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Republic of the Philippines

Cebu Normal University


Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City, 6000 Philippines
Department of Public Governance

College of Arts & Sciences


Telephone No.: (+63 32) 253 0347
Email: cnucas@cnu.edu.ph
Website: www.cnu.edu.ph

Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science

ON THE JOB TRAINING


Batch 2019

By:

DELANTAR, CHARRISE J.
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 6
CEBU CITY

HON. ESTER M. VELOSO


PRESIDING JUDGE

ATTY. CHRISTINE D. DOLLER POLIGRATES


BRANCH CLERK OF COURT

SONNET G. BAGATSOLON
LEGAL RESEARCHER II
INTERPRETER III

NATHANIEL JAMES A.
SHARRON M. GAUILAR
SARMIENTO
COURT STENOGRAPHER
COURT STENOGRAPHER
III
III

NONIE O. PALERO-PAA
COURT STENOGRAPHER
III
FRANKLIN D. LACHICA, JR.
SHERIFF IV

BRYAN STEVEN P. AMANENSE


CLERK III

FREDDIE P. DUNGOG JOSELINA S. PADRIGA


UTILITY WORKER I PROCESS SERVER
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DOCUMENTATION
Self-Assessment Report
As soon as my On-The-Job Training started in the Regional Trial Court
Branch 6, I and my fellow co interns from the USC were oriented on our different
tasks and were also introduce to the staffs in the office. On the first day of training
we attended the flag ceremony and there I met the presiding judge in the court. I
was assigned on the criminal desk section while my other co-interns were assigned
to the mailing section and court room to assist in the signing of the documents
during the hearing. My specific task most of the day was to receive calls, docket
the civil and criminal cases, arrange the civil and criminal returns alphabetically,
put pages to the documents and if needed I were to assist Sir Bryan by putting
receive stamp whenever there is a document needed to be receive in a case, and
lastly assist other officers in the office at any time of the day. Aside from other
specific duties, I was tasked to photocopy some documents if needed, read some
cases, and lastly I was given a chance to observe in a court trail every Wednesday.

The three positive attribute that I considerably learned in my training as an


intern in the court are:

The need to be alert and be responsive. Since the day of my journey as an


intern started, all of the staffs are so busy thus the need to accommodate the clients
and their incoming calls from the telephone is very necessary. Usually every after
hour of the day, the clients would come to the office and ask regarding the
schedule of their hearing and as an intern I must give an absolute and satisfying
response to the person in need.

Sense of Respect. As a trainee in the court it is necessary to show respect not


just to your high ranking officers in the court but also to the clients who needs
assistance in the court. Sometimes when dealing with conflict, you have to consult
your high ranking officer first before you give a response to a question because
false information may lead to a misinterpretation of message. As an intern, I
usually face lawyers and other high ranking officer everyday it is also important to
greet them respectfully and give them the assistance they need.

Professionalism. Working in a public office as an intern is crucial. And with


all the pressure and standards to attain a goal while working is important.
Sometimes as an intern it is important that you have to show to kindness even in
times of distress because in a public office there is a long line of clients who need
assistance. As an intern, I learned the importance of professionalism that at all cost
you must be patient in every situation.
But then there are also areas I need to develop more in relation to my
journey as an intern in the court. MORE COMMITTED the need to show
perseverance in your job is much easier than doing it with without passion.

MORE MOTIVATING, due to the heavy work and many hearings in the
court, as an intern I sometimes felt low and tiresome while working for several
days in the office and as a young worker you must also motivate others who are
like you as who quite tired and uninspired by their job.

MORE RESPONSIBLE, a trust worthy person is very necessary in a public


office and with a person who you can depend to is much needed. In a job, focus
and determination is needed.

To improve; it is important to show commitment or be active in all sort of


work that is assigned to you. Second, me motivated and get excited about the task
that is assigned to you and don’t forget to greet everyone with a smile. And lastly,
always remember that every task are extremely important and that should be taken
with outmost responsibility.

