98 NOSP Scholars Graduate, 22 with Honors

April 6th, 2017
Public Information Section
Capitol News

A total of 98 scholars under the Negros Occidental Scholarship Program of the Provincial Government graduated and 22 of them received academic honors and distinctions from their respective colleges and universities.

There are 48 graduates from District Educational Scholarship (DES), 19 graduates from Pagkaon Scholarship, 14 from Indigenous Peoples (IP), 6 from Degree Completion Scholarship (DCS), 10 from Provincial Educational Assistance for Capitol Employees (PEACE) and 1 from Best of Negros.

As tradition, the NOSP scholars who graduated with honors will be given Medals of Excellence, Certificates of Recognition and cash incentives.

Under the District Educational Scholarship, Ira Tabino who hails from Cauyan is the only grantee that graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree of Bachelor of Elementary Education at Central Philippine State University-Cauyan and will receive P15,000; while Jan Lee Gumban from CPSU-Kabankalan, Greg Tampus from Philippine Normal University, and Daphnie Yhen Abadies and Ronan Jay Alob both from CPSU San Carlos, graduated Magna Cum Laude and will receive P10,000.

Willy Boy Garcia, Josephine Batusin, Marry Ann Guanco, Mary Ann Lopez, Inah Dawn Maestrecampo all from CHMSC-Fortune Towne; Christine Joy Escutin, and Quincy Ann Violanda from CHMSC-Talisay, Meriam Cañete from CPSU San Carlos; Almer Tayactac from PNU; Christian Loberas and Irish Mae Zerna from West Visayas State University-Himamaylan Extension all graduated Cum Laude and will be receiving P5,000 cash incentives while and Jireh Delos Reyes from CHMSC-Alijis will get P2,000 for his special award.

Under the Pagkaon Scholarship, Julito Manlangit, Jr. from NONESCOST graduated Magna Cum Laude while Cheyen Belnas and Camille Cahilig both from CPSU-Kabankalan graduated Cum Laude.

Meanwhile, Avelyn Marañon, a PEACE grantee, graduated with High Academic Distinction for her Master of Public Administration degree at UNO-R and she will be receiving P15,000.*/CAPITOL NEWS