Maam Mancy Lota presenting the steps of Smoked Fish processing
The college in collaboration with Department of Labor and Employment conducted a one day Training-workshop on the processing of smoked soft-boned bangus last February 2, 2017 at
ASCOT Casiguran Campus.
Fishery students of the college , most of which are residents of the humble town in the north- Casiguran, actively participated in the said entrepreneurial venture. Together with guest and visitors the participants were welcomed by Mr. Mark Manalang, an instructor and also a town local.
In order to promote good governance in adherence to the principles of transparency, accountability, equity, and efficiency and to maintain an effective and efficient procurement management according to the provisions of the Government Procurement Reform Act (Republic Act No. 9184), ASCOT recently established the Procurement Management Office that shall, together with the College Bids and Awards Committee, take lead in the management and implementation of the College Procurement Management System.
The new Procurement Office is composed of the three newly hired Certified Public Accountants, Ms. Anna May Lombres, Administrative Officer V, Ms. Catherine Valdez, Administrative Officer III, and Ms. Jissle Lapig, Administrative Officer I. Moreover, Mr. Reynante Rabang, Administrative Assistant II and Ms. Anabella Barrogo, Administrative Aide VI were also transferred to the new unit to support the operation of the new office.
The Office of Procurement is expected to provide efficient and effective procurement services that are adhered to all applicable policies and performed within law, rule, and procedure. It will also serve as the Secretariat and main support of the BAC and, thus, shall discharge all the functions and responsibilities provided for it under RA 9184 and its revised Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR).
ASCOT delegation during the SUC III Olympics 2016
ASCOT participated in the recently concluded 2016 Annual SUC Olympics to compete with the different State Universities and Colleges in Region III in various sports events which include archery, athletics, arnis, badminton, basketball, boxing, chess, football, futsal, karatedo, lawn tennis, sepak takraw, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, beach volleyball, softball, dance sports and the Search for Mr. and Ms. SCUAA III.
The event with the theme, “Sports: Alternative against Drugs”, hosted by the Pampanga State Agricultural University (PSAU) was held from January 21-27, 2017.Gracing the annual sports event as Guest of Honor and Speaker was Gen. Gregorio P. Catapang, Jr., Chief-of-Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, urged the athletes from the different SUCs to uphold the tradition of true sportsmanship and camaraderie in competition.