B. and a potentiometer framed in an acrylic rectangular box.

100 mL 31 Heating Mantle/hot plate 2 32 Improvised Laminar Flow 1 33 Iron stand metal 27 34 Kjedahl Apparatus 1 35 Magnetic stirrer/hot plate 2 36 Microscope 3 37 Monocular microscope 1 38 Multi-tester AC/DC 12 39 Oven 2 40 Petri dish 12 . 20 50. 25.43 - . 18 porcelain 15 Cultured test tube 12 16 Distilling flak 250 mL 16 17 Distilling flask 500 mL 3 18 DO meter 2 19 Drill burner 6 20 Electric Stove 2 21 Erlenmeyer flask 1L 3 22 Erlenmeyer flask 250 mL 25 23 Erlenmeyer flask 500 mL 16 24 Evaporating dish 22 25 Filter paper 1 box 26 Florence flask 250 mL 16 27 Fume Hood 2 28 Funnel 16 29 Gas chromatography 1 30 Graduated Cylinder 10.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 9 Bunsen burner 20 10 Centrifuge machine 2 CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing Available (if available) Equipments 11 Clay triangle 40 12 Condenser 2 13 Converter 10 14 Crucible with cover.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments/Apparatus Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 41 pH Meter portable 3 42 Pipettes 24 43 Pipettes 10 44 Polarimeter 1 45 Pressure cooker 1 46 Red Litmus Paper 6 box 47 Refrigerator 1 48 Rotary Evaporator 1 49 Screw cap test tubes 12 50 Sox let Apparatus 3 51 Test tube big 100 52 Test tube small 60 53 Thermometers 3 54 Top Loading/Electronic 1 Balance 55 Triple beam balance 18 56 Triple Beam Balances 18 57 Tripod 12 58 Visible Spectrophotometer 1 59 Volumetric flask 100 mL 6 60 Volumetric flask 1000 mL 6 61 Volumetric flask 50 mL 6 62 Volumetric flask 500 mL 5 63 Watch glass large 28 64 Watch glass small 16 65 Water bath 24 66 Wire gauze 10 C. Physics Laboratory Equipments .44 - .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES CMO-required Quantity of Supply Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Centripetal Motion 1 Conservation of Linear 2 1 Momentum 3 Electrical Circuit 1 Electrical Devices and their 4 1 Circuit connections Electromotive Force and 5 1 Internal Resistance 6 First condition of Equilibrium 1 7 Heat Transfer 1 8 Kirchoff's Law 1 Magnetic field of a current 9 1 and electromagnet Magnetization ad 10 1 Demagmetization 11 Meassurement 1 Mechanical Equivalent of 12 1 Heat 13 Multimeter 1 Newton's Second Law of 14 1 Motion 15 Ohm's Law 1 16 Resistance of a conductor 1 17 Thermal Resistance 1 Uniformly Accelerated 18 1 Motion 19 Wheatstone Bridge 1 D.45 - . Computer Laboratory CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 Computer 30 2 Printer 1 .

