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TEN OUTSTANDING STUDENTS OF THE PHILIPPINES


TOSP Foundation, 8/F RFM Corporate Center, Pioneer Street corner Sheridan Street, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Telephone: (02) 634 5604/ 07. Fax: (02) 631 8101 loc 7673. Email Address: tenoutstandingstudents@gmail.com

2016 TOSP
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE

Warm greetings!

Jose S. Concepcion Jr.


Chair, National Executive Committee
Chairman, TOSP Foundation Inc.
Founder, TOSP Program

Marie C. Young
Vice-Chair, National Executive Committee
President, TOSP Foundation Inc.

It is with great enthusiasm that TOSP Foundation Inc. (former RFM Foundation Inc.)
announces the commencement of the 2016 Search for the Ten Outstanding Students
of the Philippines (TOSP), with the support of our partners, most especially the
Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) headed by its Chairman, Hon. Patricia B.
Licuanan.
TOSP, as an awards program, honors the countrys most notable students at the
Malacanan Palace and by the President of the Republic. In recognizing the best, the
Program seeks graduating college students who not only excel academically, but also
dedicate themselves as exceptional leaders and community servants in order to make a
difference in their respective circles.

Jose Ma. A. Concepcion III


President & Chief Executive Officer
RFM Corporation

Dr. Patricia Licuanan


Chairperson
Commission on Higher Education

Patrick S. Tang
Vice-President and Head of HOME
Marketing for Voice and Micro-Business
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company

As the search is national in scope, all Higher Education Institutions are encouraged
to participate and nominate their schools model students.
For Regionalized Areas (Regions II, III, IV-A, V, VI, VII, X, XII, CAR, and NCR),
all duly accomplished nomination forms and supporting documents (bid books) should
be submitted to their CHEd Regional Office for Regional Screening. For NonRegionalized Areas (Regions I, IV-B, VIII, IX, XI, Caraga and ARMM), bid books
must be submitted to the 2016 TOSP National Secretariat, through their CHEd
Regional Office. Further details are mentioned in the Search Rules and Procedures
page.
To know more about the Search for 2016 Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines,
please contact the TOSP National Secretariat through the details found on the
letterhead.
We look forward to receiving your school nominations.

Sincerely yours,
Pamela Gracia Asis - Layugan
National Chair, The Outstanding Students
of the Philippines - Alumni Community

The TOSP challenge


of living out heroism

Marie C. Young
President
TOSP Foundation Inc.

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SEARCH RULES AND PROCEDURES
I. Who May Join
Nominees may come from any of the following fields of specialization (please refer to
Annex A: Fields of Specialization): Medicine; Health-Related Professions; Agriculture; Science
and Math; Information Technology; Engineering, Architecture and Maritime; Humanities,
Communication and Social Sciences; Teacher Education; Criminology and Law; Business,
Economics, Industry and Entrepreneurship; and Accountancy.
A. For Colleges
A college may submit a maximum of two (2) nominees from different courses.
B. For Universities
A university may submit a maximum of three (3) nominees from different
courses.
II. Minimum Qualification Requirements
A. A Filipino citizen, not more than 30 years old, of excellent moral character, and without
any record of criminal conviction or unfavorable disciplinary case in school.
B. A bona fide graduating student for the current academic year (AY 2015-2016), from a first
baccalaureate degree or Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Laws degrees; and
C. An outstanding student in academic and co- and extra-curricular activities with no failing
grades during his/her entire study in college, Medicine or Law School.

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III. Documents for Submission
A. All documents for submission must be in short-sized bond paper (8.5x11).
B. Two (2) copies of duly accomplished nomination forms inclusive of all documents in
sequential order. (You may use the list below as your checklist.)

