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  • Chancellor Sali reactivates CRCDO and PEO under new names

    Proving that MSU-TCTO is an interactive campus where all cultures are given importance, the Chancellor, Dr. Mary Joyce Z. Guinto-Sali, has reactivated Cultural Affairs and Community Relations Office (CACRO) through the Special Order No. 011, Series of 2018. CACRO performs the mandates of the Community Relations and Cultural Development Office (CRCDO) in order to promote good public relations with the immediate communities. It also serves as medium to present indigenous art, culture and traditions, and to exercise supervision over all the units, troupes or groups dedicated to art and entertainment media of the campus. The Tambuli Cultural Troupe and the university band should initially comprise the organizational units under the CACRO. In case an organizational unit will be created in the future whose functions are related to the mandates of the CACRO, such office must form part of the CACRO. On the other hand, the Chancellor also reactivated the Planning and Management Office (PMO)...
  • TCTO Alumnus Serves as Guest Lecturer in LET Review

    May 30, 2017 A Bachelor in Secondary Education major in English graduate of MSU-TCTO, Prof. Carlo Enrique D. Rule conducts a special review session to the College of Education Students. College of Education thru the initiatives of its dean and faculty members has conducted LET review every weekend started in November 2016 and concluded last May 21, 2017 with a LET Preboard. The review is a preparation of the college for the September 2017 Licensure Examination for Teachers. This June 3, 2017 another review will start and to be conducted by Carl E. Balita Review Center. This will end by September. Prof. Rule has finished his MA in English at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila. He is currently writing his dissertation as requirement for Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics in Philippine Normal University – Manila Graduate School. Prof. Rule is a Professor in St. Columbian College and Josefina H. Cerilles State College in Pagadian City. He was also the LET Review Coordinator...
  • Students to support SSC’s insurance system proposal

    Accidents do happen sometimes but one can escape from the expenses that may arise due to the accident through insurance. Thus, the Supreme Student Council (SSC) proposed for an insurance system. On January 26, 2018, SSC held a consultation assembly regarding   the   proposed   insurance   system.   Some   400 students attended this assembly held at Henry V.  Kong Gymnasium.    Despite    the    very    extensive    discussions, majority of the students supported the proposal.  Most importantly, MSU-TCTO    administration    approved    and supported it. During the consultation, students were also oriented on the Insurance   System.   The   Philippine   Red   Cross   Tawi-Tawi Chapter, the only insurance provider present during the consultation presented also their proposal.  Ms.  Diana A. Amilasan, Officer-in-Charge of the Red Cross, discussed the very   important   features   and   benefits   of   becoming   a member of the Philippine Red Cross.  She also mentioned the amount that...
  • TCTO designates Prof. Paramisuli Amin as head of CACRO

    The reactivation of the Cultural Affairs and Community Relations Office (CACRO) will help the university campus in its extension services. This office is mandated to promote good public relations with the immediate communities of the autonomous campus, and to bring closer the indigenous art, culture and traditions to the academic world. The office will also exercise supervision over the units/troupes/groups dedicated to art and entertainment media of the campus. The office is headed by a director to manage its functions. Prof. Paramisuli Amin, a faculty member of MSU-TCTO Preparatory High School was designated as its director through the Special Order No. 012 OC, Series of 2018, which took effect on January 8, 2018 until December 31, 2018. Aside from designating Prof. Amin, the administration has issued other special orders swapping the position of directors for Research and Institute of Continuing Education and Extension Services (ICEES). As such, Dr. Richard Muallil, professor at...
  • TCTO Artists showcased Talents in an Art Exhibit

    29 May 2017 – With its objectives to develop students’ skills and talents; encourage creativeness, resourcefulness, improvement of spatial intelligence and artistic expression; aid students to realize the field of arts as a form of expression, hobby and profession; and collaborate and unite students with artistic potentials and influence optimistic art value, the Blossom Art Club conducted a Pioneer Exhibit at the Conference Room of the Sabdani J. Bulante Hall. Students, some faculty members and university officials graced the activity. Dr. Forma L. Gonzales, one of the advisers of the organization, emphasized in her opening remarks that the activity is the first of its kind in TCTO. She as well mentioned that the club envisions to empowering and cultivating individuals to their full-potential, thus, support in exposing students in the dimensions of art within the province of Tawi-Tawi. On the other hand, Dr. Mary Joyce Z. Guinto-Sali in her message expressed her full support to the...
  • DVC with American Professor on Waste Management

