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  1. East Georgia State College is an associate degree-granting, liberal arts institution of the University System of Georgia providing its students access to both academically transferable pathways and collaborative programs in occupation-related fields. The College also offers targeted baccalaureate level degrees that support the University System's initiative to expand educational opportunities. The College prepares traditional and nontraditional students for success in the global 21st century through technologically advanced teaching and learning environment that fosters personal growth by utilizing an expanding range of resources and amenities, including an on-campus student residential option. The College also continuously engages the communities it serves through public service and cultural enrichment. At East Georgia State College, we strive to provide our students with a rewarding college experience filled with student activities and apartment-style on-campus housing that makes our campus feel like your new home. With numerous student organizations, intramurals, athletics, and on-campus events - EGSC provides you many opportunities to develop personal leadership. Our concerned professors and welcoming environment will provide you with the personalized attention and first-class education you need to succeed. Studying at East Georgia State College can take many different paths. Whether you select our main campus in Swainsboro, our extension locations in Statesboro or Augusta, or obtain a degree online you will be glad you have chosen to enroll at East Georgia State College. We offer small classes with faculty dedicated to teaching and preparing you for whatever challenges you wish to pursue beyond EGSC. Our flexible course offerings provide day, evening, weekend, and online options. Our mission in the Financial Aid Office is to assist you and your family in affording your college education cost. This is accomplished by awarding grants, loans, and student work programs. By providing you with a supportive and comfortable environment where counselors are willing to work with you in obtaining the necessary funds, you may need to attend EGSC. Sustained critical inquiry lies at the heart of an East Georgia State College education. Our goal is to enable students to develop themselves as productive members of society who can think clearly and critically, understand and respect differences, and express themselves persuasively. We seek to provide an academically challenging and lively community of students and teachers committed to intellectual growth through individual and collaborative endeavors. East Georgia State College graduates are prepared for responsible leadership lives, enhanced by continued learning, and enriched by lasting values. We encourage you to get involved in a student club or organization for the best college experience possible. Not only will you have fun and make life-long friends, but you will also learn leadership and teambuilding skills that will prepare you for your future career. There are various student clubs and organizations where you will connect with other students who share similar interests. Make the most of your time at East Georgia State College! Scholarships are made possible by generous donors. They are awarded via a competitive process to EGSC students who have applied, meet specific criteria, and be selected by a scholarship application review committee. Scholarships are typically awarded for educational expenses for one academic year or term (fall and spring or spring only) unless otherwise noted. It is the mission of Career Services to provide services and opportunities to all of East Georgia State College students and alumni that foster career explorations and development. Partnerships with employers, faculty, staff, learning institutions, and the community will help create and maintain a learning environment that maximizes the opportunity for students and alumni to succeed. A student who is still completing a high school or secondary school education, or has completed high school or secondary school and has not taken a college or university course, or those who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a baccalaureate degree, is considered a freshman for purposes of admission to East Georgia State College. Applicants transferring into EGSC with less than 30 hours of transferable college credit will need to meet freshmen requirements to be guaranteed admission. An applicant who graduated or would have graduated from high school five or more years ago is considered a nontraditional student. This includes both beginning freshmen and those with previous college or university attendance. The high school transcript requirement will be waived for applicants with 30 semester hours or more transferable college credit after a full evaluation of all previous college coursework is completed. Applicants who are currently enrolled in another accredited college or university and applies to East Georgia State College for one semester to take courses that will transfer back to their current institution.
  2. Our school host many community events and school activities which you can find more information under the P & C tab and volunteering tab. Your children are so proud and full of excitement when they see you volunteering and helping out at their school. View full school
  3. Our school host many community events and school activities which you can find more information under the P & C tab and volunteering tab. Your children are so proud and full of excitement when they see you volunteering and helping out at their school.
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  6. The State School of Higher Education in Chełm was established based on the Prime-Ministerial Decree of July 24th, 2001. In its first academic year, 210 students were enrolled in The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, offering two specializations: Teaching of Mathematics, and Mathematics with Computer Science. In October 2002, the number of students reached 600 people, and at present, the School comprises approximately 3000 students. Every year has witnessed a consecutive growth in student numbers and programs offered. As a result, in 2002, The Institute of Modern Languages was established with two departments: English and German Language Studies. In 2008, The Institute was expanded to Slavic Language Studies. In October 2003, The Institute of Technical Sciences was inaugurated, having initially The Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanics and the Mechanical Engineering, and in 2005, The Department of Electrical Engineering came into being. In 2011, the mentioned institute changed its name to The Institute of Technical Sciences and Aviation The School authorities have aimed to create in Chełm an academic institution for all, those who are linguistically gifted and humanities minded as well as for those with technical skills and scientific orientation. Hence, in October 2004, a newly created Institute of Humanities launched studies in two specializations: Polish Language Studies and History. Two years later, in 2006, The Institute of Agricultural Sciences came into being offering a specialization in Agriculture. Further, on July 31st, 2007, The State School of Higher Education was granted entitlements to conduct studies in Pedagogy. In 2010 range of studies was extended to International Relations. Additionally, the School has now expanded its offer to post-graduate studies. In 2014 the Institute of Medical Sciences was established with a faculty of Nursing. The PWSZ offer is also enriched with postgraduates studies. The educational process would not be possible without proper teaching facilities. In the academic year of 2001/2002, the School faculty began their work teaching in rooms rented from the Technical High School in Chełm, Rector’s Office was in Chełm Public Library. In the following year, The Institute of Modern Languages started its work in a rented part of the Relax Hotel. One year later, the Institute moved to a newly refurbished building in 8b Wojsławicka Street, which was handed over to the School by the town authorities. The general renovation has also been undertaken to the building at 54 Pocztowa Street, where the Rector’s Office now is. Also, following the renovation, the State School has been enriched with a modern gym and a library. In subsequent years, The State School of Higher Education in Chelm acquired from the Chełm commune and the Agricultural Property Agency facilities in Depułtycze Nowe, which at present houses the Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and in Depułtycze Królewskie, where the University training airfield is situated. In 2004, the School also became the owner of a building in 3 Nowy Świat Street, where The Institute of Humanities and The Institute of Agricultural Sciences started to operate. As early as 2002, The State School of Higher Education in Chełm procured state funds for the installation of a new computer room. The next step was the installation of a language laboratory and a further three computer rooms were then opened, one with 64 workstations. Technical laboratories were also newly equipped. Apart from the funds obtained from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the School also received grants from the EU. Construction and equipping of The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science were undertaken. Other investments, which the State School authorities put a great emphasis on are: the Center of Engineering Studies, the University training airfield, Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and the dormitory. View full university
  7. The State School of Higher Education in Chełm was established based on the Prime-Ministerial Decree of July 24th, 2001. In its first academic year, 210 students were enrolled in The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, offering two specializations: Teaching of Mathematics, and Mathematics with Computer Science. In October 2002, the number of students reached 600 people, and at present, the School comprises approximately 3000 students. Every year has witnessed a consecutive growth in student numbers and programs offered. As a result, in 2002, The Institute of Modern Languages was established with two departments: English and German Language Studies. In 2008, The Institute was expanded to Slavic Language Studies. In October 2003, The Institute of Technical Sciences was inaugurated, having initially The Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanics and the Mechanical Engineering, and in 2005, The Department of Electrical Engineering came into being. In 2011, the mentioned institute changed its name to The Institute of Technical Sciences and Aviation The School authorities have aimed to create in Chełm an academic institution for all, those who are linguistically gifted and humanities minded as well as for those with technical skills and scientific orientation. Hence, in October 2004, a newly created Institute of Humanities launched studies in two specializations: Polish Language Studies and History. Two years later, in 2006, The Institute of Agricultural Sciences came into being offering a specialization in Agriculture. Further, on July 31st, 2007, The State School of Higher Education was granted entitlements to conduct studies in Pedagogy. In 2010 range of studies was extended to International Relations. Additionally, the School has now expanded its offer to post-graduate studies. In 2014 the Institute of Medical Sciences was established with a faculty of Nursing. The PWSZ offer is also enriched with postgraduates studies. The educational process would not be possible without proper teaching facilities. In the academic year of 2001/2002, the School faculty began their work teaching in rooms rented from the Technical High School in Chełm, Rector’s Office was in Chełm Public Library. In the following year, The Institute of Modern Languages started its work in a rented part of the Relax Hotel. One year later, the Institute moved to a newly refurbished building in 8b Wojsławicka Street, which was handed over to the School by the town authorities. The general renovation has also been undertaken to the building at 54 Pocztowa Street, where the Rector’s Office now is. Also, following the renovation, the State School has been enriched with a modern gym and a library. In subsequent years, The State School of Higher Education in Chelm acquired from the Chełm commune and the Agricultural Property Agency facilities in Depułtycze Nowe, which at present houses the Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and in Depułtycze Królewskie, where the University training airfield is situated. In 2004, the School also became the owner of a building in 3 Nowy Świat Street, where The Institute of Humanities and The Institute of Agricultural Sciences started to operate. As early as 2002, The State School of Higher Education in Chełm procured state funds for the installation of a new computer room. The next step was the installation of a language laboratory and a further three computer rooms were then opened, one with 64 workstations. Technical laboratories were also newly equipped. Apart from the funds obtained from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the School also received grants from the EU. Construction and equipping of The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science were undertaken. Other investments, which the State School authorities put a great emphasis on are: the Center of Engineering Studies, the University training airfield, Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and the dormitory.
