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1WEBSITE FOR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
In the contemporary world, technology influences many aspects of human life. It is perceived to be difficult living in a community where technology is not resent Indeed most eole’s daily tass are facilitated trou utilizing its develoment ic is secifically desined to tailor individuals’ identified needs Those needs are what are being considered by researchers and inventions. Similarly, the proponents of this study, aimed to resolve problems associated with internship programs. iv e eneral oective of te study is to develo a esite for Internsi roram ecifically, tis system is aimed at imrovin te eistin manual process of compiling documents of compa...
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Aranas, John Ray B.
Bianzon, Mhayprilyn Claire P.
Dimaculangan, Edcel G.
Dote, Chrisalyn E.
20162016
2STUDENTS’ ATTENDANCE MONITORING SYSTEM FOR BATSTATEU-ROSARIO
The systems development study entitled “Students’ Attendance Monitoring System for BatStateU-Rosario” was mainly designed for the students and instructors of BatStateU-Rosario. This system helps to automate the existing manual attendance monitoring of students. It will be helpful to the instructor in monitoring the students’ attendance easily and to the parents in determining whether their children attend or miss the classes. iv The Students’ Attendance Monitoring System for BatStateU-Rosario was developed to automatically monitor the time in and time out of the students in the classroom. It has an SMS notification feature that sends a t...
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Buisan, Harley M.
Eleosida, Romie Ross T.
Pulgado, Ronit A.
20162016
3Solar-powered Rice Vending Machine
Innovations in technology result to greater chances in the improvement of the world’s economic and industrial state. These improvements help increase production rate of goods as well as provide better services for people. Technological inventions contribute to several areas and these help lessen the time and effort exerted during work. One of the technological inventions that people really appreciate is having a vending machine. Vending machines are electronic machines that are used to disperse beverages and snacks items when customers deposit a certain amount of money into the machine. The money is accepted by a currency validator and provides various pr...
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Beredo, Norman Jake L.
Bugarin, Ronald R.
Chavez, Genesis Joshua A.
Cordero, Rosemarie B.
20162016
4Power Chainsaw Generator
The general objective of this study project development study was to develop a Power Chainsaw Generator. Itwas designed to supply electricity in case of power interruption. This may use power small appliances with low wattage when there was an emergency or power interruption. The constructed project was focused on generating electricity that will become useful for everyone. This project produces electricity by converting mechanical energy to electrical energy. The project and its background presented that the project was generally designed to achieve effective and helpful way of generating electricity. It also help solve problems towards unexpected power int...
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Almarez, John Earl M.
Mauhay, Rayven L.
Millare, Sthanniel L.
Torrano, Gilbert A.
20162016
5PORTABLE TRAINER FOR AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
The main objective of the study is to develop a Portable Trainer for Automotive Electrical System that will help the students enhance their knowledge and skills regarding the automotive electrical wiring apart from merely conducting laboratory activities. The project was constructed using locally available materials such as galvanized tube stand, trainer table frame, plastic glass and automotive electrical system parts. The prototype has undergone tests such as voltage drop test with the result of zero voltage drop, durability test with maximum weight the support can withstand and endurance test which assure that the movable parts are lubricated and easy to ...
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Christian Willy D. Baggao
Glenn P. Belena
Beldwin Jesus M. Coloma
20162016
6Personal Computer Diagnostic Application
The general objective of the study is to create a “Personal Computer Diagnostic Application”. Specifically, this project aimed to help technicians and computer users to diagnose and to troubleshoot computer hardware failures easily. It can also be useful as an instructional material in teaching concepts related to computer maintenance and troubleshooting. The researchers considered related studies and other references in developing the program. Android Studio is used in developing the project. The programming language used is Java which is built-in with the application.This project development study was created to tailor the needs of the user in terms of...
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Braga, Ernie L.
Hernandez, Jezelle E.
Tarras, Kenneth P.
20162016
7MULTI-FEATURED TOUCHPAD
The main objective of the project was to develop a multi-featured touchpad that can innovatively address the problems of most instructors. It is composed of the touch screen, improvised system unit and the pen. This touchpad can help improve the quality of presentation and teaching performance. It can be useful in order to have an interactive learning classroom which is one of the concerns of every presenter. The Multi-Featured Touchpad is intended for the students and faculty to have their effective presentation. This touchpad can lessen the burden of both students and faculty. Hence, it can provide them opportunity to deliver their lessons with less distra...
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Gonzales, Mark Lawrence A.
Plata, Patrick Ellymhyr M.
Ronquillo, Nedielyn P.
20162016
8LOW-COST BREATHALYZER
The main objective of the project is to design and construct a low-cost breathalyzer that can detect the level of alcohol intoxication of a drunk person. This project is composed of Gizduino AT Mega328P version 5 microcontroller, MQ-5 Gas sensor kit, mouthpiece, and built-in power bank. To measure a person’s alcohol intoxication, he/she must blow air to the breathalyzer’s mouthpiece. Using LEDs as indicators of the device, the user can determine whether the person is drunk or not. He/she can also determine whether the person has a low or high presence of alcohol in his/her bloodstream. The device’s mouthpiece must always be replaced after every test co...
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Castillo, LeonyBhel I.
Javier, Melanie C.
Veyra, Jayson A.
20162016
9Heat-Powered Charger for Low Voltage Devices
Electricity is one of the most important energy today. Life in modern society is almost totally depending upon its availability. Big and small industries utilize this kind of man-made energy to give service to the consumers since electric power is very much needed by everyone. Thus, renewable energy is a more attractive alternative to electricity generation, asit will also provide a cleaner environment for future generations. In the world today, there are many great solutions to renewable energy, but some are unfeasible. In this proposed project, a device has been created to introduce a way for humans to create renewable energy using thermoelectric devices. ...
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Almarez, Bryan Jay S.
Coloma, AljonRenz C.
Manalo, Jan Reensie Z.
Ramos, Arjel T.
20162016
10FOUR SPEEDMANUALTRANSMISSION TRAINER
The study developed a Four Speed Manual Transmission Trainer that is especially designed to help students enhance their learning regarding transmission and to help automotive instructors upgrade the quality of their instruction. With the use of locally available materials such as AC Motor, angle metal bars, sheet metals, and four speed manual transmissions, the construction of the prototype was made possible. The transmission was mounted on the left part of the seat to make it easier for shifting gears. The developed prototype was able to demonstrate shifting of gears and illustrate clutch operations. After a series of test, the prototype was improved throug...
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Jonathan C. Galac
Jojo D. Guno
Jud Francis D. Tapay
Jose C. Vega
20162016
11FILE AND WI-FI HOTSPOT COMPUTER
The general objective of the research is to construct a File and Wi-Fi Hotspot Computer. This prototype presents an easy and efficient way to share files with windows to windows-based device. It will be helpful to the students in searching files, downloading documents, and getting installer. To the instructor, it provides for easier, faster and more reliable way of transferring files; storing presentation; and reducing time for getting files from other computers. This device can be accessed by laptop or Android phones with application. It is 4.5 feet high with a iv width of 2.2 feet. It is red in color considering aesthetics and the color of the C...
