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CVSC inks MOU with 66IB Battalion
Posted by Given Mark Inansugan on October 25, 2018 8:46 am
Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera, Ed.D., the College President represented Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) in the official signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between CVSC’s College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) and the Philippines Army’s 66th Infantry Battalion (66IB) last October 2, 2018 in Purok-3A, Barangay Cabinuangan, New Bataan, Composela Valley Province. Representing the 66IB was Lt. Col. Palmer M. Parungao,PA, 66th Infantry (Kabalikat) Battalion Commander.
Under the agreement, CVSC will use the target range facility of 66IB Battalion for the marksmanship and related forensic ballistics subjects of CVSC criminology students after the notarization of the documents signed by both parties. This serves as compliance of one of the requirements set by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to CVSC as recognized educational institution offering Bachelor of Science in Criminology.
Mr. Ramon P. Sebuan, MsC, Dean of CCJE said, “In this memorandum of understanding, it specifies that the agency concerned will accommodate all our criminology students and help us in training them with technical knowledge and practical know-how of the field.”
The MOU signing was also attended by Mr. Jonell R. Palanas, Head of Security Services Office; Lt. Arthur Y. Garidan Jr., 1st Platoon Bravo Company Commanding Officer; and Lt. Honey Lee Joy S. Maunahan who is also one of the witnesses during the signing.
At present, the 128 criminology students are undergoing General Education (GenEd) subjects, Defense Tactics, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and other physical activities and exercises in line with their program under the supervision of CCJE Dean. Moreover, upcoming classrooms and crime scene laboratories are soon to arise and more equipment will be procured in consonance to their activities that will include self-awareness and values development, leadership training, dimension of development, community exposure and community service.
More than being aligned to the institution’s continued quest for excellence, this event also marks a fulfillment of the CVSC’s mission of producing high-quality and potential members of the community through partnership and community linkages.
Congratulations to CVSC!