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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS

THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

REGION III COUNCIL

IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS ON YEAR END AWARDS

REVISION HISTORY: Version No. 1 2 Date 5/22/2012 5/26/2013 Revised By Pauline Yehn Sebastian John Kendrick H. Pajarin Approved By Matthew U. Gopez Zheena E. Ocampo Noted By Conrad Allan M. Alviz Conrad Allan M. Alviz Details Initial Issue Initial Issue

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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS

THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

REGION III COUNCIL

TABLE OF CONTENTS BACKGROUND ....................................................................................................................... 3 OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................................................ 3 MAJOR AWARDS.................................................................................................................... 3 MOST OUTSTANDING JPIAN ............................................................................................ 3 MOST OUTSTANDING LOCAL CHAPTER PRESIDENT ................................................. 8 MOST OUTSTANDING LOCAL CHAPTER ......................................................................10 MINOR AWARDS ...................................................................................................................13 LOCAL CHAPTER ...............................................................................................................13 MOST WELL MAINTAINED FAN PAGE ........................................................................... 13 GREENHORN AWARD ........................................................................................................ 14 SANDIWA AWARD FOR BEST ACADEMIC ACTIVITY ................................................. 14 SANDIWA AWARD FOR BEST LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY ................. 15 SANDIWA AWARD FOR BEST NON ACADEMIC ACTIVITY ........................................ 16 SANDIWA AWARD FOR PRODUCTIVITY ....................................................................... 17 SANDIWA AWARD FOR BEST COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITY ............................ 17 INDIVIDUAL .......................................................................................................................18 UNSUNG SCHOLARS ............................................................................................................18 HERCULES AWARD ............................................................................................................ 20 GAZETTEER AWARD ......................................................................................................... 21 OKEZIE AWARD .................................................................................................................. 22 ENFORCEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS .....................22 AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS ..........................................................................................22 SEPARABILITY CLAUSE ......................................................................................................23 REPEALING CLAUSE ............................................................................................................23
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BACKGROUND
The Year-End Awards is an annual event of the National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants Region III (NFJPIA-R3), patterned after the event of the National Federation, which is held mainly to give recognition and merits to the students who have excelled the most in every aspect of his/her youth (MOJ) and who have excelled the most in leading his/her co-JPIANS (MOLCP). An award is also given to the Local Chapter who had made the greatest name in the council (MOLC) with respect to the organizations achievements and participation in the Regional and National Activities. Nevertheless, to expand the delight and pride of the council, The Year End Awards includes Special Awards to be given to Local Chapters and JPIANs, who may not be the best but surely deserve to be recognized and awarded for being such great representatives of the Region 3 Council.

OBJECTIVES

The Year-End Awards of Federation Year 2013-2014 is aiming to: Uplift the characters of the students and Local Chapters who will receive the awards by recognizing them as exemplary representatives of the whole Council. Inspire the other students and Local Chapters to strive for continuous improvement and eventually excellence. Enkindle the competitive spirits of JPIANs and encourage them to make good use of their minds and talents. Promote fairness and honesty among JPIANs by the formulation of reasonable criteria for each award and making it publicly known and understood thereof. Encourage the JPIANs to be achievers of their generation.

MAJOR AWARDS (EXCELLENCE AWARDS) MOST OUTSTANDING JPIAN Overview:


The search for the Most Outstanding JPIAN recognizes the accountancy student who has exhibited the true traits of a JPIAn: a well-rounded person who excels in his academic as well as in his extracurricular activities and got the overall quality of a promising JPIAn. This search is open to all registered member of NFJPIA-R3 FY 2013-2014. He/ she must attend the 17th Regional Mid-Year Convention and the 20th Annual Regional Convention. Each Local Chapter can nominate a maximum of three candidates. The Incumbent Local Chapter President is not allowed to apply in this category.

Requirements:

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The candidate must properly secure the following documents in hard copy (to be submitted on the Executive Board Meeting in December 2013): 1. Duly signed endorsement letters from the College Dean, Incumbent JPIA Adviser and Incumbent JPIA Local Chapter President. 2. Fully Accomplished application form. 3. Certified True Copy of Grades or Transcript of Records. 4. Resume with two 2x2 colored picture (White background, corporate attire). 5. Photocopy of all corroborating evidences (certificates, medals, etc.) supporting all claims and assertions made in the bid. Photocopies of medals will only be recognized by the committee if duly certified by the award giving body (signature or dry seal). 6. Certificate of Good Moral Character. 7. Certificate from the schools registrar of the students General Average .

