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ELECTRONIC STUDENT RECORD MANAGEMENT OF CEBU


TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY-TABOGON EXTENSION CAMPUS

An Undergraduate Thesis Proposal


Presented to the
Panel of Examiners
Cebu Technological University-Daanbantayan Campus
TABOGON EXTENSION
Poblacion, Tabogon, Cebu

In Partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION
AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

By

Bacu, Ariel S.
Monteron, Lorieneth D.
Ornopia, Ryan Rey B.
Paglinawan, Bobbie L.
Sebes, Nizah Marie M.

November 2017
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APPROVAL SHEET
In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science

in Information and Communication Technology this thesis entitled

“ELECTRONIC STUDENT RECORD MANAGEMENT OF CEBU

TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY – TABOGON EXTENSION CAMPUS” has

been prepared and submitted by ARIEL S. BACU, LORIENETH D.

MONTERON, BOBBIE L. PAGLINAWAN, RYAN REY B. ORNOPIA AND

NIZAH MARIE M. SEBES are hereby recommended for acceptance and

approval of conducting this study.

THESIS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

RUBEN M. UNGUI, Ph.D.


Chairman

MARIA THERESA CATAM-ISAN ARVIN B. SALERA, LPT, M. Ed Math


Adviser Member

CLAIRE P. MENCHAVEZ ALERICA B. FRIAS, MAV. Ed.


Censor Member

PANEL OF EXAMINER
Approved by the Panel of Examiner in an Oral Examination that will be
held on September 15, 2017..
Action taken by the panel:

RUBEN M. UNGUI, Ph.D.


Chairman
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MARIA THERESA CATAM-ISAN ARVIN B. SALERA, LPT, M. Ed.


Math
Adviser Member

CLAIRE P. MENCHAVEZ ALERICA FRIAS, MAV. Ed.


Censor Member

ACCEPTED and APPROVED in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the


degree of Bachelor of Science in Information and Communication Technology.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

First of all, we are grateful To the Almighty God for establishing us to

conduct this study.

To our Research Instructor, Mr. Arvin B. Salera and our Research

Adviser, Ms. Maria Theresa A. Catam-isan, we would like to express our

gratitude for their continuous support of our study and research. Their guidance,

patience and share of knowledge helped us throughout the writing of this

proposal. We could not have imagined being independent in this study.

To our parents, who guided us, cared for us, provided us moral support

and sent us to school, we thank thee.

To our family and friends who never left us, gave us advices and

encouragements to keep on the quest, we thank you all. Without those

encouragements we wouldn’t have the strength to keep on.

We also want to extend our deepest gratitude to the people who directly

and indirectly lent their helping hand in this scheme.


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DEDICATION

This work is dedicated to my parents whose love, unselfish support and

example over many years laid the foundations for discipline and application

necessary to do this study.

Ariel S. Bacu
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DEDICATION

I humbly dedicate this study to my parents whose love, unselfish support

and example over many years laid the foundation for the discipline and

application necessary to complete this work.

Lorieneth D. Monteron
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DEDICATION

I dedicate this study to my mother; a strong gentle soul who taught to

believe in hardwork and that so much could be done with little.

I also dedicate this study to my grandparents and siblings who has always

been my strength in all the challenges I faced.

I also dedicate this to people who indirectly and directly gave us help to

finish this study.

And to our Almighty God, for guiding me always in every day of my life.

Ryan Rey B. Ornopia


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DEDICATION

This work is dedicated to my parents, whose love and unending support

pushes me through to continue the fight no matter what happens. And to our

Almighty God who lit up my darkest days and continues to give me strength and

will to keep on.

Bobbie L. Paglinawan
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DEDICATION

I humbly dedicate this study to the enhancement of Cebu Technological

University – Tabogon Extension Campus.

I also dedicate this study to my family whose support and assistance have

made possible the fruition of our efforts. To my friends who helped me by

cheering me up when things get rough.

And most of all to our Almighty God, the author of knowledge and wisdom

who made this possible.