The major accomplishments that I have done during my days as intern are:
(a.) Being able to docket a lot of civil cases, I docketed more than 30 cases in a day
and I felt overwhelmed because after I finish my task, I receive a praised from
other staffs especially to Atty. that I am fast at doing my job. (b.) One of the best
things that I accomplish as an intern is that I was able to page a lot of civil and
criminal cases in the court. I really put some of my extra time in paging the cases
because that gave my hand an ache. And lastly, (c.) one of the accomplishments
that I had is that I was able to help them in finding quickly the civil and criminal
document in before the hearing begins. It was hard at first because some of the
cases were not that easy to find, but then overall I was able to manage everything
and adapt to the situation.

CHARRISE J. DELANTAR
Signature of Trainee over Printed Name
Date: June 14, 2018
Republic of the Philippines
Cebu Normal University
Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City, 6000 Philippines
Department of Public Governance

College of Arts & Sciences


Telephone No.: (+63 32) 253 0347
Email: cnucas@cnu.edu.ph
Website: www.cnu.edu.ph

NAME: Charrise J. Delantar GOV’T AGENCY: Regional Trial Court Branch 6


DATE: May 30, 2018

BACHELOR OF ARTS MAJOR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


ON THE JOB TRAINING SELF EVALUATION

1.) Nature of Job

1.1 My journey as an intern began on the 16th day of April in the Regional
Trial Court, Branch 6, I and my fellow co interns from the USC were oriented on
our different tasks and were also introduce to the staffs in the office. On the first
day of training we attended the flag ceremony and there I met the presiding judge
in the court. I was assigned on the criminal desk section while my other co-interns
were assigned to the mailing section and court room to assist in the signing of the
documents during the hearing. My specific task most of the day was to receive
calls, docket the civil and criminal cases, arrange the civil and criminal returns
alphabetically, put pages to the documents and if needed I were to assist Sir Bryan
by putting receive stamp whenever there is a document needed to be receive in a
case, and lastly assist other officers in the office at any time of the day. Aside from
other specific duties, I was tasked to photocopy some documents if needed, read
some cases, and lastly I was given a chance to observe in a court trail every
Wednesday.

2.) Three positive attributes you learned in yourself when during the OJT. Then
describe in narrative form.
2.1 The need to be alert and be responsive:
Since the day of my journey as an intern started, all of the staffs are
so busy thus the need to accommodate the clients and their incoming calls
from the telephone is very necessary. Usually every after hour of the day, the
clients would come to the office and ask regarding the schedule of their
hearing and as an intern I must give an absolute and satisfying response to
the person in need.

2.2 Sense of Respect:

As a trainee in the court it is necessary to show respect not just to your


high ranking officers in the court but also to the clients who needs assistance
in the court. Sometimes when dealing with conflict, you have to consult your
high ranking officer first before you give a response to a question because
false information may lead to a misinterpretation of message. As an intern, I
usually face lawyers and other high ranking officer everyday it is also
important to greet them respectfully and give them the assistance they need.

2.3 Professionalism.

Working in a public office as an intern is crucial. And with all the


pressure and standards to attain a goal while working is important.
Sometimes as an intern it is important that you have to show to kindness
even in times of distress because in a public office there is a long line of
clients who need assistance. As an intern, I learned the importance of
professionalism that at all cost you must be patient in every situation.

3.) Areas you need to work in relation to OJT service.

But then there are also areas I need to develop more in relation to my
journey as an intern in the court. MORE COMMITTED the need to show
perseverance in your job is much easier than doing it with without passion.
MORE MOTIVATING, due to the heavy work and many hearings in the
court, as an intern I sometimes felt low and tiresome while working for several
days in the office and as a young worker you must also motivate others who are
like you as who quite tired and uninspired by their job.

MORE RESPONSIBLE, a trust worthy person is very necessary in a public


office and with a person who you can depend to is much needed. In a job, focus
and determination is needed.

To improve; it is important to show commitment or be active in all sort of


work that is assigned to you. Second, me motivated and get excited about the task
that is assigned to you and don’t forget to greet everyone with a smile. And lastly,
always remember that every task are extremely important and that should be taken
with outmost responsibility.

