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NSPC registration fee payment until Jan 10
by DepEd release

The Department of Education reminded schools participating in this year’s National Schools Press Conference to pay their registration fees until Jan. 10.

The DepEd, through the Bureau of Curriculum Development (BCD), will conduct the 2019 National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) with the theme, “Fostering 21st century skills and character-based education through campus journalism,” from Jan. 28 to Feb. 1 in Lingayen, Pangasinan.

Pursuant to DepEd Memorandum167, s. 2018 supplemented by DepEd Memorandum 197, s. 2018, DepEd will allow each public and private school participant included in the official list of delegation to pay a registration fee of P4,000 chargeable to the School Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE)/local/regional funds or the school’s campus journalism fund.

Check payments should be deposited on or before Jan. 10 to the Schools Division Office of Pangasinan I account at Landbank Lingayen branch.

Subject to the approval of the 2019 national budget, the registration fee of all participants will be reimbursed by the region/division to be downloaded by the DepEd central office.

A fund transfer of P2,100,000 is necessary for the host division to cover the costs of trophies, medals, certificates/tokens, supplies and materials, rehabilitation of the billeting quarters, board and lodging, conference materials, rental of equipment/ vehicles, payment of utilities, and other related expenses.

The DepEd fully supports all Filipino campus journalists, and strives to equip them – through the NSPC – not just with skills and competencies, but also with the values and experiences they need to help them realize their full potentials.


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