Extension & Community Services
The Alangilan Senior High School would like to conduct an Advance Computer Literacy Training for their faculty members. The aim of the training is to enhance employee’s knowledge and understanding of the different topics such as MS Excel, Data Privacy Act, Cybersecurity, Photoshop and Antiplagiarism Software. These can improve productivity and enhance professional competencies of their faculty members. The Alangilan Senior High School is requesting from Batangas State University for assistance of resource persons and pool of expertise in the conduct of the said training under the office of community and extension services.
Beneficiary: Alangilan Senior High School Duration: 3 sessions of seminar was done
- October 25, 2019
- November 15, 2019
- November 29, 2019
|Title of Project||Proponents||Adviser||Summary||Beneficiary||Address||Duration of the Project|
|Design and Development of an Aerobic Composting Machine using Berkeley Method for Organic Fertilizer Production||
Aquino, Marvelous Voltaire C.
Odeste, Princess Aisha Y.
Rivera, Patricia Liane U
|Dr. Michael A. Aloria||This study aims to develop a composting machine that can produce organic fertilizers as an end product. This is an aerobic type composting machine that will convert organic waste into compost using Berkeley Method, a rapid composting technique.||Batangas City East Elementary School (BCEES)||P. Herrera St. Batangas City||February - May|
|Design and Development of Retort Method Based Machine for Wood Tar and Biochar Production||
Alcantara, Hannah Hazell B.
Gonzales, Fatima Bianca V
Namuco, Angelous May D.
|Engr. Julie Pearl F. Marasigan||This study aims to design and develop a retort machine that can produce wood tar and biochar as end product.||MaalboDela Paz Batangas City (BASA FAMILY)||MaalboDela Paz Batangas City||February - May|
|Design and Development of an Automated Laboratory Scale Reverse Flow Capillary Tube Viscometer Apparatus||
Lentejas, Rhay-Anne R.
Macaraig, Rona Jane H.
Pabico, Hannah R.
|Engr. Marvin A. Atienza||In this study, the researchers have come up to answer the needs of Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Inc. - Calaca Terminal in obtaining the viscosity of their special fuel oil by developing an automated laboratory scale reverse flow capillary tube viscometer apparatus.||Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Inc. - Calaca Terminal||Salong, Calaca Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of an In-Vessel Composting Machine for Vegetable Scraps||
Alcano, Vincent Carlo E.
Pascual, Darwin R.
Sebuc, Starla L.
|Dr. Michael A. Aloria||This study aims to develop an in-vessel composting machine that will produce organic fertilizer.||Balagtas Wet Market||Balagtas, Batangas City||February - May|
|Design and Development of Wastewater Treatment System using Activated Carbon from Taro Leaves and Rice Husk||
Gunday, Jocelene Mae A.
Reyes, Quennie Mae A.
Salustiano, John Gabriel S.
|Dr. Michael A. Aloria||This study aims to design and develop wastewater treatment system using activated carbon from taro leaves and rice husk.||Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Inc. - Calaca Terminal||Salong, Calaca Batangas||February - May|
|Designand Development of Electrodialysis System for the Conversion of Pre-filtered Seawater to Potable Water for Brgy. Locloc, Bauan, Batangas||
Gusi, Nonelon Jr. E.
Mauhay, Hazel D.
Perez, ChristerSaimon M.
|Dr. Michael A. Aloria||This study aims to develop a water treatment system that will convert the abundant seawater in Brgy. Locloc to potable water for drinking purposes of the said barangay.||Brgy. Locloc, Bauan, Batangas||Brgy. Locloc, Bauan, Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of Torrefaction Machine for the Production of Bio-Fuel using Peanut Shells||
Bayot, IrvyneNorell A.
Dela Cruz, Lester G.
Enriquez, Roei Kyla H.
|Engr. Roxanne M. Red||This study aims to design and develop a torrefaction machine for the production of biofuel, specifically biocoal, to minimize the excesive peanut shell waste in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro and to promote new livelihood in that area.||Brgy. San Vicente, Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro||Brgy. San Vicente, Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro||February - May|
|Design and Development of Seawater Pre-treatment System for Electrodialysis||
Dimaano, Kim Irish A.
Dipasupil, JessaJovel M.
