Issue of June 10, 2018
     
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NCIP–CAR invites Ips to avail of vacant scholarship slots
by Rocky Ngalob

The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples-CAR is inviting senior high school graduates to avail of its college scholarship program.

Regional Director Roland Calde said there are 600 slots available for IP youth in the region.

Calde said the requirements to avail of the grant have been streamlined to make it more accessible for the students.

Student aspirants only need to submit their latest grades or their enrollment form if already enrolled; Certificate of Conformation from the NCIP; latest income tax return or Certificate of Tax Exemption of parent; and a duly-accomplished application form.

Application forms are available at NCIP community service centers.

Calde said documents required from the applicants will be used to determine if they are from an indigent family, if they are indeed indigenous and if they perform well in their scholastic obligations.

Calde said applicants should have an average grade of 80 percent.

The application form, along with the documents should be submitted to the NCIP Community Service Center near their area.

The list of applicants will be forwarded to the NCIP provincial offices for screening and ranking.

From the provincial office, rankings will be endorsed to the NCIP-CAR to be deliberated by the Regional Scholar Committee.

If the number of vacant slots cannot accommodate the number of applicants, the Committee will include some of them in the “wait” list.

The wait list and the master list of scholars will be forwarded to the NCIP en banc for approval.

In cases when scholars during the semester opt to discontinue or fail to maintain scholastic requirement, students from the waiting list may take over their slots.


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