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National Service Training Program (NSTP MCDE 6)

1st Semester, SY 2013-2014

Contact number: 0918 293 4941


Consultation hours:M 1-5pm, TTh 9-11am,


Course description
The course sets the basic framework of service to the Filipino people
and the community as the basis for all NSTP courses. It will involve
discussions on basic ideologies of service to the nation, attitudes in
community organizing and the prescribed topics in the NSTP Act of
2001/NSTP IRR of 2009 - NSTP Orientation, Citizenship Training, Drug
Education, Disaster Awareness Preparedness and Management,
Environmental Protection and National Concerns.
This course will continue as CWTS-MBB 1 at the end of its duration.
1) To establish an NSTP Framework that is anchored to the universitys
goals of academic excellence and service to the Filipino nation.
2) To give an overview and understanding of the Philippine condition.
3) To impart basic competencies in community service including disaster
preparedness, environmental care, necessary to serve the AFP Reserve
Force (for ROTC graduates) and the National Service Reserve Corps or
NSRC (for CWTS and LTS graduates).
Course credit

Completion of the NSTP common module is prerequisite to continuing to

CWTS/LTS/ROTC but will have no numerical weight on the final grade of the

Schedule and duration Mondays, 9am to 12pm; 25 hours (minimum)

Course requirements The course will be regarded as a pass/fail course. Each student is
required to attend all the sessions for topic units of the course. In the case
of an excused absence the student will be asked by the instructor to
produce an output that will allow the student to show competence in the
missed topic.
Class Policies

A student is considered tardy if he/she comes 10 min after the start of

the class. A student is considered absent if he/she comes 30 min after
the start of the class. The 3:1 rule on tardiness will take effect.
Following this, a maximum of 3 absences is allowed (i.e. four or more
absences will be equivalent to failure to complete the course).
Valid excuses for being absent: health problems, official representative
of college/university to an official school-related event (e.g.,
local/international conference), death in the family. Other reasons not
mentioned need to be evaluated by the instructor first before
considering valid or not.
Documents for excused absences must be submitted on or before the
class session IMMEDIATELY following the absence.

Any form of cheating in examinations or any act of
dishonesty in relation to studies, such as plagiarism, shall be subject to
disciplinary action.

Students intending to take ROTC/LTS/non-MBB CWTS course
after the NSTP common module will be awarded a certificate of completion
which they must present to their accepting unit.
A change of
matriculation will be undergone at the end of the NSTP course upon
approval of the accepting unit. This change mat will be regarded by the
OUR as a special case and will be free of charge.

Continuation to CWTS-MBB 1 will be automatic. Students need not

undergo the change-mat process.


Tentative schedule of activities






Review: What is NSTP?

NSTP History, Law and IRR
Introduction to the UPD NSTP Common Module and the
Tatak UP Framework
History of UP as Public Service Institution
Understanding the Self and Others


The Individual, Community and Society

Being and Becoming
Citizenship Training: Responsibility to the Self and Society
Philippine Society and Culture

Nation, Nationalism and Nation-Building

Citizenship Training
Individual and Collective participation in shaping the
Citizenship and Nationalism
The history and concept of rights
Libertarian Rights and the Common Good
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Human Rights Situation in the Philippines
Human Dignity and Rights
The history and concept of rights
Libertarian Rights and the Common Good
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Human Rights Situation in the Philippines
Gender Sensitivity




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Basic Concepts of Gender Education

Gender Situation and Key Issues
Trends and History of Gender Movements
Gender Advocacy
Environmental Advocacy

Basic Concepts in Environment Studies

Environmental Situation and Key Issues
Disaster Risk Reduction and

Basic concepts and perspectives of Disaster

Key Issues
Programs and Preparedness
Community Service

Fundamentals of Community Service

The concept of Service and Servant/Participatory
Approaches and Methods in Community Organizing
Basic Attitudes in Community Work

Evaluation and Assessment