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Writer BAC Date 2014-10-29 04:49

Title Public Bidding- Security Services FY 2015
Republic of the Philippines
AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Banga, Aklan

Invitation to Bid for the Procurement of Security
Services for FY 2015

1. The Aklan State University - Banga Campus through the General Appropriations Act of 2015 intends to apply the sum of One Million Nine Hundred Thirty Seven Thousand Pesos (Php 1,937,000.00) being the Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC) to payments under the contract for Procurement of Security Services for FY 2015. Bids received in excess of the ABC shall be automatically rejected at bid opening.

2. The Aklan State University - Banga Campus now invites bids for the Procurement of Security Services for FY 2015. Delivery of the Security Services is required from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. Bidders should have completed, within two years from the date of submission and receipt of bids, a contract similar to the Project. The description of an eligible bidder is contained in the Bidding Documents, particularly, in Section II- Instructions to Bidders.

3. Bidding will be conducted through open competitive bidding procedures using a nondiscretionary �pass/fail� criterion as specified in the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act (RA) 9184, otherwise known as the �Government Procurement Reform Act�.

Bidding is restricted to Filipino citizens/sole proprietorships, partnerships, or organizations with at least sixty percent (60%) interest or outstanding capital stock belonging to citizens of the Philippines, and to citizens or organizations of a country the laws or regulations of which grant similar rights or privileges to Filipino citizens, pursuant to RA 5183 and subject to Commonwealth Act 138.

4. Interested bidders may obtain further information from Aklan State University -Banga Campus and inspect the Bidding Documents at the address given below during Monday to Friday at 9:00A.M.-4:00P.M.

5. A complete set of Bidding Documents may be purchased by interested Bidders on October 30, 2014 from the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee for the Bidding Documents in the amount of One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos Only (Php 1,500.00).

It may also be downloaded free of charge from the website of the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGEPS), provided that Bidders shall pay the non-refundable fee for the Bidding Documents not later than the submission of their bids.

6. A pre-bid conference will be conducted on November 10, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. at the ASU Conference Room, Banga, Aklan, which shall be open to all interested parties who have purchased the Bidding Documents.

7. Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before November 24, 2014 at 9:30 AM at the BAC Office, ASU, Banga, Aklan. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security in any of the acceptable forms and in the amount stated in ITB Clause 18.

8. Bid opening shall be on November 24, 2014 at 10:00 AM at the ASU Conference Room, Banga, Aklan. Bids will be opened in the presence of the Biddersâ?™ representatives who choose to attend at the address below. Late bids shall not be accepted.

9. The Aklan State University - Banga Campus reserves the right to accept or reject any bid, to annul the bidding process, and to reject all bids at any time prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders.

10. For further information, please refer to:

Dr. Cecilia T. Reyes
Head, BAC Secretariat
Aklan State University
Banga, Aklan
Telefax: (036) 267-7240


Energy Firm Taps ASU's Expertise for Livelihood Program 

ASU Report, September 2014

by: Melpha M. Abello

PetroWind Energy Inc. (PWEI), the energy company that spearheads the development of a 50-megawatt wind power farm project in Nabas, Aklan, has chosen Aklan State University (ASU) as its main partner in providing livelihood assistance to the project's host community, Brgy. Pawa.

The partnership on sustainable livelihood enhancement program, which is part of PWEI's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, was formalized through a ceremonial signing of a memorandum of agreement (MOA) among PWEI, ASU, and the Nabas local government on August 29, 2014.

The MOA signing was attended by PWEI President Milagros V. Reyes, ASU President Danilo E. Abayon, Nabas Municipal Mayor James V. Solanoy, Pawa Brgy. Chairman Isagani P. Baliguat, officials from ASU, and members of Pawa Community Champions.

Brgy. Pawa is the project site for PWEI's PhP4-billion wind power farm project that will harness and generate clean and renewable energy for Aklan. Once operational, the project is also seen to maximize the eco-tourism potential of the province considering its proximity to Boracay Island.

To capacitate the residents for the upcoming developments in Brgy. Pawa, PWEI has requested ASU, through its Extension and Community Services (ECS) Unit led by Director Alexander I. Ramos, to provide the technical assistance needed by the community in the areas of food production, livelihood enhancement, and sustainable agriculture.

