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30 November 2009 by [G] GEMRocafort

The College of Development Communication (CDC) had one of its highest enrollment rates since AY 2005-2006. This, the CDC Office of the College Secretary (OCS) confirmed after the two-week registration period (November 3 to 19, 2010) for the second semester.Based on the OCS data, 609 out of the expected 636 students or 95.75% enrolled this semester. This year's second semester enrollee turnout is the highest in five years. Academic Year (AY) 2005-2006 recorded a 91.59% enrollment rate. Academic ...
22 November 2009 by JFVKasilag (Web Team)

A Nation of Heroes is a book writing project, the output of which is a collection of 50 stories of heroism (including profiles of the heroes) during and after the typhoons Ondoy, Pepeng, etc. The stories will be written ...
30 September 2009 by MJLCantong

Noelle Cassandra, Asia%u2019s only harpist, singer, and songwriter visited CDC as a guest of Radyo DZLB%u2019s Pinoy Sounds last September 7 and 9.Pinoy Sounds is a program hosted by Mark Lester M. Chico, an instructor from the Department of Development Broadcasting and Telecommunication (DDBT), that airs during Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 to 10 am. Mr. Chico was accompanied by another DDBT instructor Aletheia G. Canubas and Juvy N. Gopela, ...
30 September 2009 by VJRElla

The seminar entitled "Public Relations in Development Organizations," marked the third and last of the Department of Development Journalism (DDJ) Seminar Series for the semester. The seminar was held on September 17 at the CDC Lecture Room 1.Ms. Lily L. Tallafer, the Networks and Linkages Coordinator of the SoutheastAsian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), was the resource ...
30 September 2009 by LDEPadilla

One hundred and sixty-one School-on-the-Air (SOA) participants from various parts of Laguna did not let Ondoy%u2019s wrath keep them from receiving their Certificates of Graduation on September 28 and October 3 at the College of Development Communication (CDC) Lecture Room 1.The breakdown of the 161 students are as follows: 70 for small food businesses; 41 for establishing cooperatives; and 50 for backyard gardening. They were equipped ...