Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Enrollment Rate Increases by 7%

by Joefell Francis Balagosa with reports from Romela Christy Magturo
CHMSC StudentsAcademic Year 2012-2013 enrollment rate for the first semester increased by seven percent compared to last year, record released by the Office of the Registrar on June 28.
Lorna T. Cachero, Dev. Ed. D., Director of the Admissions and Registrar presented the report with Alijis Campus having the highest increase of 18%.
Record shows that Post-Graduate Education has 11 enrollees, Graduate Education with 394 enrollees, Civil Engineering with 285, Bachelor of Secondary Education with 826, BS in Industrial Technology with 2063, and Bachelor of Elementary Education with 1064.
Meanwhile, BS in Fisheries has 263 enrollees, BS in Accountancy with 225, BS in Business Administration with 1189, BS in Office Administration with 203, BS in Information System with 895, BS in Information Technology with 684, BS in Entrepreneurship with 140, BS of Technical Teacher Education with 66, BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management with 282, BS in Criminology with 749, Bachelor of Arts with 257, Teacher Cert Program with 55, and BS in Accounting Technology with 367.

Associate in Information System, Office Administration and Industrial Technology have a total of 590 enrollees. In the other hand, Laboratory school’s Basic Education (Elementary) has 223 enrollees and Basic Education (Secondary) with 167; Preschool has 71 enrollees.
Talisay Campus increased by five percent compared to last year’s total enrollees from 4651 to 4897. Alijis Campus increased by 18 percent, Fortune Town by three percent, and Binalbagan by six percent.
From 10, 362 enrollees last academic year, it increased to 11, 069 as of this year enrollment of the four campuses.

CHMSC holds Turnover Ceremony for College Presidency

By Roberto Sumilang and Vanessa Abigail Ledesma

Carlos Hilado Memorial State College welcomes Dr. Renato M. Sorolla as the newly elected College President during the Turnover Ceremony, at CHMSC – Talisay Multi-purpose Hall, July 9, 2012. Dr. Sorolla was the former Dean of the College Industrial Technology of Western Visayas College of Science and Technology (WVCST).
Dr. Benny A. Palma, the outgoing CHMSC President warmly relinquised the office after his 4 years of service. The program highlights the turning over of the College Maze, Banner, and Medal as well as the budget, projects, 371 faculty members, 169 staff and 11,069 students.
“Thanks for all the learning I’ve got after four years of my stay here at CHMSC. I will cherish it all my life, together with my family,” Dr. Palma shared in his speech.
Dr. Sorolla stated all his primary visions, plans, and programs for the College.

“Today, I am honored to be given this opportunity for stewardship of a good college. Dr. Palma has done a lot of effort. I know that my ability and inspiration in teaching, education and leadership management keep me fitted for this one of a kind duty.” Dr. Sorolla said.
“I am fully aware that the goal is to make CHMSC a center of excellence, a center of development. But I would like to remind you that I did not come here as a one man army. With your full cooperation and active participation, together, we can make CHMSC fit for its statutory functions," Dr. Sorolla added.

CHMSC Elects New Set Of SSG Officers


JULY 13, 2012 became a talk of the day as CHMSC finally proclaimed its new set of Supreme Student Government (SSG) officers through the manner of voting held at the assigned precinct rooms.
Arnel Torrico, BSED III-A, of PARAGON Party won the presidency garnering 1, 642 total votes.
Meanwhile, Torrico’s running mate Catherine Jarder, BEED III-C, was declared as the vice-president.

Eleven other senators were named and Rubi Aguilar topped the rank. Other senators were Ian Bancayan, Christian Castillano, Jacklyn Montes, Adyent Prayco, Love Joy Jacildo, Jaypee Batisla-ong, Debie Tiolo, Mry Grace Galfo, Michael John Sepil, Aldrin Mahilum, and Carlo Entor.
SSG Election is noted as one of the most awaited events in CHMSC that answers the search for the student representatives and leaders that will embody good governance.
Torrico’s problem is to create more projects to pave the way in CHMSC’s development. Dr. Renato Sorolla, CHMSC President, conducted the oath of Office of the new set of SSG Officers at the College AVR on July 19.
CHMSC Student body hopes that the new administration under Torrico will promote integrity in leadership.*By Joefell Francis Balagosa with reports from Gyler Ann Granja