ISU prexy calls students to enroll on agriculture, forestry courses
Ilagan, Isabela (January 15) -- Alarmed by the declining enrollees on agriculture course in the Isabela State University, Dr. Romeo O. Quilang called on Isabelinos and interested students from outside Isabela to enroll on agriculture course.
Dr. Quilang observed that in the previous school years, the number of students in agriculture has been dwindling which maybe due to a stuck mindset that getting the course would mean they will become farmers forever.
In an interview during the 1st Cagayan Valley Regional Association of Higher Education Institutions (RAHEIs) at Governor Melanio Singson Sports Memorial Complex, Quilang said that students should enroll courses on agriculture to help increase the quality yield of traditional farmers.
He also cited another option that after graduation there will be greater opportunities to be going overseas especially to countries who are needing agricultural technicians and experts to develop their yield. (PIA Isabela) [top]