  8. We educate practitioners through twelve programs, excellent learning facilities, EU-funded projects, cooperation with a constantly growing circle of businesses and institutions, these are just a few of the key elements creating the educational identity of Lomza State University of Applied Sciences. WE EDUCATE PRACTITIONERS – this is the University's mission confirmed by the Senate's Resolution. LSUAS is the biggest school of higher education in town and the only one providing a full-time program free of charge. It offers twelve programs in full-time and part-time modes: Administration (first and second cycle), Management, Automation, and Robotics, Computer Science (first and second cycle), Dietetics, English Philology with Information Technology, Physiotherapy, Cosmetology, Nursing (first and second cycle), Physical Education, Food Technology and Human Nutrition, Social Work. In the prestigious 16th Perspektywy University Ranking, LSUAS' academic potential obtained the highest grade among state vocational schools of higher education in Poland. The significant impact on the quality of education is exerted by our laboratories and technological facilities, which are unique on the national level. Our students acquire practical skills using equipment of the highest industry standard. The Institute of Food Technology and Gastronomy offers classes with the use of professional equipment to determine Physico-chemical composition and to assess microbial quality of food products. The heart of the institute is the process hall with equipment for food and agricultural processing. Also, the labs of the Institute of Computer Science and Automation as well as foreign language labs and rooms are truly equipped for the 21st century. In 2013, the modern LSUAS building won the Internet poll conducted by Sztuka Architektury vortal for the best architectural implementation. LSUAS is the only state vocational school of higher education in Poland among 36 schools of this type which was granted the scientific category B as a whole by the Committee for Evaluation of Scientific Units. In terms of practice, it means obtaining ministerial funds for statutory research. LSUAS has been enjoying this privilege for 3 years, thanks to which it joined an elite of Polish universities. LSUAS has obtained the consent of the Minister of Labour and Social Policy for conducting training for the first-degree specialization for social workers. It entails closer cooperation between the University and social welfare institutions in the area, whose staff can improve their qualifications by studying at LSUAS. Having our students in mind, we redecorated the dormitory at 16 Wiejska street. The Rubikon Dormitory has seventy-seven modern twin rooms, a fitness room, a bar, and access to fast wireless Internet. The investment, which was finished at the end of September and the beginning of October 2015, cost over eleven million zlotys, over nine million of which was obtained from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The University and you will see that it is an incubator for talents. Our graduates easily find their place in the local, regional, and national labor market. They are practitioners in the Polish economy and living proof of the mission of our University - WE EDUCATE PRACTITIONERS. Łomża is a lovely town with over sixty thousand inhabitants, located in the North Mazovia region. Thanks to its environmental and landscape values, it is a part of the Green Lungs of Poland. The Łomża area is also covered by the EU Natura 2000 program, which means that it is of significant value for the environmental values of Europe. Łomża's location makes it an unforgettable place for its visitors. It overwhelms with a wealth of flora and fauna. The Landscape Park of the River Narew Valley encompasses as many as 16 kilometers of wild nature almost untouched by humans. Łomża is not only nature but also interesting history, with periods of glory intertwined with failures. Sightseeing lovers can visit the over five hundred years old Cathedral and one of the oldest cemeteries in Poland, as well as the Kurpie Open Air Museum, the second oldest museum of this type in Poland. The lovers of history and militaria will be attracted by the forts constructed by the Russians during their reign in Poland and gladly use the local sports shooting range. The Museum of Nature in Drozdowo and the Landscape Park of the River Narew Valley are a great attraction for those seeking a retreat from daily chores. The town is also proud of its art galleries, museums, and art studios. Plenty of entertaining and cultural events take place here. Nightlife lovers will be certainly satisfied with numerous bars, discos, and tiny restaurants with their special atmosphere. View full university
  9. We educate practitioners through twelve programs, excellent learning facilities, EU-funded projects, cooperation with a constantly growing circle of businesses and institutions, these are just a few of the key elements creating the educational identity of Lomza State University of Applied Sciences. WE EDUCATE PRACTITIONERS – this is the University's mission confirmed by the Senate's Resolution. LSUAS is the biggest school of higher education in town and the only one providing a full-time program free of charge. It offers twelve programs in full-time and part-time modes: Administration (first and second cycle), Management, Automation, and Robotics, Computer Science (first and second cycle), Dietetics, English Philology with Information Technology, Physiotherapy, Cosmetology, Nursing (first and second cycle), Physical Education, Food Technology and Human Nutrition, Social Work. In the prestigious 16th Perspektywy University Ranking, LSUAS' academic potential obtained the highest grade among state vocational schools of higher education in Poland. The significant impact on the quality of education is exerted by our laboratories and technological facilities, which are unique on the national level. Our students acquire practical skills using equipment of the highest industry standard. The Institute of Food Technology and Gastronomy offers classes with the use of professional equipment to determine Physico-chemical composition and to assess microbial quality of food products. The heart of the institute is the process hall with equipment for food and agricultural processing. Also, the labs of the Institute of Computer Science and Automation as well as foreign language labs and rooms are truly equipped for the 21st century. In 2013, the modern LSUAS building won the Internet poll conducted by Sztuka Architektury vortal for the best architectural implementation. LSUAS is the only state vocational school of higher education in Poland among 36 schools of this type which was granted the scientific category B as a whole by the Committee for Evaluation of Scientific Units. In terms of practice, it means obtaining ministerial funds for statutory research. LSUAS has been enjoying this privilege for 3 years, thanks to which it joined an elite of Polish universities. LSUAS has obtained the consent of the Minister of Labour and Social Policy for conducting training for the first-degree specialization for social workers. It entails closer cooperation between the University and social welfare institutions in the area, whose staff can improve their qualifications by studying at LSUAS. Having our students in mind, we redecorated the dormitory at 16 Wiejska street. The Rubikon Dormitory has seventy-seven modern twin rooms, a fitness room, a bar, and access to fast wireless Internet. The investment, which was finished at the end of September and the beginning of October 2015, cost over eleven million zlotys, over nine million of which was obtained from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The University and you will see that it is an incubator for talents. Our graduates easily find their place in the local, regional, and national labor market. They are practitioners in the Polish economy and living proof of the mission of our University - WE EDUCATE PRACTITIONERS. Łomża is a lovely town with over sixty thousand inhabitants, located in the North Mazovia region. Thanks to its environmental and landscape values, it is a part of the Green Lungs of Poland. The Łomża area is also covered by the EU Natura 2000 program, which means that it is of significant value for the environmental values of Europe. Łomża's location makes it an unforgettable place for its visitors. It overwhelms with a wealth of flora and fauna. The Landscape Park of the River Narew Valley encompasses as many as 16 kilometers of wild nature almost untouched by humans. Łomża is not only nature but also interesting history, with periods of glory intertwined with failures. Sightseeing lovers can visit the over five hundred years old Cathedral and one of the oldest cemeteries in Poland, as well as the Kurpie Open Air Museum, the second oldest museum of this type in Poland. The lovers of history and militaria will be attracted by the forts constructed by the Russians during their reign in Poland and gladly use the local sports shooting range. The Museum of Nature in Drozdowo and the Landscape Park of the River Narew Valley are a great attraction for those seeking a retreat from daily chores. The town is also proud of its art galleries, museums, and art studios. Plenty of entertaining and cultural events take place here. Nightlife lovers will be certainly satisfied with numerous bars, discos, and tiny restaurants with their special atmosphere.
