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ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AT THE OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL

IRRIGATION ADMINISTRATION- MAGAT RIVER INTEGRATED


IRRIGATION SYSTEM DIVISION II, SAN MATEO, ISABELA

BERNARD M. BALICAT

A Narrative Report presented to the faculty of


Isabela State University, San Mateo, Isabela in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for graduation with the
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY course.
Narrative Report No._ Department Contribution No._ Prepared
in I.I.C.T. under supervision of Mrs. MARILYN LINTAO

ABSTRACT

This OJT was conducted from APRIL 13 2010 to MAY 20


2010 at the office of the National Irrigation Administration,
San Mateo, Isabela. During my OJT I have learned different
task especially communicating with other people as a key to
develop myself.

Through my training days I have motivated my interest,


and broadened my knowledge of become more efficient in my
work. OJT is an instrument for the students to perform their
chosen specialization and mold their abilities.
ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AT THE OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL
IRRIGATION ADMINISTRATION-MAGAT RIVER INTEGRATED
IRRIGATION SYSTEM DIVISION II, SAN MATEO, ISABELA

BERNARD M. BALICAT

NARRATIVE REPORT

ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY

San Mateo, Isabela


S.Y.2009-2010

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The author gratefully acknowledges the efforts of


kindhearted people who made this narrative report possible.
Sincere and profound gratitude is extended particularly to the
following:

To Mrs. Marilyn M. Lintao our OJT coordinator, for her


guidance;

To Mrs. Rosalie Leal Head of IICT Department at Isabela State


University, San Mateo, Campus, for reading the manuscripts,
and offering helpful evaluation, and for providing professional
advice and sight on the narrative report.

To Miss Kathlene Molina, our English critic who patiently


guided me in making this narrative;

Special thanks to my parents, relatives, and to all my friends.

Above all, to our almighty Father for His blessings and


guidance in helping the author finishes this narrative report.
AUTHOR

Dedication

The successful realization of this

Narrative report is gratefully dedicated to all the person who


shared

their time and efforts in making this report.

My ever loving parents, relatives and friends, and above all to

Our Almighty God, this achievement is lovingly and heartily


dedicated.

BERNARD M. BALICAT
APPROVAL SHEET

The Narrative Report entitled “ON- THE-JOD TRAINING AT


THE OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL IRRIGATION ADMINISTRATION-
MAGAT RIVER INTEGRATED IRRIGATION SYSTEM DIVISION II,
SAN MTEO, ISABELA,” prepared and submitted by ALVIN R.
DACANAY, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
graduation with the course, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
INFORMATIO TECHNOLOGY, is here by endorsed.

GUIDANCE / ADVISORY COMMITTEE

MARILYN M. LINTAO

OJT Coordinator English


Critic

Accept as a partial fulfillment of the requirements for


graduation with the course, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.

PROF. MARILYN R. LINTAO

Campus Coordinator, Instructor


Recorded by:

MISS FELY T. CORPUZ

OIC, Campus Registrar DATE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

Title Page……………………………………………………………………….......i

Approval
Sheet……………………………………………………………………..ii

Acknowledgement……………………..
…………………………………………..iii

Dedication………………………………………………………..…………………iv

Table of Contents……………………………………………………...
…………….v

CHATER

I. INTRODUCTION

A. Importance of the Practicum/Job Training…………..……….


……………1
B. Objectives of the Practicum/Job Training…………………..
………..….....2

C. Time and Place of the Practicum/Job


Training…………………………….2

II. BODY OF THE PRACTICUM/JOB TRAINING

A. Agency/Office
Background………………………………………………….3

1. Vision /
Mission…………………………………………………………3

2. Nature and
History……………………………………………………...3

3. Organizational
Chart……………………………………………………

B. Work Experiences…………………………………………………………..

1.
Activities………………………………………………………………

2. Daily
Accomplishment……………………………………………….

3. Problems
Encountered………………………………………………
III. SUMMARY, CONCLUSION, AND RECOMMENDATION

A. Summary and Conclusion…………………………………………….


B. Recommendation……………………………………………………..

REFERENCE

APPENDICES

A. Guidelines for Practicum / Job Training and Narrative


Report…………

B. Nomination for Guidance / Advisory


Committee…………………….