Nomination Form with black and white graduation photo


Nominees personal Data
Nominees Most Significant Accomplishments
Nominees Academic Achievement Profile
Nominees Leadership Achievement Profile
Nominees Social Responsibility Profile
Nominees Character and Values Profile
Nomination Letter from the Nominator
issued and signed by Nominator(School President or Student Affairs Dean)
Recommendation Letter from a person (not relatives) with a deep knowledge of
the personal history of the nominee (may be a Mentor, Counselor, Community or
Church Leader or any person of good repute who worked with the nominee). The
recommendation must specify the reasons and circumstances surrounding the
nominees life story that are vital to his/her being an outstanding student.
Supporting Character References Profile
Certificate of Good Moral Character
TOSP Essays
Scholastic Records
Transcript of Records
should include all subjects with grades taken by the nominee from first
year college or first year of Medical or Law School to the first semester of
the academic year 2015-2016.
Certification of GWA/GPA
should specify and list the non-academic subjects that were not included
in the computation of GWA/GPA (e.g. NSTP, PE, Religious Studies/Values
Education, Social Orientation/Formation, etc.) for the same period above
and shall be signed by the college/university registrar.
must also indicate:
both the numeric and percentage equivalent of the GWA/GPA,
the highest and lowest possible (passing) mark that can be
acquired, and
the Grading System used.
NB: All Scholastic
college/university.

records

Supporting Documents
Academic Performance
Leadership
Social Responsibility

must

be

certified

true

copies

by

the

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THE SEARCH PROCESS:
I. NOMINATION AT THE SCHOOL LEVEL
A. A dean, professor, president of a college/university or a student may endorse his
nominee/s to the School Level Selection Committee (if existing) or to the Official
Nominator (the Student Affairs Office Head or the President). The head of a
college/university shall have the option to conduct a formal screening process or
directly nominate the college/universitys nominees for the search from among the
names submitted by the dean, professor, and officer of a school organization or
students of a college/university.
B. Colleges and universities are encouraged to create or initiate, as much as possible,
their own Institutional Selection Committee in screening their nominees prior to
submission of nominations to the TOSP Regional Executive Committees
(REXECOM/Secretariats in their respective areas).
II. PRE-SCREENING AT THE REGIONAL LEVEL
A. Nominations shall be received by the Regional Secretariat within the set due date. (see
schedule of deadlines)
B. The Regional Secretariat shall thoroughly review if the documents are in accordance
with the TOSP requirements.
The review shall account whether a school has
nominated more than the allowable number of nominees belonging to the same
course, students with failing grades, or students who have dropped and/or withdrawn
subjects during their years of baccalaureate or medicine or law school. It shall also
determine if there are missing or unverified documents. Should the Nomination
package be considered not in order, it shall be sent back and brought to the attention
of the nominating school until full compliance is achieved.
C. After the Regional Secretariats pre-screening, in the case of Regionalized areas, the
nomination is forwarded to the Regional Screening Committee for the Regional
Finalists selection process; for non-regionalized areas, to the National Secretariat for
the National Screening. See Annex B: List of Regionalized and Non-Regionalized Areas.
III. SELECTION OF REGIONAL FINALISTS (for Regionalized Areas only)
A. A Regional Screening Committee is convened for the sole purpose of selecting finalists
for the TOSP Regional Search through nomination package (bidbook) review. No
personal interviews by the committee shall be honored at this stage.
B. The regional finalists through their respective schools shall be formally informed of the
results by letter or telegram signed by the Regional Executive Committee Chair and
Chair of the Regional Screening Committee.
IV. REGIONAL FORMATION PROGRAM (for selected Regionalized Areas only)
In selected regions, the regional finalists shall undergo a maximum of two (2) days
Formation Program to be facilitated by the members of the TOSP Alumni Community.
V. SELECTION OF REGIONAL WINNERS (for Regionalized Areas only)
A. A five-member Board of Judges shall be convened by the REXECOM to conduct the
final selection process for the Regional Search. The finalists shall undergo a panel
interview at this stage at a designated place agreed upon by the REXECOM.

