Date Published: October 10, 2018
Author: Ruzsiel Ann C. Culiat
Now in its 15th year, the University in-house Review was successfully conducted on September 27-28, 2018 at the Mini Theater, NVSU, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.
As an annual activity, the In-House Review is conducted to serve as a venue wherein significant results and accomplishments of on-going researches and technologies generated from completed ones are presented and reviewed for proper recognition to avoid the costly and unnecessary duplications of researches are greatly avoided.
The in-house review proper is divided into five categories. The research category, development category, higher education, social science category, and research proposals.
For the Research category, the 1st place was given to "Propagating Tumok and Saba through Whole Corn Technique: A Viable Method for Nursery and Plantlet Production” by Elbert A. Sana, Ferlinda B. Tillama, and Allen D. Ollani, 2nd place was given to "Effects of Irradiated Carrageenan in the Production, Hematologic and Immunologic Parameters of Commercial Broilers” by Rafael Luis F. Morillo and Vernadyn A. Morillo, while the 3rd place was awarded to the "Professional Aptitude and Readiness of Tour Guides for Ecotourism in North-Eastern Luzon, Philippines” by Marcelino T. Razallan and Mark Allen T. Razallan.
In the Development category, "Green Energy Driven Water System for Increase Agricultural Productivity and Rural Incomes” by Adornado C. Vergara bagged the 1st place, while the "Anaerobic Digestion: Energy Generation and Utilization for Increased Swine Productivity” by Sony P. Aquino, June C. Quipo, Jayson Maleek, and Adornado C. Vergara landed in 2nd place, and the "Community Empowerment Through Science and Technology” by Maribel S. Bacena and Roel M. Suriaga ranked 3rd place.
From the Higher Education category, the "Classroom management Approaches and Teaching: Teacher’s Styles and Teaching Effectiveness among Teacher Education Faculty” by Bonimar A. Tominez, Fitzgerald L. Fabelico, Demetria A. Corpuz, Sanny J. Dangis, Gail G. Gumilet and Jonathan P. Pasion secured the 1st spot. Coming in the 2nd spot is the "Professional Constructs Correlated with Registry of Qualified Applicants (RQA) Assessment: A Mathematical Model” by Jennifer Raymond R. Tallungan, Sheila Amor S. Olonan, and Marvin Dallego, while the "Revisiting the NVSU Academic Library: A Basis for Improvement Plan” by Demetria A. Corpuz, Bonimar A. Tominez, Emmaruth F. Fernandez, and Jonathan Pasion clinched the 3rd spot.
Lastly, in the Social Science category, the "Documentation of Philippine Traditional Knowledge and Practices on Health and Development of Traditional Knowledge Digital Library on Health: The Iwak and Kalanguya-Ikalahan of Nueva Vizcaya” by Yolina T. Castaneto, Noel Cardona, Alvin Felix, and Lorna V. Dumale garnered first place. Landing in second place is "Mga Katutubong Pananaliksik: Mga Usapin, Hamon at Posibleng Daluyan ng Polisiya” by Mild R. Hombrebueno and Loreta Vivian R. Galima while the "Sociocultural and Paradigms in the Works of 21st Century Ilokano Writers of Southern Nueva Vizcaya” by Jenifer Raymond R. Tallungan, Girlie F. Salas, and Andres Z. Taguiam claimed third place.
The criteria for judging for the research and development categories include: creativity, originality and quality of work (30%), significance of findings (40%), manuscript/write-up (15%) and paper presentation (15%).
Higher Education and Social Science category are based on six criteria, namely: manuscript/write-up (15%), paper presentation (15%), aid in national/regional development (15%), production/adaption of technologies and development of education programs in leading edge fields (15%), aid in policy/plan formulation & implementation particularly in education (20%), and generation of new knowledge and advancement in the frontiers of the specific discipline (20%).
The in-house review’s objectives are to evaluate completed and on-going RD&E projects particularly with regards to the attainment of objectives and adherence to the approved program of activities; to review initial activities of new projects giving emphasis on the research methods/procedures to check/verify if the objectives were attained; to determine potential technologies generated for dissemination to target clientele and presentation to the forthcoming series of Regional RD&E Sector Reviews; and to identify significant results/information for policy formulation and development planning of the agency.
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