OUTCOMES Inventory of Apparatus / Chemicals (SY 2015-2016) Apparatus Specifications Quantity Graduated cylinder 10 mL 10 pcs 25 mL 20pcs 50 mL 18 pcs 100 mL 24 pcs Beaker 50 mL 12 pcs 100 mL 12 pcs 250 mL 30 pcs 500 mL 26 pcs 1L 18 pcs Erlenmeyer Flask 250 mL 36 pcs 500 mL 24 pcs 1L 24 pcs Funnel 16 pcs Stirring rod 10 pcs Watch glass small 16 pcs large 8 pcs Tipple beam balance 16 pcs Acid Burette 50 mL 10 pcs Base burette 50 mL 10 pcs Crucible with cover 18 pcs Test tubes small 60 pcs big 100 pcs Test tube holder 40 pcs . Multimedia CMO-required Quantity of Supply Equipments Quantity Existing available (if available) Equipments 1 LCD projector 1 2 40” FHD TV 1 3 Speaker 1 set 4 Chairs 70 5 Air con 2 3.46 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 3 OHP 1 4 Electric Fan 10 5 Air con 3 E.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Clay triangle 40 pcs Water bath 6 pcs Evaporating Dish 22 pcs Alcohol lamp 12 pcs Soxlet 3 pcs Condenser 6 pcs Centrifuge 2 pcs Desiccators 2 pcs Portable pH meter 3 pcs Thermometer 12 pcs Stirring flask 16 pcs Magnetic Stirrer 2 pcs Volumetric flask 50 mL 6 pcs 100 mL 6 pcs 500 mL 5 pcs 1L 6 pcs Separatory Funnel 250 mL 4 pcs 500 mL 4 pcs Florence flask 250 mL 16 pcs Distilling flask Chemicals250 mL 16 pcs Quantity Petri dish1-amino-2-naphtol-4-sulfuric acid 100 g12 pcs Hot plate 2 pcs Acetone 500 ml Bunsen Burner 20 pcs Acetic acid anhydride 300 g Tripod 12 pcs Acetic acid glacial 500 mL Wire Gauze 24 pcs Ammonium acetate (AR) 300 g Spatula 12 pcs Ammonium (II) chloride hexahydrate 300 g Aspirator 12 pcs Ammonium molybdate tetrahydrate 100 g Ammonium sulfate 700 g Antimony potassium tartrate 50 g Activated carbon 700 g Activated carbon.47 - Tartaric acid 200 g Ethyl alcohol 500 mL Methyl alcohol 400 mL . granules 300 g Activated charcoal 250 g Ascorbic acid 100 g Benzoic acid 100 mL Boric acid 300 mL Chromic acid 200 mL Citric acid 300 mL Formic acid 300 mL Hydroiodic acid 400 mL Hydrochloric acid 500 mL Lactic acid 200 mL Nitric acid 400 mL Oleic acid 200 mL Oxalic acid 500 g Perchloric acid 300 mL Phosphoric acid 350 g Salicylic acid 400 g Stearic acid 300 mL Sulfuric acid 500 mL Tannic Acid 100 g .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Quantity Chemicals Calcium sulfate 1200 g Camphor 100 g Deodorizing charcoal 1000 g EBT Powder 20 g EDTA 100 g Ethyl alcohol 600 ml Ferric chloride 930 g Ferric Ferrous oxide 200 g Ferric nitrate 1500 g Ferrous sulfate 2000 g Formalin 200 mL Glycerin Chemicals 100 mL Quantity Glucose ammonium sulfate Aluminum 200gg 300 Hydrogen peroxide Aluminum potassium sulfate 1400 400 gml Iodine Aluminum sulfate 200gg 300 Iron filings Ammonia 100200mLg Iron ores carbonate Aluminum 250 gg 250 Lactose Ammonium chloride 300gg 200 Lead acetate Ammonium chromate 150gg 400 Lead (II) chloride Ammonium citrate 500gg 500 Lead metal hydroxide Ammonium 150gg 500 Lead (II) nitrate Ammonium iodide 400gg 350 Lead (II) nitrate Ammonium (AR) phosphate 500 25 gg Magnesium Ammonium sulfatecarbonate 250gg 450 Magnesium tartrate Ammonium chloride 100gg 250 Magnesium Aniline hydroxide 300gg 100 Magnesium Barium nitrate carbonate 250 50 gg Magnesium Barium sulfate (TG) chloride 300gg 300 Magnesium Bismuth chloridesulfate anhydrous 350gg 200 Magnesium Bismuth chloride nitrate 300gg 350 Manganese Borax sulfate 500 50 gg Mercuric chloride Cadmium acetate 400 50 gg Cadmium sulfate (AR) Mercuric chloride 250 50 gg Mercuriccarbonate Calcium nitrate 150 g 1000 Mercuricchloride Calcium nitrate (AR) 100gg 250 Mercurous chloride .48 - Calcium hydroxide 100gg 200 Methyl orange Calcium nitrate 200gg 300 N-1 naphthyl Calcium oxideethylene diamine 50 g 250 .

