Monday, 28 December 2009

UCC Choral Singing Bituing Walang Ningning

Video Credit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O6WjwIJAdQ&feature=related

Caloocan Mabuhay Ka!!

This post is dedicated to those who want to know the steps in this song. Minsan kagapag nag flag ceremony sa Monday morning, the students are required to do this..lahat gumagawa at marunong nito. ako hindi. So I was really ashamed. Good thing ngayon wala akong subject every Monday morning!
Here a video to teach how to do the steps:


enjoy!!

MAPE TV 5's Talentadong Pinoy Man!!

Matagal na po to pero post ko parin!!
Si JR Mape! I had the privilege to interview him for THE CROSSROADS last .... I forgot the date..really long time ago! hehehehe.It was the first time he won in Talentadong Pinoy. It made to the news around the campus not just in Camarin where he truly belongs but also in the 5 campuses of UCC. He's an AB Math 3rd year then. He was really fun & easy to talk to. I'm personally amazed with this guy because he was able to develop those talents from scratch. He just got some of his first instruments from junk! He can do dice stacking, rubiks (blindfolded), play the guitar, violin & a lot more. He's from no musical clan or whatever. He's just a simple guy who tried his luck to showcase his unique talent on TV. He even played violin for me once & I wa struly mesmerized. Ilokano din pala siya.

Here's a video clip:

Video Credit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fiCD09aZVg

Based on some background research I did on the net about him, I have found out that he joined different rubiks contest locally & internationally he ranked 4th, 3rd sometimes 1st! That was really quite unique for a pinoy isn't it? He laong with his younger brother also appeared in WOWOWEE, EATBULAGA & SIS. (spell exposure?)
Another video clip from Bulacan Open 2009:
Video Credit:http:http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=puGxZiXTxOE

Mape in Wowowee

Video Credit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqEDeGZnJuE&feature=related


Although most of us UCCians are poor we stil strive & compete with others. We also have talents that if harnessed can be a source of pride for our fellow students.

We are used to doing things from scratch. We are used of getting the best out of the least. We learn to take advantage of every environment we land to improve ourselves & not just wait of what the university can offer. The real world is our training ground! So who said we lack facilities??

BS PSYCHOLOGY Majors in ABS-CBN It's Showtime

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I was surprised to have a call from my sister & receive the news that my classmastes are on TV!! I quickly looked for a TV but there was none in our boarding house. So I just settled in my sister's narration of what was happening already on TV.




Last Dec. 15, 15 of my classmates & friends from Psychology department bravely treaded the path to the ABS-CBN office & registered themselves as audiences. They got a little help from a tour guide once assigned there (Moises Fuentes & company). It was such a great exoperience for them so I am really happy & proud!




By the way, ate Realyn Castillo was given the privilege to act as a host of the show for some short while & she did it very well.




To view the said episode of IT"S SHOWTIME click here. But beware, the video is not that clear & it is also kind of blurred. Be patient. I am trying my best to look for a clearer copy but its unavailble from the web!




Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Jobs For Phone English Teachers

http://jill-des.blogspot.com/, Jobs for Phone English Teachers, Philippines




1. Sunlight Builders Center, Inc.

Online English Teachers

We are looking for English teacher to teach Chinese students online in your available time. Full time or part time will be ok.

Date: 7 December 2009
City/Town: Manila
Location: Manila
Wage/Salary: negotiable
Start: immediately
Duration: flexible
Type: Full Time, Part Time, Casual, Temporary, Home Based
How to apply: send resume by email
Company: Sunlight Builders Center, Inc.

Contact: Ivan Tsang
Phone:
Fax:
Email:



2. Hello Speak Corp.

Online English Teachers/Tutors

Hello Speak is a start up, China-based English school offering online language instruction to Chinese students.

...and we are looking for university students who are good communicators in English and have a knack, experience and passion for teaching the language.

Do you have fast and stable internet connection, a Skype ID, good working PC, headset and webcam?


Work Schedule: 4 hours a day, 5 days a week
Monday to Friday (Saturday and Sunday schedules are also available)

Work Hours: 6 pm to 10 p.m. , 7pm to 11 pm, or 8 pm to 12 am

Salary:
Regular - P2,500~/month(basic monthly salary) + premium pay for every lesson you conduct


Teach online from your home.

Apply now!

Date: 23 December 2009
City/Town: All over the country
Location: Nationwide
Wage/Salary: negotiable
Start: Immediately
Duration: long term, short term
Type: Full Time, Part Time
How to apply: send resume by email
Company: Hello Speak Corp.

Contact: Emma
Phone: +8615810258113
Fax:
Email:




3. Hello Speak Corp.

Online English Teachers for Chinese Students

Hello Speak is a start up, China-based English school offering online language instruction to Chinese students.

We need work from home online ESL teachers to join our team.

Working Hours:
Monday to Friday (Saturday and Sunday schedules are also available)
4 hours a day
6 pm to 10 p.m. , 7pm to 11 pm, or 8 pm to 12 am

Monthly Salary:
Regular :P2,500~/month(basic monthly salary) + premium pay for every lesson conducted

Qualifications:
• 19 to 21 years old
• students or graduates of AB English/BS Education Major in English, Communication Arts, Speech Communication and other related courses
• Has an American Accent
• Good command of the English language
• Proficient in the use of computers and instant messengers
• Punctual and with high sense of responsibility
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
* Patient, cheerful, organized and hardworking
* good and quiet work environment
* stable internet connection
* pleasing personality and appearance

System Requirements:
1. Reliable Personal Computer with at least 224 MB memory or higher (preferably around 512 MB).
2. The CPU of the PC should be at least Pentium IV or higher.
2. A broadband internet connection (cable, DSL, etc.)
3. Webcam and Headset

This is a home-based position.



Date: 23 December 2009
City/Town: All over the country
Location: Nationwide
Wage/Salary: negotiable
Start: Immediately
Duration: Long term, Short term
Type: Full Time, Part Time, Casual, Temporary, Traineeship
How to apply: send resume by email
Company: Hello Speak Corp.

Contact: Emma
Phone: +8615810258113
Fax:
Email:

4. Genetic Computer Institute

High School Teacher

- College Graduate, Education, English or Math Major
- Female, 22-35 years old
- Hardworking and self motivated
- Can work with minimal supervision
- Knowledgeable in Computer
- Above average communication skills
- LET Passer is an advantage
- Willing to learn and teach Computer in High School
Our Company offers teaching training for qualified applicants. Newly board passers are encouraging to apply.

