The President

Domingo installed as new NDMC President

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MEMO 19-20-006



              OMI- President

RE: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs) for Academic Year 2020-2021 Implementation

As a response to various inquiries, issues and concerns on Academic Year 2020-2021 with regards to Enrollment, Government Subsidies and Teaching Modalities, NDMC has formulated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for your information and guidance.

English Fest 2020: A Showcase of Exquisiteness and Articulation

The annual celebration of the English Festival provides the students an opportunity to further appreciate English language.

This is an event that serves as an avenue to wider platform of communication. It is a festival that enhances students’ communication skills in different competitions.

The English Festival was headed by the English Circle officers and member together with their moderator Ms. Ivy N. Macgaba, LPT, MALT.

Reginite Scribes Upgrade Layout and Photography Skills

Professional growth is a process one must constantly take to become an expert. The Regina Student Publication staff together with their moderator attended a 2 -day journalism seminar workshop on layout and photography at Davao City last March 9 – 11.

The seminar was conducted at the main office of Midtown Printing Co. Inc. Mr. Eric Santos of MPCI was the resource speaker.

Day 1 Activities:
Arrival of the Student Publication team
Tour around the Midtown Printing Plant in Toril, Davao City
1stseminar session on Layout

Day 2 Activities:

CITE Fest 2020 Excites Dameans Anew

In this time and age, no one is stranger to the wonders and convenience technology brings. In the most guarded chambers of politics to the plethora of trending products and applications technology is there and will continue to dominate the world with exciting and life-changing advantages.

Iron Ladies Bid Goodbye for a While

They are considered as pillars of NDMC, whose dedication and passion for work is their retirement legacy. Engr. Charito Andagan Labao – Vice President for Administration and Mrs. Luzvisminda Villarma Fermantes – College Registrar looked stellar as they walked the red carpet entrance in this year’s Service Awards Night and Retirement Program.

The evening’s spotlight was also shared by the personnel who have served NDMC for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35 years.

Demean Pre-service Teachers: Winners in PAFTE XII Students' Congress

Pre-service teachers of Region XII gathered for a one-day retooling, rethinking and reengineering Philippine Association for Professional Teachers Education (PAFTE) XII Students’ Congress. Notre Dame of Kidapawan College hosted this years’ PAFTE XII Students’ Congress.
This years’ theme is “Education 4.0: Keeping Pace with the World.” The event featured the Education 4.0 and its Implications to 21st Century Teaching and Learning, the Hiring Policies, and Guidelines of Public and Private Schools.

NDMC Predicts the Future through Smart Preparations

The academic landscape is ever changing. Do we see still see school buildings in the future? Will students be reporting to classrooms? Will the teachers in the future be replaced by robots? These are some of the questions what will future education be and only time can tell. As nobody can precisely predict the future, what better way to face future head on than to prepare for its coming.


St. Nicholas School and NDMC: A World of Learning Experience From the Cultural Exchange Program

What started with “What if?” three years ago has now become a trendsetting program between two nations, worthy of emulating.

The concept was the brainchild of Fr. Ronnie L. Torres, OMI – Deputy Director for Foreign Language of St. Nicholas School in Phitsanulok, Thailand. Fr. Torres proposed the idea to Fr. Jonathan R. Domingo, OMI – NDMC President, who in turn reciprocated the proposal with positivity and high regard.

The rest is history. The Visiting Student Program/ Cultural Exchange Program is now on its second year of implementation.

Solidarity Night Caps PAASCU Consultancy Visit to CN, CITE and CCJE

January 24, 2020 could have been an ordinary day for anyone but not for the personnel of the College of Nursing, College of Information, Technology and Engineering and the College of Criminal Justice Education.

It is the day many revelations and points for further improvement as the PAASCU team during the consultancy visit. The team assessed the capabilities of the three colleges for Level 1 Accreditation which most likely will take place 6 months from now during the formal visit.

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