ABOUT THE OFFICE

The City Educational Program Executive Committee or the CEPEC was organized by Mayor Benjamin S. Abalos, Sr. in 1996 to handle and act as the policy making body for the City of Mandaluyong Collegiate Scholarship Program.

 

Mayor Benhur Abalos decided to accommodate the average students in order to help them in pursuing collegiate education. It was then when the category of “grantee” started. Unlike the scholars, the recipients under grantee category has no stipend or allowance but no grade requirement. The grantee needs only to pass all the subjects he/she has taken to renew the scholarship grant.


1.  APPLICATION/ADMISSION FOR NEW SCHOLARS/GRANTEES

Successful students who passed or have been studying at Rizal Technological University (RTU)

may avail scholarship grants from the City Educational Services Office.

 

Office or Division:

City Educational Scholarship Office

Classification:

Simple

Type of Transaction:

Government to Citizen

Who may avail:

Incoming 1st year and 2nd year College Students

CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTS

WHERE TO SECURE

1. High school Report Card

Previous Senior High School Went

2. Results of RTU Entrance Examination and Interview

Rizal Technological University

3. A Copy of First and Second Semester Grades (for 2nd years)

Rizal Technological University

4. Latest Income Tax Return of your par- ents or Joint-Affidavit of Non-filling of ITR in case they are unemployed

Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)

5. Medical Certificate

Government or Private Physician

6. Certificate of Residency & Indigency

Barangay Captain

7. Voter’s ID (Parent)

COMELEC

8. Two (2) pcs. 2’’ x 2’’ pictures

On your own accord

9. Copy of Course Curriculum

Rizal Technological University

CLIENT STEPS

AGENCY ACTION

FEES TO BE PAID

PROCESSING TIME

PERSON RESPONSIBLE

1. Submission of Requirements

1.1 The office

will review and check all requirements

This service is FREE of charge

5 minutes

Annalyn Nery

2. Interview/Approval

2.1 The scholarship Officer will conduct interview and will decide client’s admission for scholars/ grantees

This service is FREE of charge

5 minutes

Engr. Melody Imelda “Pinky” Umali-Tubig

3. Issuance of Enrolment Slip

3.1 Successful students who passed the interviews and assessment will be provided Enrolment slip from the office

This service is FREE of charge

2 minutes

Mary Ann Polo

TOTAL

None

12 minutes

 


2.  RENEWAL OF SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS

Students who have been accepted as scholars/grantees of the City Educational Services Office must observed Scholarship Retention Guidelines (please see guide on the next page). Scholars must secure clearance for renewal every semester.

 

Office or Division:

City Educational Scholarship Office

Classification:

Simple

Type of Transaction:

Government to Citizen

Who may avail:

City Educational Services Office Scholars and Grantees

CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTS

WHERE TO SECURE

1. Accomplished Renewal Form

Scholarship Office

2. Grades for the Current Semester

Rizal Technological University

3. Registration Form

4. Course Curriculum

5. Pre-enrolment Form

CLIENT STEPS

AGENCY ACTION

FEES TO BE PAID

PROCESSING TIME

PERSON RESPONSIBLE

1. Submission of Requirements

1.1 The office

will review and check all requirements

This service is FREE of charge

2 minutes

Annalyn Nery

 

1.2 Computation of General Weighted Average

This service is FREE of charge

3 minutes

Mary Ann Polo

 

1.3 Evaluation and Approval

This service is FREE of charge

5 minutes

Engr. Melody Imelda “Pinky” Umali-Tubig

2. Issuance of Enrolment Slip

2.1 Scholars/ Grantees who passed the evaluation following the Scholarship Retention Guidelines will be issued Renewal Enrolment slip

 

 

Mary Ann Polo

TOTAL

None

10 minutes

 


A.  SCHOLARSHIP BENEFITS:

 

Scholars and Grantees are entitled of FREE TUITION FEE (FULL) at Rizal Technological

University.

 

In compliance to City Ordinance 704, S-2018: An Ordinance Reprogramming the System of the Scholarship Grants of the City of Mandaluyong, scholars and grantees will receive the following monthly allowance:

 

SCHOLARS

Two Thousand Five Hundred Pesos per month (P2,500.00/month)

GRANTEES

Two Thousand Pesos per month (P2,000.00/month)

 

 

B.  FOR SCHOLARSHIP RETENTION

 

a.  Academic Load

     Full load per curriculum schedule each semester. Course must be finished within the num- ber of years stated in the contract.

     Cross-enrolment requires RTU and City Scholarship Officer approval; expenses shall be

on the account of the recipient.

 

b.  Shifting of Course

     Requires approval of the Dean and City Scholarship Officer;

     Shifting is allowed only after the first year;

     Lacking subject(s) should be taken during summer; tuition and miscellaneous fees on the

account of the recipient.

 

c.  Dropping of Subjects: follow

     Dropping is accepted on a case-to-case basis.

     Lacking Subject(s) should be taken during summer; the tuition and miscellaneous fees on

the account of the recipient.

 

d.  Incomplete Grades:

     Three (3) incomplete grades, a ground for termination;

     Completed passing grade must be submitted within one (1) month from the renewal peri- od.

