The Department of Science and Technology – Regional Office No. I (DOST-RO1), through its Regional Director Dr. Armando Q. Ganal, announces the orientation and signing of scholarship agreements for new DOST scholars under the Junior Level Science Scholarships (JLSS) on February 3, 2017, 8:00 AM at the DOST-1 Audio-Visual Room, DMMMSU Mid-La Union Campus, City of San Fernando, La Union.
The 24 JLSS qualifiers, students who are enrolled in DOST-accredited colleges/ universities in La Union, are invited to attend the said orientation seminar and contract signing, accompanied by their parents or legal guardian with the following requirements:
1. Photocopy of 2 valid ID cards (back and front);
2. 4 pcs. 1” X 1” colored picture (with white background wearing semi-formal attire);
3. 2017 Community Tax Certificate or current passport of Parent/Legal Guardian;
4. Notarized affidavit of guardianship or special power of attorney (if accompanied by legal guardian);
5. Notarization Fee of Php 200.00;
6. Black ballpen;
7. Clear photocopy of Certificate of Enrolment/Registration for the First and Second Semesters of AY 2016-2017;
8. Certified true copy of grades for the First Semester, AY 2016-2017; and
9. Original copy of the Official Receipt for payment on tuition and other school fees, for reimbursement.
Below is the complete list of the 2016 JLSS Qualifiers from La Union:
|No.||LAST NAME||FIRST NAME||MIDDLE NAME|
|8||DE GUZMAN||ROBIN ACE||TORRENTE|
|9||DE VERA||HANNAH MAE JEAZEL||CLORES|
The JLSS is a scholarship program implemented by the Department of Science and Technology - Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) by virtue of Republic Act No. 7687 or the “Science and Technology Scholarship Act of 1994”, Republic Act No. 10612 or the “Fast-Tracked S&T Scholarship Act of 2013”, and the DOST Merit Scholarship Program. JLSS scholars will enjoy a 2- to 3-year S&T scholarship and are entitled to subsidy in tuition fee and other school fees, monthly living allowance, book allowance among others, effective First Semester of AY 2016-2017.
The implementation of the JLSS supports the goal of the DOST-SEI to substantially increase the number of scientists and engineers needed to boost economic productivity and knowledge creation in the country.