Qualifications:
1. Must be a bona fide member of NFJPIA FY 2013-2014. 2. No non-passing grades in all subjects taken including non-academic subjects. 3. General Average of 85% or above or its equivalent. Major subjects retaken will be given 6 units allowance. Units in excess will be grounds for disqualification. 4. Subject initially marked as incomplete would be fine as long as the completion grade is passing. 5. The candidate must not be involved in any criminal case brought upon by any competent course of jurisdiction. 6. The candidate must not have committed any violations on the NFJPIA-R3Council Constitution and By-Laws.

MOJ Proceedings:
Each qualified candidate will be subject to the following eliminations: FIRST Elimination- selection of Top 10 Outstanding JPIAn(This will be done after all entries are submitted on the Executive Board Meeting in December 2013) or of 50% plus one of the total number of applicants if less than 20. Selected Top 10 (or 50%+1) must attend the Annual Regional Convention for FINAL SCREENING. He or she must confirm his attendance 60 days prior to the 20th ARC. Failure to attend or confirm attendance ceases the right to claim such and will be given to the person who garnered the highest percentage next to him/her. The top 10 (or 50%+1) will be announced on the First Week of December 2013 at the NFJPIA R3 website with an email confirming their qualification. LATE ENTRIES shall not be accepted.

Selection of the Top 10 Outstanding JPIAns (Elimination) Criteria for Judging:

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20% 15% 15% 20% 20% 10% 100%

Scholastic Grades (All Subjects) Academic Contests Won and Participated Non-Academic Contests Won and Participated Leadership Involvement (Organizations) Social Responsibility and Awareness (Seminars) Essay Total

Scholastic Grades would be computed based on the submitted Transcript of Records. The candidate must also secure the equivalent grades imposed by his/her local chapter (e.g. If given a grade of 1= 100%). Computations of grades are cumulative. In the case of a transferee from another course, only the grades obtained from the Accountancy course or in the curriculum of Accountancy course shall be included in the computation. Academic and Non-Academic Contest/s won and participated will be based on the number of certificates (given and received during the federation year) submitted (in photocopy only). From local chapter to national achievements (accounting and/or business related in terms of academic achievements) and NFJPIA related contests will be recognized. There will be no limitations on the number of contests submitted as long as the Year End Awards Committee (composed of the Regional Vice President for Audit, Regional Council President and Regional Vice President for Membership) duly certifies it. The candidate who garnered the highest points will be the BASIS for transmuting the PERCENTAGE EQUIVALENT.

Point System for Academic and Non Academic Contests Won & Participated Place 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place Participation National 15 12 10 8 Regional 12 9 7 5 Provincial 10 7 5 3 Local Chapter 8 5 3 1

Leadership Involvement refers to the leadership affiliations (including seminars and trainings on leadership) held by the applicant during the year: Leadership Involvement Place President VP / Major Position* National 15 12 Regional 12 9 Provincial 10 17 University 8 5

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10 8 7 5 5 3

Minor Position (Organizer)** Participation

3 1

*Major Positions: (VP for (Academics, Non Academics, Executive, Finance/Treasurer, Audit, Communications/Promotions, Membership, Media & Documentation, Internal/External) **Minor Positions: Standing Committees, Committee Heads, Event Organizer In cases where position held is not enumerated above, please attach a photocopy of the portion of the Constitution where such position is described in terms of duties and scope of responsibilities. Social Responsibility refers to any activities/events he/she attended and organized in relation with social responsibility and awareness function. Social Responsibility Affiliation Place Organizer Participation National 24 18 Regional 20 15 Provincial 16 12 University 12 9 Department 8 5

NOTE: Entries in the application form with no supporting certificates will not be considered. It should be certified either by: a. The LC President& Adviser: Academic and Non Academic Contests won and participated. b. Student Affairs head, Organization President & Adviser Leadership and Social Responsibility. c. Attendance in NFJPIA activities for the federation year will be monitored by the YEA Committee. Essay. The essay shall be passed together with the other preliminary requirements. The topic for the essay shall be communicated to the participants directly through their e-mail addresses right after the numbers of participants are finalized. FINAL Elimination- selection of the Most Outstanding JPIAN (This will be held during the 20th ARC).

