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Welcome to Isabela State University
San Mateo Campus

 

ISU San Mateo on its 34thyear of existence

Betsie Manaligod-dela Cruz

Rosalie Cabico-Leal 

        The Isabela State University – San Mateo campus proudly stands at its new location after 20 years of stay at the Barangay Hall. San Mateo campus stands on a ground that was once an agricultural land owned by generous Col. Andres D. Damian. Although it is not big campus as its mother campus, it houses a family of teachers and students, who have brilliant minds and creative hands in achieving excellence in Instruction, production, research and extension.

         ISU San Mateo campus has gone long in its effort to work for the betterment of the students. At 34thyear ISU San Mateo remains steadfast in its mission of giving quality education.

         It is a fact that ISU – San Mateo has never been spared of problems in its commitments to uphold quality education and instruction including services. However, it has surpassed the test of time with its capacity for survival that even in the midst of constant change of societal demands and challenges; it has proven its competence as proven by the result of the recent celebration of its silver founding anniversary.

        ISU San Mateo remains open to more complex challenges in sustaining high standard education.

The San Mateo Vocational and Industrial School which started in 1976 had a two-year Technical College Department which consequently became the nucleus of the Isabela State University San Mateo Campus in pursuant of Section 15 of Presidential Decree 1434.

         In P.D. 1434, President Ferdinand E. Marcos established the Isabela State University (ISU), the first in Region 02, on June 10, 1978 by merging the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) atCabagan, the Isabela tate College of Agriculture (ISCA) at Echague and the absorption of college courses from the Isabela School of Arts and Trades (ISAT) in Ilagan, Roxas Memorial Agriculture and Industrial School (RMAIS) in Roxas and San Mateo Vocational and Industrial School (SMVIS) in San Mateo and Jones Rural School, Jones, Isabela. 

         Upon the creation of ISU-San Mateo, Mr. Francisco Juan, the SMVIS School Administrator, was appointed as the Officer-in-Charge followed by Prof. Sotero G. Martin as the first appointed Campus Head (1979-1982); Prof. Avelina L. Domingo, Chairman (1982-1987); Dr. Jose C. Domingo, Chairman (June 1987-1996); Dr. Avelina L. Domingo (1996-May 31, 2002); Prof. Quirino G. Lucas, Campus Executive Director (June 1, 2002-August 2005); Dr. Dr. Reynaldo L. Raymundo, Campus Executive Director (August 2005 – December 3, 2008); Prof. Dalmacio G. Leaño – December 4, 2008 – June 30, 2008; and Dr. Leon M. Gonzales, Campus Administrator (July 2008 to present).

         In 1980 through the generosity of Barangay Capt. Hardy B. Lintao, the University occupied temporarily the Mother Craft Center and the Pre-Fab Building of Brgy. San Andres as its Library and classrooms respectively until such time that the University was transferred to a portion of lot number 2085- F TCT 141877 with an area of 1.2 hectares located at National Highway San Andres, San Mateo,Isabela in 1999. The lot was donated by the lateCol. Andres D. Damianthrough the initiative of the administration of Dr. Avelina L. Domingo 

         At present, the University offers academic courses namely: Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (Degree and Ladderized) with major fields of specialization in Garments Technology, Food Technology, Electrical Technology, Applied Electronics Technology, Drafting Technology, Foods Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Degree and Ladderized), Bachelor of Science in Agriculture ( First two-years), Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science, Bachelor in Secondary Education, two-Year courses like Computer Secretarial and Computer Programming.

         The University’s management is peopled by effective and efficient faculty and staff. Work forces include 1 Professor V, 2 Associate Professor V, 1 Associate Professor II, 2 Assistant Professor IV, 1 Assistant Professor III, 1 Assistant Professor I, 3 Instructor I, 7 Contractual Instructor I, 1 Part-Time Instructor, 3 Support Staff members, 1 utility worker, and 3 security guards. 

         From its humble beginnings, the growth of ISU-San Mateo Campus has been phenomenal. It has provided quality education to students not only from San Mateo but also from nearby towns like Ramon, Cabatuan, Aurora, San Manuel, Quezon, and other towns in Mountain province and Kalinga. It is hoped that it will continuously bring to life the dreams of our people to be educated and be educated well.

Organizational Chart || Campus Officials || Staff Profiles || Faculty Profiles


Administration

 

LINKAGES  (Instruction, Research, Extension and Production Linkages) especially those entered into by the University (or campus) with MOA.  The linkage could have been forged in the past years but is still on-going or could be a new linkage in CY 2012

 

 RESOURCE GENERATION – cash donations or “in kind” donations to support projects in the various thrusts (Instruction, Research, Extension, Production) and administration

Name of Project

Location Person Responsible/ Contact Person at ISU Thrust Supported (instruction, research, extension,production) Funding Agency/Donor Total Fund Support
Construction of 1 Classroom (7m X 9m) ISU-San Mateo Campus Administrator/Planning Officer Instruction CDF/Cong. Napoleon Dy 500,000.00
Construction of 4 Classroom Building (Phase 1) of 10 Classroom 2 Storey Building) ISU-San Mateo Campus Administrator/Planning Officer Instruction Provincial Government. Fund/Gov. Bojie Dy 3,600,000.00
Construction of 2 Span of Roofing of ISU-Gym ISU-San Mateo Campus Administrator/Planning Officer Instruction Provincial Government Fund/Gov. Bojie Dy 1,500,000.00
Completion of 1st Floor of the  PTCA Building ISU-San Mateo Campus Administrator/Planning Officer Instruction IRAA of LGU-San Mateo/ Mayor Crispina Agcaoili 105,000.00
 

 

For big projects, please provide history of the project (when funding was solicited and received by ISU, date when implementation started (e.g. building construction, when started and completed).  In case of IGE project, when did the project become functional and started generating income for ISU?