Date: 23 December 2009
City/Town: Quezon City
Location: Manila
Wage/Salary: Above Minimum
Start: Immediately
Duration: Full Time
Type: Full Time
How to apply: send via email
Company: Genetic Computer Institute

Contact: Sharon/Niña
Phone: 722-0545
Fax:
Email:






5. EduinePhil., Inc.

Online English Teacher (will start IMMEDIATELY)

EduinePhil., Inc is opening its doors to qualified applicants who possess the following:

- can converse in English fluently

- has strong English grammar background

- has average English writing skills

- pleasant personality (can work well with other teachers)

- can work from 2pm - 11pm on weekdays

If you are that person, then its time to join our team!

Send your resume to xxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx for evaluation.

Date: 22 December 2009
City/Town: Manila
Location: Manila
Wage/Salary: 12,000 - 16,000
Start: immediately
Duration: no duration
Type: Full Time
How to apply: send resume by email
Company: EduinePhil., Inc.

Contact: Tara Javier
Phone:
Fax:
Email:



5. Elim Edu. (People Ed. Language Center Corp.)

Full timeTutors

We are urgently in need of tutors,male or female, 20-30 years old. Graduate of B.S.Education major in English , Psychology, Mass Communication,Management or any 4 years course from reputable school. Can teach English with American accent to Korean students.Willing to work full time. Can work effectively under pressure and perform duties with minimum supervision. Salary is negotiable.

Date: 22 December 2009
City/Town: Alabang
Location: Manila
Wage/Salary: 10,000-15,000
Start: as soon as possible
Duration: six months onwards
Type: Full Time
How to apply: send resume by email or txt 09226047290/09391662972/09177033074/025023551
Company: Elim Edu. (People Ed. Language Center Corp.)

Contact: Ms. Lerma Regalario
Phone: 09226047290/09391662972/09177033074/025023551
Fax:
Email:






6. Kedutech Tour, Inc

Looking for Part-time English Tutor

QUALIFICATIONS:

> Male / Female
> 18 - 35 yrs of age
> Proficient in English
> Preferably College Graduate

REQUIREMENTS:

> Resume with picture, TOR
> Application letter addressed to the Manager, Miss Catherine Geonzon Abadia, KEDUTECH, 2nd Fl Food Court Bldg., SWU- main campus, Urgello St., Cebu City
> Submit requirements to the addressed provided

Date: 22 December 2009
City/Town: Cebu City
Location: Cebu
Wage/Salary: confidential
Start: January 2010
Duration: whole camp
Type: Part Time
How to apply: email and submit personally
Company: Kedutech Tour, Inc

Contact: Catherine Geonzon Abadia
Phone:
Fax:
Email:



7. Trace College

HR Assistant

Female
- graduate of Psychology, Human Resources or equivalent
- Full time position

Date: 15 December 2009
City/Town: Los Baños
Location: Laguna
Wage/Salary: Negotiable
Start: nov 8,2009
Duration: permanently
Type: Full Time
How to apply: kindly send your resume at xxx_xxxxxx##@xxxxx.xxx or you may call us at 536-6209
Company: Trace College

Contact: Jennylyn De Ocampo
Phone: 536-6209
Fax:
Email:


8. Jigu Corporation

Online English Teacher

ONLINE ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS


We are looking for career-oriented individuals who could take part in our endeavor to provide quality education to our clients (Foreign Language learners, specifically Koreans).We are an E-Learning company and we have been in the service for 5 years and continuing to grow. We offer Flexible schedules (Full-time or Part time Or Home-base) from 5 am to 11 pm. Qualifications are as follows:


1. Must have at least a Bachelor's degree/College Degree in Education/Teaching/Training and equevalent

2. Preferrably with 1 to 2 years teaching experience.

3. Excellent communication skills

4.Candidates must work well with multiple projects, changing priorities, and stringent deadlines.

5.Must have American or Neutral accent.


FOR OFFICE BASE / HOMEBASE

Requirements

1.Resume With Picture
2.NBI Clearance
3.Police Clearance
4.Employment Certificate




FOR HOMEBASE

Requirements

Must have high-speed internet connection at home, preferably with PLDT DSL Xperience plan (999/month - up to 1 mbps) or with lower PLDT plan but willing to upgrade but those with Bayantel or Globelines stable connection can also apply.
A very reliable desktop or laptop computer, at least 80 GB hard disk and 512 MB memory and a working headset, preferably with noise canceling function
a very quiet environment, a MUST


If you meet this qualifications you could send your application to xxx_xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx.
Notifications will be sent via email or you could drop by our office at Unit 2B, D'Metyang's Bldg. 5064 P. Burgos st. Brgy. Poblacion, Makati city.

Contact Nos : 890-49-87 - Von

Date: 2 December 2009
City/Town: Makati
Location: Manila
Wage/Salary: -
Start: asap
Duration: -
Type: Full Time, Part Time
How to apply: email,phone
Company: Jigu Corporation

Contact: Von
Phone: 8904987
Fax:
Email:

C21 Language Tutorial Center

English Teachers

Teach English to Koreans

Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Quezon City
Location: Manila
Wage/Salary: per hour rate
Start: Immediately
Duration: indefinite
Type: Full Time, Part Time
How to apply: Send resume by email
Company: C21 Language Tutorial Center

Contact: Sam
Phone: 4358277
Fax:
Email:
***The following job posts are just copied from the link above. Any inquiries regarding the job posts will not be entertained since I don't have any connection to them in any way.

Job Posts For Psych Majors

POsts taken from: http://www.ojtcareers.com/
ON THE JOB TRAINING FOR PSYCHOLOGY

at PinnacleAsia Outsourcing Company in Pasig
PinncleAsia Outsourcing Company is HR outsoucing Services.We hanlde Executive,Managment and Technical Search to our clients. we handle one of the leading and well known company here in our country.

REQUIRMENTS:


AT LEAST COLLEGE LEVEL WITH THE DEGREE OF BS.PSYCHOLOGY

KNOW HOW TO ADMINISTER AND INTERPRET PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAM

GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS.