4.) Major Accomplishments with you are pleased.

The major accomplishments that I have done during my days as intern are:
(4.1) Being able to docket a lot of civil cases, I docketed more than 30 cases in a
day and I felt overwhelmed because after I finish my task, I receive a praised from
other staffs especially to Atty. that I am fast at doing my job. (4.2) One of the best
things that I accomplish as an intern is that I was able to page a lot of civil and
criminal cases in the court. I really put some of my extra time in paging the cases
because that gave my hand an ache. And lastly, (4.3) one of the accomplishments
that I had is that I was able to help them in finding quickly the civil and criminal
document in before the hearing begins. It was hard at first because some of the
cases were not that easy to find, but then overall I was able to manage everything
and adapt to the situation.

5.) Problems encountered while on duty. Specify and explain each problem.

Difficulty in finding the document before the court trial begins because
usually when the court hearing starts there are some cases that are missing and
mixed and some of staffs will find it difficult to look for the document. Arranging
and categorizing the returned letters alphabetically because some letter of returns
were not put in an alphabetical order and it be hard for me to attached the letter of
returns to the notice of order in the cases.

6.) How was the problem addressed?

The problem was addressed by separating the active cases and the non-active
cases, the active cases were arranged alphabetically in the cabinet. Meanwhile the
letter of returns are being put in a plastic envelop were we can easily separate and
arrange it alphabetically.

7.) What can you recommend to improve the Practicum Program?

I would like to recommend that interns will have every once a week meeting
with the preceptor to addressed our needs provided with a proper letter of excuse.
JOB MATRIX

STRENGTH WEAKNESSES
SUPERVISOR 1. Very Approachable
2. Kindhearted
3. Very Patient in NONE
giving instructions and
know the things that I
am capable of doing
COLLEAGUES 1. Generous
2. Approachable NONE
3. Entertaining
4. Very Accommodating
CLIENTS 1. Very Patient
2. Understanding NONE
3. Considerate
ASSIGNED TASK 1. Satisfying
2. Excellent NONE
3. Great
4. Slightly Challenging

CHARRISE J. DELANTAR
Signature of Trainee over Printed Name
Date: June 14, 2018
Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science
On the Job Training

Table of Contents
CONTENTS PAGE NO.

1. Notarized Memorandum of Agreement ……………………………

2. Endorsement Letter …………………………………………………

3. Evidence of Acceptance ………………………………………………

4. Company Backgrounds
a. Company Charter ……………………………………………..
b. Mission ………………………………………………………..
c. Vision …………………………………………………………
d. Goal ……………………………………………………………
e. Organizational Structure ………………………………………
f. Accomplishments and Best Practices …………………………

5. Pre-Practicum Requirements
a. Curriculum Vitae ………………………………………………
b. Grade Slip …………………………………………………….
c. Evaluated Prospectus ………………………………………….
d. Validated Study Load …………………………………………
e. Clearance for First Semester SY 2017-2018 …………………
f. Parent’s Consent ………………………………………………
g. Liability Waiver ………………………………………………

6. Post-Practicum Requirements
a. Initial Self-Assessment ………………………………………..
b. Daily Journal ……………………………………………….....
c. Daily Time Record ……………………………………………
d. Self-Evaluation from the OJT Experience …………………...
e. Documentation ……………………………………………….
f. Certificate of Completion …………………………………….
Notarized Memorandum of Agreement
Endorsement Letter
Evidence of Acceptance
Company Backgrounds
Pre-Practicum Requirements
Post-Practicum Requirements
The 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines - Article VIII
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Section 1. The judicial power shall be vested in one Supreme Court and in such lower courts as
may be established by law.

Judicial power includes the duty of the courts of justice to settle actual controversies involving
rights which are legally demandable and enforceable, and to determine whether or not there has
been a grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part of any
branch or instrumentality of the Government.

Section 2. The Congress shall have the power to define, prescribe, and apportion the jurisdiction
of the various courts but may not deprive the Supreme Court of its jurisdiction over cases
enumerated in Section 5 hereof.

