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BSWM Conducts Ocular Inspection for Potential Funding of Agricultural Facilities at RNIT

The Bureau of Soil and Water Management (BSWM) conducted an ocular inspection to validate agricultural facilities of Romblon National Institute for potential funding under the National Rice Program.

The primary focus of the inspection was to assess the eligibility of RNIT as recipients of the Mechanical Shredder and Rotary Composter.

Accompanying the BSWM on this visit was Rodel Galindez, Agricultural Technologist, a representative from the Municipal Agriculture Office (MAO) of Alcantara Local Government Unit. The validation team was led by Daniel Cayabyab, Project Assistant III, and alongside him were BSWM personnel Hazelle Dawn Y. Perez, Dondy F. Diokno, Mark Angelo F. Forcadas, and Joselito Galicia.

The BSWM validators were assisted by RNIT staff members, including Felipe S. Gado, Overall Farm Manager, Joysedyll M. Fajutanao, Vocational Instruction Supervisor -Designate, Madonna Abegail G. Matre, Agricultural Crops Production and Organic Agriculture Production Trainer, and Jheraldin V. Villan, Farm Focal.

The collaborative effort during the validation process showcased a commitment to enhancing agricultural practices. The result of this inspection is eagerly anticipated, with the BSWM aiming to announce their findings tentatively in June 2024.

Blueprint for Triump: A Symphony of Strategic Planning

Romblon National Institute of Technology carried out its Strategic Planning with the theme "Towards Excellence and Sustainability" on February 25 at Nivana Spa and Resort in Looc, Romblon. Officer-in-Charge Anna Christina C. Martinez extended a warm welcome to everyone and expressed gratitude for the accomplished targets in 2023.

Engr. Lynette M. Gatarin, Acting Provincial Director of TESDA Romblon, also thanked the RNIT personnel for a job well done. She emphasized the significance of communication and transparency and at the same time encouraged all RNIT faculty members to continue their studies and engage in continuous professional education for their personal ang professional development.

Jenette G. Fetalvero, Administrative Officer IV, led a re-echo session on the amended Omnibus Rules on Appointments and Other Human Resource Actions. Additionally, Romestan G. Fernandez, Instructor II, delved into the topic of Strengthening the Data Privacy Act and Data Protection in TESDA.

The presentation on action planning proceeded as Joysedyll M. Fajutnao, Assistant Professor III, elaborated on the Calendar of Activities for 2024. This was followed by Ma. Dianne Lu L. Galicia, Assistant Professor III, who provided insights into Research and APACC.

During the presentation, Perry Joy G. Magante, Instructor III, shared valuable insights on MRTOP and Assessment. Following this, Prenz Jumer B. Lota, Assistant Professor I, addressed the topics of EBT/CBT and the STAR Program.

Melanis Baldea presented her plans for the Diploma Program, followed by Jheraldin V. Villan's discussion on UTPRAS and her plan of actions for the Farm. Madonna Abegail G. Matre covered the topic on Green TVET and the Mini-Organic Farm, while June Ryan G. Fuentes provided insights about FEMU. Melanie P. Mendoza shared information about the Employment Program during the session.

June Fely R. Vestido outlined her plans for the writing workshop, while Anna Christina C. Martinez discussed into the Institutional Development Plan for 2024 - 2028.

In her closing remarks, Joysedyll M. Fajutnao expressed hope for achieving the goals set for 2024 through effective teamwork.


"TESDA is conducting the 2023 Study on the Employment of TVET Graduates (SETG)"

An annual tracer study designed to gather information about the graduates' employment, feedback on programs, curricula teaching, and assessment, which will aid in the formulation of relevant policies and enhancement of programs.

Survey Period is until December 2023

Graduates will be randomly contacted via mobile phones and/or email. Kindly answer a few questions from our representatives. We appreciate your feedback!

RNIT Celebrates 53rd Founding Anniversary

"An organization, no matter how well designed, is only as good as the people who live and work in it."

Romblon National Institute of Technology (RNIT) started the day with a Mass officiated by Rev. Fr. Ethelbert F. Magbata, February 17. Rev. Terence F. Fabicon reminded everyone to trust the process as we all have our crosses to carry and we have to endure them to make us stronger.