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Mylene P. Gutierrez Kurt Domnic O. Mari John Kenneth M. Robles20162016
12EASY FOLD CAR COVER WITH ALARM SYSTEM
study entitled an “Easy Fold Car Cover with Alarm System” was aimed in protecting vehicles from dusts, dents, dings, scratches and UV radiations. It is designed not only to protect the car from harmful elements but also to ensure the security of the vehicle. The mechanism is automatically controlled that is operated by remote control. With the use of locally available materials such as DC motor (wiper motor) which serves as the electrical device that operates the forward and reverse rotation of the rope; the stainless which serves as the frame of the prototype and the battery which serve as main energy source, the prototype was made possible. The develop...
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Alexis G. Alday
Emerson R. Barbosa
Jaynel D. Alegria
Melnard R. Bilaro
20162016
13ARDUINO-BASED HUMAN HEIGHT AND WEIGHT MEASURING DEVICE
Technology is the fruit of people’s unquenchable thirst for convenience and progress. Various improvements in human height and weight measuring instruments have emerged over the time. Improvements focus on how accuracy and convenience can be executed using the technology present in the modern world. The only problem is, oftentimes, as the device gets more efficient and convenient, it gets more expensive. Addressing this problem, Arduino Technology seems to be the answer. With the aid of Arduino technology, the development in the presently available height and weight measuring instruments is significant because it can help conserve the time and efforts exer...
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Adrian C. Andal
Justin H. Buisan
Edzel C. Gutierrez

20162016
14ANDROID PHONE BULLETIN APPLICATION
The general objective of the project is to design an Android Phone Bulletin Application. The project was designed to help the students be informed about the information of the university. The proponents considered different stages to complete the project; system planning, system designing, implementation, debugging, testing, evaluation, maintenance and improvement of the system. They provided the software and hardware requirements of the project. They considered the objectives for the project. The performance of the project is presented by its iv functionality, user interface design, economy, efficiency, security, and portability. The proponents co...
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John Jonathan B. An Rose Ann P. Carandang Nikko A. Dote Paul John A. Reyes 20162016
15WELDING BOOTH
The study developed a welding booth that can help in improve the quality of the teaching and learning process. With the use of locally available materials such as the exhaust fan which serves as a fumes extractor and cooling system; the tinted glass window which provides opportunity for students to view the welding process; and the bench vise which serves as gripping tools that can help in perform welding inside the booth. The developed prototype is capable of extracting hazardous welding fumes. It was rated excellent by the respondents which include licensed and experienced welders, employees of auto body shop, automotive instructor, NC passer and students....
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Raffy V. Ramos, Jervy M. Santiago, and Angelo A. Vergara 20162016
16WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN LIPA CITY, BATANGAS
This study entitled Working Capital Management Practices of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Lipa City Batangas sought to determine the business profile of small and medium scale enterprises in terms of nature of business, type of business ownership, asset size, number of years in operation and number of employees. Also, it aimed to determine the working capital management in terms of its components such as cash management, accounts receivable management and inventory management. Likewise, identify the significant relationship between the business profile of small and medium scale enterprises and its working capital. In addition, the study used differen...
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keywords: Working Capital, practices, SME's
Ilao, Cyril M., Quintao, Angelica D., Ramos, Ellen C. 20162016
17HE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE OF BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITYSAN JUAN AND ROSARIO CAMPUSES: AN ASSESSMENT TOWARDS WORK IMPROVEMENT
This study sought to determine the Organizational Culture of Batangas State University District-IV campuses: An Assessment towards Work Improvement. Specifically, this study identified the profile of the respondent’s age, sex, civil status, educational attainment, employment status and length of service; the assessment from the faculty members and administrative staff that have been derived and affects the organizational culture in terms of organizational communication, management team, work group, organizational relation and organizational change. Also, it deemed to understand the significant relationship between organizational culture and the re...
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Datinggaling, Marimar B., Gutierrez, Queen Marie B., and Lopez, Jane Paul M. 20162016
18THE HYGIENE FACTORS AND ITS EFFECTS ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF EMPLOYEES OF SELECTED PRIVATE HOSPITALS IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS
This study sought to determine the hygiene factors and its effect on organizational commitment of employees of selected private hospital in Rosario Batangas. Specifically, it determined the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of age, gender, civil status, educational attainment, employment status and length of service. It also revealed the hygiene factors in terms of salary, working condition, interpersonal relationship and kind of supervision and the effects on organizational commitment of employees. In addition, it sought to determine the significant difference between demographic profile of the respondents and the hygiene factor and the relati...
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keywords: Hygiene factors, effects, organizational commitent
Asi, Shermaine S., Leynes, Dayaronna D., and Salcedo, Noemi A.20162016
19SOURCES OF FINANCIAL INFORMATION AS INDICATORS OF SME’s FINANCIAL POSITION IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS
The study assessed the sources of financial information as indicators of SMEs financial position in Rosario, Batangas. Particularly, it determined the business profile of the respondents in terms of nature of business, size of business, annual income, forms of ownership and number of years in operation. It also aimed to determine the significant role of financial information to Small and Medium Enterprise (SME’s). It revealed the significant relationship between the variables as well as it resulted to a matrix that can be recommended to Small and Medium Enterprise (SME’s) in Rosario, Batangas. In order to further understand and improve its decision makin...
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keywords: Sources, Financial Information, SME's
Almario, Janelle C., Baccay, Justin A., and Giray, Jessalyn B.20162016
20SIGNIFICANCE OF EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP TO EMPLOYEES OF SELECTED ESTABLISHMENTS IN ROSARIO,BATANGAS
The study sought to determine the significance of employer- employee relationship to employees of selected establishments in Rosario, Batangas. Specifically it aims to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, employment status and term of employment. Also to assess the respondents with their relationship on their employer with regards to selection and engagement, payment of wages, power of dismissals and employer’s power to control employees. It also sought to determine the significant difference between respondents’ assessment on the significance of employer- employee relationship when grouped according to profile as well as to ide...
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keywords: Employee-Employer, Relationship
Diongson, Mary Rose V., Manigbas, Judy Ann D. and Talamisan, Maizy Klaire M.20162016
21ROLE OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT TO THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF RTW INDUSTRY IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS
This study was conducted to know the role of working capital management to the financial management practices of Ready-To-Wear industry in Rosario, Batangas in terms of cash management and inventory management. Specifically, it aimed to determine the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status and educational attainment at the same time the business in terms of number of years in operation, annual income and capitalization. Moreover, it also sought to identify to what extent the researchers perform their working capital management in terms of cash management and inventory management. In addition, it sought to determine t...
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keywords: Working capital, financial management
Evangelio, Mae Anne C., Roallos, Judy Ann B., Villena, Jayson R.20162016
22ROLE OF CREDIT POLICY AND ITS EFFECT ON CASH FLOW MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF COOPERATIVES IN IBAAN, BATANGAS
This research study entitled Role of Credit Policy and its effect on Cash flow Management System of Cooperatives in Ibaan, Batangas has a great impact in assuring that there’s a good organizational relationship in terms of credit policy and cash flow management system. Researchers tend to analyze this study to help the cooperatives to depict problems regarding the proper way of handling credits as to wise allocation of its resources. It specifically aimed to determine the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of years of existence, number of members, capitalization, and type of multi-purpose business engagement. The respondents assesse...
