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Annual Report 2009 - Technological University of the Philippines
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TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
August 2010
University Planning Office
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Ayala Blvd. Ermita, Manila
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President’s Message
July 7, 2010
HIS EXCELLENCY
President BENIGNO SIMEON C. AQUINO III
Republic of the Philippines
Malacañang Palace, Manila
Philippines
Dear Mr. President:
On behalf of the Board of Regents of the University, officials, faculty and staff, I
have the honor to submit the Accomplishment Report of the Technological
University of the Philippines for the year 2009. The report contains the
institution’s accomplishments as a technological university in its mandated task
of providing quality instruction, and relevant and meaningful research and
extension services.
For the year 2009, the University has adopted the theme “TUP @ 108: A Legacy
in Technology Education” in celebration of its 108th Foundation Anniversary.
In its more than a century of existence, the University has been a veritable agent
of change and a significant contributor to nation building through relevant and
quality technology education. It takes pride in its accomplishments made
through the joint efforts of the various colleges and departments of the four
campuses of the University.
With your assumption into the highest office of the land, the management and
staff of the University affirm its commitment to serve the Filipino people by
providing quality technology education and producing globally-competitive
graduates as the nation joins the rest of the world in this era of globalization and
technological modernization.
Sincerely,
OLYMPIO V. CAPARAS, Ed.D.
President
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Overview
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Overview
TUP History
Mission Vision
Governance and Administrative Structure
The Colleges and Campuses
Highlights
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Academic Affairs
Academic Initiatives
Accreditation
Faculty Profile
Faculty Development
Faculty Awards
Instructional Materials Development
Expanded Tertiary and Equivalency Accreditation Program
Linkages
Enrollment / Student Population
Graduates
Scholarship Grants
Licensure Examination Performance
Student Awards
Student Development
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Research & Extension
Research
Extension Services
88
Planning, Development, and Information Systems
Planning
Linkages and External Affairs
Information Technology
86
Administration and Finance
Administrative Personnel Profile
Physical Development
Financial Report
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Overview
Overview
TUP History
The Technological University of the Philippines (TUP) was established upon the
enactment of Organic Act No. 74 by the Philippine Commission in 1901. It was
known then as the Manila Trade School with the primary intention of developing
the dignity of labor. In 1910, MTS was renamed as the Philippine School of Arts and
Trades (PSAT). Pursuant to Republic Act 2237 issued on July 17, 1959, PSAT was
given the college status and was renamed the Philippine College of Arts and Trade
(PCAT). From 1959 to 1978, PCAT pioneered programs in engineering technology
and industrial teacher education. Under Presidential Decree No. 1518 issued on July
11, 1978, PCAT became the Technological University of the Philippines.
Presently, TUP is a system comprising of four campuses. The main campus of the
old TUP
University is located in Manila. The three satellite campuses are in Taguig, The
Cavite,
and Visayas. In addition to the four campuses, TUP maintains the Integrated
Research and Training Center located in the main campus. The Center was
established by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) through a
Technical Cooperation in 1982.
The University
Mission-Vision
MISSION
VISION
The mission of TUP is stated in Section 2 of P.D. No. 1518 as follows:
The renovated TUP Facade
“The University shall provide higher and advanced vocational, technical, industrial, technological and
professional education and training in industries and technology, and in practical arts leading to
certificates, diplomas and degrees. It shall provide progressive leadership in applied research,
developmental studies in technical, industrial, and technological fields and production using indigenous
materials; effect technology transfer in the countryside; and assist in the development of small-andmedium scale industries in identified growth centers.”
Under the present leadership, Dr. Olympio V. Caparas envisions the Technological University of the Philippines as a
Center of Excellence in technological and industrial education in the country and in the Association of South East Asian
Nations (ASEAN). Being a national university for science and technology, TUP shall endeavor to develop citizen-workers
who will be skillful, innovative, competent, knowledgeable, and morally upright, both local and international.
The TUP Manila Campus and Colleges
The TUP in Manila is the nucleus of the University. The
campus is located along Ayala Boulevard corner San
Marcelino St. in Ermita, Manila. Presently, the main campus
has six colleges as follows:
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Overview
The College of Engineering (COE).
The COE was organized when PCAT became a University
in 1978. Presently, the college is composed of four
departments, namely: Electronics and Communications
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering, and Civil Engineering. The college is a
recipient of Center of Development (COD) status from
the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) for its
programs BS Electrical Engineering, BS Mechanical
Engineering, and BS Civil Engineering.
The College of Industrial Technology (CIT).
The CIT was the forerunner of the Technical Department
of PCAT. Majority of the pre-baccalaureate or 3-year
technology courses leading to Bachelor of Technology are
offered by CIT. Currently, the college is the biggest college
in terms of faculty and student population. It operates
with eight departments, namely: Basic Industrial
Technology, Food and Apparel Technology, Graphic Arts
and Printing Technology, Mechanical Engineering
Technology, Power Plant Engineering Technology, Civil
Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering
Technology, and Electrical Engineering Technology.
The College of Industrial Education (CIE).
The roots of CIE can be traced in 1929 when the first
formal two-year Industrial Teacher Education was
offered at the then Philippine School of Arts and Trades.
At present, the college serves as the foundation of teacher
education in the University. The program BS in Industrial
Education which is offered at CIE was offered since 1951
as a four-year teacher education for elementary and
secondary levels. Currently, CIE is composed of four
departments, namely: Professional Industrial Education,
Student Teaching, Technical Arts, and Home Economics.
The College of Architecture and Fine Arts
(CAFA).
The roots of CAFA can be traced from the drawing
subjects required in all courses offered by the
University since 1907. The college has been a
consistent contributor in the University’s
achievements and recognition in various art
competitions here and abroad. Presently, the college is
composed of three departments, namely: Architecture,
Fine Arts, and Graphics. baccalaureate, and masteral.
The College of Science (COS).
The COS emerged after the split-up of the College of
Applied Arts and Sciences as approved by the
University Board of Regents (BOR) in 1995. At
present, COS has three departments, namely:
Mathematics Department, Chemistry Department,
and Physics Department.
The College of Liberal Arts (CLA).
The CLA is the other half of the College of Applied
Arts and Sciences. The CLA was used to be a full
service college until in 1999, the BOR approved the
offering of Bachelor of Arts in Management major in
Industrial Management. To date, CLA is composed of
four departments, namely: English, Filipino, Social
Sciences, and Physical Education.
The Integrated Research and Training Center
(IRTC)
IRTC is the result of the $8.5M donation of the
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) of
the Japan government in 1980. The Center is an
accredited training institution of the Professional
Regulation Commission with Accreditation No. 96006, the Civil Service Commission with Accreditation
No. GTI-00602-0594, and the Department of Science
and Technology. The IRTC offers advanced training
and continuing education programs for professionals,
research and development studies, and
consultation/extension services in engineering and
related technologies.
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Overview
Overview
The TUP Branches ( Taguig, Cavite and Visayas)
The TUP Taguig campus was established in 1977 as one of the three prototype technician institutes in the Philippines.
On January 3, 1985,
the BOR passed and adopted Resolution No. 100 s. 1985 changing the name of the Manila
Technician Institute to TUP Taguig campus. The campus is located at Km. 14 East Service Road, South Super Highway,
Taguig, Metro Manila. At present, TUP Taguig offers programs in pre-baccalaureate, baccalaureate, and masteral.
The TUP Cavite campus is located in Barangay Salawag, Dasmariñas, Cavite. The campus was established through
Board Resolution No. 1985, s. 1979. The Cavite campus was established with the primary aim of training technicians and
skilled workers for gainful employment and income generation particularly in the CALABARZON area. At present, the
campus’ academic offerings are focused on 3-year technology courses and bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
The intervention of the University in TUP Visayas campus started with the Letter of Instruction (LOI) No. 79 issued by
President Ferdinand E. Marcos on December 28, 1978 authorizing TUP to administer the operation of then Visayas
Technician Institute. In 1985, as per TUP Implementing Order No. 85-15, the Visayas Technician Institute was renamed
to TUP Visayas campus. Presently, TUP Visayas is situated in Talisay City, Negros Occidental with two branches located
in Sagay and Cadiz. Currently, the academic offerings of TUP Visayas campus are 3-year technology courses, bachelor’s
degree, and master’s degree in Technology.
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Overview
Governance
and Administrative Structure
The Technological University of the Philippines is governed by a Board of Regents composed of key stakeholders of the
University. The Board is chaired by the Chairman or Commissioner of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and
vice-chaired by the University President. The members of the Board are represented by various sectors in the country, which
include the Chairman of the House Committee on Higher and Technical Education, Chairman on Senate Committee on
Education and Culture, the Undersecretary for R&D of the Department of Science and Technology, the Assistant Director
General from the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), two representatives from the private sector, and
the three presidents of the associations in TUP composed of Alumni Association, Faculty Association, and University Student
Government.
The President of the University exercises the overall leadership in ensuring that the University’s efforts are directed towards
the attainment of the institutional vision and mission of TUP. The President works in partnership with the four sectoral vice
presidents, namely: Vice Presidents for Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, Research and Extension, and
Planning, Development, and Information System. Each of the vice presidents are assisted by appropriate directors and other
officers for the effective implementation of their functions. Since the TUP is a system of four campuses, the Executive
Directors of Taguig, Cavite, and Visayas campuses assist the University President in the supervision of the campus activities.
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Overview
Overview
TUP Highlights
TUP, the premiere technological institution in the country boldly outlives its more than a hundred years of existence
through the implementation of academic reforms and quality improvement in performing its four-fold functions:
research, instruction, extension and administration.
2009 is a year of transition and re-formation as it marked the turnover of the two highest posts in the university BOR Chairman and President. In November 13, 2009, Emmanuel Y. Angeles was designated as the new CHED
Commissioner and TUP-BOR Chair.
In October 16, 2009, Dr. Olympio V. Caparas was designated as the 6th President of the University. Dr. Caparas, a
crowd-favorite during the presentation of candidates for the Presidency of TUP has served the University for more
than twenty years as former Department Head of Student Teaching in CIE, former Dean of CIE, and former Campus
Director of TUP Cavite. He obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Industrial Education and Doctor of
Education major in Industrial Education in TUP. He is married to Dr. Hellen Dellosa-Caparas, a senior faculty of CIE
and is blessed with four children. His vision for the University is to be "a reengineered technological university with
cutting-edge technology programs, operating in a high trust environment, and state-of-the art facilities with high
quality workforce".
In December of 2009, TUP celebrated its 108th Foundation Anniversary with the theme “A Legacy in Technology
Education.” Aside from the traditional “Palaro” and ADALFA NIGHT, a different twist of fun was set for the students,
faculty, alumni, admin staff and guests. There were the Techno Challenge to test the skills and endurance of the
participants and the first-ever competition for the possession of the Perpetual Torch. Among the six colleges and the 3
campuses that vied for the honor of taking home the Perpetual Torch, the representatives from the College of Liberal
Arts won the competition.
It was also in 2009 when the Memorandum of Agreement between Kumoh National Institute of Technology (KIT),
South Korea and TUP was further strengthened through the Exchange Student Program. Three TUP students
successfully underwent selection and testing by the English Department of CLA. They participated in the English
Training Program of KIT and were given Korean Language Training for 3 months as part of the Exchange Culture
Program. The program was an offshoot of the 2-year Exchange Professor Program that was received by Prof. Mona J.
Purganan in 2007-2009. The English Language Center of the College of Liberal Arts– English Department was also
inaugurated in time with the Official Visit of KIT President Woo Jeong Suk.
TUP boasts off its graduates’ performance in Licensure Examinations. The College of Engineering of TUP- Visayas
ranked 1st nationwide in the 26 to 85 Examinees Category-Mechanical Licensure Examinations held last October 1415, 2009 and in the 25-99 Examinees Category -Electronics Engineering Examination held last October 26-27, 2009.
On the other hand, TUP-Manila applauds the topnotchers in the Engineering Board Examinations: Engr. Radino E.
Estoria- ME Board Exam, 1st Place (October 2009); Engr. Bryan Anthony D. Cabauatan- CE Board Exam, 8th Place
(October 2009); Engr. Kristoffer L. Manalaysay – ME Board Exam, 8th Place (April 2009); and Engr. Edwin C.
Bardinas- CE Board Exam, 10th Place (May 2009).
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Overview
Highlights of R&D in 2009
The following best describes what transpired in the year 2009: (a) research outputs pending for patent; (b) research
outputs published/disseminated; (c) faculty researchers granted with incentives in publication; (d) R&D linkages
established; and (e) awards for R&D.
Research Outputs Pending for Patent Release
One of the vital criteria for research productivity of state higher education institutions are its number of patents.
TUP has now acknowledged the relevance of this challenge and has successfully filed three (3) patent applications for
the following research outputs: “K-VIO 2T Oil“ of Engr. Felipe Ronald M. Argamosa, et. al.; “R-134a Refrigerant
Recovery Machine” invented by Prof. Bilomar Floresca; and “Multi-Operational Device” invented by Prof. Maximo
Merillo;
Dissemination of Research Results
The University ensures that its research outputs are properly disseminated to academic community, R&D
institutions, and general public through publication of research journals or presentation in research conferences and
similar activities.
For the year 2009, there are a total of 29 research articles published in various journals (local, national, and
international) as summarized.
Prof. Maximo Merillo
Engr. Felipe Ronald M. Argamoza
Prof. Bilomar Floresca
Linkages
Pertinent to the provision of Republic Act (RA) No. 7722 otherwise known as the Higher Education act of 1994, the
office of the Vice President for Planning, Development and Information (OVPDIS) system reports its local, national
and international linkages.
Its objective is to promote linkages not only in the world of academe but also in the world of Technology as well as in
the world of sports between and among local and international higher education institutions and ultimately assist
TUP in developing database on International Linkages which will serve as the basis for policy development and
facilitate International Network on information exchange of new trends and emerging technological challenges.
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Academic Affairs
Academic Affairs
Academic Initiatives
TUP with its new President, Dr. Olympio V. Caparas is envisioned to be the University of First Choice in Technology
Education. In this light, the University constantly keeps track on its programs and assures that it produces highly
qualified graduates armed with not just strong theoretical background but also with superior technical skills. To respond
to the global demand for professional and technical manpower, TUP through its colleges and campuses has conducted
curricular revisions and development.
Table 1 presents the Academic Initiatives of the University for 2009.
Table 1. Academic Initiatives
CAMPUS
TUP
Manila
COLLEG
E
DEGREE
PROGRAM
ACTIVITY
STATUS
PROPONENTS
CLA
Masters
Master in
Management
Curriculum
Revision
On-Going Research
Dr. Martina Mendoza
CAFA
BS Arch
Bachelor of Science
in Architecture
Curriculum
Revision
Submitted to CHED,
Project Standard for
Approval
Arch. Dept.
BFA & BGT
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Program
Accreditation
Level 1 Candidate
FA Dept.
Baccalaureate
Bachelor in Graphics
Technology
BS Civil Eng’g
BS Electronics Eng’g
BS Electrical Eng’g
BS Mechanical Eng’g
COE
GT Dept.
COE / Manila
AACCUP
Accreditation
Qualified for Level 3
Phase 1
Professional Industrial Education Department
BSIE
Industrial Teacher
Education
Instructional
Module Making
On-Going
Technical Teacher
Education
Instructional
Module Making
On-Going
BSIE-Math /
Physics / Chem
Industrial Teacher
Education
Program Revival
On–Going
BSIE-Guidance
and Counseling
Industrial Teacher
Education
Proposed
Program
BTTE
Dr. Apollo P. Protez
Dr. Cherrypyn B. Barbacena
Dr. Apollo P. Protez
Dr. Cherrypyn B. Barbacena
Prof. Cresenciano L. Laza
Dr. Viola T. delos Reyes
Dr. Apollo P. Portez
On-Going
Dr. Gabriel Sicam
Prof. Rosemarie Cruz
Dr. Crisanta M. Parro
CIT
COS
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Technical Arts Department
BSIE
Basic Technology
and Computer
Programming
Undergraduate
Bachelor of
Mechatronics
Engineering (BMET)
Masteral
Master of Science in
Eng’g major in
Computer
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Additional fields
of specialization
Planning Phase
All the faculty of TAD
-Curriculum
development
For presentation to
the Academic Council
CIT
Completed
Prof. Fernando Renegado
-Pubic Forum
Academic Affairs
Table 1. Academic Initiatives (continuation…)
CAMPUS
TUP
COLLE
GE
COS
DEGREE
Masteral
PROPONENTS
David S. Balando
Completed
Editha Jorda
Master of Eng’g major in
Computer
MS Chem
Thesis Writing
Priscilla Sotelo
Academic Requirements
Rodell Barrientos
Master in Information
Technology
Doctor of Philosophy in
Science Education major in
Physics
Ph. D. in Science Education
major in Math
Thesis Writing
Francis dela Cruz
Units Earned
Nelson Abana
Academic Requirements
Ernita Calayag
Doctoral
Ph. D. in Technology Mat
Units Earned
Gener de Jesus
Baccalaureate
BS Engineering (CE, ME, EE)
-Preparation of
Feasibility Study
on the possibility
of offering of the
complete
Engineering
Program
-Preparation on-going
Engineering
Faculty
3-year
Technician
Course
Program
Mechatronics Engineering
Technology
-Various
industries were
visited and
consulted
regarding the
proposed
Mechatronics
curriculum
- The training units are in
place. However, the
laboratory still lacks
necessary facilities in
Computerized Integrated
Manufacturing (CIM)
TUP Mechatronics
Team :
Masteral
Masteral
Masteral
Doctoral
Doctoral
CoET
STATUS
Completed
Masteral
TUP Visayas
ACTIVITY
Master of Arts in Teaching
Math
Master of Science in Math
Manila
TUP Cavite
PROGRAM
-Additional
training units for
electropneumatic and
electro-Hydraulic
were acquired Technical
seminars were
conducted by
Festo Didatic,
Inc. (Parañaque)
to concerned
faculty members.
- The structure was
finished. It was already
presented to the
Academic Council and
was also approved by the
Board of Regents (BOR).
Right now, the curriculum
is with CHED for review
and standardization.
(Moises Bonache,
Nelson Franco,
Joshua Berja,
Glenn Ang,
Gershom Defe,
Joebe Panhilason,
Pierre Diaz)
- Currently, TUPV is
creating three to four sets
of training units. The
components were donated
by the TUPV Alumni.
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Academic Affairs
Academic Affairs
Accreditation:
TUP Systems has been vigorous in improving the quality of education of the programs through the periodic evaluation scheme
of the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACUP). To date, TUP System has 26
accredited programs.
Table 2. List of ACCUP Accredited Programs.
Program
College/Campus
AACCUP Accreditation
Status
Doctorate
Ph.D. Technology Management
CIT
Level 3 Phase 1
Doctor of Management Science
CIT
Level 1 Accredited
Doctor of Technology
CIT
Level 3 Phase 1
Ed.D. Industrial Education Management
CIE
Level 3 Phase 1
Ed.D. Career Guidance
CIE
Level 3 Phase 1
Master in Management
CLA
Level II Re-Accredited
Master of Arts in Industrial Education
CIE
Level 3 Phase 1
Master of Arts in Teaching
CIE
Level 3 Phase 1
BS Civil Engineering
COE
Level 3 Phase 1
BS Electrical Engineering
COE
Level 3 Phase 1
BS Electronics and Communication Engineering
COE
Level 3 Phase 1
BS Mechanical Engineering
COE
Level 3 Phase 1
Bachelor of Technology
CIT
Level II (Re-accredited)
BS Industrial Education
CIE
Level 3 Phase 1
BS Architecture
CAFA
Level I (Candidate Status)
Bachelor of Fine Arts
CAFA
Level I (Candidate Status)
BS Mechanical Engineering
TUP Visayas
Level I (Candidate Status)
BS Electronics and Communications Engineering
TUP Visayas
Scheduled for self-survey visit on October 2010
BS- Industrial Education
TUP Cavite
Level 1 Accredited
Bachelor of Technology
TUP Cavite
Level 1 Accredited
BS Civil Engineering
TUP Taguig
Level 1 Accredited
BS Electrical Engineering
TUP Taguig
Level 1 Accredited
Bachelor of Engineering
TUP Taguig
Level 1 Accredited
BS Mechanical Engineering
TUP Taguig
Level I Candidate Status
BS Electronics and Communication Engineering
TUP Taguig
Level I Candidate Status
Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
TUP Taguig
Level I Candidate Status
Master’s
Baccalaureate
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Academic Affairs
Faculty Profile
TUP academic workforce is comprised of highly qualified, effective and competent educators. Their expertise has been
acknowledged locally and internationally. To maintain such pool of faculty members, TUP and other funding
institutions through the University Staff and Development Council (USDC) offer educational scholarships and
trainings both here and abroad.
Figure 1. Distribution of Faculty According to Academic Rank
D istributio n o f Faculty
Prof.
AccoAsso.
rding
to Acade m ic Rank
Prof. (38) 5%
Part
Asst.
(79) 9%
Instructo Tim e
Prof.
(344)
rs
(180)
41%
(1 99)
21 %
24%
Part Tim e
Instructors
Asst . Prof.
Asso. Prof.
Prof.
Figure 2. Distribution of Faculty According to Highest Educational Attainment
H ig h e s t (2 1 9 )
6 %e n t
E d u c a tio n a l A tta in2 m
Baccau l
au r e at e
(5 4 8 )
65%
D o ct o r a
te
(7 3 ) 9 %
Figure 3. Distribution of Faculty According to Campus
Visayas
Cavite
(93) 14%
(80) 12%
Taguig
(58) 9%
Manila
(609) 72%
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Academic Affairs
Academic Affairs
Faculty Development
TUP as a state university recognizes the importance of building a robust pool of faculty members in all its campuses.
Through the University Staff and Development Council (USDC), it regularly screens aspiring faculty members who would
want to avail of the educational scholarships offered by the university and other local and foreign funding institutions.
Also, TUP honors its members who in one way or another contribute to its glorious history and bear its name with pride
and dignity by giving awards and tokens of appreciation.
Table 3. List of Faculty Members with Training Grants Abroad
Name
Title of Training/Purpose
Duration
Host Country
Sponsor
TUP Manila
College of Industrial Technology
May Ann Robledo
Group Training Course on Enhanced
Mechatronics Technology for VET Instructors
June 4— Dec. 5, 2009
Japan
Mary Jane Concepcion
Vocational Technology Education Course
Nov.16— Dec. 3, 2009
Japan
Chiba
Polytechnic
Center, JICA
JICA
Gina Basa
AMEICC Training
Aug. 23—Sept. 3, 2009
Japan
AOTS
Enrico Hilario
Biennial Conference of the
Asean Council of Japan Alumni
5th JICA Alumni Regional Conference
Nov. 5-8, 2009
Myanmar
JICA
Feb. 4-5, 2009
Siem Reap,
Cambodia
JICA-
Jakarta,
Indonesia
Jakarta,
Indonesia
AOTS
Malaysia
The Automotive
College (TOC)
Integrated Research and Training Center
Felipe Ronald Argamosa
Strategic Management by Intellectual Property
July 27 - Aug. 1, 2009
Laarni Coronel
Logistic and Supply Chain Management
August 4-13, 2009
Diploma in Automotive Engineering
June 2009— March 2011
AOTS
TUP Cavite
Jose Ortega
Table 4. Faculty Members on Scholarship Grants for Advanced Degrees of 2009
Name
Program
Degree
College
Type of Scholarship
TUP Manila
Calayog, Ermita R.
Ph.D. in Science Ed.—Math
Doctorate
Jorda, Editha R.
Sotelo, Priscilla M.
MS Math
ME Major in Computer
Masters
Garcia, Teedinis O.
Ph.D.—Eng’g
Doctorate
Norbe, Mario Regino M.
Ph.D.—TM
Santos, Ma. Cristina A.
Gatus, Edgar
MTE—Graduate Program
MAIE—Graduate Program
COS
DOST
Plan B
Plan B
COE
Plan B
Plan B
Masters
Bautista, Amelia L.
Enriquez, Wilma D.
CIE
Plan A Full Release
Plan A Full Release
CAFA
TUP Cavite
Jose Ortega
Diploma in Automotive Engineering
June 2009— March 2011
Malaysia
Lasa, Amelita M.
Piano, Zenaida P.
Ed.D.—Educational Administration
Ph.D.—Edcational Psychology
Doctorate
Plan B
Plan A
Beltran, Emily L.
Ph.D.— Language Education
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Plan B
The Otomotif College(TOC)
Academic Affairs
Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009
Faculty
Training Seminar
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
TUP Manila
College of Industrial Technology
Ruel Aggabao
Ghazali Sison
13th National Conference on Mechatronics
Oct. 21-22, 2009
Cebu City
MRSP
Venerando Sison
Training the Trainors Seminar Workshop on Energy
Efficiency Lighting System
Nov. 19-20, 2009
IEEP Bldg., Cubao
IEEP
Nena Garino
Men’s and Women’s Rights: Justice in Equality
Oct. 15-16, 2009
Embassy of Islamic
Republic of Iran
– Manila
Ma. Ian Delos Trinos
Fundamentals of IT Project Management
UPITTC/EITSC
Karen Foronda
Seminar/Workshop on Software Engineering
Sept. 2-4, 2009
UPITTC, Q.C.
Oct. 12-14, 2009
UPITTC, Q.C.