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B. After all the finalists have been interviewed, the judges will record their final scores
and deliberate en banc as to how many and who shall be awarded as TOSP Regional
Winners. The Board of Judges may decide to award less than 1/3 of the total number
of finalists if the members feel that only a fewer number deserve the award. The
regional awardees shall not be ranked.
C. A Ceremony shall be held to formally announce and bestow the Award to the Regional
Search Winners and recognize the Regional Finalists.
VI. SELECTION OF NATIONAL FINALISTS (NATIONAL SCREENING)
A. For Regionalized Areas(Regions II, III, IV-A, V, VI, VII, X, XII, CAR, and NCR):
All regional awardees automatically qualify as candidates to the National Search
Pool. All documents of the winners to the Regional Searches shall be forwarded to the
National Secretariat within the set timeline.
B. For Non-Regionalized Areas (Regions I, IV-B, VIII, IX, XI, CARAGA and ARMM):
All pre-screened and CHED-endorsed nominations from schools belonging to nonregionalized areas shall qualify as candidates for national screening. All documents of
nominees shall be forwarded to the National Secretariat within the set timeline.
C. A National Screening Committee shall be convened by the National Executive
Committee for thorough nomination package (bidbook) review for the sole purpose of
selecting the thirty (30) national finalists. No personal interviews by the committee
shall be honored at this stage.
D. The national finalists through their respective schools shall be formally informed of the
results by letter or telegram signed by the National Executive Committee Chair.
VII. NATIONAL FORMATION PROGRAM (for National Finalists only)
All thirty (30) national finalists shall be invited to Manila, Philippines by the members of
the TOSP Alumni Community and the National Secretariat to participate in the TOSP
National Week Activities consisting of a three-day Formation Program, Outreach and
Exposure Activities.
VIII. SELECTION OF NATIONAL AWARDEES
A. A five-member Board of Judges shall be convened by the National Executive
Committee (NEXECOM) to conduct the final selection process for the National Search.
The national finalists, individually, shall undergo a panel interview at this stage during
the National Week Activities.
B. After all the finalists have been interviewed, the judges will record their final scores
and deliberate en banc as to who shall be named this years Ten Outstanding Students
of the Philippines. The awardees shall not be ranked.
C. A Ceremony shall be held at the Malacanan Palace with the President of the Republic to
award the winners and honor the other national finalists.

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SEARCH FLOW

School Nomination

For Regionalized Areas


For Non Regionalized Areas
Regionalized Submission
(Regional Secretariat)

Submission of NonRegionalized to
CHED Regional
Office

Regional Pre - Screening

Regional Pre Screening


Assembly (selection of
regional finalists)
Initial National
Pre Screening
(CHED Regional
Office)

Regional Week (Formation


Program, Interview &
Judging, Awarding
ceremony)
National Nomination

Pre Screening & Auditing

National Screening Assembly


(Selection of National Finalists)

2016 National week

2016 TOSP National Awardees

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2016 TOSP National Secretariat


c/o TOSP Foundation, Inc.
8/F RFM Corporate Center
Pioneer corner Sheridan Streets
Mandaluyong City, Philippines

Attach 2x2
black and white
photo here

Telephone Numbers: (02) 631-8101 loc 7804/7805; (02) 634-5604/5607


Fax Numbers: (02) 631-8101 loc 7673; (02) 637-7873

Gentlemen:
After reviewing the award rules, it is our pleasure to nominate:

Name of Nominee: ______________________________


Course: _______________________________________
TOSP Field of Specialization: _____________________
Signature: _____________________________________

to the 2016 TEN OUTSTANDING STUDENTS OF THE PHILIPPINES Search Program for
academic year 2015-2016. We hereby certify that, to the best of our knowledge, the
information contained in this nomination form and the accompanying supporting documents
are true and correct.
We hereby agree to send our candidate, if selected, to the venue of the final interview by the
Board of Judges and to attend the Awards Ceremonies. We understand that the decision of
the Board of Judges is final and binding.
_______________________________________________________
School
______________________________________________________
Address
_________________________
Region