C. Memorandum of Agreement……………………………………

D. Consent of Parent /
Guardian…………………………………….

E. Evaluation
Sheet……………………………………………………….

F. Curriculum Vitae……………………………………………………

G. Plates…………………………………………………………….
Chapter 1

INTRODUCTION

This training was conducted from APRIL 13, 2010 to May


14, 2010 at the National Irrigation Administration, San Mateo,
Isabela.

On-the-Job Training is an important requirement for us to


graduate. Having a good training in different establishment
would enhance our skills and abilities in our chosen
specialization and interest.

Such factor is very significant to us students to be more


effective in developing our talents, and molding ourselves. By
undergoing my training, I accomplished work such as following
instructions, and performing my duties and responsibilities
more diligently and embodying excellence of work.

A. Importance of the practicum/ Job Training


1. It will help the students to apply their knowledge
that is being acquired in the school for their chosen
field.
2. It develops the interpersonal relationship with
employees in the office where he/ she are assigned.
3. It is the way to broaden the mind of student, and for
them to work independently.
B. Objectives of the Practicum/ Job Training
1. To expose the student in their chosen field.
2. To let the students apply their knowledge and to
experience an actual work, and to develop their
skills in modern environment.
3. To determine how much the students have learned
in the school.
C. Time and Place of the Practicum/ Job Training

The Practicum was performed from Monday through


Friday from 8 o’clock in the morning to 12 o’clock noon
and 1 to 5 o’clock in the afternoon from April 13, 2010 to
May 14, 2010 at the office of the National Irrigation
Administration, San Mateo, Isabela.

Chapter 2

BODY OF THE PRACTICUM/ JOB TRAINING

A. Agency/ Office Background

1. Vision / Mission Statement

Vision

NIA envision establishing by 1997 a dynamic and


functional NIA and Irrigator Associations, working in
partnership to accelerate irrigation and development and
provide efficient levels of irrigation services.
Mission

To develop and manage water resources for irrigation and


provide necessary services on the sustainable basis
consistent with the agricultural development program of the
government.

2. Nature and History

The National Irrigation Administration

The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) is a


government- owned and controlled corporation (GOCC)
primarily responsible for the irrigation development in the
Philippines. It was created under Republic Act (RA) 3601 on
22 June 1963,and charter was later amended by Presidential
Decree (PD) 552 on 11 September 1974 and PD 1702 on 17
July 1980, both increasing its capitalization and broadening
its authority. Its fore runner was the Irrigation

Division of the Defunct Bureau of Public Works. PD No. 1,


dated 23 September 1972, integrated all irrigation activities
under NIA.

Objectives

• To develop and rehabilitate irrigation system in


support of the national food production program.
• To provide adequate level of irrigation service on
sustainable basis in partnership with the farmers.
• To provide technical assistance to institution in the
development of water resources for irrigation.
• To support economic and social growth in the rural
areas through irrigation development and
management
• To improve and sustain the operation of the Agency as
a corporation and service-oriented agency.

Powers and Functions:

The powers and functions of NIA embodied under RA 3601 as


amended by Presidential Decree (PD) 552 and PD 1702 are to:

-investigate and study all available and possible water


resources in the Philippines, primarily for irrigation purposes;
to plan, design, construct and/ or improve all types of
irrigation projects and appurtenant structures; to operate,
maintain and administer all national irrigation systems (NIS);
the authority to supervise the operation, maintenance and
repair, or otherwise, administer temporarily all communal and
pump irrigation systems constructed, improved and/or
repaired wholly or partially with government funds, and to
delegate the partial or full management of national irrigation
systems (NIS) to duly organized cooperatives or associations.

-charge and collect from the beneficiaries of the water all


irrigation systems constructed by or under its administration,
such fees or administration charges as maybe necessary to
cover the cost of operation, maintenance, and insurance; and
to recover the cost of construction within a reasonable period
of time to the extent consistent with government policy; to
recover funds or portions thereof expended for the
constructions and/or rehabilitation of communal irrigation
systems (CIS) which shall accrue to a special fund for irrigation
development.

