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CCJE Articles CCJE Students excel in 4th National Criminology Student Congress

CCJE Students excel in 4th National Criminology Student Congress
     The Professional...

CED Articles EC sustains gift-giving activity for 7 years

EC sustains gift-giving activity for 7 years
 
Photo Caption: A beneficiary opens his gift with a...

CCJE Articles College of Criminal Justice Education conducts Hepatitis B Test

The College of Criminal Justice Education students having their Hepatitis B Test (Qualitative) last...

CED Articles Testimonial Dinner 2018: Continuing the Tradition of Success, Excellence and Positive Difference

Testimonial Dinner 2018: Continuing the tradition of success, excellence and positive difference
By...

CED Articles FIRST EVER SCI-MATHICS WEEK

Contests highlight first-ever Sci-Mathics Week
By Melanie P. Talusan, BSED- Mathematics III
 
The...

CED Articles LESSON PLANNING

Gardose speaks on SW on Lesson Planning
By Michael Neil Bayog-ang, BSED- Biological Science IV
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Elementary Articles IBED Talent Show: A Showcase of Fresh Faces and Talents

By Christine Favillar, Jan Resty Alcala, Beatrix Mari Ducao, Sharlyn Mae Bragasin
Friday, 13th of...

This year’s Personnel Retreat was anchored on the theme “Journeying Together, with the Charism of St.Eugene de Mazenod". Four retreat houses accommodated the NDMC personnel last November 7-9, 2019: Trappistine Monastery, Polomolok – Fr. Danny Pacate, OMI (Retreat Master), Marist Asian Spiritual Center,Lake Sebu – Fr. Ronald Abad, OMI (Retreat Master), Monte Cielo Retreat House, Lake Sebu – Fr.... more
Eight faculty from the College of Information and Technology and Engineering  (CITE) and three faculty from the College of Criminal Justice and Education (CCJE) attended the seminar-workshop on Test Construction at the Open Laboratory on October 12, 2019.  The goal of the activity is to equip the faculty with skills on how to conduct examination questionnaires that contain more problem-solving... more
Those who have least in life, have much to give that comes from the heart. Everyone was in awe at the Primera Function Hall on the night of October 26, 2019 when former working students and the current student aides gather for a night of reminiscing the past, creating memories and breaking distances. Everyone has a story to tell – funny, frustrating, motivating and victorious. All these mosaic of... more
NDMC does not only push the research culture aggressivley but goes beyond it – online publication. And to get research publication started Dr. Genaro Japos, an international speaker, was invited to an insightful and interactive two-day seminar-workshop on October 21-22, 2019 at the Primera Function Hall of the Notre Dame of Midsayap College. All teaching personnel attended the seminar-workshop.... more
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Last January 23-24, 2017, the Philippine Association of Accredited Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) visited the BS Accountancy Program of the College of Business and Accountancy for Level II Accreditation. The following are the accreditors who evaluated the documents on the areas of Faculty and Instruction: Dr. Roberto Arguelles, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Development... more
NDMC sent two (2) CITE faculty and two (2) ITC technical staff for a six (6)-day Mikrotik Training and Certification last August 26- 31,   2019   at Southern Baptist College, Mlang, Cotabato. Engr. Roy Lopez Pamitalan, a Mikrotik Certified Trainer and Mikrotik Certified   Academy Trainer, was the resource   speaker of the said training.  Part 1 of the training talked about the Mikrotik Certified... more
“It is better to be safe than sorry” –American Proverb          Health and safety is the responsibility of each individual, students, teachers, non-teaching staff and working students. They must be aware of their concern in regards to health and safety. This is when they encounter emergency situations, whether they are working in the office, workshop, laboratory or lecture room.          This is... more
CITE kicks off ICT for Teachers Training By Jennifer O. Diaz      In partnership with the NDMC- Community Extension Office, the College of Information Technology and Engineering launched the “Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for Teachers Training” on November 15, 2017 at San Pedro Elementary School. This program aims to enhance and develop computer-related and ICT skills of the... more
Notre Dame of Midsayap College joined the 6th National Criminology Students Congress held at De La Salle University,Dasmarinas,Cavite with the theme "Shaping The Philippine Criminology Profession,Our Mission,Our Obligation last September 18-21,2019 with the partnership of Study Review Center and Seminars Inc, Express Order System Inc., Wiseman Books Trading, Cast Review Center, The Royal Pentagon... more
CCJE Students excel in 4th National Criminology Student Congress      The Professional Criminologists Association of the Philippines spearheaded the 4th National Criminology Student Congress on October 5-7, 2017 at the University of Mindanao Main Campus which was attended by criminology students and faculty from all over the country.                 The NDMC- College of Criminal Justice Education... more
On the left, the first picture ever to be taken with the first year criminology students. On the right are the elected officers of the Class 06, `MATALAS` batch 2022.
Discipline is one of the most important character for a criminology student to have. The Martial Art Taekwondo teaches great discipline, having the students undergo through this training helps them to be self aware to their surroundings. The sport offers the art of self defense and this would greatly affect the performance of a criminology student in the field of any training.  
 Medical mission, gift-giving benefit barangay folks of Bitoka, Midsayap      In order to intensify the NDMC Core Value of Service, the Integrated Basic Education (IBED) in partnership with the College of Nursing spearheaded a medical mission and gift-giving activity to the residents of Barangay Bitoka, Midsayap, Cotabato on December 9, 2017. This undertaking aims to assess the health needs of... more
By Christine Favillar, Jan Resty Alcala, Beatrix Mari Ducao, Sharlyn Mae Bragasin Friday, 13th of July, was the day of big event in Notre Dame of Midsayap College-Integrated Basic Education (NDMC IBED), the Freshmen and Transferees Talent Show. With the theme: “The Reality Unfolds,” the said event took place at the Bulwagang Genoveva deles Jaranilla. Embedded in the program were the introduction... more
LET 2017 results still above the National Passing Rate By Ruby Rose C. Pendon, BSED- English III The Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) is the national qualifying examination for professional teachers in the Philippines mandated by Republic Act No. 7836 otherwise known as the Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994. This examination is held twice a year, one in March and another... more
Ramirez in for AYLC 2018 By Michael Neil Bayog-ang, BSED- Biological Science IV Jonel D. Ramirez, a junior BSED- Social Studies student, has qualified as one of the Top 80 Ayala Young Leaders Congress (AYLC) 2018 participants. The 20th AYLC took place at Batangas City on February 19-26. The Top 80 winners underwent a rigorous selection process. Their journey started from a pool of applicant... more
Testimonial Dinner 2018: Continuing the tradition of success, excellence and positive difference By Megg B. Gonzales, BSED- Social Studies III Photo Caption: Carmelyn L. Porras, LPT receives her Certificate of Recognition from Fr. Jonathan R. Domingo, OMI and Dr. Honeylyn M. Mahinay. Finally, she has reaped the fruits of her sacrifices. The College of Education continues to prove its promise to... more
Photo Caption: Parents’ dynamic participation generates enjoyment and entertainment Kinship fortified on CED Annual Family Day Celebration By Michael Neil Bayog-ang, BSED- Biological Science IV In relation to the CED Week celebration, the CED students together with their family members celebrated the annual Family Day celebration at the NDMC Primera Function Hall on January 27. The endeavour... more
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