The opening program started with the Officer-in-Charge, Anna Christina C. Martinez, warmly welcoming the attendees. She thanked the retirees for their unfaltering love for the institution, TESDA Romblon and PTC Romblon for always supporting RNIT in each and every endeavour. Teary eyed, she thanked Joysedyll M. Fajutnao, Vocational Instruction Supervisor I, Human Resource Designate and Planning Focal for a job well done through the four-day event. Richard Rose, trainee in the 3 year Diploma Program in Mechanical Engineering Technology serenaded everyone with his beautiful voice.

Dra. Riza G. Pamorada, Mayor of the Municipality of Alcantara warmed our hearts with her hopeful words of inspiration. The Provincial Director of TESDA Romblon, Engr. Amir M. Ampao gave his ever unfaltering commitment to serve the province through technical education and training. Certificates of Appreciation and Tokens were given to the speakers as well as those who made the event possible: Felipe S. Gado (Assistant Professor III) , Melanis Baldea (Instructor I), Ma. Dianne Lu L. Galicia (Instructor I) and Prenz Jumer B. Lota (Instructor I).

Certificates of Training and tokens were also awarded to the employees, retirees and stakeholders who attended the Skills Development Training.

The climax of the event is the walk in the past wherein all the retirees reminisced their time as a personnel in the institution. Some may be not as good, but most of their time here was the fruitful and the happiest. With their efforts and hard work in the past lies the foundation of the present and the continuous evolvement in the future. A sumptuous feast followed.

To top off the 53rd Founding Anniversary, RNIT faculty, staff and trainees were able to know more about the heart and mental health awareness. Municipal Health Officer Dr. Jobin G. Maestro, PHASE, together with seven (7) medical student observers from Child Family Health International Global Health Internship Program from Chicago, Kentucky and Kansas Medical Schools discussed about hypertension, its signs and symptoms, causes and risk factors and what to do to avoid contracting this silent killer disease. They also taught about a way to meditate to clear anxiety and to engage to casual conversations, exercise and eat healthy whenever feeling down.

The event was a success with the outstanding teamwork and dedication of the RNIT Family.

RNITians Dance their Way to Staying Fit

The celebration of the 53rd Founding Anniversary of Romblon National Institute of Technology did not only involve developing the skills of the staff by conducting trainings for the past few days but, also, by engaging the employees and students in establishing a healthy body through physical fitness activities. As proof, a Zumba Dance was conducted on February 16, 2023, through the efforts of Mr. Prenz Jumer B. Lota, (Instructor I/PE Instructor), who led the steps to be followed of which the attendees of the activity actively took part. Soon after the Zumba Dance, Mr. Nomer F. Galario (Job Order Trainer), together with the students of the 3-year Diploma Program, prepared a light serving for the soup kitchen. Furthermore, the activity wouldn't have materialized without the presence and participation of Ms. Anna Christina C. Martinez, Officer-in-Charge and Vocational Instruction Supervisor I, Mrs. Joysedyll M. Fajutnao, who showed their full support as they danced and grooved until the music stopped.

RNIT Conducts Skills Training for Retirees, Stakeholders

"Cherishing the past, Celebrating the present, Committing to the future"

is the theme of the 53rd Founding Anniversary of Romblon National Institute of Technology. Thus, through the invitation to our retirees, we cherish what they built in the past which we enjoy at the present as we commit to excellent technical vocational education and training for our stakeholders.

The Skills Development Training for the Retirees and Stakeholders highlighted Day 2 of the celebration. Nine (9) were trained in Cupcake and Brownies Making under the supervision of Ms. Melanis Baldea (Instructor I), 10 in Sardines and Papaya Pickles Making and Calamansi Nip Processing with Ms. Ma. Dianne Lu L. Galicia (Instructor I), Mrs. Elna L. Baldea (Former Officer-in-Charge and Retired Assistant Professor IV) and Mr. Joseph R. Coching, (former Instructor III and Senior TESD Specialist of the Provincial Training Center Romblon) as trainers, and 10 passed the Practical Driving Course (PDC) who were assessed by Mr. Felipe S. Gado, (Asst. Professor III).

The training became a venue for not only learning a recipe or two but to remember the years that have gone by. The retirees commended Ms. Anna Christina C. Martinez, MAED, Officer-in-Charge and the faculty and staff for putting up this kind of event. They were able to have a breath of fresh air and made conversations and catching up with their once colleagues.

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An institution that nurtures the total development of the Filipino youth, rich in knowledge, competent in their skills and imbued with positive attitude and work-values; whose program and services reflect the needs of its clientele and that of the greater community it servers; a school that is student centered enabling them to grow into producing, responsible, and loving individuals.

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