Nena Garino
Seminar on Phil-German Relation (Association of
Hanns Seidel Foundation of the Philippines)
March 19-22, 2009
Makati City
Hanns Seidel
Foundation of the
Philippines
Elpidio Virrey
Seminar on Public—Private Partnership in Technical
Vocational Education and Training
May 21-22, 2009
WVCST, Iloilo City
Bilomar Floresca
Seminar-Workshop on Patent Search and
Documentation
July 15-17, 2009
IPO Bldg., Makati City
PPO
Gemma Belga
E-Learning Development and Implementation
(eLDI)
May 14-18, 2009
Laguna
InWent-UPOU
Enrico Hilario
Gina Basa
Alberto Del Rosario
7th PACUIT National Conference
May 4-7, 2009
Cagayan De Oro City
PACUIT
Edgardo Dula
Marvin Solayao
Training on Electronic Fuel Injection
May 25-30, 2009
Toyota Sta. Rosa,
Laguna
TMP
Alberto Del Rosaio
Jobstreet.com Career Congress for School
Administrators
July 31, 2009
Q.C. Sports Club
Enrico Hilario
Ma. Ian Delos Trinos
Ruel Aggabao
May Ann Robledo
Gina Basa
Ghazali Sison
Venerando Sison
Mechatronics Conference Part 2 for Curriculum
Development of Bachelor of Mechatronics
Engineering Technology
January 28-29, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Ruel Aggabao
May Ann Robledo
Faculty Immersion Training Program on Unigraphix
NX Operation
May 13-22, 2009
Ramcar Technologies Inc.
RAMTECH
Jerry Ligaya
Arthur Martin Sr.
Faculty Immersion Training Program on CNC
Programming, Set-Up and Operation / EDM WireCut Operation
May 13-22, 2009
Ramcar Technologies Inc.
RAMTECH
MET Faculty Members
NC2 Certification for Conventional
Lathe and Milling
September 2009
TESDA and TUP Manila
TESDA
Nena Garino
Norma Bajar
Gina Basa
Ghazali Sison
Ma. Ian Delos Trino
Workshop on Gender and Development
September 17, 2009
TUP Manila
UPITTC/EITSC
IRTC
TUP Manila
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Academic Affairs
Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009 (continuation…)
Faculty
Training Seminar
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
April 29, 2009
TUP Manila
TUP Manila
College of Industrial Technology
Enrico Hilario
Ma. Ian Delos Trinos
Nestor Vargas
Romeo David
Ghazali Sison
Gina Basa
Arceli Rosario
Noel Bulawan
Ruel Aggabao
Edgardo Dula
Update on RA 9184
Enrico Hilario
Norma Bajar
Ma. Ian Delos Trinos
Strategic Planning Workshop and Team Building
Seminar for Coop Officers and Management Staff
May 24-25, 2009
World of Life
Calauan, Laguna
TUPMMPC
Enrico Hilario
Ma. Ian Delos Trinos
Nestor Vargas
Romeo David
Ghazali Sison
Gina Basa
Arceli Rosario
Noel Bulawan
Ruel Aggabao
Edgardo Dula
Annual Presentation of Accomplishments, Review
and Preparation of Plans (APARPP)
June 9, 2009
IRTC, Manila
TUP Manila
Gemma Belga
Judith Balbin
Training on Java
July—December 2009
IRTC, Manila
PhilKor
Gemma Belga
Vicente Estember
Michael Narisma
Seminar-Workshop on Web Development
and Administration
November 9-13, 2009
IRTC, Manila
TUP Manila
Felicidad Agustin
Seminar-Workshop on Development Advising
August 4, 2009
IRTC, Manila
TUP Manila
Regional Meeting on the Recognition of Higher
Education Qualifications in the Asia-Pacific Region
May 6-7, 2009
Manila Hotel
One Rizal Avenue,
Manila
Seminar on The New Procurement Law
August 14, 2009
Bayview Park Hotel,
Manila
August 26, 2009
IRTC, Manila
TUP Manila
College of Engineering
Melito Baccay
Performance Management: System Office
Performance Evaluation System and Anti-Red Tape
Act (ARTA)
Melito Baccay
Ma.Richie Ogawa
16
2009 PATE Annual General Membership Meeting
“Sharing Best Practices in Engineering Education
Amidst Local and Global Challenges”
August 28-29, 2009
City
3rd JSPS-DOST International Symposium on
Environment (Symposium on Harmonizing
Infrastructure Development with Environment)
March 9-10, 2009
Diliman, Quezon City
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Baguio
University of
the Cordilleras
SEAMEO
INNOTECH
Academic Affairs
Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009 (continuation…)
Faculty
Training Seminar
Sponsoring
Agency
Date/Venue
TUP Manila
College of Engineering
Melito Baccay
MEET your SCIENTIST Program
September 17, 2009
San Miguel, Manila
St. Jude Catholic
School
National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST)
Scientific Meeting and Convention
July 7-9, 2009
Manila Hotel
Melito Baccay
Ronaldo Juanatas
3rd ERDT Conference (Engineering Research and
Development for Technology) entitled, “Post Graduate
Multidisciplinary Approach to Solving Philippine
Problems”
September 11, 2009
Edsa Shangri-La Hotel
Lyndon Bague
2009 NCR Conference (IIEE—Institute of Integrated
Electrical Engineers of the Philippines Inc.)
September 15, 2009
Quezon City
Antiro Ca-ay
Edwin Macalintal
Benedicto Fortaleza
Romulo Basaen
Jeffrey Santos
Ronald Juanatas
Mario Regino Norbe
Educational Plant Visits, Mechanical Engineering
Department
September 22-26, 2009
Industrial and
Power Plants in Luzon
Melito Baccay
Ronaldo Juanatas
Benedicto Fortaleza
Antiro Ca-ay
Romeo Jorda Jr.
Simplicio Cortez Jr.
Christopher G. Chan
Civil Service Orientation Seminar, Performance
Management System—Office Performance
Evaluation System (PMS-OPES)
August 26, 2009
IRTC, Manila
TUP Manila
Antiro Ca-ay
Ronaldo Juanatas
Benedicto Fortaleza
Jeffrey Santos
Edwin Macalintal
1st Mechanical Engineering Lecture Series
August 12, 2009
IRTC, Manila
TUP Manila
Benedicto Fortaleza
Melito Baccay
Ronaldo Juanatas
Simplicio Fortez Jr.
Gilbert Hollman
Seminar: Update on R.A. 9184
April 29, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Benedicto Fortaleza
ISO 9001:2008 Management Overview
May 15, 2009
Lucia Ortega
Ma. Analin Pajaro
Study Tour
May 26-28, 2009
La Trinidad, Benguet
Edwin Macalintal
Roel Mendoza
Nilo Arago
Laarni Coronel
Salvador Gonzalo Jr.
Teachers Skills Upgrading Program (TSUP)
May 18-29, 2009
Litton
Mills Compound Barrio Rosario,
Pasig City
IIEE National Office
Manila
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TUP Manila
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Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009 (continuation…)
Faculty
Training / Seminar
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
TUP Manila
College of Engineering
Benedicto Fortaleza
Antiro Ca-ay
57th PSME Annual National Convention and 6th
International Expo on Mechanical Engineering
November 4-7, 2009
SMX I, Convention Center
SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
Romeo Jorda Jr.
August Thio-ac
SWEEP Technology Seminar
(Public Affairs Group of Smart Communications)
November 27, 2009
College of St. Benilde Hotel
International Conference Hall
Lyndon Bague
Rey Juganas
Roel Mendoza
Rovenson Sevilla
Enrico Manalo
Field Trips and Seminars
Electrical Engineering Department
November 20-24, 2009
Tarlac, Pangasinan,
La Union, Baguio,
Laguna and Batangas
November 2008—March 2009
Romeo Jorda Jr.
Nilo Arago
Luna Dela Cruz
Thomas Vicmar Gonzales
Field Trips and Seminars
Electronics Engineering Department
November 6—10, 2009
Subic Olongapo and Baguio
City
Ronaldo Juanatas
TAIZ Curriculum Development Meeting (Ministry of Higher
Education and Scientific Research , MOHESR)
October 24-31, 2009
Sanaa, Yemen
Ronaldo Juanatas
Seminar-Workshop on “Non-Parametric Analysis and
Statistical Design of Experiments”
September 30, 2009
and October 21, 2009
FEU-East Asia College
Sampaloc, Manila
FEU-East Asia
College
Lyndon R. Bague
Evaluation and Verification of the COD Application for
Engineering
July 21-24, 2009
Jaro, Ilo-Ilo City
Central Philippines
University
Evaluation and Verification of the COD Application for
Engineering
July 28-31, 2009
Tacloban City
Eastern Visayas State
University
Vilma Pagtalunan
August Thio-ac
Luna Dela Cruz
Edmon Fernandez
Roel Mendoza
Virgilio Coquilla
Java Training Course
July 4-August 22, 2009
TUP Manila
PhilKor
4th Run Sweep Faculty Immersion
May 25-June, 2009
Pasay City
Benedicto Fortaleza
Melito Baccay
Ronaldo Juanatas
Simplicio Fortez Jr.
Gilbert Hollman
Melito Baccay
Benedicto Fortaleza
Workshop on the Bids and Awards
Committee (BAC)
April 30, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Seminar-Workshop in Management Overviews on the ISO
9001; 2008 Quality Management System (QMS)
May 15, 2009
Pasig City
TUV SUD
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Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009 (continuation…)
Faculty
Training Seminar
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
TUP Manila
College of Science
Ma. Teresa Mandi
Teresita Cortez
Seminar-Workshop in Quantitative Design and Process
April 6, 2009
Manila
University of Sto.
Tomas
Darwin Quinsaat
Training the Trainors in Result, Document, Monitoring
and Evaluation of Extension Coordinator of UES Faculty
TUP Visayas
TUP Manila
David S. Balando
Teacher’s Training (Program)
Seminar on Ethics of Science and Technology and
Teaching Philisopy in School
May 22-23, 2009
Quezon City
Inno Tech
Fidela Arañes
Workshop on Microscale Chemistry
UST-CHED-SEI
MaryJane Cenizal
Seminar-Workshop on Web Development and
Adminstration
May 26-28, 2009
Manila
August 24-28, 2009
Manila
Physica Faculty
Members
In-House Hands-On Training on the Use of PASCO
Instruments
October 22-23, 2009
Manila
Physics Dept.
TUP Manila
Dario Logmao
Marilyn Ignacio
2009 National Seminar—Workshop on Math and
Science Education
November 25-28, 2009
Baguio City
Fidela Arañes
Teresita Cortez
Marilyn Ignacio
Minabelle Villafuerte
Financial Workshop Management
December 14-15, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Fidela Arañes
Irmaly Santos
Annual Convention for Chemists and Chemistry
Educators
February 17, 2009
Camp Crame,
Quezon City
TUP Manila
Fidela Arañes
Erwin Elazegui
Annual Presentation of Research and Extension Output
February 23, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Nancy Pastrana
The Philippine Chemistry Congress
TUP Manila
Cleopatria Bernardo
International Conference in Graph Theory
Combinatorics
April 14-17, 2009
Bohol
April 24-25, 2009
DLSU, Manila
Marilyn Ignacio
Minabelle Villafuerte
Update on Republic Act 9184
April 29, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Dario Logmao
2nd SPP Physics Education Festival
Johor-Bahru International Orchid
and Bonsai Show
2009 Annual Convention of the
Mathematics Society of the Philippines
May 21-23, 2009
DLSU, Manila
TUP Manila
May 21-22, 2009
Cagayan De Oro
TUP Manila
Teresa Ranay
Recent Advances in Philippine Science
and Technology
Sept 10-11, 2009
Pasay City
TUP Manila
Teresita Cortez
MathEd Conference
October 23-24, 2009
Palawan State University
TUP Manila
Elvira Silfavan
PCAM Annual Seminar/Congress
November 9-21, 2009
San Scran MM
TUP Manila
Marilyn Ignacio
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TUP Manila
TUP Manila
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Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009 (continuation)
Faculty
Training / Seminar
Date/Venue
Sponsoring Agency
TUP Manila
College of Science
Corazon Sacdalan
Elvira Silfavan
Adora Pili
Darwin Quinsaat
Digital Laboratory Management System
November 13, 2009
Q.C. Sports Club
February 22, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
58th Annual Convention Philippines AAS
September 9-10, 2009
Pasay City
TUP Manila
Flaviana Baluyut
Jovita Cablao
Thelma Serrano
Victor Faldas
Margareth Aquino
Flaviana Baluyut
Jovita Cablao
Thelma Serrano
Victor Faldas
Margareth Aquino
Jovita Cablao
Seminar in Government Procurement
April 29, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Financial Management Workshop
December 14-15, 2009
Manila
TUP Manila
Seminar in Enhancing Halal S.
And T as Driver of Economic and Equity
Hotel Shangrila,
Makati
Civil Society
Leila Deuna
Lean Gigantoca
Emelinda Agbuya
Franco Velas
Proposal Development and Workshop Business
CSB Hotel
CHED
Dance Exchange Seminar
Roxas City
Dance Exchange
Competition
Lecture Series in Science and Mathematics
Erwin Elazegui
TUP Manila
College of Liberal Arts
College of Architecture and Fine Arts
Roberto Panganoron
Rowena Nacion
Roberto Panganoron
Rowena Nacion
Vicente Daulong
UAP National Convention
April 2009
UAP
Update on RA 9184
April 2009
Bayview Hotel
August 2009
UP College of Architecture
TUP Manila
Ramon Dela Cruz
Workshop on Gender and Development
TUP Manila
Rowena Nacion
Energy Efficient Lighting System
September 2009
IRTC Manila
November 2009
TAO Filipinas
College of Industrial Education
Romeo Ebonite
Conference Cum Training of DORP and School Heads of
YEM Pilot Schools
Training of Guidance Counselors and DORP
Coordinators and PTCA
October 21, 2009
Tagaytay City
November 15-22, 2009
Tagaytay City
Romeo Ebonite
Cristina Celarta
Workshop on the Development of Teaching Guides for
the 1st Year Program of the 2010 SEC
November 9-13, 2009
Tagaytay City
Romeo Ebonite
Finalization of the Self-Learning Modules for iDEP
September 28 - October 7,
2009 Tagaytay City
Apollo Portez
Cherrypyn Barbacena
Strategic Management Training Program for Technical
Vocational School Administrators of the Department of
Education
November 15-20, 2009 Hotel
La Rica, Tacloban City
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PELMATP
Academic Affairs
Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009 (continuation)
Faculty
Training / Seminar
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
TUP Manila
Integrated Research and Training Center
Laarni Coronel
S. Gonzalo
Teacher Skills Upgrading Program
May 18, 2009
Pasig, Metro Manila
Gokongwei Brother
Foundation
Felipe Ronald Argamosa
Buenaventura Sabater
Research Management Course for Executives of HEI
UP Diliman
Quezon City
CHED
Arjun Ansay
Felipe Ronald Argamosa
Post Graduate Multi Disciplinary Approach to Solving
Philippine Problems
September 11, 2009
Shangrila Hotel EDSA
ERDT
Alicia Topacio
Precautionary Principles
Nov. 16, 2009 Q.C.
TUP Cavite
Alicia Topacio
Campus Advising (PACSA)
Nov. 26-29, 2009
Teachers Camp,
Baguio City
TUP Cavite
Edmundo Frias
Dionisio Lodevico
Melchor Fernando
Michelle Mag-isa
IIEE’s 34th Annual National Convention and Expo
with a theme “ Achieving Excellence
Amidst Global Challenge”
A Step Through the Noblest Profession
TUP Cavite
TUP Cavite
TUP Cavite
Nov. 4-7, 2009 SMX
Convention Center
Mall of Asia, Pasay City
Nov. 17, 2009 AVR
TUP Cavite
TUP Cavite
Ma. Cecilia Reyes
The Carolina U. Garcia Centennial Conference on the
Teaching Literature
English Language Academies National Conference
Nov. 18-20, 2009
UST Manila
October 28, 2009
UP Diliman, Q.C.
TUP Cavite
Emerita Honojales
Emmanuel Ferrer
Imelda Labrador
Leila Ramos
Seminar in Nanotechnology and Polymer Materials
Ma. Lizette Peña
CSC-NCR Regional Worker’s Consultation
Emerita Honojales
Emmanuel Ferrer
Seminar in Nanotechnology and Polymer Materials
January 6-9, 2009
UP Diliman, Q.C.
January 12-14, 2009
University of the East,
Manila
January 13, 2009
AFPCOC Camp
Aguinaldo,Q.C.
January 6-9, 2009
UP Diliman, Q.C.
Imelda Labrador
Leila Ramos
Philippine Guidance and Counseling Association (PGCA)
Special National Workshop
Ma. Lizette Peña
CSC-NCR Regional Worker’s Consultation
Corazon Madrid
Selfa Briones
Joseph Ulep
Danilo Gacusan
Juan Dulaca
Gilberto Diamse
Teodoro Nimuan
Edwin Roldan
1st Philippine Engineering Summit ‘09 “Challenges in
Engineering Education, Practice, Governance and
Environment”
TUP Cavite
Ma. Cecilia Reyes
Emily Beltran
Erlinda Lumbao
Marites Zamudio
TUP Cavite
TUP Cavite
TUP Cavite
TUP Taguig
Philippine Guidance and Counseling Association (PGCA)
Special National Workshop
2nd Phase Conference re: Mechatronics Technology Course
January 12-14, 2009
University of the East,
Manila
January 13, 2009
AFPCOC Camp
Aguinaldo,Q.C.
January 29-31, 2009
SMX Convention Center
Mall of Asia, Pasay City
January 28-29, 2009
TUP Manila
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Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009 (continuation)
Faculty
Training / Seminar
Date/Venue
TUP Taguig
Gilberto Diamse
Simeon Bondoc
Ricardo Generoso
Leo Ranzo Lim
Quirino Elopre
Yolanda Cañada
Technical Training Laboratory Equipment Seminar
February 13, 2009
Rembrandt Hotel,
Quezon City
Rosario Gregorio
Albert Dasal
Ma. Victoria Camento
Seminar-Workshop on “Learner-Centered Perspective in
Mathematics (MTAP-TL)”
March 13, 2009
DLSU Manila
Edgar Gay-ya
Danilo Miranda
Jane Morgado
Rexmel Decapia
Engineering Research Conference 2009
March 9-12, 2009 Bayview
Park Hotel, Manila
Joseph Ulep
Glenn Ortiz
Seminar on Adlink Solutions for Measurement and
Automation (Adlink Singapore)
Benedicta Tagayuna
Ma. Lizette Peña
2009 National Workers Congress
(PSLMC)
March 11, 2009
Vivere Suites,
Alabang
March 23, 2009
SMX Convention Center Mall
of Asia, Pasay City
Ricardo Generoso
Clinton Icuspit
Training the Trainors in Result, Documentation,
Monitoring and Evaluation of Extension Programs
Avelino Cubangbang
Juan Dulaca
Virginia Polistico
Caridad Gay-ya
Marilou Zabala
Corazon dela Rosa
Mary Gene Florendo
12th National Convention and Seminar-Workshop for
(APOSCUA) “Enriching the Culture of Excellence in the
Governance of SUCs”
PAGBA “Strengthening the Culture of Performance in the
Bureaucracy”
April 22-25, 2009
Montebello Villa Hotel,
Cebu City
Ma. Victoria Camento
Albert Dasal
International Conference in Graph Theory and
Combinatories
April 24-25, 2009 DLSU,
Manila
Avelino Cubangbang
Gilberto Diamse
7th National Conference of the Philippine Association of
Colleges and Universities of Indusatrial Technology Inc.
(PACUIT)
May 4-5, 2009
Harbour Lights Hotel Gusa,
Cagayan de Oro City
Emerita Hinojales
Laarnie Macapagal
7th NSTP Educators and Implementers Congress
May 6-8, 2009
Tacloban City
Angelica Olivar
69th National Student Press Convention (NSPC)
Enrique Silvino
Ronnie Ramos
TSRC-BAC and Government Supply and Property
Ovan’s North Farm and
ResortLucena City
May 18-21, 2009 Dynasty Court
Hotel Cagayan De Oro City
Doris De Vera
Government Association of Certified Public Accountants
(GACPA)
Rosario Gregorio
Ma. Victoria Camento
Annual Convention of the Mathematical
Society of the Phils. (MSP)
Edgar Gay-ya
Vicente Arevalo
Edilberto Barrios III
Seminar-Workshop and Forum on
“Building Character and Culture: Delineating the
Responsibilities and Social Institution’’
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April 15-17, 2009
TUP Visayas
Talisay,
Negros Occidental
April 22-24, 2009
Grand Hotel,
Iloilo City
May 20-22, 2009
BSP Convention,
Davao City
May 21-22, 2009
Cagayan de Oro City
May 27-29, 2009
Lyceum of the Philippines
University,
Batangas City
Sponsoring
Agency
Academic Affairs
Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009
Faculty
Training / Seminar
(continuation)
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
TUP Taguig
Emerita Hinojales
Clinton Icuspit
Laarnie Macapagal
Vivian Pangan
Ramil Africa
Rosario Gregorio
Angelica Olivar
Capability Building Program for
NSTP Educators and Implementers of HEIs
June 3-5, 2009
AVR, ACSAT Center, Cubao
Quezon City
Seminar-Workshop on Instructional
Materials Writing (Textbooks and Modules)
July 17-18, 2009
Institute of Social Order
Ateneo de Manila University,
Q.C.
Luz Ricohermoso
Nenita Pagulayan
Seminar-Workshop on RA 9470 and Records Disposition
Administration
July 28-30, 2009
The Legend,
Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Edgar Gay-ya
Ma. Fe Gannaban
Emmanuel Ferrer
Leila Ramos
Ramil Africa
National Forum on Research and National Conference on
Building Character and Culture: The Collective
Responsibilities of Individual and Social Institutions
July 29-31, 2009
Filamer Christian College,
Roxas City
Emerita Hinojales
Seminar on “Volunteer Recruitment and Nurturance”
Rosario Gregorio
Simeon Bondoc, Jr.
Seminar on “ Government Procurement and Contract
Administration
July 30, 2009
PNVSCA, NEDA Complex,
Quezon City
August 5-8, 2009
Bayview Park Hotel, Manila
Belen Junia
Selfa Briones
Seminar-Workshop on “Class 2013: Educating for the
Future”
August 25-27, 2009
FEU Auditorium, Manila
John Calamiong
5th Graduate Research Congress“Enhancing Research
Culture in Philippine Higher Education Institutions in NCR
Part II”
August 29, 2009
Emilio Aguinaldo College,
Manila
Ma. L.T M. Aguilar
Terily R. Pescones
Albert B. Dasal
Emmanuel L. Ferrer
Normita Mata
Science and Technology Congress
Sept21-23, 2009
De la Salle University,
Manila
101st PDA Annual Convention and Scientific Meeting
September 22-27, 2009
SMX Convention Center
Mall of Asia, Pasay City
Edgar Gay-ya
Emerita Hinojales
Nellie Torres
Glenn Ortiz
Teodoro Nimuan
Noe Domanais
Norway Pangan
Laarnie Macapagal
Orientation Seminar on the Establishment of Specialized
Centers at TUP
September 23, 2009
IRTC, Manila
Adoracion Ulep
Enhancing Partnership: Resolving Issues and Problems
(NACSRA)
October 26, 2009
University of
Sto. Tomas, Manila
Raquel Raymundo
Edna Barasi
Strengthening the Culture and Performance in the
Bureaucracy (PAGBA)
November 18-21, 2009
Tagbilaran City, Bohol
Gilberto Diamse
1st National Educator’s Congress on Human Rights
Education
December 7-8, 2009
PICC, Manila
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Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009.
Faculty
Training / Seminar
(continuation…)
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
TUP Taguig
Rosario Gregorio
Angelica Olivar
Seminar-Workshop on Instructional Materials Writing
(Textbooks and Modules)
July 17-18, 2009
Institute of Social Order Ateneo
de Manila University, Q.C.
Luz Ricohermoso
Nenita Pagulayan
Seminar-Workshop on RA 9470 and Records Disposition
Administration
July 28-30, 2009
The Legend, Puerto Princesa,
Palawan
Edgar Gay-ya
Ma. Fe Gannaban
Emmanuel Ferrer
Leila Ramos
Ramil Africa
National Forum on Research and National Conference on
Building Character and Culture:
The Collective Responsibilities of Individual and Social
Institutions
July 29-31, 2009
Filamer Christian College,
Roxas City
Emerita Hinojales
Seminar on “Volunteer Recruitment and Nurturance”
Rosario Gregorio
Simeon Bondoc, Jr.
