NEWS & EVENTS

NVSU Bayombong lauds 1074 graduates

Date Published: June 20, 2017

Author: Emmanuel Jose

The Nueva Vizcaya State University Bayombong Campus held its 13th Commencement Exercises on June 15, 2017 at the University Gymnasium. The 1074 graduates comprised the 819 bachelor degree holders, 16 in the Master degree program, and three (3) finished their Doctor of Philosophy. Completing the roster of graduates were the 87 certificate holders, 82 diplomas, and 67 associates.Obtaining a general weighted average of 1.3154, Denielle Sue Galapon, with the degree Bachelor of Elementary Education, delivered her Valediction address as the class' magna cum laude. Meanwhile, Department of Science and Technology Regional Director 02 and NVSU Board of Regents member Sancho A. Mabborang served as the Honorary Guest Speaker.Mabborang shared his DEGREE tips to...

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GICA Prexy shares formula to success to the NVSU Bambang graduates

Date Published: June 20, 2017

Author: Emmanuel Jose

The first formula to success is to wake up early. Thus said Mr. Gilbert Cabonatalia, President of GICA Engineering Technological Center, the NVSU Bambang guest of honor and speaker for this year’s 13th Commencement Exercises. According to Cabonatalia, success can be achieved by unlocking the eight secrets to make dreams come true: 1. Wake up early. 2. Set your goals 3. Be determined 4. Be friendly 5. Be Humble 6. Be willing to learn 7. Help other people, and 8. Make fruitful things every day. This year, NVSU Bambang campus produced 668 graduates: seven (7) each for the Doctor of Philosophy and Master’s degree program, 600 bachelor degree holders, and 54 finished their associate courses. Meanwhile, Cindy Mahicon Cumahling, BS Biology majo...

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CRR4DCV kicks-off training for second citrus project

Date Published: April 28, 2017

Author: Emmanuel Jose

Following its first project on Value Chain Analysis of Citrus in Cagayan Valley, the NVSU Research, Extension, and Business for Development (REBD) through the Citrus Resources Research for Development in Cagayan Valley (CRR4DCV) Program Team kicked-off its second project on Citrus Plant Genetic Resources and Database Profiling system on April 19-21, 2017.  The three-day activity embarked on four topics and field collecting activity on Citrus Genebank and Database profiling where three experts from the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB), Laguna served as resource speakers. Prof. Nestor Altoveros discussed on citrus species and cultivars identification, and database management. On the other hand, Prof. Teresita Borromeo, dealt on the strategies ...

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NVSU LabSchool holds second junior high completion rites

Date Published: April 28, 2017

Author: Emmanuel Jose

The Nueva Vizcaya State University Laboratory School under the College of Teacher Education held the second moving up ceremony for its Grade 10 students on April 6, 2017 at the NVSU Gymnasium. Dr. Regino Galate, NVSU Lab School principal, presented the 54 candidates for Junior High School completion to University President Dr. Andres Taguiam, who confirmed the moving up completion of the Grade 10 students. Executive Secretary of the Mayor’s Office Bayombong Engr. Andres De Guzman served as the guest speaker during the event. Joyce Cubalit, who finished with high honors, led the 2017 completers. Along Cubalit who received the Academic Excellence awards were Janeen Joy Time, Simon Wendell La Corda, Cristian Angelo Dacmay, Bozz Vince Reyes, Alyzza Isabe...

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UETC, CSIT tie up for Web-Based Faculty Performance Evaluation

Date Published: April 26, 2017

Author: Emmanuel Jose

Faithful in innovating methods for the student services in the University, the NVSU Educational Testing Center (UETC) and the Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) Department launched the Web-based Faculty Performance Evaluation on April 17, 2017.According to UETC Director Prof. Josefina Sana, the project was set to make the evaluation process more convenient and accessible to students as compared to the previous computer- and paper-based evaluation procedure.The Paper-based evaluation system usually runs for four months including the room-to-room evaluation. This method, however, was frowned because of its bulky storage, high production cost and inefficient retrieval. Thus, the idea of computerized system to web-based evaluation materialized having automated ...

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