WILLING TO WORK IN PASIG

Interested candidate submit to us your updated resume at pinnacleasia@yahoo.com or call 7064311 look for ghe.


Thanks and Best Regards,


Gerald Paul Orbe
Recruitment SPecialist
PinnacleAsia Outsourcing Company

Dec 17: Date POsted
********

IKON Solutions Asia Inc needs HR-OJT applicants.

Job Requirements:


- Male or Female
- Psychology, Business Admin and other related courses
- Students who can support the HR Department


Responsibilities:

On the Job Trainees will basically support our Recruitment Team in Sourcing and Processing Applicants.


Interested students, may send your resume to joanreyes@ikonlink.com or call 8403252 loc 102 and look for Joan Reyes for more details.

Visit their office located at:
IKON SOLUTIONS ASIA INC
7f Athenaeum Bldg.
160 LP Leviste St.
Salcedo Village
Makati City

Nov 25: Date Posted
******

at MEGA Publishing Group in Pasig
Mega Publishing group is currently hiring OJT applicants for their OJT Program.

Job Description: Human Resources

Job Responsibilities:

The OJT will assist the HR supervisor in sourcing applicants, arranging and organizing the 201 files of employees and scheduling of applicants for interview.

Interested applicants must possess the following qualifications:

-Female - 18 to 20 years old;
-Currently in College taking up Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Human Resources Management, Behavioral Science or any related course;
-Organized, articulate with good oral and written communication skills;
-Can start immediately

Qualified applicants can send their comprehensive resumes with picture to:

jobs@megapublishinggroup.com

You can visit their office located at:

18th Floor Strata 100 Building,
F. Ortigas Jr. Road (formerly Emerald Ave.),
Ortigas, Pasig City

Nov 25: Date Posted

Possible Jobs For Students

Online Assistant
at LeadsPH Inc in Makati

We are in need for an
individual who wants to apply for a position as an online assistant. Basic
requirement are the following.

- Good communication skills in oral and
written form
- Computer literate (MS Office application, above knowledge in
internet)
- Finished 2-4 years degree in college (Preferably Computer
Related Courses)
- You should be a well organized person
- We prefer to
hire applicants that has their own laptop

Basically, your tasks as an OL
assistant are the following:

- Job posting and research
- Management
of databases
- You will also be given some topics for you to research.
-
Interns are welcome to apply for the Positions
- OJT's must be willing to
work at least 3 days during weekdays
- Applicants must be willing to work at
Makati
- Interested applicants may send their Comprehensive Resume in this
E-mail ayse@greenmediaconcepts.com
- Contact Person: Ms. Ayse Dela Rosa


Be part of a growing company here at LeadsPH Inc.

**********

MANAGEMENT/MARKETING STUDENTS
at first
Alliance in Caloocan

First Alliance
Business and Management Consultancy
are in need of dynamic students for
academic completion..Willing to do client calls and facilitate marketing
functions. We give good evaluations for those with potentials… No allowance will
be given unless with client calls and functions.
Pre interview will be made
please post resumes first at our email. If interested please send resume at :
first_alliancecons@yahoo.com



I'd like to say this again that I am not in anyway connected to the above-mentioned company!! I am just simlpy reposting their ad.

I got these posts from OJT CAREERS.

OJT's Information


Are you soon going to have your OJT?? Are you a fresh graduate now eager to land your first job?You came to the right place!

I will soon have my OJT this coming summer so I'm now starting to search about possible companies, establishements to do it! Good thing I came acroos this site made by students for the students who are looking for infos about OJT. It is called OJT CAREERS. Thanks for this : http://blackboard.prepys.com/ for the link!




The site looks like the one above

One Job Post I saw there is :


TIMES CORE INRTERNATIONAL INC., is a
Korean-owned company that concentrates in English Distance Learning. It was
organized with a vision to create workforce consisting of TOP-NOTCH INDIVIDUALS
who graduated from reputable institutions and whose goal is to ensure that
LEARNERS receive only the BEST and FINEST service possible.
Times
core Phone’s English
education center retains top tier teachers with
generous benefit package for them.
Times core Phone’s English education
center boasts the finest facilities and it provides a comfortable working
environment for the employees.

Responsibilities:

* Teaches
English language to foreign students “Koreans” * Prepares lessons and study
materials in advanced * Assists students mainly in developing their writing and
speaking skills * Evaluates students’ progress
Requirements:

*
Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s/College Degree * Board Passer
particularly in Teachers’ Licensure Examination. * Preferably female and a
graduate of UP and Ateneo * Must be well-versed with American or neutral accent,
with great passion in teaching, with friendly and pleasing personality *
Certifications in TESOL, IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL, etc (and/or any International
Certifications) is a PLUS FACTOR * Required skill(s): computer literate and good
in grammar * At least 21 to 40 years old. * Must be capable of multi-tasking,
creative and well organized. * Applicants must be willing to work in Ortigas
Center,Pasig City. * Full-Time positions available.
WORKING SCHEDULE
AVAILABLE:

2:00pm – 11:00pm
Interested applicants may submit
their resume at:
Company Address:
2005~8 Pacific Center Bldg.,
33
San Miguel Ave.,
Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Tel. 636-7098 to 99
Or
you may send your resume thru email:
Maria04barrozo@hotmail.com
viciousjoker@hotmail.com

I am not in any way connected to them so any inquiries regarding the company should be forwarded to their site & office. I am just simply relating this to anyone who might read this!

By the way: This job post was posted on Dec. 22, 2009

Tuesday, 22 December 2009

The Crossroads Sacked for Telling the Truth

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My fellow Crossroads staffer had a meeting with Mrs. F last week then after that I've heard that the whole staff is going to be replaced!! I didn't feel neither remorse nor regret. I don't have to. I'd prefer not to be a staff there & cling to the truth than blindly follow & adhere to their rules. I don't wanna be a puppet of the administrtion.


Sour graping??? Oh definitely not!


The inside of the university is higly politicized. It is an emblem of our present government. Press freedom is supressed. If you detract & criticize them you are an enemy. I wonder who will be the new set of staff who will follow blindly the powers-that be.



