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School Handbook

June 26, 2020
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I. INTRODUCTION

The Student Handbook provides information regarding student’s involvement in the curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of Kolehiyo ng Pantukan. It serves as a resource document of the policies, rules and guidelines of the school for any courses of action and decisions. This will judiciously define and clarify the relationship among students as well as the administration, faculty and staff. This handbook also includes information about the school, its services and facilities which the students can avail. Through this, the students will be properly guided and made aware of their responsibilities, accountabilities and obligations, as well as, understand their commitment to the administration for their well-being, To our beloved students, welcome to KNP! You are all encouraged to study hard and enjoy the opportunities offered to you by this institution.

JOCELYN H. HUA. Ed. D.
College President

II. INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

A. History and Creation I education is the key to human and national development. This is the beacon of light from the light house of inspiration in the distant horizon but this was the drum beat out of the passion of the late Mayor Celso Sarenas, the father of the for- mer Mayor of Pantukan JC Celso V. Sarenas, ME as he sought, deep in his heart, ways to respond to help the needy and deserving, under served and under-skilled youth in the Municipality. Sometime in the 80’s, there was an established com- munity college which was known as Pantukan Community College, but it was deactivated because of the peace and order condition in the locality, In 1997, during the term of the late Mayor Jovito D. Derla, the Sangguniang Bayan of Pantukan has been granted by the Board of Regents through its request to the University of the Southeastern Philippines (USEP) an authority to open a college as an External Studies Program of the University of the Southeastern Philippines Mabini Campus in addition to reviving the Pantukan Community College During its first year of operation in 1997-1998, three academic courses were offered, namely: Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education major in Crop Science and Animal Science; Bachelor of Science in Agriculture major in Crop Science and Animal Science; Bachelor in Extension Education major in Home Technology. All classes were housed in Pantukan National High School since the donated site of about a hectare for External Studies Program was not yet entirely developed during that time. With this, the Sangguniang Bayan asked the generosity of the Sarenas family to donate another hectare for the school site which they responded favorably. Throughout this time, the Administrative staff and faculty who were hired were mostly on a part-time status since income did not warrant the hiring of full- time faculty and staff. Some were from the LGU, from the Department of Education High School, and from other government agencies and private companies. The First Commencement Exercises was held on March 2001 which was held in Pantukan National High School. At some stage in SY 2001-2002, all the External Studies Programs were evaluated by a Committee and came up with the recommendation that they were not qualified to offer four-year degree courses instead, they were restricted to offer a two-year program only for some reasons like: lack of facilities, qualification and status of the faculty, and low passing percentage of students in the Licensure Examination for Teachers. From then on, the University of Southeastern Philippines – Mabini External Studies Program at Pantukan, Compostela Valley Province, offered only a two-year academic program in 2002- 2003 More so, when the school site was carried out in 2003, Ilon. Mayor JCelso V Sarenas, ME came in and took over the administration of the college. It was on June 2005, during his time, when all the facilities needed were set and hiring of full time instructors followed. When classes were transferred at Don Juan Sarenas Campus, the External Studies Program had a better batch turn-out KNP hired faculty members have earned Master Degree and Doctorate Degree in their respective field of expertise. While the part time instructor is still continuing with their Master and Doctorate Degree theFirst College Administrator then was Dr. Ionne A. Avelino and it was fol- lowed by Dr. Jocelyn Hijada-Hua as College Administrator on May 19, 2012. On July 2014, she was installed as the First College President of Kolehiyo ng Pantukan by the Municipal Mayor and Chairman of Board of Trustees – Hon. Roberto M. Yugo. MPA with Dr. Susan F. Labutap from the Commission of Higher Education. Because of the fast development the expansion of course offerings gave rise to the need for Tertiary Level. Inevitably the school under a series and fast developments. In 2014, the school granted Government Recognition in all courses offered, and expanded its course offering thus BS Criminology was added under Government Permit to Operate, KNP continues to acquire the needed facilities and perk up the physical plant to ensure good quality learning outcome. Additional courses are designed to offer, so young men and women, who opt to study in KNP will have a wide array of choices so they won’t have to go to Davao City or neighboring cities to enroll courses they desire. With the entrance of the new Mayor in 2013, Hon. Mayor Roberto M. Yugo, he took the Chairmanship of the Board of Trustees. He is supportive in all aspects of development of the school as required by the Commission on Higher Education. In his administration, KNP is on his way to greatness. Fast campus development, additional facilities and construction of buildings are seen. The enrolment has reached from 154 in the year 2011 to 858 students at present. All courses were already given Government Recognition on November 10, 2014 and additional course was offered – the Bachelor of Science in Criminology which granted Government Permit to operate. The Kolehiyo ng Pantukan is committed to support the Higher Education Landscape of the CHED Commissioner Dr. Patricia Licuanan, to deliver quality education and develop its human resources. The conduct of in-house seminars and trainings is geared towards faculty and staff development in order to improve the delivery of instruction to student-clients and stakeholders of the institution. The dream of Mayor Roberto M. Yugo, with the hands-on support of the College President, Dr. Jocelyn H. Hua, teaching and non-teaching personnel, steered the operation of the institution to meet the challenges at greater heights with growth and success to make the Kolehiyo ng Pantukan more diverse from its inception. His dream is anchored on his faith in God with extreme commitment for the cause of education of his fellow Pantukenos. With his own passion, dedication, and sense of purpose, he wants to make Kolehiyo ng Pantukan his greatest accolade to the populace of Pantukan Kolehiyo ng Pantukan is living by creating its own abundance in faith, love and hope for these are considered vital for sustainable growth.

III. ACADEMIC POLICIES & REGULATIONS

A. Admission in accordance with the Philippine Constitution, the Vision, Mission and Goals of the Kolehiyo ng Pantukan will accept students regardless of their nationality as long as they are interested to enroll.

1. Freshmen

  • Form 138/High School Report Card
  • Same regulation in transfer except HD and TR
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character from previous school
  • 1 Brown envelope
  • NSO Birth Certificate
  • 2 pcs 2×2 colored picture

2. Old Students

  • Final grades of previous school attended
  • Official receipt of full payment of previous accounts
  • Complete entrance credentials
  • Clearance
  • Long brown envelops 2 pes. (2×2 picture NSO Birth Certificate and Good Moral character, Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate


3. Transferees

  • Honorable Dismissal
  • Transcript of records (evaluation purposes only)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Photocopy of NSO-Authenticated birth certificate
  • Police Clearance (case-to-case basis only)


4. Admission Guidelines

a)  Freshmen applicants and transferees should submit credentials to the Registrar
b)  First year students and transferees shall be refused admission if he/she:
  • fails to submit complete credentials
  • b) has been refused admission by other schools due to disciplinary action and pending cases

    • Freshmen should pass the interview to be conducted by the College Dean and recite the Oath of Student Commitment to Quality Education.
    • Old students whose credentials are incomplete after one semester will be refused admission in the next semester.