 

The newly installed Laboratory Room with 40 Computers

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

OTHER IMPORTANT UNDERTAKINGS

  • Awarded as Rank 1 in the sustainability of RA 9003 last March 17, 2013
  • 2013 NATIONAL SEARCH FOR SUSTAINABLE & ECO-FRIENDLY SCHOOLS (A Recognition Awards for Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Schools)
  • Being awarded as Best Implementer of RA 9003, the campus was mandated to showcase Best Practices by the LGU of San Mateo. There are municipalities from other provinces visiting San Mateo campus since then
  • Participation in the LGU Programs and Invitations of other government and private agencies
  • Purchased one service van
  • Repair of Comfort Rooms, Science Laboratory, Model Room, Audio Visual Room, Library, Office of Student Services, RDET and HRMO
  • Requested one (1) nurse from LGU and it was granted. The nurse is reporting every Thursday.
  • Resolutions Approved and Submitted
1. Resolution to Gov. Faustino G. Dy – Continuous Construction of the Multi-Purpose Hall and 2nd Floor of the 10 Classroom
2. Resolution to Cong. Arnel U. Ty – Construction of Eight Classrooms, Service Vehicle, Classmate Chair
3. Resolution to Mayor Crispina Agcaoili – Finishing of the PTCA Building (1st Floor)

 

REPORT OF COLLECTION

         MONTH      COLLECTION
JANUARY 162,823.00
FEBRUARY 108,340.00
MARCH 99,525.00
APRIL 85,720.00
MAY 240,690.00
JUNE 596,805.00
JULY 347,060.50
AUGUST 221,285.00
SEPTEMBER 65,265.00
OCTOBER 334,470.00
NOVEMBER 469,602.00
DECEMBER 512,627.00
TOTAL 3,244,212.50
 

 

 

Awarding of Best Implementer of RA 9003

THE PRIZE OF A WINNER! ISU San Mateo showcasing the Best Practices in the implementation of RA 9003

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED CLASSROOMS.
Constructed under the funds of Cong. Napoleon Dy (up)
Constructed initially from the PTCA Fund and finished by Mayor Crispina Agcaoili under LGU Fund

The newly purchased Service Vehicle


instrution

RECOGNITION PROGRAM
April 7, 2014
CERTIFICATES/ AWARDS
Curriculum (Narrative)
            San Mateo will continue to adhere to the mission, vision, goals and objectives of the University; that is to continuously produce highly competent graduates in response to the needs of the community, region and the nation at large; enrich its programs parallel to the needs of the community; established linkages to local and national.
           
            Likewise, the campus also envisioned to be the partner in realizing the mission and vision of the Municipality. Thus, San Mateo campus offers the following courses; Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education now Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education major in Electronics Technology, Electrical Technology, Garments Fashion and Design and Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Both BTTE and BSIT are Ladderized programs.
 
The offering of Teacher Education is in consonance with CHED Memo No. 30 s. 2004. However, since this campus is a pioneer institution to offer Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (BSIE). Today, the campus is bent to regain its stature as a polytechnic college, as it keeps on developing itself to provide quality education to its clientele. In response to the changing socio-economic milieu, Isabela State University as an educational institution has to adapt and respond to the call of the times, improve and enhance its education program; hence, this BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL TEACHER EDUCATION.
 
The opening of the course, Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education is timely for the following reasons:
  • It rationalizes the Teacher Education Program especially the Industrial Education Program;
  • It is a ladderized program which is now the present thrust of the Arroyo administration; It is a program created by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Technical Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) to respond to local and global demand for workforce or employment.
  • The majors/field of specialization of the Bachelor of Science in  Industrial Education ( BSIE ) will be placed in the Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education ( BTTE ) program; and
  • The campus has available human and material resources for the program
  • BTTE in its 4th year of operation manifest increase of enrolment.
Bachelor of Secondary Education
            Bachelor of Secondary Education increase of enrolment is also evident and the result of Licensure Examination is above the National Passing Percentage.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology shows yearly increase of enrolment and 100% NC Passers conducted by TESDA.
The campus also subjected BSE and BSIT programs for accreditation to comply with the standard set by the AACUP. It passed the Preliminary Survey and schedule the said program for Level 1 this coming November 2013. However, due to unavailability of accreditors the visit was rescheduled on September 2014. The administration is also optimistic to submit its BTTE program after its first batch of graduates this coming 2015.
Table 1. Instructional Materials Developed and have been continuously used by the Faculty  
Title Program/Subject Supported Author/Developer/ Inventor/Innovator Year Developed Status* Collaborator (if any) Publisher (if book or written material)
Workbook in Math 11 MATH 11 Isagnai M. Valerozo 2010 Piloted    
Laboratory Manual  and workbook BIOLOGY Fely T. Corpuz 2007 Piloted    
Module in Statistics STATISTICS Juana G. Gapasin 2008 Piloted    
Logic  Worksheet PHILOSOPHY 11 Rosalie C. Leal 2011 Validated Kelvin Kris Gonzales  
Work Text in English ENGLISH  13 Bernadette D. Bagalay 2012 Piloted    
             
Module in IT51 Network Technology Larry B. de Guzman 2011 piloted    
Module in IT56 Database Management System Larry B. de Guzman 2011 piloted Kelvin Kris Gonzales  

Module in MYSQL

Database Management System 2 Larry B. de Guzman   ** on going    
Module in Programming 2 Visual Basic 6.0 Kelvin Kris Gonzales 2009 piloted    
Module in DBMS

Database Management

System

Kelvin Kris Gonzales 2009 piloted Larry B. de Guzman  
Module in Web Programming PHP Kelvin Kris Gonzales 2009 piloted    
Module in Visual Basic OOP

Visual Basic

.net

Sonny Boy

Villegas

2012 piloted    
 

Students Profile and Development

Trend of enrollment (highlight increase in student population offering explanation such as affordability of education at ISU or is it because of improved facilities and intelligent faculty?)  Mention information drive and other activities aimed to increase enrollment (see Table 1)

Scholarship availability, massive information drive, student activities parallel to the course offerings, subject its programs to accreditation, improve facilities, purchase new equipments, new infrastructure contributed to the increase of enrolment for 1st semester, School Year  2013-2014.

Innovations/intercessions that improved student life (easier enrollment system, reduced or free tuition fee?)

Walk in applicants are entertained immediately. Such availability of scholarship, the scholarship coordinator is given the authority to evaluate documents for scholarship applicants sponsored by BROE and LPGMA thereby the applicant need not go to process documents to the specified offices of the sponsoring agency.

