“A premier State University in the Southeast Asia that provides excellent and relevant Higher Education for Sustainable Development.”.
“The Palawan State University is committed to upgrade the quality of life of the people by providing higher education opportunities through excellent instruction, research, extension, production services and transnational collaboration and innovations.”
“The Palawan State University is geared towards serving its stakeholders in the most honest, professional, decent, efficient and transparent means and shall always be concerned about their welfare and development as citizens of this nation.”
It was business as usual at the PSU grounds for University Engineer Allan U. Vargas together with some workers from the PMO were busy with the construction efforts that are expected to improve the flagpole area in front of the PSU Administration Building in Tiniguiban.
The Palawan State University has just concluded the K to 12 Training in preparation for the upcoming transition in the educational system to be employed as a national agenda beginning in 2016. Owing to the PSU’s track record at the elementary and secondary level, the University has once again responded to the call to serve the region.
NSTP Implementers from all over the region came to Puerto Princesa to attend the highly anticipated Trainnors’ Training at the Asturias Hotel.
Sponsored by the Dangerous Drugs Board, the event was presided over by Dr. Carmelo Vidal, Secretary of the Philippine Society of NSTP Educators and Implementors.
In a rare opportunity, the Palawan State University hosted this year’s Science Consortium where the guests were treated to a very warm and memorable PSU brand of hospitality.
The Science Consortium was attended by a total of 19 Presidents along with their representatives specialized in the Sciences coming from various State Colleges and Universities all over the Philippines. President Jeter S. Sespeñe himself is very happy about what transpired.
With a fitting follow-on to their performance in the last criminology licensure exam, the PSU College of Criminal Justice Educaton is beaming with pride once again as the last batch of examinees have made a new record high of 19 out of 21 successful passers, scoring a passing rate of 90.48% in the exam which was concluded just this April. This time around, the Palawan State University is the top performing school in MIMAROPA.
For a full day, the students of the Palawan State University College of Criminal Justice Education underwent a training seminar that aims to enable them to be competent in state of the art polygraph technology.