All BSIT/ACT graduating students(Second Semester SY 2019-2020)
What: Labor Education Seminar for Graduating Students
When: March 2, 2020(Monday); 8:00am-5:00pm
Where: Cebu Coliseum, Sanciangko St., Cebu City
Capstone Groups whose verdict is AWR:
Please follow these instructions:
1.) Route your "Final Manuscript" and "Revised System" to a.)your adviser b.) panel 1 c.) panel 2 d.) chairman e) IT Research Coordinator. Implement all corrections.
2.) Have your final manuscript together with the approval ...
To those Capstone Teams for Oral Defense (Second Sem 2019-2020)
Pls be reminded:
Oral Defense Schedule: February 19-21, 2020. For your specific schedule please inquire at CCS office, as soon as possible.
Accomplished copies of Oral Defense Hearing Notice and Panel Honoraria Form (Form 10) must be ...Read the rest of this topic
To all Practicum students (Second Sem 2019-2020)
Please be informed of your Final Requirements deadline on the following dates :
Practicum 42 with EDP CODE :
02717 PRACT42 NIÑAL, MELVIN - March 2, 2020 (Monday)
02725 PRACT42 CARUMBA,MA CATHERINE - March 3, 2020(Tuesday)
Practicum 41 with EDP CODE:
02766 PRACT41 AMORES,JENNIFER/CARUMBA,MA CATHERINE - March 12, 2020(Thursday)
Those Capstone42 Teams who already submitted their documents needed for Oral Defense :
You may now secure Oral Defense Hearing Notice and Panel Honoraria Form (Form 10) at CCS office; and process immediately.
Accomplished copies of Oral Defense Hearing Notice and Panel Honoraria Form (Form 10) must be submitted to CCS office on or before February 15, 2020(Saturday);morning only.
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