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All about MASTECH

PART ONE- THE MASTECHians EDUCATION

ARTICLE I- MASTECH EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

Section I- THE VISION OF THE FOUNDER

EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY Section I- THE VISION OF THE FOUNDER The founder Mr. Julian Yago Dar was

The founder Mr. Julian Yago Dar was born by both natives of Malacbang, Paracale Camarines Norte. He originated from a middle class family and struggled to finish education. In his quest to use his capabilities and impart knowledge and technical skills, Manpower Advanced Studying in Technical Training Center Inc., started its operation on 2001.

Through his aspirations of helping his fellow countrymen to trounce poverty, this institution shall endeavor to provide the highest quality of competency-based technical education in areas of Information Technology, Consumer Electronics. The institution shall provide culture of excellence to improve the quality of life by offering affordable education especially to those average and low income families of the community and the nearby cities and municipalities. Furthermore, it employs competent teaching personnel that possess comprehensive knowledge and trainings in various competencies under the guidelines promulgate by the government overseeing body.

This institution shall continue its quests to discover ways to introduce innovative ideas for advancements in order to cope with the modern technology and job market needs.

The founder envisioned that this institution will be recognized and ranked among the top providers of the highest quality of technical education in the country.

Section II- EDUCATIONAL MANDATE

The educational philosophy of MASTECH rest on its commitment to be of service to the Filipino people through the provision of an environment where there would be opportunities to relate theories and knowledge to practical training. We are focuses the students to a life and future already integrated with the real working world.

With this theory in education, the President’s then dedicate itself to the molding of the Filipino people in attaining a dream to take an active role in the education and training students through continuous innovation in education program and evaluation of industry needs.

Section III- OUR VISION AND MISSION

VISION

MASTECH believes that through technical education, the Filipino can be competitive and productive citizen of his country

MISSION

The mission of MASTECH is to provide a quality technical/vocational based education in all levels.

ARTICLE II- ACADEMIC POLICIES and OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

Section I- ADMISSION POLICIES

MASTECH is committed to academic excellence and social responsibility. In turn, the school admin requires from students a pledge to uphold the academic standards of the school.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

4 pieces 1x1 ID picture with green background

2 pieces ID picture passport size with white background and name tag

High School Report Card/Form 138/Form 137

High School Diploma (For High School Graduate/College Level)

Elementary Diploma (For High School Undergraduate)

Official Transcript of Records (For College Graduate/Level)

College Diploma (For College Graduate)

Section II- ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM

MASTECH SCHOLARS

Tuition fee support is awarded to student who will pass the scholarship examination which will be given on the first day of classes. Student who got the average of 50% of correct score will be given 50% discount on TUITION FEE.

GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM

Student who will be availing government scholarships program must submit the endorsement letter coming from the respective agency. He/she MUST also submit the necessary requirements for confirmation.

Section III- POLICY ON CHANGING OF COURSE, SCHEDULE AND DROPPING OF COURSE

1. Official dropping of course and/or changing of schedule is allowed only up to the first day of classes. Application of the abovementioned should be made using the form available at the Registrar’s office, subject to the School Director’s approval.

2. A student may change his/her schedule of classes only when a conflict arises and only upon approval of the School Director.

3. A student unofficially dropping the course after the given period will be given a failing grade and he/she may be charged all the school fees in full.

Section IV- CLASS ATTENDANCE AND ABSENCES

This policy on attendance aims to:

Provide standard guidance for students, instructors and administrators/officers.

Proper monitoring and discourage numerous absences.

ABSENCES

1. From the first day of classes until the last day of classes of each batch, students are expected to attend promptly and regularly their corresponding session.

2. Classes start promptly fifteen (15) minutes after time schedule. A student will be marked late if he/she joins 5(five) minutes from the start of the class and will be marked absent otherwise.

3. Three counts of tardiness are equivalent to one (1) absence.

4. Three counts of absences can be tolerated otherwise student must justify the reason of his/her absences.

5. All students are given three (3) maximum absences. In excess the students shall be called by the administrative assistant for personal dialogue.

6. The above mentioned allowable absences cover both excused and unexcused absences. However, absences due to prolonged illness may be given due consideration by the faculty member/instructor upon approval of the school director/directress.

NOTE: Students MUST pay for the amount covering the whole six (6) months tuition and miscellaneous fees. No consideration will be given to any absences, excuses or any reasons so as to exempt him/her from the above mentioned responsibility. This institution therefore, imposed strict compliance to the above mentioned policy in attendance in order to acquire full knowledge proposed for a competency based training program.