  10. State Public School was established in the year 2000. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1630225 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2023. It lies in the Jalandhar district of Punjab and is currently being managed by the S D Singh Mem Trust, Punjab. It is presently under the principal -administration of RITU BHANOT. There are a total of 26 rooms, 05 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 26 05 01 02 15 09 8520 7700
  11. State Public School was established in the year 2000. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1630225 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2023. It lies in the Jalandhar district of Punjab and is currently being managed by the S D Singh Mem Trust, Punjab. It is presently under the principal -administration of RITU BHANOT. There are a total of 26 rooms, 05 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 26 05 01 02 15 09 8520 7700 View full school
  12. New State Academy was founded in the year 2013. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1730737, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan and is currently being managed by the Maa Jilani Shiksha Evem Vikash Samiti, Rajasthan. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS.NEETU YADAV, with a total of 14 staff members. There are a total of 29 rooms, 4 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Narnual and it is 25 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Narnual Distance in KM 25 Nearest Police Station Narnualbehror Distance in KM 2 Nearest Nationalised Bank SBI Distance in KM 2 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 2 80 I 1 36 II 1 35 III 1 35 IV 1 25 V 1 28 VI 1 25 VII 1 10 VIII 1 20 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 29 4 1 8 0 14 17400 13000 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 13 30 20 Maths Lab 0 0 0 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 30 20 Other Rooms 4 20 20 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 Composite Science Lab 1 30 20 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Computer Science Lab 1 30 20 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 3 0 PRTs 1 1 0 TGTs 7 7 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 17401.48252 (in Acres.) 4.3 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1247 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 13000 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 8 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 8 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 1500 Periodicals 5 Dailies 5 Reference Books 560 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  13. New State Academy was founded in the year 2013. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1730737, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan and is currently being managed by the Maa Jilani Shiksha Evem Vikash Samiti, Rajasthan. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS.NEETU YADAV, with a total of 14 staff members. There are a total of 29 rooms, 4 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Narnual and it is 25 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Narnual Distance in KM 25 Nearest Police Station Narnualbehror Distance in KM 2 Nearest Nationalised Bank SBI Distance in KM 2 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 2 80 I 1 36 II 1 35 III 1 35 IV 1 25 V 1 28 VI 1 25 VII 1 10 VIII 1 20 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 29 4 1 8 0 14 17400 13000 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 13 30 20 Maths Lab 0 0 0 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 30 20 Other Rooms 4 20 20 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 Composite Science Lab 1 30 20 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Computer Science Lab 1 30 20 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 3 0 PRTs 1 1 0 TGTs 7 7 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 17401.48252 (in Acres.) 4.3 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1247 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 13000 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 8 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 8 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 1500 Periodicals 5 Dailies 5 Reference Books 560 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  14. The State Tourism and Hotel Management School (SSSAT) trains managers and staff for the entire tourism industry, namely hotels, bars, restaurants, leisure-time management companies, travel, transport companies, etc. SSSAT is an institute of the Canton of Ticino, officially recognized by the Swiss Confederation, and is part of the commercial vocational School (ICEC) of Ticino's canton. Quality and service are the cornerstones of any business enterprise, particularly in the service sector and specifically in the tourist, hotel, and bar and restaurant industry. Here, the key to a successful relationship between the service provider and customers is an ongoing commitment to building and nurturing a hospitality culture. This must not be a one-time objective but an ongoing effort. People are the mainstay of any business, and cultivating their motivation, commitment, skills, and creativity are paramount. These are the critical ingredients for successful decision-making and innovative ideas at all levels, from company employees through middle management to top-level management. That is why we place people at the heart of all taught here at the State Tourism and Hotel Management School (SSAT). We aim to produce versatile middle managers and provide the sector with a stimulus for ongoing improvement. Finally, people (students, teachers, and business professionals) are also the driving force behind our School's commitments. Our School is a reference point and a venue for sectoral meetings to promote dialogue between economic stakeholders, the media, and the general public. The Hospitality Management section of SSAT trains middle managers to take on managerial roles in hotel establishments and collective households. Students receive comprehensive training taking into account current and future requirements of the Swiss and international hospitality sectors. The school theory classes—which comprise practical experience, case studies, and seminars—and work placements allow future managers to acquire professional skills on a practical and intellectual level. SSAT graduates are creative experts capable of motivating staff and managing a hotel. According to the official calendar, two semesters of classes (equivalent to one full school year) are divided into weeks of theory and practical experience weeks. Students take turns working in the separate kitchen in the School's training restaurant and provide support to gain hands-on experience in these critical segments of the bar and restaurant industry. Two semesters of practical experience: total duration of at least 40 weeks, holidays included. Two semesters of classes (graduation year), for a total duration of 36 weeks divided into theoretical classes and practical and analytical projects up to two extra-semesters of practical experience, only for students that do not have, at the time of graduation, at least two years of professional experience. After passing their first year's examinations, students are required to undertake a work placement at a company in the relevant sector under the supervision of qualified managerial staff capable of ensuring observance of the training program set for the trainee, as prescribed by the relevant Swiss federal ordinance. This requirement is laid down in special regulations issued by the School's Management and approved by the Supervisory Committee. Enrolment forms are to be duly signed and submitted along with copies of the requested certificates. All submissions must be sent by registered post and must be received by the end of May of the year in which the courses are due to begin. The Tourism Management section of SSAT trains tourism managers to take on managerial roles in companies in the tourism industry such as tour operators, travel agencies, airlines, tourist transport companies, holiday villages, tourist offices, etc. Students who complete the cycle of studies and pass the final examinations are awarded the title of "Diploma of Swiss tourism specialist HF/ES/SSS," a title recognized by the Swiss Confederation and EU member states under bilateral agreements Switzerland EU. The subjects in this department are divided into four groups: necessary skills (Italian, English, German, French, communication, information technology, statistics) business management (marketing, business management, accounting, law, human resources) tourism (tourism management, tourism geography, and ecology, tourism economics, tourism anthropology, reservation systems, cultural and territorial assets) case studies and projects SSAT is a training institute whose objective is to train young people to become middle managers in companies operating in the tourism industry. Since 1998, SSAT also offers continuous training for management operating in tourism and hospitality. SSAT's Continuing Education section provides such courses in in-service training, seminars, and workshops. In addition to providing training, the SSAT has been tasked by the Canton of Ticino with managing the School's restaurant and bar/refreshment area. Students, teachers, and State employees can choose from a diverse range of gastronomic offerings and use our self-service facilities. The restaurant and snack bar are open on school days.
