Cavite Educational Assistance para 2016-2017, ipinamahagi

  • March 15, 2017

LUNGSOD NG CALAMBA, Laguna, Marso 15 (PIA)-- Ipinamahagi kamakailan ng Pamahalaang Panlalawigan ng Cavite ang educational assisstance ngayong 2016-2017 sa may 668 na estudyante sa kolehiyo bilang tulong sa mga nangangailangan at "deserving students". 

Sa halos pitong libong online applicants,  668 lang ang nabigyan ng oportunidad at nabigyan ng P5000 piso bilang tulong ng pamahalaan. 

Ayon kay Dating Gen. Aguinaldo Vice Mayor Ben Golfo at kasalukuyang acting Vice Chairman of the Provincial Scholarship Program (PSP), hinahamon niya ang mga benepisyaryo ng scholarship program na taasan ang mga pangarap upang maabot ang kanilang ninanais sa buhay. 

Tinawag ni Mr. Alvin S. Mojica, PSP Chairman, na "best among the best"  ang mga benepisyaryo dahil sa sila lang ang nakuha sa may halos pitong libong online applicants.

Ang pagbibigay ng ayuda at scholarship na umabot sa halagang P 3,340,000 ay pinamunuan ni Cavite Gov. Remulla at ginanap sa Provincial Gymnasium, Trece Martires, Cavite. (DVL, PIA4A with reports from PICAD)


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