Phot Credits:www.bulatlat.com/news/5-13/5-13-media.html

I know that the org has some share of blunders also but it is not enough to eliminate them. Just because of an opinionated article implying the truth?? Who are they to tell us what is real?? They are always inside their airconditioned offices. They don't see the university from our eyes. They don't experience standing the whole class, they don't walk along the court with fear that they might be hit by a ball, they don't endure the heat of the noon sun inside the closely crowded rooms, they don't experience being clueless about a lot of subjects they are supposed to master, they don't feel the void being desparately filled with the pageants, activities & programs. They don't experience reciting & at the same time trying to outvoice the noise outside. They definitely don't & will ever understand unless they admit that what's on the paper is true.


Ignorance ends when we try to admit it.




So for now...that our term has ended....I will continue what I promised myself to uphold. the truth. And this blog will be my medium.




Well I'm not just going to stand aside & watch my university sink into the mud. I still can do something!


We all can.


You know we are just a group of people whoe writes what we see. We write the good & bad ones. It's that the bad ones outweigh the good ones. What can we do? Fabricate it & compromise the truth? NO WAY!!


I've read from a shirt print



"Student Journalists should make a headline, not make
them"



Monday, 21 December 2009

Voter's Registration Extended to January 9, 2010



Here's an article from the Supreme Court site: Click here for the original link.



SC Extends Voters Registration until January 9, 2010



Posted:
Decemberr 15, 2009
By Jay B. Rempillo



Voters for the May 10,
2010 elections can register until January 9, 2010.

Finding the petition
impressed with merit, the Supreme Court, by a unanimous vote, today granted the
petition to extend the voters registration and declared null and void the
Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Resolution No. 8585 insofar as it set the
deadline of voter registration for the 2010 polls on October 31, 2009.

In a nine-page decision penned by Justice Conchita Carpio Morales, the
Court also directed the COMELEC to proceed with dispatch in reopening the
registration of voters and holding the same until January 9, 2010. It said its
decision is immediately executory.

The Court said that it did not find
any ground to hold that the mandate of continuing voter registration cannot be
reasonably held within the period provided by RA 8189, The Voter’s Registration
Act of 1996. It stressed that RA 6646 (The Electoral Reforms Law of 1987) and RA
8436 (An Act Authorizing the COMELEC to Use an Automated Election System in the
May 11, 1998 National or Local Elections and in Subsequent National and Local
Electoral Exercises, Providing Funds Therefor and for Other Purposes) grant the
poll body the power to fix other periods and dates for pre-election activities
“only if the same cannot be reasonably held within the period provided by law.”
There is thus no occasion for the COMELEC to exercise its power to fix other
dates or deadlines therefor, it added.

Citing sec. 8 of RA 8189, the
Court held that Congress itself has determined that the period of 120 days
before a regular election and 90 days before a special election is enough time
for the COMELEC to make all the necessary preparations with respect to the
coming elections. The preparations include (1) completion of project precincts,
(2) constitution of the Board of Election Inspectors, (3) finalizing the
Computerized Voters List, (4) supervision of the campaign period, and (5)
preparation, bidding, printing, and distribution of Voter’s Information Sheet.
The Court said that such determination of Congress is well within the ambit of
its legislative power, which the High Court is bound to respect, and that the
COMELEC’s rule-making power should be exercised in accordance with the
prevailing law.

“The clear text of the law thus decrees that voters be
allowed to register daily during regular offices hours, except during the period
starting 120 days before a regular election and 90 days before a special
election,” said the Court.

The petition before the High Court was filed
by Raymond V. Palatino, a youth sectoral representative under the Kabataan
Party-list, and other concerned citizens. (GR No. 189868, Palatino v. COMELEC,
December 15, 2009)

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Friday, 18 December 2009

Are Managers Exempted to Falling Hair???


I ate at Mcdo just a while ago....and just as expected I've roamed my eyes to what was around me and tried to observe whatever catches my eyes. Then I noticed something really obvious & it surely provoked my curiousity.

Managers and powers-that be in all fastfoods & the restaurant I'd worked for before were not using any hairnet unlike the crews. I've pondered this for quite a while then asked "Are Managers Exempted to Falling Hair???" to no one but myself. As we all know, hairnets are used to avoid hair falling on or coming in contact with the food. (It is the dirtiest part of the body).
Most of them do the task of serving food being the cashier just like everybody else. So it's highly possible that they mix the foods with their hairs.
So why not just comply to the rules they themselves impose? Is it their privilege not to? or a privilege to look good though they know that it may risk the quality of food they are serving? I just really can't understand the world sometimes. Those are making the law/rules are the ones allowed to violate them. Is idealism already extinxt in our modern day? No wonder the product of generations that are gradually sprouting are "rejects" ( factory/industry terms). Can you balem them?

12.18.2009 - The National Christmas Party???


Taking my daily trip from the streets of Camarin Caloocan City to the busy & elegant roads of Ortigas, I've been seeing students from different levels carry gifts & foods & wear new clothes for their Christmas party. I've thought for a while & tried to remind myself if GMA again declared Dec 18 as the Christmas party day for all the schools. hahah but then di pala...nagkataon lang!


It's nice to see their eager faces full of anticipation though. Some have even worn gown-like dresses, some were punkistas, some were kikays some were just plain. Like I used to be!


As I was doing my "observation" in the fx taxi I felt sad for not having a camera. I could have taken a shot to post here. But I lost mine when I was held up on my way home last September. So I just borrowed one pic from the net to make this more interesting to read.


Photo Credits: BING QUEST BLOG

Monday, 14 December 2009

Heroes of the Modern UCC - The working Students

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Credits: Sorry I randomly searched the pics above from google images.

Lurking around UCC, observing students, eavesdropping & roaming the streets & mall have awakened my mind about my fellow UCCians dillema. They or should I say WE are all crying for our expenses.


Majority of us is poor. We pay a maximum of 3,000 pesos & a minimum of 800 pesos tution fee yet we still cry for help. Fortunately , we have learned not only to ask for tissue paper to wipe our tears but also to wipe it & worked it out. We are the working students, who I think is becoming a major hero of our own lives. We learned that nothing can take us out of the situation unless we do something about it & we do it vigorously. The heroes I'm talking about are found in SM supermarket, hypermarket, Jollibbee, McDonalds, call centers & on the streets late at night or nearly dawn struggling to survive, & brave the way to classrooms with so little sleep. Sometimes we pride ourselves as those experienced in jobs even before graduation but on the other side we are "missers". We miss a lot of school activities which are supposedly harnessing our talents & gifts. We miss the bonding times with our friends & classmates. We miss some lessons due to absences & tardiness. We miss a lot. But we are still thnakful that we are given the chance to change the path to take in the future.