Unpaid irrigation fees or administration charges shall be


preferred liens, first upon the land benefited, and then on the
crops raised

Thereon, which liens shall have preference over all other liens
except for taxes on the land? Such preferred liens shall not be
removed until all fees or administration charges are paid or
the property is levied upon and sold by NIA for the satisfaction
thereof. Judicial action for the collection of unpaid irrigation
fees or charges which the NIA is authorized to imposed and
collect, shall henceforth be governed by the provisions of the
Rules of Court of the Philippines;

-construct multiple-purpose water resources projects designed


primarily of irrigation, and secondarily for hydraulic power
development and/or other uses such as flood control, drainage,
land reclamation, domestic water supply, roads and highway
construction and reforestation, among others. Provided, that
the plans, designs and the construction thereof, shall be
undertaken in coordination with the agencies concerned;

-investigate, in the coordination with the Department of Public


Works, areas which are unproductive or less productive due to
permanent or occasional submergence; to plan, design and
construct drainage facilities and protective works for
agricultural purposes to increase or maximize their productive
yield; to collect drainage fees from landowners of areas
benefited by the drainage facilities and protective

Works to recover the cost of operation and maintenance as


well as a reasonable portion of the cost of the construction
thereof, consistent with government policy;
-acquired, by any mode of acquisition, real and personal
properties, and all appurtenant rights, easements, concessions
and privileges, whether the same are already devoted to
private or public use in connection with development of
projects by NIA;

NIA is empowered to exercise the right of eminent domain in


the manner provided by law for the institution of expropriation
proceedings.

In the prosecution of its projects, the NIA is hereby given the


right of way to construct and maintain such works and
hydraulic structures over and throughout lands of the public
domain, and in those owned by any branch of the government,
political subdivision, and instrumentality.

-establish/create such services and facilities and other means


of social and economic assistance to the community which
might be adversely and directly affected by the construction of
NIA projects; and to do all such other things, and to transact
such business, as are directly or indirectly necessary,
incidental or conductive to the attainment of the above powers
and objectives, including the power to establish and maintain
subsidiaries; and in general, to exercise all the powers of a
corporation under the Corporation Law.
NIA’s role in the agricultural development are further defined
under the Agricultural and Fisheries Modernization Act, RA
84354. the Agency shall be involved in the following:

-Preservation and rehabilitation of watersheds to support the


irrigation systems in coordination with other agencies,
particularly the Department of Environment and National
Resources (DENR);

-Research and Development in the development of effective,


appropriate and efficient irrigation and water management
technologies.

-For NIS

• Planning, design, development, rehabilitation and


movement
• Operation and maintenance of major irrigation
structures including headwork’s and main canals
• Gradual turnover of operation and maintenance of
secondary canals and on-farm facilities to Irrigators
Associations
• Pro vision of technical assistance to local government
units to compliment the devolution of the planning,
design, and management of CIS
• Formulation and development of a plan for the
promotion of a private sector-led development of
minor irrigation systems
• Encouraging the construction of irrigation facilities
thru other viable schemes like Build-Operate-Transfer,
Build-Transfer and other schemes that will fast track
the development of irrigation systems
• Review of irrigation service fee rates and
recommendation of reasonable rates

Offices and Functions

- Board of Directors

The Board of Directors exercises the powers and functions of


NIA.

• Composition of the Board under Presidential Degree


(PD) 552
• Secretary of Agriculture as Chairman
• Administrator of NIA as Vise Chairman
• Director General of the National Economic and
Development Authority as Member
• Secretary of Public Works, Transportation and
Communications as Member
• President of the National Power Corporation as
Member
• One (1) member who shall appointed by the
President of the Philippines on the recommendation
of any national rice and corn organization of good
standing and who shall serve for a term of four
years un less sooner removed
• The Secretary of Agriculture Order No. 17 (14
October 19192) which attached NIA to the
Department of Agriculture.