Signature over Name of Dean for Student Affairs


E-mail address

Telephone Number

Fax Number

Mobile Number

Date

Signature over Name of School President


E-mail address

Telephone Number

Fax Number

Mobile Number

Date

Nomination Form

I. Nomination Form

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II-a. Nominees Personal Data

Last Name

First Name

Middle Name

Nickname

______________________________________________________________________________
Home Address

______________________________________________________________________________
Residence Telephone Number

Mobile Number

Email Address

______________________________________________________________________________
Date of Birth

Age

Civil Status

______________________________________________________________________________
Citizenship

Gender

Family Background
Name

Age

Profession/Occupation

Father:

_____________________________________________________________________

Mother:

_____________________________________________________________________

Brother/s: _____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
Sister/s: _____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________

II-b. Nominees Educational Profile


School Attended

Level/Course/Degree

Inclusive Years

Elementary: __________________________________________________________________
High School: _________________________________________________________________
College: _____________________________________________________________________
Others: ______________________________________________________________________
Did you drop any subject during your entire stint in the course for which you are nominated?
YES
NO
Did you withdraw any subject during the aforementioned period?
YES
NO
If yes, please state the subject(s) and reason(s) for dropping or withdrawing:
______________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________

II-c. Nominees Hobbies and Interests


_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________

Personal Data

______________________________________________________________________________

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III-a. Most Significant Accomplishments
Fill in the tables with your three most significant achievements in the areas of academic excellence,
leadership, and social responsibility. In not more than 150 words per achievement, write a narrative
explaining the reasons why you consider each significant.

1. Academic Excellence

Rank

Most Significant Accomplishments

Level

1
2
3

1._______________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________

2._______________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________

3._______________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________

Most Significant Accomplishments

For the Level column, use the appropriate legend:


I International; N National; R Regional; P Provincial; C City; S School

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III-b. Most Significant Accomplishments
2. Leadership
Rank

Most Significant Accomplishments

Level

1
2
3

2.____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
3.____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

III-c. Most Significant Accomplishments


3. Social Responsibility
Rank

Most Significant Accomplishments

Level

1
2
3

1.____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
2.____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
3.____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

Most Significant Accomplishments

1.____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

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IV. Nominees Academic Achievement Profile
(Academic Honors and Awards)

1. This profile shall only include academic honors and awards received from
institutions, organizations, and contests during academic yearsfrom a first
baccalaureate, medical and law
2. Honors and awards must be arranged in chronological order from most recent to
earliest. Date column must be filled- up with month date year entries
3. For the Level Column, use this legend:
I International; N National; R Regional; P Provincial; C City; S School
4. Reference page refers to the page of the supporting document for the listed item;
i.e copy of certificate, news article, or photo of award, etc.
5. The chart below must be replicated for each school year.

School Year:_______________________
Rank, Name of
Date
Honor/Award
Given By
(MM-DD-YY)
Received

Description of
Honor/Award
Received

Level

Reference
Page

Academic Profile
NOTE: Nominee may delete the instructions above if more space is needed and may add more
rows if needed.

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V. Nominees Leadership Achievement Profile
(Co- and Extra-Curricular Activities and Awards)

1. This profile shall only include co and extra curricular activities, programs,
projects, or organizations that the nominee has been involved with/in such as
student government, academic-related organizations, or school-based volunteer
organizations.
2. Co- and extra-curricular awards include distinctions on leadership, student service,
organizational performance, or debate tournaments, performing arts, journalism
engagements, etc.
3. The chart below must be replicated for each school year.

School Year:_______________________
Date
(MM-DD-YY)

Position,
Name of
Activity

Description of
Activity and Your
Involvement

Organized
By

Beneficiary

Level

Reference
Page

Leadership Profile
NOTE: Nominee may delete the instructions above if more space is needed and may add more
rows if needed.

