CCSPC dad urges department heads to improve managerial competences, renew commitments

After analysing the assessments‟ results presented by the directors and deans of the different departments during the Year-end Report Meeting, Dec. 18 at the Con-ference Hall, Cotabato City State Polytechnic College (CCSPC) President Dammang S. Bantala, Ph. D. ordered them to enhance their leadership skills and become more dedicated for the improve-ment of the institution‟s services in relation to the four-fold functions of the College namely: Instruction, Research, Extension and Production.

“We have done our best for the last 12 months but the effort we put into practice had not yet sustained our productivity especially in our bid for a university status. Ano ang ating nagawa at ano pa ang ating gagawin,” Kailangan natin na maimprove ang ating performance,” Dr. Bantala said.

The College president likewise encouraged the deans and directors to improve their instructional supervision and curriculum management because based on the over-all evaluation, the performance of the students in the licensure examination has been still below the national mean performance score of 75%. “We should devise a better scheme to increase our passing rate,” he added.

Also, Dr. Bantala moved for the enhancement of existing policies on admission and retention to increase the standards of the College.

He likewise expressed his enthusiasm for the immediate conversion of the College into full university as well as his strong determination and firm conviction in making CCSPC one of the most competitive institutions not only in the Bangsa Moro Region but also in the national as well as in the global communities.

Moreover, he said in order to become more competitive, there is a need to concentrate in developing both the cognitive and psychomo-tor skills of CCSPC‟s manpower.

“Most importantly, we should improve our attitudes and try to remove our hatreds with others and avoid planting revenge against those who hurt our feelings since we are practising Muslims therefore we should follow our religion. Islam is a way of life,” Dr. Bantala added.

Meanwhile, the College president hired former DepEd Official and Cotabato City Vice-Mayor Abdullah Andang as one of the consultants to strengthen teamwork and support from the different stakeholders. //JTH


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