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Faculty, staff undergo re-orientation
Posted by Glenn Bolaño on July 1, 2016 9:39 am
TUNING IN. Members of the faculty and staff listen attentively as Ms. Dane Remulta discusses about student organization in the background.
Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) gathered its workforce from the four campuses for a one-day Reorientation on Faculty and Student Manuals, and Human Resource (HR)/ Administrative Policies held at the New Building, Compostela campus, Compostela Valley last July 1, 2016.
Aimed at reviewing the intricacies of the state college’s faculty handbook, student manual, and financial policies for the incumbents while also orienting the newly hired teaching and non-teaching personnel, the faculty and staff members from the four CVSC campuses, namely: Montevista, Comostela (main), New Bataan and Maragusan assembled to discuss pressing and timely issues concerning the college and its stakeholders.
After the opening remarks of Dr. Roque Langcoy II, Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA), the program kicked off with a lecture about the faculty manual by Dr. Lilybeth Matunhay, CVSC faculty president.
Joden John Nituda, Office of Student Affairs head, then discussed the students’ manual, outlining the services available, rights, duties, and responsibilities of the learners. Services provided under OSA were also discussed; Scholarship and Student Assistance and Sports and Socio-Cultural Affairs presented by Ms. Gloryjean Colomer, Guidance and Counseling by Ms. Judalyn Foro, Mr. Niño John Olaivar also talked about Student Conduct and Discipline, and lastly, Student Organizations by Ms. Mary Dane Remulta.
After the lunch break, Mrs. Janice Hermocilla, head of the Human Resources Office, discussed the policies of the HR, presenting pressing matters such as tardiness, salary processes, and even uniform.
Leo Rayon Jr., head of the Administrative Services, then discussed the plans and guidelines of his office which included a detailed organizational structure which will clarify matters involving the college’s chain of command, the standard Daily Time Record (DTR) format, and others.
College president Dr. Christie Jean Ganiera concluded the said event by urging her constituents to practice more efficient measures to give the best services to the students and other stakeholders and reminded about the importance of performing everyone’s duties for the betterment of CVSC.