Powers and duties pursuant to PD 552:

• To formulate and adopt policies for the


management and operations of NIA, and to
prescribed, amend and repeal, with the approval of
the President of the Philippines, rules and
regulations governing the manner in which the
general business of NIA may be conducted,
including provisions for the formation of such
committee/s as the Board may deem necessary to
facilitate the business;
• To recommend to the President of the
Philippines the appointment of such number
Assistant Administrator as the exigencies of the
service may require from a list of name submitted
by the Administrator; to fix the compensation of the
Administrator and his Assistant/s, and by at least
two-thirds vote of all the members, to recommend
the suspension and/or removal of the said officials
for cause;
• To approve, subject to final action of the
President, the annual and/or supplemental budget
of NIA which may e submitted to the Board by the
Administrator fro time to time;
• To appoint and fix the compensation of a Board
Secretary who shall hold office of the pleasure of
the majority of the members of the Board.

Central Office

The Administrator is NIA’s chief executive officer. He is


supported by four assistant administrators, each in –charge of
the following sectors: project development and
implementation (PDI); systems operation and equipment
management (SOEM); finance and management, and
administrative services. The position of deputy administrator
was created in 1986 only. There are 12 departments and two
staff which lend technical, financial and administrative support
services to field operations. The central office issues
guidelines and policies and exercise control, through
monitoring and evaluation, over field operations. See
organizational charts and functional charts.

Field Office
• NIA continuously streamlines its operations.
Decentralization is achieved through delegation of
various authorities to field offices.

• There are 13 Regional Irrigation Offices (RIO) each


headed by a Regional Irrigation Manager (RIM). These
implement the plans, programs and policies of the
Agency in the field. The RIO’s oversees the provincial
irrigation offices and irrigation systems offices. They also
implement locally-funded national irrigation projects.

• The two integrated Irrigation Systems headed by the


Operations Managers operate and maintain the two
reservoirs systems-Upper Pampanga and Magat.

• The 72 Provincial Irrigation Offices (PIO) are headed by


Provincial Irrigation Officers. These are responsible for
the identification, survey, planning and implementation
of communal irrigation projects (CIP), organization and
training of Irrigators Association and provision of services
to communal systems. The PIOs also assist private
individuals or groups of farmers desiring to put up their
own irrigation systems.
• The 116 Irrigation System Offices (ISO), headed by
icesIrrigation Superintendents, is responsible for the
operation and maintenance (O&M) of national irrigation
systems.

• The 8 Project Management Offices (PMO), headed by


Project Managers, implement foreign-assisted national
and communal irrigation projects. The project manager
reports directly to the administrator, through the
assistant administrators for PDI and SOAM and the
RIM. Locally-funded projects are implemented by the
RIO thru a team headed by a Project Engineer or the
Provincial Irrigation Officers.
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

DISTRICT
MANAGER
SECRETARY

ASSISTANT
DISTRICT
MANAGER
ENGINEERING

EQUIPMENT ADMINISTRATI OPERATION,


MANAGEMENT VE SECTION MAINTENANCE &
SECTION INSTITUTION
DEVELOPMENT SECTION
ACCOUNTING

COLLECTION
& BILLING

CASHIERING

PROPERTY

AREA-1 AREA-2 HYDROLOGY


SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR UNIT

ASSISTANT ASSISTANT ASSISTANT ASSISTANT


AREA AREA AREA AREA
SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR
Chapter 3

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION, AND RECOMMENDATION

A. Summary and Conclusion

The students are acquired to undergo the On-


the-job-Trainingas a requirement for graduation. This
training is given to us to develop our own abilities and learn
how to work against difficulties.

This report is summarizing my training at the NIA.


I have acquired many things that can help me in my chosen
field. I developed camaraderie, and cooperation among the
employees and the people of the office, through my training
I performed computer works such as encoding through
excel, printing filing and how to use my skills especially in
the generation of important files in the office.

I therefore conclude that having a requirement


such as On-the-job Training will help the students to boost
their knowledge and very effective for the development of
the trainees. To explore their intellectual ability.

B. Recommendation

Based on the On-the-job-Training I undergone, I


want to suggest or recommend to all the concerned officials,
that before they start the On-the-job-Training they have to
conduct a seminar for the practicum / trainee. In this seminar
they have to discuss about OJT and find out some possible
problems they will encounter during their On-the-job-Training.

They have to ask their trainees what are their


expectations and worries about the said practicum. I also
recommend that before they sent their trainees on their
respected companies / agencies they have to train their
students in order to learn more.

By doing so, the students are prepared for the


different works that the agency will be given to them. They
have to discuss also all requirements regarding this practicum
and narrative report early before the end up of their On-the-
job-Training.