 

e.  Deferment:

Deferment of scholarship requires approval of the City Scholarship Officer. Acceptable rea- sons are as follows;

     Illness supported by medical certificate;

     Psychological/emotional problems certified by the school guidance counselor;

     Death of father and/or mother; or

     Others on a case-to-case basis.


f.  Weighted Average:

-  Scholar

     Engineering & Technology-2.50 or better

     Other Courses-2.25 or better

 

-  Grantee- no required GWA, as long as all grades are passing.

 

 

C.  STATUS OF SCHOLARSHIP/GRANTS

 

-  Scholar

1.  Regular

CEIT – 2.5 and above GW

NON CEIT – 2.25 and above GWA

2.  Warning

CEIT – GWA is 2.5 & above but with combination grades of 2.75 and 3.0

NON CEIT – GWA is 2.25 & above but with combination grades of 2.50 & 2.75

 

-  Grantee

1. Approved – if no failing grades.

2. Terminated if with failing grades

3. Probationary

 

 

D.  TERMINATION

 

-  Scholar

     Failing grades(s), 3 INC’s, DROPPED, WITHDRAW, 4.0 and below GWA

 

-  Grantee

     Failing grades(s), 3 INC’s, DROPPED, WITHDRAW, 4.0


CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES

 

January – Releasing of First Allowance for the Second Semester

- Announcement of Scholarship Program through tarpaulins and school-to-school

campaigns by current CMCSA officers.

 

February – Releasing of Second Allowance for the Second Semester

 

April – Releasing of Last Allowance for the Second Semester

-  Application for Scholarship (April 1-14)

-  Scholars’ Recognition Day at RTU (2nd Week)

-  Renewal of grant for summer enrollees

-  Scholarship Examination (3rd Week)

-  Releasing of Qualified Scholars (4th Week)

 

May – Submission of additional requirements of scholarship examination passers

-  Renewal Period (until June)

-  Brigada Eskuwela in the chosen public school in Mandaluyong City (3rd Week)

-  Seminar - Orientation of all new recipients together with their Parents/ Guardians (4th Week)

 

June – Memorandum of Agreement Signing between new scholars & grantees and Mayor Benhur Abalos witnessed by Dr. Jesus Rodrigo Torres & Mr. Delfin M. Asistio. Monday Morning Program, Mandaluyong Executive Building. (1st Week)

-  Oath taking of newly-elected officers

-  Team Building-Seminar of newly-elected CMCSA Officers July – Releasing of first Allowance for the First Semester September – Releasing of Second Allowance for the First Semester October – Renewal Period of Scholars & Grantees

November – Releasing of Last Allowance for the First Semester

 

December – Give-A-Gift Project of scholars and grantees


CMCSA PRESIDENTS, 1996- SY 2013-2014

 

In 1996 the City of Mandaluyong Collegiate Scholarship Association (CMCSA) was established by former Coun. Delfin M. Asistio, the CEPEC Chair, and Engr. Pinky Umali-Tubig, the Scholarship Officer. The purpose of which was to train the officers to become a good leader and to act as the mediator between the City Scholarship Office and CMCS scholars. The first president of the said scholars’ association was Adrian Isidro who became the president for four consecutive years, 1996-2000. He graduated in year 2000 of BSE- Major in Gen. Science and now in Alaska,

U.S.A and working as Physics Professor.

 

CMCSA Presidents

 

1996-2000 - Adrian Isidro, BSE- Gen. Science

 

2000-2001 - Mark Milane Jogno, BS Computer Eng’g 2001-2002 - Amalia Del Rosario- BS Industrial Psychology 2002-2004 - Alvin Joseph Migrino, BS Computer Eng’g 2004-2005 - Mary Joy C. Oreta, BSBA-Management

2005-2006 - Alvin Joseph Migrino, BS Computer Eng’g

 

2006-2007 - Joey Destreza, BS Instrumentation & Control Eng’g. 2007-2008 - Arlene Rosal, BS Electronics & Comm. Eng’g.

2008-2009 - Roxana Adricula, BS Political Science

 

2009-2010 - Sarah Jane Sanclaria, BS Sec. Education-English Major 2010-2011 - Johnvert Labos, BS Mechanical Eng’g.

2011-2012 - Genesis Espiritu, BS Electronics & Comm. Eng’g. 2012-2013 - Jezar Tungcod, BS Industrial & Tech. Eng’g.

2013-2014 - Jose Ramon Cruz, BS Electrical Eng’g


FEEDBACK AND COMPLAINTS MECHANISM

How to send feedback

The person can either (1) go directly to the

Scholarship Office or (2) call the hotline.

How feedbacks are processed

The office will assess and evaluate all feedback through tools and forms provided by the government

How to file a complaint

The person can either (1) go directly to the Scholarship Office or (2) call the hotline with the provided contact information

How complaints are processed

The office will assess and evaluate all feedback through tools and forms provided by the government

 

 

 

Office

Address

Contact Information

City Educational Service Office

Mandaluyong City Hall

8531-0070