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VI. Nominees Social Responsibility Profile
(Civic Activities and Community Involvements and Awards)

1. This profile shall only include civic engagements and community service
involvements done voluntarily, separate from and independent of academic
requirements. This includes activities done in or with community, charity or nongovernment organization, church, or in connection with the school extension
(social development program).
2. This also includes awards given in recognition of achievements or services
rendered in the same context as abovestated, by any organization, institution, or
government unit.
3. The chart below must be replicated for each school year.

School Year:_______________________
Date
(MM-DD-YY)

Position,
Name
of Activity

Description of
Activity and Your
Involvement

Organized
By

Beneficiary

Level

Reference
Page

Social Responsibility
NOTE: Nominee may delete the instructions above if more space is needed and may add more
rows if needed.

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VII. Nominees Character and Values Profile
A. Nomination Letter from the Nominator
For the Nominator, please summarize the
should be selected. Kindly limit to 300 words only.

reasons

why

you

believe

your

nominee

B. Recommendation Letter
Recommendation letter from a person (except relatives) with a deep knowledge of the personal
history of the nominee. He or she may be a mentor, counselor, community or church leader or any
person of notable repute who has worked with the nominee. This letter must highlight the reasons,
circumstances, and experiences that make the nominee outstanding.

C. Certificate of Good Moral Character


D. TOSP Essays

For the Nominee: Please select ONLY two (2) questions out of the six (6) given below and
answer each question in not more than 300 words. Insert your essays after this page
1. What to you is the meaning of community service?
2. How have you responded to the call and the challenges of nation building?
3. What is the significance of excellence and being outstanding in todays society?

5. What motivated you to be where you are now? Who were the people and what
were their roles in contributing to the values and principles you live by day today?
6. Why do you continue to live by the values you believe in? Why are these very
significant to your life vis--vis your contribution to society?

Character & Values

4. How were you able to lead a balanced life as a student?

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E. Supporting Character References*

We hereby certify that we have personally known the nominee, _________________________,


for at least two (2) years and to the best of our knowledge,
he/she is of excellent moral character and
has no record of criminal conviction or unfavorable disciplinary action at school.
_______________________________________

_______________________________________

Name

Name

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

Position/Designation

Position/Designation

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

Address

Address

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

Tel. No.

Tel. No.

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

Signature

Signature

_____________________________________________________
Name
_____________________________________________________
Position/Designation
_____________________________________________________
Address
_____________________________________________________
Tel. No.
_____________________________________________________
Signature

*must not include relatives

Character & Values

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VIII. Scholastic Records

Insert the following after this page:


a. Transcript of Records
This should include all subjects with grades taken by the nominee from the first
semester of first year in college, Medical or Law School to the first semester of the
academic year 2015-2016.

b. Certification of GWA/GPA
1. This certification should specify and list the non-academic subjects that were not
included in the computation of GWA/GPA (e.g. NSTP, PE, Religious
Studies/Values Education, Social Orientation/Formation, etc.) for the same period
above and shall be signed by the college/university registrar.
2. This must also indicate:
i. both the numeric and percentage equivalent of the GWA/GPA,
ii. the highest and lowest possible (passing) mark that can be acquired,
and
iii. the Grading System used.
3. This must be certified true copies by the college/university registrar.

Scholastic Records

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IX. Supporting Documents

Insert the following after this page:


a. Academic Performance
Shall include only photos of awards with descriptive captions (name of honor/award,
date, venue, and award-giving bodies), copies of newspaper clippings or certificates;
b. Leadership
Shall include only copies of certificates, newspaper clippings, photos of activities (name
of activity, date, venue, and organizing bodies), or photos of awards (for co- and extracurricular awards);
c. Social Responsibility
Shall include only copies of certificates, newspaper clippings, photos of activities (name
of activity, date, venue, and organizing committees), or photos of awards (for civic
involvements and services).
NB:
- Only one (1) proof/supporting document shall be submitted for each claim
- Supporting documents should not include minutes of the organizational
meetings, project evaluation reports, thesis and feasibility studies, project
proposals, general plans of actions, calendar of activities.
- For certificates and newspaper clippings, photocopied materials are preferred.
- All supporting documents must be certified true copies by the college/university.

