CHED Mimaropa evaluates Colegio De Naujan’s application for additional courses

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Mimaropa has conducted an evaluation at Colegio De Naujan (CDN) for the institution’s application to offer two additional courses.

CHED Regional Director Atty. Joselito Alisuag said the evaluation was part of the institutional monitoring process to grant CDN an initial permit for the proposed major courses in Computer Hardware and Servicing, as well as Welding and Fabrication under the Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education (BTVTEd) program.

Accompanied by representatives from the Regional Quality Assessment Team, Alisuag inspected the facilities of the institution to assess its readiness to offer the new courses.

Following the inspection, the CHED chief met with Mayor Henry Joel Teves and College Administrator Dr. Donato Bueno to discuss further details of the application.

Teves and Bueno expressed their hopes for the school’s successful approval, as it would greatly benefit the youth of Naujan in achieving their educational plans.

The potential addition of Computer Hardware and Servicing, as well as Welding and Fabrication courses, reflects CDN’s commitment to providing relevant and industry-aligned programs to its students.

These courses are expected to equip graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the rapidly evolving fields of technology and vocational education.

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