Seminar on “ Government Procurement and Contract
Administration
July 30, 2009
PNVSCA, NEDA Complex,
Quezon City
August 5-8, 2009
Bayview Park Hotel,
Manila
Belen Junia
Selfa Briones
Seminar-Workshop on “Class 2013: Educating
for the Future”
August 25-27, 2009
FEU Auditorium, Manila
John Calamiong
5th Graduate Research Congress “Enhancing Research
Culture in Philippine Higher Education Institutions in
NCR Part II”
Science and Technology Congress
August 29, 2009
Emilio Aguinaldo College,
Manila
September 21-23, 2009 De la
Salle University, Manila
101st PDA Annual Convention and Scientific Meeting
Ma. L.T M. Aguilar
Terily R. Pescones
Albert B. Dasal
Emmanuel L. Ferrer
Normita Mata
Edgar Gay-ya
Emerita Hinojales
Nellie Torres
Glenn Ortiz
Teodoro Nimuan
Noe Domanais
Norway Pangan
Laarnie Macapagal
Adoracion Ulep
Orientation Seminar on the Establishment of Specialized
Centers at TUP
September 22-27, 2009 SMX
Convention Center Mall of Asia,
Pasay City
September 23, 2009 IRTC,
Manila
Enhancing Partnership: Resolving Issues and Problems
(NACSRA)
October 26, 2009 University of
Sto. Tomas, Manila
Raquel Raymundo
Edna Barasi
Gilberto Diamse
Strengthening the Culture and Performance in the
Bureaucracy (PAGBA)
1st National Educator’s Congress on
Human Rights Education
November 18-21, 2009
Tagbilaran City, Bohol
December 7-8, 2009 PICC,
Manila
Moises Bonache
Nelson Franco
Glenn Ang
Joshua Berja
Joebe Panhilason
Pierre Diaz
2nd Conference on Mechatronics
Engineering Technology
January 27-30, 2009
Manila
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Academic Affairs
Table 5. Faculty Members on Local Training Programs for 2009
Faculty
Training / Seminar
(continuation..)
Date/Venue
Sponsoring
Agency
TUP Taguig
Moises Bonache
22nd AACUP Annual National Conference
February 13, 2009
Manila
March 18, 2009
O’ Hotel, Bacolod City
TUP Visayas
Jose Marie Alonso
Joshua Berja
Levi Delos Santos
Patrick John Delumpa
Merilo Maximo
Jonavan Esperidion
Villanueva
Ma. Leonor Validor
Nelson Franco
Eduardo Rufin
Technical Seminar on "SPM Intelligent Condition
Monitoring Solutions"
Seminar - Workshop on Administrative Justice
March 23 - 25, 2009
Iloilo Grand Hotel,
Iloilo City
Civil Service
Commission
Regional Office 6
Edgar Monserate
CEAS - WV Planning Workshop
April 19 - 21, 2009
Oak Brook, Hamtic,
Antique
CEAS - WV
Nelson Franco
Hydraulics, Electro Hydraulics with PLC
TUP Manila
Glenn Ang
Damond Genito
Pierre Diaz
Gershom Defe
Ace Zander Antonio
Patrick John Delumpa
Maximo Merilo
Edugardo Monserate
Eduardo Rufin
PLC Programming : Basic and Advanced
April 20 - 24, 2009
Manila
April 22 - 24, 2009
Parañaque
Walk Together with BST Refractories and Monolithics
April 24, 2009
O’ Hotel, Bacolod City
PSME
Moises Bonache
Nelson Franco
Annual Conference of the Phil Association of Colleges and
Universities of Industrial Technologies
May 4 - 7, 2009
Cagayan de Oro City
PSME Negros
Occidental Chapter
TUP Visayas
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Table 6. Faculty Awards
Name of Faculty
10 Years in the
Government Service
Chan, Christopher G.
Cortez, Simplicio Jr. F.
Name of Faculty
Name of Faculty
25 Years in the
Government Service
Bongato, Arnulfo D.
Balanay, Florencio Jr. D.
35 Years in the Government
Service
Enriquez, Antonio M.
Gollayan, Rafaela A.
Calayag, Ernita R.
Cruz, Alberto M.
David, Romeo A.
Francisco, Maria Carmela F.
Haduca, Bernardo Jr. H.
Ramirez, Lot B.
Ramiso, Vicente C.
Tongol, Generosa G.
Uy, Susana G.
Labuguen, Florida C.
Ladines, Reynaldo Sr. H.
Magisa, Amancio H.
Ofiana, Pepito P.
Reyes, Aurora A.
Sayse, Cleofe A.
30 Years in the
Government Service
Agno, Emilia J.
40 Years in the Government
Service
Apar, Marcelo B.
Alegria, Margarita C.
Calo, Robert Milton A.
Bonita, Mario L.
Olaivar, Teodoro M.
Horario, Romel E.
Gauten, Generosa E.
Sanopo, Dante P.
Janaban, Redentor A.
Manabat, Imelda D.
Tabirara, Elveza R.
Moy. Sergio Jr. A.
Ogawa, Ma. Richie C.
Mangao, Felicito R.
Oliquiano, Corazon N.
Pilar, Pablo Jr. G.
Rolluqui, Gisela V.
Cudiamat, Michael V.
Elazegui, Erwin P.
Escribe, Felixberto M.
Fajilagutan, Junif F.
Gigantoca, Lean S.
Lagrimas, Janice Marie J.
Macalintal, Edwin G.
Merin, Jovencio V.
Ricopuerto, Jessie F.
Robino, Hilda V.
Sevilla, Rovenson V.
Thio-Ac, August C.
15 Years in the
Government Service
Andrada, Dexter L.
Ansay, Arjun G.
Delos Trinos, Ma. Ian P.
20 Years in the
Government Service
Argamosa, Felipe Ronald M.
Arias, Michael N.
Banta, Pablo M.
Barbacena, Cherrypyn B.
Name of Faculty
Bernardo, Jaime B.
Binay, Consuelo P.
Castillon, Vienna M.
Dela Cruz, Rodrigo A.
Estacio, Josefina B.
Flores, Cristito Jr. C.
Logmao, Dario L.
Manalang, Juanito F.
Ombe, Mercedita A.
Reyes, Fernando L. Salvador,
Gonzalo Jr. C. Santos, Vivian C.
Sarmiento, Rolando M. Tomelden,
Gilbert S. Velasco, Gregorio B.
Velasco, Raquel G. Villaflor, Arturo
L. Villafuerte. Minabelle D.
Saco, Gertrudes S.
Torralba, Amelia C.
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Instructional Materials Development
To effectively facilitate the learning objectives/goals of the various academic programs in the campuses, the university
encourages its faculty to develop institutional materials that conform to the teaching-learning strategies required by the
courses/subjects being offered. These are complemented by printed and non-printed resources available in the university
library and resource learning centers.
Table 7. Instructional Materials Developed for 2009
Category
Subject Area
Title
Authors
Manila Campus, CLA (College of Liberal Arts)
Books
Sociology
Introductory Sociology
Syllabi
Filipino
Humanities
Filipino 3
Humanities
M. Mendoza
F. Ramos
Filipino Department
English Department
Manila Campus, CAFA (College of Architecture and Fine Arts)
Architecture
Fine Arts
Graphic Technology
Plumbing Manual
Manual for Fine Arts
Graphic La Workbook
Nathaniel Balbero
F. Docotolero
GT Department
Machine Elements
R. Basaen
J. Yasay
Manila Campus, COE (College of Engineering)
Books
ET
Manila Campus, CIE (College of Industrial Education)
Workbook
Microbiology
Research Manual in Microbiology
Dr. Benita V. Villanueva
Manual
Computer Education
C++ Laboratory Manual
Hilda V. Robino
Bituin L. Estaris
Allan C. Villariza
Programmable Logic Controllers Manual
Electro-pneumatic Trainer (2)
Package Sorting PLC Trainer (1)
Color Sorting Trainer (1)
Pick-and-Place Trainer (1)
Fluorescent Lamp
Troubleshooting Trainer(1)
Electric Fan Troubleshooting Trainer (1)
CPU (condemned-40 units)
EET Departmen
EET Department
Power train and under chassis Trainer
Electrical and *** System Trainer
PPET Department
Manila Campus, COS
(College of Science)
SM
Manila Campus, COS (College of Science)
Manila Campus, COS (College
of Science)
Physics Department
Hand-outs
Sociology
Compendium of Literary Genres
Compiled Readings for Humanities 1
Gerardo B. Ballesteros
Hand-outs
Sociology
Test on Temperament
Test on Hemispheric Dominance
PowerPoint Presentation on Gen. Psychology
Computer-Aided Instruction on Sociology
Christopher F. Sasot
Manila Campus, CIT (College of Industrial )
Manuals
Instructional Trainer
Manila Campus, COS
(College of Science)
Manual
ET
ET
Mechanic and Fluids
General Fluids
Thermodynamics and
Electromagnetism
EsET Department
Cavite Campus
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Table 7. Instructional Materials Developed for 2009 (Continuation…)
Category
Subject Area
Title
Authors
Cavite Campus
Hand-outs
English
Compilation of Literary Works/Approaches on Literary
Criticism
Collection on Different Aspects of Technical Writing
PowerPoint Presentation Lessons on
Communication Arts, Oral Communication, etc.
Lesme Jr. C. Baquilod
Hand-outs
English
Work Text
Work Text
Work Text
Statistics
Engineering
Drawing
Probability and Statistics
Engineering Thermodynamics
Laboratory Manual Computer-Aided Design (on-going)
Eng’r Alexander E. Mag-isa
Eng’r Alexander E. Mag-isa
Eng’r Alexander E. Mag-isa
Laboratory Manual
Chemistry
Chemistry II, Laboratory Manual
Worksheets
Mathematics
College Algebra
Laboratory Manual
Physics
Physics I Laboratory Manual
Fely L. Araneta
Terily R. Pescones
ML Theresa M. Aguilar
Ma. Victoria A. Camento
Albert B. Dasal
Rosario R. Gregorio
Rolito R. Cang
Erlinda O. Lumbao
Taguig Campus
(Evaluation Stage)
Albert . Dasal
Norway J. Pangan
Workbook
(Compilation)
English
Workbook in Oral comm.
Workbook in Technical Writing
Imelda C. Labrador
Power Point
Presentation
English
Angelica F. Olivar
Workbook
(Compilation in Print
and CD Form)
Worktext
(Compilation)
Filipino 1
E-Presentation - Oral
Communication
E-Presentation - Technical
Communication
Academikong Filipino
Filipino 2
Retorikang Filipino
Leida R. Sobida
Workbook
(Compilation)
Social Science 1
Psychology
Imelda C. Labrador
Benedicta R. Tagayuna
Workbook
(Compilation)
Social Science 4
Economics and Land Reform and Taxation
Mary Ann. B. Icuspit
Workbook
(Compilation)
Humanities
World Literature
Imelda C. Labrador
Ruby Mae B. Torres
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Drawing 1 & 2
PE 1
PE 3
Physical Fitness and Exercises
Recreational Activities
Workbook
(Compilation)
PE 2
PE 4
Individual and Dual Sports
Team Sports
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Lesson Notes
Philosophy
Vicente G. Arevalo
Rizal
Leila A. Ramos
Power Point
Presentation
Visual Aids (Acetate)
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Control Systems
Probability & Statistics
Electrical Engineering Safety
Engineering Mechanics
Entrepreneurship
Engineering Economy
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Ma. Fe E. Gannaban
Eliza A. Mendoza
Jaime M. Pallasigue
Edna V. Barroso
Heherson B. Ramos
Edwin Roldan
John A. Aquino
Selfa J. Briones
Academic Affairs
Table 7. Instructional Materials Developed for 2009 (Continuation…)
Category
Subject Area
Title
Authors
Manila Campus, COS (College of Science)
Manual
SM
Mechanic and Fluids
General Fluids
Thermodynamics and
Electromagnetism
Physics Department
Sociology
Gerardo B. Ballesteros
Fely L. Araneta
Terily R. Pescones
ML Theresa M. Aguilar
Ma. Victoria A. Camento
Albert B. Dasal
Rosario R. Gregorio
Rolito R. Cang
Albert . Dasal
Norway J. Pangan
Imelda C. Labrador
Cavite Campus
Hand-outs
Hand-outs
English
Hand-outs
English
Work Text
Work Text
Work Text
Statistics
Engineering
Drawing
Compendium of Literary Genres
Compiled Readings for Humanities 1
Test on Temperament
Test on Hemispheric Dominance
PowerPoint Presentation on Gen. Psychology
Computer-Aided Instruction on Sociology
Compilation of Literary Works/Approaches
on Literary Criticism
Collection on Different Aspects of Technical Writing
PowerPoint Presentation Lessons on
Communication Arts, Oral Communication, etc.
Probability and Statistics
Engineering Thermodynamics
Laboratory Manual Computer-Aided Design (on-going)
Laboratory Manual
Chemistry
Chemistry II, Laboratory Manual
Worksheets
Mathematics
College Algebra
Laboratory Manual
Physics
Physics I Laboratory Manual
(Evaluation Stage)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Power Point
Presentation
English
Workbook
(Compilation in Print
and CD Form)
Worktext
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Workbook
(Compilation)
Lesson Notes
Filipino 1
Workbook in Oral comm.
Workbook in Technical Writing
E-Presentation - Oral
Communication
E-Presentation - Technical
Communication
Academikong Filipino
Filipino 2
Retorikang Filipino
Leida R. Sobida
Social Science 1
Psychology
Social Science 4
Economics and Land Reform and Taxation
Imelda C. Labrador
Benedicta R. Tagayuna
Mary Ann. B. Icuspit
Humanities
World Literature
Sociology
Christopher F. Sasot
Lesme Jr. C. Baquilod
Erlinda O. Lumbao
Eng’r Alexander E. Mag-isa
Eng’r Alexander E. Mag-isa
Eng’r Alexander E. Mag-isa
Taguig Campus
Power Point
Presentation
Visual Aids (Acetate)
English
Drawing 1 & 2
PE 1
PE 3
PE 2
PE 4
Philosophy
Physical Fitness and Exercises
Recreational Activities
Individual and Dual Sports
Team Sports
Angelica F. Olivar
Ma. Fe E. Gannaban
Imelda C. Labrador
Ruby Mae B. Torres
Eliza A. Mendoza
Jaime M. Pallasigue
Edna V. Barroso
Heherson B. Ramos
Vicente G. Arevalo
Rizal
Leila A. Ramos
Control Systems
Probability & Statistics
Electrical Engineering Safety
Engineering Mechanics
Entrepreneurship
Engineering Economy
Edwin Roldan
John A. Aquino
Selfa J. Briones
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Table 7. Instructional Materials Developed for 2009 (Continuation…)
Category
Subject Area
Title
Authors
Taguig Campus
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Power Point
Presentation
Power Point
Presentation
Maintenance and Safety
Engineering
Maintenance Management
Engineering Contracts, Codes
& Ethics
Environmental Engineering
Philosophy
Rizal’s Life, Works and Writings
Tribology
Manufacturing Methods and Materials Processes
Manufacturing System Design
Engineering Drawing
(Manufacturing CAD)
Applied Electronics
Digital Electronics
Process Control
Industrial Automation
Instrumentation
Joel Suan
Differential Calculus
Integral Calculus
Probability and Statistics
Industrial Management
Industrial Chemistry
Rolito R. Cang
Physics 2
Logic Design & Switching
Theory
Industrial Electronics
Basic Electronics
Power Point
Presentation
Electrical Transmission and
Distribution System
Electrical Transmission and
Distribution Line Support
C++ Programming
Computer Fundamental
Lesson Notes (PPT)
Power Point
Presentation
Power Point
Presentation
Video Presentation
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
Lesson Notes
John M. Calamiong
Gilberto P. Diamse
Nemalyn Pascua
Vicente G. Arevalo
Ma. Fe E. Gannaban
Teodoro M. Nimuan
Ricardo Q. Generoso
Christopher M. Nerie
Lakan Eric Lachica
Glenn N. Ortiz
Norway J. Pangan
Selfa J. Briones
Danilo M. Miranda
Jim Miranda
Jim Linda
Edwin Roldan
Pal Maleter M. Domingo
Pal Maleter M. Domingo
Jim Linda
Hector Tibo
Safety Engineering
Edwin Roldan
Applying First Aid
Electrical and Fire Safety with
First Aid and Training Videos
Industrial Automation
Engineering Metrology
Quality Assurance
Basic Computer Programming
Advance Computer
Programming
Production System and Control
Danilo M. Gacusan
Nuclear Physics
ISBN # 978-971-94792-3-9
Electrical Motor Control
Basic Electricity 1
Analytic Geometry
Differential Calculus
Electrical Machine Design
Electrical Transients
Advance Power System
Power System
Perla Montealegre
Joseph C. Ulep
Josephine B. Andong
Noe D. Dominais
Visayas Campus
Manual
Power Point
Presentation
Lesson Notes
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Edwin Roldan
Academic Affairs
Table 7. Instructional Materials Developed for 2009
Category
Subject Area
Title
Authors
Manila Campus,
CLA (College of Liberal Arts)
Books
Sociology
Introductory Sociology
Syllabi
Filipino
Filipino 3
M. Mendoza
F. Ramos
Filipino Department
Humanities
Humanities
English Department
Architecture
Plumbing Manual
Nathaniel Balbero
Fine Arts
Graphic Technology
Manual for Fine Arts
Graphic La Workbook
F. Docotolero
GT Department
Machine Elements
R. Basaen
J. Yasay
CAFA (College of Architecture and Fine Arts)
COE (College of Engineering)
Books
ET
CIE (College of Industrial Education)
Workbook
Microbiology
Research Manual in Microbiology
Dr. Benita V. Villanueva
Manual
Computer Education
C++ Laboratory Manual
Hilda V. Robino
Bituin L. Estaris
Allan C. Villariza
CIT (College of Industrial )
Manuals
ET
Programmable Logic Controllers Manual
EET Department
Instructional Trainer
ET
Electro-pneumatic Trainer (2)
Package Sorting PLC Trainer (1)
Color Sorting Trainer (1)
Pick-and-Place Trainer (1)
Fluorescent Lamp
Troubleshooting Trainer(1)
Electric Fan Troubleshooting Trainer (1)
EET Department
CPU (condemned-40 units)
EsET Department
Power train and under chassis Trainer
Electrical and *** System Trainer
PPET Department
SM
Mechanic and Fluids
General Fluids
Thermodynamics and
Electromagnetism
Physics Department
Hand-outs
Sociology
Gerardo B. Ballesteros
Hand-outs
Sociology
Compendium of Literary Genres
Compiled Readings for Humanities 1
Test on Temperament
Test on Hemispheric Dominance
PowerPoint Presentation on Gen. Psychology
Computer-Aided Instruction on Sociology
Hand-outs
English
Compilation of Literary Works/Approaches on
Literary Criticism
Collection on Different Aspects of Technical
Writing
Lesme Jr. C. Baquilod
COS (College of Science)
Manual
Cavite Campus
Christopher F. Sasot
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ETEAAP
Through Executive Order 330 in 1996, Former President Fidel V. Ramos issued a mandate to implement the adoption of the
Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program as an integral part of the educational system of CHED, the
authority responsible for its implementation. ETEAAP establishes equivalency competence standards and a comprehensive
assessment system employing written test, interview, skills demonstration and other creative assessment methodologies. Higher
education institution may administer competency-based evaluation. A panel assessment is concerned to determine the
candidates’ knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to a particular discipline and the appropriate, convenient competency
enhancement program. The candidate consequently earns the equivalent credits and the appropriate certificate or degree
awarded by the deputized higher education institutions, one of which is TUP.
Table 8. Descriptive Statistics of TUP ETEEAP for 2009
Degree
Major
Enrolled
Graduated
Civil Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Electrical Engineering Technology
Electronics Engineering Technology
Electronic Communications Engineering Technology
1
6
3
2
5
2
3
Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technology
Computer Engineering Technology
Information Technology
Graphic Arts and Printing Technology
4
2
10
12
2
5
Power Plant Engineering Technology
Mechanical Production and Engineering Technology
Computer Science
Information Systems
Information Management
Computer Education
Art Education
EST
1
Manila Campus
Bachelor of Technology
BS in Computing
BS in Industrial Education
Bachelor of Technical
Teacher Education
1
3
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
Automotive Engineering Technology
Subtotal
7
2
2
60
31
Electronics Engineering Technology
1
5
Chemical Engineering Technology
1
1
Mechanical Engineering Technology
2
4
Visayas Campus
Bachelor of Technology
Computer Engineering Technology
1
Electrical Engineering Technology
1
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology
1
1
Subtotal
6
12
TOTAL
66
43
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Table 9. Linkages for 2009
Campus
Nature of Linkages
Company
TUP Manila
Scholarship
Fluor Daniels Inc.
Scholarship
Fluor-Metrobank Foundation
Faculty and Student
Gokongwei Brothers Foundation , Inc.
Training
SIT
Commission on Audit
Freysinnet Filipinas Corp.
Department of Tourism
RAMCAR Technology Inc.
Aboitiz Transport System
DOLE– Bureau of Rural Workers
ABENSON– Credit and Collection Department
Telus International Philippine, Inc.
Philippine Business Bank
Goodyear Philippine Inc.
ITEC Support Plus, Inc.
Development Academy of the Philippines
Philharbor Ferries & Port Services, Inc.
3 Glovision, Inc.
Philippine Airlines
Social Security Systems
CIBI / Securities and Exchange Commission
Vibal Foundation
JobsDB.com
Novadeci Fairview Satellite Office
Ospital ng Muntinlupa
Solutions Insurance Brokers, Inc.
BCS Systems & Technologies, Inc.
Subic Water & Sewerage Co., Inc.
BFAD
Bureau of Soils and Water Management
BIOTECH, Los Baños
DENR– EMB– NCR
Technical Expert on Environmental Manegement
Amkor-Anam Philippines
TUP Cavite
SIT
Transport Automotive Sales
Toyota Autoparts (Laguna)
Toyota (Dasmariñas)
Mang Ben Clinic
Hauskon
Succoth
W.L. Segovia
JRN Architecture Firm
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Table 9. Linkages for 2009 (continuation…)
Campus
Nature of Linkages
Company
TUP Cavite
SIT
EE/ME Engineering Works & Design Services
VNR Business Center
Bicon Enterprises
Imus Hall
Antal Construction
Jaypee
TUPC
Cavite Testing Center
M.E. Encabo Construction
Goldband (Imus)
Maca Construction
Cypress
Enomoto
On-Semiconductor
DLSU-Dasmariñas
Maxim
Water District– Dasmariñas
Smart– Tech
Sam Kuong (FCIE)
Plus Cable Network
Prostect
Sharp
Love Electronics
Orange 7 Yellow Enterprises
Consolidated Training System
Kosie
Kessell
E.A. Engineering & Industrial Services
Somico
Technoalloy Tooling Technologies
Skan
Macor
Toyota (Balintawak)
Condura
Napocor
NAIA
Aircon and Services
Sure
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Table 9. Linkages for 2009 (continuation…)
Campus
Nature of Linkages
Company
Cooperating Schools
Dasmariñas National High School
(Public)
Congressional National High School
TUP Cavite
Paliparan National High School
Dasmariñas West National High School
Dasmariñas North National High School
Dasmariñas East National High School
Imus National High School
Munting Ilog National High School
Governors Ferrer National High School
Santiago National High School
New Era National High School
(Private)
Jesus Son of Mary Academy
St. Francis of Assisi College
Danhill Academy
Divine College
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Figure 4. Distribution of Enrollment by Campus
Visayas
(1,892)
8.92%
Taguig
(2,711)
12.78%
Cavite
(2,869)
1 3.52%
Manila
(13,742)
64.78%
Figure 5. Distribution of June 2009 Enrollment
According to Campus and Academic Level
Gradua
Baccala
Enrollment
according
to
Graduate
te
ureate
Campus and Academic Level
(1,295)
(5,66…
Baccala
10%
ureate
Baccalaureat
(6,781)
e
49%
Baccalaure
according toPreate
Campus and
(375)
Academ
ic
Level
Baccalaure
13%
ate
(2,494)
87%
Baccalaureate
Pre-Baccalaureate
Cavite Campus
Manila Campus
Baccalau
E n r o ll m e n t a c c o r d in g t o
C a m p u s
a n d A c a d B ea cmc a il c
a u r
L e v e l
e a te
P r e B a c c a l
a u r e a t
e
( 1 ,7 …
P r e B a c c a la u r
e a te
Taguig Campus
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PreBaccalaure
ate
(1,107)
59%
Baccalaure
ate
(785)
41%
Visayas Campus
Academic Affairs
Figure 6. Distribution of 2009 Graduates
According to Campus
(541) Taguig
14% (735) Manila
18% (2,229)
57%
Cavite
(426)Figure 7. Distribution of 2009 Graduates
According to Campus and Academic Level
Pre B a c ca la
u re ate
( 1 ,1 3 5 )
51%
G r a d u a te
G rad u a
to
te
(8 7 )
4%
B a c c a la u r e a
B a c c a lat e
u re ate
(1 ,0 0 7 )
Pre 45%
B a c c a la u r e a
te
Manila Campus
Pre B a cca l
au r e at
e…
Campus andate
(54)
AcademicLevel
PreBaccalaure
ate
(372)
87%
13%
Baccalaureate
Pre-Baccalaureate
Cavite Campus
G rad uate sBacc
acco rd ing
re ate
to
alaur
C a m Pre
p us
- and
e at …Acad e mic
P re
Bacc Le v e l
B a ccaBl a c c a la u r e a
a u r e ate
t
e
(2 9 1 )…
P re B a c c a la u r e a
te
ala …
Taguig Campus
Visaya
Bac c alau
re ate
Visayas Campus
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Table 10. Student Scholarship Grants for 2009
Type of Scholarship
Sponsoring Agency
No. of Grantees
Manila Campus
Institutional
TUP (100%)
15
Sports and Cultural Grant
26
CHED
6
1
58
ROTC Cadet
Subtotal for Institutional
Cavite Campus
Competitive
10
ITUP (50%)
A. Funded by National Government
DOST Scholars
7
DND-CHED-PASUC
1
Barangay Scholars
70
Dasmariñas Municipal Scholars
50
B. Funded by University
Academic Scholars
4
Artisan
14
Cadet Officers
Chorale
Varsity
University Student Government
Children of TUPC Faculty/Staff
Subtotal for Competitive
15
20
8
56
8
253
Taguig Campus
Competitive
Academic Scholars
TUP Supreme Student Council
Editorial Staff (Philippine Artisan)
TUP Employee Dependents
12
13
DOST Scholars
PD 577
Barangay Scholarship Grants
30
1
DND-CHED-PASUC
DSWD (Cong. L. Cayetano District (Taguig Pateros))
Total Philippines Corp.
