ASCOT–FTC OPENS ANEW IN ITS OPERATION

The Farmers’ Training Center (FTC) of ASCOT has been, for a long time, idle and on the process of wearing down. Through the generous effort of the College President, Eutiquio L. Rotaquio, Jr., it has undergone rehabilitation and improvement and is now open for Extension Activities, Trainings, Agricultural Activities and Summer Classes. ASCOT–FTC was formerly continue reading : ASCOT–FTC OPENS ANEW IN ITS OPERATION

TRAINING ON E-LEARNING USING ZOOM APPLICATION FOR ASCOT FACULTY AND STAFF

The world is beset by CoViD-19 pandemic. In this current situation wherein most business establishments and institutions including schools are experiencing lockdowns and quarantines, different measures are being undertaken in order to continue working and supplement functions and responsibilities. Thus, utilizing video conferencing tools is now a must in this global shift to the “new continue reading : TRAINING ON E-LEARNING USING ZOOM APPLICATION FOR ASCOT FACULTY AND STAFF

DBM APPROVES GRANT OF RATA TO NEW DIRECTORS

DBM Region III Director, Isabel C. Taguinod, has approved the request of College President Eutiquio L. Rotaquio, Jr., that he be given the authority to grant Representation and Travel Allowance (RATA) to ASCOT personnel who were designated to the following positions: Director for Graduate Studies Program – For. RB J. Gallego Director for Student Affairs continue reading : DBM APPROVES GRANT OF RATA TO NEW DIRECTORS

Door-to-Door Distribution of Allowance for Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) Grantees

One of ASCOT’s Best Practices during this time of crisis was the conduct of the door-to-door distribution of stipend /allowance for Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) grantees. Scholarship Coordinator, For. Efren A. Agbayani, together with ASCOT’s Chief Security, Edwin R. De Leon; Accounting Office Representative Myra D. Gonzales; Office of the Cashier Representative, Mary Jane Luzano; continue reading : Door-to-Door Distribution of Allowance for Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) Grantees

AFSMPC Responded Positively to the Government’s Call for Financing Institutions to Grant Moratorium for Loans

The COVID-19 pandemic that resulted to the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine has indeed affected the cash-flow and earnings of a lot of government workers, not discounting the employees of Aurora State College of Technology. Because of this crisis, the ASCOT Faculty and Staff Multi-Purpose Cooperative (AFSMPC) who cares for its members has extended continue reading : AFSMPC Responded Positively to the Government’s Call for Financing Institutions to Grant Moratorium for Loans

PROVISIONS FOR ASCOT STUDENTS AND FACULTY STRANDED BY THE ECQ

Several students residing at the ASCOT Zabali Ladies Dormitory and faculty members staying at the ASCOT Zabali Townhouses were stranded due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine (Luzon Lockdown) caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, some faculty members at ASCOT Casiguran Campus who are from outside Aurora Province have experienced the same. ASCOT officials headed by continue reading : PROVISIONS FOR ASCOT STUDENTS AND FACULTY STRANDED BY THE ECQ

New Set of Officers for ASCOT Non-Teaching Personnel Association (ANTPA)

The term of Gerardo S. Rillon, PhD, as President of the ASCOT Non-Teaching Personnel Association (ANTPA) has terminated and election was held on February 17, 2020 at the Accreditation Hall, Juan C. Angara Building, ASCOT, Baler, Aurora. In attendance were 46 out of 62 members from Zabali, Bazal and Casiguran Campuses who excitedly casted their continue reading : New Set of Officers for ASCOT Non-Teaching Personnel Association (ANTPA)

6 UNITS BRAND NEW VEHICLES PURCHASED BY ASCOT

For the College, the year 2020 started with a blessing having purchased additional six (6) units brand new vehicles from Frontier Automotive Marilao Corporation amounting to ?11,500,000.00. The procurement process was undertaken in November 2019 after the Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPB) issued Resolution No. 20-2019 “Approving the Delisting of Motor Vehicles in the List continue reading : 6 UNITS BRAND NEW VEHICLES PURCHASED BY ASCOT

20 HIGHER EDUCATION INSTRUCTORS/PROFESSORS PROMOTED AS PER NBC 461 (7th Cycle)

Congratulations to the 20 Higher Education Instructors/Professors whose individual efforts were paid off as each of them received promotions and salary adjustment per month pursuant to CL No. 2001-11 dated June 21, 2001 as implemented by NBC No. 461 (7th Cycle) dated June 30, 1998, to wit: Diligence, skills, talents, capabilities are just some of continue reading : 20 HIGHER EDUCATION INSTRUCTORS/PROFESSORS PROMOTED AS PER NBC 461 (7th Cycle)