Reviewees from Conversion Integrated School and Caranglan along with school head and faculty, DOST III – eCEST Staff, and NEUST staff at the graduation ceremony on October 13, 2019


 The DOST-III, through its Expanded Implementation of Community Empowerment through Science and Technology (eCEST) in Region III program, conducted Review Classes on Mathematics and Science for DOST-SEI Undergraduate Scholarship Applicants in selected high schools. This project was intended to increase the chances of students to pass the qualifying examination especially in high schools which have no qualities in the past. The students were equipped with the required knowledge on Mathematics and Science in preparation for the qualifying examination held last October 20, 2019


 DOST-III coordinated with the respective extension offices of Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT), Bataan Peninsula University (BPSU), Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology (NEUST), and Tarlac State University (TSU) to conduct the review classes for the students. The 6-session activity was simultaneously conducted in 5 schools namely; Lual National High School and Casiguran National High School in Casiguran, Aurora, Pablo Roman National High in Pilar, Bataan, Conversion Integrated School in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija, and Villa Aglipay National High School in San Jose, Tarlac.




 A total of 177 senior high school students participated in the review classes and are expected to pursue STEM-related courses if they are successful in qualifying for a scholarship slot. eCEST hopes that through this program, these students will become future DOST scholars to guarantee a better future for them.


Reviewees from Villa Aglipay National High School, Iba High School, and Mababanaba National High School along with their school faculty, LGU-San Jose staff, DOST III Staff, and TSU staff at the graduation ceremony on October 14, 2019

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