Scholarships (Academic, Sports and other scholarships)

Scholarship data shows an increasing number of students who availed scholarship program. This means that there are different scholarship programs offered by the University, Government and non-government agencies.

Other Activities supported by the University that helped hone the talents and skills of our students (Sports Activities, Quizzes, Trainings (in-house and off-campus trainings and Conferences).  Emphasize the nature of support from ISU

The campus/university provided campus trainings and even sent students to national training and conferences by providing registration fees and travel

allowances.  Sports activities were done year round to prepare students for any competition within and outside the University. Campus athletes and students who are members of the socio cultural (Bullalayao Dance Troupe, ISU Buffleheads) are provided with scholarship, allowances and free training. In other words, once that a student represents the campus he/she is entitled of those privileges stipulated in the student handbook and IRR of the Student Development Fund.

Awards and Recognition received by our students

A student who represented the campus will be automatically given certificate/medals/merit during the recognition program. He will also receive cash prize as stipulated in the IRR of SDF. As such, increasing number of students participated in different competitions.

RECOGNITION PROGRAM

April 7, 2014

CERTIFICATES/ AWARDS

 

NAME AWARD
JUN JUN C. ALCANTARA Cum Laude
  Gov. Faustino “Bojie” G. Dy III Excellence Award
  Champion – Quizbowl Competition - Cluster Level
  Champion – Quizbowl Competition – University Level
  1st Runner Up - Quizbowl Competition – Regional Level
  Most Innovative Educational Software
  2nd Place Best Research - Campus Level
MARLON C. ALCANTARA Most Innovative Educational Software
  2nd Place Best Research - Campus Level
MARICEL G. MATIAS Most Innovative Educational Software
  2nd Place Best Research - Campus Level
VON P. GABAYAN JR. Best Research Campus Level
BONYVIC M. GARCIA Best Research Campus Level
PRECY B. MIGUEL Best Research Campus Level
MARY JANE G. ABON Most Innovative Application Software
DIANE G. MARTIN Most Innovative Application Software
JOY S. VILLANUEVA Most Innovative Application Software
EDNA FLOR ANGELYN R. LACHICA 3rd Place Research Campus Level
BEVERLY A. BOBILA 3rd Place Research Campus Level
JAYVEE S. CORPUZ 3rd Place Research Campus Level
CAMILLE V. NICOLAS Champion – Quizbowl Competition - Cluster Level
  Champion – Quizbowl Competition – University Level
  1st Runner Up - Quizbowl Competition – Regional Level
  1st Place Statistics Quiz – Municipal Level
KENNETH P. ICBAN Champion – Quizbowl Competition - Cluster Level
  Champion – Quizbowl Competition – University Level
  1st Runner Up - Quizbowl Competition – Regional Level
  2nd Place Statistics Quiz – Municipal Level
ELLAINE GRACE P. TACADENA Champion Statistics Quiz – Municipal Level
  1st Runner Up – Pagsulat ng Sanaysay - Cluster Level
  1st Runner Up – Pagsulat ng Sanaysay – University Level
  2nd Place – News Writing English – University Level
GERALD P. ESPIRITU Champion – Quizbowl Competition - Cluster Level
  Champion – Quizbowl Competition – University Level
  1st Runner Up - Quizbowl Competition – Regional Level
JEAN D. FERNANDEZ 1st Place Essay Writing Contest – Cluster Level
MARIA LOURDES T. VICENTE 2nd Place Photojournalism – University Level
  3rd Place Editorial Cartooning – University Level
PIATELLI F. DELA CRUZ 3rd Place Feature Writing Filipino – University Level
ROSALYN S. CONDE 3rd News Writing Filipino – University Level
JAN MAR S. MATEO 3rd Place Photojournalism – University Level
ANA ROSE B. CABANIT 2nd Place Pagkukuwento - Cluster Level
VERGILIO T. MANZANO 2nd Place Dagliang Talumpati - Cluster Level
  PSE President
MICHELLE S. GUEVARRA 2nd Place Story Telling – Cluster Level
  Member Bullalayao Dance Troupe
TEDDY C. BRAVO 2nd Place Vocal Duet – Cluster Level
  Member Bullalayao Dance Troupe
EUNALIE C. UMIPIG 2nd Place Duet – Cluster Level
LEAH F. CARIAN 3rd Place Solo Singing Contest - Cluster Level
JOHNNY V. CAUILAN JR. Champion Table Tennis – Cluster Level
MAYLYN B. GUMTANG Fashion Model 2014
  Fashion Designer 2014
  Best in Creative Attire
  Best in Sexy Shorts
FERDINAND D. MUNCHIG Fashion Model 2014
CARMINA R. DELA CRUZ Fashion Designer 2014
  Best in Designing Creative Attire
  Best in Designing Swim Wear
  Best in Designing Jeans Wear
CLARISA JOY I. DACUMOS Fashion Designer 2014
  Best in Designing Creative Attire
  Best in Designing Swim Wear
  Best in Designing Jeans Wear
PRINCES JANE R. DELA CRUZ Best in Pattern Making
  Member Bullalayao Dance Troupe
PRINCESS  G. BARENG Fashion Designer 2014
  Fashion Designer of Creative Attire & Sexy Shorts
PRINCESS JOY D. TORRES Fashion Designer 2014
  Fashion Designer of Creative Attire & Sexy Shorts
SHERYL L. SEVILLA Fashion Designer 2014
MERRIAM C. PALEYAN Best in Designing Cosplay
ANGELO P. CONCEPCION Best in Designing Cosplay
JOY L. GAYAP Best in Designing Cosplay
CATHERINE B. SERAPION Best in Filipiniana
  Best in Production
  Best in Swim Wear
  Fashion Designer of Filipiniana
  Fashion Designer of Swim Wear
SHEM V. VALENZUELA Fashion Designer of Swim Wear
DOŇA LEA O. MAMARIL Fashion Designer of Filipiniana
MARY JOY M. ELIGIO Fashion Designer of Cosplay and Formal Attire
HAZEL JOY B. DE LUNA Fashion Designer of Cosplay and Formal Attire
JOJEMAR R. DAMIAN Best in Cosplay and Formal Attire
   