Selection of the MOJ


The candidates shall follow a schedule of interview sessions after the announcement of the Final 10. The selection of the Board of Judges is subject to the discretion of the Executive Board. Video Presentation Style and Organization Content Creativity Overall Impression Elimination Round (Refer to selection of 10 Outstanding 20% 40% 20% 20% 10% 50%
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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS

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JPIANs) Interview Content of Answers Attitude Appearance and Impression Made Communication Skills Total

35% 25% 20% 20%

40% 100%

Video Presentation The Video Presentation will be done beforehand by the candidate himself, it will be all about why he/she should be given the title Most Outstanding JPIAN. It may include how he views himself as a JPIAN and as a person and different things that are significant in his life and/or important persons to him. The candidate may freely decide how he will make it interesting as long as the content is relative and shows how he wants himself to be introduced and known. The hard copy of the video will be passed on the first day of the 20th ARC to any of the YEA Committee and will be played before the judges to serve as his introduction for the actual interview. The video should only run for a maximum of 5 minutes. It will be judged with respect to its content and not with its technological quality. Video Presentation shall be judged according to the following criteria: Style and Organization shall refer to the organization and flow of video content. Content shall be judged according to the understandability and clarity of information included in the presentation. Creativity shall be judged according to the use of music, effects, images, etc. Overall Impression shall be judged according to how the video presentation attracted and maintained the interest of viewers. Essay. The essay shall be about the nominees struggle in studying be cause of financial difficulty and how he/she manage to rise despite such challenging adversity. Each scores or ratings in each category (Elimination Round, Video Presentation and Interview) will be ranked from lowest to highest (e.g. the highest rating or score will be rank 1). The rank in each criterion will be multiplied to its corresponding percentage. Each product will be added to determine their final score. The Three (3) JPIANs who garnered the highest ranking (ranks 1-3) or lowest score will be selected and two (ranks 2-3) of which will be an Outstanding JPIAN and the one who achieved the TOP spot will be the Most Outstanding JPIAN.

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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

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MOST OUTSTANDING LOCAL CHAPTER PRESIDENT Requirements:


The candidate must properly secure the following documents in hard copy to be submitted on the December 2013 Executive Board Meeting: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Duly signed endorsement letters from the College Dean and Incumbent JPIA Adviser. Certified True Copy of Grades or Transcript of Records with Grading System and GWA. Resume with two 2x2 colored picture. Certificate of Good Moral Character. Certificate of Attendance in the 17th MYC. Evaluation form from the incumbent Adviser. (The form shall be provided by the YEA Committee)

Qualifications:
1. Must be a bona fide member of NFJPIA FY 2013-2014. 2. No non-passing grades in all subjects taken including non-academic subjects. 3. General Average of 85% or above or its equivalent. Major subjects retaken will be given 6 units allowance. Units in excess will be grounds for disqualification. 4. Subject initially marked as incomplete would be fine as long as the completion grade is passing. 5. The candidate must not be involved in any criminal case brought upon by any competent course of jurisdiction. 6. The candidate must not have committed any violations on the NFJPIA Region III Council Constitution and By-Laws.

MOLCP Proceedings:
Each qualified candidate will be subject to the following eliminations: FIRST Elimination- selection of Top 10 Outstanding Local Chapter President (This will be done after all entries are submitted on the Executive Board Meeting in November 2013) or of 50% plus one of the total number of applicants if less than 20. Selected Top 10 (or 50%+1) must attend the Annual Regional Convention for FINAL SCREENING. He or she must confirm his attendance 60 days prior to the 20th ARC. Failure to attend or confirm attendance ceases the right to claim such and will be given to the person who garnered the highest percentage next to him/her. The top 10 (or 50%+1) will be announced on the First Week of December 2013 at the NFJPIA R3 website with an email confirming their qualification. LATE ENTRIES shall not be accepted.

Selection of the Top 10 Outstanding Local Chapter Presidents (Elimination) Criteria for Judging:
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Leadership Involvement (Organizations) Social Responsibility and Awareness (Seminars) Essay Scholastic Grades Total *The description of the criteria can be seen on the Most Outstanding JPIAn section.