Section V- EXAMINATION POLICIES and PROCEDURES

1. There are three (3) major examinations during the entire course: first prelim; second mid-term and third finals.

2. The examination permit (admission slip) is a pre-requisite for taking the examination. This shall be presented to the faculty on the examination day.

Section VI- GRADING SYSTEM

1. The grading system at Manpower Advanced Studying in Technical Training Center Inc. is based on the quality of the students work. Analysis of the quality of performance takes into consideration the recitation, quizzes, reports, attendance, laboratory (practical works) and examination which generally are indicators of the mastery of the subject matter. Attitude towards learning as indicated by classroom behavior is likewise taken into consideration.

2. Grades are issued by the instructor to the admin office three days (3) after the examination and it will be posted at the school bulletin board.

3. There are three (3) major examination during the whole six (6) months; Prelim, Mid- term and Finals. No special exam will be given to the students who failed to attend the class during the examination time. Those students who fail to pass their grades, the admin will not be allowed to get their transcript of records and diploma.

The following grading system is used in the school admin:

1.00

=

98-100%

Excellent

1.25

=

95-97%

Very Superior

1.50

=

92-94%

Superior

1.75

=

89-91%

Very Good

2.00

=

86-89%

Very Satisfactory

2.25

=

83-85%

Good;

2.50

=

80-82%

Satisfactory

2.75

=

77-79%

Fair;

3.00

=

75-76%

Passed

5.00

=

Below 75%

Failed

Section VII- GRADUATION

Only those students who have successfully completed all courses required in their curriculum and took the Assessment of TESDA are eligible for graduation.

GRADUATION HONORS

Recognition for academic achievements and awards shall be given to students who complete their courses with the following cumulative averages, computed on the basis of subjects, provided he/she has no grades lower than 2.00 in any subject.

Graduates with Distinction

2.00

average grade

3 rd Honor

1.75

average grade

2 nd Honor

1.50

average grade

1 st Honor

1.00 to 1.25

average grade

Section VIII- ISSUANCE OF TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS AND DIPLOMA

Issuance of Transcript of Records and Diploma are made in accordance with Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

1. The institution will only issue the Official Transcript of Records and Diploma for those who will took and passed the assessment in their respective qualification given by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

2. A request for Transcript of Records must be directed to the Registrar’s Office using the proper form.

3. A transcript may be secured three (3) to four (4) weeks from the date of request.

Section IX- POLICIES RELATED TO PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES

MODE OF PAYING TUITION FEES AND OTHER FEES

Students of Manpower Advanced Studying in Technical Training Center Inc. will pay tuition fees in forms of cash or in checks.

Check payments the following must be observed:

1. Only checks issued must be payable to MASTECH TRAINING CENTER INC.

3.

Second endorsement/Post dated checks will not be accepted.

*Checks payment will be credited only after bank clearance. The students whose check has been dishonored will continue to incur a surcharge until the account has been settled in cash. The surcharge to be imposed is 5% of the amount of the check. Students whose checks have been dishonored may no longer make subsequently payment using checks.

For cash payments

Students who pay cash/full will avail 10% discount on total assessed fee.

Installment basis

Only a portion of total assessed fee will be paid upon registration and balance will be divided into the number of meetings prescribed by this institution. Outstanding balance at the end of the season MUST be settled before the issuance of transcript of records and diploma.

UNPAID BILLS/OUTSTANDING BALANCES Graduates with still unpaid bills/outstanding balances will not be issued their diploma and transcript of records unless their accounts are fully settled.

Section X- REFUNDS

Claims for refund are made according to the following:

1. When a student’s registers in a school, it is understood that he/she is enrolling for the entire course.

2. A student who transfer or otherwise withdraws in writing within twenty four (24) hours may be charged 10% of the amount paid.

3. A student, who transfer or otherwise withdraws in writing after the beginning of classes, may be charged 100% of the amount paid.

4. A student who transfer or otherwise withdraws in writing after the beginning of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition fee and other fees in full or half or for a length depends on a number of meetings regardless of whether or not he/she has actually attended classes may be charged 100% of the amount paid.

Letter of Intent (please state the reason for withdrawals).

Supporting documents (depends on the reason as stated on the letter of intent)

ARTICLE THREE- SCHOOL GUIDELINES & DISCIPLINARY MEASURES

Section I- ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE

The following forms of misconduct shall be subjected to disciplinary action following due process. All students at Manpower Advanced Studying in Technical Training Center Inc. are covered by the following rules to wit:

1. Littering, scratching on desks or printing graffiti on walls.

2. Vandalism or destruction of school property or any property belonging to any member of the school community or its visitors.