OUTSTANDING SERVICE - ACTIVE MEMBERS OF GFD CLUB
MA. TERESA C. CUNTAPAY Burgos, Ramon, Isabela
REYNALDO E. PASCUA San Juan, Aurora, Isabela
ROSALINDA B. VELASCO San Manuel, San Mateo, Isabela
ZENDY M. VICTORIA Marasat Pequeño, San Mateo, Isabela
VENANCIO G. VILLARTA Villa Fuerte, San Mateo, Isabela
   
GFD PRESEIDENT: MARY JOY T. ABLAO
   
NC II PASSERS - CERTIFICATE IN HARDWARE SERVICING
ANJEANETH A. ABLAZA Barangay 4, San Mateo, Isabela
EVERLYN D. ABRAJANO Bagong Sikat, San Mateo, Isabela
GLADEZ G. AGUSTIN Bagong Sikat, San Mateo, Isabela
JENNY E. AMBROCIO Victoria, San Mateo, Isabela
CHRISTIAN P. AMPA Rang-ay,  Cabatuan, Isabela
CRISOLITO G. ANDRES JR. Paraiso, Cabatuan, Isabela
MARK EFRAIM P. BALAGUER Oscariz, Ramon, Isabela
SARO T. BALARBAR Ambatali, Ramon, Isabela
APRIL JANE N. BALMELERO San Andres, San Mateo, Isabela
MARIA JAMAICA A. BANCUYO San Andres, San Mateo, Isabela
MICHAEL ANGELO J. BARBASA Barangay 4, San Mateo, Isabela
CRISANTA V. BASILIO Barangay 1, San Mateo, Isabela
SINAMAR A. BATANGAN Sinamar Norte, San Mateo, Isabela
EMY RUTH R. BENIGNO Malasin, San Mateo, Isabela
RACHEL T. BORJA Sinamar Sur, San Mateo, Isabela
LYKA MAE T. BULATAO Oscariz, Ramon, Isabela
MARINELLE A. CABINTA Sampaloc, Cabatuan, Isabela
ALLAN M. CADIZ Marasat Grande, San Mateo, Isabela
CRIS JEAN B. CALARDE Victoria, San Mateo, Isabela
KATHLENE D. CALAUTIT Estrella, San Mateo, Isabela
ODESSA F. CARIAN Malasin, San Mateo, Isabela
IAN M. CASIBANG Burgos, Ramon, Isabela
ROSE ANN B. CINENSE Sta. Rita, Aurora, Isabela
MA. THERESA N. CLEMENTE San Mateo, Isabela
FRANCIS S. CONSTANTINO Estrella, San Mateo, Isabela
R-JAY D. CONSTANTINO Estrella, San Mateo, Isabela
KENNETH L. CORTEZ Daramuangan, San Mateo, Isabela
MARY ROSE T. CUENCA Marasat Pequeño, San Mateo, Isabela
JESSA MARIE F. DACANAY Barangay 1, San Mateo, Isabela
MARK CHRISTIAN D. DE JESUS San Sebastian, Ramon, Isabela
JONATHAN M. DELA CRUZ Planas, Ramon, Isabela
JULIE ANN I. DELA CRUZ Salinungan West, San Mateo, Isabela
EDGAR R. DIZON JR. Old Centro, San Mateo, Isabela
MELISSA GRACE LYKA D. FERRER Villa Fugu, Aurora, Isabela
ANGELO C. FLORES Old Centro Proper, San Mateo, Isabela
JOHN CARLO F. FLORES Barangay 3, San Mateo, Isabela
LOVELYN C. FUGUIAO Old Centro Proper, San Mateo, Isabela
CHRISTIAN JOHN C. GABBAC San Manuel, San Mateo, Isabela
WILMAR GRACE V. GALAPIA Tandul, Cabatuan, Isabela
JHACKIE LOU E. GAMBOA Marasat Pequeño, San Mateo, Isabela
JUDY ANN R. GAMIAO Mapuroc, San Mateo, Isabela
MELVIN E. GRAGASIN Victoria, San Mateo, Isabela
BRYAN T. GROSPE Barangay 2, San Mateo, Isabela
JOBERT A. HILIS Villa Fuerte, San Mateo, Isabela
JAYMAR O. JUAN Oscariz, Ramon,Isabela
MARK RENIEL D. LABASAN San Miguel, Ramon, Isabela
RICHELLE G. LAMER San Antonio, San Mateo, Isabela
HAZELL JOY P. LATORRE San Ignacio, San Mateo, Isabela
JEAN AIVON M. LEONARDO Ramon, Isabela
FEBIE GAIL V. LLAVORE Villa Fuerte, San Mateo, Isabela
JHONALYN I. LORENZO Tandul, Cabatuan, Isabela
MARK ANTHONY P. LUNA Barangay 1, San Mateo, Isabela
SHIENA MAE L. MADAMBA Sinamar Sur, San Mateo, Isabela
LYRA Y. MANLANGIT Calaocan, Cabatuan, Isabela
JANINE D. MATEO Malasin, San Mateo, Isabela
ROSVIE G. MECATE Daramuangan Sur, San Mateo, Isabela
JOHN RAY C. MELENCION Barangay 3, San Mateo, Isabela
BYROD A. MIGUEL Dagupan, San Mateo, Isabela
GERALDINE MIGUEL Sinamar Norte, San Mateo, Isabela
RICHELLE G. MORGADO Villa Cruz, San Mateo, Isabela
ELOISA MICAH A. MUNAR San Pedro San Pablo, Aurora,Isabela
KRIZZA JOY M. MUNDA Dagupan, San Mateo, Isabela
KRYPTHONE JAYMS C. OBRA Bugallon Norte, Ramon, Isabela
MARITES M. OLIPAS Burgos, Ramon, Isabela
SHIELA MAE C. ORDINARIO San Manuel, San Mateo, Isabela
LESLIE A. PAGADUAN Bugallon Proper,  Ramon, Isabela
MARYJANE M. PARANGAN Salinungan East, San Mateo, Isabela
CESAR G. PASCUA Victoria, San Mateo, Isabela
HAROLD A. PATARAY Victoria, San Mateo, Isabela
EVANGELINE L. PERA Pagrang-ayan, Ramon,Isabela
MARICEL D. PEREZ San Manuel, San Mateo, Isabela
RUBEN T. PIEDAD JR. San Andres, San Mateo, Isabela
JULIET G. PINEDA Barangay 3, San Mateo, Isabela
GEMMA R. QUITORIANO San Antonio, San Mateo, Isabela
HERSHEY MAE C. RAGUNTON Barangay 4, San Mateo, Isabela
JOEY A. RAMENTO Calaocan, Cabatuan, Isabela
MERRY ROSE M. RAMENTO San Antonio, San Mateo, Isabela
ANGELICA  A. RAMIL Bacareña, San Mateo, Isabela
DOROTHY LOU P. RAMONES Old Centro 1, San Mateo, Isabela
JOAN KAREN P. RAMONES Old Centro 1, San Mateo, Isabela
HAREM G. RAMOS Sinamar Sur, San Mateo, Isabela
BERNADETTE KAREN P. REYNO Salinungan East, San Mateo, Isabela
REYGIE C. RIGOR Victoria, San Mateo, Isabela
NOVALYN N. SAET Marasat Pequeño, San Mateo, Isabela
ANGELIE M. SANTIAGO Old Centro, San Mateo, Isabela
ERSON L. SERQUIŇA Barangay 2, San Mateo, Isabela
NOVELYN  A. SERRANO Barangay 3, San Mateo, Isabela
JIMVIE I. SUBIA San Ignacio, San Mateo, Isabela
JANELL T. SUDOY Barangay 4, San Mateo, Isabela
MARVIN N. SUMAOANG Marasat Pequeño, San Mateo, Isabela
JOHN PAUL R. TORRES San Manuel, San Mateo, Isabela
APRIL R. UBALDO Barangay 3, San Mateo, Isabela
MARICON A. VALDEZ San Manuel, San Mateo, Isabela
EDEL CHRISTIAN R. VASQUEZ Malasin, San Mateo, Isabela
FERDINAND R. VASQUEZ JR. Malasin, San Mateo, Isabela
PRECIOUS V. VELASCO San Manuel, San Mateo, Isabela
MARIA JONALENE H. VERANCES Lapaz, Cabatuan, Isabela
LOVELY V. VINGCA Malasin, San Mateo, Isabela
 