40% 30% 10% 20% 100%

FINAL Elimination- selection of the Most Outstanding JPIAN (This will be held during the 20th ARC). Selection of the MOLCP The candidates shall follow a schedule of interview sessions after the announcement of the Final 10. The selection of the Board of Judges is subject to the discretion of the Executive Board. Criteria for Judging: Elimination Round (Refer to selection of 10 Outstanding Local Chapter Presidents Collage Content Creativity Relevance to Theme Interview Content of Answers Attitude Appearance and Impression Made Communication Skills Total 50% 30% 40% 30% 35% 25% 20% 20% 10%

40% 100%

Collage. The collage will be done by the local chapter president beforehand, it will contain different pictures of things he wants to achieve, dreams and goals in life and how he want to see himself five years from now. It will be done on a 1/8 (15x10) or 1/4 (15x20) illustration board. Attitude shall be judged according to the candidates way of answering questions and his behavior during the interview. Appearance and Overall Impression made shall refer to the physical appearance in terms of attire, posture, gestures, grooming, etc. and the impression made by such appearance.

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Communication Skills shall be judged according to the participants voice quality, use of words, grammar and fluency. The candidate will present the collage to the judges before the actual interview to serve as his introduction, it will be judged by the content and how he presents it and not by its appearance. The candidate will be given only 5 minutes to present the said collage. Each scores or ratings in each category (Essay, Scholastic Grades, Collage and Interview) will be ranked from lowest to highest (e.g. the highest rating or score will be rank 1). The rank in each criterion will be multiplied to its corresponding percentage. Each product will be added to determine their final score. The Three (3) Local Chapter Presidents who garnered the highest ranking (ranks 1-3) or lowest score will be selected and two(ranks 2-3) of which will be the Outstanding Local Chapter President and the one who achieved the TOP spot will be the Most Outstanding Local Chapter President.

MOST OUTSTANDING LOCAL CHAPTER Overview:


The search for the Most Outstanding Local Chapter recognizes the Local Chapter that has performed its duties and served its members to provide an environment where one can harness his skills toward academic excellence and social awareness.

Requirements:
The LC must properly secure the following documents in hard copy: 1. CD copy- Flash/Movie Presentation of no less than 2 minutes but no more than 5 minutes summarizing the activities of the Local Chapter, its achievements, etc. 2. Accomplishment Report. Comprising objectives, short description, information and evaluation/report regarding each activities and photos of each event. Size: 8.5 x 11 (Short Bond Paper) 3. Financial Statements for the Federation Year as of October 31, 2013 4. Photocopy of all corroborating evidences (certificates, medals, etc.) supporting all claims and assertions made in the bid. 5. To qualify each local chapter must meet the following minimum requirements: i. They should have at least 30 delegates to the 17th MYC and 15 delegates to the 20th ARC. ii. They should send at least 3 participants to the Tree Planting Activity and Outreach Program.
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iii.

They should have pledged at least 20 participants to the National Mock Board Exam.

Requirements number 3 and 4 must be submitted on the Executive Board Meeting in November 2013. Requirements number 1 and 2 must be submitted on the registration proper on the 20th Annual Regional Convention.

Criteria:
LOCAL CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENTS Academic Achievements Non-Academic Achievements Financial Efficiency Requirement Compliance REGIONAL ACTIVITIES RMYC and ARC ACADEMICS Inspire a JPIAn Academic Seminars NFJPIA-R3 CUP Regional Mock Board Examination National Mock Board Examination NONACADEMICS Leadership Training Seminar WASH Program Simulatenous Tree Planting Activity Palarong JPIAn Reverse Caroling PANELIST INTERVIEW Content of Answers Appearance and Impression made Communication Skills Attitude LOCAL CHAPTER EXHIBIT TOTAL 35% 35% 10% 20% 20% 30% 30% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%

25%

40%

40% 35% 20% 20% 25%

25%

40% 10% 100%

Academic and Non-Academic Achievements will be based on the number of certificates (received during the federation year 2013-2014 only) submitted (in photocopy only). Both Regional Achievements (accounting and/or business related) and NFJPIA related contests will be recognized in both Academic and Non-Academic Achievements. There will be no limitations on the number of contests submitted as long as the Regional Council