Mendoza, MikhaelaRizz G.
|Dr. Michael A. Aloria||This study aims to develop a seawater filtration pre-treatment system that would provide pre-filtered seawater for electrodialysis desalination.||Brgy. Locloc, Bauan, Batangas||Brgy. Locloc, Bauan, Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of Torrefaction with Pelletizing Apparatus for the Production of Biocoal using Corn Stover||
Nodera, Zhara Marie C.
Red, Ericka M.
Rodiguez, Bernard Henry D.
|Engr. Roy B. Latayan||This study aims to design and develop a torrefaction with pelletizing machine to produce biocoal out of agricultural waste such as corn stover for small-scale heating application.||Brgy. San Luis, Lemery, Batangas||Brgy. San Luis, Lemery, Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of Peanut Shell Activated Carbon Filter for Deep Well Water Treamtent||
Ammen, Mary Kristine Joyce M.
Merano, Vanessa Claribel D.
Noche, Mabelle P.
|Engr. Julie Pearl F. Marasigan||This study aims to design and develop a peanut shell activated carbon filter for deep well water treatment to produce potable drinking water and eliminate the peanut shell wastes.||Sitio Calumpit, Calantas, Calaca, Batangas||Sitio Calumpit, Calantas, Calaca, Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of a Biodiesel Processor for the Production of Leucaena Methyl Ester||
Anico, Angelo Miguel
Dotado, Loren E
Jabla, Jospeh Bernard II.
|Dr. Michael A. Aloria||This study aims to design and fabricate a biodiesel processor to produce Leucaena Methyl Ester.||Sala, Tanauan City||Sala, Tanauan City||February - May|
|Design and Development of Filtering Apparatus from Small Scale Smokehouses||
Comia, Chester M.
Labay, Michelle Ann
|Engr. Benedicto Noriega||This study willfcous on the design and development that will provide results that show how the gas content can be filtered and exhaust as clean air. The apparatus will determine if it can be lessen the impact of smoke.||Helviets Restaurant||Golden Country Homes, Alangilan Batangas City||February - May|
|Design and Development of Portable Packed Bed Column Gas Scrubber for Biogas Purification||
Belen, Kevin Brian T.
Famisaran, Lester Arvin D.
Tarongoy, Eiffel Heinrich
|Engr. Jay-cen A. Dionision||The obejctive of this study will focus on the design and development of Biogas Scrubber using Packed Bed Column (Zeolite Packed Bed)||BA Gonzales Integrated Farm Builders||Brgy. Tingga, Labac, Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of Catalytic Vacuum Pyrolysis Machine for Fuel Oil Production from Plastic Waste on Bauan Solid Waste Management Incorporated||
Aclan, Ian Joshua M
Convento, Cenon Jr. A.
Hernanadez, Angelica R.
|Engr. Allan B. de Villa||This study is to design and develop a catalytic vacuum pyrolysis machine for fuel oil production from plastic wastes on Bauan Solid Waste Management Incorporated||Bauan Solid Waste Management Incorporated||Inicbulan Road, Bauan, Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of a biodiesel producer using Rice Bran Oil for Stand-By Power Generation In Barangay Piñahan, Oriental Mindoro||
Estrella Anne Marie
Lontok, Mon Christopher A.
Gonzales, Kenneth Matthew
|Engr. Allan B. de Villa||This research aims to produce a biodiesel through the process of transesterification using rice bran as the biomass and a bioreactor. A prototype that can convert the extracted oil from rice bran into biodiesel is to be fabricated. The raw material to be used will be collected from Barangay Piñahan, Oriental Mindoro.||Barangay Piñahan||Barangay Piñahan,Oriental Mindoro||February - May|
|Design and Development of Waste Lube Oil Purifier using Vacuum Dehydrator||
Babasa, John Louise M.
Peralta, Laarni Joy C.
|Engr. Donnalyn C. Cabaces||This study aims to design and fabricate a Vacuum dehydrator that can purify waste lube oil.||Boyet Works Servicing Center||SirangLupa, Libjo , Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of a swine manure anaerobic digestet for biogas production of oftial'spiggery at brgy. CutangCawayan, Sta. Teresita, Batangas||
De Roxas, James Ruzzel S.
Paculan, Vince Jayvee S.
Macatangay, John Daniel M.
|Engr. Mark Dominick A. Baculo||This study aims to develop a swine manure anaerobic digester for bipgas production of oftial's piggery||Oftial's Piggery||Brgy. CutangCawayan, Sta. Teresita, Batangas||February - May|
|Design and Development of Fractional Distillation Apparatus for Refining of Used Engine Oil||
Rosales, Ariane Kay S.
