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‘An Lantugi’ champs 9th EVDC-Asian Parl
Written by Miriam Theresa Delda   

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An Lantugi: NSU Debate Society finally brought home the cup as they were hailed over-all champion during the 9th Eastern Visayas Debate Championship (EVDC) last January 9-11, recovering from its loss during the first EVDC in British Parliamentary format held last year.

Composing the winning team are: Joedel Peñaranda, 4th year BSEd; BSIE Freshman Mary Yolle Corcilles, who also ranked 6th place over-all Best Speaker; and Charbel Trani who gleaned the 11th spot for Best Speaker.

Veteran debater Peñaranda, repeated his feat as first Best Speaker since 2012, when he was declared this year’s 1st Over-all Best Speaker and Grand final’s Best Speaker in the same event.

NSU’s JST Passes CHED Accreditation as Category A (International) Journal
Written by LVRamirez   

JST CoverThe Journal of Society & Technology (JST), refereed scientific publication of the Naval State University, was recently accredited as Category A-2 journal by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Through Resolution No. 146-2015, the CHED Management Committee and Commission En Banc in a joint meeting last 30 March 2015 approved six (6) journals as Category A-2 (International) and 14 journals as Category B (National). The result was released by CHED about six months after its deadline for submission of journal accreditation last October 31, 2014.

NSU’s JST was one of the Category A-accredited journals effective immediately until CY 2017 together with ACTA Manilana and KRITIKE of the University of Santo Tomas, The Philippine Scientist of University of San Carlos, SSDU Multidisciplinary Research Journal of Surigao del Sur State University, and UV Journal of Research of the University of the Visayas.

As stipulated in the CMO No.5 s. 2012 (Revised Guidelines for CHED Accreditation of Research Journals and Providing Incentives Therefor), Category A journal publishers are entitled to CHED Journal Accreditation Award amounting to P200,000 per year during the effectivity of accreditation. In addition, for the faculty members evaluated in compliance to publication requirements per CHED CMOs, their publication in the Category A journals is credited as an international level publication. CHED will also endorse the Category A journals for library subscription by the higher educational institutions across the country.

As per CMO No. 5 s. 2012, the journals were accredited based on the following criteria: composition and qualification of the editorial board; recruitment and qualification of the peer reviewers/external referees; type of refereeing system adopted; and overall appearance, timeliness and regularity of the journal. For a journal to get accredited, its evaluation rating should be at least 70% (for Category B) and at least 85% (for Category A). All Category A journals are subject for re-accreditation every after 3 years. Journals accredited under Category B shall only be given until December 2015 to qualify under Category A. Category B journals shall be eventually phased-out.

The accreditation of NSU’s JST under Category A is indicative of the quality articles published and rigorous system of peer review. As such, researchers from different parts of the world are invited to publish at JST. For details about the publication process, the JST Editorial Policy and Guidelines can be accessed through the NSU website, Interested researchers may submit journal articles to The Managing Editor, Research Services Office, Naval State University, P.I. Garcia St., Naval, Biliran through email, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Deadline of acceptance of articles for the 2015 Issue is on June 1, 2015. JST publishes research articles and review annually.

NSU hailed champ; 2nd SMITE Convention held
Written by Administrator   

Robotics ChampFor the second time, Naval State University once again clutched the first place for the Line Follower Mobot Competition during the Robotics and Web Programming Festival 2013 held at Robinson’s Activity area, Tacloban City, Leyte last September 11. Bon Andrei Joseph Carson, a BS Computer Engineering student of NSU represented the University for the said competition against other contestants from other universities in the region.

The said competition is one of the competitions hosted by the Society of Mechatronics and IT Enthusiasts, Inc. (SMITE) aiming to promote the fields of Robotics, Computer Programming and generally Information Communication Technology (ICT) among students and at the same time encouraging them to engage technology and intellectual activities.Web 2nd Placer

Other competitions held were Web Programming Contest held at Leyte Normal University where NSU grabbed the 2nd place represented by 3 senior Computer Science students namely, Fernando E. Quiroz Jr., Catherine S. Funesto and Mark Devin S. Denosta. Further, an ICT Roadshow also transpired during the event held at Tacloban City Convention Center last September 12-13 attended by ICT and Engineering students in the region and some invited resource speakers which concluded the 3-day event.

Festival of Festivals highlights first Charter Day Celebration
Written by Bryan Sanchez   

Festival of FestivalsThe gala of festivals performed by the six colleges, including the NSU-Biliran Campus highlighted the 1st University charter celebration of Naval State University (NSU) as

Naval State University welcomes OIC President
Written by Administrator   

Minerva E. SañosaAs the term of Dr. Edita S. Genson, the university’s first president who made such unparalleled achievements of the institution, to mention one, the conversion of Naval Institute of Technology to Naval State University, has finally reached conclusion. Naval State University now hails with great enthusiasm in welcoming Dr. Minerva E. Sañosa, the University’s VP for Academic Affairs, as the OIC President who is commissioned by CHED to continue the institution’s gargantuan operation at a moment where the Office of the University President is vacant since November 13, 2013. Dr. Sañosa will manage the university and act like a university president with powers subject to existing rules and regulation until such time a new university president will be selected which would probably come to take place on summer or on June of 2014. Dr. Sañosa was formerly the Dean of the CIICT and CoEd, and was appointed as the VP for Academic Affairs last June 2013.

RDO Spearheads Research Seminar and Proposal Hearing: 4 Projects, 59 Studies Potential for Funding
Written by Dr. Ludito V. Ramirez   

Dr. Ludito V. Ramirez

A total of four (4) research projects and 59 studies were considered potential for institutional funding for SY 2013-14. This ensued after the Research and Development Office (RDO) of the Naval State University (NSU) conducted a Research Seminar-Writeshop and Proposal Hearing on August 2-3 and 5-6 at the NSU-Main Campus and NSU-Biliran Campus, respectively. The faculty members from the main campus generated two (2) research projects and 38 studies, while Biliran campus faculty members presented two (2) research projects and 21 studies.

The activity was participated in by about 200 faculty members, 40 graduate students, and 150 undergraduate studentsMr. Ulderico B. Alviola from the main campus, and 30 faculty members from the Biliran campus.

Aimed at updating the faculty members on the current issues in research and development (R&D), R&D operations at NSU, and writing research concept papers, the activity also included a seminar on Qualitative Research Approaches. Mr. Ulderico B. Alviola, a straight PhD student in Development Communication at UP Los Banos and DAAD-SEARCA scholar served as the resource person during the seminar.

77 applicants flock 2nd NSU Jobs Fair
Written by Gherlyn Lanzarrote   

2nd NSU Jobs FairSeventy-seven (77) applicants flocked during the NSU Jobs Fair held at NSU Gymnasium, Oct. 12- 13.

The said fair started

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