TES: A Testament of Resiliency and Restoration

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Regina Student Publication
982 students from incoming sophomore, some third, fourth and fifth year students receive the much awaited educational subsidy. The four-day subsidy distribution started on September 22 and ended on September 25 at the facilities of NDMC. 
Parents and students are beaming with relief and gratefulness as they processed the necessary documents at the ETD court assisted by the deans and program heads. The Bulwagang Genoveva Deles-Jaranilla served as the releasing venue manned by the Business Office personnel.
In this trying times, parents and students are most grateful to be recipients of educational subsidy rolled out by the government through UNIFAST and CHED. NDMC for her part, facilitated in the application completion of the students as well as monitoring their status as recipients. 
The old normal is far from coming back, but the resiliency to brave the challenges of getting quality education and the restoration of confidence to strike the new normal is clearly at hand.

CTTO : Regina Student Publication