     

 

Non-teaching/Supportive Staff

 Facilitative staff taking up advanced degrees

Name of Staff

Degree Pursued

University Where Enrolled Scholarship/Sponsor Expected Date of Completion Other relevant Information(e.g) part time or full time
Reynaldo M. Brutas Doctor in Public Administration Isabela State University-Echague Personal 2015  
 

 

Table :Trainings/ Seminars/Conferences Attended 

Name of Faculty Title of Undertaking Inclusive dates Sponsor/Organizing Agency Level (Institutional, Local, Reg’l, Prov’l or Nat’l)
Reynaldo M. Brutas SUC Financial Executives February 11-13, 2013 SUC – FinEx Inc. National
 

Year Students during the TESDA NC II – Hardware Servicing Actual Examination
The BSIT 3rd Year Students during the TESDA NC II – Hardware Servicing Actual Examination held at SICAT, Santiago City on March 17, 2013 which revealed a 100% passers

The Practice Teachers during the Final Demonstration
THE FINAL DAY! The Practice Teachers during the Final Demonstration with the Adviser and Program Chair awarding Certificate of Recognition to Cooperating Teacher

No. of graduates during the 2014 commencement exercises

COURSE TOTAL
   
I. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  (B.S.I.T.) 16
   
II. BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (BSEd) 13
      MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS  
   
III. BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL TEACHER EDUCATION (B.T.T.E) 3
      MAJOR IN GARMENTS, FASHION AND DESIGN  
   
IV. CERTIFICATE IN HARDWARE SERVICING 7
   
V. CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 53
   
VI. BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL TEACHER EDUCATION (B.T.T.E) - LADDERIZED  
      MAJOR IN ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY 15
      MAJOR IN ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY 6
      MAJOR IN GARMENTS, FASHION AND DESIGN 13
GRAND TOTAL 126
 

        Performance in Licensure/Board Examinations. Highlight programs/ courses with marked/exemplary/impressive performance in licensure examinations. Present the trend in the last 3 or five years.

       The result of the board examination for the BSE Mathematics manifests an improving rating. In the recently concluded Licensure Examination for Teachers it garnered a passing percentage of 29.41 which above the National Passing Percentage.

 Other reports which you deem are worthy for inclusion

  • Active participation of student organization in sponsoring programs and activities
  • Deployment of Practice Teachers and Field Study to LFG High School, San Mateo Comprehensive High School, Salinungan National High School and San Mateo National High School supported with Memorandum Of Agreement
  • Faculty and Staff are obliged to do research and extension
  • Participation in LGU Programs and Activities

Activities initiated or supported by the University and services provided for the students (trainings, conferences, competitive activities participated in)

 Title of Trainings/Conferences Students Involved*

Sponsor/ Hosts &

Venue

Inclusive Dates Remarks
1st Isabela Artists Workshop Selected Student Provincial Government June 14, 2013
Transform Young Leaders Convention SSC President Davao City September 20-23, 2013
1st Youth Cooperative Forum BSE 2 students Provincial Coop., City of Ilagan October 2, 2013
Symposium on Health Issues All Students Provincial Health Office, City of Ilagan December 10, 2013
Symposium on Government Issues All Students LPGMA Party List, Cauayan CityPACSA, Teachers Camp November 5, 2013
PACSA SSC Officers Baguio City November 23-26, 2013
Journalism Seminar The Reflecor Staff ISU Echague

 

  List of scholarship and number of beneficiaries per college per campus (2013)

Scholarship Classification 2nd Sem, SY 2012-2013) Specific Name  of Scholarship*

Source of Fund/sponsor

(if external)

