Issue of September 8, 2019
Mt. Province
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City dad eyes college ed financial support
by PIO release

Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan proposed the creation of a college education financial assistance grant program for indigent students.

Under the proposed ordinance, a financial assistance grant of P6,000 will be given to students every semester per school year, who excel academically in schools in the city.

The ordinance proposed for the creation of a “Baguio City scholarship council” composed of all members of the city council, the City Budget Officer, City Social Welfare and Development Officer as members and the vice mayor and the mayor, as vice chair and chair, respectively.

The committee shall be primarily tasked to implement the college education financial assistance grant program.

Olowan proposed that a scholarship committee in every school shall be created and composed by the council within three months after the approval of the proposal.

The proposal tstaes that all applications for scholarship shall be submitted to the Baguio City scholarship council through the Office of the Mayor, which shall make the evaluation, screening and selection, in consultation and coordination with the concerned scholarship committee, pursuant to the provisions of the measure and its implementing rules and regulations.

The scholarship committees in the schools shall be tasked to help the council in recommending, screening, evaluating and selecting all students qualified  for the program.

Olowan proposed the appropriation of P10 million under the 2020 annual budget of the city government, which shall be increased by P5M annually upon the discretion of the mayor.

Pending the creation and composition of the scholarship committee in every school, the council shall do the screening, evaluation and selection of the beneficiaries.

The proposed ordinance added that the implementing rules and regulations shall be formulated by the committee on education, culture and historical research.

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