DepEd Internship Program

An excerpt of DepEd PR

In accordance with the Commission on Higher Education Memorandum (CMO) No. 23, s. 2009, on the Guidelines for Student Internship Program in the Philippines (SIPP) For All Programs with Practicum Subject, the Department of Education (DepEd) has issued guidelines for all interested students who wish to apply for its internship program.

The guidelines aim to standardize and professionalize the DepEd internship process, enhancing the trainees’ work competencies and encouraging more young people to work for the government.
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All intern applicants must be (1) at least 18 years old; (2) enrolled in a practicum subject or equivalent subject; (3) have good academic standing and completed all prerequisite subjects of the practicum subject; (4) be physically, mentally, and emotionally fit and; (5) has consent from parent or guardian.

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How to Apply for a Firearms License in the Philippines
Step by Step Procedure in Securing Firearms License and Permits in the Philippines


LTOAPF and PTCFOR applications
DI Clearance by the Directorate for Intelligence
Neuro-Psychiatric Test by Health Service
Drug Test by the Crime Laboratory
NBI Clearance
Finance Service

The government’s Firearms and Explosives Office (FEO) is yet to deliver an Internet-based streamline processing of application for both licensing and permit acquisition. There has been talks from FEO to upgrade its information technology system by the end of 2015 to accommodate the LTOPF, as mandated by Republic Act No. 10591, the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Law of 2013. Streamlining the application process for the License To Own and Possess Firearms (LTOPF) and Permit To Carry Firearms Outside Residence (PTCFOR) to deal with some of the protest of gun owners that license requirements are “redundant and excessive.”
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Under the new gun control law, all firearm owners—even those with current gun licenses—are required to first obtain an LTOPF, which is similar to a driver’s license, before they can own a gun. Under the old system, a gun owner got licenses and permits to carry for each gun.

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23rd AFAD Defense & Sporting Arms Show 2015

Topic discussion about #‎23rdDSAS‬ ‪, #‎DSAS2015‬, Safety Information, Parenting and Philippine Sports.

The most awaited annual gun show was held last June 11-15, 2015 at Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall. The event showcases Philippines’ firearms enthusiast to top gun makers as well as Filipino fabricated firearms. The 23rd DSAS displayed all range of firearms and ammunition and lined up special features:
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  • Firearms and ammunition display

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FREE Printable Back to School Notebook/Book Labels
Make your own books and notebooks label!

Free Printables Back To School Labels
Parenting
DIY

Do it yourself back to school Notebook/Book Labels in My Little Pony design. Includes two (2) different design thru quick and easy to follow instructions. Basic materials needed and step by step procedure are mentioned below.

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FREE Printable Back to School Bag Tags or Bag ID Tags
Make your own bag tags!


Free Printable Back To School Labels
Parenting
DIY

Do it yourself back to school bag tags in My Little Pony design. Includes front and back design thru quick and easy to follow instructions. Basic materials needed and step by step procedure are mentioned below.

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Acer Aspire Switch 12: A student’s best friend

It’s back to school once again, school home works and project requires student to have a PC or laptop of their own to manage research at their own pace. It could also the time (for grade schoolers) not to be dependent on their parents to complete the task, having a system suited for your student enhances his/her skill to be creative and organized.

Global tech titan Acer lets you pull it off this school year with Acer Aspire Switch 12. This intuitive and immersive 5-in-1 device is everything a diligent student can totally wish for: can be used as a laptop, tablet with keyboard or not, or even as a desktop PC through its 5 modes—notebook, pad, display, tent and desktop—that answer any discriminating student’s school needs.
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Aspire Switch 12 is powerful in terms of computing abilities, responsive and vivid graphics yet consumes low power, thanks to its new Intel® Core™ M processor and smooth-running Windows 8.1 operating system.

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PH Rescue and Emergency Hotlines

For emergency assistance these are the hotlines to remember, you may call, SMS (text) or tweet.

Philippines Government Agencies
Safety Information
Disaster Preparedness

Emergency Hotlines

National Disaster and Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) hotlines
Trunklines: 911-5061 to 65
Operations Center: (02)911-1406, (02)912-2665, (02)912-5668,(02) 911-1873

NDRRMC hotlines for Luzon
Office of Civil Defense – National Capital Region: (02) 421-1918/ (02) 913-2786
Office of Civil Defense – Region I: (072) 607-6528
Office of Civil Defense – Region IV-A: (049) 531-7266
NDRRMC Region IV-B: (043) 723-4248
NDRRMC – Cordillera Administrative Region: (074) 304-2256, (074) 619-0986, (074) 444-5298, (074) 619-0986

Office of the Civil Defense regional office telephone directory
Region I: (072) 607-6528, (072) 700-4747
Region II: (078) 304-1630, (078) 304-1631
Region III: (045) 455-1526, (045) 455-0033
Region IV-A: (049) 834-4344, (049) 531-7266, TF (049)531-7279
Region IV-B: (043) 723-4248, (043) 702-9361
Region V: (052) 742-1176
+63917-574-7880 (Globe)
+63928-505-3861 (Smart)
Region VI: (033) 336-9353, (033) 337-6671, (033) 509-7319
Region VII: (032) 416-5025, (032) 253-6162, (032) 253-8730
+63917-947-5666 (Globe)
+63949-471-0009 (Smart)
Region VIII: +63917-700-1121 (Globe)
+63915-762-2368 (Globe)
+6306-402-7737 (Globe) TEXT FIRST BEFORE CALLING THIS LINE
Region IX: (062) 911-1631, (062) 925-0458, (062) 9913450
Region X: (088) 857-3907, (088) 857-3988 (Telefax)
Region XI: (082) 233-0295, (082) 233-0611 (Telefax)
Region XII: (083) 552-9759, (083) 553-2994, (083) 301-2994
+63917-628-3720 (Globe)
+63920-976-4001 (Smart)
CAR: (074) 3042256, (074) 6190986, (074) 4445298
CARAGA: (085) 342-8753
National Capital Region: (02) 913-2786 or (02) 421-1918

Philippine National Police (PNP) hotline patrol
Hotline: 117 Police Assistance (including fire and ambulance assistance)
722-0650
Text hotline: 0917-847-5757

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Disaster Preparedness: What To Do During and After Earthquake


Infographics
Philippines Government Agencies
Safety Information

PHIVOLCS (Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology) and OCD (Office of Civil Defense) has launched Valley Fault System Atlas (VFS Atlas) and has previously warned people from affected areas about possible impending activity from the West Valley Fault. Earthquakes cannot be predicted, we encouraged the public to be a step ahead in anticipating the disaster, be prepared to learn on what should you do if an earthquake occurs.

What to do in an earthquake
For earthquake emergency assistance these are the hotlines to remember:
National Disaster and Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) hotlines: Trunklines: 911-5061 to 65; Operations Center: (02)911-1406, (02)912-2665, (02)912-5668,(02) 911-187
PHIVOLCS Trunkline: (02) 426-1468 to 79, local 124/125 (Seismology)
Red Cross Hotline: 143, (02) 527-0000, (02) 527-8385 to 95; Disaster Management Office: 134 (Staff), 132 (Manager), 133 (Radio Room)
Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Hotline: 136
Complete List of Hotline are available here

For earthquake information, visit PHILVOC’s website at http://www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph/

 

What should I do if an earthquake occurs

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