Santos, Patrick Jamello
Aguila, John Vincent
|Engr. John Kevin M. de Castro||This study aims to develop a fractional distillation apparatus for the refining of used engine oil.||Eduardo Olarte’s Mufflers and Header Shop||Mataas na Lupa, Lipa City, Batangas||August - January|
The BatStateU Extension Agenda covers a wide spectrum of extension services offered by the university. The department believes that a more defined Department Extension Agenda would result in a more high impact extension activity since a more focused extension program is implemented. Likewise, the department would like to take showcase its expertise in the conduct of extension services. Hence, the formulation of the ECE – ICE – MexE (EIM) Department Extension Agenda. The EIM Extension Agenda is aligned with the College’s Extension Agenda as well as the broader BatStateU Extension Agenda. The selection of activities were in consultation with the student organizations and faculty members in-charge of the extension activity, checked and verified by the College Extension Coordinator, recommended by the extension services director and approved by the VP for Research, Development and Extension Services. Following is the EIM Department Extension Agenda:
- Technology Transfer
- Learning Express
- Jollibee Group Foundation
- Community Involvement through Disaster Risk Management
- Adopt a School Program
- Adopt a Barangay Program
- Knowledge Transfer, Capacity Building and Skills Training
The EIM Department, as an engineering department prioritizes Technology Transfer of research outputs of faculty and students. However small in number, the technology transfer activities were carefully selected and ensured to be based on the needs of the clientele. One example is the Technology Transfer of SIGAW or Solar Isotropic Generator of Acoustic Wave, a Tsunami Early warning System initially installed in the province of Batangas. Funded by the United Nations, World Food Programme (UN - WFP), it is an output of research that has reached the community and sustained through partnership with the local government unit. Seventeen (17) units of SIGAW were installed. The need for such technology was expressed by the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office of Batangas after results of tsunami inundation by PHIVOLCS revealed that some areas of Batangas, although not facing the Pacific Ocean), is at risk for Tsunami. This is attributed to the Lubang fault located between Batangas and Mindoro.
The Lubang Fault is a 180km long, WNW-ESE trending active fault that passes in the offshore areas between Batangas Province and Mindoro Island. Its nearest trace is located about 120 km south of the project site. Daligdig and Besana (1993) noted that among the strong earthquakes attributed to the Lubang Fault are those of 1852 (Intensity IX) and 1972 (Intensity VII) earthquakes.
Funding support became available from UNWFP to install 17 units of Tsunami Early Warning System which PDRRMO identified. Responding to the call, the university submitted a proposal for the installation of a prototype which the EIM Department spearheaded. For three (3) months, the team developed the prototype and have it validated with PDRRMO and UNWFP representatives which they eventually approved. During this time, coordination with the Philippine Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) also commenced. After awarding to the university the notice to proceed, the university didi a formal memorandum of agreement (MOA) signing with the LGU Beneficiaries to ensure sustainability. The role of the LGU is to ensure that the device would be safe and that they shall be the main operator of the system.
After the signing of MOA and contract with UNWFP, the project commenced, with a team composed of faculty researchers from the university pursuing the project.
Another breakthrough in the conduct of extension services is the Social Innovation Program.
In partnership with Singapore Polytechnic, students and faculty members of the university participated in the Learning Express Program. Learning Express is an Overseas Social Innovation Project wherein the students complete the project in a period of 2 weeks. Students use Design Thinking methodology to co-create innovative prototype solutions to real-life issues. They develop an understanding of the issues faced by the overseas community in the context of their social, economic & political culture, and analyze these issues from multiple perspectives. Through this project, students are able to apply their teamwork and communication skills, develop a better understanding of themselves, empathy for the community they are serving, and realise the positive impact they can make in the lives of a community in need. Faculty members and students of the EIM Department participated in this event.
The Jollibee Group Foundation also has its Social Innovation Program, dubbed as Farmer’s Entreprenurship Program Youth Challenge, to encourage students and faculty to develop solutions that addresses problems in the agriculture sector. Three (3) teams from the EIM Department were selected as finalists of the nationwide competition and were given grants to implement the programs. The three teams were: E-Pest, Go Beeyond and A-QUAS.
