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NOSP Exams Slated

The qualifying examination for the Negros Occidental Scholarship Program (NOSP) is slated on November 13 to December 6 according to the Provincial Human Resource Management Office.

The November 13 schedule at EB Magalona National High School will cover the areas of EB Magalona, Talisay, Silay and Victorias; November 14 – Manapla National High School covering Manapla and Cadiz City; November 15 at Escalante National High School covering Sagay City, Escalante City, Brgy. Minapasok, Calatrava and Brgy. Bug-ang, Toboso.

The areas in San Carlos City, Don Salvador Benedicto, Calatrava and Toboso will be on November 16 and the testing center will be at Julio Ledesma National High School; Valladolid, Bago City, Pulupandan, San Enrique and Pontevedra will be on November 20 at Valladolid National High School; areas in Kabankalan City and Ilog (Proper, Andulauan National High School, Ilog National High School, Ilog CS) will be on November 21 at ERAMS West, Kabankalan City.

Areas in Cauayan, Candoni, Ilog (Tabu National High School, Dancalan, Calubang, Bocana National High School, Ilog Private Academy) will be on November 22 at Cauayan National High School.

November 23 will be the schedule for Sipalay and Hinobaan at Sipalay City National High School; areas in La Castellana, Moises Padilla, Isabela, La Carlota is scheduled on November 27 at La Castellana National High School.

Areas in Binalbagan, Hinigaran and Himamaylan are scheduled on November 28 at Binalbagan National High School.

While those from Murcia and absentees during the regular schedule can take the examination on November 29 at the PHRMO Testing Room, Marañon Hall, Sweet City Captel.

For those who will take the NOPMaNS – Medicine qualifying examination, the schedule is slated on December 4 at the Governor’s Hall, Provincial Capitol Building while the PEACE – Bachelor’s Degree and PEACE – Post-Graduate Studies exam is scheduled on December 4 and 5, respectively at the PHRMO Testing Room.* /CAPITOL NEWS

Anakpawis Partylist Representative Mariano Pays Courtesy Visit to Governor

Anakpawis Partylist Representative Mariano Pays Courtesy Visit to Governor

Anakpawis Partylist Rep. Rafael Mariano (left) called on Gov. Alfredo G. Maranon, Jr. at the Governor’s Office, yesterday. /Capitol photo

Rotary Club of Bacolod North and Tahoe-Incline Calls on Gov. Marañon for Partnership Activity

otary Club of Bacolod North and Tahoe-Incline Calls on Gov. Marañon  for Partnership Activity

Gov. Alfredo G. Maranon, Jr. (seated 2nd from left) with Dr. Maureen McCarthy (seated 2nd from right), International Project Chairperson of the Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline RID 5190, Nevada, USA; Biboy Jocson of the RC International District, and the members of the Rotary Club of Bacolod North during the group’s courtesy visit at the Capitol, yesterday. Also in photo are Dr. Renante Decena and Benja Lucasan of the provincial government. /Capitol photo

The Rotary Club of Bacolod North and Tahoe-Incline Nevada of the United States of America called on Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr., yesterday, and discussed future plans and programs after conducting a mangrove reforestation in Brgy. Taba-ao, Sagay City.

Gov. Maranon welcomed the group headed by Dr. Maureen McCarthy, International Project Chairperson of the RC Tahoe-Incline.

Their project was implemented in coordination with the City Government of Sagay and Northern Negros State College of Science and Technology (NONESCOST) that aims to implement sustainable community-based activities that protect communities against rising sea levels and diversify the economic base though community outreach education and the restoration of coastal mangrove ecosystems.

McCarthy was with Biboy Jocson, governor of the Rotary International District 3850, Alan Nuega, Lito Sion, Rick Sanders, and Jarish Nandwani of the RC Bacolod North. /Capitol News