Nizah Marie M. Sebes


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Table of Contents

Title Page .............................................................................................................. i

Approval Sheet ....................................................................................................... ii

Acknowledgement .................................................................................................. iv

Dedication .............................................................................................................. v

Chapter 1

Rationale of the study....................................................................................... 1

Literature Background ...................................................................................... 3

Statement of the Problem ................................................................................. 6

Significance of the Study .................................................................................. 6

Research Methodology .................................................................................... 8

Research Design .............................................................................................. 8

Flow of the Study.............................................................................................. 8

Locale of the Study........................................................................................... 10

Research Procedure ........................................................................................ 12

Definition of Terms ........................................................................................... 14

Chapter 2

Results and Discussion .................................................................................... 15

Chapter 3

Summary .......................................................................................................... 17

Findings ............................................................................................................ 18

Conclusion ....................................................................................................... 19
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Recommendation ............................................................................................. 20

Chapter 4

The Output ....................................................................................................... 21

Bibliography ........................................................................................................... 29

Appendix A ............................................................................................................. 30

Appendix B ............................................................................................................. 32

Curriculum Vitae ..................................................................................................... 33


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List of Figures

Conceptual Framework .......................................................................................... 5

Flow of the Study .................................................................................................... 9

Map of Cebu Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus .................. 11

Table Design View.................................................................................................. 25

Table Datasheet View ............................................................................................ 26

Form Design View .................................................................................................. 27

Form View .............................................................................................................. 28


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List of Tables

Database Table Design .....................................................................................................21


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Chapter 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE

INTRODUCTION

Rationale of the Study

From birth to death, people generate and consume data (Coronel &

Morris, 2017).

For centuries; paper work has been used by institutions to record

information; however there are drawbacks to this kind of information

management. It takes up much time for storing, sorting, and analyzing, updating,

retrieving and finding records in this way. Institutions, specifically universities and

colleges having this kind of information management have a hard time in doing

such tasks with paper works. Problems usually arise such as data redundancy,

inconsistency, data loss. Also paper works takes up too much space in an office.

With the rising population of students and the fast pace improvement of the

world’s technology, most universities and colleges have switched from manual

database to electronic database.

Databases are used in organizations worldwide starting from small

institutions to big institutions. According to Agarwal (2012), a database is a

collection of information which is designed to store large bodies of information in


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an organized and structured manner that makes it easier to manage and retrieve

data. Handling large information means there is a need to improve the

information management if it is poor.

Coronel and Morris (2017) said that data is managed more efficiently and

effectively when it is stored in a database. Electronic database has a handful of

advantages over manual database. Tasks done are much easier, less money is

spent, less storage and less time is consumed when electronic database is used.

Cebu Technological University-Tabogon Extension has just recently

started which means the university has to start from the bottom. As a rising

university, the management is quiet meager. Facilities in the university are

rundown from inside and outside the rooms; lack of computers, security in the

university, nonexistence of library, absence of offices for managing the different

sectors and organizations of the university with regards to student information

and university files and many more. With these problems faced by Cebu

Technological University-Tabogon Extension, the handling of student information

in terms of storage and resources, redundancy and consistency, may be solved

through Electronic Student Record Management, which is an electronic database

which makes managing information of the students easy. It is an easier way of

storing and retrieving information of the students giving less redundancy,

inconsistency and less storage space.


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Literature Background

The need to record data goes back to earliest recorded history. Evidences

of attempts to provide permanent records of transactions in Sumerian clay

tablets, in artifacts left by Babylonians, ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and cave

paintings are seen. Paper records or other written forms have been used for

centuries to record information about family histories, treaties, and other

agreements, household and business inventories, school enrollment, employee

records, payment for goods and services, census data, and many other facets of

life. (Ricardo & Urban,2015 )

A database is a tool for collecting and organizing information. Databases

can store information about people, products or anything else. Many databases

start as a list until it grows bigger and redundancies and inconsistencies begin to

appear in the data. (Raut, 2013)

The data becomes hard to understand and there are limited ways of

searching or pulling subsets of data out for review. Once these problems start to

appear, it’s a good idea to transfer the data to a database created by a database

management system. (Raut, 2013)

Database is designed, created and maintained to serve the information

needs of the people who use the data to perform their jobs. In a typical database,

data is stored in a format that makes it easy to access, either for individual

queries or large reports. (Ricardo & Urban,2015)


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There are two kinds of databases; the manual database and the electronic

database. In the manual database, data and information are kept in papers so

the system is paper-based. On the other hand the electronic database, according

to the website Queensland Government, data and information is kept on

computers in which software programs are used to simplify electronic records

and produce meaningful reports.