No law shall be passed reorganizing the Judiciary when it undermines the security of tenure of its
Members.

Section 3. The Judiciary shall enjoy fiscal autonomy. Appropriations for the Judiciary may not
be reduced by the legislature below the amount appropriated for the previous year and, after
approval, shall be automatically and regularly released.

Section 4. (1) The Supreme Court shall be composed of a Chief Justice and fourteen Associate
Justices. It may sit en banc or in its discretion, in division of three, five, or seven Members. Any
vacancy shall be filled within ninety days from the occurrence thereof.

(2) All cases involving the constitutionality of a treaty, international or executive agreement, or
law, which shall be heard by the Supreme Court en banc, and all other cases which under the
Rules of Court are required to be heard en banc, including those involving the constitutionality,
application, or operation of presidential decrees, proclamations, orders, instructions, ordinances,
and other regulations, shall be decided with the concurrence of a majority of the Members who
actually took part in the deliberations on the issues in the case and voted thereon.

(3) Cases or matters heard by a division shall be decided or resolved with the concurrence of a
majority of the Members who actually took part in the deliberations on the issues in the case and
voted thereon, and in no case without the concurrence of at least three of such Members. When
the required number is not obtained, the case shall be decided en banc: Provided, that no doctrine
or principle of law laid down by the court in a decision rendered en banc or in division may be
modified or reversed except by the court sitting en banc.

Section 5. The Supreme Court shall have the following powers:

(1) Exercise original jurisdiction over cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and
consuls, and over petitions for certiorari, prohibition, mandamus, quo warranto, and habeas
corpus.

(2) Review, revise, reverse, modify, or affirm on appeal or certiorari, as the law or the Rules of
Court may provide, final judgments and orders of lower courts in:

(a) All cases in which the constitutionality or validity of any treaty, international or executive
agreement, law, presidential decree, proclamation, order, instruction, ordinance, or regulation is
in question.

(b) All cases involving the legality of any tax, impost, assessment, or toll, or any penalty
imposed in relation thereto.
(c) All cases in which the jurisdiction of any lower court is in issue.

(d) All criminal cases in which the penalty imposed is reclusion perpetua or higher.

(e) All cases in which only an error or question of law is involved.

(3) Assign temporarily judges of lower courts to other stations as public interest may require.
Such temporary assignment shall not exceed six months without the consent of the judge
concerned.

(4) Order a change of venue or place of trial to avoid a miscarriage of justice.

(5) Promulgate rules concerning the protection and enforcement of constitutional rights,
pleading, practice, and procedure in all courts, the admission to the practice of law, the integrated
bar, and legal assistance to the underprivileged. Such rules shall provide a simplified and
inexpensive procedure for the speedy disposition of cases, shall be uniform for all courts of the
same grade, and shall not diminish, increase, or modify substantive rights. Rules of procedure of
special courts and quasi-judicial bodies shall remain effective unless disapproved by the
Supreme Court.

(6) Appoint all officials and employees of the Judiciary in accordance with the Civil Service
Law.

Section 6. The Supreme Court shall have administrative supervision over all courts and the
personnel thereof.

Section 7. (1) No person shall be appointed Member of the Supreme Court or any lower
collegiate court unless he is a natural-born citizen of the Philippines. A Member of the Supreme
Court must be at least forty years of age, and must have been for fifteen years or more, a judge of
a lower court or engaged in the practice of law in the Philippines.

(2) The Congress shall prescribe the qualifications of judges of lower courts, but no person may
be appointed judge thereof unless he is a citizen of the Philippines and a member of the
Philippine Bar.

(3) A Member of the Judiciary must be a person of proven competence, integrity, probity, and
independence.

Section 8. (1) A Judicial and Bar Council is hereby created under the supervision of the Supreme
Court composed of the Chief Justice as ex officio Chairman, the Secretary of Justice, and a
representative of the Congress as ex officio Members, a representative of the Integrated Bar, a
professor of law, a retired Member of the Supreme Court, and a representative of the private
sector.

