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Monday, 09 September 2013 10:54

JOURNAL OF SOCIETY & TECHNOLOGY

  1. Evapotranspiration rate of lettuce (Lactuca sativa L., Asteraceae) in a non-circulating hydroponics system by Vivencio A. Pelesco & Feliciano B. Alagao
  2. Farmers’ adopting decisions on rice technologies diffused in the cyber-villages by Ludito V. Ramirez & Ma. Theresa H. Velasco
  3. In vitro free radical scavenging activity of bago (Gnetum gnemon Linn.), pako (Diplazium esculentum (Retz.) Sw.) and saluyot (Corchorus olitorius Linn.) leaf extracts by Elden P. Jayag & Andresito D. Acabal
  4. Rhizobium inoculation as bio-organic substitute for synthetic nitrogen fertilization in peanut by Mario C. Nierras
  5. Quality evaluation and process optimization of selected root crop-based fermented beverage using Ragi Tape as starter by Mary Ann Jilly Ramirez & Julie D. Tan
  6. Variable screening, optimization and evaluation of efficiency of virgin coconut oil production through fermentation using lactic acid bacterial pure culture by Inish Chris P. Mesias & Julie D. Tan
  7. Production and utilization of Bio-organic fertilizer for enhanced rice productivity in selected villages of Biliran, Philippines by Vilma F. Gayrama & Vivencio A. Pelesco
  8. Profitability analysis of seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum (N.L. Burman) F.S. Collins & Hervey) enterprise in Dawahon Island, Bato, Leyte: A green value chain approach by Christopher R. Galgo, Jr. & Antonio P. Abamo
  9. Coping with the risks from the road: Recognizing the three phases of injury prevention by Pearl Irish T. Velicaria, Marian Madelyn Collera, Allysa Vermug, Cris Newva Mejarito & Rotacio S. Gravoso
  10. Can Filipino diaspora lead to poverty alleviation? Effect of migration and remittances on poverty in the Philippines by Moises Neil V. Seriño
  11. Views on climate change: The case of households along river flood plains of Palo, Leyte, Philippines by Ian Phil M. Canlas
  12. Needs assessment for the development of a call center skills-based learning module of Naval State University by Roland A. Niez, Susan S. Bentor & Nisa T. Lumbab
  13. Surfacing rice farmer-leaders through social network analysis by Ludito V. Ramirez
  14. Determining financially feasible digester size and greenhouse gas emission reduction of covered lagoon biodigester through computer simulation by Arthur It. Tambong
  15. Coir dust as sand-substitute in the manufacture of concrete hollow blocks by Annabelle B. Pilapil
  16. Factors associated with microenterprise operators’ non-compliance of business licensing requirements by Jeruel A. Espinazo, Elvira E. Ongy & Ludito V. Ramirez
  17. Awareness and utilization of contraception technology among rural married couples by Pearl Irish T. Velicaria & Aileen Garillo
  18. What influence the management practices in pig raising? The case of smallholder pig farmers in Biliran, Philippines by Ramelito C. Petilos & Vivencio A. Pelesco
  19. Relative abundance and local knowledge on bats in Pagang-pagang Cave, Eastern Leyte by Archie Tulin, Berna Lou Aba & Arturo Pasa
  20. Nutrient utilization of different strains of broilers fed with varying levels of phytase in supplemented diets by Teofilo S. Cerera & Aida N. Cerera

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The Strong Support PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 05 September 2013 13:45

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Transparency Card PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 July 2013 11:41

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NSU Maritime Program passes the DNV Re-Certification Audit PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 22 July 2013 17:28

DNVNSU Maritime Program passes the DNV Re-Certification Audit with Management System Certification ISO 9001:2008 last July 12, 2013. The audit Team was headed by Mr. Randy P. Magnaye, DNV Team Leader and Mr. Alexander T. Javier as member of the Team. During the run-through it was found out that the MSAP performance of the NSU cadets has further remarkable results with the rate of participation is 64.7% and a passing percentage rate for deck and engine of 99%, and all subjects for both deck and engine are above the national average. Further it was found out that the utilization of deck simulators by cadets during simulator courses is almost 100%, and that all maritime instructors are competent and incompliance with STCW and CHED requirements.

On the effectively of the apprenticeship facilitation of cadets, the strategy of the STO to engage in domestic sDNV1hipping companies in the apprenticeship program aside from having the international shipping companies, resulted to 43% apprenticeship rate, that is considerably, above the international target of 40% and the national average of 30%.

In the overall conclusion, the university has received certification and was advised to make necessary containment to minimal non-conformities on or before August 12, 2013. The Team Leader will recommend the organization/university for maintain the certification when all Non-Conformities have been reviewed and accepted. The next audit is proposed to be on July 2014 with suggested focus areas on a) continually raising level of quality maritime graduates and b) effective apprenticeship facilitation of cadets.

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The 1st FeNSUAA Officials PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 February 2013 17:36

Allan Paul Tubis

Allan Paul U. Tubis, a native of Naval, Biliran had dominated the polls for FeNSUAA

presidential race yesterday. He was elected president with Alvin A. Apacible,

as his vice president, leading only hardly any votes from his contender, and the rest of

the candidates. The poll showed their extreme competition as only a little discrepancy on votes put their destiny on route.

On the other hand, Joan J. Sinagpulo takes lead as the top-voted among the candidates for Board of Directors, followed by Michael A. Aguilos, Florabelle C. Erlano, Ronald Q. Olaivar, Joy V. Manco, Ma. Morena E. Dela Peña, Ma. Rowena I. Culibra, Voltaire B. Dagalea, Dante G. Jamin, Edgar F. Benaldo, Arnold T. Cerera and Norberto J. Camarines.

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