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Republic of the Philippines

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES


QUEZON CITY BRANCH

PUP VISION
Clearing the paths while laying new
foundations to transform the Polytechnic
DIPLOMA IN OFFICE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
University of the Philippines into a reputable
academic, intellectual and professional
Student Trainee Plan
epistemic community which is critically
aware of itself and its social environments in
and through which the university as
community is entangled, situated and
contextualized. The plan includes among others, the description of the following:
PUP MISSION
Reflective of the great emphasis being given
I. INTRODUCTION
by the country’s leadership aimed at
providing appropriate attention to the
The Diploma in Office Management Technology (DOMT) is a 3-year
alleviation of the plight of the poor, the
development of the citizens, and of the
ladderized program integrated with the principles of computer and office
national economy to become globally
competitive, the University shall commit its
management. The DOMT is a ladderized program leading to BS degrees,
academic resources and manpower to TESDA National Certificate and PRC licensure.
achieve its goals through:
1. provision of undergraduate and graduate Upon completion of two semesters, the student undergoes summer
education which meet international
standards of quality and excellence; practicum program to perform office management skills in a reputable
2. generation and transmission of
knowledge in the broad range of disciplines
company/organization preferred by the student. During the practicum
relevant and responsive to dynamically program, the student intern is assigned to different areas and venues, while
changing domestics and international
environment.
the company/organization as host training establishments (HTEs), the
3. provision of more equitable access to students are given a actual work experience in various departments that may
higher education opportunities to deserving
and qualified Filipinos.
be determined and mutually agreed by the University and the HTE or the
4. Optimization, through efficiency and student trainee.
effectiveness, of social, institutional, and
individual return and benefits derived from
the utilization of higher education II. GOALS/OBJECTIVES
resources.
The exposure to different work situations is provided to enable the
PUP QC GOALS student trainee experience and observe the practical application of theories
 Effective curriculum that promotes learned in the school.
arts, science and research-based
education At the end of the internship program, the student should be able to:
 Harmonious relationship between the 1. Identify key positions in the industry and related operation to their
administration, faculty, non-teaching
personnel and students, by
corresponding tasks and responsibilities;
considering the culture academic 2. Define the standard operational procedure in each of the department
excellence and academic freedom in
the institution.
assigned;
 Competent university personnel and 3. Identify and operate equipment, facilitate and lay-out design in each of
student leaders, to sustain quality
standard education
the department assigned
 Graduates that are globally 4. Perform required skills and techniques necessary in the execution of
competitive in their chosen fields and
responsive to the community needs.
operational procedure of the assigned tasks in accordance with the
existing workplace, health and safety standards; and
5. Analyze and evaluate operational procedure in each assigned task and
BRANCH OFFICIALS
recommend any appropriate course of action to be taken to improve
Prof. Edgardo S. Delmo procedures. The student may conduct an action research, upon
Director
permission of the company /organization, to support recommendation
Prof. Doris B. Gatan or a suggested action plan.
Academic Program Head
Prof. Demelyn E. Monzon
Head, Student Affairs & Services
Prof. Edgardo S. Delmo
III. REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAM:
Administrative Officer
Prof. Cleotilde B. Servigon A. List of documents for the student internship program as
In-charge, Registration & Accounting
Prof. Cherrylyn Esparagoza stipulated in the CHED Memorandum Order
Admission Officer
Prof. Irynne P. Gatchalian
Collecting & Disbursing Officer B. Orientation and Briefing
Prof. Marilyn F. Isip After the application period, orientation and pre-OJT seminar
Research Coordinator
Dr. Caroline T. Sumande shall be set. Training expectations, guidelines, rules and regulations, course
Accreditation and SHS Coordinator requirements shall be discussed. An open forum or a regular discussion with
Ms. Melanie F. Bactasa the student trainee provides a venue for clarification on certain issues. The
Guidance Counselor
Dr. Melissa P. Sarrapudin representative of the Host Training Establishment (HTE) may address these
Medical Doctor
Dr. Rossana A. Ulep
concerns while the trainee is at their respective workplace in coordination with
Dentist the practicum coordinator or a representative may be invited to share their
insights, expectations and experiences during the University’s culminating
activity for HTEs.