The EIM Department also participates in high impact extension community through adopt a school and adopt a barangay and projects that immediately responds to disaster such as Project LARGA or Lindol Adaptation and Recovery with Geohazards Assesment in Mabini Batangas. The extension activity was based on the immediate need of the LGU of Mabini for rapid situational assessment of the municipality after series of earthquake swarms hit the LGU. The university responded by providing extension services through Project LARGA Mabini. The extension services component includes the following:
- Geo-hazard Assessment and Mapping
- Medical Services
- Stress Debriefing
- Awit at Sayaw : A road to recovery show
- Structural Integrity Assessment
- Installation of SIGAW
As a department knowledgeable in Geospatial Information System, the EIM Department, in collaboration with other departments, facilitated the Geo-hazard Assessment through participative Mapping.
These extension activities were properly documented and were provided funds by both the university and some external funding agencies. Impact assessment is still a work in progress, but the response from interviews and focus group discussions has been heart – warming.
The accomplishments of the EIM Department is a proof of the university’s dedication to promote innovation, collaboration and community development.
True to our motto of Leading Innovations and Transforming Lives.
- Smart Analytics and Engineering
- Environment and Natural Resources Conservation, Protection and Rehabilitation Program
- Adopt-A-Barangay/Municipality/School/Social Development through BIDANI Implementation
- Community Outreach Program
- Technical-Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Program on Agri-Fishery and Related Program for Farmers and Fisherfolks
- Technical Assistance and Advisory Program to Agencies, Organizations, Associations and Other Groups
- Parents’ Empowerment through Social Development (PESODEV) Program
- Gender and Development
- Disaster Preparedness and Response/Climate Change Adaptation
- BatStateU Inclusive Social Innovation for Regional Growth ( BISIG) Program
- Livelihood and other Entrepreneurship related on Agri-Fisheries (LEAF)
|Tree Planting Activity||Residents of Brgy. San Pedro, Batangas City||January 22, 2016|
|Technical Vocational Education and Training on “ Basic Electronics and Servicing”||20 out-of-school youth of Brgy. San Pedro, Batangas City||March 12, 19, April 2, 16, 23, 30, and May 7, 2016|
|Technical Vocational Education and Training on “Reforestation and Natural Resource Conservation”||68 Trainees & Residents of Brgy. San Pedro, Batangas City||June 10, 2016|
|Tree Planting Activity||Residents of Brgy. San Pedro, Batangas City||July 15, 2016|
|“Give Love” Graduate School Gift Giving Activity for Gawad Kalinga Community in Brgy. San Pedro||Twenty (20) families from Gawad Kalinga Community(109 individuals)||December 4, 2016|
|“Give Love” Giving Activity for Adopted Barangay ,Brgy. San Pedro Batangas City||One hundred fifty (150) Children||December 13, 2016|
|Meat Processing||31 Men and Women from Brgy. San Pedro Batangas||February 17, 2017|
|Literacy Program||30 Children from Brgy. San Pedro Batangas||March 4, 2017 to May 6, 2017|
|Yema, Maja and Mikeron Cooking||27 Men and Women from Brgy. San Pedro Batangas||March 16, 2017|
|Entrepreneurship Training||27 Men and Women from Brgy. San Pedro Batangas||March 22-24, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Horizontal Digester”||Residents of Gawad Kalinga Village, San Pedro Batangas City||May 25, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Small Scale Charcoal Maker”||Residents of Gawad Kalinga Village, San Pedro Batangas||May 25, 2017|
|“Give Love” Gift Giving Activity||21 families||December 17, 2017|
|Gift Giving Activity 2018||Eighty Two (82) Families and children of Gawad Kalinga Community||December 3, 2018|
Another significant extension Program of the College is the Technology Transfer, Utilization and Commercialization Program in which the accumulated knowledge developed by a specific entity is transferred to our respective clientele to allow them to benefit from it. Some of these Technology Transfer Projects are identified below for the last three years.