Since, the BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY paid a laboratory fee for the IT
Practicum they have to provide some computers for the
trainee to be used in making narrative reports.

C. Work Experiences

1. Activities

The trainee was assigned to perform the following


activities:
Entertaining Clients - The trainee was assigned to entertain
clients

Filing - The trainee was assigned to file


important documents

Photocopying - The trainee was assigned to photocopy


important documents

Typing - The trainee was assigned to type the


important documents

2. Daily Accomplishment

April 13, 2010

They oriented me about their works and introduce


us to their office.

April 14, 2010

They taught me us on how to compute the list of


the different division

April 15, 2010

Computed and updated the list of DIMAAPIRAS from


Dry-06 to Wet08.

April 16, 2010

Computed the list of DIMAAPIRAS from Dry-06 to


Wet-08.
April 19, 2010

Computed and update the list of SARSANDEL.

April 20, 2010

Encoded the list of DANA.

April 21, 2010

Encoded the list of DIAMARA.

April 22, 2010

Encoded the list of DIAMARA.

April 23, 2010

Updated the list of CULING.

April 26, 2010

Updated the list of PMC.

April 27, 2010

Updated the list of DANA.

April 28, 2010

Arranged alphabetically the list of DIADELCA.


April 29, 2010

Arranged Alphabetically the list of PMC.

April 30, 2010

Updated the list of PMC.

MAY 04, 2010

Updated the list of PMC.

MAY 05, 2010

Updated the list PMC.

May 06, 2010

Encoded the list of DIAMARA .

May 5, 2009

Encoded the list of DIAMARA.

May 6, 2009

Encoded the LIPA of CULING.

May 07, 2010

Posted the list of CULING.

May 10, 2010

Printed the list of DANA from Wet Crop 2008.


May 11, 2010

Encoded the list if CULING from Wet Crop 2008.

May 12, 2010

Encoded the list of PKK from WET Crop 2008.

May 13, 2010

Encoded the list of DANA from DRY Crop 2008.

May 14, 2010

Posted the list of DANA from DRY Crop 2008.

May 15, 2009

Posted the list of CULING.

May 18, 2009

Printed the list of DANA from Wet Crop 2008.

May 19, 2009

Encoded the list if CULING from Wet Crop 2008.

May 20, 2009

Encoded the list of PKK from WET Crop 2008.


APPENDICES
Appendix A

Republic of the Philippines

ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY

San Mateo, Isabela

GUIDELINES FOR JOB TRAINING AND NARRATIVE REPORT

I. Academic Qualification

1. The students should have been evaluated and classified


as graduating. However , if the students have an incomplete
grade within the academic year and / or semester, they may
be allowed to undergo the practicum and may complete such
subject provided that the time spent for that purpose is
outside their practicum hours.

2. The students will be allowed to undergo practicum / job


training provided that their deficiency is only a minor subject
and not a manor subject.

II. Selection of Company

1. The school shall select the company/ agency or office thru


the recommendation of the OJT Coordinator assigned for the
deployment of the student trainees. The students may suggest
/ recommend such agency or offices.
2. The agency /office should have the computer facilities to use
by the trainees to enhance their skills development in the
world of computer.

3. The selected agencies or offices will be assigned to students


thru draw lots. The OJT coordinator may assign two (2) or more
students if the said agencies / offices have the capacity or
capability to accommodate such number.

4. All student trainees will be treated as management trainees


and not as regular employees. Hence, they are not entitled to
any salary, wages, allowance or any forms of remuneration.
However, if the cooperation agency so desires, it may prove
monetary benefits on a voluntary basis.

