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CVSC Presidency officially turned over on Charter Day
Posted by Glenn Bolaño on June 4, 2016 9:45 am
Compostela – Officer-in-charge president Dr. Jonathan A. Bayugan formally handed over Compostela Valley State College’s top post to newly minted college president Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera during the Charter Day celebration last June 4, 2016 held at the CVSC New Building.
Attended by the faculty and staff members of all four CVSC campuses, this event, appropriately themed as “CVSC at 3: In Pursuit of Excellence”, marked the commencement of Pres. Ganiera’s reign as she becomes the first official head of the college.
Several political bigwigs were also in attendance for the momentous affair such as Vice Governor Manuel “Way Kurat” Zamora who represented ComVal Governor Jayvee Tyron L. Uy, “Mother of CVSC” Rep. Maria Carmen S. Zamora, and councilor Nena “Ate Nens” Atamosa.
In his speech, Dr. Bayugan, more popularly known as “Doc JAB” and appointed as OIC of the college during its first two years, expressed his gratitude for all those who gave their service which greatly helped CVSC especially during its infancy. He also asserted his support for the incoming administration and showed his confidence that the college is in good hands.
On the other hand, CVSC president Dr. Ganiera thanked Doc JAB for his invaluable service especially since he helped lay the foundation of the college during its early stages and also expressed her gratitude to the brains behind the establishment of CVSC, Vice Gov. Zamora and Cong. Maricar. Furthermore, she laid out her visions for the institution and assured her constituents that under her administration, the school will continuously work to become among the best in the country.
Meanwhile, the Charter Day also highlighted another milestone for the college as the new Php 45.5 million, two-story building was inaugurated, thus providing additional comfortable classrooms, spacious offices, and state-of-the-art laboratories which will be the center of the college’s ascent towards global competitiveness.
The event was bookended by Pinoylympics, which included local games such as Bunal Kolon, Carering Race, and Tumba Lata, and basketball and volleyball matches which pitted the teaching against the non-teaching staff of the college.