Specific program supported (if any) No. of recipients/beneficiaries
1st Sem, SY 2013-2014 2nd  Sem, SY 2013-2014 Total
1.  Institutional
      a. Academic College Scholar University 4 4 8
      b. Non- Academic Socio Cultural Scholar University 24 24 48
SSC University 1 1 2
2.  External (w sponsors)
     a. Academic
     b. Non-academic LPGMA Politician 51 59 110
BROE Politician 316 258 574
VP-Binay Politician
Cong. Napoleon Dy Politician 35 35
OWWA Government Agency 1 1 2
BODA 2 1 3

 

Other support services for student development

      There are five Student Assistant deployed in the Office of Student Services, Cashier and Supple Office, HRMO, Library and Administration Office

COURSE TOTAL
I. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  (B.S.I.T.) 16
II. BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (BSEd) 13
      MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS
III. BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL TEACHER EDUCATION (B.T.T.E) 3
      MAJOR IN GARMENTS, FASHION AND DESIGN
IV. CERTIFICATE IN HARDWARE SERVICING 7
V. CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 53
VI. BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL TEACHER EDUCATION (B.T.T.E) - LADDERIZED
      MAJOR IN ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY 15
      MAJOR IN ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY 6
      MAJOR IN GARMENTS, FASHION AND DESIGN 13
GRAND TOTAL 126

 

Faculty Profile and Development

Faculty taking up advanced degrees

Name of Faculty Degree Pursued University Where Enrolled Scholarship/Sponsor Expected Date of Completion Other relevant Information
Larry B. De Guzman Doctor in Public Administration Isabela State University-Echague Campus Personal March, 2015
Rosalie C. Leal Doctor in Public Administration Isabela State University-Echague Campus Personal March, 2015
Edwin C. Lazaro Ed.D. Ind’l. Ed Mgt Marikina State College Personal March, 2015

 

 

Trainings/ Seminars/Conferences Attended (Related to field of Specialization/Program Offerings of the College where the faculty belongs)

  

Name of Faculty Title of Undertaking Inclusive dates Sponsor/Organizing Agency Level (Inst’l, Local, Reg’l, Prov’l or Nat’l)
Bernadette Bagalay and Rosalie C. Leal 34th Annual PACSA Convention November 23-26, 2013 CHED and PACSA National
Kelvin Kris Gonzales National NSTP Capabilities Enhancement Training July 29-3 2013 TUP

National

Rosalie C. Leal 2nd National Multidisciplinary Research Conference April 30-May 2, 2014 UNP National
Prof. Edwin Lazaro; Fely T. Corpuz, Rosalie C. Leal & Kelvin Cris Gonzales 1st International Conference 2014 February 5-7, 2014 SPU International

 


Research

 

Prof. Rosalie C. Leal presented her research paper entitled “Assessing The Levels Of Stress Experiences Among Students”during the National Multidisciplinary Research Conference held on May 22- 24, 2013 at University Northern Philippines, ViganIlocos Norte

 


Extension
Title of Extension Activity LGU/Municipality Involved No. of beneficiaries/ clientele served No. of faculty involved & college of affiliation Remarks (i.e. result or impact of the activity)
e-Learning for Teachers (Adopt-A-School)DepEd San Mateo South District Schools 50 5 Department of Information communication Technology Accomplished/Finished
Computer Literacy Adopt a-School: San Mateo East Central School 40 5 Department of Information communication Technology Accomplished/Finished
Livelihood Training Program

(Adopt-a-barangay)

Villa Fuerte, San Mateo, Isabela

75 Teacher Education Department Accomplished /Finished
e-learning for Teachers – Phase 2: Seminar –Workshop in Integrating Educational Software in Teaching & Learning (Adopt-a School) Seven (7 schools of San Mateo North District School 32 DICT Accomplished /Finished
         

 

Career campaign were conducted to feeder high schools
A room to room campaign were conducted as one way of career strategy to those high schools which do not have a Multi-Purpose Hall
Powerpoint or Video Presentation were made to attract students to enroll in ISU
Some high schools conducted Career’s Day with Parents and speakers were came from San Mateo campus

ALAY LAKAD 2013 sponsored by LGU San Mateo, March 16, 2013.

GRADUATION PROGRAM. Graduation Program held on April 2, 2013 with Gov. F.Dy as Commencement Speaker represented by. Hon. Napoleon Hernandez.

INDUCTION PROGRAM. Hon. Arnel U. Ty as Inducting Officer with Vice Mayor Roberto C. Agcaoili and Vice President Edmundo Gumpal during the Induction Ceremony of the newly Elected SSC and Alumni Officers held on April 1, 2013

The 35 Years of Excellence. The San Mateo Faculty in the celebration of Founding Anniversary held at ISU Echague campus on June 10, 2013. Among the highlights of the program is giving Plaque of Recognition to Dr. Leon M. Gonzales (Loyalty Award – 40 years of Excellence Service); Dr. Betchie E. Aguinaldo and Rosalie C. Leal (Research Awardees)


Production

 

Production/Income Generation

Income from businesses managed by the University

Income-Generating Projects/Enterprises* Net Income (June 2013 – April 2014)      
 Rental/Service Income        
    Rental and other Services 25,746.00      
 Grand Total        
 

 


History

 

ISU San Mateo on its 34thyear of existence

Betsie Manaligod-dela Cruz

Rosalie Cabico-Leal 

        The Isabela State University – San Mateo campus proudly stands at its new location after 20 years of stay at the Barangay Hall. San Mateo campus stands on a ground that was once an agricultural land owned by generous Col. Andres D. Damian. Although it is not big campus as its mother campus, it houses a family of teachers and students, who have brilliant minds and creative hands in achieving excellence in Instruction, production, research and extension.

         ISU San Mateo campus has gone long in its effort to work for the betterment of the students. At 34thyear ISU San Mateo remains steadfast in its mission of giving quality education.

         It is a fact that ISU – San Mateo has never been spared of problems in its commitments to uphold quality education and instruction including services. However, it has surpassed the test of time with its capacity for survival that even in the midst of constant change of societal demands and challenges; it has proven its competence as proven by the result of the recent celebration of its silver founding anniversary.

        ISU San Mateo remains open to more complex challenges in sustaining high standard education.

The San Mateo Vocational and Industrial School which started in 1976 had a two-year Technical College Department which consequently became the nucleus of the Isabela State University San Mateo Campus in pursuant of Section 15 of Presidential Decree 1434.