3. Unauthorized construction and or/ disposal of facilities/ equipment

training

equipment.

center

premises.

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unauthorized

use

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training

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within the

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facilities

4. Smoking or drinking within the school premises.

5. Stealing, theft or any attempt to commit the same in cash or in kind.

6. Cheating during test or examination. The following acts shall constitute cheating:

a. Possession of notes or any materials related to the exam

b. Deliberate looking at neighbor’s paper.

c. Copying from or allowing another to copy from the one’s answer sheet.

d. Talking to another without permission during the examination.

SANCTIONS

The following sanctions will be applied to erring students commensurate to the nature and gravity of the offense:

2. First Offense:

Admonition or reprimand by the officer-in-charge.

3. Second Offense:

Payment of fines

Summon of parents or guardian

Probationary status of the students

4.

Third Offense:

Summon of parents / guardian

Automatic suspension from classes (length will depend upon the gravity of the offense)

Probationary status of students

5. Fourth Offense:

Dismissal from the training center with the approval of the school president and or school director.

Section II- RULES ON UNIFORM AND IDs

All students must show their IDs and must be in uniform within the school premises from the beginning of classes up to the last day of classes. The general rule is “NO ID, NO UNIFORM, NO ENTRY”. Signs to this effect are prominently displayed at the gates and other strategic places.

UNIFORM AND ATTIRE

1. Students must wear the MASTECH uniform with standard approved design and logo every time they enter the school premises from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, Monday to Sunday.

2. Wearing of short and mini skirt is not allowed.

3. Proper wearing of footwear is strictly imposed.

IDENTIFICATION CARD

1. Each student enrolled is issued an official identification card.

2. The ID should be worn properly at all times within the school premises.

3. A student who loses her/his ID must first present a certificate of loss, which may be required from the Registrar’s office.

4. A request for new ID must be directed to the Registrar’s Office using the proper form.

ARTICLE FOUR- YOUR STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Section I- ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND STUDENT RIGHTS

Academic freedom is the primary principle from which all of the following rights and freedoms proceed.

Section II- FREEDOM TO LEARN

MASTECH recognizes that the primary right of the student is to exercise the freedom to learn. Fundamentals to this freedom are the rights to free inquiry, free expression and right to protest.

RIGHT TO FREE INQUIRY The student has the right to inquire freely into any subject matter of one’s interest to develop reasonable ideas on the basis of such inquiry.

FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION The student has the right to free expression of one’s opinion and beliefs.

RIGHT TO PROTEST This right proceeds from the freedom of expression. In the exercise of this right, the student has the responsibility to be reasonable and to refrain from using tactics which prevent the expression of opposing views or which others to accept one’s point of view.

Section III- STUDENT GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

MASTECH believes that the best methods of settling grievances against any member of the academic community are the openness, understanding and sincere dialogue. Only when all else fail should one resort to taking formal procedures to settle such grievances. If something goes wrong, those affected should not wait for a crisis situation to appear before attempting to settle the matter as soon as possible. As long as grievance is made orally, it is considered informal and is to be settled informally.

Only when a grievance is expressed in writing and duly signed does it become a formal complaint requiring a formal procedure for settlement. Following procedures are:

1.

Complaint against Faculty Member

Student must present his/her complaint to the faculty member concerned not later

than two weeks after the action complained about occurred. Complaints presented after this period will no longer be entertained.

2. Complaint against Administrator.

Student must submit the written complaint to the Administrator concerned, who will acknowledge receipt of the complaint and settle the complaint within three school days.

The school officials shall only accept complaint thru written communication, any oral/verbal communication considered as informal complaint. Complaints should undergo into formal proceeding, should there be a need to appeal further, this has to be addressed to the School President not later than three (3) days after receipt of the decision. The decision of the president is final and executory.

ARTICLE FIVE- STUDENT SERVICES

Section I- GUIDANCE, TESTING AND PLACEMENT SERVICES

The Guidance, testing and Placement Services of MASTECH manages a comprehensive career assistance program in career planning, job placement procedures and matching job opportunities with qualifications of MASTECH graduates.

Section II- MEDICAL SERVICES

The school has a regular monthly medical consultation to students, faculty and staff.

