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PROGRAM PROPOSAL ON THE ADOPTION OF INSTITUTE TYPE OF PROGRAM CLUSTERING AND DEPARTMENTALIZATION
This is a sample proposal for the adoption of a new organizational framework for a university to enhance effectivity and efficiency in public service.
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PROGRAM PROPOSAL ON THE ADOPTION OF INSTITUTE TYPE OF PROGRAM CLUSTERING AND DEPARTMENTALIZATION I. Executive Summary The University, according to Newmann, is “a seat of wisdom, a light of the world, a minister of faith, an Alma Mater of the rising generations. Newmann’s words are as true as today as when it was uttered. Administrators, faculty, personnel and students recognize this herculean but sublime responsibility. The University, whose faculty, staff and students form part of the country’s indispensable manpower, will be expected to provide proactive leadership in helping the community to cope with, adjust to, and profit from conditions of dynamic change. Given that its fiscal resources are substantially drawn from the public purse, our Campus cannot adopt a passive, reactive role to the challenges being faced by the country. To do so would provide no assistance, much less leadership to its community, and allow significant opportunities for the University's own ...
... functions delegated to them. There are a number of coordinators along different areas: research, extension, IGP and Auxiliary Services, Sports, Student Services, NSTP, Physical Plant and Facilities, OJT and Placement, IPPRO, Accreditation and LET Review, Campus Planning and PRO, Alumni Relations, etc.
The Office of the Registrar, Guidance and Counseling, Library, Supply and Accounting as operational units maintain a line staff of their own.
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