TUP-MTI Alumni Grant
Laguna Electronics Scholarship
10
25
4
Toshiba Instrument Scholarship
Jollibee Foods Scholarship
5
6
Green Cross Foundation
1
HS Kim Foundation (Amkor)
2
Amkor (CEP)
Continental—Temic
Analog Devices Phils. Inc.
Subtotal for Competitive
38
10
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7
2
21
18
33
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Table 10. Student Scholarship Grants for 2009 (continuation...)
Type of Scholarship
Sponsoring Agency
No. of Grantees
Visayas Campus
Competitive
Academic Scholarships
a. Valedictorian
19
b. Salutatorian
15
City of Himamaylan Scholarship Program
19
City of San Carlos Scholarship Program
1
City of Silay Scholarship Program
16
CHED-SAFE Scholarship
10
DOST Scholarship Program
139
District Educational Scholarship Program
83
First Farmer Holding Corporation
6
Hon. Alfredo G. Marañon Jr. Scholarship Program
8
Hon. Emilio L. Yulo III Scholarship
1
Laguna Electronics, Inc.
7
Lexmark Research and Development Corporation
3
Municipality of Ilog Scholarship Program
1
Municipality of Isabela Scholarship Program
17
Municipality of La Castellana Scholarship Program
13
Philippine Veterans (R.A. #7696) Scholarship
1
Philippine Waters Foundation, Inc.
10
Provincial Educational Assistance for Capitol Employees
Public Employment Service Office (Bacolod City)
20
SANKYU
5
San Miguel Community Scholarship Program
4
Scholarship Para sa Masa (City of Talisay Government)
SIMAG Foundation
23
3
SM Foundation
5
Stitching Anak Negros, Inc.
2
Sugar Industry Foundation, Inc.
12
Zonta Club
3
Subtotal for Competitive
Non-competitive
6
452
BACPATYDP
5
Bacolod City Scholarship Program
18
Barangay Official Privilege (BOP)
24
Sanguniang Kabataan Privilege
63
Subtotal for Non-competitive
110
Total
1,099
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Academic Affairs
Table 11. Licensure Examination Performance for 2009
Field of Specialization
Exam Period
Architecture
Campus/College
Examinees
Passers
TUP Passing
(%)
National
Passing (%)
TUP Manila
January
BSIE / BTTE
20
12
60
43.33
January
18
4
29.22
39.57
June
23
9
39.13
36.63
239
74
31
27.86
29
0.459
28.20
11
2
18.18
September
Licensure Examination for
Teachers
- CAFA
- CIE
October 2009
TUP Cavite
BS Electronics &
Communication Engineering
March 2009
TUP Taguig
BS Mechacnical Engineering
April 2009
7
3
42.86
BS Electrical Engineering
May 2009
4
2
50
BS Civil Engineering
May 2009
6
4
66.67
BS Electrical Engineering
Sept. 2009
10
6
60.00
BS Mechanical Engineering
Oct. 2009
22
17
77.27
BS Electronics &
Communication Engineering
Oct. 2009
24
3
12.50
BS Civil Engineering
Nov. 2009
24
9
37.50
73
71
97
59.72
58
28
48
60.01
Mechanical Engineering
Licensure Examination
October 2009
TUP Visayas
(October 14-15)
Electronics Engineering
Licensure Examination
October 2009
(October 26-27)
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Academic Affairs
Table 12. Student Awards for 2009
Category
Title of Award
Rank
Awarding
Agency
2009 Academic
Awardees
Cum Laude
TUP Manila
Awardees
Manila Campus, COE
Academic
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Racca, Josuel V.
BSECE
Ilagan, Melissa P.
BSECE
Cayamanda, Christopher F.
BSECE
Bautista, Nicefora B.
BSECE
Tolentino, Lean Karlo S.
BSECE
Ang, Ron Mykel C.
BSECE
Navarro, Mary Mayflor S.
BSECE
Pasia, Glenn Ivan V.
BSME
Catalan, Honey Boy S.
BSCE
Engr. Edwin C. Bardinas
BSCE
CE Board Exam 2009
10th Place (May, 2009)
Professional
Regulations
Commission
ME Board Exam 2009
8th Place (April, 2009)
Professional
Regulations
Commission
Engr. Kristoffer L. Manalaysay
BSME
ME Board Exam 2009
1st Place (October 2009)
Professional
Regulations
Commission
Engr. Radino E. Estoria
BSME
CE Board Exam 2009
8th Place (October 2009)
Professional
Regulations
Commission
Engr. Bryan Anthony D. Cabauatan
BSCE
3rd Up Brain Mesh
Nationwide
Intecollegiate Quiz Show
Champion
PSME
Sydefelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Reychard Dwight Henson
7th Mechanical Eng’g
Inter-University Quiz
Contest
Champion
PSME
Sydfelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Glenn Ivan Y. Pasia
Dexter E.Estolonio
Jainiel Sicat
57th PSME National Quiz
Contest
Champion
PSME
Sydfelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Ronald Francis B. Alamo
Dexter E.Estolonio
Jainiel Sicat
2nd Inter-University
Quiz Bowl
Second Runner-Up
PSME
Glenn Ivan Y. Pasia
Dexter E. Estolonio
Ivan D. Marasigan
Ronald Francis B. Alamo
National CE Quiz
First Runner-Up
PICE
Executive’s Challenge and
Engineering
Science Quiz Contest
Second Place
Honey Boy P. Catalan
BSCE
Leonilo G. Manzo Jr.
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Gerald P. Medina
7th Mechanical Eng’g
Inter-University Quiz
Contest
Champion
PSME
Sydfelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Glenn Ivan Y. Pasia
Dexter E.Estolonio
Jainiel Sicat
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Academic Affairs
Table 12. Student Awards for 2009 (continuation…)
Category
Title of Award
Rank
Awarding Agency
Awardees
57th PSME National Quiz
Contest
Champion
PSME
2nd Inter-University
Quiz Bowl
Second Runner-Up
PSME
Sydfelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Ronald Francis B. Alamo
Dexter E.Estolonio
Jainiel Sicat
Glenn Ivan Y. Pasia
Dexter E. Estolonio
Ivan D. Marasigan
Ronald Francis B. Alamo
National CE Quiz
First Runner-Up
PICE
Executive’s Challenge and
Engineering
Science Quiz Contest
Civil Engineering Student Quiz
Second Place
4th IIEE Research Contest,
34th Annual Convention
First Place
IIEE Regional Quiz Show
4th Place
Institute of
Integrated
Electrical
Engineering Society
IECEP Quiz Bowl
“Bottle of the Wizard”
2009
First Runner-Up
IECEP-EMMSC
30th IECEP National Quiz
Bowl “Bit the BEES” 2009
Finalist
IECEP Quiz Bowl
“Bottle of the Wizard”
2009
First Runner-Up
30th IECEP National Quiz
Bowl “Bit the BEES” 2009
Finalist
Manila Campus, COE
Academic
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Second Runner-Up
Institute of
Integrated
Electrical
Engineering Society
Institute of
Integrated
Electrical
Engineering Society
IECEP-EMMSC
Honey Boy P. Catalan
BSCE
Leonilo G. Manzo Jr.
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Gerald P. Medina
Alfacino B. Baguio
Jonalyn V. Go
Mark Christian P. Morallano
Al Jano C. Tan
Gersam L. Dequito
John Carlo S. Almazora
Dan Evin I. Esguerra
Mark Vincent D. Lau
Francis F. Luces
Clarita T. Sy
Rico R. Velasco
Josuel V. Racca
Christopher F. Cayamanda
Jhon Juan V. Evangelista
Charles R. Evangelista
Paul James F. Daria
Virgilio T. Libunao Jr.
Josuel V. Racca
Christopher F. Cayamanda
Jhon Juan V. Evangelista
Charles R. Evangelista
Paul James F. Daria
Virgilio T. Libunao Jr.
Josuel V. Racca
Christopher F. Cayamanda
Jhon Juan V. Evangelista
Charles R. Evangelista
Paul James F. Daria
Virgilio T. Libunao Jr.
Josuel V. Racca
Christopher F. Cayamanda
Jhon Juan V. Evangelista
Charles R. Evangelista
Paul James F. Daria
Virgilio T. Libunao Jr.
Academic Affairs
Table 12. Student Awards for 2009 (continuation…)
Category
Title of Award
Rank
Awarding Agency
Awardees
Cavite Campus
Cultural
Skills Competition
Skills Competition
Academic
“Maliksing Pasko, Handog ng
Caviteno”
Cavite Provincial Capitol
November 20, 2009
“Pakuhan sa Imus”
Liwasang Licerio
Imus, Cavite
December 18, 2009
Welding
Electronics
Lathe Machining
C.A.D.
Cavite Provincial
Capitol
Trece Martirez, Cavite
Champion
Liwasang Licerio
3rd Place
Champion
2nd Place
3rd Place
TUP
Techno Quiz
3rd Place
Mechatronics
3rd Place
Scholastic Award
Academic Excellence
Best in Shop
Extra-Curricular
Champion
Cum Laude
Mr. Leocyl S. Bagay
Mr. Rafael Q. Respo
Mr. Renz Alger I. dela Cuesta
Mr. Paul S. Doronila
TUP
Mr. Jansen R. Lauren
Mr. Jayson James Baltar
Ms. Elisa Dacaymat
Mr. Gonzalo C. Ayong
Mr. Gilbert Charles D. Robles
TUPC
Ms. Elisa G. Dacaymot
Archel Y. Tapia
Nica Mae M. Yumul
Margie F. Rosanto
Gabriel V. Alarcon
Jay-r G. Baruela
Shiela Dee M. Hernandez
Gino Alvin T. Obia
Vincent Raul L. Perez
Alvin B. Raposon
Cesar Paulo M. Ordrino
Lea Jose L. Luz
Leanne Felriecp L.
Galdo
April P. Lorete
Richard M. Herrera
Gabriel V. Alarcon
TUP Foundation Inc
TUPC
Athletes of the Year
TUPC
Gray Hawk Leadership
Award
Outstanding Student
Organization
Outstanding Student Leader
TUP Foundation Inc.
TUPC
Future Educator’s
Organization
Archel Y. Tapia
Writer of the Year
(Non-Graduating)
Writer of the Year
(Graduating)
TUPC
Natalie Jade D. Bacares
TUPC
Jonnel T. Grande
TUPC
Taguig Campus
Ac ademic
With Honors
Manuel Villar
Award
For Academic
Excellence
Cum Laude
Gray Hawk Award/
Manuel Villar
Award for Academic
Excellence
Cum Laude
Jeffrey B. Lagura
Jenny Mae M. Po
Julie Ann A. Mainit
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Table 12. Student Awards for 2009 (continuation…)
Category
Title of Award
Rank
Awarding Agency
Awardees
Taguig Campus
Academic
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Cum Laude
Gray Hawk Award
(Leadership
Academic Excellence
(Continental-Temic)
Arjem Joseph D. Adasca
Vic I. Zapata
Leonor N. Lugatiman
Michelle B. Cruz
Esmeralda S. Tapiz
Nestor L. Orlanes
Joel Angeles
Visayas Campus
Academic
2009 Achievement Award
Special Awards
2009 Achievement Award
Statistical Analysis
Regional Contest
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Magna Cum Laude
TUP Visayas
May Faith S. Ciudad
Vergel D. Jance
Kristian Joel S. Jabatan,
Jeffrey B. Labergas
Nandie Carl O. Llera
Jemma Lynne Marie D.
Ponti
Cum Laude
TUP Visayas
Pres. Gloria MacapagalArroyo Excellence Award
Sen. Manny Villar
Excellence Award
Congressional Medal
Award
Gray Hawk Award for
Excellence
Gray Hawk Award for
Outstanding Leadership
Malacanang
May Faith S. Ciudad
Sen. Manuel Villar
May Faith S. Ciudad
Cong. Jose Carlos Lacson
Vergel D. Jance
TUP Foundation, Inc.
May Faith S. Ciudad
TUP Foundation, Inc.
Jenie C. Mahilum
Gold Medalist
TUP Visayas
Silver Medalist
TUP Visayas
Johanna Princess G.
Ramirez
Goldie A. Ariguin
Glow M. Clavel
Julius G. Delloso
Jed G. Gawan
Emalyn A. Madaiton
Elmay T. Pama
Reino S. Resuma
Bronze Medalist
TUP Visayas
Evrhoy D. Coja
Ma. Rosadelle Lontes
2nd Place
Regional Development
Council and National
Statistics Board
3 Engineering Students
Academic Affairs
Table 13. Scholastic Awards
Category
Title of Award
Non-Graduating
Scholastic Awards
Graduating
Scholastic Awards
Non-Degree
Academic Honor Roll
Rank
Awardeess
Awardees
College
Highest Pointer
Highest Pointer
Highest Pointer
Highest Pointer
Highest Pointer
Highest Pointer
Highest Pointer
Sherwin A. Sepe
Romar B. Mesa
Paul Isaac H. Ramos
Ralph Ferdinand V. Aragon
Karen C. Catindig
Josuel V. Racca
Gerwin A. Flores
CIT
COE
CAFA
CIE
CIT
COE
COS
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
With Honors
Catindig, Karen C.
Calderon, Rhegine
Raymond P. Cilot,
Lemuel Lee C. Alarcon,
Cristina R. Domasig,
Mark B. Abuton,
John James M. Malinis,
Romar C. Castillo,
Earl Matthew C. Martin,
Renalyn B. Mendoza,
Rolien V. Samonte,
Czarina V. Convento,
Justin T. Naling, Lea Ann C.
Guanzon, Rey Ann B.
Del Mundo, Ivyzelle L.
T abian, Joel R.
Rivera, Anne Karla D.
Gutierrez, Kinji F.
Simbulan, Fiona Cathrina L.
Jimenez, Ferma L.
Anico, Geo Raphiel I.
Villamor, Charlene B.
De Guia, Shedina F.
Danao, Jonell C.
Flores, Gerwin A.
Racca, Josuel V.
Ilagan, Melissa P.
Yamanda, Christopher F.
Aragon, Ralph Ferdinand V.
Caparas, Joanna G.
Arlando, Zyrill C.
Ramos, Paul Isaac H.
Castillo, Jerico DL.
Cabaron, Randy R.
Tayco, Rayn Jhun O.
Balela, Camille M.
Topacio, Marianne B.
Sulit, Jamie Rose L.
Bagus, Cheenie D.
Cobre, Jimilette U.
Bautista, Nicefora B.
Sy, Maria Theresa DL.
Corbillon, Norvin C.
Tolentino, Lean Karlo S.
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CIT
CAFA
CIE
CLA
CIE
COS
CAFA
CAFA
CAFA
COS
COE
COE
COE
CIE
CIE
CIE
CAFA
CIE
CIE
CIE
CIE
CIE
CAFA
CAFA
CIE
COE
CIE
Libradilla, Ma. Elaine C.
Gatpayat, John Phillip S.
Zamora, Maria Vanissa S.
Ang, Ron Mykel C.
Navaroo, Mary Mayflor S.
Sapa, Angelica S.
Pasia, Glenn Ivan V.
Pajimola, Florence S.
Catalan, Honey Boy P.
Pagador, Christine Joy C.
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Table 13. Scholastic Awards (continuation…)
Name
Award
Name
Award
SPECIAL AWARDS IN SPORTS
Jon Arlo V. Addeb
Richard T. Aucente
Larry R. Belen II
2nd Place, Cheer Dance
Competition
Arlyn Magayon Ma. Leona
Bronze Medalist, 200 m.
Breaststroke
8th PISCUAA Games 2009,
Manila
Silver Medalist, Swimming Team
Event
Archie Caldito
Benell Joseph Castillon
4 x 200 Freestyle Relay
Arbie Costales
4 x 50 Medley Relay
Christian M. Custodio
Bronze Medalist, Swimming
John Kennteh M. Crubol
Team Event
Arjuna L. de Guzman
4 x 100 Medley Relay
Michael D. Emono
4 x 50 Freestyle Relay
Jovymar Juan
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Emerson L. Lapso
Enrique Legua Jr.
Princess Amodia
Marc Elice Magalong
Leona Belle Marcaida
Aaron Marasigan
Jhun Sahlee Jocson
Silver Medalist, Swimming
Richard Midoro
Team Event
Dino R. Nillo
4 x 200 Freestyle Relay
Danila C. Olidan Jr.
4 x 50 Medley Relay
Stephen R. Racuso
Bronze Medalist, Swimming
Assley Bryle Santiago
Team Event
Robert T. Vasquez
4 x 100 Medley Relay
Xavier Nonato Carlos
4 x 50 Freestyle Relay
Melvin O. Ostia
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Angelica M. David
Mark Joseph Alamario
Mayrinol Devera
Nicko Elarmo
Kris Lianne N. Evangelista
Lope Paglinawan
Angelita S. Go
Bronze Medalist, Swimming Team
Event
4 x 100 Freestyle Relay
Margielou Gonzales
4 x 50 Freestyle Relay
Erika Marisse A. Modesto
4 x 50 Medley Relay
Karen Grace Molina
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Nina Napao
Princess Sandoval
Crystal Tafalla
Kevin B. Gonzales
Rosa Ann Tuliao
Donrel Paculanang
Bronze Medalist, Swimming Team
Event
4 x 100 Freestyle Relay
4 x 50 Freestyle Relay
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Bronze Medalist, Swimming Team
Event
4 x 100 Freestyle Relay
Alvin Prilla
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22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Academic Affairs
Table 13. Scholastic Awards (continuation…)
Name
Award
Name
Award
SPECIAL AWARDS IN THE ARTS
Joel Magnetico
Silver Medalist,
Harry Demafelis
Taekwondo Middle Weight Division
Light Weight Division
Bronze Medalist, Team Event
Taekwondo Team Event
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Marvin Romero
Janzelle Guinevere Vasquez
Silver Medalist,
Dyna Marie Asada
Silver Medalist,
Silver Medalist,
Taekwondo Welterweight Division
Flyweight Division
Bronze Medalist, Team Event
Taekwondo Team Event
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Aldrine Torrepalma
Bronze Medalist,
Raffy Jimenez
Taekwondo Team Event
Jhoan Bernabe
Silver Medalist
Fin Weight Division
Noel Magdaluyo
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Taekwondo Team Event
Benie Barella
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
John Quiroz
Ryan Jaleya
Genevieve Bartolome
Silver Medalist,
Michael Danniel Agustin
Carissa Mia Bautista
Taekwondo Team Event
Aurora Mae Alberba
22nd SUCAA-NCR Meet 2009
Aileen de Ocampo
Camille Lugtu
Ma. Danica Elena Hernandez
Bronze Medalist,
Jovelyn Marasigan
Badminton Team Event
Emmanuel Raymundo
22nd SCUAA-NCR Meet 2009
Genesis Villafuerte
SPECIAL AWARDS IN THE ARTS
Dionamyr S. Ceria
2nd Prize
Jay Javier R. Cahilig
3rd Prize
2010—2011 PLDT-DPC Telephone
On-the-Spot Painting Contest
Directory Cover 24th Visual Art National
Competition
Philand Industries, Inc.
Araneta Center, Quezon City
National Museum, Manila
August 2009
February 2010
Emil Jay B. Guiang
Grand Prize
Oil/Acrylic Category
42nd Shell National Students Art
Competition
Ayala Museum, Makati City
Reinier Rex C. Dionisio
3rd Placer
Samsung Nature Picture Perfect
(Photo Contest)
Samsung Philippines
August 2009
October 2009
Grand Prize
Water Color Category
Art Petron 9: National Student Art
Competition
Art Petron Mega Plaza, Makati City
August 2009
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Table 13. Scholastic Awards (continuation…)
Name
Award
Name
Award
SPECIAL AWARDS IN THE ARTS
Ivander R. Dultra
3rd Place
Paul Isaac H. Ramos
Digital Fine Arts
42nd Shell National Students Art
5th Placer
Samsung Nature Picture Perfect
(Photo Contest)
Samsung Philippines
Competition
August 2009
Ayala Museum. Makati City
October 2009
Grand Prize
Ronson C. Culibrana
Cheenie D. Bagus
Grand Prize
College Level Category
UNYAP International Youth
3rd COCOLIFE Colors of Life
Day On-the-Spot Painting
National Student Visual Arts
Contest
Competition
University of Makati
Philippine Sofitel Plaza
August 2009
1st Prize
Mark Kim R. Arcenal
Jhon Emerson S. Tejones
2nd Prize
On-the-Spot Painting Contest
On-the-Spot Painting Contest
Philand Industries, Inc.
Philand Industries, Inc.
New Ali Mall. Araneta Center,
New Ali Mall, Araneta Center,
Quezon City
Quezon City
August 2009
August 2009
Jhon Emerson S. Tejones
Finalist
Emil Jay B. Guiang
Honorable Mention
Jermilyn R. Ramos
42nd Shell National
3rd AUP On-the-Spot
Dale M. Erispe
Students Art Competition
Painting Contest
Lawrence T. Cunanan
Ayala Museum, Makati City
Jhemuel S. Salvador
October 2009
Adventist University of the
Philippines School of Fine Arts
August 2009
Ricardo C. Arcenal Jr.
Ailean P. Balderama
Juaian A. Mora
Christian Erick R. Villaruz
Xanda Liza R. Gagarin
Rey Anthony D. Alejandro
3rd AUP On-the-Spot
Painting Contest
Russel H. Trinidad
Adventist University of the
Philippines School of Fine Arts
Lendl Arvin V. Paras
Kevin Leonard DV. Cerda
August 2009
John S. Marin
Mark Renemin M. San Pedro
Levie Marie T. Batara
Emard V. Cañedo
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Table 13. Scholastic Awards (continuation…)
Award
Name
SPECIAL AWARDS IN ENGINEERING
Sydfelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Reychard Dwight G. Henson
Champion
3rd University of the Philippines Brain
Mesh
Nationwide Intercollegiate
Quiz Show September 2009
Alfacino B. Baguio
Sydfelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Glenn Ivan Y. Pasia
Dexter E. Estolonio
Jainiel Sicat
Champion
7th Mechanical Engineering
Inter-University Quiz Contest
Batangas State University
September 2009
Jonalyn V. Go
Mark Christian P. Marollano
Al Jano C. Tan
Gersam L. Dequito
John Carlo S. Almazora
Sydfelino G. Manzano
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Ronald Francis B. Alamo
Dexter E. Estolonio
Jainiel Sicat
Champion
57th PSME National Quiz Contest
SMX Convention Center
SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
November 2009
Dan Evin I. Esguerra
Mark Vincent D. Lau
Francis F. Luces
Clarita T. Sy
Rico R. Velasco
4th Place
IIEE Regional Quiz Show
Technological Institute of the
Philippines
Quezon City September 2009
Glenn Ivan Y. Pasia
Dexter E. Estolonio
Ivan D. Marasigan
Ronald Francis B. Alamo
Bryan T. Cacho
2nd Runner-up
2nd Inter-University Quiz Bowl
Laurel Hall, Lyceum of the Philippines
Intramuros, Manila
September 2009
Josuel V. Racca
Christopher F. Cayamanda
Jhon Juan V. Evangelista
Paul James F. Daria
Virgilio T. Libunao Jr.
1st Runner-up
IECEP-EMMSC Quiz Bowl
“Battle of the Wizard 2009”
Lyceum of the Philippines,
Manila
September 2009
Honey Boy P. Catalan
1st Runner-up (Individual Category)
Josuel V. Racca
Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers
National CE Quiz—NCR Elimination
Christopher F. Cayamanda
2nd Runner-up2nd
Runner-up
Charles R. Evangelista
Technological Institute of the Philippines,
Quezon City October 2009
AECESS Interface 2010
Ateneo de Manila University
Leonilo G. Manzo Jr.
2nd Place
Christopher F. Cayamanda
John Joseph D. Labingdalawa
Executive’s Challenge : An Engineering
Science Quiz Contest
Charles R. Evangelista
Gerald P. Medina
2nd Runner-up
PICE-NCR Civil Engineering
Student Quiz
Technological Institute of the
Philippines Quezon City
October 2009
1st Place
4th EE Research Contest
34th Annual National
Convention
SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
November 2009
Dan Evin I. Esguerra
Quezon City February 2010
1st Runner-up
Annual Intercollegiate UP
Circuit SquEEEze 2010
University of the Philippines
University of the Philippines
Los Baños, Laguna February 2010
Quezon City March 2010
Paul James F. Daria
Finalist
Josuel V. Racca
Finalist
Jhon Juan V. Evangelista
Annual Intercollegiate UP
Christopher F. Cayamanda
Rico Velasco
Circuit SquEEEze 2010
Jhon Juan V. Evangelista
30th IECEP National Quiz
Bowl
University of the Philippines
Charles R. Evangelista
Quezon City
Paul James F. Daria
March 2010
Virgilio T. Libunao Jr.