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duly certifies/recognizes it. The candidate who garnered the highest points will be the BASIS for computing the PERCENTAGE EQUIVALENT. The pointing system to be used is the same as that of the Most Outstanding JPIAN. Financial Efficiency shall refer to how the Local Chapter manages and optimized the utilization of funds in organizing activities and events. This also pertains to the ability of the local chapter in dealing with financial constraints. This includes the promptness of the local chapter in following deadline of payments and compliance with the payment process as implemented by NFJPIA-R3. Requirement Compliance shall refer to the prompt compliance in submission of requirements from the beginning of the federation year up to the end. Regional Activities: The LC should have 30 and 15 registered participants for the 17 th MYC and 20th ARC respectively to get the entire 20% for each criterion. In case required number is not met, point to be obtained will be prorated based on the required number of participants. Participation for the Academic and Non Academic Regional Activities will be evaluated based on the number of participants each Local Chapter had delegated for each activity. The LC which will garner the highest point for a specific activity will be the BASIS for the computation of the PERCENTAGE EQUIVALENT. Local Chapter Exhibit The LC officers should prepare an exhibit representing their LC which they shall set up on the first day of the 20 th ARC (e.g. of content: pictures, merchandise, financial statements, and other things showing their LCs culture or tradition). They could also play their movie presentation given that they provide for the device. The candidates will be given equal space to set up their exhibit, general materials like tables and chairs will be provided by the council. The exhibit will serve as their local chapter presentation to all attendees of the 20th ARC which in turn may vote for the local chapter by dropping 1php on the respective drop boxes of the Local Chapter also located on their Exhibit Each scores or ratings in each category (Local Chapter Achievements, Regional Acti vities, Exhibit and Panelists Interview) will be ranked from lowest to highest (e.g. the highest rating or score will be rank 1). The rank in each criterion will be multiplied to its corresponding percentage. Each product will be added to determine their final score. The Four (3) Local Chapters who garnered the highest ranking (ranks 1-3) or lowest score will be selected and two (ranks 2-3) of which will be the Outstanding Local Chapter and the one who achieved the TOP spot will be the Most Outstanding Local Chapter. *Three CONSECUTIVE years of achieving the Most Outstanding Local Chapter will be given proper recognition by placing the Local Chapter to the Regional Federations Hall of Fame.

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Minor Awards

Objective: To recognize the local chapters efforts to excel in their own ways and also to give awards for those who may not be the most outstanding but surely deserves the recognition, and through continuous efforts to improve, will eventually have their time to be the best Local Chapter.

Local Chapter
General Requirements: Accomplishment Report Endorsement Letter signed by the Local Chapter Dean, President and Adviser Duly Accomplished Application Form *1st and 2nd general requirement is not applicable to the Most Well Maintained Fan Page. General Qualifications: Bid at least two (2) delegates to the 20th Annual Regional Convention. Bid at least ten (10) delegates to the 17th Regional Mid-Year Convention

Most Well Maintained Fan Page


Description This award is given to the Local Chapter who has maintained their own Fan Page well. It will be judged according to the content of the fan page, the timeliness of announcements, relevance of posts and number of likes. As stated in the IRR on Communications and Media, all Local Chapters are required to have their own fan page then all Local Chapter are qualified for this award. Specific Requirements Collage Criteria Technical Content Interaction Collage Creativity Content Relevance to Theme Total
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30% 40% 20% 30% 40% 30%

10% 100%
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Technical shall refer to Completeness of information in posts, Design and Use of graphics of posts. Content shall refer to quantity and quality of information, relevance and timeliness of posts. Interaction shall refer to Quality of Interaction of members and Fan Page Admin and Quality of Peer-To-Peer Interactions. Collage. The collage will be done by the Local Chapter Officers beforehand, it must contain different pictures of things they want for their members to achieve and how social media will help them achieve these dreams and how can it make a difference in the lives of their members. It will be done on a 1/8 (15x10) or 1/4 (15x20) illustration board.

