The Aurora State College of Technology is a recipient of a financial grant from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in the amount of Php. 2, 100, 000.00 to finance the establishment of ASCOT SMART CLASSROOMS.
ASCOT SMART Classrooms
This project was awarded by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to Aurora State College of
Technology (ASCOT) through the resourcefulness of the College President and with the hard work of the Academic Directors who prepared the project proposal in this regard, equipping the College with the technology tools that will improve the student learning environment and aiming to upgrade the College’s capability and sustain its development efforts to keep the lead role in providing excellent education.
Aurora State College of Technology has taken one more step towards its goal of improving the lives of Aurorans. Last July 8, 2016, the college has officially received the DOLE-YES LIVELIHOOD PROJECT from DOLE Aurora.
In front of students and college officials, a ceremony was held witnessing the Dr. Doracie B. Zoleta-Nantes received the project from Engr. Pedro S. Fernando Jr (DOLE Chief-Aurora).The said project would be used in the “Fish-P
Ascot faculty and staff with Dole staff in the awarding of project
rocessing of Fishery Aquatic Products by Post-Harvest Technology/ Fish Preservation Technology”. As the most potent arm to utilize the equipment, Department of Agriculture and Aquatic Sciences ,headed by Dr. Eduardo F. Macose, was assigned to oversee the project.
Reports on the status of Livelihood Program were also delivered by Mr. Antonio D. Bolivar and Mr. Romel Ladiero, who oversee the Food Processing and HRM Cafeteria projects respectively.
This is considered as a good gift to the ASCOT community in Casiguran where the project is set to be implemented under the direct supervision of Maam Nancy Lota, a faculty in Casiguran Campus. The grant was through the efforts of Dr. Eduardo F. Macose (DAAS Director), Alma Bayudan (OSS Director) and Dr. Doracie B. Zoleta-Nantes (College President).
ASCOT held a ceremonial groundbreaking event and time capsule laying to begin the construction of the new ASCOT Graduate Studies Building on July 18, 2016. The new building which will rise beside the Forestry Building is intended to house the graduate students, faculty and staff.
ASCOT Graduate Studies Building Groundbreaking Ceremony
Dr. Doracie B. Zoleta-Nantes, College President together with the Guest of Honor, Baler Municipal Mayor Nelianto C. Bihasa, led the ground breaking ceremony which included the laying of time capsule and ceremonial shovelling. In her message, Dr. Nantes acknowledged all those who worked assiduously towards the conception up to the implementation on the construction of the new building. Hon. Nelianto C. Bihasa also gave his remarks commending the effort of the whole ASCOT community in this undertaking and is looking forward for more collaborative projects with the agency.
The two Academic Programs of the Aurora State College of Technology recently got the Certificate of Program Compliance from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), after a series of evaluation and accreditation visits.
Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC) No. 020, Series 2016. ASCOT – Bachelor of Science in Agriculture program for levels I-IV effective AY 2016-2017
Certificate of Program Compliance. No. 021 ASCOT. – Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Levels I-IV effective AY 2016-2017. July 8, 2016.
The Assessment team from CHED composed of evaluators, Dr. Regina D. Cura, Dr. Ma. Teresita B. De Leon, Mr. John Wesley S. Calagui visited ASCOT last July 1-2, 2016 for the assessment of the College’s program offerings and for the evaluation and monitoring of its compliances to Policies, Standards and Guidelines set by CHED and just recently, July 8, 2016, CHED finally issued the Certificate of Program Compliance to the BSA and BSIT programs of the College.
Certificate of Program Compliance No. 020, Series 2016 states that ASCOT has successfully complied with the requirements prescribed by the Commission for the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture program for Levels I-IV effective AY 2016-2017 by Virtue of CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 14,s .2008 “Policies and Standards for Bachelor of Science in Agriculture” Program.
Fire marshalls actual assembly of Computer
The department of Information Technology together with Information Technology Communication Center has successfully conducted the four-day Computer Literacy Training designed for the Bureau of Fire Protection personnel in Aurora.
The program which was considerately designed to fit the needs of the said clients, started with a session with Mr. Sherwin Glorioso welcoming the participants to the world of internet. Further strengthening their know-how with computer systems, Mr. Marmol performed assembly and disassembly of a working machine. This is one of the BFP’s highly requested topics to equip them with basic skills in dealing with different computer problems.