"The University will conduct trainings and values formation to assist Brgy. Pawa in agricultural production, and later, on food processing," said ASU President Danilo E. Abayon. To ensure the success of the program, monitoring and evaluation activities will also be implemented, according to Abayon.

"We are very thankful to PWEI for this project as it will give us livelihood and jobs," Pawa Barangay Captain Isagani P. Baliguat said. Agriculture is the main source of livelihood for Brgy. Pawa. Among the major crops planted are rice and coconut. Mat-weaving of baliw, an abundant fibercop in Nabas, also gives additional income to women in the community.

With the help of experts from ASU, Baliguat hopes that they will learn more about new farm technologies, particularly on livestock raising and crop processing, and eventually increase their income.

PWEI President Milagros V. Reyes, who thanked ASU for the technical assistance that it provides in the company's CSR program in Brgy. Pawa, has assured the community of its continuous support.

"The results of the initial activities such as site assessment, soil profiling, community planning, and training on soilid waste management and vermiculture, have indeed been helpful in providing insights and guidance in the planning for a sustainable livelihood enhancement program for the community of Brgy. Pawa," she said.


MOA signing to rehabilitate denuded mangroves

ASU Report, September 2014

by: Sally R. Villasis

ASU enters into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Regional Office 6 (BFAR-6) on August 19, 2014 at ASU School of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, New Washington, Aklan.

Said MOA aims to rehabilitate the denuded mangrove areas in municipality of Batan, Aklan and engage fisherfolks and communities to sustainable stewardship of coastal resources.

BFAR-6 allocated funds amounting to P1,040,500.00 to ASU for the implementation of Philippine National Aquasilviculture Program particularly on Mangrove Resource/Habitat Rehabilitation.

The one-year project, in partnership with the Local Government Unit of Batan, Katipunan ng mga Barangay ng Batan and Peoples Organization, covers 13.3 hectares of wetland to be planted with 125,000 mangrove seedlings.

Extension managers convene for the First National Training on Extension Services at ASU

ASU Report, August 2014

by: Sally R. Villasis

Over 150 extension managers and implementers from 75 State Universities and Colleges all over the country gathered for the First National Training on Extension Services hosted by the Aklan State University on August 13-15, 2014.

The training program, with the theme "Strengthening the Role of SUC Extension Services in Achieving Inclusive Growth" aims at further strengthening the capacities of extension managers and implementers from the state universities and colleges.

SUC Extension Managers Network, Inc. President Efren B. Saz expressed that SUCs are important partners of the government in engendering countryside development.

"Inclusive growth as a function of the University is not just limited to providing formal education but through our extension activities, we go farther and teach farmers, provide technical advisory services and training activities," added Saz.

"SUCs are important sources of research and technological knowledge. We generate new knowledge, we extend and capacitate local governments so that they can provide effective governance," challenged Saz.

Dr. Gloria Jumamil-Mercado, senior vice president and dean of GSPDM of DAP noted in her message that "as change agents, we are challenged to work towards ensuring that learnings in the universities do not remain captured in the four walls of the classroom but instead is shared to the benefit of the community."

"In face of intense challenges both internal and external to SUCs, the Higher Education is expected to take a more proactive role in supporting extension work that translates to innovation, strategic policies, solutions to concrete problems which in the end we hope to contribute to local development, knowledge management, and production and social work," added Mercado.

In his message, Aklan Governor Florencio T. Miraflores, represented by Atty. Plaridel Mora?a highlighted the twin development thrusts of the Province of Aklan which are tourism and agriculture that remain to be the springboard of economic development.

The training program included a presentation on Establishing/Strengthening Partnerships for Effective SUC Extension. Dr. Vilma Patindol represented Dr. Asterio P. Saliot, ATI Director for the topic on "Opportunities for Collaboration Between SUCs for More Effective and ATI Extension Service Delivery and Inclusive Growth."

Another presentation is on Harmonizing SUC Extension with the Philippine Higher Education Agenda (PHER). Dr. Ruperto S. Sanggalang, CHED Commissioner presented the "Global Trends and Issues Affecting the SUCs' Extension Programs vis-a-vis the PHER Agenda."

Workshops on Developing proposals for SUC-ATI Partnership for Countryside Development and Articulating an SUC Extension Framework and Policies for Inclusion in the PHER Agenda (A Proposed CMO for Extension) were undertaken by the participants.

