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Para mapakita sa mga tao ang unti-unting pagtaas ng pasilidad ng The Fisher Valley College, nagkaroon na ng Wi-Fi ang kolehiyo na sinimulan sa pag-uumpisa ng klase ngayong unang semestre, pang-akademikong taong 2011-2012, sa pan-gunguna ng Department of Computer Studies.
Madami ang natuwa at makikinabang sa proyektong ito. Sa pangunguna ni Engr. Reagan Ricarfort, tagapangulo ng Depart-ment of Computer Studies, naisakatu-paran ang nasabing proyekto. Kinakailangan lamang dalhin sa computer labora-tory ng sinumang estudyante ng kolehiyo ang kanyang laptop, cellphone o anuman para ma-i-set-up ng mga computer technicians ng libre.
Bahagya mang nadagdagan ang babayarin, hindi na ito masama kung ikukumpara sa ibang unibersidad o kolehiyo na umaabot ng libo.
Ang Wi-Fi zone ay nakasentro sa ground floor at aabot sa ilang bahagi sa ikalawang palapag. Sa ngayon ay sinisikap ng gawing Wi-Fi zone ang buong campus. Para naman sa seguridad, may password bago ito magamit na eksklusibong nakakaalam lamang nito ay mga taga-TFVC lang. May mga websites din na hindi pwedeng puntahan para maiwasan ang anumang masamang epekto.
Samantala, ang C5 Annex campus ng The Fisher Valley College ay naka-Wi-Fi na rin.
More than 10 students of The Fisher Valley College were chosen to be the official representatives for the career orientation conducted on January 6, 2012 at President Diosdado Macapagal High School (PDMHS) in Signal Village, Taguig City. The students were shocked upon know-ing the reason behind their curiosity when their names were posted on the bulletin board. The chosen students from different departments and several professors joined force for the favorable out-come of the career talk orientation seminar.
The students were accompanied by Ms. Grace Taroma, Assistant College Registrar, Prof. Ofelia Buenafe, Chairperson of the Department of Business Administration and Accountancy, Mr. Albert dela Cruz, adviser of the Department of Hospitality Management, and Mr. Rovi Roy Cruz, a faculty member from the Department of Computer Studies. The students who were part of the group include Anna Luz Dayne Conde and Cheryn Mariz Natividad of DBAA, Gel-lie Pascual and Madel Consulta of the Department of Education, Heidelyn Tor-res, Regine Daodoy, Ivy Roy Paring and Mae Roa of DCS, Rhomrex Madrideo, Maricel De Guia and Ana Victoria Mon-doy of DOHM.
It was noted that the PDMHS pupils and the teachers warmly welcomed the group from TFVC. It was then an up-right thing to know that the PDMHS‘ students cooperated, lent their ears, and spent their precious time with TFVC representatives, for them to know what field to take and what school to enroll.
Prof. Marianne A. Mojar, C5 Annex Administrator, reminded the TFVC C5 students that they are carrying the name of the school, therefore, they must do their best to represent TFVC in the most excellent way.
The said career orientation was a great success in terms of its noble objectives. It helped guide the students to choose the right profession. The group encouraged them that TFVC is committed in helping them become successful in life and to de-velop knowledge merited with sagacity and attitudes which will be the assets for the individuals to develop self-esteem, capable of rational con-duct, and be useful citizens of our nation.
Significant wisdoms worthy of learn-ing and decision making will really help the students of PDMHS realize that education is a crucial element for the success of every individual. Poverty really exists nowadays, but it will never be a hindrance if one will be determined to pursue things which have started – your goals and ambitions in life.
Taguig City Mayor Ma. Laarni Lani Cayetano, together with her staff, visited The Fisher Valley College on March 13, 2012 to give cash incentives for the college students as part of her L.A.N.I. Scholarship Program. One hundred thirty-eight (138) students received P5, 000.00 each while Vergel Maravilla, a graduating student taking up Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, received P20, 000.00.
In order to receive cash incentive, the recipient must be a bonafide resident of Taguig City for at least one year imme-diately preceding the application, of good moral character, determine to finish the course, and committed to love and serve Taguig City. For the P20, 000 cash incentive, the student must have a general weighted aver-age of 1.25, as stated in the City‘s official website.
L.A.N.I. stands for Lifeline Assistance for Neighbors In-need.