Dost Region 7 Scholarship Essay

Talented senior high school students aspiring to become engineers and scientists can now apply for college scholarships. The Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) has opened its undergraduate scholarship programs, namely RA 7687 and Merit to senior high school students who wish to pursue four- or five-year courses in S&T fields starting SY 2018-2019.

To be eligible under the Merit program, the student applicant must be: (a) natural born Filipino citizen; (b) member of the top five (5%) percent of the graduating class for non-STEM strand and all are eligible to apply under the STEM strand; (c) of good moral character and good health; (d) qualifier of the 2018 S&T scholarship examination.  To be eligible under RA 7687 program, he/she must also be (e) poor, talented and deserving student who belongs to a family whose socio-economic status does not exceed the set values of certain indicators; and (f) resident of the municipality for the last four (4) years as attested by the barangay chairman.

Qualifiers can choose from among 71 science and engineering courses available, including new such as agribusiness management, medical technology and marine biology.

The aspiring RA 7687 Scholarship Program scholars will receive subsidies on tuition and other school fees as well as book allowance, monthly living allowance for 10-11 month duration every year and more. Conversely, DOST-SEI Merit scholars receive the same benefits as the RA 7687 scholars except for a pro-rated monthly stipend depending on the family’s socio-economic status.

Interested students may secure application forms from their principal or school head, or download the forms at www.sei.dost.gov.ph. They must file their application at the DOST Negros Oriental Provincial S&T Center at #24 Yakal St., Daro, Dumaguete City. You may also contact telephone numbers (035) 421-2100 or 225-4551 or dostnegor@gmail.com.

Deadline for the filing of application forms (including complete supporting documents) is on August 25, 2017 (Friday). The aptitude examination will be conducted on October 15, 2017 (Sunday), starting at 7:00 A.M. at the Negros Oriental State University-Main Campus I in Dumaguete City for District 2 applicants, NORSU Guihulngan Campus for District 1 applicants and NORSU Bayawan City-Sta. Catalina Campus for District 3 applicants. (Sean Adrian T. Guardiano/DOST Negros Oriental PSTC Media Service)

The Department of Science and Technology Regional Office VI or DOST VI, is one of the 16 regional offices of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), the premiere science and technology body in the country charged with the twin mandate of providing central direction, leadership and coordination of all scientific and technological activities, and of formulating policies, programs and projects to support national development.

The DOST VI implements the laws/rules/regulations/policies/plans/programs/projects of the DOST, provides efficient S&T services in the region, and coordinates with other government agencies and with local government units in the region on S&T matters.

The DOST VI is currently at the forefront of spearheading the advancement of the S&T sector in Western Visayas and of making the S&T sector as a vehicle for regional socioeconomic development.

Vision

Leading the way in Science and Technology development to improve the quality of life of the people in Western Visayas

Mission

To provide scientific and technology transfer services responsive to the needs of business, industry and the community by managing research and development, fostering scientific linkages and collaborations, and developing S&T human resource

Quality Policy

We are committed to provide relevant science and technology- related services to both the government and private sectors in Region VI, with the highest standards of quality and reliability within our capabilities and resources, according to customer and all applicable regulatory and statutory requirements, and to continually improve the effectiveness of our QMS in order to meet customer satisfaction.

Corporate Objectives

  1. To attain a rating of “very satisfactory” or higher from 80% of firms surveyed for customer satisfaction;
  2. To deliver S&T services according to the requirements of our customers and in compliance to existing applicable statutory and regulatory requirements; and
  3. To enhance the competency of DOST VI personnel in delivering S&T related services.

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