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Automated Chicken Feeder”||Poultry Business Industry of Brgy.Mahacot West, Batangas City||April 7, 2017|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Proposed Three-Storey Public Market in San Jose Batangas”||Residents of San Jose, Batangas and neighboring municipalities||April 24, 2017|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “PV ( Photo Voltaic) Powered Hog Feeder”||Residents of Brgy. Conde Labac, Batangas City||May 8, 2017|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Hydro Power Generator”||Residents of Brgy. Ipilan, Tayabas, Quezon||May 21, 2017|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Semi-Automated Quail Eggs Counter”||Quail eggs business industry of San Jose Batangas||May 22, 2017|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Off-Grid Solar Powered Streetlights with Motion Sensor at Barangay Maapaz”||31 Residents of Brgy. Maapaz Batangas City||May 23, 2017|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Motor Driven Sand Screening Machine”||Residents of Brgy. Libjo, Batangas City||May 24, 2017|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Horizontal Digester”||Residents of Gawad Kalinga Village, San Pedro Batangas City||May 25, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Small Scale Charcoal Maker”||Residents of Gawad Kalinga Village, San Pedro Batangas||May 25, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Semi- Automated Multipurpose Machine”||Farmers/members of Honeybee Multi-Purpose Cooperative||May 25, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “ Banana Slicer Machine||Small Business, “LyJobo Banana Chips”||May 27, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Sifter and Blower Machine”||Residents of Brgy. Alcadesma, Bansud Oriental Mindoro||May 28, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Dual Operated Corn Sheller And Grinder”||Farmers/members of Soro Soro Ibaba Development Cooperative||May 29, 2017|
|May 29, 2017||Residents/Farmers of Brgy. Malalim Batangas City||May 30, 2017|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Fire and Gas Integrated Detector”||36 Trainees ,Teachers and Students of Batangas City East Elementary School||March 12, 2018|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Bio-Gas Detector”||18 Trainees and Residents of Brgy. Pangao||March 13, 2018|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Solar Watering System in Libjo Central School Eco Park”||16 Trainees, Teachers and students of Libjo Central School||March 26, 2018|
|Technology Transfer: “Coconut “Milk Extractor Using Linear Actuator”||Fifteen (15) Trainees, members of Malalim Multi-Purpose Cooperative||March 31, 2018|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “River-Flood Early Warning System”||Ten (10) Trainees and Residents of Brgy. Simlong||March 31, 2018|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Semi-Automated Ginger Tea Maker”||Eighteen (18 )Trainees from Cheonsa’s Food Products and residents of Brgy. Maruclap||April 11, 2018|
|Technology Transfer & Training: “Semi-Automated Glass Pulverizer”||Fifteen (15) Trainees and Residents of Brgy. San Soro-Soro||April 27, 2018|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Spring Water Analyzing Device”||Twenty Two (22)Trainees and Residents of Brgy. Sampaguita||May 3, 2018|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Biotech Multiple Food Dehydrator”||Ten (10) Trainees||May 4, 2018|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Automated Hog Bathing and Cage Cleaning”||Fifteen (15) Trainees from Brgy.Sitio Pinagpala,||May 7, 2018|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Semi-Automated Hollow Block Maker”||Fifteen (15) Trainees from Matala Hollow Block Maker||May 8, 2018|
|Technology Transfer Monitoring “Small Scale Charcoal Maker”||Residents of Gawad Kalinga Village||September 21, 2018|
|Technology Transfer Monitoring “Horizontal Digester”/td>||Residents of Gawad Kalinga Village||September 21, 2018|
|”Monitoring of the Technology Transfer: “Banana Slicer Machine”||Mrs. Julie B. Ramirez||October 26, 2018|
|”Monitoring of the Technology Transfer: “Motor Driven Sand Screening Machine”||Residents of Libjo Central Batangas City||November 9, 2018|
|”Monitoring of the Technology Transfer: “Photovoltaic (PV) Powered Hog Feeder”||Residents of Barangay Conde Labac Batangas City||November 9, 2018|
|”Monitoring of the Technology Transfer: “ Dual Operated Corn Sheller and Grinder”||Soro-Soro Ibaba Development Cooperative||December 15, 2018|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Automated Pest Control and Watering System”||7 Personnel of OCVAS||April 16, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Deep Well Water Monitoring of Potability in Brgy. Mabacong Phase I”||10 Residents of Brgy. Mabacong||April 30, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Deep Well Water Monitoring of Potability in Brgy. Mabacong Phase II”||10 Residents of Brgy. Mabacong||April 30, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Water Conservation and Treatment System Phase I”||15 members of Haligue Kanluran Rural Waterworks Association||May 6, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Water Conservation and Treatment System Phase II”||15 members of Haligue Kanluran Rural Waterworks Association||May 6, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “PLC- Based Coco Jam Maker”||8 members of Philippine House of Grace Luzon International Ministries Inc.||May 6, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “PLC-Based Cacao Chocolate Maker”||15 Personnel of Cheonsa’s Food Products||May 6, 2019/td>|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Semi-Automated Fermented Plant Juice Fertilizer Machine”||15 Personnel of OCVAS||May 14, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Semi-Automated Tabnut Molder”||15 Members of Mabini Tablea Food Producers||May 15, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Egg Incubator Powered by Biogas”||15 Residents of Brgy. Haligue Kanluran||May 17, 2019|