Thursday, 10 December 2009

Writing in Techie World

Hmmm...At first glance...what would the picture mean to you?? What does it say?
Has it ever occured to you that what this picture depicts is inevitable in our modern techie world. Even for some writers.
I've been a contributor to my school publication/newspaper (although I'm not that really good). Ive experienced even for a short while how other writers feel. How their freedom of expression are suppressed. How they have smoothly adapted to the new world that computers are creating. We have gardually been relying with word doc, word pad, computer, keyboard. We have been missing the real menaing of writing. Yes! I am included there. I've been too lazy to inscribe words & express myself through the use of a pen. I'd rather prefer seeing the blinking cursor wink at me when everything is blank. I have forgotten that WRITING as in holding a pen & scratching it against a surface is still the best way of 'writing". Seeing your penmanship even if it's not legible sometimes expresses who you really are when you write. The feelings incorporated with it & the sentiments accompanying it. I remember writing this short letter-styled story in computer for our school's literary folio. While I was doing it I was like crying......the emotion flows within me like a river. And I've even included "that" there. But I've thought to put some font style on it. Like the faded & blurred letters from tears or something wet to give more emphasis to the emotion. Yeah. I've tried to look for that style in the computer but there was none.
Computers do make our life convenient & help us in many ways but it can never replace the hands that we use. The hands that do the "dirty" work.
Write (verb) - to form (as words) by inscribing the characters or symbols of on a surface

Pera sa Lumang Cellphone




Do your old Nokia 3310, 3210 & old model unused/broken cellphones clutter your life? No! Don't think of throwing it away in the trash can. Think again. According to studies it's harmful to the environment since it has ttoxic elements inside. There's another solution. SELL IT HERE!! Nawalan ka na ng kalat nakatulong ka pa kay Inang Kalikasan at higit sa lahat nahkapera ka pa.


Why would other people want my junk?? That must surely come to your mind!

According to a blog I've read & some research, it contains a really little amount of gold that if accumulated can be make big money. Like what Gyeonggi Province in South Korea did.


Now don't expect to crack open an old cell phone and find it gleaming like a polished nugget. Gold is used sparingly for plating contacts and in bonding wires within the integrated circuits. Computer circuit boards have far more gold. Exotic military and space equipment might be rich with it.


Ooops!! kahit buksan mo yang luma mong cellphone ngayon e wala kang mahuhukay na ginto. For your information di mo makikita yun kung di ka eksperto sa ganitong mga bagay. At kung sakaling makuha mo man ay almost wala ding silbi. Dapat itong ipunin at paramihin bago mapakinabangan

So what are you waiting for?? Sell it to the link above & get the most out of your trash!

Ooopss!! di po to adverstisement or promotion churva! Isa lang po akong simpleng mamamayan na concerned sa ating kalikasan!




Wednesday, 9 December 2009

2010 Elections! Vote & Register

My Turn

Boto Mo, Boses Mo!

Magparehistro, Bumoto, May Pag-asa Pa!

Your Vote, Your Voice!


Those are just a few of the messages on different tarpaulins that are scattered & posted on MRT’s, LRT’s electric posts persuading qualified ones especially the youth to vote this coming May 2010 National Elections. Millions of pesos are being spent for these ads. They are taking so many efforts to encourage us, the youth & first time voters to vote.

Have you ever thought why it’s such a big deal??

Dahil san mo man tingnan, tayo pa rin ang pag-asa ng bayan. Oo gasgas na nga. At madami na din ang di naniniwala pero tayo na ngayon ang nagiging mayorya. This is not only based on our national hero’s claim. According to an article from Philippine star, roughly 30 million voters will come from the age bracket of 18-40 years old (United Nation’s definition of youth). And we, (mostly those who are in their 2nd year) are one of them.

Narinig mo na rin ba yung high school teacher mo noon na nagsabi na bata ang populasyon? That is based on the 1995 consensus. So it’s 13 years ago which means that that statement has been profoundly taking effect through time. Di naman babata ang matatanda diba?

We can shape our nation’s future. That is….. if we decide to go out to register for the meantime.

Nothing could be accomplished unless we take the first step. So here are some guidelines on how you can register.

Ang kwalipikadong bumoto ay:
) Mamamayan ng Pilipinas.b) Labing-walong (18) taong gulang o higit pa.c) Naninirahan sa Pilipinas ng hindi bababa sa isang (1) taon at anim (6) na buwan sa barangay kung saan nais niyang bumoto bago maghalalan.d) Hindi diskuwalipikado ng batas.e) Hindi pa rehistrado.

A) Ang aplikante ay personal na magpaparehistro sa Election Officer (EO). Magdala ng mga dokumentong magpapatunay ng inyong pagkakakilanlan katulad ng mga sumusunod:

1. I.D na may lagda ng opisyal ng kumpanyang pinaglilingkuran.2. Postal I.D.3. Student's I.D. or library card na may lagda ng opisyal ng paaralan.4. Senior Citizen's ID.5. Driver's license.6. NBI/PNP clearance.7. Passport8. SSS/GSIS ID9. PRC License.
Kung walang dalang dokumento na katulad ng nabanggit sa itaas, ang botante ay puwedeng kilalanin (under oath) ng mga sumusunod:
Kahit sinong rehistradong botante sa presinto o
Kahit sinong malapit na kamag-anak ng botante.
Ang Community Tax o Cedula o (sertipikasyon ng pagkakakilanlan) na galing sa opisyal ng barangay ay hindi tatanggapin.

Note: Registration is from December 02, until October 31, 2009 - This was extended to November.

It is easy to be cynical. It is easy to stand on the side lines, throw jeers and send out sighs of disappointment about the issues that bombard our country. It is easier to lay back, throw eloquent criticisms at the government, and enjoy the privilege of being an anonymous disgruntled Filipino citizen. But to actually endeavor to be part of the solution-- is a more noteworthy task than watching the Philippines sink deeper into its own mud hole.” – a quote from one blogger. I forgot the name.

