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LAMUDI LAUNCHES UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Global real estate website’s scholarship program aims to help exemplary Filipino college students

MANILA, 28 September 2016: Online real estate platform Lamudi Philippines (www.lamudi.com.ph) is committed to helping to drive socioeconomic development in the countries where it operates. This desire to contribute to community development led to the launch of a new scholarship program for undergraduate college students in the Philippines.

Experience Life in an International Enterprise

Students who will soon be in the job market are usually in need of two things: money and experience. Lamudi is encouraging bright, driven, and enthusiastic college undergraduates to enter a competition for a brand-new scholarship. Applicants should be over 18 years old, in their third or fourth year of their college studies, and have a consistent GPA of 1.75 or higher.

In particular, Lamudi is looking for those majoring in Business and Management, Economics, Marketing, Media and Communications, Information Technology and Computer Science, and Engineering. However, those with other majors may also apply. Those who have the most potential will be awarded with PHP 20,000 and a paid internship in any department at Lamudi’s local office in the Philippines. One student will be chosen for each semester for the 2016–2017 academic year.

To complete the application, the first step is to fill in an online form. Students must also submit scanned copies of their school IDs and transcript of records, a letter of intent, and a letter of recommendation from a relevant professor. Applicants must send application no later than December 2, 2016, and the results will be announced from December 12.

Demonstrating Enthusiasm and Strength of Character

In order to be successful, entrants must write a letter of intent (500 words in length). In the letter, applicants should showcase their talents and their potential. They should express what an internship at Lamudi would mean to them and explain how they would put the scholarship funds to good use.

Working in a tech company like Lamudi demands strength of character. Tenacity, positivity, and a determination to succeed are key. As an online property platform, Lamudi brings innovation and transparency to the real estate industry. Entrants who can show that they are capable of driving innovation in a team will be the most successful of all. If applicants can demonstrate ways in which they have overcome obstacles, this is sure to impress.

A Mutually Beneficial Initiative

Lamudi is keen to attracting new talent, and so this program is mutually beneficial; Lamudi stands the chance of gaining a talented recent graduate, and a student has the opportunity to impress a potential future employer. Who knows – this could be the start of a prosperous career!

For more information on this program, visit http://www.lamudi.com.ph/scholarship.

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ABOUT LAMUDI

Lamudi is a leading global property portal focusing exclusively on emerging markets. It offers sellers, buyers, landlords and renters a secure and easy-to-use platform to find or list properties online. Lamudi was established in 2013 in Berlin, Germany and it is currently available in Latin America (Mexico, Colombia and Peru), Asia (Philippines, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka) and Middle East (Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates). Within fewer than three years, Lamudi has established its presence as a key online real estate marketplace in the countries where it is operating. For more information, visit Lamudi Philippines on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

ABOUT MYPROPERTY

Established in September 2010, MyProperty.ph is one of the leading Philippine real estate online and print brand that brings property buyers and sellers together. The website’s main offerings are listings of pre-selling properties and properties for sale and for rent. Both website and magazine also provide relevant and updated industry news and information for its clients and consumers. And with the release of its mobile version, finding or selling a home is made even easier. For more information, visit MyProperty on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram.

LET

ASU-Banga List of PRC Liscencure Examination for Teachers (LET) Result September 2016

List of passers for September 2016 Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) both for elementary and secondary levels released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

Secondary Level

English     
1.    Alonzo, Jessa May R.
2.    Arboleda, Shereline M.
3.    Billones, Elbert I.
4.    Delos Santos, Joana Rose D.
5.    Herradura, Jenifer D.
6.    Inog, Eljhean A.
7.    Intela, Aires L.
8.    Paroginog, Beverly N.
9.    Peren, Hyacinth Jana S.
10.    Rabanes, Juliet M.
11.    Rebustes, Annalie B.
12.    Regino, Angelita
13.    Rentillo, Mariela F.
14.    Resico, Niña Rose R.
15.    Reyes, Vanessa Kim D.
16.    Rimano, Jayson N.
17.    Rodiano, Stephanie I.
18.    Tactay, Jessa G.
19.    Tagala, Joanne A.
20.    Templonuevo, Nikki M.
21.    Vedasto, Chariz P.
22.    Villaruel, Atheena Johann I.
23.    Zausa, Mary Jane I.
24.    Geril Agustino
25.    John Romel De Juan
26.    Jean Christelle Nadate
27.    Judelyn Ramintas
28.    Bea Marie Relato    

