Twenty-two (22) graduates of BPSU passed the Architect Licensure Examinationgiven by Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) last June 24 & 26, 2016.
Gianna Kalilah T. Roman landed in 2nd spot in the Nursing Licensure Examination held on May 2016. Roman together with twenty seven (27) students hurdled the test given by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and released on June 2016.
Please be informed that your Admission test result will be released on May 2, 2016, 8:00 AM at BPSU Main Campus Sari-Gamit Covered Court. The orientation for your Admission will follow on the same day.
Your attendance is expected.
IT Training Program Opportunity for ICT Graduates with ACEBPO in partnership with Tensei Group of Japan and Tensei Philippines
- Fresh graduate and/or graduating this year with a bachelor's degree in computer science or software engineering
- Able and willing to develop strong technical skills and knowledge of programming languages
- Ability to focus on training classes that are centered on building software and developing strong computer programming skills using common programming languages like Visual Basic, C++, C#, Java and Python
- Willing to be trained in Japan for 12 to 18 months
- Willing to lead a local (Philippine-based) development team in the near future for the ACEBPO and Tensei Group Partnership
As a response to the coral degradation in the country, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the DOST (DOST-PCAARRD) funded the Filipinnovation on Coral Reef Restoration Program that started in 2012.
Having started in 2012, the program seeks to roll out coral transplantation technology using asexually reproduced corals to improve productivity of coral resources for sustainable fisheries.
Corals asexual reproduction technology for reef restoration involves the collection of dislodged live coral fragments or “corals of opportunity” (COPs) and attaching them to coral nursery unit (CNUs) for quick recovery and regeneration to increase survival rates upon transplantation in degraded coral reef sites. Each CNU is designed to hold 500 COPs per batch and can be used several times a year.