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keywords: Credit policy, effects, cashflow management
De Chavez, Joy Ann R., Diokno, Japet R., and Linatoc, Frenalyn L.20162016
23“PERCEIVED WORK-ENGAGEMENT THROUGH RETENTION STRATEGIES OF EMPLOYEES IN PHOENIX PETROTERMINALS AND INDUSTRIAL PARK CORP. (PPIPC), IN CALACA, BATANGAS"
This study sought to determine the perceived work- engagement through retention strategies of employees in Phoenix Petroterminals and Industrial Park Corp. in Calaca, Batangas. Specifically, it aims to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, education, employment position, employment status and length of service; factors affecting retention strategies in terms of company image, leadership, learning opportunities, and performance, recognition and rewards. It also sought to determine the perceived importance of retention strategies with accordance to commitment, motivation, and organizational citizenship. Also, to determine the s...
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keywords: Work engagement, retention strategies, employess
Blay, Carine P., Dellosa, Mary Joy B., and Matibag, Angelica Joyce D. 20162016
24“PERCEIVED IMPACT OF MOBILE BANKING TO PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF BANCO DE ORO CLIENTS IN ROSARIO BATANGAS BRANCH
This study sought to determine the perceived impact of mobile banking to personal financial management of Banco De Oro clients in Rosario Batangas. Specifically, it aimed to determine the significant relationship between mobile banking services and personal financial management encountered by clients. It also aimed to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, and civil status, the financial transaction involved in mobile banking which are the payment of bills, fund transfer and balance inquiry and how it affects to personal financial management in terms of savings, expenses and investment. The researchers used the descriptive f...
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keywords: impact, mobile banking, personal
Calinisan, Mary Grace A., Hiyas, Princess Camille V20162016
25PERCEIVED EFFECT OF HUMOR TO THE ORGANIZATIONAL OUTCOMES OF FACULTY AND STAFF IN BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DISTRICT IV CAMPUSES
This study sought to determine the perceived effect of humor to the organizational outcomes of faculty and staff in Batangas State University, District IV. Specifically, it aimed to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status, level of academic degree, employment status and years in service; the humor style of the respondents being affiliative, self-enhancing, aggressive and self-defeating; the effect of humor to the desired organizational outcomes in terms of group cohesiveness, communication, reduce job stress, creativity and leadership; and determine the significant difference between the respondents humor style and their d...
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keywords: Percieved effect, Humor, Faculty and Staff
Aranas, Kenneth A. Malaguit, Mico S. and Zara, Joi April D.20162016
26 IDENTIFIED POTENTIAL STRESSORS AS CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO BEHAVIOR RELATED STESS SYMPTOMS OF BPO’S CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES IN LIPA CITY
This study entitled “Identified Potential Stressors as Contributing Factor to Behavior Related Stress Symptoms of BPO’s Customer Service Representatives in Lipa City” aimed to determine the respondents’ demographic profile in terms age, sex, educational attainment, employment status, salary and length of service; the respondents’ potential source of stress in relation to organizational factors in terms of task demand, role conflict, role overload, role ambiguity and interpersonal demand; the respondents’ potential source of stress in relation to of family and economic problem. Also, this study is conducted to determine the potential stres...
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Evaneglio, Grace Ann B., Mendoza, Mark Ray M., and Tolentino, Nerizza E.20162016
27FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF SELECTED RURAL BANKS IN DISTRICT IV OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
The study sought to determine the Financial Sustainability of Rural Banks in District IV Batangas Province. Specially, it aimed to determine the demographic profile of rural banks in terms of number of depositors, number of year in operation, number of employees and the sources of funds; and the assessment of rural banks financial sustainability in terms of financial and strategic planning, income diversification, sound administration and finance, and own income generation. It also aimed the significant relationship between the profile of the rural banks and its financial sustainability. The researchers used the descriptive survey form of research be...
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Amor, Jerlie C., De Claro, Alexis T. and Sanchez, Mariz A.20162016
28FINANCIAL CHALLENGES ENCOUNTERED BY SELECTED MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISES IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS
The study assessed the financial challenges encountered by selected Micro and Small Enterprises in Rosario, Batangas. Specifically, it determined the profile of the respondents in terms of nature of business, capitalization, types of business ownership, number of employees and number of years in operation. It also aimed to determine the significant role of financial challenges to Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs). It revealed the significant relationship between the variables as well as it resulted to a matrix that can be recommended to Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) in Rosario, Batangas. In order to further understand and improve its decision m...
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Castillo, Gabriel G., Espinili, Carla Mae T. and Guico, Cristy B.20162016
29EMPLOYER’S FEEDBACK ON THE GRADUATES OF THE CABEIHM AT BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY ROSARIO”
This study sought to determine the employer’s feedback on the performance of graduates in CABEIHM at Batangas State University Rosario. Specifically, it aimed to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status and educational attainment; the respondent’s perception on the performance of the CABEIHM graduates in terms of communication, human relation, problem solving, entrepreneurial skill, critical thinking and information technology; the employer’s expectation towards to their job performance in terms of timeliness, quantity, quality and initiative. It also aimed to determine the significant relationship between the respond...
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keywords: employer, feedback, performance, skills
Camtan, Jubilyn K., Carandang, Cynthia A., and Maniebo, Joanne A20162016
30EFFECTS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS TO THE APPROPRIATE UTILIZATION OF PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM (4P’S)-CASH ASSISTANCE BY THE RECIPIENT IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS
This study sought to determine the effects of Socio- Economic Status to the Appropriate Utilization of Pantawid Pamliyang Pilipino Program (4P’s)- Cash Assistance by the Recipient in Rosario Batangas. Specifically it aimed to present the Socio- Economic Status of household recipient of 4P’s as to their household information, health information, and environmental sanitation information and how the socio- economic status of the respondents affects the appropriate utilization of cash assistance with regards to health, nutrition benefits, education and other household expenditures. It also aimed to determine the significant relationship between the effects o...
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keywords: Socio Economic Utilization, 4p's
Garcia, Gerald D., Hermidilla, Leslie Mariz R., and Magadia, Leah T.20162016
31EFFECTS OF GOAL SETTING ON EMPLOYEES INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE IN SOROSORO IBABA DEVELOPMENT COOPERATIVE (SIDC), SOROSORO, BATANGAS
This study sought to determine the effects of goal setting on employee’s individual performance in Sorosoro Ibaba Development Cooperative (SIDC), Sorosoro, Batangas. Specifically, it aimed to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status,educational attainment, status of employment and length of service; the effect of goal setting on employee’s individual performance in terms of specificity, challenging goals, goal commitment and self-efficacy. It also aimed to determine the significant relationship among the respondents, as well as to identify the action plan recommended to SIDC to improve employee’s individual performanc...