Rookie Award
Description: This award will be given to a Local Chapter new to the Council (at most 2 years member up to the present federation year). The LC must demonstrate a progression of growth throughout the present federation year as indicated by their programming and membership along with fostering personal and professional excellence in its members. Specific Requirements: Complete and Extensive documentation of activities. Essay written by the Local Chapter President to be written & passed on the 20th ARC. Specific Qualification: The Local Chapter must be a member of the Regional Council for not more than 2 years. Criteria: Documentation Essay Accomplishment of Own Activities Attendance in R3 Activities Total 30% 10% 40% 20% 100%

Sandiwa Award for Best Academic Activity


Description: This award is given to the Local Chapter who has held the most worthwhile academic event in line with the Councils objectives and goals. It will be judged according to the objectives of the event, pa rticipation of members and the Local Chapters way in promoting the event.

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Every Local Chapter is allowed to bid only one academic activity. Each Local Chapter is expected to choose the highest competence event they held. Specific Requirements: CD copy- Movie Presentation of no less than 2 minutes but no more than 5 minutes summarizing the activity, including promotional strategies. Financial Statements relating to the activity. (Liquidation Report and Statement of Cash Flows) Criteria: Objectives Participation Video Presentation Financial Success of the Activity Promotion Total 40% 20% 10% 10% 20% 100%

Objectives of the event shall be judged according to the adjacency to the councils objectives. Participation shall refer to the percentage of the members of the local chapter attending the event over its total members. Promotion refers to the publicizing and advertising the style of the local chapter to persuade their members to persuade their members to be present in their activity. It may include catchy title, advertisements, etc. Financial Success of the Activity shall be judged according to how the local chapter managed its resources or budget assigned for the activity which will be evidenced by the financial statements of the local chapter relating to the activity.

Sandiwa Award for Best Leadership Development Activity


Description: This award is given to a Local Chapter that held an exceptional activity for the development of leadership skills of its members. Every local chapter is allowed to bid only one exceptional activity. Each local chapter is expected to choose the best event they held. Specific Requirements:

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CD copy- Movie Presentation of no less than 2 minutes but no more than 5 minutes summarizing the activity, including promotional strategies. Financial Statements relating to the activity. (Liquidation Report and Statement of Cash Flows) Criteria: Objectives Participation Video Presentation Financial Success of the Activity Promotion Total 40% 20% 10% 10% 20% 100%

*The description of the each criterion can be seen on Sandiwa Award for Best Academic Activity. **The criteria for video presentation can be seen on Sandiwa Award for Best Academic Activity.

Sandiwa Award for Best Non-Academic Activity


Description: This award is given to the Local Chapter who has held the most effective activity in building unity and solidarity among its members. Every local chapter is allowed to bid only one exceptional activity. Each local chapter is expected to choose the best event they held. Specific Requirements: CD copy- Movie Presentation of no less than 2 minutes but no more than 5 minutes summarizing the activity, including promotional strategies. Financial Statements relating to the activity. (Liquidation Report and Statement of Cash Flows) Criteria: Objectives Participation Video Presentation Financial Success of the Activity Promotion Total 40% 20% 10% 10% 20% 100%

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*The description of the each criterion can be seen on Sandiwa Award for Best Academic Activity. **The criteria for video presentation can be seen on Sandiwa Award for Best Academic Activity.

Sandiwa Award for Productivity


Description: The Most Productive Local Chapter will be awarded to the LC with the highest number of conducted activities which was all held for bringing effective and reasonable purpose and it will also be judged by the progression of their financial capability throughout the year. The basis for this will be the Accomplishment Reports and Financial Statements passed beforehand. This will also include their activeness in participating in the activities of the Council. Specific Requirements: Complete and extensive documentation of activities. Audited Financial Statements until December 2013 Criteria: Accomplishment of Own Activities (Based on the Plan of Action submitted on the beginning of the Federation Year) Financial Stability Attendance in R3 Activities Total 40% 40% 20% 100%

Sandiwa Award for Best Community Service Activity


Description: The Local Chapter receiving this award has conducted or participated in a community service activity that contributed to the broader mission of the Council and encouraged students to engage in service through these experiences. Every Local Chapter is allowed to bid only one community awareness activity. Each Local Chapter is expected to choose the best event they held. Specific Requirements: CD copy- Movie Presentation of no less than 2 minutes but no more than 5 minutes summarizing the activity, including promotional strategies. Financial Statements relating to the activity. (Liquidation Report and Statement of Cash Flows)

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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

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Criteria: Objectives Participation Video Presentation Financial Success of the Activity Promotion Total 40% 20% 10% 10% 20% 100%

*The description of the each criterion can be seen on Sandiwa Award for Best Academic Activity. **The criteria for video presentation can be seen on Sandiwa Award for Best Academic Activity.

