ASCOT Holds In-House Review 2015

The Winners of ASCOT Annual Agency In-House Review 2015 together with the  Evaluators and ASCOT Officials

The Winners of ASCOT Annual Agency In-House Review 2015 together with the Evaluators and ASCOT Officials

The ASCOT Research and Development Office conducted the Annual Agency In-House Review of On-going and Completed Research Projects 2015 last Friday, August 14, 2015 at the ICTC Audio Visual Room, ASCOT Zabali Campus, Baler, Aurora.

This year’s In-house Review featured 13 research projects under the Research Category, Development Category and Thesis Category which were evaluated by three experts from the Central Luzon State University (CLSU): Dr. Romeo B. Gavino, Chair, Department of Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering, Dr. Federico O. Perez, Dean, College of Agriculture, and Professor Tomas D. Gajete, Project Leader, Smarter Approaches to Reinvigorate Agriculture as an Industry(SARAI-DOST), who also served as the Chairman of the Board of Evaluators.

Each participant’s research projects were presented during the whole day activity and were judged by the evaluators based on creativity, originality, quality of work, significance of findings, the manuscript and presentation. Winning entries were commended through Cash Prizes and Certificate of Recognitions.

The activity concluded with the awarding of Certificates to the evaluators, presenters and participants.

Congratulations to the following winners!


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