John Rouel L. Abanilla
Exemplary Technology Project
Christina Louie M. Berongoy
“Automated Bottle Sorting and Packaging
Station”
Sigmund Freud C. Cayabyab
“Bit the Bees”
SMX Convention Center,
SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
December 2009
Russel Jay L. Corpuz
Shena S. del Hugo
Debbie Ann P. Flor
Anjelo Christtie F. Madrona
Josef Emmanuelle F. Magisa
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Academic Affairs
Table 13. Scholastic Awards (continuation…)
Name
Award
Name
Award
SPECIAL AWARD IN SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY
Carmelo V. Galicia
2nd Place
Jose Antonio A. Perez
1st national Inter-School Debugging
Challenge
Ninoy Aquino Learning
Resource Center
Polytechnic University of the Philippines
March 2010
Mark Geocel P. Gasgonia
Champion Team
John Stephen T. Soriao
Inter-University Math Whiz 2010
Raymond Pertes
Marjorie P. Salvador
Melanie P. Perez
John James M. Abuton
Jester Aldrich T. Tamayo
Deodelio T. Omas-as
Rowel A. Godoyo
Rome Jay C. Ferrer
Sidney Dani S. Gelito
Lanz Q. Joseph
Yra Zusha Zafe
Antonio A. Alagos
1st Place—Automotive
1st Place—Cooking
1st Place—Cooking
1st Place—Electrical
1st Place—Electrical
1st Place—Electrical
1st Place—Machining
1st Place—Mechatronics
1st Place—Mechatronics
1st Place—Refrigeration & Airconditioning
1st Place—Sewing
1st Place—Sewing
1st Place—Welding
19th Inter-Campus Skills Competition July
2009
Technological University of the
Philippines
February 2010
Rome Jay C. Ferrer
2nd Place
Sidney Dani S. Gelito
National Mechatronics Skills
Competition
Sponsored by TESDA and MRSP
TESDA Complex, Taguig
October 2009
CITATION
Engr. Radino E. Estoria
1st Place
Kevin Leonard DV. Cerda
Finalist
Mechanical Engineering Licensure
Christian R. Evangelista
25th Metrobank Art and Design
Examination
Dan Evin I. Esguerra
Excellence National Competition
October 2009
Le Pavilion Hotel
Pasay City
September 2009
Engr. Bryan Anthony D.
Cabauatan
8th Place
Paolo S. Martin
Civil Engineering Licensure
Runner-up
Art Petron 9: National Student Art
Competition
Examination
Art Petron Mega Plaza,
October 2009
Makati City
August 2009
Jimilette U. Cobre
Kalinangan Dance Troupe
ROSCO MACHINE SHOP
Partner/Cooperating Industry
Department of Education-Pasay
Partner/Cooperating Institution
Service Loyalty Award
Arden Joffer P. Lo
Citation in Leadership
Organization of Electronics
Engineering Students
Outstanding Student Organization/
Club
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Table 14. Student-Organized Activities/Projects
Nature of Activity
Organizer
Event/
Project
Title
Date
Venue
No. of Profile of
Participants
TUP Cavite
Team Building Activity
December 6, 2009
Leadership Training and Seminar
November 26,
2009
Alfonso,
Cavite
Baguio City
Philippine Artisan—
Editorial Staffers
Vice President,
USG President,
FEO President,
4th Student Parliament
November 6, 2009
AVR-TUPC
Student-Administration Forum
November 19, 2009
AVR-TUPC
USG Adviser
Philippine Artisan—
managing Editor, USG
Officers, ACSO Officers,
Claa Presidents, &
NROTCU Corps
Commander
USG Officers,
ACSP Officers, & Philippine
Artisan—Managing Editor
Lantern Parade
December 2, 2009
Launching the TUPC Environment
Committee
December 18, 2009
“Pasko na… TUPC Community
Christmas Party”
December 18, 2009
TUPC
Quadrangle
Poem/Song Recital
January 12-15,
2009
January8, 11-12,
2009
TUPC
Film Showing (Documentary film
on Hereditary and
TUPC
Quadrangle
TUOC
Quadrangle
A. Environment: Prenatal and
Postnatal Development)
B. Ded na si Lolo
TUPC Students
TUP Students,
Environment Committee,
Officers, Admin. Staff and
Faculties
TUP Students, Admin.
Staff, Facilities,
Maintenance Staff and
Security Services
Art-1B, BSIE- 1A, MPET1H, and BS Eng’g-1A
BSIE-1A, CoET 2A&B, AET
-2C, EsET 2G, ART-E3B,
AET-E3C
January 5-6, 2009
(Documentary film on Family
values & superstitious beliefs)
C. I am Sam; The Other Sister
January, 5-6, 2009
EsET-E3G, EET—E3F &
MPET—E3H
(Documentary film on Love and
Mental Retardation)
TUP Taguig
Leadership Seminar
University
Student
Government
Leadership
Towards a
Better TUPV
August 15, 2009
Himamaylan,
Negros
Occidental
24 Class mayors of
Different Classes
Leadership Seminar
University
Student
Government
September 4-6,
2009
Himamaylan,
Negros
Occidental
34 USG Officers and 1 USG
Adviser
Social Events
University
Student
Government
USG all for
One in Team
Building and
Leadership
Technology
Day
November 6, 2009
TUP Visayas
Whole Population of
Engineering Technology
Students
Social Events
University
Student
Government
Engineering
Day
November 20,
2009
TUP Visayas
Whole Population of
Engineering Technology
Students
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Academic Affairs
Academic Affairs
National Service Training Programs
School Year 2009-2010 is a blessed and productive year for TUP NSTP for it conducted successfully the 3 program
components namely ROTC, CWTS and LTS. The program was designed with the end- in-view of developing the trainees
of enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness imbued with good moral values as good citizens of the
country. Specifically, for ROTC, it was designed to provide military training among students in order to motivate, train,
organize and mobilize them for national preparedness , while Civic Welfare and Training Service (CWTS), is designed to
immerse students in activities that will help them to become effective members to contribute in the upliftment of the
general welfare and the quality of life of the people in the community and the enhancement of facilities especially those
that are devoted to improving health, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizenry; and
Literacy Training Service (LTS), train students to teach literacy and numeracy skills to school children and other segment
of the society in need of their services.
ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN
The NSTP sector magnifies the following activities as part of its accomplishments for the year in review.
Civic Welfare and Training Service
The NSTP – CWTS sector has a total of enrollment of 2,641 during the 1st semester; 2,300 for the 2nd semester. This
sector was divided into 5 divisions such as Makakalikasan for the College of Engineering with a total of 314 graduates
distributed into 199 males and 115 females; Makabansa for the College of Industrial Technology with 1,173 graduates
divided into 683 males and 490 females, Mapagkawanggawa for the College of Architecture and Fine Arts with 215
graduates divided into 119 males and 96 females. Maka-Diyos for the College of Science with 268 graduates, divided into
98 males and 170 females; Mapagkalinga for the College of Liberal Arts with 146 graduates, divided into 32 males and
114 females. The NSTP-CWTS has total graduates of 2116 composed of 1,131 males and females for this school year. This
component was managed by 19 faculty members..
Literary Training Service
The NSTP – LTS has a total of 526 enrollees for the first semester and 467 for the second semester with a total of 452
graduates distributed as 136 males and 329 females. This component was managed by 3 faculty members.
Reserved Officers Training Corps
The entire ROTC sector has a total of 1,200 enrollees for the first semester and 867 for the second semester with a total of
793 graduates composed of 587 males and 206 females. There were 11 trainees who have cross-enrolled from San
Sebastian College- Recoletos. The training was managed by 5 military officials and 9 cadets.
For this year the office had undergone the following projects:
Environment
In this sector, the “linis ganda” TUP covering the Clean and Green and Beautification Project was implemented by the
trainees wherein they were able to help the campus in cleaning and beautifying the grounds, university stage garden and
administration and college vicinity, waste segregation and maintaining the plant nursery. Similar organized seminar and
training, trainees provided board illustrations on proper hygiene to some barangays.
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ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITY
ACTIVITY
PREDATE
DATE
29-30,
2009
2,NO.
NO.
300OF
OF
trainees
CLIENTS
CLIENTS
Los
PLACE
Laguna
REMARKS
Experiential
REMARKS
activities were also Sept.
done
in the community
served.
This aims also PLACE
as
anBaños,
eye opener
to the community
people to
MOBILIZATION
UNDERTAKEN
SERVED
SERVED
Training
value
the
importance
of
having
a
clean
and
green
community.
Specifically,
trainees
helped
in
landscaping
EDUCATION
ENVIRONMENT
Jan.
Dec.
Jan.24-Feb.
15,
20,
21,16,
2010
22,2010
25,
21,
60 children
Constituents
793
Trainees of TUP
TUP-Manila-along
Brgy. 151 Zone
Intramuros,
Baywalk,
Manila
Manila
15 San
Beautification
Tutorial and and
Cleaning
the community center,
segregation
ofRoque
waste
materials,
of flowers
and
Tutoring
Adopt-a-wall
Cleaning
2010
Jan.
2010
20 cleaning
and 28, the road/canals,
Manila
Intramuros,
Manila
Ripalda
Hall
Pasay
City planting
Planting
feeding
of plants
Feb.
22,
201021,
10
Families of Brgy.
Anggat,
Bulacan
Tree
Planting
TUPTree
Feeding
Linis
Planting
Ganda
2010
Feb.24-Feb.
18,
Jan.
Constituents
Zoneable
15 San
Cleaning
plants
that enhanced
the2010
beauty of the
community. TraineesBrgy.
were151also
to come
up with board
Project
EDUCATION
2010
Dec.
Jan.17,
21,
22,
19,
25,2009
151
100
Children
15barangays.
TUP-Administration
Roque
Brgy.
Sta.
Pasay
AnaCityManagement
Beautification
Gift
giving
and
and
Constituents
of TUP Seminar
OTHER
March
5,18,
2010
793
Trainees
TUP Ground
Presentation
of
illustrations on Environmental
advocacy
toZone
some
on
Waste
was
also
been
Planting
plants
Gift giving
2010
Garden
Banahaw,
Manila
Planting
feeding
of
plants
ACTIVITIES
Sponsors
Manila
conducted.
Beautification
Feeding
Feb.7,18,
2010
Feb.
2010
793 Trainees
TUP Ground
RAATI
Cleaning
Jan. 20, 21, 22, 28,
NSTP-Building
Cleaning of
Constituents of TUP
2010
Building
Participation in the Interactive
program onManila
climate change like Coastal Cleaning at the Manila
Bay and
, adopt-aFeb. 4, 11, 18, 2010
restructuring
park and historical wall were done in support in the campaign of the Linisin at Ikarangal ang
Maynila.
NSTP Bulletin
Board
Jan. 8, 14, 15, 22
In
front
of
NSTP
Office,
Cleaning
Health
Constituents of TUP
and
27,
2010
COE
Building
and
TUP
In the health aspect, conducted drug education
campaign through the use of tarpaulin, distribution of
Manila
Administration Garden
brochures, organized
seminar
and
training,
trainees
provided board
illustrations
onofproper
hygiene to some
Jan. 12 and 13,
Rock Garden
in front
Cleaning
Constituents of TUP
barangays. Seminar
on Ailment Prevention to some parents in
the Office
barangay was also conducted.
2010
NSTP
(replacing ofMedical
new
Manila
hallow
blocks)
and Dental program was also done to serve the health needs of street children. The office has also solicited
and planting of
medicines used during the said activity
plants
Dec. 15, 16, 2010
TUP
Signage
Cleaning and
Constituents of TUP
Jan. 20 and 28,
planting of
Livelihood
Manila
2010
Bermuda
grass
Trainings on Book Marks making,Siomai and Chocolate Making as Entrepreneurship Seminar
were conducted
to some barangay constituents.
Education
Tutorial Lesson, Educational Film Showing and Interactive Fun Games (Educational Fun Games) to children
mostly in the Barangay Day Care Center in the community and in some Foundations were conducted by the
trainees. Part of the program was also on the promotion of voter’s education and peace education as a way of
building the communities. Related to this, feeding and gift giving was also conducted during and after sessions
with the children and made murals related to technology info-dissemination , Adopt-a- brother ,sister and lola
/lolo in the Boys Town forms part of the activities done.
Other Services
Community Assessment was conducted in various communities where the trainees were deployed since it is part
of community development. This activity allowed the trainees to have a better knowledge on what is happening
in the community and as basis in coming up with a project that will answer existing problem. Painting of street
signs, barangay hall, bulletin board preparation and display were Also done.
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Research & Extension
Research & Extension
Research at TUP
TUP’s mission in research states:
“The Technological University of the Philippines shall generate, disseminate, and utilize quality research and
development outputs in science, engineering, technology, arts, architecture, and technology education for the
agricultural, industrial, academic and related sectors in the attainment of the national development targets for a
sustainable future and improved quality of life.”
As early as 1980’s, the University has placed research as one of its core functions. TUP is a research University, and
this fact strongly proves why TUP is an identified institution in industrial and technological education. TUP’s
researches impact the development of technological education and industrial growth in the country. For years, TUP’s
R&D has been organized and its implementing mechanisms have been identified to include a robust pool of R&D
manpower, research facilities, forged ties/linkages, and approved incentives in order to set the atmosphere and develop
the research culture amongst faculty and students researchers of the University. As years passed, the challenge for
institutional R&D is becoming a bottleneck. Inevitably, there are many problems and concerns inherent to the
implementation and conduct of research within the University. The management is doing its best to revive the sound
culture for research, but this calls for a collective effort which should be led by the respective college deans, campus
directors and R&D officials.
The University’s R&D in the year 2009 is best summarized the following:
Twenty-six (26) UREC-approved projects were completed and thirteen (13) un programmed projects were completed;
The colleges/campuses/unit are determined to continue the 74 research projects in 2010;
Sixteen (16) projects were confirmed as deferred/aborted for various reasons;
Three (3) research outputs are pending for patent, namely: “K-VIO 2T Oil“ of Engr. Felipe Ronald Argamosa, et. al.;
“R-134a Refrigerant Recovery Machine” invented by Prof. Bilomar Floresca; and “Multi-Operational Device” invented
by Prof. Maximo Merillo;
The Energy Efficient Lighting Saving Calculator for Household which is a project of Dr. Arjun Ansay for DOE is now
available in the market;
Dr. Melito Baccay was named by NAST as the Outstanding Young Scientist for 2009. He likewise received an award
for his research published in an internal journal, an ISI-listed journal;
Dr. Adora S. Pili was granted research load for SY 2009-2010 for her study entitled “Compendium of Abstracts of
MAT Theses in Science and Math Education (2000-2009)”; and
A total of 29 research outputs were published various journals, distributed as follows:
two (2) in international journals, 13 in national journals,
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Research & Extension
Research & Extension
Status of R &D Projects for 2009
There were completed faculty research projects from all campuses of the University
was completed. Table 1 presents the distribution of completed projects by college/campus for 2009.
Table 15. Summary and Distribution of Completed Faculty Research Projects in 2009
College/Campus
Total
%
InCIT
the year 2009, a total of 39 research projects were completed.
Majority or 10 (25.64%)
--- of the said
number
were projects of faculty members from TUP Cavite
Campus. Table 2 summarizes
COS
6
15.38
the
list of completed projects for 2009.
COE
4
10.26
CLA
--
--
CIE
8
20.51
CAFA
IRTC
2
2
5.13
5.13
TUP-CAVITE
TUP-TAGUIG
10
5
25.64
12.82
TUP-VISAYAS
2
5.13
39
100.00
Total
Table 16. Summary of Completed Faculty Researchers in FY 2009
Title
Proponent(s)
College of Science
Extraction and Evaluation of Dye from Local Organic Materials, Barks and Leaves of Plants
Rafaela Gollayan
Corazon Sacdalan
Utilization of Common Philippine Plant Foods for Instant Noodle Production
Leilani Morales
Teresa Ranay
Algae as a Source of Green Fuel
Fidela Arañes and Chem. Dept.
Development of Standardized Test in Chemistry I for Technology Students
Eduviges Castillo, et.al.
Development of Standardized in College Algebra for Technology Students
Virginia Timpug, et.al.
Compendium and Database Development for the BAS-ES Project Papers
Erwin Elazegui
Regina Gatmaytan
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Research & Extension
Table 16. Summary of Completed Faculty Researchers in FY 2009
Title
Proponent(s)
College of Engineering
Study on the Compressive and Flexural Behavior of Fiber-Reinforced Ferrocement
Melito Baccay
Study on the Performance of Ferrocement as a Roofing Material in the Philippines
Melito Baccay
Development of TUPMMC Patronage System
Romeo Jorda
Development of a PLC Controlled Module for Instruction/Laboratory Purpose
Lyndon Bague
College of Industrial Education
Competence of BSIE Graduates Employed in the DepEd Manila: Perspective for Policy Formulation*
Romeo Ebonite
Status of BSIE Programs National Capital Region SY: 2002-2004: Basis for Program Development*
Andres Taguiam
Predictors of the Application of Effective Leadership Practices of Middle Managers in the
Technological University of the Philippines*
Apollo Portez
Technological University of the Philippines BSIE Graduates’ Performance in the Licensure
Examination for Teachers*
Development and Evaluation of a Library Information Management Package for Tertiary Education*
Alberta Manguerra
Level of Efficiency of Teacher Education Programs in Selected SUCs” Input to Staff Development of
State Technical Education Institutions*
Benita Villanueva
Predictors of Organizational Performance of Government-Owned and Controlled Corporations in
Eastern Visayas: Inputs to Policy Direction*
Technology Orientation of Fourth Year Students in the CIE-TUP Manila*
Ma. Narlyn Euroses
Wilhelmina Borjal
Cherrypyn Barbacena
College of Architecture and Fine Arts
Employment Status of BGT Graduates as Draftsman/ Designer in
Manufacturing Companies: Its Implications to the Program of the Graphics
Department
Development of Ecotourism in Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur*
Pablo Pilar, Jr.
Roberto Panganoron
Integrated Research and Training Center
Engine Performance Characterization of Jatropha and Coconut Methyl Ester
Using Un-additized Diesel Fuel*
Development of Energy Efficient Lighting Saving Calculation for Household
Application*
Felipe Argamosa
Carlos Zapanta
E. Lauzon
Arjun Ansay
TUP-Cavite
Development of a Microcontroller Based Automated Venetian Blinds
Development of a Particle Board Using Saw Dust Bonded by Melted PET Bottles
Edmundo Frias
Ireneo Garcia
Myrna Fernando
Lawrence de Guzman
Melchor Fernando
Myrna Fernando
Gil Beltran
Entrepreneurship as NSTP Dimensions Strategies to Integrate Multiple Intelligence
Normi Salita
Relationship Between TUPSTAT Scores and Math and Science Achievements of the Second Year
Students SY 2007-2008
Gemma Hufana
Supervised Industrial Training: A Continuing Analysis (2006-2008)
Ireneo Garcia
Graciano Feraer
Jessie Saulog
Development of UV Ray Detector
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Research & Extension
Table 17. List of Research Outputs Published in Various Journals
Title of Article
Author/s
Name of Journal
Vol. No. /
Issue/Year
Level
(Local, Nat’l, Int’l)
PJIET
Vol. 17
National
Manila Campus, CIT (College of Industrial Technology)
1. Performance Appraisal of a
Locally Developed Sound
Suppressor Unit for Hypersonic
Ammunition
Buenaventura Sabater
1 & 2 / 2007
Manila Campus, COS (College of Science)
2. Bioremediation Potential of
Fungi Isolated From Waste Site Soil
Samples
Erwin Elazegui
Madonna Piamonte
PJIET
Vol. 17
National
1 & 2 / 2007
Eleasar Solomon
Manila Campus, COE (College of Engineering)
3. Temperature Dependency of
Chloride Induced Corrosion in
Concrete
Melito Baccay
Journal of Advanced
Concrete Technology
Vol. 1 No. 1 / Feb.
2009
International
PJIET
Vol. 17
National
Manila Campus, CLA (College of Liberal Arts)
4. A Critical Study of the Theme of
Alienation in Selected Philippines
Free Press Prize-Winning Short
Stories
Anunciacion Brotonel
5. Validation of a Leadership
Questionnaire
Juliet Catane
1 & 2 / 2007
PJIET
Vol. 17
Divina Elvambuena
National
1 & 2 / 2007
Manila Campus, IRTC
6. The Combustion Characteristics
of Coconut Methyl Ester in Diesel
Engines
Felipe Argamosa
Philippine Science
Compendium of
Engineering Science and
Industry
Nov. 2009
7. Engine Performance
Characterization of Coconut Methyl
Ester and Jatropha Methyl Ester
Using Un-additized Diesel Fuel
Felipe Argamosa
Proceedings 16th AEAN
Regional Symposium on
Chemical Engineering
Dec. 2009
Carlos Zapanta
National
E. Lauzon
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Research & Extension
Table 17. List of Research Outputs Published in Various Journals (continuation…)
Title of Article
Author/s
Name of Journal
Vol. No./
Issue/
Year
Level
(Local,
Nat’l, Int’l)
TUP Manila
Integrated Research and Training Center
The Combustion Characteristics of Coconut Methyl
Ester in Diesel Engines
Ronald Felipe Argamosa
Engine Performance Characterization of
Coconut Methyl Ester and Jatropha Methyl Ester
Using Un-additized Diesel Fuel
Ronald Felipe Argamosa
Carlos Zapanta
E. Lauzon
Philippine Science
Compendium of
Engineering Science
and Industry
Proceedings
16th ASEAN Regional
Symposium on
Chemical
Engineering
Nov. 2009
National
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
Local
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
TUP,
Feb. 26,
2009
Manila
Hotel
Dec. 1-2,
2009
Local
Aklan State
University
Dec. 13,
2009
National
Dec. 2009
College of Industrial Education
Predictors of Application of Effective Leadership
Practices of Mid-Managers in TUP
Apollo Portez
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Competencies of BSIE Graduates Employed in the
DepEd Manila
Romeo Ebonite
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP BSIE Graduates’ Performance in LET
Alberta Manguerra
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Library Information Management Package for
Tertiary Students
Wilhelmina Borjal
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Level of Efficiency of Teacher Education Program in
Selected SUCs
Benita Villanueva
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Predictors of Organizational Performance of GOCCs
in Eastern Visayas
Narlyn Eusores
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Technology Orientation of 4th Yr. Students in CIT TUP
-Manila
Cherrypyn Barbacena
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Status of BSIE Programs NCR SY:2002-2004
Andres Taguiam
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Influence of Philippine Granted Furnace Slag Upon
Flowtability and Mechanical Properties of Concrete
Jedel Agron
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Energy Efficient Lighting (EEL) Saving Calculator for
Household
Arjun Ansay
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
Engine Performance Characterization of Coconut and
Jathropha Methyl Ester Using Un-additized Diesel
Fuel
Felipe Argamosa
Carlos Zapanta
Influenced of Slag and Fly-ash on the Hardened
Properties of Concrete Paving Blocks
Jedel Agron
16th ASEAN Regional
Symposium on
Chemical
Engineering, Phil.