Individual Category Objective:


To recognize extraordinary and worthy JPIANs who excel in their own ways. These awards are made to inspire and motivate JPIANs to be achievers of their generation. General Requirements: 1. Duly Accomplished Application Form 2. Endorsement Letter of the Local Chapter President & Adviser 3. Certificate of Good Moral Character 4. Copy of School I.D and Current Registration Form

Unsung Scholars Description:


This award intends to recognized students who excelled in their own classes or school but do not grab or are not given the chance to compete on academic competitions and have faced financial difficulty throughout his/her college life.

Objectives:
To recognize JPIANs who are not given the chance to compete in Academic Events of the Regional Council and National Federation but displays Academic Excellence in their own Local Chapters. To persuade students to pursue Academic Excellence despite challenging adversities. To recognize the struggle of JPIANs and award those who never give up.
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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

REGION III COUNCIL

Requirements:
The Local Chapter must properly secure the following documents in hard copy (to be submitted on December 2013): 1. Duly signed endorsement letters from the College Dean, Incumbent JPIA Adviser and Incumbent JPIA Local Chapter President. 2. Fully Accomplished Application form. 3. Certified True Copy of Grades or Transcript of Records. 4. Resume with two 2x2 picture. 5. Certificate from the schools registrar of the students General Average. 6. Certificate of Indigency 7. CD copy- Movie Presentation of no less than 5 minutes but no more than 7 minutes introducing the candidate, summary of achievements, etc.

Qualifications:
1. 2. 3. 4. Must be a bona fide member of NFJPIA FY 2013-2014. He/ She must be a graduating student of BSA. He/She must have no grade below 85% on any subject. The candidate must not be involved in any criminal case brought upon by any competent course of jurisdiction. 5. Must not have participated in Academic Events of Region III Council and National Federation. 6. Must be financially unstable. (Supported by a Certificate of Indigency)

Unsung Scholars Proceedings:


Only a maximum of one nominee for each Local Chapter is allowed. It will be upon the discretion of the LC officers to choose their nominees. The determination of the Unsung Scholars will rely to the general average of the candidate, the video presentation, and the essay which shall be passed on December 2013.

Criteria:
Scholastic Grade Video Presentation Essay Total 50% 25% 25% 100%

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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

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Scholastic Grades will be computed based on the submitted Transcript of Records. The candidate must also secure the equivalent grades imposed by his/her local chapter (e.g. If given a grade of 1= 100%). Computations of grades are cumulative. In the case of a transferee from another course, only the grades obtained from the Accountancy course or in the curriculum of Accountancy course shall be included in the computation. Video Presentation shall be judged according to the following criteria: Style and Organization Content Creativity Overall Impression Total Style and Organization shall refer to the organization and flow of video content. Content shall be judged according to the understandability and clarity of information included in the presentation. Creativity shall be judged according to the use of music, effects, images, etc. Overall Impression shall be judged according to how the video presentation attracted and maintained the interest of viewers. Essay. The essay shall be about the nominees struggle in studying because of financial difficulty and how he/she manage to rise despite such challenging adversity. The Top 5 Unsung Scholars will be recognized and awarded equally. 20% 40% 20% 20% 100%

Hercules Award
Description: This award will give recognition to the student who excelled in sports throughout the year. The student will be judged according to his/her participation and achievements to sports activities. Showing brilliance in not just one sport is acceptable. Specific Requirements: Compilation of proofs or certificates of contests participated and won. Transcript of grades for the first semester 2013 Specific Qualification: Must not have any failing grade
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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

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Must attend and won an event in the Palarong JPIAn Point System:

Sports Competition Won and Participated Level Placed Participated National 24 18 Regional 20 15 Provincial 16 12 University 12 9 Department 8 5

Gazetteer Award
Description: This award will give recognition to the student who displayed excellent performance in journalism. The student will be judged according to his/her articles made/publications handled throughout his college life. Specific Requirements Scrapbook of articles made. May contain pictures showing experiences of being a journalist. Transcript of Records Letter of Certification from the Office of Student Affairs declaring that the participant is holding a position in the Publication of their school. Specific Qualifications Must not have any failing grades. Must hold a position in the Publication of their Local Chapter for the F.Y. 2013-2014. Criteria: Quality of Articles Quantity of Articles Collage Creativity Content Relevance to Theme Total 40% 30% 20% 50% 30%

30% 100%

Quality of Articles shall be judged according to content, use of words, layout, and factors that catches the interest of readers.