49 - Sodium bromide 300 g Sodium chromate 200 g Sodium dichromate 500 g .BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Chemicals Quantity Naphthalene 300 g Phenolphthalein 600 g Phenol 300 mL Potassium acetate 250 g Potassium acid phthalate 250 g Potassium Bromate 700 g Potassium carbonate anhydrous 250 g Potassium chlorate 2000 g Potassium chromate 150 g Potassium dichromate 500 g Potassium dichromate (AR) 500 g Potassium dichromate (TG) 300 g Potassium ferricyanide 250 g Potassium ferricyanide 250 g Potassium dihydrogen phosphate 600 g Potassium fluoride 300 g Potassium hydroxide flakes 500 g Potassium iodide 300 g Potassium iodide (AR) 2000 g Potassium metabisulfite 450 g Potassium nitrate 1400 g Potassium oxalate 250 g Potassium Permanganate 2000 g Potassium Stearate 1500 g Potassium sulfate (AR) 1200 g Potassium sulfide 200 g Silica 200 g Silver nitrate 200 g Soda Ash 350 g Sodium Acetate (AR) 500 g Sodium acetate (TG) 300 g Sodium ammonium citrate 150 g Sodium bicarbonate 200 g Sodium bromate (AR) 250 g .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Chemicals Quantity Sodium carbonate anhydrous 250 g Sodium benzoate 200 g Sodium chloride (TG) 2150 g Sodium hydroxide pellets 300 g Sodium iodide crystals 1500 g Sodium iodide (AR) 500 g Sodium iron sulfate 200 g Sodium molybdate 250 g Sodium nitrate 500 g Sodium nitrite 1250 g Sodium Oxalate 200 g Sodium oxalate (AR) 600 g Sodium iodide crystals 1500 g Sodium iodide (AR) 500 g Sodium iron sulfate 200 g Sodium molybdate 250 g Sodium nitrate 500 g Sodium phosphate 500 g Sodium phosphate (AR) 300 g Sodium sulfate 400 g Sodium sulfate (AR) 300 g Sodium sulfate (TG) 400 g Sodium sulfite 500 g Sodium sulfite (TG) 700 g Sodium thiosulfate 500 g Starch 50 g Sulfanilamide 100 g .50 - Sulfanilamide 100 g Zinc Metal 50 g Zinc powder 250 g .

51 - . BEST PRACTICES  There is regular inventory of supplies and materials  The equipment. tools and materials conform to the specifications required in accordance with the CMO of the program  Laboratory supplies and materials are wisely utilized . instruments and materials needed in the classrooms are available  Apparatuses. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES 4.

52 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES C. MAINTENANCE 1. SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS .

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Staff Profile assigned in the proper upkeep of the laboratory .53 - .

the laboratory officer in charge should report it to the supply officer for replacement. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Maintenance and Repair Unit 2. If a group of students who are performing an experiment is involved in damaging an apparatus and are equally responsible through negligence. has been frequently used or is quite old. a repair is necessary. which is damaged by the students. hence. A student who breaks an apparatus or equipment as a result of not being given clear or complete instruction is responsible for a certain percentage of the replacement cost. c. All laboratory equipments are prone to breakdown after frequent use. Troubleshooting and replacement form and report us maintained for reference when repairing or replacing apparatus. Safety devices available Laboratory Safety Devices Available Quantity  There are signages displayed prominently in 1 laboratory room  There readily accessible and functional fire 1 extinguishers and other fire fighting equipments Computer 1  Electrical lines are safely installed Laboratory 1  Emergency exits are provided and properly marked  A first aid kit is always available in each laboratory 1 room 1  There are charts for precautionary measures . then the cost will be divided among them. If the apparatus.54 - . e. IMPLEMENTATION Description of the maintenance system of the laboratories and equipment a. The instructor pays the remainder and ensures the giving adequate instruction to avoid further accidents. b. d. The maintenance repair and replacement policy of a certain college contains varied apportions of percentage responsibility for expenses at a rate equivalent to the percentage responsibility to blame.

