Paguia bares vision for Bulacan Agriculture State College

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  • Butch G.
  • 4 years ago

BALANGA CITY, BataanBataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) Acting Vice President for Research, Extension, and Training Services, Dr. Hermogenes Paguia bared his vision and goals for his alma mater Bulacan Agricultural State College (BASC) during the public presentation and forum for those aspiring for president of the college on Monday.
“My goals for BASC include student welfare and development, transparency and governance, and advancement in research and development and innovations, among others”, he said in front of faculty members and students of BASC in San Ildefonso, Bulacan.
He graduated in BASC with the course of BS Agricultural Education in 1992.
“I will push for excellent delivery of instruction through highly qualified, competent and globally competitive faculty and appropriate learning facilities and services. I will promote global competitiveness by offering international training programs, industry immersion, scholarships and research grants”, he pointed out.
“There will be good governance through transparency in administrative records management, financial budgeting, and utilization monitoring system”, he said.
“I aspire for BASC to become a leading institution in Advanced Research Development and Innovations with increased budget allocation for the improvement of research facilities and research and development centers, capacity building , incentives, networking, collaboration, and formulation of equitable policies for research and development programs for technology transfer and commercialization”, he also said.
Dr. Rowena Valerio of BPSU College of Technology described Paguia as young visionary leader who can head BASC to become a leading education institution in Central Luzon.
Aside from him, three other applicants participated in the public forum.

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