Monday, 7 December 2009

Buhay Working Student


I miss the times when I greet & text every body a "gudnyt" & asleep afterwards. Since I worked here as a phone english teacher to koreans I've been sending them "goodmorning" & sleep afterwards. That's been one of my sentiments. A lot of my friends, classmates, schoolmates envy me for that. They are missing something so simple & unnoticable yet very significant to me. The time to do everything & at the same time have some time to savor them so that the memory lingers.


Everything in my world now is under time pressure. There's this alarm clock that keeps ticking inside my head whenever I'm in school. I have to hurry. There is no single minute to waste & appreciate little things that really makes me happy. When I get some so liittle free time, I have to spend them with my bed. I have to rest my tired body. Even the 30-minute break which should be used for some quality time with classmates should be used to compensate for my lack of sleep.


I know that I'm doing the right thing. But not all right things make us happy. I am happy to where I am now. But I'm sad for what I've been missing the whole time.

3rd Year Industrial Psychology Majors (2nd Sem) - The Subjects

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Aesthetics
  • Elective 1 - Human Behavior in Organization
  • Elective 2 - Personnel Management
  • Vertebrate Anatomy
  • Educational Psychology
  • Office Procedures
I think our professors now are all very good. (Prof. Dantay, Matula, Tulod, Yaptangco, Tumambing & Tarnate) Because they have induced curiousity & motivation in me. I am now trying realy hard in all my subjects because of them. I also met some who are really strict in attendance & projects & most of all the one I'm dreading PUNCTUALITY. I've already been reprimanded by two of my professors so now I'm literally dragging myself out of the bed every morning. Another problem I encounter is the icy cold morning running water. I now fear taking a bath in the morning, but I do it anyway...no choice!

Second Sem

I am finally feeling the pressure of the 2nd semester of 2009-2010 school year! Projects here...projects there... payments here..payments there...assignments here..assignments there. Ah It's very tiresome yet really gratifying at the same time. This is another challenge I have to face. I now have to be more serious in my endeavour for a diploma. I have new classmates so I am so challenged to do my best although I lack time in preparation. So far I can say I'm doing better than expected! I get higher scores than those who aren't worki8ng. I actively participate in all the subjects' group discussion & recitation. I am so happy to be back to school again.
I've been thinking lately...... about all the things that passes through my delicate ear. They all sound familiar but strange. I notice that I'm having difficulty in retaining them in my memory and also trying to absorb them in my system. But with due effort I am improving.

Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Psych Week 2009

Last Sunday, November 29, 2009 our department had The '09 Psych Week. We had different events like quiz bee & Psych feud which imitated the game mechanics of the GMA show The Family Feud! I wasn't able to watch the latter but I was able to experience the former (Quiz Bee) not as a contestant but as the host!
I was really giddy when Michael, my fellow 3rd year student approached me, asked about my work schedule & asked if I could host the quiz bee along with him. He said we'd be reading the questions. I didn't hesitate so I said YES immediately although I dont have any experience doing it.
The Quiz Bee day came & I was very nervous & anxious at first. I tried to convince myself & my partner that we could do it. And so it begun!!
The start was a bit ridiculous. My partner & I stuttered because of the unclear guidelines which we read & some revised questions. But as the event passed by & we finished the easy round, everything became easy. I felt at ease so I just acted naturally without reading the scripts I have prepared. I was satisfied with the job. Not bad for a total amateur although someone commented that she couldn't understand me. I think it's the american acccent that I used that's not understandable. Well anyway I have though of it several times & realized it wouldn't do me any good if I linger on that memory. What's important is that I did my best. I don't care if they are pleased, as long as I did the job assigned to me. I felt happy & enjoyed the event. I hope I'll be given oppotunities to do the same again!! It was frightening to see a lot of people & know that they have probing ears. Well it's inevitable. I care less.
I hope to procure some pictures form the event next time!! I didn't have a camera then so there's no waay I can put some pics here.....hopefuly soooonn!!

Friday, 27 November 2009

The Book Lover's Club in Camarin

The executives from Anvil Publishing


This MIBF event logo


The Manila International Book Fair in Mall of Asia
There were different company stalls showcasing their wonderful books.



Books!! Books!!


If you are a book lover then you should enlist yourself in the Book Lover's Club in Camarin. It's a newly-established club in UCC & is now recognized by the university through the unselfish efforts of Prof. Francisco, the new lady librarian (sorry I forgot her name) & the club president Mr. Renan, a BS TLE junior. I myself is a member of the club & I got to interview Renan as a senior staff of the "then" The Crossroads. I was able to finish the article but I'm not sure if it will get published due to the afore-mentioned "problem".

Since it's debut in the university it has been conducting different fund-raising programs to make our beloved library more conducive for learning & studying, like selling tickets & contests. As a member of the club it's also our duty to take turns in rendering services to the library. We get to be the assistant librarian for the meantime. Unfortunately I wasn't able to do this due to my work commitments. But if I'll have the time I definitely will. It also conducts seminars like the one we had before entitled "The Book Binding Seminar". There was also the field trip for the members to MOA when the MIBF was held last September 16-20. It was filled with different fun & educational activities according to what I've read & heard. (huhu I wasn't able to come again)

Their recent accomplishment is the aircondition in the library which is now fully functional. Hmmm...it's really now good to stay in the library & spend the day researching. I am still full of anticipations for this club to do good for our university. I know that in the years to come this will be one of the best clubs in the university.

Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Payment Schemes

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1. TUTION FEE

In University of Caloocan City

there are 2 schemes for tution fee.


Scheme 1 - for Caloocan City Residents - the tution fee ranges from 1,000 - 1,500


But before you could ever gain this you have to go through a lot.


1. You have to show your high school & elementary diploma saying that you grdauated in a school within the boundaries of Caloocan City.


2. Your parent(s) must have a voter's ID showing that the are registered in caloocan City.


3. For originally non-Caloocan resident like me..I had to register in COMELEC, show my voter's certificate, have a confirmation signed by the registrar that you ae now on the scheme 1.


Scheme 2 - For non-Caloocan residents


I used to be in this scheme. I paid around 2,000 - 3,000 pesos when I was in first year. It really looks cheap already when compared to other university's fee but when you compare it to your fellow classmates in the scheme 1 you'd think that it's unfair!