BEST PRACTICES . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES  There are signages displayed prominently in 1 laboratory room  There are readily accessible and functional fire 1 extinguishers and other fire fighting equipments Speech Laboratory  Electrical lines are safely installed 1  Emergency exits are provided and properly marked 1  A first aid kit is always available in each laboratory 1 room 1  There are charts for precautionary measures  There are signages displayed prominently in 1 laboratory room  There are readily accessible and functional fire 1 extinguishers and other fire fighting equipments  Electrical lines are safely installed 1 Chemistry 1  Emergency exits are provided and properly marked Laboratory 1  A first aid kit is always available in each laboratory room 1  There are charts for precautionary measures 1 1  Fume hoods are installed  Medicine cabinets are visible in all laboratory rooms  There are signages displayed prominently in 1 laboratory room  There are readily accessible and functional fire 1 extinguishers and other fire fighting equipments Physics Laboratory 1  Electrical lines are safely installed  A first aid kit is always available in each laboratory 1 room 1  There are charts for precautionary measures 3.55 - . OUTCOMES 4.

CMO’s and other legal issuances . SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1.56 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES D. SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESS Description of specific program requirements in accordance with policies/guidelines.

IMPLEMENTATION . Annual Procurement Plan where laboratory equipment is listed for procurement 2.57 - . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Approved Project Procurement Management Plan (PPMP).

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Evidences that the laboratory equipment.58 - . OUTCOMES . supplies and materials are procured in accordance in RA 9184 3.

BEST PRACTICES  5.59 - . EXTENT OF COMPLIANCE Extent of compliance with the Accreditor’s Recommendations on Area IX (Laboratories) on level 1 accreditation: Supporting Percentage of Recommendations Action Take Documents Compliance 1. The deans of COS 308 was used Annual Procurement 100% the programs as Multimedia room Plan evaluated may for the programs consider requesting accredited. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Evidences that special provisions in the CMO of the program are complied with 4. A new air for multimedia con. a 40” FHD TV .

supplies. materials materials and material and and equipments was equipment equipment may be conducted. purchase materials and equipment.60 - . . Poor Fair Satisfactory Very Satisfactory Excellent Not Missing App Criterion is met Criterion is met in most Criterion is met in all Criterion is fully met in Criterion is fully met with minimally in some respects. SHOPS AND FACILITIES SYSTEM – INPUTS AND PROCESSES S.2. but some respects all respects. The laboratory layout conforms to acceptable standards and to particular need (RA 6541 National Building Code of the Philippines/PD 856 “Code of Sanitation of the Philippines) and to particular needs of the program S. RATING SCALE NA 0 1 2 3 4 5 . BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES equipment in the and a LCD projector succeeding Annual was installed in room Procurement Plan 308 2. at a level that improvement is needed to overcome practice provides a model for others to overcome weaknesses weaknesses (75% greater than the (7% less than the (50% less than the (100% compliance with (50% greater than the standards) Standard) standards) the standards) standards) Item Ratings -outcome Mean (SIOM) System-Implementation Parameter Mean (PM) Indicators PARAMETER A: LABORATORIES. at a level substantial number of good respects. conducted so that priorities may be There is a regular Annual Procurement identified before purchase of Plan requesting for any laboratory supplies. but much improvement is needed that demonstrates good practices. Rooms have lightings in accordance to the standard requirements of fluorescent bulbs relative to the size . A regular A regular inventory Annual inventory of 100% inventory of of laboratory laboratory supplies. laboratory supplies.1.