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keywords: Goal Setting, Employee, SIDC
Artista, Jessa R., Esguerra, Diosa D.20162016
32EFFECTS OF CREDIT CARD TOWARDS PERSONAL FINANCES OFSELECTED INDIVIDUAL CARD HOLDERS IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS
This study sought to determine the effects of credit card utilization on personal finances of selected individual card holders in Rosario Batangas. Specifically, this aimed to present the respondents’ demographic profile in terms of age, sex, civil status, occupation, educational attainment and monthly income. It aimed to assess how credit card affects personal finances of individual holders in terms of income, spending, savings, and planning, budgeting and risk management. Further this also determined the significant relationship between the effects of credit card usage of the respondent when they were grouped according to the demographic profile,...
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keywords: Effects, Credit Card, Selected Individual
Buctuan, Joseph Christian L. Libunao, Charlene A. Sedaria, Rosyl G.20162016
33CONSTRAINTS ENCOUNTERED IN LOAN AVAILMENT BY ENTREPRENEUR OF SELECTED MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISES IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS
This study sought to determine the constraints encountered on loan availment by selected entrepreneurs of MSMEs in Rosario, Batangas. Specifically it aimed to determine the demographic profile of enterprise in terms of nature of business, capitalization, number of years in operation and average annual income. Likewise the profile of enterprise in terms of age, sex, civil status and educational attainment and also the loan profile in terms of nature of loan, terms of loan, amount of loan availed and sources of loan. Lastly, the respondents’ assessment on the performance of loan officers in lending institutions in terms of service orientation initiat...
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keywords: Constraints, Loan Availment, SME's
BENEDICTO, MARK ANTHONY R. FLORES, KYELENE S. ILAGAN, GENESIS ANNE D. 20162016
34CAPITAL AND CREDITMANAGEMENTAS CONTRIBUTINGFACTORSTO FINANCIAL STRATEGIESOFLENDINGINSTITUTIONS INROSARIO,BATANGAS
This study sought to determine the contribution of capital and credit management as contributing factors to financial strategy in lending institution in Rosario, Batangas. Particularly, it aimed to determine the demographic profile of lending institution in terms of their capital and credit management. It also aimed to determine the significant relationship between the capital management as contributing factors in lending institution’s financial strategy when group according to profile and also determine significant relationship between the credit management as contributing factors in lending institution’s financial strategy when group according to profi...
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keywords: Capital and credit management, Financial Strategies, Lending Institution
BANAIRA, SHERYNMIE F. MONTALES,JESSICA JOY G. UNTALAN, ARNIE CLAIRE E.
20162016
35“ASSESSMENT ON THE SERVICE QUALITY OFFERED BY SELECTED FAST FOOD CHAIN IN LIPA, CITY”
The study entitled assessment on the service quality offered by selected fast food chain in Lipa, City, aimed to determine of the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status, occupation and income. Moreover, it sought to determine the service quality of the selected fast food chain in terms of reliability, responsiveness, assurance, tangibles and empathy. Furthermore, it aimed to determine the significant relationship in the service quality offered by the selected fast food chain when grouped according to its profile. The study used descriptive method of research that covered all collection of data through distributions of question...
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keywords: Assessment, Service Quality, Food Chain
Furto, Estefanie R., Guno, Noriel G., and Veyra, Jereck A.20162016
36“ASSESSMENT OF SCOUT TRAINING ON THE JOB PERFORMANCE OF POLICE OFFICERS IN BATANGAS POLICE PROVINCIAL OFFICE”
This study sought to determine the Assessment of SCOUT Training on the Job Performance of Police Officers in Batangas Police Provincial Office. Specially, it determined the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status, educational attainment and length of service. It also assessed the training towards to job performance in terms of growth, career and work. In a similar way it is also shown that the respondent’s assessment when it comes to the effectiveness of training in terms of strategic congruence, validity, reliability, acceptability and specificity. In addition, it sought to determine the significant relationship b...
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Coronel, Angelica D., Ladines, Jerah Mel B., and Mandigma, Chona Fe C.20162016
37ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ROSARIO, BATANGAS"
Many private teachers make decision according to their present situation. They received low salary having less or no benefit at all and considered as minimum wage earners. Specifically most failed to make best decision with regards on their personal financial management. In this study it sought to assess the personal financial management of private school teachers in Rosario, Batangas. Specifically, it aimed to present the respondent’s demographic profile in terms of age, sex, civil status, employment status, net income and income deduction. The means of how the respondents assess their personal finances in terms of income, budgeting, expenditures, investm...
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keywords: assessment, personal financial management, finances
Florido, Vienne Kharla M., Gupit, Ray Mark A., and Macatangay, Princess Camille M, Mr. Dondon C. De Torres20162016
38VIRTUAL CLASSROOM FOR BATSTATEU FOR TECHNOPRENUERSHIP CLASS
In the last few decades, education has witnessed some advances in technologies involving computer-aided learning that promises to drastically change the methods of teaching and learning. The World Wide Web has played a major role in information storage and dissemination in the educational community. Conventional classroom based teaching involves the delivery of course materials by the lecturer in a particular place at a defined time. Hence it imposes a constraint of time and place on both the instructor and the student. Due to human factor arising from the traditional classroom method, the lecturer may not always be able to put in optimu...
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Jocenia, Angel Dominic B.
Ronquillo, John Kenneth T.
Comia, Renzo Z.
20162017
39ONLINE ORDERING SYSTEM FOR BURGER STREET RESTAURANT
Theprimary purpose of the study was to design and develop anOnlineOrdering System for the Burger Street Restaurant. This system was used as one of the requirements for the research paper of the developers. The system provides customer a convenient way to order burger meals online. Customer can also leave comments and suggestion about the restaurant. Another is the manager can monitor the sales and inventory of the restaurant via internet access. The developers discovered the following findings: (1) with the use of the website, the customers can view and order online what the restaurant has to offer, (2)the developed system was a big improvement over the exis...
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keywords: Inventory, point of sales, sales, transaction, user
Cayanan, Mariom D.
Erinco, Laurence O.
Marasigan, Paulette I.
20162017
40SIPA: STUDENT, INSTRUCTOR AND PARENT SERVICES MOBILE APPLICATION FOR BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY
The main objective of the study was to provide an easier access to thefollowing BatStateU Online services. The developed mobile application of Batangas StateUniversity provides an alternative way and eases the way of providing announce newsor events about tghe university. The SIPA Mobile App helps students to view theirgrades, payment records, liabilities, enrolment records, and their class schedules. Italso helps students interact with other students because of the messaging feature usingthe mobile application. The instructors can receive messages from the students andupload student’s grade. An internet connection is needed to establish communicationbetwe...
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keywords: Mobile application, smartphone, portal, SIPA Mobile App
Cabaello, Cheyene Lalaine G.
Montalbo, Christian I.
Cueto, Noriel G.
20162017
41INFORMATION AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT OF BAUAN GENERAL HOSPITAL
The main objective of the study is to help the employees of Bauan General Hospital in managing the inventory of medicine, medical supplies and equipments. The system also helps in minimizing the time in preparing the documents needed in the inventory. The supply management system for the medical equipments and supplies of Bauan General Hospital, help the supply management department of the hospital by the use of a computer – based supply management system. Since the institution are using manual method in monitoring, controlling, keeping and sharing the documents, the system automatically controls the inventory by using barcode reader and generate reports i...
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Acuna, Edmon M.
Atienza, Aldrene Victor Z.
Casao, Joanatahn L.