Electronic databases have advantages over manual databases one of

which is the efficient sharing of data, control of redundancy, data consistency,

improved data standards, better data security, improved data integrity, balancing

of conflicting requirements, better data accessibility, and better backup and

recovery procedures. (Ricardo & Urban,2015)


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Electronic database Manual database

Database

Information Management

Figure 1

Conceptual Framework
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THE PROBLEM

Statement of the Problem


This study aimed to efficiently manage the student information records of

Cebu Technological University-Tabogon Extension Campus during the Calendar

Year 2017-2018 as basis to propose an electronic record management system.

Specifically the study determined:

1. What is the existing enrollment process available for Cebu

Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus?

2. What electronic student record management system can be

proposed?

Significance of the Study

This is a status study which wants to efficiently manage the student

information records of Cebu Technological University-Tabogon Extension

Campus during the Academic Year 2017-2018. This study will highly benefit the

following group of people:

Students. The outcome of this study will provide the students a trouble-

free and quick way for registration in the school. It will ensure students that the

information given will be safely stored and managed.


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Teachers. The outcome of this study will provide teachers an easy and

fast way to access, find, and retrieve information about the students when

needed. It will not be a hassle for teachers to find a certain student’s information

without getting through all the students’ information.

University. The outcome of this study will provide the university an

economic, easy and fast way in collecting and storing information about students

in an effective manner. Less resources will be used for less papers or possibly no

papers will be further used in storing information about the students of the

university.

Future researchers. This research will serve as future reference in

conducting research and added reference material when they will make a

research similar in nature and to have advance knowledge in making their study

more accurate.
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

This section presents the research design, flow of the study, research

environment and research procedure.

The research procedure discusses how the output of the study was

created.

Research Design

This study employed a qualitative research method wherein the main tool

is the interview.

Flow of the Study

The researchers described the existing enrollment process available for

Cebu Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus. The researchers

used Microsoft Access for designing the output which is an electronic student

record management. The output was run, tested and errors were identified.
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Input

-Identified existing enrollment process available for Cebu Technological


University – Tabogon Extension Campus

Process

-Two teaching staff were interviewed and the enrollment process and record
management of Cebu Technological University was described

Output

-Electronic Student Record Management was created

Figure 2

Flow of the Study


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Locale of the Study

The locale of the study was located in the Cebu Technological University

– Tabogon Extension Campus at Brgy. Poblacion, Tabogon, Cebu. CTU is

considered to be a center of excellence for technology education as it is ISO

9001:2008 - certified by Anglo - Japanese - American registrars. The Cebu

Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus was established in the

year 2015, which is one of the many extension campuses of Cebu Technological

University Daanbantayan Campus.


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Figure 3

Locale of the Study


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Research Procedure

The Approval Sheet was submitted to the campus director for the

permission to conduct the study. The output which is the Electronic Student

Record Management was designed having the following information to be filled

in:

 Last name

 First name

 Middle name

 Home address

 Congressional district

 Gender

 Birthday,

 Birthplace

 Age

 Citizenship

 Religion

 Civil status

 Father’s name and Occupation

 Mother’s name and occupation

 Guardian’s name and contact number


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 Educational background from elementary to college with the name of the

schools, academic electronic year and honors received

 Student load.

The created Electronic Student Record Management was tested and

imminent errors were debugged to generate and effective record management.


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DEFINITION OF TERMS

Database. refers to the collection of student information in the university.

Manual database. refers to the paper works on student information in the

university.

Electronic database. refers to the computerized collection of student information

in the university that will be available in the university.

Electronic Student Record Management. is an electronic database which

makes managing information of the students easy.

Student Information. information about the students in university in terms of

personal information and academic information.


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CHAPTER 2

Presentation, Analysis, and Interpretation of Data

This chapter presents the analysis and interpretation of the data gathered.

Two informal interviews were done to two teaching staff of Cebu

Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus who has adequate

knowledge on the current existing enrollment system and record management of

the university.