Mathematics    
1.    Cebuano, Janlie I.
2.    Cuaterno, Aira Joyce N.
3.    Damian, Rem Rem F.
4.    Ingalla, Kate Wenzyl I.
5.    Lachica, Angelica B.
6.    Lachica, Christine U.
7.    Limbaña, Quennie O.
8.    Magsipoc, Babelyn A.
9.    Molas Liza Jean M.
10.    Nabayra, Jahfet N.
11.    Navarra, Levy Kristian G.
12.    Navarra, Nikki Pearl R.
13.    Nival, Jenifer N.
14.    Parohinog, Matt T.
15.    Roma Jr., Lucio C.
16.    Rondario, Erica
17.    Teodosio, Danica R.
18.    Urbano, Darie Lee T.
19.    Zapico, Ronnel F.
20.    Zaradulla, Charleen C.

Social Studies   
1.    Artucilla, Mark Joseph D.

2.    Asiong, Janette N.
3.    Barrera, Ves Mark A.
4.    Candelario, Lezette P.
5.    Dela Cruz, Eunice T.
6.    Galvez, Winie Joy B.
7.    Gumban, Cherrylyn B.
8.    Idorot, Ma. Mia R.
9.    Ilio, Ivy Joy V.
10.    Mabalon, Rizanie A.
11.    Medialdia, Mabel I.
12.    Nerviol, Rey John D.
13.    Orbista, Arianne Jade A.
14.    Reloj, Jemelyn R.
15.    Repoldo, Reychel D.
16.    Ronase, Diolyn P.
17.    Villarias, PJ T.
18.    Villorente, Jan Clarizza B.
19.    Ycay, Sheila May U.

Physical Science
1.    Enero, Christine Joy I.
2.    Francisco, Jerome G.
3.    Nadura, John Lester C.
4.    Nagamos, Jelli-Ann R.
5.    Nagtalon, Hans Bern R.
6.    Nama, Renalyn N.
7.    Natabio, Ferl Ann
8.    Panagsagan, Angelie A.
9.    Placio, Joshuarine P.
10.    Remilla, Jobert R.
11.    Rosales, April Grace O.
12.    Santiago, Winnie Mae Y.
13.    Sorio, Ivy T.
14.    Villanueva, Mark Anthony I.

Biological Science
1.    Gallardez, Lalaine D.

Elementary Level
1.    Ambito Bethwel S.
2.    Beltran, Jenny N.
3.    Bernal, Dyan P.
4.    Cabular, Lovelyn B.
5.    De Luna, Wenjelyn V.
6.    Esquiera, Carissa T.
7.    Firman Mae D.
8.    Icabandi, Vanessa D.
9.    Ilin, Rhoda Ivy U.
10.    Intano, Herlyn R.
11.    Iquiña, Alyssa Brylle I.
12.    Lopez, Roby Ann F.
13.    Nabartey, Lady Lee R.
14.    Nabiong, Kimberly Joy M.
15.    Naingge, Joerenna D.
16.    Nillasca, Mary Christine Joy B.
17.    Oquendo, Grichelle N.
18.    Rabanes, Jessa Mae C.
19.    Retis, Romelyn I.
20.    Reyes, Ma. Dina V.
21.    Ruance, Regine D.
22.    Sualog, Julie Ann Marie R.
23.    Suyod, Jarielle R.
24.    Tamboon, Mary Ann V.
25.    Tesoro, Ranzel Grace T.    
26.    Atuel, Mark Anthony G.
27.    Dela Cruz, Danny G.
28.    Gervacio, Mary Joy M.
29.    Igat, Therese Anne I.
30.    Mata, Roland U.
31.    Nadado, Andrew Nikko L.
32.    Nepomuceno, Kimby M.
33.    Nival, Erica R.
34.    Rastica, Bernadeth Jane B.
35.    Remaneses, Lady Peace R.
36.    Sapico, Paul Dominic D.
37.    Teodosio, Rhea M.
38.    Velasco, Lyra S.
39.    Zapues, Rea Lyn Z.
40.    Zonio, Ernelyn I.
41.    Zorca, Donna Mae Z.

SRVillasis, ASU-M&E

Twenty-eight graduates of the ASU-College of Agriculture, Forestry and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) passed the October 2016 Licensure Examination for Agriculturists given by the Professional Regulation Commission on October 19, 20 & 21, 2016.

ASU’s passing rate is 39.66 percent while the national passing rate is 30.89 percent.

The new professional agriculturists are as follows:

1.Baldevieso, Melanie Q.

2.Barientos, Joche T.

3.Cahilig, Issa Angela P.

4.Custodio, Mark Delmar B.

5.Dantes, Russ Lawrence R.