Garcia, Anton Cristopher N.
20162017
42ONLINE ELECTION STUDENT COUNCIL SYSTEM FOR BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Online Election Student Council System is a web based system looking to solve the problems in the old voting systems. This system has the ability to conduct online elections. The election is created in the administrator through the admin console, customizable depending on the available positions where this will perfectly fit, and will be uploaded on the database through the internet. Online voting System is a system that facilitates the running of elections and surveys online. This system has been developed to simplify the process of organizing elections and make it convenient for voters to cast their vote remotely from their home computers while taking into...
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Mechallia, Rose G.
Garcia, Patrick
Sayno, Annalyn
20162017
43CALABARZON INTEGRATED RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTER LABORATORY INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
The goal was to accomplish an efficient system that is capable of steering the data and information of the laboratory. The developers aimed to design and develop a system so that the laboratory staffs can eliminate the suffering brought by using manual and obsolete transactions and processes such as the replication of data and time-consuming works. The administrator of the system can monitor and control all the activities involving the laboratory processes and can efficiently manage his work. The system helps the administrator to easily do his job in monitoring the laboratory with the help of the developed system. The system also makes the work of the other...
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Holgado, Ralj Elliph C.
Maranan, Vanessa Mae P.
Rosales, Kim Patrick A.
20162017
44PHYSIOTECH WEB-BASED SYSTEM WITH MOBILE APPLICATION
The main objective of this study is to develop an Online Registration and Mobile Application for the enrollees of Physiotech Gym. This mobile application is not only to control weight and applying not only to control obesity but also to give proper workouts. The development of this system is to manage the records of the students enrolled in the gym and also to manage the activities in news update. The mobile application help to manage their weekly calorie intake from a healthy lifestyle and directly reduce the rate of getting dangerous disease by giving a proper workout guides. The developers discovered the following findings: (1) in developing the web-based...
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keywords: Online Registration, Mobile Application, Manage Records
Adarlo, Cheska Dianne I.
Dolor, James Francis M.
Perez, Marilou B.
20162017
45PAYROLL SYSTEM WITH LEAVE CREDIT FOR NFA BATANGAS
A payroll system is a system that regulates the payments method of an organization and at the same time compute for the number of hours used by a worker in an office or a designated assignment. It is a system that manages effectively basic human errors and manipulations of attendance sign ups and salary integrity. Also, the system makes the operation of a company or firm perfect in the area of attendance and salary/arias management process. However, the system alerts the management in case of an employee lagging far behind the normal assigned hours per week or month as the case may.The system intends to Reduce paper log in of employees on daily basis and at ...
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Hernandez, Mark ALdrin T.
Bacal, Cristopher M.
Rosuelo, Aaron M.
Roseulo, Jhonel C.
20162017
46BATSTATEU OGC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Facilitators to improve the traditional way for keeping and gathering information of students, giving them more accurate details regarding the personal information which is used in making reports and profiles and for scheduling of counseling sessions. This system was used as a tool for the submission of the research paper of the researchers. The system helped the guidance counselors in generating reports for the office. It also gives the students the privilege to update their information, to view all of the requirements and procedures needed in requesting good moral certificate and admission slip, view the announcements of the guidance counselors, view the s...
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keywords: Guidance-counselor, research paper, OGC, good moral character
Cuenca, Jemhel Paulo J.
Escala, John Kenneth V.
Tumagos, Jasper John M.
20162017
47WEB-BASED EYE CLINIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
The use of traditional handwriting process is the main problem of the clinic. The clinic uses this manual process in various activities like in patient record keeping and inventory of eye glasses. For the secretary traditional paper records and the use of file cabinet have two main inadequacies. The first is the printout papers from monitoring machine are detached in other papers where it is belong. This makes the doctor and the secretary spend more time of finding other records of the patient. The second inadequacy is that paper records are difficult to save and search. The clinic is using file cabinet without any way of finding records easily except it is ...
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keywords: Management System, Monitoring, Appointment
Aguelles, Jona R.
Maravilla Alyssa G.
Ronquillo, Jean F.
20162017
48EPICENTER ONLINE EVENT BOOKINGWITH BILLING SYSTEM
Through online services, customers can interact with the business even when far from the location. The developed system for EpicenterBatangas is intended to promote the event booking business through the website that advertises reservation that could reach out to a wide range of customers to cope up with tight competition. The use of the web is the best way of providing reservation and related information because this allows faster access to necessary and accurate information. The reservation feature of the system helps customers in accessing information and provides the easiest way of making transactions. Clients are provided with communication service and ...
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keywords: Reservation System, Billing, Online Booking
Como, Marc Linuel P.
Paglinawan, Jonalyn m.
Perez, Marilou B.
20162017
49HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR MABINI GENERAL HOSPITAL
The system is developed for the Mabini General Hospital to eliminate their paper works and create a system that can help the medical staff and doctors achieve their work with ease. The records of the patient are not secured and take time to be searched due its location. It is stored in a logbook and is kept in the file cabinet for safety purposes. The payments and transactions of the patient is also a main problem in the hospital, it is manually processed and is time consuming as well. Monitoring the patient records and inventories produces trouble for the hospital staff. The reports are also in manual process. With the said problems, the developers came up ...
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keywords: Monitoring System, Management, Inventory
Atienza, Wilson S.
Landicho, Ryan James R.
Resurreccion, Paul Angelo A.
20162017
50 WEB BASED SO ASSESSMENT FOR CPE
Student outcome needs to be constantly accomplished by college departments to achieve the holistic development of productive students. However, several constraints were identified under this program such as manual distribution of examination tests, slow computation of grades and slow acquisition of assessment results that can lead to slow execution of appropriate actions. The developers came up with the idea of developing a system which addressed these major problems. Therefore, the Web Based SO Assessment for CpE was developed. A system where student outcomes are assessed through online exam-type assessments. Instructors can create exams, assign exams to s...
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keywords: Assessment, Analytics, Student Outcomes
Andal, Danreb G.
Cardenas, Paul Anthony R.
Empleo. Francis Greg B.
20162017
51PHARMACY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR OCSAN PHARMA TRADING
The main objective of the study is to provide assistance to OcsanPharma Trading management in terms of monitoring and evaluating its products as well as the performance of its branch. Using the inventory system it helps the pharmacy to identify which are the best seller of the month, the product nearing on its expiration date and also if the product meets its minimum limit number of stock. During the development of the system the methodology being used is agile model which guide the developers in the development of the system. The system was developed for the OcsanPharma Trading to ease the monitoring of the products and to enhance its business and be more...
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keywords: Monitoring System, Evaluation, Management System
Fabul, Camille Allysa R.
Noche, Shiela Marie D.
Perez, Jhone G.
20162017
52INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH ONLINE RESERVATION FOR BANAHAW HEALS SPA
The main objective of the study is to make the business owner manage the business in more convenient way by integrating its business process by making it automated. The developed system can make online reservation for membered-clients and also organized schedule of each therapist and each bed that will be using during the service. Also, the system helped both of the therapists and the front desk by having a feature of searching and showing information of membered clients in case of the client forgot to bring the membership ID as a proof of being a member. The information system helped the front desk by giving convenience in searching information of the clien...