The Cebu Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus has just

recently started in the year 2015. Some challenges are currently faced by the

university and two of these are the enrollment system and record management of

the university.

The enrollment process of new enrollees and returnees are quite the

same except for the documents to be passed and the entrance exam result and

clearance slip.

The first thing to do for a new enrollee is to pay the entrance exam fee

then take the entrance exam after. If the student passes the exa, the student may

gather the needed documents for admission to the university such as Form 138,

Birth Certificate, Good Moral Certificate, TOR and medical certificate. The

student has to ask registration form to the register and fill up the form. After doing
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so, the student may pay the enrollment fee and pass the documents needed, the

form will be signed by the cashier and the registrar and the student is already

enrolled.

For a returnee, the first thing to do is to complete the grades and the

signatures of the instructors in the grade slip. They’d have to settle the remaining

balance as of last semester to complete and have the cashier and registrar sign

the clearance slip. The student may ask for a registration form and fill up the

form. After filling up, the student may pay the enrollment fee and submit the

documents needed for returnees such as clearance slip, and payment slip and

the student is already enrolled.

Since Cebu Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus is an

extension campus and dependent to Daanbantayan campus the capturing and

computerizing the student’s bio-data is done in Daanbantayan.

Some problems were faced such as loss of enrollment forms was

experienced resulting for filling up another enrollment form of the loss student’s

enrollment form. Every end of semester, consolidation of student’s name and

grades are done; some errors were encountered like students who were not

enrolled in the extension campus were listed and were even given grades. There

were also instances where in students who were enrolled in the extension

campus was not listed in the consolidation of names and grades. Students are

counted using manual counting; this system is characterized by manual form


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filing to get bio-data of the students, and later transfer of the information from

manual data, capture forms to computerized datasheets, therefore, it has led to

excessive number of mistakes to the final displacement of some student forms

hence leading to confusion at the time of consolidating.

This means that Cebu Technological University – Tabogon Extension

Campus has enrollment system and record management which is manual. A

manual enrollment process and student record management may result to poor

record management. Poor record management results in difficulties in

administering and monitoring an educational institution and needs an

improvement.

This supports Nandutu’s study (2016), who quoted Jonelle (2002) ,who

noted that management information system is vital in assisting executives and

the general workforce in performing tasks related to the processing of information

and Satyanarya (2009) who said that, management information system in

maintenance of student records in the university helps to provide accurate and

timely information necessary to facilitate the decision-making process and enable

the organizations planning, control, and operational functions to be carried out

effectively. Nandutu also stated that poor records management and the lack of

staff development along the entire information cycle are responsible for problems

with management and policy implementation in University.


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Start

Yes No

Pay entrance New Enrollee Complete the


exam fee grades

Passed
Pay remaining
Gather the needed balance
Take entrance
documents (form 138,
exam
good moral, medical Cashier’s
certificate) signature in
Failed
clearance
End Ask for
registration form Registrar’s
signature in
Fill up registration clearance
form
Ask for
Pay enrollment registration form
fee
Fill up registration
Pass the form
documents
Pay enrollment
Enrolled fee

Pass the
The bio-data of documents
students in the
forms will be Enrolled
captured and
computerized in
Daanbantayan
Campus
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CHAPTER 3

SUMMARY FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

This chapter deals with the summary of the study, finding arrived and

conclusions formulated.

Summary of Findings

The enrollment process and student record management of Cebu


Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus is manual.

Conclusion

A manual enrollment process and student record management may result


for a poor record management wherein loss of data and inconsistency of data
happens. Poor record management leads to poor management and policy
implementation of the university.

Recommendation

It is recommended that the electronic record management be utilized by


the university.
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THE OUTPUT

Rationale

This study has been chosen to address the enrollment process and record

management of Cebu Technological University – Tabogon Extension Campus.

Some problems are faced by the university in terms of the enrollment process

and student record management such as loss of data and inconsistency of data.

Objectives

i. Improve the enrollment process of Cebu Technological University –

Tabogon Campus.

ii. Propose an electronic student record management for better

management of student records.


