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Dr. Ganiera’s SOCA: “2018, an arduous yet fulfilling year for CVSC family”
Posted by Given Mark Inansugan on January 3, 2019 9:13 am
Leading a most unforgettable and colorful celebration of Compostela Valley State College’s (CVSC) 5th founding anniversary, College President Dr. Christie Jean Ganiera said that CVSC is in the upswing and called on her people to keep the momentum to propel CVSC to greater heights.
Dr. Ganiera in her State of the College Address (SOCA), which she delivered at the CVSC dome on December 7, 2018, said the college has traveled through a significant journey over the past few years.
“Our various accomplishments are a great manifestation of the hard work, concerted effort and sense of shared sacrifices among the faculty, staff, and students,” Dr. Ganiera said.
She emphasized that while she is continuing the vision of her leadership, her administration bring about a change in the people’s perception of government and their governance experience. These will be achieved through inclusive participation of all stakeholders in the growth and institutionalization of a proactive approach towards the isolated, marginalized and underserved components.
The College President also urged the people of CVSC to work in the spirit of unity and cooperation to move the institution forward in pursuing common goals in progress.
As Dr. Ganiera reported in her SOCA the comprehensive rundown listings of her administration’s accomplishments for the first three years of her governance, she also mentioned all the significant milestones of this pioneering institution and the efforts on infrastructure developments.
Other highlights of accomplishments the College President listed in her SOCA are the student developments and services and other achievements on students’ curricular and co-curricular activities.
Moreover, banking on partnerships with all government agencies and offices to deliver free services to the people, particularly those in far-flung communities, the Research and Extension Services on its initiatives on CVSC Project ALFPA or the Alternative Livelihood for Flood-Prone Areas helped the people of Mangayon, Compostela thru the capacity building and financial literacy. Also with Provincial Government, Department of Science and Technology (DOST), University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman, and Nabunturan Integrated Miners Development Cooperative, CVSC joined this partnership for the Bettermine Project formerly known as the Field Testing of Integrated Gold-Copper Mineral Processing Pilot Plant in Compostela Valley.
The foundation celebration, which bears the theme “CVSC @ 5: Highlighting its humble beginnings,” gathers government officials and municipal official heads, Mayor Lema Bolo of Compostela, Mayor Gerald Balbin of New Bataan, Mayor Eutropio Jayectin of Montevista, Mayor Mariz Colina of Maragusan. Also present during the event were Hon. Maria Carmen “Maricar, the Mother of CVSC” S. Zamora, BOT Member and Representative of 1st Congressional District of ComVal represented by her father, Hon. Manuel “Way Kurat” E. Zamora, Vice Governor of ComVal; and Hon. Jayvee Tyron L. Uy, Governor of ComVal. Also, Dr. Jonathan A. Bayogan, College President of Davao del Norte State College (DNSC) and the former Officer-in-Charge (OIC) President of CVSC attended the said affair as the Keynote Speaker.
For five years, CVSC has continued to pursue quality and higher excellence to serve the community better, and as the year ends, this College’s celebration of its milestone has a goal to take on the challenges and opportunities in the future generation.
“I feel extreme excitement for what the future holds for our institution. It is reaching the higher rungs in the hierarchy of education in the nation, and the ASEAN region is a realistic goal. With continued cooperation and innovation, we can surely make all these massive dreams come true,” Dr. Ganiera added.