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keywords: Front Desk, Item, Sales, Shiatsu, Service, Staff, Transaction, Treatment,
Cacao, Angelica S.
Javina, John Jerove E.
Soriano, Tyrone Ian M.
20162017
53CHRISTIAN BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEM
Vast growth of technology nowadays makes its own history with its impact on different types of organization and businesses. Through many processes, providing good quality of services create a very big influence on current state of the organization. Online Information System for Christian Bible Baptist headed by Pastor Eduardo De la Peña was designed to create a system to provide a fast and efficient way of disseminating and managing information throughout the entire church. This system helps the Pastor of the church to have an easy way of managing all the record of the church members by having the master list of all the necessary information needed in the c...
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keywords: Information System, Announcement, Record Keeping
Comple, Jun Aldrin C.
Doctolero, Patrick C.
Martinez, Hazel D.
20162017
54WEB-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEM OF BARANGAY CUTA, BATANGAS CITYC.N M. DE CHAVEZ, A.P U. PERADILLA
The main objective of the study is to make a Web Information System for Barangay Cuta, Batangas City that shall help the residents to access information in an easy way. Automation of processes of barangay transactions including the health services, business permits and clearances will reduce paper works and make every transaction faster and easier. This project shall help the residents to lessen the expenses of providing the printed forms to the applicants, with the complete information needed. Through to the website, residents can save time and effort, instead of waiting to be assisted by the staff. They can simply use the website for the services that they...
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keywords: Information, residents,suggestions, comments, send message, permits
De Chavez, Charmaine Nicole M.
Peradilla, Asley Pearl U.
20162017
55HEBREWS CAFÉ CUSTOMER ORDERING APPLICATION WITH INVENTORY SYSTEM
The main objective of the study was to make the work of the customers, staff and administrator easier by making it automated. This system was used as a tool for taking orders using a mobile platform. The system helped the customer to take orders online and the administrator to manage supplies in the stock room that regards on inventory management and application updates. The administrator of the system can monitor and control all the activities involving from the ordering processes and can efficiently manage the system. The developers discovered the following findings: (1) in developing the system, different knowledge and skills in programming, including PHP...
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keywords: Inventory System, Ordering System,
Dela Roca, Hazel N.
Espiritu, Carlo B
Virtucio, Tyrone Ian M..
20162017
56HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF MABINI, BATANGAS
With the emergence of new technologies, they became the foundation of our everyday life as it continuous to evolve. Technologies have a significant role in our lives for it offers an easy, fast, and comfortable way of doing task effectively and efficiently.The main objective of the study is to have an existing system that will keep all the information of the employees in the municipal government. Their problem was they manually encoded the information and data on the Microsoft Excel. They also have a problem regarding the Daily Time Record. Apparently, their attendance was checked by their newly installed biometrics that checks their time in and out. Their p...
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keywords: Biometrics, payroll, human resource information system
Dumalao, Almabel B.
Espiritu, Cherinette B.
Gonda, Ranelyn Mae E.
20162017
57E-Portfolio Management System for College ofInformatics and Computing Sciences
The main objective of this study is to develop a Web-based Portal for the Instructors and Students of College of Informatics and Computing Sciences. The web-based portal is not only to put instructors and students information but also to collect the requirements of instructors and students. The development of this system is to manage the information especially the requirements needed of the instructors and the students and also to lessen the paper works of the instructors. The developers discovered the following findings: (1) based on the result of the test cases and methods done by the developers, the developed system was able to used the E-Portfolio Manage...
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keywords: E portfolio, management system, student requirements
Caraig, Pamela D.
Macalalad, Rochelle C.
Miranda, Gerielyn Angel M.
20162017
58TEODORO M. KALAW MEMORIAL LIBRARY ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOG (OPAC) WITH BORROWING AND BOOK LOCATOR
The main objective of the project was to replace the manual method of handling library resources in Teodoro M. Kalaw Memorial Library. This system helped the librarian in automating the process of paper works in the library. The system can easily generate inventory reports of books and can print documents. Also it helped the users to search and find a reference material effortless. The developers discovered the following findings: (1) the system automated the listing and keeping records of the books through a database that was saved on the server, (2) the system minimized the problems in searching and locating of book references inside the library, and (3) t...
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keywords: Automated, Paper Works, Reference Materials, Book Inventory Reports
Macalintal Mark Lester G
Sana, Patrick Joseph I
Veasco, Loise Timothy R
20162017
59ASSESSMENT OF GUEST SERVICE ON SELECTED HOTELS IN BATANGAS AND LIPA CITY
The study entitled “Assessment of Guest Service on Selected Hotels in Batangas and Lipa City” sought to identify the service level of hotel in Batangas and Lipa City. To acquire answers this research achieve its objectives of identifying the demographic profile of the hotel guest in terms of age, sex, civil status, educational attainment, monthly income, hotel visited, frequency of hotel visit per month and occupation; identifying the assessment of guest to the hotel services in terms of answering customer questions, handling complaint, accurate delivery of service, total guest check, and appropriate menu items; identifying if there any significant diffe...
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keywords: GUEST SERVICE, HOTELS
Mary Ann E. Evangelista, Ben John A. Lopez, Mark Vincent F. Magsino, Rhod Micgarhe A. Melo20162017
60Relationship Between College Activities and Work Engagement of BS Accountancy Graduates
This study was conducted to determine the relationship between college activities and work engagement of BS Accountancy Graduates of Batangas State University. To meet the purpose, the researchers used a descriptive research method. The respondents of the study were 102 BSA graduates of Batangas State University (BatStateU) – Main Campus I from April 2013 to April 2015. Such number of respondents was determined to be the sample size from a total of 149 respondents using Slovin’s Formula and stratified random sampling to determine the distribution of respondents in consideration of the year they graduated. Survey questionnaire served as the main data gath...
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keywords: College Activities , Work Engagement
Evangeline A. Lopez, Kris Jeine Laizl Kaez E. Sarmiento, and Aira Crissandra R. Sayco 20162017
61PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES OF MUNICIPAL TOURISM OFFICES OF DISTRICT IV OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
The study entitled “Promotional Strategies of Municipal Tourism Offices of District IV of Batangas Province”, aimed to determine the promotional strategies used of the municipalities of District IV. It is also aimed to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status, educational attainment, occupation and family income. Moreover it intends to find out the respondents Promotional Strategies of Municipal Tourism Offices of District IV of Batangas Province in terms of advertising, personal selling, sales promotion and public relation. Furthermore, this study has a firmed purpose of assessing if there is a significant difference o...
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keywords: PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES , TOURISM OFFICES
Marjorie Ann C. Bughaw, Caroline Joy I. Pastrana, Lailani E. Tejada, Andrea I. Torres20162017
62FRONT OFFICE COMPETENCIES OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT STUDENTS OF BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY
This study entitled the Front Office Competencies of International Hospitality Management students of Batangas State University. Aimed to the researchers acquired the demographical profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status, family income and general weighted average together with their assessment towards their competencies acquired in Front Office Procedures in terms of Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes. Furthermore, they also tested if there lays a significant difference in profiles of the respondents regarding to their assessment. Descriptive research design was used in the study. Through the use of the survey questionnaire, the chosen r...
