1st Metro Davao Ready Reserve Battalion partners with DNSC

The 1 MD RRBn partners with Davao del Norte College which has spearheaded the research and conservation project for the last fourteen (14) years more or less and acted as guardian of more than (3,000) giants clams.

The 1MD RRBn re- echoes the need to rally behind the “taklobo” which unfortunately, is listed in the 2004 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species with all species also listed in CITES (Conservation on International Trade of Endangered Species of Flora and Fauna).

The adoption of the “SAVE OUR SHORES TAKLOBO CONSERVATION AND ECO- TOURISM PROJECT” at the DNSC Marine Reserve Park in the Island Garden City of Samal was formalized by 1st Metro Davao Ready Reserve Battalion (1MD RRBn) as means to actualize its mission of environmental protection and preservation.

As partners, the 1MD RRBn pledged to support the environmental advocacy of the College in whatever means and ways appropriate and necessary.

20th Charter Day Celebration and Investiture of the 3rd DNSC President

Davao del Norte State College celebrated its 20th Charter Foundation last February 11- 14, 2015 with the theme “Building Human Capital for ASEAN 2015 and Beyond”. The celebration commemorated the humble beginnings of DNSC where the toil of the visionaries and leaders were given account in its endeavor towards making DNSC a premier institution in Davao del Norte. Moreover, the celebration recollected the milestones of the pioneering years that formed Davao del Norte State College.

DNSC soars the heights of excellence in unprecedented way and it continues to pursue remarkable accomplishments in the field of research and extension services, advanced studies instruction and progressive leadership in education, arts and sciences, fisheries and other field.

In its journey towards achieving its goals and fulfilling its mission, DNSC looks forward to facing the challenges of the future as it prepares the institution as a whole in the ASEAN Integration 2015.
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DNSC joins the nation of celebrating 114th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary

DNSC employees join the whole Philippines in celebrating the 114th Civil Service Anniversary last Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at the DNSC Gym with the following queued activities: short program, laro ng lahi, and ball games.
During the program, Dr. Jonathan A. Bayogan, the College President, gave a talk that centers on this year’s theme: “Tapat na Serbisyo Alay Ko, Dahil Lingkod Bayani Ako. It was then followed by the community singing of the Civil Service Hymn and DNSC Hymn right after the other. Professor Reir Erlinda Cutad, OIC-HRMO of the College, led the group in reciting wholeheartedly the “Panunumpa Ng Kawani Ng Gobyerno” with their right arms raised. After a while, the faculty singing group known as “IAS Sessionistas” moved all the audience to sway their hips to their danceable songs. The Institute of Education’s “The Legacy” also rendered a heartbreaking and inspiring rendition of the song “Manggagawa” as popularized by Asin.

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