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CVSC ROTC Unit gets outstanding rating in the RAATI 2019
Posted by Given Mark Inansugan on March 21, 2019 6:48 am
Compostela, Compostela Valley Province – The Compostela Valley State College – Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) unit composed of 432 cadets and cadet officers from the main campus and its branches in Montevista and Maragusan under the 1103rd (COV) Community Defense Center, 11RCDG, ARESCOM, undergoes Regional Annual Administrative and Tactical Inspection (RAATI) conducted by the Army Reserve Command (ARESCOM) of the Philippine Army held at the CVSC main campus grounds last March 19, 2019.
The said event was graced by Col. Edwin O. Cañete, OS GSC (INF) PA as the guest of honor and speaker. In his speech, Col. Cañete stressed that the RAATI as an annual activity is designed to evaluate the ROTC units in the implementation of the overall ROTC program.
Under category A, the CVSC’s ROTC unit was evaluated as to its administrative and management efficiency, tactical and or field test management, theoretical aspect as to the proficiency, and quality of training gained by the Corps of Cadets.
Despite of the heavy downpour, the cadets and cadet officers managed to perform well in the different events involving Administrative Inspection, Ceremonial Parade, Company Drill, Rank Inspection, School Support and Participation, Basic and Advance ROTC, Operation Order Writing. Assembly and Disassembly of M16 Rifle and Cal. 45 pistol, Disaster Response and Rescue Operations, Map Reading, Method of Instructions and Small Unit Tactics.
As a result, the ROTC Unit of the college garnered a total rating of 99.06% which manifested that even as a fledging higher education institution it has proven itself that it is at par with the rest of the colleges and universities in the implementation of ROTC program.
Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera, the College President expressed her gratitude and appreciation to the trainers led by 2Lt Alan D. Mondigo (INF) PA for had it not with their expertise, the event would not be a success.
She also commended the whole corps of cadets headed by the Corps Commander Cdt. Col. James B. Villaruz from Main campus, Cdt. Col. Rommel M. Tusong from Maragusan and Cdt. Col. Romilo L. Quiao Jr. from Montevista who have shown exceptional skills and outstanding performance in their different evaluation categories.
Present also with this affair were the faculty and staff of the college with the heads of offices: Dr. Lilybeth M. Matunhay; Vice President for Research and Extension Development; Dr. Robert M. Gomez, Director for Instruction; and Mr. Kim Baloca, Director for Finance Services.