III. Requirements

1. the students are required to render 200 hours


of training and other tasks or responsibilities
which will be reflected in the time / activity
management plan form to be accomplished
daily by the students and to be reviewed and
evaluated by the immediate supervisor
assigned in the agency or office. If the
student trainee fails to render the required
number of hours within the agreed span of
time by the school and agency , she / he may
be allowed to extend until the completion of
said required number of hours.
2. The students are expected to behave like
professionals during their training. Propriety
and deportment is expected, hence, the
students should be in their casual / business
attire during the practicum / training period.
3. The student's conduct in the performance of
training / practicum shall be guided by the
university policies, rules and other pertinent
policies, regulations and standard operating
procedures to the cooperating agency or
office.
4. The OJT coordinator or his / her duly
authorized representative shall monitor and /
or visit from time to time the student trainees
for the purpose of evaluating the progress of
the student's performance in the practicum
program.
5. Each student trainee shall have an oral
reporting and written report / narrative
report after the completion of the practicum.
The oral reporting should be presented for 25
minutes. The topics for presentation include
the activity, problems encountered and their
recommendation. The use of chalk and board
will not be allowed.

Each student shall have a typewritten report, which shall serve


or be used in the oral reporting. Relevant information about
the agency or office, diary of daily activities, problems
encountered and recommended solutions should be included in
the report.

After the oral reporting, the written report shall be returned to


the student concerned for the finalization of report.
IV. Grading System

Each student trainee shall be graded and evaluated based


on the following criteria / areas:

Written report 30%

Quality of content (70)

Quality of format (30)

Class Presentation 10%

Clarity (20)

Orderliness (20)

Use of Visual Aids (20)

Ability to answer Questions (40)

Agency / office work 60%

Quality of work (80)

Punctuality (10)

Attitude (10) _________

Total 100%
• passing mark is 75%

V. Final Report and Format

Four (4) copies of a bound manuscript should be submitted


and duly signed by the authorities concerned. The original
copy shall be submitted to the library while the remaining
copies will be for the IICT office, registrar, and the student
trainee.

All student trainees should work independently and submit


their own original work. Any student found submitting
copies or duplicated report will receive appropriate
demerits and a harsh disciplinary action, the student may
lose credit in the written report and consequently fail the
subject.

Cover

The final copies of the narrative report shall be hard


bound/ cloth bound in navy blue color cover with gold
lettering bearing necessary information as follows: ( in
inverted pyramid ) ,name or kind of report , name of the
university , and the month and year submitted.

Page and chapter format

Types of heading. Centered heading of the major


division and manuscript, and side headings and paragraph
heading for subdivision shall be heading and in the majority
of case it should not be necessary to make additional
subdivisionsٍ

Centered headings. The main section heading should be in


capital letters and bold typeface , not underlined and in the
center of the page without any punctuation mark. Every
chapter of the manuscript (major division) shall begin on a new
page.

Side headings. The side headings should be aligned with


the left margin of the manuscript. The first letter of each word
is capitalized, bold typeface

Paragraph headings. The subheading is underlined and not


followed by a new paragraph; text continuing on the same line
is another heading. The entry should be indented about eight
(8) spaces from the left margin . Only the first letter of the
first word is capitalized.

Typeset, line spacing and margins. The body of the manuscript


shall be typed 12 characters per inch, double space. Tables
and figures may be in either small typeset. Paragraph shall be
indented for eight (8) spaces. However, the caption titles for
table’s figures and plates shall be in 12 cps. The left margin
shall be 1.5 inches and 1 inch for all the other borders.

Page numbering. The page number of the preliminaries shall


be numbered roman numerals (example i, ii,iii, and so on) with
the title page considered as “I” but should not be typed. All
other pages beginning with first page of the manuscript proper
shall be numbered in Arabic numerals. All page numbers shall
be located at the bottom center, and there should be at least
two (2) spaces (double – space ) before the last entry of the
text in the page before the page number to the bottom of the
paper.

ORGANIZATIONAL

The following preliminary pages shall be including in the first


few page of the report.

1. Title page
2. Approval sheet
3. Acknowledgement
4. Dedication
5. Table of Contents
6. Abstract
7. The report proper shall contain the following:

a. Relevant information about the agency / office assigned.


b. Accomplished training plan
c. Problem encountered

Tables, figures, and plates

Definition. Data that will be presented as tabulated set of


number shall be designed as tables, freehand or mechanical
drawing / instructions, graph and sketches as figure and
color or black and white photograph as plates. Whenever
possible, tables, figures, and plates shall be integrated in
the manuscript.

Tables.Tables shall be nearly designed and correctly or


appropriately titled. The units used the sample size and
other reference symbols should be properly indicated
.Asterisk should be reserved for indication level of
significance. Arabic numbering of table should be done in
one continuous sequence thought the manuscript. Single
spaced typing should be use in table.