6.De Joseph, Arlet T.

7.Delfin, Prima Hilda F.

8.Flaviano, Melvin G.

9.Frias, Clark C.

10.Gio, Gracille U.

11.Ibea, Angelica P.

12.Icotanim, Kim Jay Q.

13.Ilarina, Asher V.

14.Maravilla, J’ Boy P.

15.Naral, Sahara Mae P.

16.Ortega, Merian A.

17.Palomar, Rey P.

18.Pario, Gary P.

19.Resonable, Jhuryl N.

20.Retis, Hazel Z.

21.Reyes, Trixia Lynn F.

22.Romulo, Elmer T.

23.Tabasa, Glenn N.

24.Tamayo, Vincent Jerry G. II

25.Tirazona, Andrea A.

26.Trigo, Pinky M.

27.Valdez, Jezza Lyn D.

28.Vito, Leocario B. Jr.

SRVillasis, ASU-M&E14

Thirty two Corn/High Value Crops Development Program (HVCDP) Coordinators and ATI Staff are now competent agricultural crops producer after having undergone enhancement and assessment in Agricultural Crops Production (ACP) NC III on September 29-October 2, 2016. The assessment was conducted by the Aklan State University-Assessment Center (ASU-AC) under the sponsorship of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) RTC VI based at ASU Banga Campus. The candidates came from various LGUs and agencies in Region VI-Western Visayas as well as the technical staff of ATI.

Before the assessment proper, the participants underwent training/enhancements on the different competencies for ACP NC III which was facilitated by ASU’s faculty-trainers. The         assessment was led by Prof. Ma. Rema B. Lauron, an accredited assessor by the Technical           Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

Prof. Lauron was assisted by Dr. Lelisa J. Teodosio, Dr. Michael T. Ibisate, Dr. Evelyn P. Vedsato and Prof. Eva R. Orlina, who are all Training Methodology (TM) 1 holders and would be full-pledged assessors. The assessment was observed by Ms. Anna Marie C. Famoso, a representative from TESDA-Aklan Provincial Office based at Kalibo, Aklan.

After having qualified the rigorous assessment, these 32 candidates are now competent agricultural crops producer specifically on the core units of competency such as: Preparing land for agricultural crop production; Implementing plant nutrition program; Controlling weeds; Implementing post-harvest program; Establishing agronomic crops; Undertaking agronomic crop maintenance activities; Saving, preparing and storing agricultural seeds; and Implementing vertebrate pest control.

The training/enhancement and competency certification is part of ATI’s continuing capability building of agricultural extension workers for corn/high value crops development program coordinators in the region as well as its ATI technical staff who are tasked to deliver quality service to its various clients and stakeholders in the field of agriculture.

To date, 108 individuals of various job capability had undergone assessment at ASU’s Assessment Center such as farmers, AEWs, LGUs, ATs, and MAOs/MAs, agriculturists, other technical staff of agriculture as well as enthusiasts in crop production and organic               agriculture. The Center is being managed by Dr. Lelisa J. Teoosio. MMTeodosio.

SRVillasis, ASU-M&E

Dr. Marilyn E. Romaquin, Professor of the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Environmental Sciences and National President of PhilFruits Association, Inc. (PFA) led the hosting of the 2016 International Symposium on Tropical Fruits: Towards Sustainable Fruit Production and Global Food Security at the Grand Regal Hotel, Davao City on August 29-September 3, 2016.

Dr. Romaquin joined some 31 international tropical fruit experts and 220 local fruit growers in the               attainment of the symposium’s objectives, namely:1) discuss how sustainable tropical fruit production can contribute towards global food security and mitigate the effects of   climate change, especially for developing countries; 2) present the most recent scientific findings on tropical fruits; 3) assess marketing opportunities for tropical fruits; and 4) deliberate on policies that can               enhance research, production, and marketing.

Topics discussed by prominent speakers throughout the five-day symposium include: 1) Health and         Nutrition; 2) Crop Diversification, Germplasm Collection, and Varietal Improvement; 3) Molecular Biology and Biotechnology; 4) Climate Change Mitigation; 5) Crop Protection and Pest and Disease Management; 6) Postharvest Technologies, Product Development, and Utilization; 7) Sustainable           Production and Management; and 8) Agribusiness, Economics, Marketing, and International Trade.

The 2016 International Symposium on Tropical Fruits was jointly organized by the International         Tropical Fruits Network, the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry and the PFA.

Romaquin’s significant contribution to the tropical fruit development industry is her internationally recognized research on the “Effect of Gibberellic Acid (GA 3) on Seedlessness of Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum, Linn.).  

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