9 Abrenios qualify as DOST 2007 scholars
by Maritess Beņas
BANGUED, Abra (23 April) -- In line with the Arroyo government's program of education for all through appropriate matching of courses to in-demand jobs, the Department of Science and Technology continues to sustain it scholarship program for the poor but deserving students who are inclined to science and technology courses rather than the conventional normal courses for white collar jobs but which are not big-time earning jobs.
The Department of Science and Technology has finally come out with the list of this year's qualifiers in the scholarship examination under Republic Act 7687.
The nine qualifiers are Carlos Angelo Balmaceda of Holy Ghost School in Tayum, Christopher Baltar of Abra High School, Mudeng Annex in La Paz, Reymarc Bersalona of Abra High School in Bangued, Shiela Ann Cariņo of Little Flower in Peņarrubia, Mark Jasper Cabasar of Divine Word College of Bangued, Lovely Charity Lingbaoan, John Marck Lirac, James Epharaim Tabilla and Krister Nova Timoteo, all of Abra High School in Bangued, Abra.
Per instructions from Abra Provincial DOST Head Menandro Buenafe, the scholars are directed to report to the DOST-CAR Regional Office in Baguio City on April 25, 2007 at 8:30 AM for the orientation and signing of contract.
The scholars are advised to bring with them the following: Community Tax Certificate (cedula) of their parents; birth certificate and P100.00 for notarization fee. (PIA-Abra) [top]