The inclusion of tables should be regulated so that only the


necessary ones are incorporated in the report. Other
relevant tables may be included as appendix table.

Figures. Figures should be drawn in Indian ink on white


paper card or on think tracing or plastic film. Photographed
are also accepted. It is recommended that the width of a
figure (diagram, graph ,histograms, or etc.) drawn or
printed on separated sheet of paper of the same size of text
sheet , either be 150 mm or 100

In the case of line graphs the zero (0) reference point shall
always be included unless the values for both X and Y axes
will sufficiently be indicated in the interception in the said
axis. However, the present trend of presenting graphs
generated by computer software that automatically adjusts
the X and Y axes is acceptable.

Plates.Photographs (plates) to be included in the report


shall be of high quality, of appropriated size, and should be
only those particularly relevant to the subject. Plates should
be adequately labeled and the caption clear and concise.

Similar to figures the plates should be fixed to a separated


sheet of paper the same size as text sheets. Applications
paper glue should be done carefully so that it will not spill
over the opposite surface. Any form of tape ( scotch
masking tape ect.) and photograph corners are not allowed.

Appendix B

Republic of the Philippines


ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY
San Mateo, Isabela

NOMINATION OF GUIDANCE/ ADVISORY


COMMITTEE

Name: BERNARD M. BALICAT


Course: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

I have hereby nominated the following as members of my


Guidance/ advisory Committee:

MRS. MARILYN R. LINTAO MISS KATHLENE MOLINA


Adviser/ OJT Coordinator English Critic

_____________________ ______________
Signature of the Student Date

Accepted the responsibility as member of the Guidance/Advisory


Committee:
MRS.MARILYN LINTAO _______________
________________
Adviser/ OJT Coordinator Signature
Date

_______________ ________________
English Critic Signature
Date

Recommending Approval:

MRS.MARILYN LINTAO
IICT CHARMAN

Approved:

DR. LEON GUNZALES

CAMPUS DIRECTOR

Appendix C

Republic of the Philippines

ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY

San Mateo, Isabela

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT

In conformity with the objectives of the course practicum (on


the job training),which is geared to develop the student's
ability and transform theoretical knowledge of information
technology in real work situation: to proved in-depth
experience on important matters pertaining to this field of
endeavor; to proved opportunities for the application of
information technology principles; and as well as to develop
and infuse professional confidence, the Isabela State
University San mateo campus enters into the agreement with
MR.RONNIE B. BESA NAI- MARIIS Division II San Mateo, Isabela
of NATIONAL IRRIGATION ADMINISTRATION.(Manager)
(agency / institution)

WHEREBY:

a. one or more students under the on-job training


program (IT practicum) shall be detailed on a part
time basis on the said cooperation agency /
institution from APRIL 13, 2010 to May 20, 2010;
b. the OJT students shall render exhaustive work and
other tasks or responsibilities agreed upon by the
manager /head of the cooperating agency/
institution and the coordinator of the OJT program
as stipulated in the program of work jointly
prepared for the purpose.
c. The cooperating agency/institution shall take all
necessary precautionary measures to safeguard the
welfare of the students(s) while undergoing the OJT
program within the premises of the agency/
institution;
d. The OJT students will be treated as trainees and not
as regular employees; hence they are not entitled to
any salary wages allowances or any form of
remuneration . However if the cooperating agency /
institution so desires it may provide the students
monetary benefits on a voluntary basis;
e. While on this (OJT) program the students (s)
promise to abide by the rules on students conduct
of the University and all pertinent rules and
regulations policies and standard operating
procedures of the cooperating agency/ institution;
f. The OJT coordinator or authorized officials of the
university shall be allowed to visit from time to time
the students at all cooperating agency/ institution
for purpose of the coordinating and evaluating the
development of the program;
g. The cooperating agency / institution shall require
and monitor the daily attendance of the OJT
students(s);
h. The cooperating agency/ on institution shall impart
theoretical as well as experience learning to the
students; expose them to all facets of information
technology work relevant to the objectives of the
program and participate in the final evaluation of
the student's performance.
i. The cooperating agency/ institution shall provide
guidance data and technical information to the
students in writing their comprehensive report;
j. The students(s) after finishing the OJT program will
submit a comprehensive report or re-entry plan of
the training and shall provide a copy of the same to
the cooperating agency/ institution .Such report
serve as a requirement for graduation;
k. This agreement mat be discontinued at any time or
either of the two parties if in its judgment, he
welfare of the party is prejudiced. Seven (7) days
prior notice will be required for such discontinuance.