|Technology Transfer &Training: “Modified Intelligent Bin”||21 Personnel of NAVERA||May 20, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Oyster Mushroom Dessicating Machine”||11 Members of Bauan Organic Farmers Association||May 24, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Dried Mushroom Pulverizing Machine for Seasoning Production”||11 Members of Bauan Organic Farmers Association||May 24, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Stale Bread Processing Machine for Cattle Feeds”||8 Cattle Raisers of Brgy. Itlugan||June 3, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Automated Whiteflies Control System”||6 Personnel of OCVAS||June 5, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Grid Tie Solar Powered Waterworks System in Brgy. Maruclap, Batangas City”||8 Residents of Brgy. Maruclap||June 7, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Automated Flies Eliminator”||15 Brgy. Officials and residents of Brgy. San Mateo||June 7, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Semi Automated Water Lily Tube Briquette Maker”||8 Brgy. Officials and Residents of Brgy. Palanas||July 5, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Waste water Monitoring System for Hog Farming”||11 Municipal officers of Lobo||July 5, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Semi Automated Passion Fruit Juice Extractor”||15 employees of Municipality of Taysan||July 8, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Off Grid Solar powered Charging Hub and Street Lights”||15 Residents of Brgy. Sto. Tomas||July 18, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Aquaponics in Brgy. Hall of Concepcion, Batangas City”||10 Brgy. Officials||August 22, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Remediation System Phase I ( Biogas)||11 Residents of Brgy. Mahabang Dahilig||August 23, 2019|
|Technology Transfer & Training “Remediation System Phase II” (Dewatering Process)||7 Residents of Mahabang Dahilig||September 11, 2019|
Description and Objectives:
Provide immediate aid for survival relief assistance to the students and faculties affected by the Enhanced Community Quarantine due to COVID 19.
Specifically, this project tends to:
- To identify and track the students that has been stranded.
- Coordinate with other agencies to provide assistance and support.
- Provide the students with relief assistance such as foods and hygiene kits.
Duration: March - April 2020
Beneficiaries: BatStateU Students
Cooperating Agencies: Batangas State University IT and CS Department
- College of Informatics and Computing Sciences (CICS)
- CICS Student Council
- Association of Committed Computer Science (ACCESS)
- Integrated Information Technology Student Society (IINTESS)
- Graduate Students’ Society of Informatics and Computing Sciences (GRASSICS)
- Mr. Alex I. Magboo–College Dean
- Jefferson I. Cañada – Student Council Adviser
- Lovely Rose T. Hernandez – IINTESS Adviser/ Extension Services Coordinator
- Raymond Kit Rodriguez – ACCESS Adviser
- Myrna A. Coliat – GRASSICS Adviser
- Jaycris A. Amparo – SC/IINTESS President
- Bernadette C. Vilela – ACCESS President
- John Marvelle A. Pereña – GRASSIC President
- Faculty Members
- Student Organizations Officers and Students
On March 8, 2020, President Rodrigo Duterte signed Proclamation 922 placing the entire Philippines under state of public health emergency because of the COVID-19 threat that is looming in the nation.During the second day of the implementation of the Metro Manila community quarantine, on March 16, President Duterte declared a Luzon-wide "enhanced community quarantine" (ECQ) that aims to further combat the effect of the continuing and increasing spread of COVID-19.
Under the Luzon ECQ setup, mass gatherings are completely prohibited and all means of public transport is no longer allowed limiting the movement of people. All schools in all levels are temporarily prohibited to conduct classes and activities until April 14.A "work from home" scheme is applied to the government workers of the executive branch except for the skeletal workforce consisting of uniformed personnel (Philippine National Police, Armed Forces of the Philippines, and Philippine Coast Guard), those providing services in the frontline of health and emergency, and border control. For the private sector, companies are also advised to implement a "work from home" arrangement.
As part of the Philippine Government’s continuing efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has approved the extension of the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine until 30 April 2020.
With this, there are (as of April 17, 2020) 83 students who got stranded in their dormitories. With the help of the other students and faculty member through online platforms, the college were able to track and identify the stranded students. The project aims to provide immediate relief assistance to the stranded students.