9.3. There is a laboratory for shop work for specific technologies. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES S. water and electricity are available and utilized for class laboratory activities Demonstration table. Each laboratory room has at least two exit doors that open outward S. maintained I. Safety and precautionary measures are implemented I. utilized. Gas.7. to work comfortably without interference I. supplies and materials are kept in separate stock rooms . charts for antidotes and neutralizing solutions are made I. available in each laboratory room I. supplies and materials are kept in separate stock rooms OUTCOME/S O. equipped with sink. electrical and gas outlet is available and I.8. water.2. extinguishers.4.3.12.5. Usable fire extinguishers are accessible to staff and students Laboratory Operations Manuals for the faculty and students are provided in each I. S. laboratory Demonstration and training are periodically conducted on the proper use of fire I. The laboratories are properly lighted and well ventilated. A student’s access to a computer is at least 15 hours per term for every subject Appropriate laboratories for general education subjects are adequately equipped and well- I.5.6.61 - . first-aid kit and other emergency measures.11. Laboratory equipment. There is a computer laboratory with atleast 15 usable computer units and a printer IR M SIO PM Indicators IMPLEMENTATION Furniture and equipment arrangement allows free flow of movement and enables students I. I.1.10.6. S. A well-equipped first-aid.1. A well-equipped Multimedia Center is maintained I. Laboratory equipment.4.

1. Equipment are well-maintained I.1. instruments and materials needed in the classrooms are available Apparatuses. the CMO of the program S.1. Laboratory supplies and materials are wisely utilized I. The equipment. Laboratory equipment. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES Best Practices: IR M SIO PM Indicators PARAMETER B: EQUPMENT. Licensed computer software are installed and utilized OUTCOME/S O. SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS SYSTEM – INPUTS AND PROCESSES S.3. supplies and materials are sufficient and wisely utilized Best Practices: .2.2. Varied computer software are available IR M SIO PM Indicators IMPLEMENTATION I. tools and materials conform to the specifications required in accordance with S.3.62 - .

2. computer laboratory.3 maintenance of the laboratories and shops IR M SIO PM Indicators IMPLEMENTATION I.63 - .7. The institution keeps the laboratories neat.1 shops.1. clean and orderly I. listed and inventoried I. Waste disposal is efficiently and effectively managed on campus I.2.7. Laboratory supplies and materials are regularly replenished/replaced whenever applicable The inventory of laboratory facilities and equipment is systematically and periodically I.1 inventory of equipment and supplies. All equipment are coded.2.2.2. S. calibrated I. The institution has a Maintenance and Repair Department/Unit manned by skilled S. .3.7. personnel who provides services on direct call. A laboratory technician/assistant is available for the proper upkeep of the laboratories.2. I.5.2. S. The following are properly maintained by trained staff/technicians I. checking on the physical conditions of equipment and supplies. calibrated The laboratory equipment and instruments are in good condition and are periodically I.6. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES IR M SIO PM Indicators PARAMETER C: MAINTENANCE SYSTEM – INPUTS AND PROCESSES S.4.1. S.

1.5. PE I.3.5.7. general education laboratory. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES IR M SIO PM Indicators I. Speech laboratory I.5.7. There is an approved Procurement Program Management Plan (PPMP) .7. Specific program requirements (listing of materials and equipment as per CMO) are in accordance with guidelines/policies embodied in official issuances S. I.64 - .5. I.7.3.7. I. others (please specify) OUTCOME/S O.2.7. research facility. The laboratories are functional and are properly maintained Best Practices: IR M SIO PM) Indicators PARAMETER D: SPECIAL PROVISIONS SYSTEM – INPUTS AND PROCESSES S. natural science/physical science I.1.6.4.1. multimedia/educational technology center.7.2.

1. SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS C MAINTENANCE D SPECIAL PROVISIONS Total: ______________ . Best Practices: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AREA IX: LABORATORIES Numerical Descriptive PARAMETERS Rating Rating A LABORATORIES. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AREA IX: LABORATORIES There is an approved Annual Procurement Plan (APP) for laboratory equipment. and materials IR M SIO PM Indicators IMPLEMENTATION I.65 - .1. The institution implements the special provisions as listed in the CMO OUTCOME/S O. The Special provisions in the CMO of the program. are complied with. supplies S. SHOPS AND FACILITIES B EQUIPMENT.3.

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