  15. The State University of Novi Pazar was founded on October 26, 2006, by the Government of the Republic of Serbia's Resolution, as the first Integrated state university in the Republic of Serbia. Having in mind that the University, according to its founding act, is integrated, the first rector, Prof. dr Cemal Dolicanin, and the Temporary Council chose the department model for the university structure. Integrated structure and department model of University, as well as the responsibility of Management for development of the University, gave visible results. On November 26, 2007, University was accredited for performing the scientific-researching activity in the area of natural-mathematic, technical-technological, medical, social, and mathematical sciences. Besides, the State University of Novi Pazar was the first in the Republic of Serbia to fulfill accreditation conditions for performing the educational activity of all three levels of study and received, on May 9, 2008, the accreditation by the Commission for Accreditation and Quality Control. Today, the State University of Novi Pazar is a re-accredited higher education institution that enables acquiring diplomas of bachelor, master's, and doctoral studies. In the name of quality, as our thorough determination, University develops intensive cooperation with all state universities in the Republic of Serbia, as well as many foreign universities from other countries, such as France, Austria, Italy, England, Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, Slovakia. Thus, it acquires the possibility of cooperation on projects and the mobility of students and professors. Appreciating the fact that the development of contemporary society has changed students' needs in the area of educational content and educational methods as well, from the very beginning, we chose a higher inter-disciplinary approach in performing contemporary educational methods. Having in mind that the time of strict division in education and science, even division on scientific fields, is past, the State University of Novi Pazar's staff pay attention to social and other phenomena attractive to many academic profiles. In these study programs, students are given a whole complete curriculum of each course. Many professors of different specialties provide the most recent and exciting segments from their scientific area. In performing the educational process on these study programs, many eminent professors from different state universities in the Republic of Serbia and other European countries are involved, making our integrated university step into the European educational area. Approaching the development of the most current study programs and methods, which is the thorough determination of the State University of Novi Pazar, students are provided with flexible and open forms of learning, such as seminars, mentors' work, and panel discussions, workshops, circular sessions, and debates. One of the State University of Novi Pazar's fundamental tasks is creating a quality raising generation of our own that shows the talent for educational and scientific-researching work while on bachelor studies. Thus, by choosing the best students for associates and assistants, the State University of Novi Pazar provides certain quality personnel, which paves its way towards a society of the most prominent universities in the world. The mission of the University of Novi Pazar lies in the answer to why do we need a regional university center, which concerns itself with the development of its region, the raising of the system of values, and its sustainability over a more extended period. The internal mission of the University of Novi Pazar is: The creation of modern and dynamic study programs completely adapted to world standards and the requirements of society, The educating of professional experts of a new generation and the effort to make quality higher education available to all those who wish it, Continuous investment in further professional training, the advancement of knowledge and education of professors and teaching associates, The designing of a broad specter of possibilities for acquiring knowledge, the developing of skills and learning new positions through primary, diploma, and doctoral academic studies, The cultivating of the positive attitude of students toward learning and modern forms of acquiring knowledge through the department model of teaching, The awarding of the best students' work and efforts and most deserving professors for the advancement of scientific, professional, and ethical thought. The vision of the University of Novi Pazar concerns what kind of institution of higher education is envisaged for the future. The basic guidelines in the vision contain, in themselves, the following: The University in Novi Pazar envisions that it will become an eminent institution of higher education of regional, national and international importance, with clear goals for developing future professions and the continuous inclusion of its members in the solving of current issues of social life in the region and the state, The University of Novi Pazar aims to provide dynamic leadership, support, and efforts for all of its members, to modernize teaching and timely adjustment to all the demands of the modern market of knowledge. The University of Novi Pazar aims to become an important center of scientific thought in various fields by creating modern and high-quality study programs of further education at the master's and doctoral studies levels and inclusion in Serbian work and foreign experts. The University of Novi Pazar, as a specific education subsystem, is an autonomous and functional unit of the education system of Serbia. Within Serbia's overall system of higher education, the University of Novi Pazar is qualified for efficient and timely communication. For coordination of integrative processes of cooperation between institutions and society on the one hand, and professors and students on the other. The advancement and professionalization of scientific and teaching activities, the creation of scientific and professional teams, establishing a network of experts, and scientific research are the essential components of the systemic approach to higher education at the University of Novi Pazar.