Institute of Chemical
Engineering
4th National
Research Forum on
Global Social Issues,
Science and
Technology and
Environment:
Bridging through
Research
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Integrated Research and Training Center
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International
Research & Extension
Research & Extension
Table 17. List of Research Outputs Published in Various Journals (continuation…)
Author/s
Name of
Journal
Vol. No./
Issue/Year
Level
(Local,
Nat’l, Int’l)
Extraction and Analysis of Oils from Melon
and Chico Seeds
Irmalyn Santos Rafaela
Gollayan
APREO 2008,
TUP-OVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Extent and Status of the BASEnvironmental Science Research Papers
Erwin Elazegui
APREO 2008,
TUP-OVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Faunal Inventory of the Zoological
Centers in Metro Manila
Erwin Elazegui
APREO 2008,
TUP-OVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Practices of Teacher Education
Institutions In Science Education
Adora Pili
APREO 2008,
TUP-OVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Floristic Inveotry of the Luneta Park
Manila (Poster Paper Research)
Erwin Elazegui
Annual
Scientific
Meeting of the
National
Academy of
Science and
Technology
NAST DOST
July 9-10,
2009
National
Knowledge and Attitude of College
Students Towards Biodiversity
Conservation (Poster Paper Research)
Erwin Elazegui
Annual
Scientific
Meeting of the
National
Academy of
Science and
Technology
NAST DOST
Sept. 10-11,
2009
National
Rosario Nicdao
APREO 2008,
TUP-OVPRE
TUP, Feb. 26,
2009
Local
Rate of Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
Exposed to Carbonation and Chloride
Attack
Melito Baccay
APREO 2008,
TUP-OVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Non-destructive Corrosion Measurement in
Existing Reinforced Concrete Structure
Melito Baccay
3rd JSPS-DOST
International
Symposium on
Environmental
Engineering –
UP/ Tokyo
Institute of
Technology/
Kasetsart
University
SEAMEO –
Innotech, UP
Diliman, QC
March 9-10,
2009
International
Status of BSIE Programs NCR SY:2002-2004
Andres Taguiam
APREO 2008,
TUP-OVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
The guidance program in selected public
schools in the division of Taguig-Pateros: An
Evaluation
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
Vicente Arevalo
Title of Article
TUP Manila
College of Science
College of Liberal Arts
Glossary of Technical Terms for
Students of TUP
College of Engineering
College of Industrial Education
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Table 17. List of Research Outputs Published in Various Journals (continuation…)
Title of Article
Author/s
Name of
Journal
Vol. No./
Issue/Year
Level
(Local,
Nat’l, Int’l)
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
Leila Ramos
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
Ma. Fe Gannaban
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
TUP Manila
College of Industrial Education
The work motivation and its relationship to the
academic performance of the Technological
University of the Philippines-Taguig
Ladderized Engineering students
Analysis of selective linguistic items in spoken
discourse: Description of a Tagalog variety in
Taguig
Electricity consumption monitoring alarm
System
Raymund Lozada
A.Arellano
M. Banasing
Junior Authors
Modification of Vendo type customer operated
photocopier for TUP-Taguig academic
Community
Technical viability of the Nipa palm tree as a
source of bioethanol
Technical viability of waste cooking oil as
starting material for the production of
Biodiesel
Design and development of equipment for the
waste cooking oil with Biodiesel
conversion of
Leo Lim
J. Abonalla
J. Javellana
Tapiz,E
Ursula, N
Emmanuel Ferrer
Lauro Dayao
F. Tihume
B. dela Cruz
F. Givera
M. Basoba
R. Laruna
Joseph Bryan Asufra
Rolita Cang
J. del Rosario
J. Demate
R. Domael
S. Gerasmo
G. Mahinay
Edilberto Barrios III
Norway Pangan
m. Aguirre
F.Barba
C. Flores
R. Getalado
J. Mascarenas
One of the sub-criteria under research component of SUC Leveling is the number of research outputs
presented in various fora, conferences, seminars, and similar activities. Despite the fact that there are very few
researches completed for 2009, and majority are subject for continuation next year, still, a good number of
research outputs were presented in various seminars this year (see Table 5.) Majority of the research outputs
listed are projects that were completed last year.
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Table 17. List of Research Outputs Published in Various Journals (continuation…)
Title of Article
Author/s
Name of
Journal
Vol. No./
Issue/Year
Level
(Local,
Nat’l,
Int’l)
TUP Manila
College of Industrial Education
Formulation of soil database in Juan 1 Binan, Laguna: Basis for
Pipe Laying construction
Edgar Gay-ya
G. Datario
F. Gonzales
A. Tante
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
Waste plastic bottle strips as fiber material in the pre-cast
concrete canal panels
Egar Gay-ya
M. Olinares
D. Serra
J. de Jesus
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
Production of biodegradable polypropylene plastic from banana
(Musa Acuminata Colla) stem fiber
Norway Pangan
M. Ramos
D. Lonto
TUP-Taguig
Research Digest
2009
Local
Prospects of Polyhrodxyalkanoate from Fruit and Vegetable
Scraps as Raw Material in the Production of Biodegradable
Plastic
Belinda Legaspi
PJIET
Vol. 17 1&2 /
2007
National
Multiple Intelligences Across Levels: A Comparative Study by
Type of School
A Descriptive Study on the English Reading Comprehension of
Industrial Education Students and Engineering Students
Supervised Industrial Training Narrative Report: A
Documentary Analysis
Normi Salita
PJIET
National
Emily Beltran
PJIET
Ireneo Garcia Jessie
Saulog
Graciano Feraer
PJIET
Vol. 17 1&2 /
2007
Vol. 17 1&2 /
2007
Vol. 17 1&2 /
2007
Beliefs and Perceptions of Science Teachers on the Value of
Safety and Hazard Management in the Laboratory
Development of a PC Based Short Message Service (SMS)
Controlled Switching System
Evangeline Felizarta
PJIET
National
Melchor Fernando
Myrna Fernando
PJIET
Vol. 17 1&2 /
2007
Vol. 17 1&2 /
2007
Folk Toys in Teaching Fluid Mechanics: Apparatus and
Learning Module
Perla Montealegre
Philippine
Physics Society
Journal
Vol. 30 / 0117150X /2008
National
Development of an Electromechanical Jack With Emergency
Light Device
Arnel Mondejar
PJIET
Vol. 17 1&2 /
2007
National
TUP Cavite
National
National
National
TUP Visayas
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Table 18. List of Research Outputs Presented in Appropriate For a/Conferences,
Seminars, and Similar Activities
Title of Research Output
TUP Manila
College of Industrial Education
Predictors of Application of Effective Leadership
Practices of Mid-Managers in TUP
Presenter/s
Title of Forum,
Conference, etc/
Organizer
Venue/Date
Level
(Local, Nat’l,
Int’l)
Apollo Portez
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Competencies of BSIE Graduates Employed in the
DepEd Manila
Romeo Ebonite
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
TUP BSIE Graduates’ Performance in LET
Alberta Manguerra
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Library Information Management Package for
Tertiary Students
Wilhelmina Borjal
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Level of Efficiency of Teacher Education Program
in Selected SUCs
Benita Villanueva
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Predictors of Organizational Performance of
GOCCs in Eastern Visayas
Narlyn Eusores
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Technology Orientation of 4th Yr. Students in CIT
TUP-Manila
Cherrypyn
Barbacena
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Status of BSIE Programs NCR SY:2002-2004
Andres Taguiam
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Influence of Philippine Granted Furnace Slag
Upon Flowtability and Mechanical Properties of
Concrete
Energy Efficient Lighting (EEL) Saving
Calculator for Household
Jedel Agron
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Arjun Ansay
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Engine Performance Characterization of Coconut
and Jathropha Methyl Ester Using Un-additized
Diesel Fuel
Felipe Argamosa
Carlos Zapanta
Manila Hotel
Dec. 1-2, 2009
International
Influenced of Slag and Fly-ash on the Hardened
Properties of Concrete Paving Blocks
Jedel Agron
16th ASEAN Regional
Symposium on Chemical
Engineering, Phil.
Institute of Chemical
Engineering
4th National Research
Forum on Global Social
Issues, Science and
Technology and
Environment: Bridging
through Research
Aklan State
University
Dec. 13, 2009
National
Redentor Janaban
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Waste Plastic Strips as Fiber Material in Pre-Cast
Concrete Canal Panels
Edgar Gay-ya
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Design and Development of a Batch Process
Control Mixing
Jane Morgada
APREO 2008, TUPOVPRE
TUP,
Feb. 26, 2009
Local
Design and Development of Equipment for the
Conversion of Waste Cooking Oil with Biodiesel
Edilberto Barrios III
REDTI – REDTI
Lyceum of the
Phils., Batangas
May 28, 2009
National
Integrated Research and Training Center
UES
Evaluation of Adopt a Barangay Project
for Barangay Kinabuhayan, Dolores,
Quezon
TUP Taguig
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Table 18 List of Research Outputs Presented in Appropriate For a/Conferences,
Seminars, and Similar Activities (continuation...)
Title of Research Output
Presenter/s
Title of Forum,
Conference, etc/
Organizer
Venue/Date
Level
(Local, Nat’l,
Int’l)
TUP Taguig
Formulation of Soil Database in Juan 1 Biñan,
Laguna: Basis for Pipe Laying
Edgar Gay-ya
REDTI – REDTI
Lyceum of the Phils.,
Batangas
May 28, 2009
National
The Guidance Program in Selected Public
Schools in the Division of Taguig-Pateros: An
Evaluation
Vicente Arevalo
REDTI – REDTI
Lyceum of the Phils.,
Batangas
May 28, 2009
National
Batch Process Control Mixing for the
Production of Laminol GEC
Jane Morgado
PUP – DOST
Bayview Hotel
March 10, 2009
National
Characterization of Marble Particles and its
Potential as Material Component in Concrete
Hollow Blocks (CHB)
Edgar Gay-ya
PUP – DOST
Bayview Hotel
March 10, 2009
National
Design and Development of Channel Stove
Rexmel Decapia
PUP – DOST
National
Design and Development of a Prepaid CardActivated Electric Meter
Danilo Miranda
PUP – DOST
Bayview Hotel
March 10, 2009
Bayview Hotel
March 10, 2009
Waste Plastic Bottle Strips as Fiber Material in
the Pre-cast Concrete Canal Panels
Edgar Gay-ya
REDTI – REDTI
Filamer Christian
College, Capiz City
July 29-31, 2009
National
Analysis of Selective Linguistic Items in
Spoken Discourse: Description of a Tagalog
Variety in Taguig
Ma. Fe Gannaban
REDTI – REDTI
Filamer Christian
College, Capiz City
July 29-31, 2009
National
The Work Motivation and its Relationship to
the Academic Performance of the TUP-T
Ladderized Engineering Students
Leila Ramos
REDTI – REDTI
National
Design and Development of Channel Stove
Rexmel Decapia
PUP – DOST
Design and Development of a Prepaid CardActivated Electric Meter
Danilo Miranda
PUP – DOST
Filamer Christian
College,
Capiz City
July 29-31, 2009
Bayview Hotel
March 10, 2009
Bayview Hotel
March 10, 2009
Waste Plastic Bottle Strips as Fiber Material in
the Pre-cast Concrete Canal Panels
Edgar Gay-ya
REDTI – REDTI
National
Analysis of Selective Linguistic Items in
Spoken Discourse: Description of a Tagalog
Variety in Taguig
Ma. Fe Gannaban
REDTI – REDTI
Filamer Christian
College, Capiz City
July 29-31, 2009
Filamer Christian
College, Capiz City
July 29-31, 2009
The Work Motivation and its Relationship to
the Academic Performance of the TUP-T
Ladderized Engineering Students
Leila Ramos
REDTI – REDTI
Filamer Christian
College,Capiz City
July 29-31, 2009
National
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National
National
National
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One Grant of Incentives in Publication
A significant contributor in the points obtained by TUP in the SUC Leveling 2003 was the research outputs published in
national and international journals. To encourage faculty researchers to conduct research and publish their research
results in journals, the BOR approved in 2006 the grant of incentive for publications. In 2008, the University has
Name of Researcher
Name of Researcher
Title of Research Article
Ma. Richie J. Caibal (TUP
Ma. Richie J. Caibal (TUP-M)
-M)
Size Effect on Structural
Size Effect on Structural
Performance
Reinforced
Performance ofof
Reinforced
Concrete Beams
Under
Flexure
Concrete
Beams
Under
Edgar Gay-ya
Characterization of Marble
Flexure
(TUP-T)
Particles and Its Potential as
Edgar Gay-ya
Characterization
ofinMarble
Material Component
the
Production of Concrete Hollow
Particles
and
Its
Potential
as
Blocks (CHBs)
(TUP-T)
Material
Component
in
the
Dionisio A. Espression, Jr. (TUP
Construction Method of Housing
-M)
on Water in Puerto
Princesa City,
Production
of Concrete
Palawan,
Hollow
Blocks
(CHBs)
Belinda S. Legaspi (TUP-C)
Prospects
of Polyhydroxyalkanoate
Buenaventura V. Sabater (TUPM)
Normi S. Salita (TUP-C)
Anunciacion M. Brotonel (TUPM)
Juliet A. Catane & Ma. Divina
E. Elvambuena
(TUP-M)
Emily L. Beltran
(TUP-C)
Olga M. Ong
(TUP-M)
Arnel P. Mondejar
(TUP-V)
Ireneo I. Garcia, Jessie C.
Saulog & Graciano G. Feraer
(TUP-C)
Evangeline Bulos-Felizarta
(TUP-C)
Melchor P. Fernando & Myrna
B. Aquino-Fernando (TUP-C)
Erwin P. Elazegui, Madonna B.
Piamonte & Eleasar D. Solomon
(TUP-M)
Gisela Rolluqui
(TUP-M)
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Amount
Approve
d Amount
Name of Journal
Issue
Journal of Structural
Vol. 73, No.
5,000Approved
Journal of Structural Construction
Vol. 73, No. 626,
5,000
Construction
Engineering,
626, April
April2008
Engineering, Architecture
Institute
of Japan (AIJ)Institute of
Architecture
2008
Research and Educational
Vol. 5B, October
5,000
Japan
(AIJ)
Development Training Institute
2008 issue.
Research
and
Vol. 5B,
5,000
(REDTI) Journal
Educational Development October
Training
(REDTI) 2008Vol.
issue.
ResearchInstitute
and Educational
5B, October
5,000
Development
Training
Institute
2008
issue
Journal
Table 19. List of Grantees of Incentives in Publications.
Title of Research Article
Name of Journal
Issue
from Fruit and Vegetable Scraps as
Raw Material in the Production of
Biodegradable Plastic
Performance Appraisal of a Locally
Developed Sound Suppressor Unit
for Hypersonic Ammunition
Multiple Intelligences Across
Levels: A Comparative Study by
Type of School
A Critical Study of the Theme of
Alienation in Selected Philippines
Free Press Prize-Winning Short
Stories
Validation of a Leadership
Questionnaire
A Descriptive Study on the English
Reading Comprehension of
Industrial Education Students and
Engineering Students
Library Performance as Perceived
by the Students, Faculty and Staff
of the Technological University of
the Philippines, Manila
Development of an
Electromechanical Jack with
Emergency Light Device
Supervised Industrial Training
Narrative Report: A Documentary
Analysis
Beliefs and Perceptions of Science
Teachers on the Value of Safety
and Hazard Management in the
Laboratory
Development of a PC Based Short
Message Service (SMS) Controlled
Switching System
Bioremediation Potential of Fungi
Isolated from Waste Site Soil
Samples
The Blended E-Learning Model for
the Technological University of the
Philippines
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(REDTI) Journal
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
5,000
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
5,000
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
5,000
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
5,000
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
5,000
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
Vol. 17, Nos.
1&2, Jan.-Dec.
2007 issue
Vol. 26, January,
2007
5,000
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Philippine Journal of Industrial
Education and Technology (PJIET)
Journal of Informatics, KANSAI
University, Japan
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
Research & Extension
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Extension Services
Date
No. of Type of Clients
28 or 25%
or 20%
Clients
Served
Priority66
TUP recognizes
the social role it plays in communityImplemente
development.
For
years, TUP focused
its extension programs for
Priority
5,679 or23
24%
TUP Visayas
Priority
Program/Project Title
TUP Taguig
20 or 18%
enhancing the quality of life of the majority of Filipinos. TUP utilized its pool of experts in the conduct of extension
TUP that
Caviteaddress immediate and10local
or 9%needs of Filipinos. The University’s extension programs are broadly
programs
Priority55
16 or
14%or 21%
Priority
4,936
covered in the
following priority areas:
UES
30 or 27%
IRTC
Priority
44
Priority
Priority
7 or 6%
750 or 3%
5 or 4% of Professionals, semi-skilled manpower in academe, industry and comunity.
1. Enhancement
COE
2 or 2%
Priority 2. Development
a dynamic
that is socially and economically transformed particularly
4 or 4% of
2,580
or 11% 14community
or 12%
those that affects the depressed, deprived and the underprivileged group of the target areas of
CIE
4 or 4%
the university.
Priority
Priority33COS
Priority
Priority22 CIT
1 or 1%
28 or8,372
25%or 35%
Priority
CLA 3. Strengthening
5 or 4% Internal Capability Development Service programs for faculty and students for
enhanced
in extension work.
1,710 involvement
or 7%
Priority 1
Priority CAFA
1
Priority 4.
2 or 2%
27 or 24%
Development of an active communication system for the promotion of relevant extension
program.
Priority 5. Strengthening Special Project Development Services (SPDS) on Gender and Development (GAD),
Coop Education and other institutional and national thrusts.
Priority 6. Enhancement of the public service rendered in the University.
In 2009, a total of 113 extension programs were completed benefiting a sum of 24,027 individuals coming from
different walks of life (e.g. professionals, local residents, youths, etc.). TUP’s majority of extension programs in 2009
focused on developing dynamic communities particularly serving the depressed, deprived and underprivileged
Filipinos (see Figure __). This fact undoubtedly supports TUP’s commitment to help the Philippine Government in
its effort to enhance the life of local Filipinos in the different barangays. Aside from community development
programs, the University extension workers across all campuses implemented projects to develop the skills and
competencies of professionals and semi-skilled individuals. A total of 27 % or 24% of extension projects in 2009 were
under this thrust. Meanwhile, there are a total of 23% or 20% projects implemented under Priority Area No. 6. The
projects conducted under this priority include activities for the immediate community of the University that is its
employees, faculty, and relatives of TUP employees. Relief operations, blood donations, and similar activities were
some of the projects implemented by faculty, students, and staff of the University under Priority 6.
Figure __. Distribution of implemented extension programs by priority area in FY 2009.
In terms of the number of beneficiaries for the implemented extension projects in 2009 a total of 24,027
individuals’ composed local residents, youth, professionals, and semi-skilled workers among others have
served. The distribution of beneficiaries by priority area is shown in Figure __.
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Figure __. Distribution of beneficiaries of various implemented extension programs by
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Establishment of Strong and Meaningful Linkages to Identified R&D institutions,
Agencies, or Parties
Part of the University’s R&D Agenda for 2006-2010 is to forge linkages with various R&D institutions. Through the
years, the University has benefit from these special relationships, which include: project collaboration, result
dissemination, staff development, resource sharing, and financial grants. For the year under review, IRTC has conducted
various R&D activities with the following institutions:
 TIP and Mapua for “Diesel Engine Performance of Crude Coconut Oil for Farm-based Power Generation”;
 Petron Corporation for the following projects: (a) Endurance Testing for E10 Fuel; (b) Cold Mix
 Development for Asphalt as Pavement; and (c) Detergency Test for Plant-based and Fossil-based Bio-2T.
 National Historical Institute for the project entitled “Study of Different Mortar Types for Historic Building”.
R&D Awards for 2009
Dr. Melito Baccay was named by NAST as the Outstanding Young Scientist for 2009. He likewise received an award for
his research published in an international journal which is an ISI-listed journal.
Gender and Development (GAD)
Agency: Technological University of the Philippines—Manila
Table 20. Annual Programs of GAD
Program/Activity/Project
Gender Issue
GAD Activity
ORGANIZATIONAL FOCUSED
General Administration and support-Human
Resource Development
Weak implementation of GAD concepts
and gender sensitivity among
organizations, officials, faculty
researchers, extension workers and
Focal Point Members
Conduct seminar on gender
sensitivity, Gender Analysis
and Gender Responsive and
Gender Responsive planning.
Gender and development
workshop meeting was
conducted on September 17,
2009 at the TUP-IRTC with 32
focal persons attended the
activity from the different
campuses, units and colleges.
Consultation with group of women regarding
existing planned activities on GAD.
In active group among women in the
university.
Conduct meeting to officers
and members for the
reactivation of the group for
the implementation of
planned activities.
Conducted 10th Anniversary of
TUP Crèche on August 17, 2009
with 32 participants.
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PAUW activities were attended
by TUP-PAUW officers and
members such as meetings,
Third Mid-Biennial Convention
and 81st Anniversary towards
wellness and solidarity held on
October 20, 2009.
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Program/Activity/Project
Utilizing the Crèche as a pre-school based
for working employees of the University.
Gender Issue
Weak operation of the Crèche as pre –
school based project for children of
working employees of the University by
June 2009.
GAD Activity
Formulation of needed
papers in order to establish
Crèche as school-based.
Purchasing of needed books
and materials to be used by
the teacher and the children.
Meeting will be conducted to
concern personnel regarding
of Crèche as school-based.
Results
Documents were facilitated for
the utilization of TUP Crèche to
become Nursery School. There
were 11 enrollees of the TUP
Crèche with 6 children from the
nearby community.
Materials such as educational
toys, books and supplies were
purchased for the usage of the
Crèche Nursery School.
Salary of in-charge personnel Meetings were often conducted
for 1 year.
with the GAD university focal
person for the implementation
of the activity.
CLIENT FOCUSED
Information dissemination on GAD concepts
among students.
Lack of knowledge on GAD concepts
and gender sensitivity among students.
Conduct seminar on gender
mainstreaming and human
rights.
Conducted Gender Issues/
Concerns and Rights Based
Forum to TUP students on
December 12, 2009 with 357
NSTP-CWTS students from the
College of Engineering and
College of industrial
Technology.
Curricular Activities
Lack of GAD perspective in curricular
activities of students.
Formulate GAD focal
members among students
and integrate them in the
planning and
implementation of activities.
Discussion with Prof. Basa as
the JPAU adviser regarding the
activation of the JPAUW of the
university was conducted.
Meetings will be conducted
to recruit GAD members for
planning of activities and
implementation.
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TUP Visayas
28 or 25%
23 or 20%
Priority 6
TUP Taguig
Priority 5
20 or 18%
TUP Cavi te
16 or 14%
10 or 9%
UES
Priority 4
COE
Priority 3
30 or 27%
IRTC
5 or 4%
14 or 12%
COS
CIE
Priority 2
28 or 25%
CIT
CLA
Priority 1
7 or 6%
2 or 2%
4 or 4%
4 or 4%
1 or 1%
5 or 4%
27 or 24%
CAFA
Figure 8. Distribution of Beneficiaries of
Various Implemented Extension Programs
2 or 2%
Figure 9.Distribution of Beneficiaries
of Implemented Extension Programs
With regards to the performance of the extension centers in the University, Figure 9 shows that most of the
implemented extension projects came from the University Extension Service (UES) with 30 or 27% extension
projects. Among the top performing extension centers in the University include: TUP Visayas, 28 or 25%; TUP
Taguig, 20 or 18%; and TUP Cavite, 10 or 9%. Considerably, the satellite campuses completed most of the extension
projects. But by campus performance, collectively, the performance of the colleges and units in the Manila Campus
obtained the most number of completed projects with 55 or 48.67%.
The summary of completed extension projects by priority area and college/campus/units is listed in Table 21.
Table 21. Summary of Completed Extension Projects by Priority Area in 2009.
No. of
Clients
Served
Priority 1. Enhancement of Professionals, semi-skilled manpower in academe, industry and community
Priority
Program/Project Title
Date Implemented
Types of Clients
Served
TUP Manila
CAFA
CIE
COE
COS
IRTC
1. Developing an Alternative Cinema for youth with Filipino
values and cultural awareness
1. Continuing Professional Education Program for NonEducation Graduates
2. LET 2009 Review Program for BSIE/BTTE/and other clients
Sept. 28, 2009
50
June-Oct 2009 (1st
Batch)
July 26-Aug. 24, 2009
24
Professional
47
Professionals
3. Summer Training Program for Non-Specialist High School
Teachers in TLE DepEd NCR
Aril 27-May 22, 2009
106
Professionals
1. Mechanical Engineering Lecture Series with the theme:
“Nanotechnology, Energy Efficiency, Mechatronics, The
Engineering Trends in ME”
1. The So-called Ideal in Physics
Aug. 6, 2009
35
Professional ME
students
Feb. 21, 2009
36
2. Lecture—Series on the Teaching of Science and
Mathematics– An Easy Way
3. Lecture Forum on Current Trends in Classroom Assessment
Feb. 21, 2009
60
Feb. 22, 2009
30
4. Lecture Forum on Teaching for Conceptual Understanding
and Conceptual Change
1.Training Workshop on Electronics as Applied to Maritime
Technology
2. Basic Asphalt Technology
Feb. 22, 2009
20
Jan. 7-13,2009
15
MAT Graduate
Students
MAT Graduate
Students
Mat Graduate
Students
MAT Graduate
Students
Professionals
Feb. 24—27
Jan. 9—30
Aug. 17—Sept. 4
June 29 -July 24
Sept. 22—25
Mar. 2-6 Nov. 10—Dec.
19 July 27—Aug. 14
Oct. 12—16
16
17
30
31
24
16
17
31
24
3. Basic Laboratory Soil testing
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Youth
Youth
Research & Extension
Research & Extension
Table 21. Summary of Completed Extension Projects by Priority Area in 2009. (continuation...)