You can pay partially when you are in Scheme 2 - but you have to pay the rest before the midterm or final exam. For scheme 1 it's also possible to pay partially but you'd have to make a letter stating your reason & you have to be there personally.
2. Org Fee - this one is based on the department you belong to. For instance In Psychology Department, we have the Psychological Society - we pay 40 pesos each. Other courses pay 70 pesos & less.
3. The Crossroads - here we pay 4o pesos each sem. But just recently we did not pay for it since there is some problem between the org & the admin.
4. There's also the insurance which is I think around 15 pesos. This is paid every school year.
5. When you'll be having computer subjects you also have to pay extra for the lab fee - it's for the use of computer & aircon & etc.

A 2009 Graduation Video Clip

This is just a video clip of 2009 Graduation. Video credit from 12chrich's youtube account!!

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Batch 2009 Graduates singing their fairwell song "One Friend"

UCC Pep Squad - P.E. Day 2009

This is from oninthegreat's youtube account.

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Opening Number from the UCC Pep Squad - Main Campus

UCC Pep Squad - IVIM 2007

YEAR 2007 - UCC PEP SQUAD HUMATAW!!

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This is taken from agentcocoy's youtube profile. Click here for the link.

As of today November 25, 2009 08:43 PM - these are the comments...

*Comments taken from the youtube account

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MsMaiNipin (26 minutes ago) Show Hide



hello..post ko po to sa blog ko for UCC ah???

kawasakifury (1 day ago) Show Hide



la lang . kasi nagulat lang ako may pep squad pla ang ucc.. galing kasi ako sa school n ean , but now nagtransfer nk hehe. ge

kawasakifury (1 week ago) Show Hide



is this university of caloocan city ?

certifiedheadturner (1 day ago) Show Hide



yeah!! bket po!?

optimusprime03 (2 months ago) Show Hide



lab iit xo much ..kemeng keme nan UCC ean .. kelan kea maxaxali an UCC sxa UAAP?hehe ..lanawan , ann josette COMSEC 1-C

certifiedheadturner (9 months ago) Show Hide



oi kua onin! my nagcomment taray mu ahh.. kaw pinupuri! hahahah NJ!hayaan mu my backtucks and layout na kme!

tadjol (9 months ago) Show Hide



gud height of the basket toss.dagdagan lang ng invertion lyk backtucks and layouts .pls practice on partner stunts yun ang kulang..tumbling passes has only cartwheels practice round offs and handsprings..spotters shud be alert when there is a 2 and a half stunt or a major fall..gud pyramids..pls. require the cheerers on a full squad flexibiity...i lyk the choreography..all in all maganda..from: National cheerleading championship finalist


Rhayle17 (11 months ago) Show Hide



hoooo pamatay go UCC nandun kame nanonood niyan from aljon g. yap

idoletulle (11 months ago) Show Hide



woi! mga auf! anu na balita???? gawa nga kayu ng multiply site nyu! ^^ kuya onin may ask ako! may kapatid ka ba na lalake??

shekinah02blessing (1 year ago) Show Hide
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wow!nmn ang ucc humahataw n..not bad..kaya lang practice p..d p masyadong malinis at pulido ung galaw cguro dahil 1st tym at sa kaba n rin..pero ok un..i'm proud to be uccians lalo kong namimis ang ucc..heheheGod Bless..

certifiedheadturner (1 year ago) Show Hide



comment pah comment pah!sakit ng leeg qw.. T_T

slurpheeh (1 year ago) Show Hide



WOw ang galing dw namen!yehey!my nka-pancn din!

oninthegreat (1 year ago) Show Hide
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feeling........

vaine1125 (1 year ago) Show Hide



akalain mu yun???i haven't seen them perform yet in person sa you tube ko lang pla makikita kunggnucla kagaling:) nice one

oninthegreat (1 year ago) Show Hide



ngek....thanks ndin...sa pag sabi na mgaling cla...

slurpheeh (1 year ago) Show Hide



pra nmn taung ng endorse ng hotdog sandwich,may ketchup and mustard pang conversation...hahaha!

chickzboyz17 (1 year ago) Show Hide



its si nice but may nag kamali pero bilib din ako sa gurl lkas ng loob hahahaamaganda ung performance pero sana sa susunod pagbutihan pa ^_^

mscoldheart017 (1 year ago) Show Hide



burger, burger, burger...

alwyn089 (1 year ago) Show Hide



wow nice stunts...and yah the colors are like Ketchup and Masturds...!!!cool outfit.. niice...

UCC Institutional Promotion

Here's an Institutional Promotion made by a brilliant UCCian named aftertimo (name on youtube)

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BS PSYCHOLOGY Majors


Currently, there are 3 majors in BS PSYCHOLOGY



1. IP - Industrial Psychology - as the name suggests this is about HR. The theories & organizational strategies in a working place.



Probable Jobs: HR Staff, Office Staff & etc.



2. SPED - Special Education - this focuses on educating special children.



Practices involved: Sign Language, Knowledge on different cases of special children.



Probable Jobs: SPED Teacher



3. GC - Guidance & Counselling - this focuses on school settings



Probable Jobs: School Guidance Counsellor & etc...



Department Head of Psychology Department: Dr. Bernadeth Enriquez

* Don't say BS Psycho if you don't to be glared at by Psych majors. It should be Psych pronounced like SAYK
*The majors are determined on the 2nd semester of 3rd Year - You'll be the one to decide about that but it will also depend on your GWA or generalweighted average.


Note: The majors do not limit a student to only one type of job. For example an IP major doesn't necessarily mean that he/she can't be a school guidance counsellor or vice versa.

University of Caloocan City Chorale

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UCC Chorale Members


Guesting at the Phase 1 Auditorium UCC Dance Troupe Concert October 2007


Sing for Me, the GMA Christmas Choir Festival 09 December 2007 Marikina Sports Center



Prof. Ernani Baetiong, UCC Chorale head


University of Caloocan City Chorale (UCC Chorale) is the premiere cultural ambassador of the proud city of heroes, Caloocan City and the institution of higher learning enshrined in its name.



History


Re-established in July 2006, the choir has since stretched its borders by not only performing in university and city functions, but also to other high-profile engagements such as the Department of Social Welfare and Development's (DSWD) "Sing for Me" program which aims to raise funds for under-privileged children, and the Department of Tourism - National Capital Region's (DOT-NCR) "Paskong-Pasko sa Metro Manila 2007 Chorale Competition."



