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Awarding of the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines 2017 – CALABARZON Region

The awarding for the CALABARZON Region leg of the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) was held today at 9AM in the picturesque Occasions Garden, Lima Park Hotel, Malvar, Batangas. To celebrate the event with the 12 Regional finalists are their families, TOSP officers and alumni, sponsors and members …

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Who will be the WOWBatangas Campus Crush for the Month of January?

WOWBatangas Campus puts the spotlight on students who are being admired for their good looks, talents, and worthwhile endeavors in and out of the institution. With that comes the search for WOWBatangas Campus Crush – a monthly competition for college students who possess pleasing personalities and well, a bonus of …

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WOWBatangas Campus, the Newest Online Tambayan is Here!

WOWBatangas takes pride on young leaders and talented ones who dare to share their skills and their own selves for the betterment of a group they belong to. We had the opportunity to tap some college students from various colleges and universities around the province. This was through our latest …

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Classes Opening Resched to June 15

The Commission on Higher Education had set the opening of classes of colleges and universities on June 8 but because of the threats of H1N1 virus, colleges and universities here in Batangas will have the opening of classes next week, June 15. This move is to prepare colleges and universities …

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Batangas State University (Formerly known as Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology or TRADE)

HISTORY Batangas State University was established on 1903 as a Manual Training School, aimed of training male youth for gainful occupations particularly woodworking under the leadership of the American Mr. Sheer, the first school principal. Other succeeding principals follows. This includes Messrs. Schartz, Zacarias Canent, Isaias Maclang and Nad Pascual …

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