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Enrollment

Electronic
Student Record
Management

Softcopy of the
database sent to
Daanbantayan
campus

Figure 4

Scheme of Implementation
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Database design

Data
Attribute Type Constraints
ID Number Number Primarykey
Date Date/Time
Last name Text
First name Text
Middle name Text
Home address Text
Congressional district Text
Telephone no. Text
Gender Text
Birthday Date/Time
Birthplace Text
Age Text
Citizenship Text
Religion Text
Civil status Text
Father's name Text
Father's occuptaion Text
Mother's name Text
Mother's occupation Text
Guardian's name Text
Guardian's contact number Number
Elementary Text
High school Text
College Text
Elem Academic Year Text
HS Academic Year Text
Clg Academic Year Text
Elem honors received Text
HS honors received Text
Clg honors received Text
Enrollment documents
submitted Text
Course Text
Major Text
Year level Text
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School year Text


Semester Text
Enrollment Status Text
Student status Text
Block Section Text
MIS code1 Text
Course code1 Text
Descriptive title1 Text
Time1 Text
Days1 Text
Room1 Text
Units1 Number
Total units Number
MIS code2 Text
Course code2 Text
Descriptive title2 Text
Time2 Text
Days2 Text
Room2 Text
Units2 Number
MIS code3 Text
Course code3 Text
Descriptive title3 Text
Time3 Text
Days3 Text
Room3 Text
Units3 Number
MIS code4 Text
Course code4 Text
Descriptive title4 Text
Time4 Text
Days4 Text
Room4 Text
Units4 Number
MIS code5 Text
Course code5 Text
Descriptive title5 Text
Time5 Text
Days5 Text
Room5 Text
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Units5 Number
MIS code6 Text
Course code6 Text
Descriptive title6 Text
Time6 Text
Days6 Text
Room6 Text
Units6 Number
MIS code7 Text
Course code7 Text
Descriptive title7 Text
Time7 Text
Days7 Text
Room7 Text
Units7 Number
MIS code8 Text
Course code8 Text
Descriptive title8 Text
Time8 Text
Days8 Text
Room8 Text
Units8 Number
MIS code9 Text
Course code9 Text
Descriptive title9 Text
Time9 Text
Days9 Text
Room9 Text
Units9 Number
MIS code10 Text
Course code10 Text
Descriptive title10 Text
Time10 Text
Days10 Text
Room10 Text
Units10 Number
MIS code11 Text
Course code11 Text
Descriptive title11 Text
Time11 Text
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Days11 Text
Room11 Text
Units11 Number
MIS code12 Text
Course code12 Text
Descriptive title12 Text
Time12 Text
Days12 Text
Room12 Text
Units12 Number
EVALUATED BY Text
College Dean/Enrollment
committee Text
Evaluation date Date/Time
Table I

DATABASE TABLE DESIGN

This table shows the attributes listed and the data type of each attribute

needs. The attributes needing a number value uses the data type “number”. The

attributes needing a text value uses the data type “text”. The attribute needing a

date/time value uses the data type “date/time”.


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Figure 5

Table Design View


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Figure 6

Table Datasheet View


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Figure 7

Form Design View


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Figure 8

Form View
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APPENDIX A

Letter to the Campus Director

October 2, 2017
Dr. Levy S. Lepon
Daanbantayan Campus Director

Thru

Dr. Ruben M. Ungui


Extension Campus Director

Sir/Madame:

Good day!

We, the third year BSICT students of Cebu Technological University – Tabogon
Extension, would like to ask permission to conduct an interview in the Registrar’s
Office to get information about the current enrollment process in Cebu
Technological University – Tabogon Extension as a requirement for conducting
our study entitled “Electronic Student Record Management of Cebu
Technological University – Tabogon Extension.

We would also like to ask for a copy of the university’s Registration Form as a
basis in making the output of our study.

Hoping for you kind consideration.

Thank you very much.

Respectfully yours,

Ariel S. Bacu

Lorieneth D. Monteron

Ryan Rey B. Ornopia

Bobbie L. Paglinawan

Nizah Marie M. Sebes


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Recommending Approval:

MARIA THERESA A. CATAM-ISAN ARVIN B. SALERA, LPT, M. Ed


Math
Thesis Adviser Thesis Instructor

Approved by:

LEVY S. LEPON, Ed. D.


