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Samar College

Catbalogan City, Samar


COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

APPLICATION INFORMATION
AB-SOCIAL SCIENCE-GRADUATION THESIS
S.Y 2017-2018 SECOND SEMESTER

RESEARCH TITLE:

LEVEL OF EFFECTIVENESS TOWARDS DISASTER RISK REDUCTION PROGRAMS


OF BARANGAY MAULONG, CATBALOGAN CITY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

RESEARCH LEADER: ARNIE M. DACUT_______________________________________________________

ADVISER: MARIA SOCORRO N. PENSOTES__________________________________________________

GRAMMARIAN/EDITOR: RALPH HOSEN S. CANETE___________________________________________

STATISTICIAN: ELIZABETH P. ETEROZA_______________________________________________________

Noted by:

MARIA SOCCORO N. PENSOTES


Research Adviser

Submitted to:

MELDRITO B. VALLES, Ph.D.


Dean of College of Arts & Sciences/
Vice President for Academic Affairs
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
AB-Social Science
Qualitative/Quantitative Methods of Research

Research Title: LEVEL OF EFFECTIVENESS TOWARDS DISASTER RISK REDUCTION


PROGRAMS OF BARANGAY MAULONG, CATBALOGAN CITY DISASTER RISK
REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
Research Adviser: MARIA SOCORRO N. PENSOTES
Date:

Pre-Defense Grading Criteria


Research Proposal Manuscript (group/team grade) 60% 60%
Chapter I
 Introduction is clearly stated and provides a brief statement of
the origin of the problem.
 Includes a justification of the selection or choices of the study.
 The statement of the problem is clearly stated precisely,
accurately and clearly.
15%
 A justification why the problem being investigated is important
and what significance the results have.
 Provides the limits of the study and the scope.
 The conceptual framework and the illustration provides the
general picture of the study.

Chapter II
 Related literatures are recent and relevant.
 Sources are appropriately cited and noted.
18%
 Relates studies are relevant to the present study.
 Clarify the interrelationship of the studies reviewed.

Chapter III
 The research design of the study is clearly stated.
 It describes the place where the study will be conducted and
justification of the choice locale.
 It describes the sample profile, sample size, and sampling
procedure. 27%
 Research instrument is clearly described.
 Scoring procedure is clearly provided of the corresponding
scale.
 It includes the different statistics that could be used for testing
the hypothesis
Total 60%
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
AB-Social Science
Qualitative/Quantitative Methods of Research

Oral Examination (Individual Grade)

Comprehensive- Delivery/Command Behavior/Attitude


Contribution/Support
ness of the of the English during Total
Researchers to the Team
Answer/Ideas Language Presentation

20% 10% 5% 5% 40 %
1. Arnie M.
Dacut
2. Sheryl-Ann
L.
Obinguar
3. Jericha L.
Abalele

4. Floro E.
Layson

Total

Verdicts

There will be three (3) possible verdicts after the Proposal Hearing. The verdict is a unanimous decision
among the three members of the Pre-Oral Defense panel. Once issued, is final and irrevocable.

APPROVED. Minor revisions are necessary but they do not have to be presented in front of and
checked by all panelists. 40-60 (based on proposal manuscript score)
APPROVED WITH REVISIONS. Major revisions shall be incorporated in the final copy of the revised
Project Proposal summary. These must be checked by the panelists. 22-40

DISAPPROVED. The Researchers failed to propose a researchable/scholarly Research output. Below 24

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Verdict
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Panel