No. of
Clients
Types of Clients Served
Served
Priority 1. Enhancement of Professionals, semi-skilled manpower in academe, industry and community
Priority
Program/Project Title
Date Implemented
TUP Manila
UES
4. Concrete and Concrete Materials Testing
Mar. 9—13
Feb. 2—25
June 29—July 24
July 27—Aug. 14
Oct. 5—9
16
17
30
31
24
Youth
5. Applied Mechanical Technology (CNC
Programming, Gear Hobbing, Material Testing,
Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Electro-Pneumatics)
6. Training on Electrical Machine Energy
Conversion (DC Generator, DC Motor,
Synchronous Generator and Parallel Operations)
Feb. 23—Mar. 13
Sept. 29—Oct. 15
31
01
Youth
Jan. 12—23
Jan. 26—Feb. 6
Feb. 9—20
Feb. 23—Mar. 6
Mar. 9—20
Mar. 23—Apr. 3
Jan. 14—21
Jan. 28—Feb. 4
Feb. 11—18
Feb. 25—Mar. 4
Mar. 11—18
Mar. 25—Apr. 3
15
15
15
17
15
22
17
19
16
16
20
20
7. Webpage Development and Administration
1. national Training Workshop on Extension NSTP
Program on the National Capability Enhancement
Training for NSTP Trainors in the Successful
Program Implementators of NSTP
Nov. 9—13
Oct. 20—22, 2009
20
108
Professionals
Facilitators/Coordinators
2. national Training—Workshop in the
Implementation of NSTP Program “7th Congress
of NSTP Educators & Implementators”
3. Educational Tour for College/campus Extension
Coordinators and UES staff to TUP-Visayas
4. Capability Building Program for NSTP
Educators and Implementers of HEIs
5. National Capability Building Program for NSTP
Educators on Citizen Voters-Education
May 6—8, 2009
143
Professionals/Trainors
April 15—17, 2009
19
Extensionist/Professionals
June 3—5, 2009
125
Extensionist/Professionals
Oct. 23, 2009
108
Facilitators/Coordinators
1. Informal Reading Inventory Among Struggling
English Readers of Dasmariñas Elementary School
2. School Safety for Cooperating Schools of TUPC
August 22, 2009
40
Students
Dec. 18—20, 2009
50
Faculty
3. Certification of Teaching Program for NonEducation Professionals (Continuing Program)
April-May 2009
15
1. Window Air-Con Preventive Maintenance and
Troubleshooting
2. Basic Computer Aided Design and Drafting
May 27—28, 2009
15
OSY/Bgy. Residnets
May 27—28, 2009
7
OSY/Bgy. Residents
3. Computer Networking Boot Camp Training
Nov. 7—Dec. 5, 2009
15
Employees/Professionals
TUP Cavite
TUP Taguig
Priority 2. Development of a dynamic community that is socially and economically transformed particularly those that
affects the depressed, deprived and the underprivileged group of the target areas of the university
TUP Manila
CAFA
1. Seminar workshop on Basic Drawing and Color
Combination for Young Children
May 29, 2009
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Research & Extension
Research & Extension
Table 21. Summary of Completed Extension Projects by Priority Area in 2009.
Priority
Program/Project Title
Date Implemented
(continuation…)
No. of Clients
Served
Types of Clients
Served
Priority 2. Development of a dynamic community that is socially and economically transformed particularly those that affects
the depressed, deprived and the underprivileged group of the target areas of the university
TUP Manila
COE
May 18—20, 2009May
21—22, 2009May 23—
24, 2009May 18—22,
2009
30204030
1. Pagsasanay Pangkabuhayan para sa Kaunlaran ng
Balayunan
Jan. 16, 2009
25
Housewives and
Farmers
2. Seminar on Managing Health and Fitness in the Brgy.
Caniogan, Calumpit, Bulacan
May 22—23, 2009
25
Parents/OSY
COE Adopt-a-Community Program at Barangay San
Miguel B, Maragondon, CaviteSeminars and Workshop
Series on Environment and Waste ManagementClean and
Green Barangay San Miguel BImprovement of San Miguel
Elementray School GroundsBrigada Eskwela 2009
CLA
UES
1. Ladderized Training on Personal Computer assembly,
Repair and Installation for the Constituents of Cuenca,
Batangas
2. Adopt-a-Barangay project for the development of
Barangay St. Lucia, Purok Taas, Parang, Dolores,
QuezonGist givingFood feedingClean and Green
300
3. Adopt-a-Barangay Project for the Development of
May 20—22Aug. 12—
Kinabuhayan, Dolores, QuezonOrientation Meeting with
13Nov. 24Dec. 9
Barangay OfficialsSemionar/Workshop on Basic Household
Appliance Repair and OperationSeminar/Workshop on
Soap Making, Candle Making and other Livelihood
ProjectsCommunity Consultation Presentation of Results
During the Conduct of Activity UndertakenMedical and
Dental Mission for the Barangay Constituents of
Kinabuhayan, Dolores, Quezon
45304
OSY, Parents and
CommunityOSY and
ParentsBarangay
Officials
4. Community Building of Marginalized Urban
June 20, 2009May 15,
CommunitiesParent Tutorial of Kaibigan FoundationSports 2009March 1, 2009
Fest of Kaibigan FoundationBeautification of the Walls
along San MarcelinoBeautification of the Brgy. Hall of Brgy.
660Adopt-a-Estero de Balete
30500500
ParentsParentsBrgy.
Residents, students,
faculty
5. Series of Livelihood Program for the Constituents of
Cuenca, BatangasCandle MakingSoap MakingFood
PreparationBeauty Culture
One Year
20122728
1. Helping Build Homes for the Poor of Pasig City
July 4, 2009
120
Urban Poor
Families
2. Adopt-a-Barangay Project
MOA Signing
Aug. 20, 2009
30
Barangay Residents
TUP Taguig
Priority 2. Development of a dynamic community that is socially and economically transformed particularly those that affects
the depressed, deprived and the underprivileged group of the target areas of the university
TUP Visayas
1.Ecology/Environment Program fo Brgy. San Fernando,
City of Talisay, Negros Occidental Developing a Mini Forest
- Tree Clearing/Ring Wedding Activity for Brgy. San
Fernando
Feb. 28, 2009
OSY/Parents
Mar. 4, 2009
OSY/Parents
B. Developing a Forest and Fruit-Bearing Trees
- Launching of Tree Nursery Project(712 seedlings)
C. Clean-up
4. Values Training & Feeding Program
5. Magrove Reforestation Program @ Brgy. Bubog
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55
Children
550
Coastal Residents
Research & Extension
Research & Extension
Table 21. Summary of Completed Extension Projects by Priority Area in 2009. (continuation...)
No. of
Types of Clients
Clients
Served
Served
Priority 2. Development of a dynamic community that is socially and economically transformed particularly those that
affects the depressed, deprived and the underprivileged group of the target areas of the university
Priority
Program/Project Title
Date Implemented
TUP Visayas
6. Training—Seminar on traffic Road Safety for
Trisicad Drivers & Fabrications of Safety Lights
7. mangrove plating at CICM, Talisay City
June—Sept. 2009
870
Sept. 19, 2009
1,550
Trisicad Operators
& Drivers
Coastal Residents
8. International Coastal Clean –Up at Brgy. Bubog
Sept. 19, 2009
1,255
Coastal Residents
9. Psycho-social Enrichment Programs in the
Bureau of Jail Management and Penelogy, Bacolod
City
10. Health Awareness for Women and Children in
Selected Brgy’s
11. RA 9165 (Anti-Drug Law Orientation & Feeding
Program in Zone 5, Talisay City)
12. Health Awareness on Avian Flu & Feeding
Program in Brgy. Catabla, Talisay City
13. Community Orientation on Swine Flu (AH1N1)
and Feeding Program in Zone 14B, Talisay City
Dec. 2008—March 2009
67
Male & Female
Inmates
Aug.9, 2009
45
Mothers & Children
Feb. 11, 2009
120
Children & adults
March 11, 2009
60
Mothers & children
Aug. 1, 2009
69
Mothers & Children
14. Community Orientation on Swine Flu (AH1N1)
and Feeding Program in Purok Barikutot, Talisay
City
15. Tree Planting in Brgy. Patag, Silay City City
Sept. 12, 2009
55
Children & adults
Aug. 29, 2009
150
Nearby residents
16. TUP BASD involvement in Nutrition Month
Celebration at Charito Heights, Brgy. Granada,
Bacolod
17. Mini tree (endemic) Nursery Project at TUP-V
Jul. 31, 2009
45
Parents & children
18. Tree Planting at Brgy. San Fernando, Talisay
City
2009-2010
March 4, 2009
(Launching)
Aug. 8, 2009
Aug. 15, 2009
Adopted brgy.
1,500
Residents
19. Fabrication of Multi-Operational Device for
July-Oct. 2009
150
Beneficiaries
BIND Foundation
Priority 3. Strengthening Internal Capability Development Service programs for faculty and students for enhanced
involvement in extension work.
TUP Manila
1. Livelihood Program for Unemployed Residents
of Brgy. Potrero, Malabon
Aug. 15—Sept. 5, 2009
95
OSY
35
Social Dancing Workshop
1. Training the Trainors in Result Monitoring and
Evaluation
2. Designing training Program for Trainors
3. Intensifying Extension Services
University
UES
of the
4. Leadership & Survival Skills Training Program
for CWTS Volunteers
5. Drug Prevention and Control Program
6. Enhancement Capability Seminar in Values
Formation Leadership & Teambuilding for CWTS
and LTS Society
Apr. 15—17, 2009
40
Extensionist
Feb. 26, 2009
25
Extensionist
May 12, 2009
(1st batch)
Oct. 16, 2009
(2nd batch)
May 28—30, 2009
15
Faculty
35
30
Extensionist
Faculty / Student
Aug. 15, 2009
Oct. 30—31, 2009
1,500
60
Students
Student leaders
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Research & Extension
Table 21. Summary of Completed Extension Projects by Priority Area in 2009. (continuation...)
No. of
Clients
Types of Clients Served
Served
Priority 3. Strengthening Internal Capability Development Service programs for faculty and students for enhanced
involvement in extension work.
Priority
Program/Project Title
Date Implemented
TUP Taguig
1. Environmental Protection Skills
Enhancement
2. Capability Building for Volunteers
(TUPT—Knowledge Channel) Project
3. Gawad Kalinga Forum “Kabataan: Lakas
ng Pagababago”
4. Basic Safety and Disaster Preparedness
Training
Nov. 28, 2009
140
Youth
Sept. 26 & Oct. 10, 2009
140
Youth
Sept. 12, 2009
140
Youth
Sept. 12, 2009
200
Youth
TUP Visayas
1. Training the Trainors in Results
Apr. 15—17, 2009
40
TUPV Faculty
Documentation, Monitoring and
Evaluation of Extension Program
2. Research of Extension Forum
Seot. 14, 2009
85
TUPV Faculty
Priority 4. Development of an active communication system for the promotion of relevant extension program
TUP Manila
UES
2. Publication of the UES Brochure and
UES Information for 2009
1. Production of the “Kalinga”, the Official
Newsletter of UES
Feb.—June 2009
(3 months)
Mar 2009
June 2009
Sept 2009
Dec 2009
Feb.—June 2009
(3 months)
100
copies
50
50
50
50
100
copies
Professionals
1. Production of 2007 and 2008 Extension
Brochure
2. Publication of Articles on
[email protected]
Oct. 31, 2009
50
TUPT Clients
June 2009
100
TUPT Clients
1. Creation of TUPV Gazette
Sept. 24, 2009(1st issue)
300
Faculty, students, agencies
2. Publication of the UES Brochure and
UES Information for 2009
Faculty/Student
Professionals
TUP Taguig
TUP Visayas
Priority 5. Strengthening Special Project Development Services (SPDS) on Gender and Development (GAD), Coop
Education and other Institutional and National thrusts
TUP Manila
1. Pamaskong Handog ng TUP-CLA at
Lingap Foundation para sa mga Pamilya ng
Dumpsite, Calumpit, Bulacan
2. Pamaskong Handog para sa Pamilyang
Badjao at Kristiyano sa Apalit, Pampanga
1.Cooperative Education Promotion and
Development Program
Seminar on Cooperative Performance
Evaluation System Operation (COOPESO)
5th GA and Election of Officers
Pre-membership Seminar
Strategic Planning Workshop & Team
Building Seminar for Coop Officer & Mngt.
Staff
25
Dec. 18—19, 2009
100
Feb. 28, 2009
25
Coop officers/students
Feb. 13, 2009
Aug. 21, 2009
May 24—25, 2009
337
30
32
Faculty/Admin
Faculty/Admin
Faculty/Admin
Priority 5. Strengthening Special Project Development Services (SPDS) on Gender and Development (GAD), Coop
Education and other Institutional and National thrusts
TUP Taguig
1. Manila Bay Coastal Clean-Up
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500
Visitors/Residents
Research & Extension
Research & Extension
Table 21. Summary of Completed Extension Projects by Priority Area in 2009. (continuation...)
No. of
Types of Clients
Clients
Served
Served
Priority 5. Strengthening Special Project Development Services (SPDS) on Gender and Development (GAD), Coop Education
and other Institutional and National thrusts
Priority
Program/Project Title
Date Implemented
TUP Taguig
2.Greening & Re-Greening Program for
Community of Taguig at C5 Road
3. Solicitation & Distribution of Gifts to Flood
Victims of “ONDOY”
4. Safety Forum
5. Caring for the Elderly at Camillus Medhaven
6. Mass Blood Donation 2009
Nov. 14, 2009
140
Youth
Oct.—Dec. 1, 2009
27
Employees/Students
June 17, 2009
Aug. 8, 2009
Aug. 19, 2009
200
22
66
Youth
Elderly
Needy Patients
1. Basic Water Rescue Training for Employees and
their Children
2. Lecture on Diabetes Awareness and Free
Laboratory Check-Up
3. Lecture on Awareness of End-Stage Renal
Disease Prevention
4.Lecture on Awareness of End-Stage Renal
Disease Prevention
5. Values Enrichment Seminar & Lecture Forum
pursuant to EO 347
Dangerous drugs
Smoking, drinking
Tattooing, Piercing
Early marriage, abortion
May 18—25, 2009
42
Employees & children
Feb. 26, 2009
75
Employees
March 13, 2009
830
Faculty, staff & students
April 2, 2009
40
BSME & BSECE students
Sept. 23—25, 2009
1,680
Faculty, staff & faculty
TUP Visayas
Priority 6. Enhancement of the public service rendered in the University
TUP Manila
1.
“CIT 6S PROGRAM”
1. Linis Ganda and Waste Management Project un
TUP
2. Social Graces
3. NSTP Day
One year
TUP Cavite
1. Voluntary Mass Blood Donation for TUPFaculty, Alumni, and students (continuing
Program)
2. Sharing to Brgy. Tadlac, Los Baños, Laguna
Mar. 14, 2009
70
Students and Faculty
Oct. 4, 2009
250
Families
3. Relief Operation turned over to NAVRESCOM
Oct. 2009
100
Ondoy Victims
4. Relief Operation at Ternate, Cavite
5. Seminar (Plumbing & Welding)
Nov. 7, 2009
Nov. 27—28, 2009
120
30
Santi Victims
Nueva Ecija Tech. Univ.
6. Seminar (Plumbing & Welding)
Dec. 9—10, 2009
34
Central Luzon State Univ.
7. Adopt- a– Community Through Hapag-Asa
Nutrition Program
May 4—Oct 24, 2009
155
Children from 3-10 yrs.
Old
1. Fire Drill
2. Linis Ganda TUPT: Rehabilitation of the Multi
Purpose Hall
3. Facilitating Enrollment process for New
Students of TUPT
4. SIT Assembly and Orientation
Mar. 18, 2009
Sept. 12—Oct. 12, 2009
700
2000
150
600
600
600
Youth, Faculty and Staff
Students
Employees
Youth
Parents
Youth
1. Alumni Homecoming Celebration 2009 (Silver
Jubilee Celebration of Batch ‘84)
Mar. 5, 2009
105
10
130
25
Alumni
Retirees
Faculty & Staff
Guests
TUP Taguig
Apr. 14—May 29, 2009
Sept. 12, 2009
TUP Visayas
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Planning, Development
Information
System
Planning, Development &&
Information
System
University Information Technology Center
Mandate
The University Information Technology Center (UITC) is tasked to assume direct responsibility and leadership in the
development and implementation of Information Technology system, programs, and policies that translate
meaningful results and redound to the attainment of vision, mission, and goals of the University.
Mission
The Center will be the active hub of information and Communication Technology (ICT) of the Technological
University of the Philippines. It shall concentrate its efforts to attain ICT modernization and productivity by:
 Management and technical supervision of University ICT facilities;
 Undertake ICT researches and development studies called in by its mandate; and,
 Collaborate and coordinate with industry and University constituents in the promotion and implementation of its
projects and extension services.
Achievements and Developments
Through the cooperation of the Center’s four(4) units namely: a) Network Management Unit; b) Web Development
Unit; c) Computer Maintenance and Service Unit; and, d) University Information System and Development Unit and
with the strong support of TUP administration, industry and University constituents, the UITC has managed to
translate into meaningful results the ICT developments in the University, to wit:
 supported 398 internet connections in the University with Bell Telecommunication as provider with 2MBPS as
maximum burst;
 installation of 4 routers to support wireless fidelity (wifi) technology at the College of Industrial Education
Building;
 supported the enrollment of 12,447 and 11,469 students for first and second semester, respectively in the comanagement and supervision of the maiden implementation of Enrolment and Registration System;
 management and technical supervision of the Inventory System;
 maintenance of Level 3 status of the www.tup.edu.ph as per evaluation of UNASPA stages of eGovernnance
conducted by the National Computer Center through continuous upgrading and publications of University
Information such as reports; news; student, employee and alumni information; job openings, entrance
examination passers, etc.
 strengthened the college-based IT Laboratory facilities. One hundred seventy two computer sets were added to
the existing 6 0 computer sets present in the college laboratories including the Integrated Research and Training
Center;
 extended technical assistance and support for computer repair and maintenance both for 93 offices with 84
hardware and software and 13 network repairs;
 forged linkage with Smart Communications, Inc. through adoption of their Community CARE (Campaign to
Advance Relationship-Building and Education) Program which includes the use of Infoboard (web-based SMS
service), community education and sponsorship provided assistance in the implementation of Student ID system;
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Planning, Development
Information
System
Planning, Development &&
Information
System



served as training ground for 21 Supervised Industrial Trainees distributed as follows: 1 trainee from Bachelor of
Fine Arts, 2 trainees from 7 trainees from Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering,
Bachelor of Science in Computing Major in Computer Science, 10 trainees from Bachelor of Technology –
Computer Engineering Technology with emphasis on network management, web design and administration,
computer repair and troubleshooting and computer programming.
organized 8 ICT trainings and seminars as follows: 1 cycle for Java Training Course with TESDA and Korea Philippines IT Center for 28 faculty and staff participants;
6 cycles for Basic IT Training course in cooperation with Smart Communications, Inc for 315 student, faculty and
staff participants; and Web Development and Administration Training with Integrated Research and Training
Center (IRTC) for 20 faculty and staff participants.
Cognizant of its role as ICT hub of the University and concretizing its mandate, the UITC has actively participated in
related projects. To mention:
Evaluated/ processed 310 documents of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines and Eulogio “Amang”
Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology for NBC 461 second and third cycle;
Attendance to German Alumni Training Program sponsored by the Internationale Weiterbildung und Entwicklung
(Inwent), Germany;
Served as lecturer for the topic Captivating Communications using Neuro-Linguistic Programming at the Don
Mariano Marcos Memorial State University, La Union;
Served as member of the Technical Sub-committee to review TUP Program on Awards and Incentives for Service
Excellence (TUP-PRAISE) Criteria and Guidelines.
Through the dynamic enthusiasm of Dr. Julian O. Marquez Jr., VP for PDIS. The UITC Management Team has a
dynamic work force in the persons of Julius A. Sareno, the Director, University Information Technology Center
Micheal L. Narisma, the Head, of Network Management, Renato Butch R. Bituonan, the Head, of Web
Development, Michael Robert P. Corpuz, the Head of Computer Maintenance and Service and Vicente E. Estember,
Head, of University Information System and Development
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Planning, Development
Information
System
Planning, Development &&
Information
System
Planning and Development
The University in 2009 saw the relevance of developing a University-wide strategic plan. The plan
was instigated by conducting a seminar regarding strategic planning, which was participated in
by the key stakeholders in TUP. After the seminar, the different offices units in the four campuses
of the University submitted their strategic plans to set the directions of the University from
2010 up to the year 2014.
To oversee if the strategic plans will be attained, the action plans were evaluated according to
the projects/activities set forth at the beginning of the year. The result of the evaluation was
satisfactory and it provided necessary measures that enabled the Planning Office to closely
monitor or coordinate in order to ensure the full attainment of the said plans. The preparation
of the normative financing requirements of TUP was a concerted effort spearheaded by the
Planning Office and the University Research and Development Services. The said report
served as one of the bases for the evaluation of the institutional budget allocation for the
TUP System, which was submitted to the Commission on Higher Education and the
Department of Budget and Management
Linkages and External Affairs
Over the decades, TUP has established a wide array of institutional linkages with educational institutions, research institutes,
private or industrial companies, consultancy firms, government agencies, multinational corporations and agencies, and
professional organizations, both local and abroad. These linkages significantly enhance and compliment the four-fold
functions of the University- instruction, research, extension, and production. During 2009, these linkages are implemented in
the forms of faculty and student exchange, research collaborations, program consortia, ETEEAP industrial partners,
scholarships, technology transfer, and supervised industrial trainings.
The concerted effort of the constituents of the University has paved the way for government and private organizations both
here and abroad to be attracted with the university’s programs. Furthermore, through the years, TUP has already established
strong international linkages with fellow academic institutions as well as with private firm, from China, Canada, Thailand,
South Korea and Middle East. In the previous years up to this year, 2009, TUP has sustained its English language program
with Kumoh University, wherein several batches of Korean students were sent to TUP to study and learn the language, and
vice versa. The same language program was also brought to Chinese Language Council International. Also, TUP established a
partnership with Yantai Vocational College, China to enrich the engineering technology courses in the University. The Tokyo
Institute of Technology and Nihon University, Japan provides our engineering students technical training in their respective
field.
The other linkages in China focused more in International Studies, wherein TUP is working in partnership with Beijing
International Studies Institute and Zhenhua Tourism College. The Rajabhat Institute of Dhonburi, Thailand; Korea
University of Technology and Education, South Korea and Vancouver Island University, Canada caters to the TUP faculty
members as exchange faculty taking up graduate program course.
TUP is an active member of International University Sports Federation (FISU). Under the continuing education program for
professionals, TUP has worked with TESDA and Smart Communications, Inc.
Engr. Amyn Sadrudin Ebrahim Dahya, Managing Director and Technical Specialist, NIMASCO Group of Companies,
UTILECO Middle East is the instrument in the development and utilization of the nation’s manpower that has significantly
promoted and accelerated the economic and social growth of the people not only in the Asia-Pacific Region but also in the
international arena. His most important accomplishment is the development and commercialization of advanced
technologies for the purification of drinking water and decontamination of waste water and polluted soil.
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Administration
& Finance
Administration & Finance
Administrative Personnel Profile
In 2009, the university has 321 administrative and non-teaching personnel. Of the total number of employees, Manila
campus has the biggest number with 52% or 167 , Visayas with 23% or 73 , Taguig with 18% or 58 and Cavite with 7%
or 23. 263 of these are permanent; 22 are contractual and; 36 are casual employees.
Figure 10. Distribution of Administrative
Personnel by Campus
Campus
by Employment Status
Casual
Contractual (36) 11%
(22) 7%
Visayas
(73) 23 %
Taguig
(58) 18%
Figure 11. Distribution of Administrative Personnel
by Campus and Employment Status
Manila
(167) 52%
Permanent
(263) 82%
Cavite
(23) 7%
Physical Development
TUP adheres to the need of its clientele for a conducive teaching-learning atmosphere, thus year 2009 is a continued
term for infrastructure development. There were a number of major projects completed and started as shown in the
table below.
Table 22. List of Physical Development Projects With Cost
Project Title
Date
% Accomplishment
Project Cost
(Php)
TUP-Visayas
Gymnasium
October 2009
45%
675,000.00
100%
1,050,054..94
100%
9,962,334.12
TUP-Taguig
Hydraulics/ Fluid Mechanics Laboratory at
the Civil Technology Area
Student Kiosk (Gazebo)
Italian Building Extension (Phase 2)
Multipurpose Building Canteen
Ramp for the Disabled
TUP Cavite
Water Tank
TUP-Manila
Renovation of the following:
a. Centennial Stage
b. Audio-Visual Room
(Administration Building)
Construction of CAFA Amphitheatre
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Figure 12. Distribution of BOR Approved
Special Budget on Income
CO
(17,971 ,894.
31 )
22%
Sources
(25,032.29)
16%
PS
(22,072,581.
92)
27%
Other
School Fees
( 62,454.29)
39%
MOOE
(42,012,152.