PUP QC Branch, Don Fabian St., Brgy. Commonwealth, Quezon City


(Direct Line) 2878204; website: commonwealth@.pup.edu.ph
“THE COUNTRY’S 1 POLYTECHNICU”st
Republic of the Philippines
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
QUEZON CITY BRANCH

PUP VISION
Clearing the paths while laying new
foundations to transform the Polytechnic C. Student Trainee Contract
University of the Philippines into a reputable
academic, intellectual and professional A student trainee (internship contract) as provided by CHED Memo
epistemic community which is critically
aware of itself and its social environments in 104, s. 2017, is signed by the student trainee, the University and the Host
and through which the university as
community is entangled, situated and Training Establishment (THE). This agreement identifies the student trainee’s
contextualized.
tasks and some policies regarding the program.
PUP MISSION
Reflective of the great emphasis being given D. Performance
by the country’s leadership aimed at
providing appropriate attention to the The culmination of the training program is the evaluation of the student
alleviation of the plight of the poor, the
development of the citizens, and of the trainee’s performance. The evaluation should contain the task and period it
national economy to become globally
competitive, the University shall commit its was given to the student, the student outcomes, ratings and signature of the
academic resources and manpower to
achieve its goals through: cooperating supervisor/mentor. The evaluation form will be provided to the
1. provision of undergraduate and graduate
education which meet international HTE two weeks before the end of the training period.
standards of quality and excellence;
2. generation and transmission of
knowledge in the broad range of disciplines E. Certification
relevant and responsive to dynamically
changing domestics and international
A certification with the logo of the company/organization is issued to
environment. student trainee after the completion of the designated number of hours. This
3. provision of more equitable access to certification bears the seal, signed by the authorized representative of the
higher education opportunities to deserving
and qualified Filipinos. Host Training Establishment (HTE).
4. Optimization, through efficiency and
effectiveness, of social, institutional, and
individual return and benefits derived from
the utilization of higher education
resources.
Should the company/organization accept the student trainee, this student
PUP QC GOALS
trainee plan must be returned and signed by the supervisor/mentor assigned
 Effective curriculum that promotes
arts, science and research-based
by the company/organization.
education
 Harmonious relationship between the
administration, faculty, non-teaching
personnel and students, by
considering the culture academic
excellence and academic freedom in
The company accept Mr/Ms. _____________________________________ ,
the institution. student of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Quezon City Branch
 Competent university personnel and enrolled in the Diploma in Office Management Technology program.
student leaders, to sustain quality
standard education
 Graduates that are globally
competitive in their chosen fields and
responsive to the community needs.

BRANCH OFFICIALS
__________________________________
Prof. Edgardo S. Delmo
Director Assigned Supervisor/Mentor In-Charge
Department/Office of ____________________________________________
Prof. Doris B. Gatan
Academic Program Head Contact Number: ____________________
Prof. Demelyn E. Monzon
Head, Student Affairs & Services
Prof. Edgardo S. Delmo
Administrative Officer
Prof. Cleotilde B. Servigon
In-charge, Registration & Accounting
Prof. Cherrylyn Esparagoza
Admission Officer
Prof. Irynne P. Gatchalian ___________________________________
Collecting & Disbursing Officer Sheryl R. Morales
Prof. Marilyn F. Isip DOMT Practicum I Coordinator
Research Coordinator
Dr. Caroline T. Sumande PUP Quezon City Branch
Accreditation and SHS Coordinator Contact Number: 0939 2475648
Ms. Melanie F. Bactasa
Guidance Counselor
Dr. Melissa P. Sarrapudin
Medical Doctor
Dr. Rossana A. Ulep
Dentist

PUP QC Branch, Don Fabian St., Brgy. Commonwealth, Quezon City


(Direct Line) 2878204; website: commonwealth@.pup.edu.ph
“THE COUNTRY’S 1 POLYTECHNICU”st