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Provincial scholarship offer for indigent students of Agusan del Sur

Scholarship 2017 Requirements and Guidelines Scholarship 2017 Requirements and Guidelines

April 7 would be the deadline for the submission of all documents for the application of scholarship offered by the provincial government to “less-fortunate” but deserving Agusanon-students who want to pursue their college education.

The Provincial Government of Agusan del Sur under SP Ordinance No. 14 S. 2006 is accepting applications for college scholarship for School Year 2017-2018 to poor but deserving students of the province. All application for scholarship would be submitted to the Office of SP Edward Plaza – Mellana the chair of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan’s Committee on Education.

SP Mellana thru an interview by DXDA Radyo Agusan Anchor; Mr. Jay Solis (hear the full interview thru this link said the program is intended to less-fortunate but deserving individuals who want to pursue their studies in college. The scholarship is open to 100% Native (IP’s), Non-native and Person with Disability (PWD). The qualified individuals can choose any four-year course.

The  SP Ordinance  cited that  the provincial government would  shoulder the entrance and tuition fee, miscellaneous fee not lower than P1, 000, uniform allowance not more than P1, 000 and monthly allowance of P2, 000  to all qualified applicants for four- year courses.

Aside from these, the province also granted scholarship program for Medicine proper, Law, UPOU (University of the Philippines Open University), doctorate and master’s degree.

For medicine, according to SP Ordinance No. 106 S. 2014 the scholar will receive P20, 000 tuition fees per semester, P3, 500 monthly cash allowance P12, 000 book allowances per semester, P10, 000 board review support and free entrance and miscellaneous fees.

Another 100 qualified scholars will be granted through the Expanded Scholarship Program under the Provincial Ordinance No. 107 s. 2014 that will benefit the free tuition fees not exceeding P10, 000 per semester.

credits: Ma. Socorro M. Vea / Michelle O. Villasis

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