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keywords: FRONT OFFICE COMPETENCIES
Charlicia Mara H. Ciceron, Jackielyn D. Evora, Ivy Christine A. Mandigma20162017
63ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT OF SELECTED ENTERPRISES IN BATANGAS CITY USING SHARED SERVICE MODEL
This study focuses the move of human resource department using shared service model using data from sample of 30 enterprises located limited only in Batangas City. Human Resource guru David Ulrich proposed the shared service model (SSM) as a new organizational form for organizing the work of HR. The SSM separates HR into the three functional units: service center (HRSC), center of expertise (HRCOE) and business partners (HRBP). According to him shared service center handle transactional activities of administration and a center of expertise to handle transformational activities that are non-administrative in nature. The last function of the SSM is the busine...
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keywords: HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT, SHARED SERVICE MODEL
Culang, Krisha Lynne M.
Orlina, Jhun Nary A.
Villahermosa, Eudencelle G.
20162017
64EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE COMPETENCIES AND ITS EFFECT TO JOB SATISFACTION OF NON-TEACHING EMPLOYEES OF DE LA SALLE LIPA: BASIS FOR GUIDELINES FORMULATION ON TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
A business organization is composed of group of individuals show casing unique characteristics of emotion such as empathy, intuition, creativity, passion, and the desire to learn throughout their career. These human characteristics play a vital role in achieving business’ goals and objectives and improving and enhancing it could help them overcome the workplace challenges. Thus the researcher aimed to determine the non-teaching employees’ profile, emotional intelligence competency, job satisfaction level and whether emotional intelligence competency has significant relationship and effect to job satisfaction, and propose training and development guidel...
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keywords: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE COMPETENCIES, JOB SATISFACTION, NON-TEACHING EMPLOYEES
MARJERIC L. BUENAFE, MBA20152016
65ASSESSMENT OF PAYROLL MANAGEMENT OF SELECTED SMALL BUSINESSES IN BATANGAS CITY: BASIS FOR A PROPOSED INPUT TO INTERNAL CONTROL
This study was conducted to assess the payroll management of small businesses in Batangas City as a basis for a proposed input internal control. The study evaluated the profile of small businesses in Batangas City in terms of nature of business, form of business organization, number of years in operation and number of employees. It was focused on determining the perception of the respondents in terms of the components of internal control; control environment, risk assessment, control activities, information and communication and monitoring activities. This study employed the descriptive research method and used of survey questionnaire as primary instrument ...
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keywords: PAYROLL MANAGEMENT, SMALL BUSINESSES, INTERNAL CONTROL
Noreen D. Catapang
Shaye Angelie T. Ilagan
Maureen Joy M. Masangcay
20162017
66THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL EFFECT OF SUBLIAN FESTIVAL IN BATANGAS CITY
The researchers conducted the study entitled The Economic and Social Effect of Sublian Festival in Batangas City to assess it demographic profile in terms of age, sex, civil status, educational attainment and types of respondents and its variables in terms of social network, relationship and link of resource. The study used descriptive method to obtain the necessary information. The researchers also used convince sampling design as main tool in gathering the respondents of the study which was comprised of 100 respondents (40) local residents and (54) students. The objective of the study was to provide and to know about festival. It must have been because the...
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keywords: ECONOMIC, SOCIAL , SUBLIAN FESTIVAL
Gambao, Moira Alexandra M.
Lorenzo, Merie Nichelle C.
Manalo, Vanessa Giselle U.
Paña, Mary Kathryn D.
20162017
67EFFECT OF BINUKALAN SHRINE TO THE TOURISM INDUSTRY OF ALITAGTAG, BATANGAS
This study entitled “Effect of Binukalan Shrine on the Tourism Industry of Alitagtag Batangas. The researchers used descriptive method to present the status of the study. It aimed to know the effect of Binukalan Shrine on the tourism industry in terms of environmental, economic, and socio-cultural. The respondents of the study comprise of 266 aging 18 years old and above. The questionnaire was distributed among 20 residents of Alitagtag Batangas as part of the dry run and obtained the reliability test percentage and obtained their interpretation of valid. For the actual distribution of the questionnaire, it was distributed among the people of the community...
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keywords: BINUKALAN SHRINE, TOURISM INDUSTRY
Arcega, Giela Mae P.
Barte, Jingky A.
Bautista, Darwin A.
Fabul, Cherie Ann R.
20162017
68BUDGETARY CONTROL AND PROFITABILITY OF SELECTED MICRO BUSINESSES IN BATANGAS CITY
The micro businesses, generally, are any business enterprise whose total assets do not exceed Three Million Pesos (Php 3,000,000.00). Just like any other businesses, they also encounter challenges that greatly affect their business growth and performance. As for today, it is observed that micro businesses are failing due to bankruptcy. On the other hand, it is proven that budgetary control is a powerful tool for business management while profitability has the ability to realize an immediate return over and above cost to be considered as profitable. This study aims to analyze the extent of implementation of budgetary control and the profitability of selecte...
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keywords: BUDGETARY CONTROL, PROFITABILITY, MICRO BUSINESSES
Ferrera, Ann Joie S.
Ordoňez, Jelicca Lea C.
Payumo, Nanielle A.
20162017
69POTENTIALITY OF BARANGAY PINAGBAYANAN, SAN JUAN, BATANGAS, AS AN ECOTOURISM DESTINATION: BASIS FOR DEVELOPMENT PLAN
This study was conducted to provide reliable inputs to Barangay Pinagbayanan of its potentials as an ecotourism destination, thus enhance the environment, economic and socio-cultural aspects of the locality to enhance it become a good ecotourism destination. This is also for the reason that the researchers can see the importance of ecotourism in the field of responsible tourism and as well in sustainable development. The researchers proposed a development program to address the weakest points of the Barangay relative to as a potential ecotourism destination. Descriptive method of research was used to assess the potentiality of Barangay Pinagbayanan as an ec...
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keywords: POTENTIALITY, ECOTOURISM DESTINATION, DEVELOPMENT PLAN
Jhonna C. Asilo
Niṅo Angelo S. Ibon
Robie Renz A. Palo
20162017
70Acceptability of Green Practice of Accommodation Establishments of Talisay, Batangas
The researchers chose the study "Acceptability of Green Practice of Accommodation Establishments of Talisay, Batangas." This study entitled "Acceptability of Green Practices of Accommodation Establishments in Talisay" sought to identify acceptability of Green Practices of accommodation establishments in Talisay, Batangas.This is conducted not only to identify the level of acceptability of green practices but also the perceived effects and benefits of practices. Specifically, this study sought to identify the profile of the accommodation establishments in terms of type of accommodation, years of operations, and number of employees; to identify the acceptabili...
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keywords: Green Practice, recycling and reuse , water efficiency and conservation , lighting, transportation, purchasing, Accommodation Establishments
Angelica L. Dela Cruz, Carla Joyce A. Dimaandal, Maikee G. Medrano20162017
71EXTENT OF UTILIZATION OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM OF MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN BATANGAS AND LIPA CITY
This study aimed to determine the extent of utilization of accounting information system of manufacturing companies in Batangas and Lipa City. The researchers used the descriptive research method in conducting the study. The respondents of the study were thirty four (34) registered manufacturing companies located in the said cities. Survey questionnaire was used as the primary tool in collecting data. It was personally distributed to the respondents together with a letter of request. Specifically, the study aimed to obtain the business profile of the manufacturing companies in terms of forms of business organization, capitalization, length of operation, num...