Some Best Practices in SUC Extension were shared, namely "Integrating the Three Academic Functions in Extension Projects" by Dr. Milagros C. Bales, associate professor, Visayas State University; "SUC-LGU Collaboration: Bicol U and Albay Province in DRRM" by Dr. Leilani D. Pavilando, extension director, Bicol University; and "Regional SUC Partnership in Extension: Extension Managers Council (EMC) PASUC VI: The Case of Region 6" by Prof. Nenita G. Morada, extension director, Guimaras State College and President of EMC Region VI.

The 3-day training was organized by the SUC Extension Managers Network, Inc. (SEMAN) in partnership with the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) and Commission on Higher Education (CHED).


ASU takes pride in its Architecture board passers

ASU Report, August 1, 2014

The ASU family congratulates its June 2014 PRC Architect Licensure Examination Board Passers.

Rank 1 in Region 6 among schools offering BS Architecture.

1. Ar. Steve T. Abello
2. Ar. Jairus L. Bandiola
3. Ar. Mariel Cielo M. Coching
4. Ar. Lyra T. Rada
5. Ar. Ralph T. Ruiz
6. Ar. Gelord S. Tolentino

Overall performance: 85.71%
National Passing: 75.00%


ASU Congratulates its 2014 Licensure Examination for Agriculture Passers
ASU Report, August 1, 2014

1. Grace D. Asca?o
2. Ma. Luisa R. Cangayda
3. Menvelus T. De Joseph
4. Jeflor L. Dela Cruz
5. Gladys Ann O. Esguerra
6. Kathlen T. Ingalla
7. Cristy Ann l. Mangilog
8. Rishel B. Miguel
9. Fritz Dominique Y. Molo
10. Tarcesio J. Nervar Jr.
11. Cristy O. Pablo
12. Carl R. Payba
13. Enrique S. Pioquid
14. Emelane Danica V. Rebadio
15. Joyce F. Requiola
16. Deserie I. Rotulo
17. Marialyn O. Ruzgal
18. Christine Mae B. Tubera
19. Regielina L. Villar
20. Lindelle R. Villorente

We are proud of you!

ASU joins "One Nation in Prayer"
ASU Report, January 2014

by: Sally R. Villasis

To remember the thousands of victims in particular of the recent calamities brought about by super typhoon Yolanda, among others, the Aklan State University joined the rest of the nation on national interfaith prayer dubbed "One Nation in Prayer" on January 20, 2014.

The event was held to acknowledge the power of God and the Filipino's unbreakable spirit and resilience in all circumstances. It was conducted to give gratitude to God for those who survived and who have managed to press on despite their loss.

University officials, faculty, staff and students assembled at 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon in front of the ASU Administra

 

Republic of the Philippines

AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Banga, Aklan

Bulletin of Vacant Positions

 

Banga Campus

 

Position Title             : Medical Officer III

Item No.                   : ASUB-MDOF3-1-2010

Salary Grade               : 21

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Doctor of Medicine        

           Experience      : 1 year of relevant experience

           Training        : 4 hours of relevant training

           Eligibility     : RA 1080

 

 

Position Title             : Administrative Officer V (HRMO III)

Item No.                   : ASUB-ADOF5-13-2004

Salary Grade               : 18

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job          

           Experience      : 2 years of relevant experience

           Training        : 8 hours of relevant training

           Eligibility     : Career Service (Professional); Second Level Eligibility

Position Title             : Administrative Aide VI

Item No.                   : ASUB-ADA6-17-2004

Salary Grade               : 6

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Completion of two years studies in college        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : Career Service (Sub-Professional); First Level Eligibility

                                   

Position Title             : Administrative Aide IV

Item No.                   : ASUB-ADA4-10-2011

Salary Grade               : 4

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Completion of two years studies in college        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : Career Service (Sub-Professional); First Level Eligibility

 

Position Title             : Security Guard III

Item No.                   : ASUB-SECG3-1-2002

Salary Grade               : 8

Qualification Standards   

Education       : High School Graduate        

           Experience      : 1 year of relevant experience

           Training        : 4 hours of relevant training

           Eligibility     : Security Guard License (MC 11,s. 96-Cat II)

 

