22 December 2019
A total of 396 qualifiers who are enrolled in various science and technology degree programs are set to enjoy the benefits of the 2019 Junior Level Science Scholarships (JLSS) starting the First Semester of AY 2019-2020.
Hundreds of ongoing third year college students will be recipients of the premier science scholarship as the Department of Science and Technology - Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) announces the passers of the JLSS Examination administered nationwide on 02 June 2019.
Qualifiers to the program will receive tuition subsidy, monthly stipend, book allowance, among others for two to three years under the scholarship.
The JLSS is a scholarship program under the Republic Act (R.A.) No. 2067 or the Merit Scholarship, R.A. No. 7687 or the “S&T Scholarship Act of 1994,” and the R.A. No. 10612 or the “Fast-Tracked S&T Scholarship Act of 2013.”
Student innovations recognized in 3rd imake.wemake; Ramon Magsaysay HS Cubao, Pavia NHS, and New Era GenSan bag top prize
09 December 2019
LUZON, VISAYAS, MINDANAO REPRESENT. The 3rd imake.wemake Youth Innovation Prize winners surprisingly came from Luzon (Ramon Magsaysay High School-Cubao), Visayas (Pavia National High School), and Mindanao (New Era University Integrated School-General Santos City). The winning teams pose with DOST Undersecretary for S&T Services Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr. (second from left), DOST-SEI Deputy Director Albert Mariño (first from left), and C&E Publishing, Inc. Chief Operations Officer John Emyl Eugenio (rightmost).
Fifteen senior high school teams joined the country’s scientists and engineers in creating technology innovations for Filipino communities.
Their works, showcased at the 3rd imake.wemake: create. innovate. collaborate competition of the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) and C&E Publishing, Inc., seek solutions to pressing societal and community issues in food safety, health, education, disaster mitigation, agriculture, and environment.
In the two-day final project presentation and awarding ceremony at the Crimson Hotel in Muntinlupa City last December 2-3, 2019, the teams from Ramon Magsaysay High School-Cubao, Pavia National High School, and New Era University Integrated School-General Santos City emerged as victors, besting twelve other finalists in the competition. They were awarded the Youth Innovation Prize and P100,000 cash each by DOST Undersecretary for S&T Services Dr. Renato Solidum, Jr., DOST-SEI Deputy Director Albert Mariño, and C&E Publishing, Inc. Chief Operations Officer Mr. John Emyl Eugenio.
21 November 2019
THREEPEAT. For the third time, Pitogo High School secured the Best Team Award in the returning Tagisang Robotics Competition organized by DOST-SEI.
Pitogo High School once again dominated the playing field with its do-it-all robot to secure the best win-draw-loss record at the end of eliminations and be crowned as the Best Team, while the duo of Malabon National High School and Caloocan National Science High School emerged as the Best Alliance in the recently-concluded 2019 Tagisang Robotics: Design, Build and Play Competition held on November 19-20 at the Philippine International Convention Center, Pasay City.
Pitogo HS, which won as Best Rookie Team and Best Team in 2013 and again as Best Team in 2014, showed no rust and proved among the 16 school teams that they are still the team-to-beat in the returning robotics competition. However, they failed to advance to the final round where the fourth ranked alliance of Malabon NHS and Caloocan NSHS shocked the top three pairings to emerge as victors.
Pitogo HS “Thunderbots” is composed of students Luke Alexander Pons, Nathaniel Macato, Jamella Marisse Ragasa, and Althea Maratas. As Best Team, they bagged P100,000 cash prize and a trophy.