  16. The TSU specialists have visited abroad, and foreign scientific researchers from Romania, Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, and other countries can come to Moldova in the framework of various collaboration agreements. The international cooperation is also reflected by the participation of the University researchers at various scientific forums. The Tiraspol State University representatives are members of some international bodies, especially acad. M. Ciobanu, a member of different Mathematical Societies of Russia, Romania, and the Southeastern European countries. A. Şubă is a member of the U.S. Society of Mathematics E. Gheorghiţă, and other collaborators are members of the European Society of Physics A. Lungu, and N. Volontir is members of the Romanian Society of Paleontology. The academician M. Ciobanu is a member of the editorial board responsible for Oradea and Pitesti's university bulletins. The Tiraspol State University collaborators have participated in several international projects, the donors of the international organizations that support universities (TEMPUS - 4 projects, UNESCO – 2 projects), which provide technical assistance to the Republic of Moldova (World Bank, UN, and TACIS). The research results were highly appreciated by the state bodies and the scientific community. From 2001 to 2010 were obtained the following awards: National Award in Science and Technology of the Republic of Moldova (M. Shepherd, L. Calmuţchi, L. Chiriac) Award for Youth in science, art, literature and the arts (2003 D. Afanas, 2008 A.Braicov), Diplomas of honorable mention (International exhibition "MOLDECO - 2004", In the framework of TSU activity, scientific research and studies are carried out based on state programs, international and local projects, and grants selected on a competitive basis. In the framework of projects included in the state team, during the scientific research implementation, participate about 60 people annually. Over the last years, research studies were carried out in the framework of 5 institutional projects, 1 State Program project, one bilateral Moldovan-Russian project, and 14 foreign grants, through which the University has obtained donations, besides, were paid the internships and delegations of researchers to carry out the scientific research studies, the exchange of experiences, and participation in scientific forums. The most important scientific results from the State University of Tiraspol, which have innovative, competitive, and perspective character, and are highly appreciated at the national and international scales, were registered in the following directions (according to the profiles). Tiraspol State University has established national relationships. Researchers cooperate with scientific institutions according to their profiles, particularly with those from the Academy of Sciences, to implement scientific research studies, exchange experience on the methods of investigation, and edit familiar scientific works. Also, the State University of Tiraspol cooperates with the higher education institutions in conducting scientific research studies in developing and publishing scientific reports and teaching materials, in realizing a licensing thesis by undergraduate students, in doctorate conducting, and in consulting other institutions. After graduating from the University, our professionals in various fields are accepted and promoted in institutions we work with. The State University of Tiraspol entered into the education system of Moldova as the first higher education institution. Along with the teaching staff training activity, an extensive investigatory activity takes place at the University. Research and innovation studies play the leading role since the foundation of the institution. The oldest higher education institution has the oldest guard of researchers who subsequently formed the research teams' basis from various institutions of higher education and scientific organizations in the country. The highly qualified scientists have also worked in the interwar period: Cozac M.I. Lingua N.G., Şcerbac I.D., Porodico F. M., M. F. Iaroşenco (Academician) Volcov I.F., Agasieva N.A., and others. In the University, the research studies are carried out following the priority directions of research and development: evaluation of the human, natural, and information resources for sustainable development and nanotechnologies, industrial engineering, new products, and materials. Investigations consider fundamental research in real science (mathematics, physics, and informatics) and natural sciences (biology, geography, chemistry). The socio-pedagogical and psychological concepts and strategies of education development in Moldova, which constitute another important research direction in the TSU, are entirely consistent with the European Educational System's contemporary trends of integration. In 2007, the TSU was undergone to the state accreditation procedure under the Code on Science and Innovation of the Republic of Moldova for the following profiles: Modernization of the education process in the context of European integration Monitoring, modeling, and exploitation of biological and geo-ecological systems Current problems of mathematical and physicochemical sciences.
  17. On the 9th of October, 2013, the State Agrarian University of Moldova celebrated its 80 years of higher agricultural education. It is the unique university in our country that, during this period, has passed through two radical changes in conceptions and mentalities connected with two transitions from a socio-economic and political system to another. During these 80 years since its foundation, SAUM has made an incredibly valuable contribution to society's economic, social, political, and cultural treasure. SAUM trained more than 50,000 specialists within its faculties, including about 1,000 from 67 countries distinguished by remarkable results in production and research both in our country and abroad. Among the SAUM graduates, we can mention several personalities such as presidents of the country, prime ministers, Parliament members, ambassadors, ministers, members of the Academy of Sciences, writers, etc. Along with training specialists, SAUM also remarked itself by a core of great scientific importance, achieving national and international notoriety. The results of accomplished scientific research - new plant varieties and hybrids, crossbreeds of animals and poultry, advanced technologies, machinery and equipment, pharmaceutical products, etc. were valorized in many monographs, books, patents, scientific articles and, usually, implemented in production. During its existence, SAUM was also a spiritual center of agriculture. The academic staff developed a broad experience in propagating scientific research and new technologies among farmers. At present, SAUM is well known both in our country and abroad due to its prestigious academic staff, achieved scientific results, and professional training of competent and competitive specialists. At present, SAUM has over 6,000 undergraduate students, master's degree students, and doctoral degree students trained respectively at 23 specialties, 30 specializations, and 27 scientific specialties; possesses a rich intellectual potential and a significant infrastructure aimed at supporting and ensuring the work of teachers, scientific researchers and social protection. SAUM is the first university in the Republic of Moldova that became a member of the European University Association, the associate member of AUF (Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie) and maintains relations of cooperation with universities and research institutes around the world based on more than 50 agreements being open to international cooperation. In the next years, we firmly believe that the State Agrarian University of Moldova will continue to distinguish itself by critical scientific achievements and their implementation in production and by high levels of education, thus contributing to the modernization of agriculture and development rural areas in the Republic of Moldova.
  18. The Moldova State University was founded on October 1, 1946, as the State University of Chisinau. Its creation was a milestone for the development, strengthening, and consolidation of the country's higher education. The MSU is a classic type of institution, and its noble mission is to offer qualitative education and training of highly skilled specialists. Five faculties were opened initially at the State University of Chisinau (Physics and Mathematics, Geology and Soil Science, Biology, Chemistry, History and Philology). During the first year, 320 people were enrolled in 12 departments. The educational process was guided by the academic staff of 35. In 1958, the department of part-time and correspondence education was opened at the State University of Chisinau and, this form is of education is still used at some faculties. To facilitate young professionals' training, the evening section had been providing training for many years (1958-1981). During 1946-1988, the institution, as a part of the Soviet system of education, was under Moscow's management. Beginning from 1969, the State University of Chisinau is a member of the International Association of Universities. The mission of the Moldova State University is the training of highly qualified professionals for the national economy, able to work effectively in changing conditions of life and market economy organization and development of basic and applied scientific research aimed at solving current socio-economic problems and implementing of the technology transfer of the university research results. Moldova State University offers the following objectives: Academic training in various fields, development of necessary skills for socio-professional integration. Promotion of human and national axiological values/principles educating ethic and civil profile of studious youth. Promotion of human and national axiological values/principles educating ethic and civil profile of studious youth. Quality assurance in higher education and provided educational services... Participation in elaboration of educational strategies and policies and their implementation in higher education. Integration into European higher education and research. The MSU has prepared the most significant part of the intellectual elite of the Republic of Moldova. At present, Moldova State University is one of the most critical higher education institutions in the country. It has around 17 000 students who study at over 100 specialties and specializations at 14 faculties. The educational process is guided by academic staff of 1134, including eight academicians and corresponding members, 90 professors/doctors habilitates, 364 associate professors /doctors of science. Currently, MSU has highly qualified technical staff and a well-equipped material base, which provides a friendly atmosphere and qualitative studies. At present, MSU has a well-equipped technical and material base, which supplies all areas of university activity, including 11 buildings for studies, 16 dormitories, six research centers with 26 laboratories, MSU Library, Centre for Information Technology, Publishing Centre, 12 culture and language centers, Cultural Center, Sports Center, four gyms, three student cafeterias, six practice training stations, and three-holiday camps. Moldova State University is known worldwide in the area of higher education. It is integrated into a strengthened international cooperation network, having concluded about 110 bilateral cooperation agreements with higher education institutions from 28 countries. At present, the Moldova State University is a member of the International Association of Universities (IAU), Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF), and the Eurasian Association of Universities (AAU). In the last decade, Moldova State University experienced real difficulties overcoming them with patience, intelligence, and wisdom. We will make our institution regain a standard development path towards a competitive and well-known university. We want to establish an organizational culture that would encourage, appreciate, and support high aspirations, authentic performance, attitude and initiative, involvement, and participatory management. To achieve the core objectives, we need to follow some basic principles: University life is determined not by the laws written on paper as by the leading spirit and applied mechanisms. Scientific research is an inexhaustible source of knowledge, whereas performance and research mastering has become an inexhaustible funding source. A good manager makes people have confidence in him. An excellent manager makes people have confidence in themselves.