Section III- RESEARCH PROGRAMS

With the institution’s enormous emphasis on proficiency, trainers are mandated to have themselves updated with the recent criteria in terms of competency to conform with the minimum required qualifications published by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority. Through this, the institution can ensure that the teaching personnel are competent in the respective program they are teaching. They are encouraged as well to attend seminars on updates conducted by both government body and other private institutions so that they can spread those they have learned to their students.

Section IV- SCHOOL DIRECTORY

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Mr. George V. Dar, Sr.

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Chairman

Mr. Armando U. Gutierrez

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Ms. Jonaliza Dar- Gutierrez

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Corporate Secretary

Ms. Araceli L. Pabon

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Corporate Treasurer

Members

Mr. Pedro A. Santiago Ms. Flora P. Dar Mr. Julian Y. Dar Ms. Josephine Dar- Santiago

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS/STAFFS

Mr. George V. Dar, Sr.

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President

Mr. Armando U. Gutierrez

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Vice President

Ms. Jonaliza Dar- Gutierrez

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School Director

Ms. Araceli L. Pabon

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School Registrar

Ms. Flora P. Dar

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Assistant School Registrar

Mr. Pedro A. Santiago

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Marketing Manager

Ms. Nyra Teiresias A. Manalo

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Admin Manager

Ms. Roselyn A. Hugo

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Assistant Admin Manager

Ms. Floracel S. Barrozo

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Admin Officer (Dagupan Branch)

Ms. Lorelie S. Nolasco

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Admin Officer

Ms. Josephine D. Santiago

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(Dagupan Branch) Admin Officer (Lucena Branch)

Ms. Mapet T. Durante

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Admin Staff

Mr. Mark Joseph B. Carpina

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(Sta. Maria Branch) Admin Staff

Mr. Gary O. Gali

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(Sta. Maria Branch) Admin Staff

Ms. Maryknoll B. Aquino

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(Sta. Maria Branch) Admin Staff (Dagupan Branch)

Ms. Rowena R. Pagaran

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Admin Staff

Ms. Jeralyn P. Dumaluan

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(Tanay Branch) Admin Staff

Mr. Lorenzo L. Pabon

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(Malolos Branch) Admin Staff (Binangonan Branch)

Sta. Maria Branch

FACULTY

Mr. Armando U. Gutierrez

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IT Trainer/MIS President

Ms. Rossel R. Ritumalta

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IT Trainer

Mr. Albert V. Goh

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Marvin Nicolas

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Joseph M. Estrada

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Teofilo Moncada

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Dagupan Branch

Mr. Dennis B. Mastelero

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IT Trainer

Mr. Delfin N. Nicolas

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IT Trainer

Mr. Joseph M. Estrada

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Teofilo Moncada

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Lucena Branch

Mr. Brian L. Gabis

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IT Trainer

Mr. Rence Zeta

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IT Trainer

Mr. Eduardo Dela Peña

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Teofilo Moncada

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Malolos Branch

Mr. Joseph Angelo Cruz

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IT Trainer

Ms. Alice T. Pagaran

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IT Trainer

Mr. Albert V. Goh

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Marvin Nicolas

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Teofilo Moncada

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Binangonan Branch

Mr. Raul Villar

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IT Trainer

Mr. Rodulfo Quimora

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IT Trainer

Mr. Jimmy Y. Dar

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Teofilo Moncada

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Mr. Jerry Sacramento

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Tanay Branch

Mr. Roland Yangquiling

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IT Trainer

Mr. Gilbert Batingan

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IT Trainer

Ms. Analisa Nanea

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IT Trainer

Mr. Roel Velasco

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IT Trainer

Mr. Baltazar Refil

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IT Trainer

Mr. Jose Esquilona

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Electronics Trainer

Mr. Teofilo Moncada

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Mr. Jerry Sacramento

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Cellphone Technician Trainer

Mr. Rene Estrella

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Automotive Trainer

PLEDGE OF LOYALTY

I,

my ALMAMATER that I will strive to keep and protect as sacred trust her good name and traditions.

, do hereby solemnly swear that I will remain faithful and loyal to

I promise to uphold anywhere, anytime, after this significant moment the ideals or which the MASTECH

has ever stood for as love for GOD and country, adherence to family solidarity, respect for others and an

abiding faith in Divine Providence.

I do solemnly affirm in my honor, that I will perform my duties as a good alumnus of MANPOWER ADVANCED STUDYING IN TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER INC. As a citizen of the Republic of the Philippines, I impose upon myself these obligations voluntarily.

So help me GOD.