Inn witness here of, parties hereto sign this


agreement to be executed by the respective parties on
their duly authorized representatives on the dates
indicated opposite their respective signature.

BERNARD M. BALICAT __________________________

OJT STUDENT DATE

MARILYN R. LINTAO________________________________

OJT Coordinator DATE

MARILYN R. LINTAO_________________________________

IICT Chairman DATE

Cooperating Agency /Institution

_______________________________________________________-

Manager / head of Agency DATE

Republic of the Philippines


ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY
San Mateo, Isabela

INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION


TECHNOLOGY

PRACTICUM WORK EVALUATION

Name BERNARD M. BALICAT


Course Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Name of Agency Isabela State University
Address San Mateo, Isabela
Department
Telephone No. 09225535261
Supervisor Mr. Alan L. Cabacungan
Hours 200 hrs.
Completed

Please rate the student assigned in your office using the


following criteria below. Please check accordingly. Kindly complete this
form and place it in an envelope provided by the student and seal it
with your signature.
(NOTE: Envelopes which are not sealed and signed will not be
accepted.)

WORK ATTITUDE EXCELLENT VERY GOOD FAIR POOR


GOOD
Punctuality in reporting
to work
Regularity in attendance
Enthusiasm to
accomplish the task at
hand
Readiness to be trained
Accuracy in following
instructions
Promptness in finishing
his/her work
Efficiency in performing
his / her work
Neatness and
orderliness of working
area
PERSONALITY EXCELLENT VERY GOOD FAIR POOR
TRAITS GOOD
Personal grooming
Courtesy and
politeness
Industriousness
Sensitivity to the
needs of others
Ability to relate with
co-workers
Self-confidence
Please write on the blanks provided any comments you would like to
share in order to improve the student’s and attitude.

Please give your overall rating of the student

Rate:
Evaluated by: ___________________________________
(Signature over Printed Name / date) Excellent = 1.00 – 1.25

Very Good = 1.50 – 1.75

Good = 2.00 – 2.50

Fair = 2.75

Poor = 3.00
Appendix D

Republic of the Philippines

ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY

San Mateo,Isabela

CONSENT OF PARENTS /GUARDIAN

I, LORAN M. BALICAT parent/guardian of BERNARD M.


BALICATa student of Bachelor of Science in Information
Technology course (BSIT) at Isabela State University
,San Mateo, Isabela do hereby authorize my son to
undergo the practicum / job training as a requirement
for graduation.

I, agree that the said practicum / training be


undertaken at National irrigation administration for a
period of Two Hundred (200) hours. I understand that
his stay or assignment is being guided by the
university Rules on student Conduct and other
pertinent rules, policies and standard operating
procedures of the cooperating agency/ office.

I, Further agree to shoulder all person and incidental


expenses incurred by him while undergoing their
practicum / job training . the university and the
cooperating agency/ office shall not be held
responsible for any untoward incident pertaining
hereto. It is understood that the concerned officials
shall take all precautionary measures to safeguard the
interest of the student.

Signed on this _____ day of May 2009.

Guardian:

Parent/ Guardian

Witness:

MR. Marilyn R. Lintao


OJT coordinator

Appendix F

CURRICULUM VITAE

I. Personal Information

Name: BERNARD M. BALICAT

Address: Sinamar Norte , San


Mateo

Birthday: May 16, 1989

Age: 20

II. Educational Background

Tertiary: Isabela State University San Mateo, Isabela


(Campus)

Course: Bachelor Of Science in Information Technology

ISU-San Mateo, San Mateo, Isabela

Bachelor of Science in Information


Technology

Secondary: Sinamar Norte Integrated School, San Mateo,


Isabela
Elementary: Sinamar Norte , San Mateo, Isabela