The Conductor


The chorale's conductor is Professor Ernani Baetiong, composer, arranger and conductor who studied choral conducting under the wings of renowned National Artist for Music Maestro Lucio San Pedro at Sta. Isabel College, and Sr. Mary Placid Abejo of St. Scholastica's College of Music.


Originally trained in solo instrument performance, he first studied under legendary brass band conductor Professor Benedicto San Jose, and his son Romy San Jose, Doctor of Music who earned his degree from the University of Santo Tomas Conservatory of Music. He lated moved on to train with Professor Garry Silangcruz of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra and faculty member of the UST Conservatory.

In his young life as a musician he ventured into applying his skills and knowledge to train church choirs and fellow musicians. He has spent more than twenty years offering his services to churches and has helped train hundreds of singers and accompanists in these times.


In college at the University of Santo Tomas College of Science (where he took-up his pre-med B.S. Biology), he went back to his roots of playing the flute and joined the UST ROTC Band and sought further training by momentarily joining the UST Singers as trainee, under the baton of Prof. Fidel Calalang, musical genius extraordinaire who steered the UST Singers into winning the title Choir of the World in 1995.


To further expand his horizons, he joined and trained with the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) as Artist/Teacher where he became part of critically acclaimed productions such as Operetang Tatlong Pera (adaptation of Three Penny Opera) starring Monique Wilson, Mario O'Hara and Lou Veloso, Summer Dreamin' (adaptation of A Mid-Summer Night's Dream) and the Laboratory Theater presentation of Buhay Lotto. In this field he earned his knowledge through the help of outstanding theater personalities such as Palanca Award Winner Rody Vera, Women's Award winner Dr. Glecy Atienza, Ma. Gloriosa Cabangon, Maribel Legarda, Soxie Topacio, Ernie Cloma, Raul Alfonso, Raffy Tejada, Nilo Yacat, and Noel Cabangon. He studied Modern Dance/Jazz Ballet at the Cultural Center of the Philippines . He also became Musical Director and Artistic Advisor of Dulaang Apolonio Samson and staged the riveting Ka Apolonio Samson, a musical about the Philippine Independence Movement of 1896, which was awarded a spot in the 1st National Theater Festival at Intramuros, Manila.

In July of 2003 in recognition of his respectable musical works and contributions, he was tapped as Juror of the 16th Awit Awards by the Philippine Association of the Recording Industry (PARI), for which he screened the category of Ballads, in which the entry Hanggang (Wency Cornejo) won the year's award for Best Ballad Song.
And from hereon, he has and still does arrangement/composition/training stints for various corporate clients (including Triple-V Group of Companies, Oracle, AMA Computer College, Ayala Land Inc., PLDT, Philippine Maritime Institute and the Ayala Museum) and churches (Catholic, Aglipayan and Lutheran).

In June of 2006 he was appointed as Conductor of the revitalized University of Caloocan City Chorale, which has since retrofitted itself away from the conventional notion of chorale and mixed voice singing, and towards the path of an all-around show choir, not only focused on singing, but now a total entertainment package rolled into one, with acts and dances similar to Broadway Musicals, to skits and spiels depicting real-life situations infused into song and presented as a complete storyline onstage.



Composition


The groups is composed of students from the University of Caloocan City. Being an honor's program, members are granted scholarship benefits and are required to maintain an above average grade point average, making the group composed not only of talented individuals, but also promising students in each of their chosen fields of study.


Awards


University of Caloocan City's Most Outstanding Organization for School Year 2007-2008
Paskong Pasko sa Metro Manila Chorale Competition 6th Place
Plaque of Appreciation from the DSWD for contributions to the Sing for Me project

The contents are from Wikipedia.







UCC Basic Info



University of Caloocan City

The University of Caloocan City (UCC) is located in Sangandaan, Caloocan City, the Philippines. UCC-Main is at Sangandaan Annexes, Tandang Sora, Camarin and Buena Park.

The University of Caloocan City was formed in 2004 out of Caloocan City Polytechnic College, which had been founded in 1971.

Its first programs are Bachelor's of Science degrees in Industrial Education (BSIE) and B.S. Business Technology (BSBT).

The school had first been located in a building at Caloocan High School. It transferred to its present location (at General San. Miguel St. Sangandaan, Caloocan City) when the first building burned.

CCPC or Caloocan City Polytechnic College started as a two-year course college in 1971 and offered four-year courses in 1975. Its first programs are Bachelor of Science degrees in Industrial Education (BSIE) and B.S. Business Technology (BSBT).

In January 23, 2004, Caloocan City Council unanimously approved the Ordinance 1020-2003 principally authored by then councilor Gonzalez Jr. authorized the city government to convert the existing Caloocan City Polytechnic College into a full-pledged university. The initially city hall-funded tertiary educational institution will henceforth be called as University of Caloocan City, the lone public university in Caloocan.

In April 20, 2006, the 32nd Commencement Exercise took place at Folk Arts Theater, Manila. BSIE is the first to call to come at the stage which is a tradition at the Commencement Exercises.

In 2004, the Caloocan City Polytechnic College (CCPC) became a full-fledged university, and offers a wide array of courses from different studies, namely:
Different Courses:
College of Education

Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED)
Bachelor of Secondary Education-Technology and Livelihood Education (BSE-TLE)
Bachelor of Science major in Science (BS-SCI)

College of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Tourism (BST)
Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPSYCH)
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (ABPOLSCI)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (ABMATH)
Bachelor of Arts in English (ABENGLISH)
Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BSCRIM)
Bachelor in Public Administration (BPA)

College of Business and Accountancy

Bachelor of Science in Business Major in:
Accountancy (BSA)
Management Accounting (BSBAMNAC)
Management (BSBA)
Marketing (BSBAMKTG)
Marketing Management (BSBAMKTGMGT)
Financial Management (BSBAFMGT)
Human Resource Department Management (BSBAHRDM)

College of Computer Studies
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCOMSCI)
Bachelor of Science in Office Adminitration (BSOAd)
Bachelor in Science in Information Management (BSIM)
2-years computer secretarial (Ladderized)

This entry is copied & pasted from wikipedia