  19. The Ion Creanga State Pedagogical University of Chisinau remains one of the most prestigious educational institutions, an essential piece of our nation's history because it remained faithful to the same principles. We can not secure a future except by educating the younger generations, who must remember that nothing is more complete and perfect than history, and our country is all of us and more. The "Ion Creangă" the State Pedagogical University of Chisinau was formed according to the Moldovan Government's decision, initially called the Moldovan State Pedagogical Institute, which was renamed the "Ion Creangă" State Pedagogical Institute from Chisinau. Today, the "Ion Creangă" State Pedagogical University gathers eight faculties. During the last ten years of activity, the University has considerably widened its teacher training profile, renewed the nomenclature of specialties, and revised the curricula. The faculties of the University prepare teachers for over 40 specialties. The University has highly qualified teaching and scientific staff. The University's 25 departments operate 17 university professors, 14 habilitates, 124 doctors in science, and 104 university lecturers. More than 6,000 students attend the faculties of the University. The University has trained more than 32,000 senior teachers. More than 100 university graduates were named as the "Emeritus Teacher of the Republic." The contribution of U. S. S. "Ion Creanga" is invaluable not only in the training of teachers of different specialties. University graduates are scientists and culture, politicians, writers, world-renowned scholars, outstanding personalities. Parallel to the training, the University also carries out extensive scientific work. During the last years of studies, scientific collaboration relations have been established with several university centers abroad: universities from Bucharest, Iasi, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Galati, Dusseldorf, Montana, Velico- Tirnova (Sofia), Ankara, and other universities in England, the Netherlands. The "Ion Creangă" the State Pedagogical University of Chisinau is a higher education institution aiming at the initial and continuous higher education of specialists in the fields of Education Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Arts, Exact Sciences, and Social Assistance, ensuring Their professional qualifications on the labor market, as well as in the development of the scientific research activity and the valorization of its results. The strategic plan of UPS "Ion Creangă" is elaborated by the provisions of ongoing reforms in the national and European education system, aiming to achieve the University's mission: teachers' pedagogical training and innovation of education sciences inter-and transdisciplinary research.
  20. Batangas State University is committed to the holistic development of productive citizens by providing a conducive learning environment for the generation, dissemination, and utilization of knowledge through innovative education, multidisciplinary research collaborations, and community partnerships that would nurture the spirit of nationhood and help national fuel economy for sustainable development. Together, we shall strive to achieve the University's vision of developing active participants in nation-building and responsive to 21st-century challenges. We shall continue serving the University and the community with vigor and a strong sense of commitment to situating Batangas State University at the forefront of sustainable development. The Batangas State University-Main Library is a repository of knowledge and the heart of any educational institution. It plays a vital role in developing the students' habit of reading and awareness in research. Guided by the University's vision, mission, and core values, the library envisions to obtain a world-class collection of books necessary in the development of efficient leaders and professionals in the field of Engineering, Architecture, Science, Arts, Education, Information Technology, and another discipline. It is concerned not only to bring together various materials to support the University's curricular programs but also to maintain the existing collection to ensure maximum usefulness. Our goal is also geared towards the effective and efficient delivery of library services to satisfy our valued clients' needs. The University Library, as a complementary partner in BSU's commitment to technological advancement and educational excellence, also provides the latest innovation in library automation. With the e-Lib and the Library Integrated System, which features the OPAC, Online Cataloging, Online Circulation, and Barcoding, our students now have fast access to information, making them more globally competitive. The University Library then invites users to come and maximize its use. In this way, the University fulfill its educative mission that of reaching out and sharing resources. President Isabelo R. Evangelio Memorial Library, popularly known as the Batangas State University-Main Library, is a two-story academic library situated at the Batangas State University-Main Campus in Batangas City. This library is divided into three "sub-libraries." The whole second floor of the said building is the Undergraduate Library, while the ground floor accommodates both the Graduate School Library and the Electronic Library. The BatStateU Library participates in the University's research and education programs by selecting, collecting, organizing, preserving, and conserving books and other materials for the intellectual stimulation of its students, faculty, and administrative staff. The University Library envisions obtaining a world-class collection of books necessary in the development of efficient leaders and professionals in engineering, architecture, science, arts, education, information technology, and other disciplines. In line with its vision, the University library is committed to continuously maintain good, well-chosen, and well-selected print and non-print materials in support of the different curricula and programs of the University. The Batangas State University Library aims to provide good, well-chosen print and non-print materials supporting the institution. It also aims to aid the BatStateU community in their educational, informational, and recreational research endeavors. The Research Office is the University's implementing body of its research program. It is under the Office of the Vice President for Research, Development and Extension, and the Research Council, which serves as the policy making entity from where the Research and Development Office derives approval for its research program. The Director for Research heads the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the University's research programs/projects. Working under the Director for Research are the five Assistant Directors for the areas: Architecture, Engineering and Technology Research Agriculture and Natural Science Research Environment and Biodiversity Research Entrepreneurial, and Business Research and Education, Mathematics, and Social Science Research. The Assistant Directors' general function is to oversee the research activities and their respective offices/research areas within the University. The University shall pursue thrusts and priorities which may be subjected to review at least annually by each area: Architecture, Engineering, and Technology Agriculture and Natural Science Environment and Biodiversity Entrepreneurial and Business and Education, Mathematics and Social Sciences to make the Research Program of the University responsive to the emerging needs and environmental changes and development depending on research competencies available, appropriateness to the local needs and availability of the resources. The following thrusts and priorities are based on the government's national, regional, and provincial agenda identified through agenda setting and road mapping among research personnel, deans, faculty researchers, students, and external stakeholders. Our team in the Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) is committed to helping the University achieve its vision to mold globally competent and value-laden citizens. We do this by providing non-academic services that support instruction. Our services are student-centered to ensure our primary clients' overall welfare and development. Our OSAS staff is glad to be of service to you anytime. We have an efficient and caring workforce that is always ready to meet your needs. Participate in student organization activities, avail of the University counseling and academic support services, and grab opportunities that develop your self-awareness, creativity, communication skills, leadership, and interpersonal skills towards your personal growth. Learn, be concerned, spend your time wisely, and have fun.