Supporting Documents

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DEADLINE FOR NON-REGIONALIZED AREAS

Two (2) copies of duly accomplished nomination forms and supporting documents
(bid books) should be submitted to your CHEd Regional Office (CHEd-RO) not later
than the date provided for your region below:

REGION

CHED - REGIONAL OFFICE


ADDRESS

CONTACT DETAILS

DEADLINE
(REGIONAL)

CHEd-RO I
Government Center, Sevilla,
City of San Fernando, La Union

Telefax: (072) 242 2750


Tel. (072) 242 0238/5017
chedro1@ched.gov.ph

June 10, 2016

CHEd-RO IV-B
2nd Flr., HEDC Bldg.,
C.P. Garcia St., Diliman, Q.C.

Tel. (02) 386 4781

IV-B

VIII

CHEd-RO VIII
cor. Real St. and Calanipawan Rd.,
Sagkahan, Tacloban City

Tel. (053) 325-8579


0998-356-4335/0915-776-4154
chedro8@ched.gov.ph

June 10, 2016

IX

CHEd-RO IX
Polytechnic Compound,
Baliwasan Chico, Zamboanga City

Tel. (062) 991-7648/7084


Fax. (062) 991-7649
chedro9@ched.gov.ph

June 10, 2016

XI

CHEd-RO XI
Loyola St., Ba Obrero Univ. of
Southeastern Phil. Compound
Davao City

Telefax. (082) 259-3418/282-4448


chedro11@ched.gov.ph

June 10, 2016

ARMM

CHEd-RO ARMM
2F DILG Bldg., ARMM Compound,
Cotabato City

Telefax. (082) 295-3418/282-4448


Chedro11@ched.gov,ph

June 10, 2016

CARAGA

CHEd-RO CARAGA
CSU, Ampayon,
Butuan City

Telefax: (085) 342-7765/5253


Tel. (085) 342-7483/2064
chedcaraga@gmail.com

June 10, 2016

June 10, 2016

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DEADLINES FOR REGIONALIZED AREAS

Two (2) copies of duly accomplished nomination forms and supporting documents
(bid books) should be submitted to your Regional Secretariat c/o CHEd Regional
Office (CHEd-RO) not later than the date provided for your region below:
REGION

II

III

IV-A

CHED REGIONAL
OFFICE
CHEd-RO II
Regional
Development
Center, Carig,
Tuguegarao
City, Cagayan
CHEd-RO III
Regional
Government
Center,
Maimpis,
San Fernando
City,
Pampanga
CHEd-RO IV-A
2F HEDC
Bldg., C.P.
Garcia St.,
Diliman, Q.C.
CHEd-RO V
CHEd-RO
Building, EMS
Barrio South,
Brgy.
2,Legaspi City

CHED Regional Offic


Contact Details

Telefax. (078) 396-0651


chedregion02@gmail.com

Tel. (045) 455-1662


chedro3_sfp@yahoo.com

TOSP-ALUMNI COMMUNITY

Helen Gemma Vallejos


0916 797 4299
helengemmavallejos@gmail.com

Lawrence Charlemagne David


0906 213 3694
lawrencecharlemagne@gmail.com

DEADLINE
(REGIONAL)

April 22,
2016

April 22,
2016

Tel. (02) 332-4734


mporoceo0129@yahoo.com

Andel Reyes
0916 311 6399
andelwithcare@gmail.com

Tel. (052) 481-5096


Fax. (052) 481-5095
ched.region5@gmail.com

Rj Competente
09282110464
rj.competente@yahoo.com

April 22,
2016

Jemuel Garcia Jr.


