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MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT

BETWEEN POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES (PUP) AND


NATIONAL FOOD AUTHORITY (NFA)
KNOW ALL MENBY THESE REPRESENTS:
This Memorandum of Agreement made by and between:
The Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP), a government institution of
higher learning with principal office in, Manila represented by this agreement by in
her official capacity as President, duly authorized for this purpose and hereinafter
referred to as Institute;
and
The NATIONAL FOOD AUTHORITY (NFA) , a government agency created by virtue of
Presidential Decree (PD) No. 4, as amended by PDs 1485 and 1770, with principal
office at Philippine Sugar Incorporated, North Avenue, Quezon City, represented by
MS. ANGELINA S. BERGONIA, D.P.A., Head of Human Resource Management,
hereinafter referred to a NFA.
WITNESSETH:
WHEREAS, Republic Act No. 1826 otherwise known as the National Apprentice Act,
as amended by the Presidential Decrees Nos. 173 and 442, mandated public and
private institutions to participated in the development of manpower toward s the
development of national economy;
WHEREAS, part of the program of the Institute is to strengthen the capabilities of its
students by providing top-notch On- the-Job Training with its partner institution to
develop the skills highly needed by the industry;
WHEREAS, there is a pressing need to match the industrys job skills, requirements
of its employees vis--vis the education provided to these students in the academe;
WHEREAS, the Institute is committed to promote trainings in the line with the
students field of specialization;
WHEREAS, the NFA, alongside with its primary missions on food security and price
stabilization of rice, also provides opportunity for college/vocational students
referred by various educational institutions to undergo On-the-Job Training as part of
their curriculum requirements;

WHEREAS, the NFA needs the services of OJT students, purely for official functions
like clerical works and other non-sensitive office works;
WHEREAS, the Institute is willing to share its experience in academic and
technology disciplines to interested institutions;
WHEREAS, the Institute has sought the assistance of various agencies in providing
apprenticeship as required by their regular courses;
WHEREAS, the NFA has accepted the offer of the Institute to assist in providing
appropriate and meaningful apprenticeships to their students;
WHEREAS, the parties underscore the gains earned in sharing resources, hence,
they desire to enter into partnership in the development of the technical know-how
of human resources.

NOW, THEREFORE, AND IN CONSIDERATION OF THE FOREGOING PREMISE, and by


manual and stipulation, hereinafter set forth, the NFA and the Institute have agreed
on the following terms and conditions, to wit:
I.
OBJECTIVES
This Agreement aims to strengthen academe-industry partnership.
Specifically, aims to:
1. Enhance student-trainee development through the On-the-Job Training
program;
2. Build and maintain harmonious relationship through collaboration and
complementation of resources; and
3. Evaluate the learning and competencies learned and practices by the student
trainees.
A. The NFA shall:
1. Accept student-trainees, as the need arises, and orient them about the
companys mission, vision, policies, and rules & regulations on OJT with
emphasis on:
a. Attendance and punctuality;
b. Proper grooming, hygiene and corporate attire/school uniform (projecting
image of decency, professionalism, confidence and self-discipline).
c. Efficient telephoning;
d. Human Relations: Observance of proper decorum in dealing with everyone in
the workplace;
e. Guidance and warning to students/trainees to refrain from accepting any
inappropriate invitation, from any person or group, working or transacting
business in NFA, regarding non-OJT related activities, which may adversely
affect the safety, security and well-being of student-trainees
f. Republic Act on Anti-Sexual Harassment;
g. Republic Act on Anti-Smoking.
h. NFAs Panata ng MAtuwid na Office Trainee.
i. Official functions of Student-Trainees; and
j. Climate change.
2. Assign student-trainees to a department which functions are related to their
field of specialization.
3. Monitor sudent-trainees performance and inform the OJT Coordinator as to
the areas where the student trainees need improvement and areas where
they excel;
4. Evaluate over-all performance of the student-trainees through the
instrument provided by the college as well as to make
recommendations/suggestions on how the student-trainees may improve in
their field of specialization; and
5. Share insights/proposals/recommendations with the institute as to how the
academe can boost the relevance of its own training to meet the current
needs of the industry.

B. The INSTITUTE shall:


1. Provide necessary orientation to the student-trainees regarding the OJT
program, with emphasis on the following areas:
a. Attendance and punctuality;
b. Proper grooming, hygiene and corporate attire/school uniform
(projecting image of decency, professionalism, confidence and self
discipline);
c. Efficient telephoning.
d. Human relations: Observance of proper decorum in dealing with
everyone in the workplace;
e. Guidance and warning to the students/trainees to refrain from
accepting any inappropriate invitation, from any person or group,
working or transacting business in NFA, regarding non-OJT related
activities, which may adversely affect the safety, security and wellbeing of student trainees.
f. Republic Act on Anti-Sexual Harassment.
g. Republic act on Anti-Smoking; and
h. Official functions of student trainees; and
i. Climate Change.
2. Communicate with NFA relative to the status profile and other data of
student trainees atleast two weeks before OJT commences;
3. Provide evaluation instrument to the NFA as well as a brief background of
student trainees assigned to then; and
4. Conduct a regular monitoring on how the student trainees perform in their
assigned jobs at NFA, and their compliance with the policies and
communicate the findings immediately to the concerned student-trainees.
C. EFFECTIVITY
This Memorandum of agreement shall take effect upon signing of the parties
concerned and shall remain valid unless sooner revoked by the parties.
In WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto affixed their affixed their signatures this __
day of ____________2015 at the National Food Authority, Diliman, Quezon City.
DR. EMMANUEL C. DE GUZMAN
D.P.A
President

ANGELINA S. BERGONIA,
Head, Human Resource
Management Dept.
NFA Central Office

Signed in the presence of:


DR. THERESITA V. ATIENZA
S.R
Dean, College of Science
Placement Unit
PUP Manila
Management Dept.

DRENNEN S. VILLARUEL,
Head, Recruitment &
Human Resource
NFA Central Office

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
(Republic of the Philippines)
(______________________) s.s
BEFORE ME, this____day of __________, 2015, appeared Emmanuel C. De Guzman
D.P.A., in his capacity as President of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines
with his PUP ID No. _______ with picture; and MS. ANGELINA S. BERGONIA,
D.P.A. in her official capacity as Head of the Human Resource Management
Department of National Food Authority (NFA), with her NFA No. 123711 with picture,
both known to me and to me known to be the same persons who executed this
Memorandum of Agreement consisting of four (4) pages including this page on
which the acknowledgement is written, signed by the parties and their instrumental
witnesses on each and every page hereof, and the parties have acknowledged the
same to be their free and voluntary act and dead as well as those of entities that
the represent.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL on the date and place written
Doc. No. ______
Page No. ______
Book No.______
Series of 2015