CTU Daanbantayan Campus Director
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APPENDIX B

Sample Form
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CURRICULUM VITAE

NIZAH MARIE M. SEBES


Brgy. Piyo, Tabogon, Cebu
09128921533
nizahsebes.ns@gmail.com

PERSONAL INFORMATION
DATE OF BIRTH : May 1, 1998
PLACE OF BIRTH : Ormoc City
CITIZENSHIP : Filipino
GENDER : Female
STATUS : Single
FATHER : Edgar O. Sebes
MOTHER : Florena M. Sebes
ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
College Bachelor of Science in Information and
Communication Technology
Cebu Technological University
Tabogon Extension Campus, Tabogon, Cebu
2015 – Present

High school New Ormoc City National High School


Bgry. Don Felipe, Ormoc City
2011 – 2015

Elementary Ormoc City Sped Center


Carlos Tan Street, Ormoc City
3rd Honorable Mention
2011 - 2005
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CURRICULUM VITAE

LORIENETH D. MONTERON
Managase, Tabogon, Cebu
09979209632
lorieneth.monteron@gmail.com

PERSONAL INFORMATION
DATE OF BIRTH : July 07,1996
PLACE OF BIRTH : Managase,Tabogon,Cebu
CITIZENSHIP : Filipino
GENDER : Female
STATUS : Single
FATHER : Nilo T. Monteron
MOTHER : Clarita D. Monteron
ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
College Bachelor of Science in Information and
Communication Technology
Cebu Technological University
Tabogon Extension Campus, Tabogon, Cebu
2015 - Present

High school Tabogon Roosevelt High School


Ilihan, Tabogon, Cebu
2009-2013

Elementary Jose Malazarte Elementary School


Managase, Tabogon, Cebu
2003-2009
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CURRICULUM VITAE

RYAN REY B. ORNOPIA


Brgy. Tapul, Tabogon, Cebu
09984759344
ornopia_ryan@yahoo.com

PERSONAL INFORMATION
DATE OF BIRTH : August 6, 1995
PLACE OF BIRTH : Tuboran, Ubay, Bohol
CITIZENSHIP : Filipino
GENDER : Male
STATUS : Single
FATHER : Armando P. Ornopia
MOTHER : Bernardita B. Ornopia
ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
College Bachelor of Science in Information and
Communication Technology
Cebu Technological University
Tabogon Extension Campus, Tabogon, Cebu
2015 - Present

High school Kal-anan National High School


Bgry. Kal-anan, Tabogon, Cebu
2009 - 2011

Elementary Tabogon Central School


Poblacion, Tabogon, Cebu
2001 - 2007
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CURRICULUM VITAE

BOBBIE L. PAGLINAWAN
Brgy. Piyo, Tabogon, Cebu
09067354347
bobbie_paglinawan@yahoo.com

PERSONAL INFORMATION
DATE OF BIRTH : February 1, 1996
PLACE OF BIRTH : San Carlos City
CITIZENSHIP : Filipino
GENDER : Male
STATUS : Single
FATHER : Celso V. Paglinawan
MOTHER : Brigida L. Paglinawan
ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

College Bachelor of Science in Information and


Communication Technology
Cebu Technological University
Tabogon Extension Campus, Tabogon, Cebu
2015 – Present

High school Quezon National High School


Bgry. Quezon, San Carlos City
2012 – 2013

Elementary So. Maglunod Elementary School


Brgy. Quezon San Carlos City
2005-2011
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CURRICULUM VITAE

ARIEL S. BACU
Ilaya Taba-Ao, Tabogon, Cebu
09425186851
bacu4803@yahoo.com

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth : August 13, 1991
Place of Birth : Tabogon, Cebu
Citizenship : Filipino
Gender : Male
Status : Single
Father : Terencio E. Bacu
Mother : Teresita M. Sorino – Bacu
ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
COLLEGE Bachelor of Science in Information and
Communication Technology
Poblacion, Tabogon, Cebu
2015 – Present

HIGH SCHOOL Daantabogon National High School


Daantabogon, Tabogon, Cebu
2004 – 2008

ELEMENTARY Daantabogon Elementary School


Daantabogon, Tabogon, Cebu
1998 – 2004