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NSU inaugurates new research center
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dti2In its pursuits to be a research and development University, the Naval State University formally inaugurated the newly-established Food Research and Development Center (FRDC) at the Naval State University-Main Campus, January 28.

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-8 OIC Regional Director Engr. Celerina T. Bato, Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-8 represented by Engr. Ramil Uy, DTI-Biliran Provincial Director Dr. Faustino V. Gayas, DOST-Biliran Provincial Director Dr. Romeo Dignos and NSU OIC President Dr. Victor C. Cañezo, Jr. led the blessing and inauguration of the said center.

This newly-established Food Research and Development Center (FRDC) is a collaborative project of DTI 8, DOST 8 and NSU. The three (3) agencies allocated fund counterparts for the purchase of equipment and facilities of the said research center: DTI 8 – Php 2, 566,250.00, DOST 8 – Php 788,000.00 and NSU – Php 1,318,532.27.

According to Dr. Cañezo, this center is a breakthrough in the research and development efforts of the University particularly on developing innovation in food processing like the native delicacies and coffee bean production in the province of Biliran.

“We are grateful enough to the DTI and DOST for partnering with us in our efforts to make the Naval State University a research and innovation hub in the entire province. This research center will also help our fellow Biliranons who are engaged into food processing as their avenue to develop new ideas and innovation”, he added.

 
NSU to receive CSC PRIME-HRM recognition
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primeAfter rigorous evaluation of documents and on-site validation, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) through its Regional Office 8 officially announced the compliance of the Naval State University with the Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) Maturity Level 2 Indicators.

In a communication sent to the Naval State University through its OIC University President Dr. Victor C. Cañezo, Jr., Civil Service Commission (CSC)-8 Regional Director Victoria Esber wrote “per evaluation of this Office, through the Policies & Systems Evaluation Division (PSED), your agency has been found to be PRIME-HRM Maturity Level 2 compliant in four (4) core HRM areas and is, therefore, qualified to receive the CSC ROVIII Certificate of Recognition per core HRM area: Recruitment, Selection and Placement (RSP), Performance Management (PM), Learning and Development (L&D), and Rewards and Recognition (R&R)”.

He is also expected to deliver a five (5) minute talk or response and five (5) minute video that would ‘focus on NSU’s PRIME-HRM journey, as well as the benefits of the program’.

Last November 9 and 10, 2018, the CSC ROVIII conducted an on-site evaluation and validation with Dr. Banello Gabon and Ms. Ma. Victoria P. Arevalo as evaluators.

The Naval State University is the first government agency in the province of Biliran to be evaluated with PRIME-HRM Maturity Level II.

 
DBM commends NSU’s efforts on ISO 9001:2015 certification
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DNVCert1Department of Budget and Management (DBM) thru the Systems and Productivity Improvement Bureau (SPIB) commended the Naval State University for achieving the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System (QMS) Standards Compliant-Institutional Level.

In a communication sent to Naval State University from the Office of the SPIB Acting Director and GQMC-DBM Secretariat Head, Ms. Clotilde S. Lacsamana-Drapete commended the Naval State University for “its efforts to achieve an ISO 9001:2015 QMS Certificate, which manifest the delivery of better frontline services through an effective QMS, and its compliance with Items 5.1.a.6; 6.3; and 10.6 (Support to Operations) of Administrative Order No. 25 Inter-Agency Task Force Memorandum Circular No. 2018-1 re Grant of the Performance-Based Bonus for FY 2018”.

Hence, the ISO 9001:2015 QMS Certification is one of the requirements stipulated on the Guidelines on the Grant of Performance-Based Bonus for Fiscal Year 2018 under Executive Order No. 80 s. 2012 and Executive Order No. 201 s. 2016 dated May 28, 2018.

 

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