Coffee and Collaboration: Strengthening Tarlac’s Business Industry

03/31/2017

               Gearing towards a greater involvement with industries in the province of Tarlac, the Office of the Vice President for Research and Extension Services organized a forum entitiled Coffee and Collaboration: Academe and Industry Partnership Building, held at the RED Center, Villa Lucinda Campus, TSU on the 21st of March 2017.

                The event aims to strengthen the bond between TSU and business industries in the province. The concerns the activity sought to be addressed were the following:

  • Machine Design and Fabrication      
  • Facility Design and Layout
  • Productivity Measure ( i.e. time and motion study; forecasting etc)
  • Quality Assurance and Product Development
  • Product Brochures other Marketing Portfolio
  • Accounting / Business Tax /Bookkeeping/Product Costing
  • Computerized System / Directory ; POS
  • FDA documentation and Product Registration
  • Trademark Registration
  • New Product Designs
  • Packaging and Labeling
  • Capability Building for Personnel
  • Business Management /Operation
  • Branding and Marketing

                In extending the services to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), the OVPRES, spearheaded by Dr. Lea B. Milan (Head of Industry Development Extension Services) invited experienced faculty specialists to attend to the concerns of different businessmen. Tapped faculties were from College of Engineering, College of Architecture and Fine Arts, College of Business and Accountancy and College of Science.

                From the consultation, several extension and research projects were initially formulated by the faculty, ranging from bookkeeping services and brand imaging to fabrication of facilities.

                A total of 20 Memoranda of Understanding were forged between the MSME owners and the university to ensure the smooth flow of partnership. The partnerships are expected to provide a two-way learning among the faculty and the concerned owners.

 

                List of MSMEs Participated

  • PASCASIO POTTERY AND GEN. MERCHANDIZE
  • PADOS BAKERY
  • NORTH SHINE ENTERPRISES
  • WOOD INSPIRATION
  • FORLALES BAKERY
  • CHARM’S AND CRYSTAL
  • SPYS PHARMACY
  • TARLAC TOUR SERVICE COOPERATIVE
  • RP CORPUZ
  • LA PAZ PRIME FOODS CORPORATION
  • GOLDEN CROWN PETALS AND HERBS
  • POTTER’S HAND PROCESSED FOOD
  • SNLP QUILT
  • YADAOS
  • DAYTAO’S NATIVE CAKES
  • PUMICE UNLIMITED VENTURES
  • HRTC FOOD VENTURES
  • MN VILLANUEVA LEMONGRASS JUICE DRIN
  • PRIME BURGER
  • LABOR OF LOVE

(News article by: Bryan Jan S. Dizon - URO)

 

 

COL Faculty member launches book on Criminal Procedure

02/22/2017

            Atty. Salvador N. Moya II of the TSU College of Law introduced his book entitled The 2000 Rules of Criminal Procedure Notes and Cases in a launching ceremony held at the Bulwagan ng Kapitolyo, Tarlac Capitol on February 18.

            The book contains provisions of the Rules of Court, notes, and updated cases on criminal procedure.

            A ceremonial signing of books for donation also took place in the said program. Five copies of books were donated to the TSU College of Law library

            After the signing, Atty. Moya gave a lecture on the recent rulings regarding criminal procedure which were not yet included in his book, as the cut-off of the jurisprudence in his book was until June 2016 only.

            Atty. Moya’s book is now available in Central Book stores and their website.

            Atty. Moya is currently based in Manila and is the Managing Partner of Moya Ablola Ebarle Law Firm. He teaches law subjects such as Criminal Procedure, Conflict of Laws, Administrative and Election Laws and Evidence. (Ruth Hazel A. Galang - OPAI)

 

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Photos by: Mr. Eric Natividad