Due to inclement weather condition forecast, all evening classes beginning at 5:00 P.M., August 28, are suspended per NCST Administration. All office operations are likewise suspended starting at 5:00 P.M.
Please be guided accordingly.
The school administration and management would like to inform everyone, that while classes are suspended due to flood warning in the whole Cavite province, all offices in our college are open and ready to extend services to our students, parents and stakeholders.
The Treasury Office is also open to serve all those who are to settle their outstanding accounts for the Preliminary Examination. Please take advantage of today’s operation to avoid over crowding/queuing, inconvenience and delays. We are hoping to serve you better in this area of our operation, and for that reason, we are staying open until 5:00 PM today, July 22, 2014.
To all students of NCST Main and NASTECH, NO CLASSES tomorrow, July 22, 2014. We will conform to the announcement of Gov. Jonvic Remulla to be able to prepare for the expected severe flooding due to heavy rains. However, all employees are requested to report tomorrow from 8am – 5pm.
The treasury Office will be open tomorrow to accept tuition fee payments as we have regular office operation. We advise our students who’ll be setting their payments to prepare exact amount for faster service.
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On March 14, 2014, in the celebration of Engineering-Architecture Week, NCST President and Chief Executive Officer Emerson B. Atanacio signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Mechatronics & Robotics Society of the Philippines (MRSP), a TESDA accredited training center, for the conduct of trainings for NCST Engineering students. Said trainings are on “Mechatronics Servicing” and “Instrumentation and Control Servicing”. Engr. Gamaliel F. Itao, MSRP Chairman co-signed the memorandum for MRSP. Also present in the event as witnesses for the signing were Engr. Jan Berden D. Bermejo of NCST and Mr. James Bernard Itao of MRSP.
With the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement, the parties hope to derive mutual benefits that can be generated through cooperation and positive impacts in their services to the clients and the students. The two major concerns of NCST which can potentially be addressed by the signing of the MOA are technology transfer and TESDA National Competency Certification.
Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary field, combining in a synergistic manner, the classical knowledge of Mechanical Engineering, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Electronics, Optics and Computer Science. Mechatronics and Robotics Society of the Philippines, a non-stock, non-profit, non-government organization is a group of people committed to the advancement of Mechatronics and Robotics Technology in the Philippines. The group hopes to do this through Research and Development, innovations and sharing of expertise, information and experience. Thus, through the trainings that MRSP will conduct, NCST and its students will get technology updates, most beneficial in acquiring TESDA National Certification and fitting for the students’ entry into various fields or industries after graduation. The trainings would also be a venue where they could share new projects or innovations for the advancement of the application of mechatronics for the benefit of mankind.
NCST entered into this agreement with high hopes to sustain the promising development tracks of the school in providing advanced technology and industry-based education that it envisions for its students.
By: Engr. Luzviminda Ocampo
NCST announces its enrollment for freshmen for the First Semester of School Year 2014-2015.
Enrollees may proceed to the Admissions Office for inquiries and/or submission of requirements. Look for Ma’am Kat. Other friendly admission staff will be ready to assist you.
Due to the scheduled maintenance in Bacoor City, an urgent shut down of the citywide electrical facility was enforced last night from 11pm to about 3am, restricting the ingress and setting up of the robots and products for the Innobotic Exhibit in SM City. Instead of having a two-day expo, all products developed will now be showcased for one day in March 8, Saturday.
Microsoft Country General Manager Karrie Capellan-Ilagan, NCST President & CEO Emerson Atanacio, Syntegral Tech President Glenn Espino, Micro Computer Leader Inc. President John Galang, Unique Synergies President Andy Tagulao, sign an education alliance contract on 27 February 2014. — at National College of Science and Technology (NCST).
THE Manila Times College (TMTC) and the National College of Science and Technology (NCST) on Monday signed a memorandum of agreement that will allow students of NCST to enroll and obtain a journalism degree at the TMTC.
Under the agreement, TMTC will offer AB Journalism to NCST students starting this summer. NCST is located in Dasmariñas City in Cavite province.
NCST President and Chief Executive Officer Emerson Atanacio said the program will give their students the opportunity to get hands-on training and extensive journalistic experience.
“This [dual-degree program] will be a great advantage to our students as they will get dual certification. With this partnership, our students will surely find a job after they graduate,” Atanacio said.
According to Dr. Dante Ang Sr., chairman emeritus of The Manila Times, NCST students will not only be taught comprehensive and industry-based curriculum but will also be exposed to the actual working environment.
“The TMTC follows a very good curriculum. Students will learn not only how to write [good] stories, we will also assign them to various beats with press IDs,” Ang said. “We have state-of-the art training equipment for our learners and we also have highly competent instructors as most of them are seasoned journalists.”
TMTC President Dr. Isagani Cruz said the TMTC is gearing up to widen its network of partner schools as the country prepares for the Asean economic integration by 2015.
“It is our goal to have the best journalists in the whole world. We want our country to be number one in that field come 2015,” Cruz said.
NCST is the newest addition to the list of TMTC’s partner schools offering double-degree programs. The TMTC had signed similar agreements with the Emilio Aguinaldo College, National University, Manuel L. Quezon University and Lyceum of the Philippines University, among others.