    May 26, 2017 – Thomas Jefferson Information Center (TJIC) hosted another U.S. Embassy Talks on Waste Management yesterday, May 25, 2017 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am at the TCTO American Corner. Dr. Richard Muallil, the Director for Research together with the Ocean Research and Conservation (ReCon) Members and other environment advocates attended the said talk. Dr. Jenna Jambeck facilitated the digital video conference. She is an associate professor in the College of Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA), specializing in global waste management issues and plastic contamination.
  • Reconstitution of Personnel Selection Board (PSB)

    Chancellor Sali on May 2, 2017 has released a special order reconstituting the members of the Personnel Selection Board (PSB) for TCTO. The PSB is composed of Prof. Abdulgim Hassan, a senior faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences as the Chairman; Mr. Sawadjaan Jaji, the director for Office of General Administration, the vice chairman; Ms. Scheresaida Abdula, the chief of the Human Resource Management Office as secretary; Dr. Elvinia Alivio, Mr. Michael Tawasil, Mr. Abdulpatta Nuruddin and Mr. Gerwin Tupas as members. The mentioned officers and members are tasked to deliberate standard procedures and processes prescribed by the Civil Service Commission and the MSU Board of Regents on hiring and promotion of administrative personnel. The officers and members shall serve for a period of two years. The Office of Research Held the 1st Lecture Series on Papers Presented in International Conference May 18, 2017 – The office of Research hosted the 1st Lecture Series for 2017 on Papers...
  • Creation of the Web Team

    In compliance with the national government’s requirement for line agencies to maintain a website in support for transparency management, Chancellor Sali released the Special Order 202 series of 2017. The SO entails the creation of Web Team to implement a Universal Resource Locator (URL), with the address to be managed by the Information and Communications Technology Center (ICTC). The Web Team has three sub-teams: Content Team, in control of the website’s contents and its weekly update; Graphic Design Team, in charge of the graphical lay-out/design and the analysis for website’s maintenance; and Technical Team, responsible for the site’s database management, data security and protection and other technical aspects of the website’s maintenance. The team is composed of the following members: Content Team Elvinia R. Alivio Rosalio G. Artes Jr. Fernigil Colicol Jeffrey Rajik Aljemedin Jaudinez Romeo Panares Graphic Design Team Lorie Mae Aborque Berhamin...
  • Seven TCTO English Professors Trained Female Marines

    May 26, 2017 – Seven faculty members from the language department extended their services to the Female Marines of the Province of Tawi-Tawi thru facilitation on the lectures of Public Speaking and Technical Writing during the English Language Communication Skills Enhancement Seminar-Workshop. The 2nd Marine Brigade collaborated MSU-TCTO in the conduct of the seminar-workshop, which was held at the Sandbar Lepa in Barangay Pasiagan, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi on May 21-26, 2017. The said seminar-workshop aimed to hone the administrative and technical skills of the female marines; equip and develop appropriate language skills in order to meet standards of world class Armed Forces; and enhance their basic communication skills. Moreover, the seminar-workshop provided immense benefit to the military personnel to help them effectively communicate not only within their force but also to the community especially to the province of Tawi-Tawi. The workshop focused on Developing Fluency, Public Speaking...
  • AdSU conducts a special review for CSE

    Working in the government with a permanent or regular status means acquiring the many benefits and privileges that come with it; these include higher salary, bonuses, paid leave and many more. But getting such status requires more than just skills and scholastic credentials. One of the important requirements in order for an employee to have a regular or permanent status is obtaining a Civil Service Professional Eligibility. One way of acquiring this is through a paper and pencil examination. It is conducted by the Civil Service Commission (CSC).  However, obtaining eligibility through examination is not an easy task. Civil   Service   Examination (CSE) is one of the toughest eligibility exams in the country today.   The   CSE   for professional and sub-professional Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT) is an examination that tests the readiness and competitiveness    of    an    individual    towards    work    and profession    and    their    readiness    to    work    with    the...


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