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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

REGION III COUNCIL

Okezie Award
Description: This award will give recognition to the student who maintained well his/her academic standing while pursuing studies as a working student. The student will be judged according to the weight of his/her job against his/her subjects and according to his/her academic standing as well. Special Requirements Certificate from Employer Transcript of Grades for the First semester of A.Y 2013-2014 Copy of Work Schedule signed by Employer Copy of Subjects Schedule signed by Registrar and/or Adviser Specific Qualifications Must not have any failing grades Must have worked for the whole first semester

ENFORCEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS


A. B. It shall be the primary duty of the Regional Vice President for Audit and the Council to effectively enforce the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations. The Council also has the sole right to interpret the contents of this Implementing Rules & Regulations and their decision will be binding and irrevocable. The Regional Adviser or his duly designated representative shall act as legal adviser to the Regional Vice President for Audit and the Council and shall render legal assistance as may be necessary in carrying out the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations.

AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS
A. B. C. D. The Council shall be vested with the exclusive power to revise and amend the Implementing Rules and Regulations. Any amendments to or revisions to this Implementing Rules and Regulations may be proposed by any member of any local chapter upon a written request of such member, stating the reasons thereto. Any request for amendments and revisions as well as proposed amendments must initially be reviewed by the Regional Vice President for Finance then to be forwarded to the Regional Executive Officers for discussion, editing and final approval and to be noted by the Regional Adviser. The Regional Executive Officers shall have the right to debunk any proposed revisions and amendments, submitted to them by the Regional Vice President for Finance, which are deemed unnecessary. The final decision on any inclusions and exclusions to this Implementing Rules and Regulations must be determined by a majority vote of all Regional Executive Officers in which the Regional Vice President for Finance is included.
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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

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E.

Amendments to particular provisions in this Implementing Rules and Regulations shall be allowed provided that such amendments will be communicated to stakeholders at least two weeks before it could take effect.

SEPARABILITY CLAUSE
If any clause, provision, paragraph or part of this Implementing Rules and Regulations shall be declared unconstitutional or invalid, such judgment shall not affect, invalidate, or impair any other part hereof, but shall be merely confined to the clause, provision, paragraph or part directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment has been rendered.

REPEALING CLAUSE
Any rule and regulation or resolution or part/s thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

EFFECTIVITY This Implementing Rules and Regulations shall take effect immediately after its presentation and approval from the Assembly.

Prepared by: ___________________________________ John Kendrick H. Pajarin VICE PRESIDENT FOR AUDIT Colegio de San Juan de Letran - Bataan Approved by: ___________________________________ Zheena E. Ocampo PRESIDENT Systems Plus College Foundation ___________________________________ Francis Xavier W. Ferrer VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMICS Systems Plus College Foundation

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THE ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON Federation Year 2013 2014 R3: Reaching Greater Heights Celebrating Three Decades of Unifying and Empowering the JPIAn Spirit

REGION III COUNCIL

___________________________________ Emil Julius T. David VICE PRESIDENT FOR NON ACADEMICS Holy Angel University

___________________________________ Leila Victoria R. Antonio VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE Wesleyan University - Philippines

___________________________________ Enrico C. Rivera VICE PRESIDENT FOR MEMBERSHIP Tarlac State University

___________________________________ Adrianne B. Harve VICE PRESIDENT FOR COMMUNICATIONS University of the Assumption

___________________________________ Jane T. Villanueva VICE PRESIDENT FOR MEDIA Wesleyan University - Philippines

___________________________________ Roy James S. Enrile SECRETARY GENERAL Baliuag University

Noted by: ___________________________________ Conrad Allan M. Alviz, CPA, CISA ADVISER SGV & Co.

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