         In P.D. 1434, President Ferdinand E. Marcos established the Isabela State University (ISU), the first in Region 02, on June 10, 1978 by merging the Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) atCabagan, the Isabela tate College of Agriculture (ISCA) at Echague and the absorption of college courses from the Isabela School of Arts and Trades (ISAT) in Ilagan, Roxas Memorial Agriculture and Industrial School (RMAIS) in Roxas and San Mateo Vocational and Industrial School (SMVIS) in San Mateo and Jones Rural School, Jones, Isabela. 

         Upon the creation of ISU-San Mateo, Mr. Francisco Juan, the SMVIS School Administrator, was appointed as the Officer-in-Charge followed by Prof. Sotero G. Martin as the first appointed Campus Head (1979-1982); Prof. Avelina L. Domingo, Chairman (1982-1987); Dr. Jose C. Domingo, Chairman (June 1987-1996); Dr. Avelina L. Domingo (1996-May 31, 2002); Prof. Quirino G. Lucas, Campus Executive Director (June 1, 2002-August 2005); Dr. Dr. Reynaldo L. Raymundo, Campus Executive Director (August 2005 – December 3, 2008); Prof. Dalmacio G. Leaño – December 4, 2008 – June 30, 2008; and Dr. Leon M. Gonzales, Campus Administrator (July 2008 to present).

         In 1980 through the generosity of Barangay Capt. Hardy B. Lintao, the University occupied temporarily the Mother Craft Center and the Pre-Fab Building of Brgy. San Andres as its Library and classrooms respectively until such time that the University was transferred to a portion of lot number 2085- F TCT 141877 with an area of 1.2 hectares located at National Highway San Andres, San Mateo,Isabela in 1999. The lot was donated by the lateCol. Andres D. Damianthrough the initiative of the administration of Dr. Avelina L. Domingo 

         At present, the University offers academic courses namely: Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (Degree and Ladderized) with major fields of specialization in Garments Technology, Food Technology, Electrical Technology, Applied Electronics Technology, Drafting Technology, Foods Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Degree and Ladderized), Bachelor of Science in Agriculture ( First two-years), Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science, Bachelor in Secondary Education, two-Year courses like Computer Secretarial and Computer Programming.

         The University’s management is peopled by effective and efficient faculty and staff. Work forces include 1 Professor V, 2 Associate Professor V, 1 Associate Professor II, 2 Assistant Professor IV, 1 Assistant Professor III, 1 Assistant Professor I, 3 Instructor I, 7 Contractual Instructor I, 1 Part-Time Instructor, 3 Support Staff members, 1 utility worker, and 3 security guards. 

         From its humble beginnings, the growth of ISU-San Mateo Campus has been phenomenal. It has provided quality education to students not only from San Mateo but also from nearby towns like Ramon, Cabatuan, Aurora, San Manuel, Quezon, and other towns in Mountain province and Kalinga. It is hoped that it will continuously bring to life the dreams of our people to be educated and be educated well.

HUMBLE BEGINNING

          Isabela State University – Echague Campus (Main Campus) started with 4 – room academic building and home economics building in compliance of the Compulsary Education  Act (American Regime - December 1918)

It is a farm school – the Echague Farm School 

As enrolment increases more infrastructure were gradually constructed in 1935

1928 – the farm school converted into a rural high school 

1946 – the farm school was named Isabela Agricultural High School

1952 – It was renamed Rural High School 

1960 – again it was renamed Echague Agricultural and Forestry School

1963 – earned the status of an agricultural school in the region

LEGAL BASES 

                House Bill 2866 (Seventh Congress of the Philippines ) filed the conversion of EchagueAgricultural and Forestry School into a state college. The bill was approved by the Lower House or April 17, 1972 and passed by the Senate on May 30, 1972

     PD 1434 – established the Isabela State University, the first in Region 02, on June 10, 1978 by merging Cagayan Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) at Cabagan, the Isabela tate College of Agriculture (ISCA) at Echague and the absorption of college courses from the Isabela School of Arts and Trades (ISAT) in Ilagan, Roxas Memorial Agriculture and Industrial School (RMAIS) inRoxas and San Mateo Vocational and Industrial School (SMVIS) in San Mateo and Jones Rural School, Jones, Isabela.

     PD 1437 complemented PD 1434 – Echague Campus is the seat of the administration

     CHED Memorandum Order No. 18 s 1999 – integration of CHED Supervised Institution 

-     the first to be integrated was Cauayan Polytechnic College

-     in the 2002 three CIS’s integrated into the system namely; Delfin Albano Memorial Institute in San Mariano; Roxas Memorial and Industrial High School (RMAIS) with ISU RoxasCampus and Angdanan Agro-Industrial College (AAIC).

-     SantiagoCampus – New Campus

At present there are ten campuses of Isabela State University

ISU SAN MATEO CAMPUS

Administrators

Mr. Francisco Juan – appointed as the OIC upon the creation of ISU San Mateo Campus 

Prof. Sotero G. Martin  - First appointed Head (1979 – 1982)

Dr. Avelina L. Domingo – Chairman (1982 – 1987) 

Dr. Jose C. Domingo – Chairman (June 1987 – 1996)

Dr. Avelina L. Domingo – Campus Executive Director (1996 May 31, 2002)

Prof. Quirino G. Lucas -  Campus Executive Director (June 1, 2003 to August 2005)

Dr. Dr. Reynaldo L. Raymundo, Campus Executive Director (August 2005 –  December3, 2008)

Prof. Dalmacio G. Leaño – Campus Administrator (December 4, 2008 – June 30, 2008)

Dr. Leon M. Gonzales, Campus Administrator (July 2008 to present).

  • 1980 - San Mateo campus occupied temporarily the Mother Craft Center and the Pre-FabBuilding of Brgy. San Andres through the generosity of Brgy. Capt. Hardy B. Lintao as its library and classroom respectively
  • 1999 – the late Col. Andres D. Damian donated a portion of lot number 2085 - FTCT 141877 with an area of 1.2 hectares located at National Highway San Andres San Mateo, Isabela through the initiative of the administration of Dr. Avelina L. Domingo
  • February 1999 – groundbreaking of the new site and a 2.5 M building was established on its new site to house students for S.Y. 2001 – 2002

     At present, the University offers academic courses namely: Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (Degree and Ladderized) with major fields of specialization in Garments Technology, Food Technology, Electrical Technology, Applied Electronics Technology, Drafting Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor in Secondary Education, two-Year courses like Computer Secretarial and Computer Programming.

