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Ifugao looking for scholars
Marcelo B. Lihgawon / PIA
Ifugao, 4-13-2014


LAGAWE, Ifugao – The provincial government will recruit more than 100 indigent college scholars for school year 2014-2015.

Supervising Administrative Officer Juliet Taguiling said the provincial government has provided 185 slots for the Tertiary Education Assistance Program (TEAP) to help indigent but deserving students of the different barangays and special economic zones (SEZ) of the province.

Taguiling said 175 barangays and 10 SEZ are entitled to one TEAP grantee each who is willing to enroll in tertiary courses that should not exceed four years offered and available in public tertiary schools within the province.

To qualify for the TEAP, the total gross annual income of the applicant’s family should not exceed P75,000 and not a recipient of any scholarship program and financial assistance from the provincial government, including members of his family.

The applicant must be a permanent resident of the province certified by the punong barangay and graduated from a recognized Ifugao secondary school with a general average of at least 80 percent.

The TEAP is provided under Provincial Ordinance 2004-07 enacted by provincial officials to help indigent but deserving students earn a college degree.

Another government intervention to help poor deserving students attend college is the scholarship grants of the Department of Science and Technology, although this is limited to courses related to science and technology.

Its mandate is to develop a scientifically and technologically literate citizenry and accelerate the development of science and technology human resources needed for socio-economic development.

The DOST scholarship program aims to stimulate and entice talented Filipino youths to pursue lifetime productive careers in science and technology and ensure a steady, adequate supply of qualified science and technology human resources which can steer the country towards national progress.



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