  21. The State College shall primarily provide technical and professional training in the sciences, arts, teacher education, agriculture, engineering, technology, and short-term vocational courses. It shall likewise promote research, advanced studies, and academic leadership in the stated areas of specialization. ASCOT was officially established on December 30, 1993, according to Republic Act No. 7664. Aurora's son, Senator Edgardo J. Angara, and the late Congressman Benedicto G. Miran sponsored the bills that eventually became law, bringing much hope for a brighter future to the people of the Province. The CollegeCollege opened its first year of classes on June 6, 1994, with an initial enrollment of 300 students. Although relatively young, the CollegeCollege has undertaken concrete steps to vigorously pursue its program along with its trilogy of functions – instruction, research, and extension. The CollegeCollege continuously endeavors to maximize the utilization of the available resources to become a center of academic excellence and a bastion of technology in the Province. The Research and Development Office of the Aurora State College of Technology is mandated to coordinate research and development programs and activities. Although beset by inadequate funds and support staff, still this office had managed to do worthwhile activities. In implementing Extension Services, which is one of the thrusts of the CollegeCollege, the department had undertaken activities helping the people around the school community. Several faculty members and students participated in the College Campaign Program in different secondary schools in nearby towns. It also catered to environmental awareness and conservation as it spearheaded Adopt-A-Barangay Programs and Operation Linis along Sabang Bay and Quezon Park. The Office of the Student Affairs provides avenues for student welfare and development, guides students become well adjusted to their college life, motivates students to exercise their rights by the applicable laws, widens opportunities of the students for social consciousness, responsibilities, and transformation, encourages the broader and active participation of the students to various student affairs and services, and develops emotional and multiple intelligence of the students through different student affairs and services. The Academic Program of ASCOT serves as its arm in attaining its vision of becoming "a center of excellence in various programs of teachings." This program, which is directly administered by the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Ma Luz F. Cabatan, in coordination with the seven departments' different directors, showed their dedication in achieving academic excellence anew. On December 30, 1993, ASCOT was created under Republic Act No. 7664, which was made and sponsored by then-Senate President Edgardo Angara and the late representative Benedicto G. Miran. Immediately they formed the pre-organization Taskforce that would take over the management and operation of ASCOT through the leadership of Sen. Angara., the father and founder of the CollegeCollege. Negotiation and transactions were made with the Department of Education, Culture, and Sport (DECS), Division of Aurora under the Superintendent, Mr. Domingo Hulipas. They administered the freshmen students' admission and located the temporary classrooms for the next school year, 1993. ASCOT opened the next school year immediately with Dr. Benny A. Palma acting as the President. He came from Aklan State College of Agriculture (ASCA) now, Aklan State University (ASU) in Banga, Aklan. ASCOT started with three hundred one (301) freshmen students with its classes held in Baler Central School buildings. They were provided with ten (10) classrooms and one bigger room for its administration office. At the start, services were rendered by thirteen faculty and nine administrative personnel to teach and administer the State College. RA 7664 endorsed ASCOT, a campus site consisting of 196.06 hectares situated in Debudulan Mountain, Sitio Dicaloyungan, Brgy. Zabala, Baler, Aurora. The said area was declared as the ASCOT school site by President Proclamation No. 559 on April 7, 1996. It also mandated ASCOT to integrate the Aurora National Agricultural School in Maria Aurora, Aurora, and the Aurora National Fishery School in Casiguran, Aurora. Additional campus consisting of 110.8 hectares in Barangay Bazal, Maria Aurora, and 105 hectares in Barangay Bianoan, Casiguran, Aurora, is also acquired by the ASCOT memorandum of agreement with the Department of Education, Culture, and Sports represented by Regional Director Pedro V. Trinidad of Region IV. The DAT-BAT Program with 259 students, ten faculty members, two support staff, books, farm equipment, vehicles, and buildings were also turned over to ASCOT. After a few years, its first-ever commencement exercises were held at the Baler Municipal Plaza on June 8, 1996, with Representative Bellaflor Angara-Castillo as the Commencement Speaker. A total of 178 students, 30 collegiate and 148 vocational, composed the first batch of graduates in four – year degree courses in Agriculture and two-year completion certificates for ladderized technology courses. Late in the year 1996, the General Education and other departments of the CollegeCollege moved to the completed Phase 1 of Dr. Juan C. Angara Hall in Sitio Dicaloyungan, Barangay Zabali, Baler, Aurora.
  22. The college was established in 1956 as the Southern Mindanao branch of the Philippine Institute of Fisheries Technology (PIFT), the U.P.'s predecessor in the Visayas - College of Fisheries. In 1965, the SMSF became the first fishery school under the Department of Education to attain college status by R.A. No. 3434 and was renamed Mindanao Regional School of Fisheries (MRSF). In 1980, the MRSF was included as one of the eight project institutes of the Sixth Education Project of the Philippine government that were developed into Regional Institutes of Fisheries Technology (RIFTs) through a US$38 million loan package from the World Bank. In 1986, the college was granted its charter and the mandate to develop and implement courses in fisheries, maritime technology, marine sciences, development management, food technology, and computer science with the issuance of P.D. No. 2020 converting the then MRSF-RIFT into the Zamboanga State College of Marine Sciences and Technology (ZSCMST). A learning institution that transforms individuals into globally competitive human capital in fisheries, maritime and information technology, pedagogy, and industries for the rational management of aquatic resources. Generate and manage knowledge in the institution's academic disciplines, produce ecologically–conscious professionals, provide leadership in the sustainable development of the aquatic ecosystems and improve the people's quality of life. The college scholarship is open to all academically qualified applicants. As a general rule, a scholarship awardee must have passed the college admission test and the colleges' admission requirements where he/she intends to enroll. The scholarship awardee must show proof of personal integrity, good moral character, scholarship qualities, and civic consciousness in the form of certification. A coordination effort with the barangay officials of two barangays (Lampang and victoria) where snap mangrove rehabilitation was conducted and yielded positive results that led to the forging of a memorandum of agreement establishment of aquasilviculture project in the area. A total of eight aquasilviculture units were successfully constructed from January to December 2015. Six additional units in barangay camping under the leadership of Mr. Salvador Arrieta and two units in barangay victoria under Mr. Edmond delante, president of their respective groups. Farm inputs like fertilizers, pesticides, and fry fingerlings were already issued to some completed units. Crab seed stock was still expecting to arrive for the project upon the availability of stock.
  23. The coming into being of the West Visayas State University (WVSU) dates back to 1924 when it became an independent and distinct teacher training institution known as the Iloilo Normal School (INS). However, its birth can be traced back as early as 1902 when it was opened as a regular tributary school with secondary school instruction. The University Research and Development Center (URDC) is committed to developing highly competent researchers who will produce relevant quality research outputs and transfer generated knowledge and technology that will improve the quality of life. Researches are monitored through the University Research In-House Reviews, which is done twice a year by a Technical Panel. Moreover, quarterly progress reports are submitted by researchers. Through the regular monitoring activities and meetings with research coordinators, issues and concerns are addressed to promote the smooth and timely research implementation. In line with the West Visayas State College's commitment to the advancement of knowledge at the tertiary and post-graduate levels, the College Research Center was established in 1981 to conduct and coordinate research and evaluate field services, which will lead to significant educational programs. These researches included pilot try-out projects in various schools and communities within the region. In 1916, it was a secondary school complete with elementary and training departments. However, it was only in 1924, with the completion of its main building (now Quezon Hall) and the laboratory school building when INS became a distinct educational institution itself. The year likewise became a kick-off point for a more established secondary regular school program, which eventually became a two-year collegiate training program and still later in 1952 a four-year ordinary college course. In 1954, through RepublicActNo. 375, the Bachelor of Science in Education major in Elementary Education was granted. It became a pioneer and premier teacher-training institution in Western Visayas, a prestige it enjoys with academic programs catering to local and global needs. Truth to this is it is being named Center of Excellence (1994) by the late Sen. Blas P. Ople and Center of Excellence for Teacher Education (1995) by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The INS became the West Visayas State College by R.A. 4189 in 1965 and commenced the offering of the Bachelor of Science in Education for Elementary and Secondary teaching. Bachelor of Arts and Masters in Education. It was in the same year when the Graduate School and the School of Arts and Sciences were in place. The Secondary Laboratory School was opened in 1969. In September 1972, RA 6596 authorized university-level courses in education, arts, and sciences. The period from 1974, it is Golden Jubilee year, to the early 1980s was one of significant growth, witnessing the establishment of the School of Medicine (1 975), School of' Agriculture (1976), and School of Nursing (1977). The doctoral program of the Graduate School was likewise introduced in 1977. The B.S. Biological Science, AS Mass Communications, and B. S. Forestry programs took off in 1981. On January 27, 1986, P.D. 2019 converted the College into the West Visayas State University, integrating the Iloilo National College of Agriculture (INCA) into its system. In 1987, the University acquired the Don Benito V. Lopez Memorial Hospital, which became the WVSU Hospital, a 150-bed tertiary, teaching, and training hospital. The University was further established in 1993, the Physical Education, Sports, Culture, and Recreation Center, which later became the degree-granting PESCARA Institute and later College of PESCARA in 2000. Strict observance of the trilogy of functions became evident in the University as early as 1986 when the Office of Research and Non-Formal Education was established, followed by the Office of Extension in 1988. In 1993, the Department of Mass Communications became the degree-granting Institute of Mass Communications, which was later converted into a College in 2000. The Diamond Jubilee in 1999 was ushered in by the offering of more academic programs: the Bachelor in Cooperatives Management (1997) and the Bachelor of Science in Information Management and Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (1998). In 2000, the Higher Education Modernization Act (1997) integrated into the University four CHED supervised schools in Calinog, Janiuay, Lambunao, and Pototan. In 2001, the WVSU Board of Regents and the Department of Health (DOH) approved the hospital's conversion to the 300-bed WVSU Medical Center that it is today. Likewise, in 2001, the Bachelor in Statistics and Research program was introduced. The University Distance Education program through the Diploma in Teaching (DFT) course began in Summer 2003. By the first semester of 2003, four new courses were commenced: Bachelor/n Hotel and Restaurant Management, Bachelor in Broadcasting, Bachelor in Journalism, and Bachelor of Science in Development Communication. In 2004, the University instituted its Verticalization Scheme in academic programs through the operations of the graduate schools in the College of Education and the College of Arts & Sciences.