(2) The regular members of the Council shall be appointed by the President for a term of four
years with the consent of the Commission on Appointments. Of the Members first appointed, the
representative of the Integrated Bar shall serve for four years, the professor of law for three
years, the retired Justice for two years, and the representative of the private sector for one year.

(3) The Clerk of the Supreme Court shall be the Secretary ex officio of the Council and shall
keep a record of its proceedings.

(4) The regular Members of the Council shall receive such emoluments as may be determined by
the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court shall provide in its annual budget the appropriations for
the Council.
(5) The Council shall have the principal function of recommending appointees to the Judiciary. It
may exercise such other functions and duties as the Supreme Court may assign to it.

Section 9. The Members of the Supreme Court and judges of the lower courts shall be appointed
by the President from a list of at least three nominees prepared by the Judicial and Bar Council
for every vacancy. Such appointments need no confirmation.

For the lower courts, the President shall issue the appointments within ninety days from the
submission of the list.

Section 10. The salary of the Chief Justice and of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court,
and of judges of lower courts, shall be fixed by law. During their continuance in office, their
salary shall not be decreased.

Section 11. The Members of the Supreme Court and judges of lower courts shall hold office
during good behavior until they reach the age of seventy years or become incapacitated to
discharge the duties of their office. The Supreme Court en banc shall have the power to
discipline judges of lower courts, or order their dismissal by a vote of a majority of the Members
who actually took part in the deliberations on the issues in the case and voted thereon.

Section 12. The Members of the Supreme Court and of other courts established by law shall not
be designated to any agency performing quasi-judicial or administrative functions.

Section 13. The conclusions of the Supreme Court in any case submitted to it for decision en
banc or in division shall be reached in consultation before the case is assigned to a Member for
the writing of the opinion of the Court. A certification to this effect signed by the Chief Justice
shall be issued and a copy thereof attached to the record of the case and served upon the parties.
Any Member who took no part, or dissented, or abstained from a decision or resolution, must
state the reason therefor. The same requirements shall be observed by all lower collegiate courts.

Section 14. No decision shall be rendered by any court without expressing therein clearly and
distinctly the facts and the law on which it is based.

No petition for review or motion for reconsideration of a decision of the court shall be refused
due course or denied without stating the legal basis therefor.

Section 15. (1) All cases or matters filed after the effectivity of this Constitution must be decided
or resolved within twenty-four months from date of submission for the Supreme Court, and,
unless reduced by the Supreme Court, twelve months for all lower collegiate courts, and three
months for all other lower courts.

(2) A case or matter shall be deemed submitted for decision or resolution upon the filing of the
last pleading, brief, or memorandum required by the Rules of Court or by the court itself.

(3) Upon the expiration of the corresponding period, a certification to this effect signed by the
Chief Justice or the presiding judge shall forthwith be issued and a copy thereof attached to the
record of the case or matter, and served upon the parties. The certification shall state why a
decision or resolution has not been rendered or issued within said period.

(4) Despite the expiration of the applicable mandatory period, the court, without prejudice to
such responsibility as may have been incurred in consequence thereof, shall decide or resolve the
case or matter submitted thereto for determination, without further delay.

Section 16. The Supreme Court shall, within thirty days from the opening of each regular session
of the Congress, submit to the President and the Congress an annual report on the operations and
activities of the Judiciary.
MISSION
To Uphold the rule of law through fair, expeditious
and timely “judicial processes in defending the
constitutional and democratic rights and welfare of the
people, and consistently pursue effective administration
of “justice”.
VISION
An independent, impartial, effective and efficient
Judiciary, protective of the rights of the people and
democratic institutions to ensure sustainable human
development.
MANDATE
The Supreme Court of the Philippines and the Lower
Courts perform adjudicative functions vested on them by
the Philippine Constitution and other applicable laws.
Their judicial power includes “the duty of the courts of
justice to settle actual controversies involving rights
which are legally demandable and enforceable, and to
determine whether or not there has been a grave abuse of
discretion amounting to lack of excess of jurisdiction on
the part of any branch or instrumentality of the
government.”