Position Title             : Security Guard II

Item No.                   : ASUB-SECG2-1-2002

Salary Grade               : 5

Qualification Standards   

Education       : High School Graduate        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : Security Guard License (MC 11,s. 96-Cat II)

 

Position Title             : Security Guard II

Item No.                   : ASUB-SECG2-4-2002

Salary Grade               : 5

Qualification Standards   

Education       : High School Graduate        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : Security Guard License (MC 11,s. 96-Cat II)

 

 

 

 

Plantilla Positions (Casual)

1    Budgeting Assistant

5 Administrative Aide III (Clerk I)

1    Driver

New Washington Campus

 

Position Title             : Farm Worker II

Item No.                   : ASUB-FAWK2-1-2003

Salary Grade               : 4

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Elementary Graduate        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : None required (MC 11,s. 96-Cat III)

 

Position Title             : Farm Worker II

Item No.                   : ASUB-FAWK2-2-2003

Salary Grade               : 4

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Elementary Graduate        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : None required (MC 11,s. 96-Cat III)

Position Title             : Cook I

Item No.                   : ASUB-COK1-1-2002

Salary Grade               : 3

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Elementary School Graduate

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : None required (MC II, s. 96-Cat. II)

 

Plantilla Positions (Casual)

  • 4 Administrative Aide III (Clerk I)

 

Kalibo Campus

 

Position Title             : Guidance Counselor II

Item No.                   : ASUB-GUIDC2-2-2002

Salary Grade               : 12

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : RA 1080 (Guidance Counselor)

                                                                 PRC License

 

Position Title             : Guidance Counselor I

Item No.                   : ASUB-GUIDC1-1-2002

Salary Grade               : 11

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : RA 1080 (Guidance Counselor) PRC License

                                                                

Position Title             : Administrative Officer I

Item No.                   : ASUB-ADOF1-20-2004

Salary Grade               : 10

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : Career Service (Professional); Second Level Eligibility

Position Title             : Administrative Aide IV

Item No.                   : ASUB-ADA4-29-2004

Salary Grade               : 4

Qualification Standards   

Education       : Completion of two years studies in college        

           Experience      : None required

           Training        : None required

           Eligibility     : Career Service (Sub-Professional); First Level Eligibility

 

 

 

 

Plantilla Positions (Casual)

 

  • 2 Administrative Aide III (Clerk I)

 

 

Ibajay Campus

 

 

Plantilla Positions (Casual)

  • 1 Administrative Aide III (Clerk I)

                                         MA. MERLINE I. MARCELINO

                                          Chief Administrative Officer

 

Admissions

The Office of Admission and Registrarship implement the admission policies of the Academic Units of the University.

Telephone
Banga (036) 267-6777
Kalibo (036) 268-8992
Ibajay (036) 289-2183
Makato (036) 276-6304
New Washington (036) 264-4285

Cashier's Office

The Office of Finance Services supervises the finance services of the University and assists in the implementation of policies and evaluation of policies and procedures in the finance operation.

Telephone
Banga (036) 267-6783
Kalibo (036) 268-8991
Ibajay (036) 289-2645
Makato (036) 276-6304

New Washington (036) 264-4285

Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs assists in the formulation and implementation of policies relating to student welfare.

Telephone
Banga (036) 267-5040
Kalibo (036) 268-9432
Ibajay (036) 289-2613
Makato (036) 276-6304
New Washington (036) 264-3972

Registrar's Office

Registrar's Office conducts registration for courses, prepares transcripts, maintains student records, and processes certifications of attendance.

Telephone
Banga (036) 267-6567
Kalibo (036) 268-5321
Ibajay (036) 289-2661
Makato (036) 276-6304
New Washington (036) 264-4285

ICT

The ICT Center believes that Information and Communication Technology as a catalyst of educational transformation.

Telephone
Banga (036) 267-6846
Kalibo (036) 268-9312
Ibajay (036) 276-6304
Makato (036) 264-3964
New Washington (036) 264-3980

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Vision

An Academic Pillar of Excellence (APEx) for Sustainable Development

Mission

Aklan State University is committed to offer degree and non-degree curricula in agriculture, forestry veterinary medicine, fishery, arts and sciences, engineering and technology, education and management sciences to produce globally competent professionals, leaders and entrepreneurs through technological breakthroughs in research, efficacy of extension, and efficiency in production.