  24. ZSTU is one of the main centers of mining education and science of Ukraine. It is connected first of all with the great mineral wealth of Zhytomyr and outstanding personalities who had a significant influence on the development of mining. From the start there were two departments at the faculty: “Technology of Machine Building, Metal-Cutting Machines and Instruments” and “Automation and Telemechanics.” The part-time students studied at the faculty during three years and then they had the opportunity to complete their studies at other educational institutions of Ukraine and other republics of the former Soviet Union. Later the evening and full-time departments were opened with full cycle of training. For the purpose of improving the training level of the school-leavers the preparatory courses were established.Material and technical basis of the faculty constantly increased. Existing laboratories and workshops were re-equipped and expanded, and new ones were established. A new major “Automation and Telemechanics” with full-time and evening forms of training was introduced.The first 70 students of the evening form of training obtained the degree in Mechanical Engineering.180 engineers graduated from the General Technical Faculty. It came true owing to the work of highly qualified teaching staff. By the end 98 teachers had been working at the faculty, 39 of them were Associate Professors. Research work is an integral part of both teaching and scientific activity. Despite the tough period of the faculty development, the departments were able to focus on methodological and scientific work. They managed to provide students with text-books, laboratory practice instructions, graphic tasks, etc. Special attention was paid to scientific researches and close collaboration with both industrial enterprises and scientific institutions of former USSR ZSTU successfully carried out educational activity. Both teaching skills and scientific and research work of the staff were developing. Students received highly qualified educational services. After graduation from the General-Technical Faculty students had the opportunity to complete their studies at KPI and other higher educational establishments of the former USSR. A lot of alumni of ZhGTF became leading specialists of different enterprises of Zhytomyr region. An important role in the life of the Branch was played by sports. More than 30 cups and prizes were the evidence of the achievements of Physical Education Department.The Branch teams have begun to participate in sports contests among Ukrainian educational institutions. In 1982 female volleyball players won the second place and were awarded with silver medals. One of the most popular and most beloved sports branch is basketball. So, it is natural that the team of athletes has achieved high results in this kind of sport. ZSTU is the modern educational complex with well-equipped laboratories, sport complex, tennis courts, a stadium, a refectory, a sanatorium and three halls of residence. The library and its own publishing department allow the University to provide students with educational and methodological literature. ZSTU has its own website in the Ukrainian and English languages. Local computer network is connected to the Internet. Zhytomyr Branch of KPI trained nearly 6000 highly qualified professionals whose demand in the industrial centers of Ukraine had always exceeded supply. The Branch had an authoritative teaching staff with master and doctoral academic degrees, and gradually it became a ground for highly qualified scientific personnel. Everything done for the previous 50 years should be considered as a significant starting point. View full university
  25. ZSTU is one of the main centers of mining education and science of Ukraine. It is connected first of all with the great mineral wealth of Zhytomyr and outstanding personalities who had a significant influence on the development of mining. From the start there were two departments at the faculty: “Technology of Machine Building, Metal-Cutting Machines and Instruments” and “Automation and Telemechanics.” The part-time students studied at the faculty during three years and then they had the opportunity to complete their studies at other educational institutions of Ukraine and other republics of the former Soviet Union. Later the evening and full-time departments were opened with full cycle of training. For the purpose of improving the training level of the school-leavers the preparatory courses were established.Material and technical basis of the faculty constantly increased. Existing laboratories and workshops were re-equipped and expanded, and new ones were established. A new major “Automation and Telemechanics” with full-time and evening forms of training was introduced.The first 70 students of the evening form of training obtained the degree in Mechanical Engineering.180 engineers graduated from the General Technical Faculty. It came true owing to the work of highly qualified teaching staff. By the end 98 teachers had been working at the faculty, 39 of them were Associate Professors. Research work is an integral part of both teaching and scientific activity. Despite the tough period of the faculty development, the departments were able to focus on methodological and scientific work. They managed to provide students with text-books, laboratory practice instructions, graphic tasks, etc. Special attention was paid to scientific researches and close collaboration with both industrial enterprises and scientific institutions of former USSR ZSTU successfully carried out educational activity. Both teaching skills and scientific and research work of the staff were developing. Students received highly qualified educational services. After graduation from the General-Technical Faculty students had the opportunity to complete their studies at KPI and other higher educational establishments of the former USSR. A lot of alumni of ZhGTF became leading specialists of different enterprises of Zhytomyr region. An important role in the life of the Branch was played by sports. More than 30 cups and prizes were the evidence of the achievements of Physical Education Department.The Branch teams have begun to participate in sports contests among Ukrainian educational institutions. In 1982 female volleyball players won the second place and were awarded with silver medals. One of the most popular and most beloved sports branch is basketball. So, it is natural that the team of athletes has achieved high results in this kind of sport. ZSTU is the modern educational complex with well-equipped laboratories, sport complex, tennis courts, a stadium, a refectory, a sanatorium and three halls of residence. The library and its own publishing department allow the University to provide students with educational and methodological literature. ZSTU has its own website in the Ukrainian and English languages. Local computer network is connected to the Internet. Zhytomyr Branch of KPI trained nearly 6000 highly qualified professionals whose demand in the industrial centers of Ukraine had always exceeded supply. The Branch had an authoritative teaching staff with master and doctoral academic degrees, and gradually it became a ground for highly qualified scientific personnel. Everything done for the previous 50 years should be considered as a significant starting point.
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