09087051785
jemuelgarciajr@yahoo.com.ph

April 22,
2016

VI

CHEd-RO VI
#12
Washington
St., Jaro, Iloilo

Telefax. (033) 320-6976


Tel. (033) 329-5955/5088852
chedro6@yahoo.com

VII

CHEd-RO VII
National
Government
Center,
Sudlon, Lahug,
Cebu City

Tel. (032) 414-9195/9194


chedro7@ched.gov.ph

CHEd-RO X
Pelaez
Sports
Center,
Don Apolinar
Velez St.,
Cagayan de
Oro City

XII

CHEd-RO XII
Block 2, Reyes
Subdivision,
Barangay
Morales,
Koronadal City

Rolando Villamero Jr.


rolando.villamerojr@gmail.com

April 22,
2016

April 22,
2016

Tel. (0882) 856-4380/2171231


Telefax. (0882) 272-4180

Jerlie Requerme
attyjerl@yahoo.com

April 22,
2016

Tel. (083) 228-1127


Fax. (083) 228-1130
chedro12@yahoo.com

Wilter Friales
09072913815
cuevas_friales@yahoo.com

April 22,
2016

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DEADLINES FOR REGIONALIZED AREAS (continued)

REGION

CHED - REGIONAL
OFFICE

TOSP NATIONAL SECRETARIAT

TOSP-ALUMNI
COMMUNITY

DEADLINE
(REGIONAL)

NCR

CHEd-RO NCR
2F HEDC Bldg., C.P.
Garcia St., Diliman,
Quezon City

Tel. 468-0213/441-0879/4410985/441-1224/441-0453
chedncr@gmail.com

Mina Akram
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April 22, 2016

CAR

CHEd-RO CAR
BSU Compound, La
Trinidad, Benguet

Tel. (074) 422-4052


Fax. (074) 422-2418
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April 22, 2016

TEN OUTSTANDING STUDENTS OF THE PHILIPPINES


Annex A: Fields of Specialization
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
Baccalaureate Degrees, Doctor of Medicine
and Bachelor of Laws Degrees only
Medicine.
Health-Related Professions:
Dentistry, Medical Technology, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Physical/Occupation Therapy, Optometry,
Radiological Technology, Pharmacy.
Agriculture:
Agricultural Engineering, Fisheries, Forestry, Veterinary Medicine, and allied courses like Agribusiness.
Science and Math:
Astronomy, Meteorology, Biology, Biochemistry, Botany, Microbiology, Human Biology, Molecular Biology
and Biotechnology, Physiology, Zoology, Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Chemical Technology,
Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, Geology, Ecology, Metallurgy, Natural Sciences, Volcanology,
Oceanography and Statistics.
Information Technology:
Computer Science, Computer Technology, Information Management.
Engineering, Architecture and Maritime:
All fields of Engineering and Maritime Programs such as Marine Engineering, Marine Transportation and
Naval Architecture.
Humanities, Communication and Social Sciences:
Psychology, Philosophy, Literature, English, Filipino and other Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, History,
Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, Journalism, Mass Communications, Broadcasting,
Theology, Music, Social Work, Interior Design, Tourism, International Studies.
Teacher Education:
Elementary and Secondary Education, Industrial Education.
Criminology and Law:
Criminal Justice and Jurisprudence, Correction and Jail Management, Law, Enforcement, Police
Administration, Security and Safety Management.
Business, Economics, Industry and Entrepreneurship:
Banking and Finance, Public Administration, Business Administration, Custom Administration, Accountancy,
Marketing, Economics, Business/Industrial Management, Legal Management, Hotel & Restaurant
Management, Tourism Management, and Management Engineering.
Accountancy.

TEN OUTSTANDING STUDENTS OF THE PHILIPPINES


Annex B. List of Regionalized and Non-Regionalized Areas
Regionalized Areas
Region II
Region III
Region IV-A
Region V
Region VI
Region VII
Region X
Region XII
Cordillera Administrative
Region
National Capital Region

Non-Regionalized Areas
Region I
Region IV-B
Region VIII
Region IX
Region XI
CARAGA
Autonomous Region in
Muslim Mindanao

Areas with Regional Formation


Programs
Region II
Region III
Region IV-A
Region V
Region VI
Region VII
Region X
Region XII
Cordillera Administrative Region
National Capital Region