     The University’s management is peopled by effective and efficient faculty and staff. Work forces include 1 Professor V, 2 Associate Professor IV, 3 Assistant Professor IV, 1 Assistant Professor II, 5 Instructor I, 7 Contractual Instructor I, 4 Support Staff members, 1 university physician, 1 dentist, 1 driver, 1 utility worker, and 3 security guards.

PRESENT TIMES

     The ISU San Mateo campus under the previous and present administrations of Prof. Sotero G. Martin as the first appointed Campus Head (1979-1982); Prof. Avelina L. Domingo, Chairman (1982-1987); Dr. Jose C. Domingo, Chairman (June 1987-1996); Dr. Avelina L. Domingo (1996-May 31, 2002); Prof. Quirino G. Lucas, Campus Executive Director (June 1, 2002-August 2005); Dr. Dr. Reynaldo L. Raymundo, Campus Executive Director (August 2005 – December 3, 2008); Prof.Dalmacio G. Leaño – December 4, 2008 – June 30, 2008; and Dr. Leon M. Gonzales, Campus Administrator (July 2008 to present) pursue every avenue for the welfare and development of the University. To realize this, it forges stronger linkages with the local government, non-governmental organizations and industry sector. The alumni of the school are also reliable sources of assistance.

     The University worked with former Governor, Faustino S. Dy, Jr. for the two-classroom building which at present is being occupied by Garments Technology and Drafting Technology students. Other projects courtesy of Hon. Faustino G. Dy, III, Congressman of the 3rdDistrict were the painting of school buildings, donation of 150 bags of cement and corrugated bars for the construction of pathways. Just recently, Cong. Dy approves 250,000 - 300,000 Php to purchase one (1) service vehicle. The concreting of a multi-purpose pavement at the same time utilized as Basketball court at the back of ISU grounds was funded by Department of Agriculture and Local Government thru the initiative of Hon. Roberto C. Agcaoili, Sr., the Municipal Mayor. Tangible projects like construction of pavement, pathways and Multi-Purpose Pergola was funded by Governor Maria Gracia Cielo Padaca, Hon. Ramon M. Reyes, the Vice Governor of Isabela and Mayor Roberto C. Agcaoili respectively. Other facilities that help respond to students’ clamor and thirst for quality education include fully air-conditioned library with a growing number of collection, (two) 2 fully air-conditioned computer laboratories with upgraded computers, concreted pathway, soon to-finish covered walk, and classroom are with ceilings.

    Moreover, new infrastructures like two - storey academic building, Multi-Purpose Hall, PTCA Building and Cong. Napoleon S. Dy classroom are in its near completion. The realization of the said projects was funded by the provincial government under the leadership of Gov. Faustino G. Dy and funds of Cong. Napoleon S. Dy respectively.

     The campus offers several scholarships and assistance programs to deserving students to cultivate academic excellence and facilities access to quality education. Scholarship Programs include Entrance Scholarship, University Scholarship, College Scholarship, Athletic Scholarship, Student Publication Scholarship, Socio-Cultural Scholarship, Faculty and Employee Dependents’ Assistantship, Cultural Minority Scholarship, SSC/SBO Scholarship, Agriculture related Courses and Forestry Scholarship, National Government Scholarship/Study Grants (Bojie Rodito Opportunities for Education, Vice President Binay, Cong. Napoleon S. Dy, LPGMA, OWWA), Private Grants, Student Assistantship, BODA/BOA/SK Scholarship and Municipal Scholar.

     The ISU’s years of quality education at a lower cost bears fruits as its graduates passed various board examination.

     As shining pillar of excellence ISU San Mateo prepares its students to face the “real world” through its on-the-job training programs, which are reinforced by forging tie-ups with reputable companies.

     Aware of the needs of the “Iskolar ng Bayan” to be exposed to diverse activities inside and outside the campus, they are encouraged to showcase their beauty, talents and skills in different competitions. These largely contribute to their development and personal growths. Needless to say, these talented students’ have contributed their humble share in putting San Mateo considerably prominent on the map of Isabela.

     ISU San Mateo Literary contestants in Essay Writing, “Pagsulat ng Sanaysay”, Story Telling and quiz bowl team is a formidable champion in the Inter University Sports and Socio-cultural Meet beating all other ISU campuses making San Mateo campus represent ISU systems in regional and national competitions. The ISU San Mateo Buffleheads Pep Squad is the undefeated two-time champion in the ISU System cheerleading competition, Champion during the 32ndRegional Milo Marathon Cheerdance Competition last September 28, 2008; Champion during the 61stFounding Anniversary Cheerdance competition of San Mateo, Isabela.

     Moreover, they actively participate in community-based activities, like those Alay LakadProjects, and extension programs, which include skills and livelihood trainings of Barangay folks in Electronics Technology, Electrical Technology, Foods technology, Garments Technology and Computer hands-on. Included also in its commitment to the community are feeding programs, and tree planting. ISU San Mateo also genuinely supports RA 9003 otherwise known as Ecological Solid Waste Management.

     From its humble beginnings, the growth of ISU-San Mateo Campus has been phenomenal. It has provided quality education to students not only from San Mateo but also from nearby towns like Ramon, Cabatuan, Aurora, San Manuel, Quezon, and other towns in Mountain province and Kalinga. It is hoped that it will continuously bring to life the dreams of our people to be educated and be educated well.

 


CoursesOffered

 


Organizations

 

  • Supreme Student Council
  • Junior Philippines Computer Society
  • Christian Brotherhood International
  • Philippine Society of Education
  • Garments, Fashion and Design Club
  • Reflector

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Isabela State University
San Mateo Campus
 
Contact Details:
Office of the Campus Administrator
Phone Number: 078 323 0997
 
Address: SAN ANDRES, SAN MATEO, ISABELA

 

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