78)
51%
Hydraulics/Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
at the Civil Technology Area
Figure 13. Source of Income CY 2009
Tuition Fees
( 70,353.12)
45%
Student Kiosk (Gazebo)
Water Tank
Multipurpose Building Canteen
Ramp for the Disabled
Audio Visual Room
Italian Building Extension (Phase 2)
Centennial Stage
78
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TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED DETAILED STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSES
For the Year Ended December 31, 2009
INCOME
Subsidy Income from
National Government
Less: Reversion of
Unused NCA
Net Subsidy Income
from National
Government
TOTAL
417,932,231.45
254,573,221.92
TAGUIG
63,803,252.58
CAVITE
38,858,944.21
VISAYAS
60,696,812.74
2,156,788.20
40,741.18
415,389,702.38
800,322.72
252,416,433.72
26,965.22
63,762,511.40
773,357.50
Registration Fees
4,657,677.00
2,024,602.00
1,237,755.00
545,980.00
849,340.00
Athletic & Cultural Fees
5,481,540.00
3,222,860.00
60,040.00
880,480.00
1,318,160.00
Clearance &
Certification Fees
1,395,510.00
625,890.00
424,045.00
205,540.00
140,035.00
Testing Fee/
Comprehensive Exam
6,911,987.82
5,670,232.82
275,075.00
399,855.00
566,825.00
Diploma/Graduation Fee
2,764,295.00
816,125.00
1,545,845.00
187,000.00
215,325.00
Library Fees
8,505,348.50
4,143,524.00
1,545,845.00
1,100,762.50
1,715,217.00
Medical,Dental and
Laboratory Fees
6,797,092.50
3,999,770.00
1,100,562.50
1,696,760.00
Seminar/Training Fees
1,165,155.12
1,025,835.12
139,320.00
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Fees
Other Service Income
13,190,324.87
45,150,966.37
992,065.00
27,635,281.07
11,966,734.87
83,397.29
155,795.00
7,340,618.00
75,730.00
10,091,670.01
9,500.00
132,555.00
Fines and Penalties
2,542,529.07
MANILA
Fines and Penalties
142,055.00
Income from Canteen
Operations
252,750.00
Income from Dormitory
Operations
46,552.88
38,560,497.40
60,650,259.86
252,750.00
2,091,725.00
460,141.09
3,828,662.99
2,157,925.75
1,053,092.69
617,644.55
54,507,410.77
28,998,237.88
10,293,012.39
6,475,302.50
8,740,858.00
Other Business Income
Dividend Income
3,962,419.63
9,532.46
1,736,549.38
9,532.46
108,326.25
2,117,544.00
Income from Grants and
Donations
8,080,400.75
8,070,600.75
Printing and Publication
Income
Rent/Lease Income
Tuition Fees
Insurance Income
2,825,043.08
298,446.81
2,744.00
2,744.00
12,640.00
2,304,339.34
845,226.74
Miscellaneous Income
3,551,183.69
14,000.00
15,508.44
15,508.44
GROSS INCOME
591,704,612.43
9,800.00
12,640.00
Interest Income
Other Fines & Penalties
273,176.99
346,538,890.35
865,624.24
225,002.85
368,485.51
3,537,183.69
94,510,980.47
57,912,866.55
92,741,875.06
Less: EXPENSES
Salaries and WagesRegular
158,726,603.47
94,617,843.68
22,615,509.82
14,694,706.36
26,798,543.61
Salaries and WagesPart timer
16,273,917.68
10,115,365.61
3,140,072.51
2,049,977.72
968,501.84
Salaries and WagesSubstitute
20,050.06
20,050.06
Salaries and WagesCasual
3,104,944.61
1,113,688.51
295,769.57
619,697.40
1,075,789.13
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TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED DETAILED STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSES
For the Year Ended December 31, 2009
Less: EXPENSES
Salaries and WagesContractual
TOTAL
MANILA
TAGUIG
CAVITE
VISAYAS
637,611.25
1,410.00
1,136,738.16
1,136,738.16
9,903,154.21
6,085,858.26
1,267,614.61
8,436,659.43
4,657,906.60
1,273,028.76
Representation Allowance
2,350,427.26
1,848,027.26
172,900.00
155,500.00
174,000.00
Transportation Allowance
Clothing and Uniform
Allowance
2,186,072.35
1,816,530.03
64,042.32
131,500.00
174,000.00
3,142,000.00
1,844,000.00
432,000.00
292,000.00
574,000.00
183,648.47
105,815.18
37,033.29
2,569,290.67
889,000.00
1,259,583.33
146,000.00
274,707.34
110,000.00
33,923,659.87
515,292.00
84,524.10
25,300,763.74
287,326.50
2,813.41
110,000.00
4,704,586.88
127,062.00
16,710.69
3,028,477.57
29,938.50
889,831.68
70,965.00
65,000.00
17,726,694.29
5,616,763.00
14,715,701.70
9,544,721.32
2,289,506.00
8,719,100.60
1,897,552.05
535,000.00
2,089,575.60
1,457,965.64
360,000.00
1,376,574.50
4,826,455.28
2,432,257.00
2,530,451.00
19,522,214.19
989,675.00
1,660,824.86
894,437.55
11,539,126.48
608,275.00
1,038,874.86
524,079.73
2,770,422.59
127,700.00
279,337.50
127,600.00
1,858,272.12
86,000.00
188,262.50
83,514.68
3,354,393.00
167,700.00
154,350.00
159,243.14
765,611.08
235,459.87
237,891.32
50,556,523.64
38,431,300.92
4,734,932.82
5,733,289.90
1,657,000.00
Traveling Expenses-Local
Training and Scholarship
Expenses
3,249,216.76
571,668.45
305,281.48
426,519.54
1,945,747.29
2,510,211.11
1,927,798.30
447,657.81
84,980.00
49,775.00
Office Supplies Expenses
Accountable Forms
Expenses
Drugs & Medicines
Expenses
Medical, Dental & Lab.
Supplies Expenses
Gasoline, Oil & Lubricants
Expenses
Textbooks & Instructional
Materials
8,645,885.65
4,784,908.08
2,401,652.13
197,306.63
1,262,018.81
33,402.50
50,000.00
Other Supplies Expenses
Water Expenses
9,193,382.40
9,203,307.95
Salaries and Wages-Student
Labor/Emergency
Personnel Economic Relief
Allowance (PERA)
Additional Compensation
(ADCOM)
Subsistence,Laundry&Quart
ers Allowance
Productivity Incentive
Allowance
Other Bonuses and
Allowances
Honoraria
Hazard Pay
Longevity Pay
Overtime and Night Pay
Cash Gift
Year End Bonus
Life and Retirement
Insurance (LRIP)
Contributions
Pag-ibig Contributions
Philhealth Contributions
ECC Contributions
Terminal Leave Benefits
Other Personnel Benefits
Contributions
80
83,402.50
636,201.25
10,000.00
830,681.34
2,505,724.07
40,800.00
292,259.89
10,000.00
1,476,679.37
410,381.75
1,006,487.98
992,027.16
346,434.59
316,077.28
225,581.82
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1,719,000.00
59,809.64
141,025.49
3,500.00
2,159,649.61
8,089,338.74
2,452,369.33
1,074,346.33
188,489.80
222,081.82
889,683.44
26,625.00
3,691,680.02
12,997.88
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TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED DETAILED STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSES
For the Year Ended December 31, 2009
Less: EXPENSES
Electricity Expenses
Cooking Gas Expenses
Postage & Deliveries
TOTAL
22,842,476.12
792,643.13
9,522.75
MANILA
14,731,707.94
792,643.13
3,180.00
TAGUIG
4,502,480.11
Telephone ExpensesLandline
891,756.68
469,488.32
113,410.29
60,662.32
248,195.75
Telephone ExpensesMobile
Internet Expenses
173,334.81
517,331.83
47,423.25
357,916.60
74,960.00
63,200.00
30,335.89
62,711.56
54,119.34
Cable, Satellite, Telegraph
and Radio Expenses
CAVITE
1,922,263.25
VISAYAS
1,686,024.82
6,342.75
8,525.00
8,525.00
Membership Dues and
Contribution to
Organizations
Advertising Expenses
67,500.00
345,566.23
63,000.00
297,465.73
4,500.00
35,432.50
2,000.00
10,668.00
Printing & Binding
Expenses
Rent Expenses
501,626.88
115,767.41
275,871.33
13,440.00
56,670.00
47,000.00
16,000.00
55,327.41
153,085.55
1,377,993.98
279,346.00
242,499.98
228,000.00
25,314.83
757,186.85
85,748.00
237,499.98
219,000.00
25,314.83
45,818.18
37,836.00
289,721.30
92,802.00
285,267.65
62,960.00
5,000.00
7,741.89
1,251,151.61
7,500,720.17
11,795,247.03
1,226,564.17
2,475,772.55
5,149,935.81
Representation Expenses
Subscription Expenses
Rewards and Claims
Legal Services
Auditing Services
Environment/Sanitary
Services
General Services
Janitorial Services
Security Services
Other Professional Services
Repairs & Maint. - Office
Buildings
Repairs & MaintenanceSchool Buildings
Repairs and Maintenance Other Structures
Repairs & MaintenanceOffice Equipment
Repairs & MaintenanceFurnitures & Fixtures
Repairs & Maintenance-IT
Equipment & Software
Repairs & Maint. Communication Equip.
Repairs & MaintenanceTechnical & Scientific
Equip.
Repairs & MaintenanceOther Machinery &
Equipment
Repairs & MaintenanceLand Transport Equipment
Repairs & MaintenanceOther Property Plant &
Equipment
9,000.00
7,741.89
2,162,736.77
4,305,778.55
1,076,607.50
859,096.53
1,936,223.62
1,242,939.24
5,540,230.45
3,230,950.64
214,032.59
213,976.61
178,306.61
24,587.44
756,656.08
1,020,000.00
2,105,554.77
1,319,532.67
217,510.97
681,347.38
11,937.00
2,246,674.81
62,605.00
152,156.59
61,876.00
6,070.00
28,430.00
450.00
1,170.00
450.00
15,830.00
14,000.00
8,000.00
8,000.00
1,830.00
144,440.00
144,440.00
3,900.00
3,900.00
189,928.46
11,600.00
91,969.00
18,700.00
81,916.00
94,337.46
2,075.00
72,774.00
495.00
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TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED DETAILED STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSES
For the Year Ended December 31, 2009
Less: EXPENSES
Extraordinary
Expenses
Miscellaneous
Expense
Tax, Duties and
Licenses
Fidelity Bond
Premiums
TOTAL
MANILA
TAGUIG
328,485.63
305,960.27
22,525.36
1,477,065.44
6,203.00
1,470,862.44
CAVITE
9,496.24
5,038.12
45,659.51
16,784.51
28,875.00
Insurance Expenses
163,633.58
86,473.29
30,288.26
Depreciation - Land
Improvements
660,299.28
237,405.72
300,415.45
Depreciation - Office
Buildings
101,514.20
Depreciation - School
Buildings
122,478.11
VISAYAS
4,458.12
46,872.03
101,514.20
9,877,302.26
7,855,992.14
711,808.08
1,309,502.04
938,152.19
876,236.90
44,555.05
17,360.24
Depreciation - Office
Equipment
2,164,127.49
1,293,885.65
487,721.20
52,491.84
330,028.80
Depreciation Furniture & Fixtures
1,341,557.00
502,305.25
121,416.39
208,933.80
508,901.56
Depreciation - IT
Equipment
6,114,452.24
4,178,292.93
759,003.77
908,716.64
268,438.90
867,582.03
541,947.21
246,106.82
79,528.00
Depreciation ExpenseOther Structures
Depreciation-Library
Books
Depreciation Machinery
Depreciation Communication
Equipment
Depreciation ExpenseFire Fighting
Equipment
Depreciation Medical,Dental & Lab
Equipment
Depreciation - Sports
Equipment
Depreciation Technical & Scientific
Equipment
Depreciation - Other
Machineries &
Equipment
625,364.08
15,088.00
33,406.89
52,867.51
28,427.16
10,435.20
164,253.00
8,358.95
9,348.43
145,375.62
1,170.00
12,672.00
20,522.25
8,166.02
14,005.15
1,970,598.92
936,280.30
811,154.01
109,913.66
113,250.95
350,955.76
211,771.79
26,838.90
44,301.00
68,044.07
20,142.86
86,483.98
90,244.70
235,426.25
718,157.19
457,915.33
261,043.79
1,022,577.08
68,993.64
Loss of Assets
4,385,384.52
79,359.68
13,149,249.46
1,400.00
2,099,990.36
82
4,851.00
568,019.15
Depreciation ExpenseMotor Vehicles
Depreciation - Other
Property Plant &
Equipment
TOTAL EXPENSES
EXCESS OF INCOME
OVER EXPENSES
491,174.02
621,365.04
41,360.27
Other Maintenance &
Operating Expenses
Bank Charges
134,190.06
496,685,006.24
4,306,024.84
206,775.75
10,842,483.35
1,400.00
291,681,923.32
95,019,606.19
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54,856,967.03
78,142,218.25
16,368,762.22
45,072,726.56
12,840,139.99
81,788,138.11
10,953,736.95
TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
As of December 31, 2009
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash
Cash Collecting Officers
Cash-Disbursing Officers
Petty Cash Fund
Payroll Fund
TOTAL
6,601,792.36
324,330.74
33,900.00
3,288,519.58
MANILA
730,460.29
TAGUIG
370,087.58
25,000.00
3,058,049.88
8,900.00
230,469.70
17,264,648.52
14,893,997.33
2,370,651.19
101,649,356.30
42,544,381.99
1,661,568.69
Cash in Bank-Local
Currency, Savings Account
37,265,498.25
37,265,498.25
Cash in Bank-Local
Currency, Time Deposits
61,068,177.48
Cash National Treasury
(MDS)
Cash in Bank-Local
Currency, Current
Cash in Bank-Foreign
Currency, Time Deposit
Total Cash
Receivables
Accounts Receivable
Allowance for Doubtful
Accounts
Due from Officers &
Employees
Loan Receivables
Due from NGA's
(Procurement Services)
Due from Other funds
Receivables- Disallowances/
Charges
Advances to Officers &
Employees
Other Receivables
Total Receivables
CAVITE
4,934,834.20
VISAYAS
566,410.29
324,330.74
24,785,599.56
32,657,806.06
44,924,336.56
7,213,786.70
234,710,009.93
7,213,786.70
105,731,174.44
9,514,263.05
5,510,060.53
(75,225.25)
49,566,013.72
3,318,599.27
16,143,840.92
29,720,433.76
49,692,388.01
367,715.65
317,887.60
121,267.50
119,057.56
812,000.00
525,800.00
103,383.90
(75,225.25)
6,103,920.22
3,207,185.43
5,557,665.30
2,380,275.00
305,929.86
14,910.43
760,044.52
275,729.41
309,372.07
14,604.08
450,672.45
261,125.33
9,888,960.41
8,096,821.51
1,162,955.00
4,194,869.71
783,064.12
34,652,811.62
3,683,568.77
511,300.94
25,552,367.26
5,950,268.03
1,014,783.15
783,064.12
2,135,393.18
Inventories
Office Supplies Inventory
Drugs and Medicines
Inventory
2,206,689.30
555,560.16
354,723.77
461,660.70
23,143.97
834,744.67
23,143.97
Medical & Dental Supplies
Inventory
120,833.82
32,550.00
88,283.82
Gasoline, Oil & Lubricants
Inventory
52,506.05
2,570.00
49,936.05
Textbooks & Instructional
Mat. Inventory
62,040.40
Other Supplies Inventory
4,510,235.63
469,482.37
Spare Parts Inventory
83,216.02
83,216.02
Construction Materials
Inventory
528,064.46
478,412.02
Total Inventories
7,586,729.65
62,040.40
1,621,790.57
1,461,968.24
1,782,930.93
795,854.09
49,652.44
1,928,384.85
2,244,591.63
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1,791,962.60
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CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
As of December 31, 2009
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS
Prepaid Insurance
Other Current Assets
Advances to
Contractors
Other Prepayments and
Deposits
Guaranty Deposits
Total Other Current
Assets
NON-CURRENT
ASSETS
Investments in Stocks
and Bonds
Property Plant and
Equipment
Land
Land Improvements
Accumulated
Depreciation-Land
Impvmt.
Net Book Value-Land
Improvements
Office Buildings
Accum. Depr. - Office
Buildings
Net Book Value-Office
Buildings
School Buildings
Accumulated
Depreciation-School
Bldg.
Net Book ValueSchool Buildings
Other Structures
Accumulated
Depreciation-Other
Structures
Net Book Value-Other
Structures
Office Equipment
Accumulated
Depreciation-Office
Eqpt.
Net Book Value-Office
Equipment
Furniture & Fixtures
Accumulated Depre.Furniture & Fixtures
Net Book ValueFurniture & Fixtures
IT Equipment &
Software
Accumulated Depre.-IT
Equipment
Net Book Value-IT
Equipment & Software
84
TOTAL
411,081.27
MANILA
340,211.46
TAGUIG
55,301.39
1,586,909.07
1,396,980.00
189,929.07
883,966.32
168,152.00
861,726.32
108,152.00
60,000.00
2,639,027.39
2,366,858.32
CAVITE
20,000.00
249,929.07
20,000.00
1,154,500.00
1,133,350.00
434,700,732.90
9,535,175.95
419,337,090.00
2,724,984.76
15,363,642.90
2,637,841.69
4,137,949.50
6,509,288.16
1,791,113.25
1,561,319.61
3,156,855.30
3,025,887.79
4,146,848.99
933,871.51
VISAYAS
15,568.42
2,240.00
2,240.00
21,150.00
1,076,522.08
2,479,930.46
981,094.20
4,146,848.99
34,400.00
34,400.00
2,479,930.46
1,666,918.53
377,644,561.26
287,843,479.82
15,817,958.66
1,666,918.53
47,911,278.33
150,768,508.37
120,649,836.55
6,587,777.17
23,530,894.65
226,876,052.89
35,134,307.31
167,193,643.27
19,499,458.40
9,230,181.49
12,776,852.50
24,380,383.68
385,783.20
12,148,121.66
1,972,752.92
10,098,694.34
76,674.40
22,986,185.65
23,615,386.33
17,526,705.48
16,293,716.69
2,678,158.16
3,018,508.44
309,108.80
1,595,757.00
2,472,213.21
2,707,404.20
10,394,158.27
7,351,939.47
840,823.70
846,510.24
1,354,884.86
13,221,228.06
8,941,777.22
2,177,684.74
749,246.76
26,071,844.45
26,071,844.45
2,472,213.21
1,352,519.34
50,080,209.90
28,162,286.56
2,793,958.75
3,278,103.67
15,845,860.92
7,331,675.55
2,546,019.27
446,866.15
1,528,982.91
2,809,807.22
42,748,534.35
25,616,267.29
2,347,092.60
1,749,120.76
13,036,053.70
48,813,451.59
29,414,008.40
4,693,262.39
9,828,017.00
4,878,163.80
26,427,455.42
15,197,754.32
1,555,078.08
8,468,122.47
1,206,500.55
22,385,996.17
14,216,254.08
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3,138,184.31
1,359,894.53
3,671,663.25
Administration
& Finance
Administration & Finance
TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
As of December 31, 2009
ASSETS
Property Plant and
Equipment
Library Books
TOTAL
9,699,530.53
MANILA
5,353,237.25
TAGUIG
1,403,186.41
CAVITE
2,023,770.37
2,957,951.84
2,151,535.24
666,298.93
140,117.67
Accum. Depre. Library Books
Net Book Value-Library
Books
Machinery
Accum. DepreciationMachinery
6,741,578.69
12,084,847.56
Net Book Value-Machinery
6,851,006.59
3,201,702.01
736,887.48
5,233,840.97
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VISAYAS
919,336.50
1,883,652.70
2,591,631.00
919,336.50
9,493,216.56
2,286,796.85
2,947,044.12
304,834.15
6,546,172.44
Communication Equipment
5,285,172.82
4,671,170.57
319,600.25
70,350.00
224,052.00
Accum. Depre.Communication
Equipment
3,277,787.76
3,052,801.18
133,738.83
66,147.75
25,100.00
Net Book ValueCommunication Equipment
Fire Fighting Equipment &
Accessories
Accum. Depre. - Fire Fighting
Equipment
Net Book Value-Fire Fighting
Equipment
Medical, Dental & Lab.
Equipment
Accum. Dep.-Med.Dental &
Lab. Equipment.
Net Book Value-Medical,
Dental & Lab. Equipment
Military Police & Trafic
Equipment
Sports Equipment
Accum. Dep.- Sports
Equipment
Net Book Value-Sports
Equipment
Technical & Scientific Mach. &
Equipment
Accum. Depre.- Tech. &
Scientific Mach.& Eqpt.
Net Book Value-Technical &
Scientific Mach. & Equipment
Other Machinery & Equipment
Accum. Depre.- Other
Machinery & Equipment
Net Book Value-Other
Machinery & Equipment
2,007,385.06
1,618,369.39
185,861.42
4,202.25
198,952.00
1,501,875.20
1,308,233.70
88,150.00
105,491.50
270,999.65
191,182.20
33,457.70
46,359.75
1,230,875.55
1,117,051.50
54,692.30
-
59,131.75
4,011,940.75
737,160.00
114,482.70
3,153,798.05
6,500.00
2,511,200.73
61,458.48
46,373.14
2,398,689.11
4,680.00
1,500,740.02
5,957.00
380,631.80
675,701.52
755,108.94
1,820.00
5,957.00
311,057.47
69,574.33
68,109.56
-
140,800.00
194,465.00
45,366.80
114,105.10
164,288.29
32,664.08
26,694.90
30,176.71
12,702.72
49,083,898.45
34,912,248.22
9,712,944.72
1,828,956.00
2,629,749.51
5,404,883.99
1,261,907.08
2,628,723.47
834,657.74
679,595.70
43,679,014.46
33,650,341.14
7,084,221.25
994,298.26
1,950,153.81
8,612,450.19
6,661,313.97
467,453.55
722,616.00
761,066.67
1,514,923.08
926,272.43
136,085.23
44,301.00
408,264.42
7,097,527.11
5,735,041.54
331,368.32
678,315.00
352,802.25
Motor Vehicles
6,464,732.36
2,929,653.00
940,000.00
1,379,466.00
1,215,613.36
Accum. Depre. Motor Vehicles
Net Book Value-Motor
Vehicles
2,395,409.18
1,344,616.34
20,142.86
542,071.48
488,578.50
4,069,323.18
1,585,036.66
919,857.14
837,394.52
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727,034.86
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& Finance
Administration & Finance
TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
As of December 31, 2009
ASSETS
Property Plant and
Equipment
TOTAL
Other Plant and Equipment
Accum. Depre. -Other
Property Plant &
Equipment
MANILA
4,671,202.16
10,226,246.90
8,618,505.94
688,172.79
3,629,490.01
4,300,843.14
59,004,155.61
Total Property Plant
and Equipment
906,835,789.85
760,358,965.22
TOTAL ASSETS
VISAYAS
59,692,328.40
65,971,271.52
Other Assets
CAVITE
74,589,777.46
Net Book Value-Other
Property Plant &
Equipment
Construction in Progress Bldg & Other Structures
TAGUIG
-
45,419,158.65
111,591,967.02
96,931,962.00
8,696,327.11
11,210,142.50
171,102.60
11,039,039.90
1,310,792,059.23
994,207,781.87
122,904,422.72
1,041,712.15
5,925,403.76
37,725,461.94
63,332,204.04
5,963,677.91
70,725,270.48
122,954,584.16
LIABILITIES AND GOVERNMENT EQUITY
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable
10,641,400.45
10,361,170.25
59,512.16
Due to Officers &
Employees
13,767,102.37
13,471,831.56
295,270.81
Due to Bureau of Treasury
39,206.40
220,718.04
39,206.40
Due to BIR
3,833,360.53
3,507,456.55
239,555.96
86,348.02
Due to GSIS
3,346,009.17
3,234,861.48
7,014.69
104,133.00
Due to PAGIBIG
1,199,020.89
1,191,928.33
1,506.48
5,586.08
1,712.50
Due to PHILHEALTH
Due to Other NGA's
Due to Other GOCC's
Due to LGU's
201,937.50
199,775.00
450.00
12,949,246.46
12,716,970.93
232,275.53
1,244,513.46
1,244,513.46
441,410.50
441,410.50
Due to Other Funds/Books
3,477,659.15
3,216,533.82
261,125.33
Guaranty Deposits Payable
1,644,147.42
755,605.24
820,305.84
68,236.34
438,084.85
322,400.00
92,681.00
3,600.00
Performance/Bidder's/Bail
Bonds Payable
Tax Refund Payable
676.57
Total Current
Liabilities
53,223,775.72
19,403.85
676.57
50,664,457.12
2,049,580.77
71,836.34
437,901.49
Other Liabilities
Other Payables
8,917,070.72
Bonds Payable
3,521,639.27
28,898,028.12
3,836,934.71
43,909.75
Other Deferred Credits
32,734,962.83
Total Other Liabilities
86
3,278,113.84
41,695,943.30
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2,105,038.15
12,279.46
43,909.75
32,176,141.96
7,402,483.73
2,105,038.15
12,279.46
Administration
& Finance
Administration & Finance
TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-SYSTEM
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
As of December 31, 2009
LIABILITIES AND GOVERNMENT EQUITY
TOTAL
MANILA
TAGUIG
CAVITE
VISAYAS
Equity
Government Equity
1,130,598,554.54
864,493,409.25
96,995,248.33
57,933,852.66
111,176,044.30
Prior Year's Adjustment
(9,745,820.52)
(7,983,193.49)
88,347.67
(2,225,596.66)
374,621.96
Excess of Income Over
Expenses
95,019,606.19
54,856,967.03
16,368,762.22
12,840,139.99
10,953,736.95
Total Equity
1,215,872,340.21
911,367,182.79
113,452,358.22
68,548,395.99
122,504,403.21
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND
EQUITY
1,310,792,059.23
994,207,781.87
122,904,422.72
70,725,270.48
122,954,584.16
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MANAGEMENT TEAM
DR. OLYMPIO V. CAPARAS
President
DR. FLORIDA C. LABUGUEN
Vice P resident
Planning and Development and Information System
PROF. GEMMA D. BELGA
Director
Planning Office
PROF. MONA J. PURGANAN
Information Officer
Planning Office
PROF. WILMA DOLLISEN –ENRIQUEZ
(a.ka. Beck)
Visual Artist
Planning Office
PROF. JULIUS A. SARENO
Director
University Information Technology Center
PROF. RENATO BUTCH BITUONAN
Head, Web Development
Information Technology Center
PROF. ELIZABETH GALVEZ
Head, Audio Visual and Multimedia Department
Integrated Research and Training Center
PROF. LETICIA C. UYACO
Head, Printing Department
Integrated Research and Training Center
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