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keywords: CCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM , MANUFACTURING COMPANIES
Andal, Fredelyn Margot G.
Porto, Maria Lyn P.
Tobeo, Baby Jane C.
20172016
72Level of Knowledge on Accounting System among Barangay Micro Business Enterprises (BMBE) in Batangas City
The focus of this study was to identify the level of knowledge on accounting system among Barangay Micro Business Enterprises (BMBE) in Batangas City. There were four objectives of the study; first was to determine the percentage of the respondent’s personal profile in terms of sex, age and educational attainment and their business’ profile in terms of nature of the business, number of years in operation and the number of employees; second was to determine the respondent’s level of knowledge in accounting system in terms of identifying, measuring and communicating; third was to determine the significant differences on the level of knowledge of the res...
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keywords: Accounting System, Barangay Micro Business Enterprises (BMBE)
Lizette J. Andrade, Rea Isabel B. Maalihan, Zyra Belle H. Pagcaliwagan20162017
73ANALYSIS OF GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY OF THE MUNICIPALITIES IN BATANGAS PROVINCE
The study entitled Analysis of Government Efficiency of the Municipalities in Batangas Province primarily aimed to analyze the efficiency of governance in Batangas covering the period of 2013 and 2014. Government efficiency was measured by ten main indicators namely: Capacity of Health, Schools, Security, Business Registration Efficiency, Investment Promotion, Compliance to National Directives, Ratio of LGU collected tax to LGU revenue, Transparency scores, Economic scores and DILG related awards. The research design used by the researchers is Mixed Method Design (Qualitative and Quantitative). Moreover for quantitative analysis, the researchers used the dat...
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keywords: GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY, Capacity of Health, Schools, Security, Business Registration Efficiency, Investment Promotion, Compliance to National Directives, Ratio of LGU collected tax to LGU revenue, Transparency scores, Economic scores and DILG related award
Bantilan, Jaramie H., Manahan, Annalyn A., Rayos, Vanessa Mea C.20162017
74ASSESSMENT OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OF FURNITURE STORES IN BATANGAS
The study entitled Assessment of Working Capital Management of Furniture Store in Batangas assessed the business in terms of management of cash, management of receivables, management of payables and management of inventory. The study used the profile of the business in terms of forms of business organization, capitalization, number of employees and years of operation. The researchers tested if the variables had significant differences when grouped according to the profile of the business. The study used descriptive method and had a total of thirty-four furniture stores as the respondents. Survey questionnaire was also used to gather information needed and ...
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keywords: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, FURNITURE STORES
Leah Ann D. De Chavez, Kristine Mae A. De Los Reyes and Ma. Celina I. Derla, 20162017
75FINANCIAL BUDGETING PRACTICES OF SMALL AND MEDIUM MERCHANDISING ENTERPRISES IN BATANGAS CITY
Budgets are the foundation and the manifestations of a business plan and action. If the management of an SME has to maintain proper, updated and reviewed budgets then SMEs are bound to remain small, stagnant and possibly close down. With poor budgeting process among SMEs in the merchandising industry, there is a high possibility that those SMEs will collapse soon after they are established. This study analyzed financial budgeting practices of small and medium merchandising enterprises within Batangas city and determined how financial budgeting practices of SMEs be assessed in terms of sales forecast, cost of sales forecast, administrative and selling expens...
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keywords: FINANCIAL BUDGETING PRACTICES, SMALL AND MEDIUM MERCHANDISING ENTERPRISES
Gemmille Rose R. Manalo, Mary Chriszel A. Manalo and Mary Grace M. Salcedo 20162017
76CASH MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF HARDWARES IN BATANGAS CITY
The purpose of the study was to obtain a close view on the effectiveness of cash management practices in Batangas City. The researchers used a self-constructed questionnaire as the main instrument, and interviews in gathering data. The respondents of the study are hardware businesses operating in Batangas City.Percentage, weighted mean, independent T-test and One-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) were the statistical methods used. The variables used to assess the cash management practices of the respondents were transaction, precautionary, and speculative motive. The study aims to describe the cash management practices of the hardwraes. Specifically, it soug...
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keywords: CASH MANAGEMENT, HARDWARES
Bautista, Rienne Marielle A., Maligaya, Georgina Kay S., and Tulagan, Rose Ann O.20162017
77INVENTORY MANAGEMENT OF SELECTED HARDWARE BUSINESSES IN BATANGAS CITY
The study entitled “Inventory Management in Selected Hardware Businesses in Batangas City” analyzed the assessment of inventory management of hardware businesses in Batangas City. The deficiencies were determined through business profile of the selected hardware businesses with regard to the carrying cost, ordering cost and economic order quantity. The purpose of this study is to determine how to minimize the cost of inventory to achieve a maximum profit. Research has been made which studied and improved many aspects of the management of inventory. With the aim of effective inventory management relating to minimization of costs from the application of ...
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keywords: INVENTORY MANAGEMENT, HARDWARE BUSINESSES
Bagui, Patrice Anne U., Datingaling, Richmon D., Gutierrez, Melvene Joice S.
20162017
78ASSESSMENT ON THE SUBSYSTEMS OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM OF SELECTED MERCHANDISING BUSINESSES IN BATANGAS CITY
This study was conducted to assess the subsystems of accounting information system of selected merchandising businesses in Batangas City to serve as a basis in determining the usefulness of AIS to the business. The study evaluated the business profile of the retailing business in terms of its capital, form of ownership, number of years of operation and its number of employees. Moreover, determining the perception of the respondents in terms of using the accounting information system through its three subsystems; Transaction Processing System, Budgeting System, and Responsibility Reporting. This study employed the descriptive research method and utilizing su...
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keywords: SUBSYSTEMS OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM, MERCHANDISING BUSINESSES
Maezel Joyce D. Acuzar, Jovy C. Aldovino, and Rose May T. Rosales 20162017
79ASSESSMENT OF CONTROL ENVIRONMENT OF SMALL ENTERPRISES IN BATANGAS CITY
The control environment forms the foundation for the other components of internal control system. The absence of one or more significant elements of the control environment will cause the system to be ineffective; notwithstanding the strength of the remaining four components. Thus, the control procedures and the control environment are evaluated to give a composite picture of the actual internal control system of the small enterprises, after which its effectiveness is assessed. This study highlights the assessment of control environment of small enterprises in Batangas City. Five factors of control environment were evaluated: integrity and ethical values, ac...
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keywords: CONTROL ENVIRONMENT, SMALL ENTERPRISES
Aloc, Mary Michelle H., Atienza, Maycy C., Dela Roca, Mary Anne G.20162017
80ASSESSMENT ON RECORD KEEPING STRATEGIES OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN LIPA CITY
This research assessed the record keeping strategies of Small and Medium Enterprises in Lipa City. It determines the business profile of the respondents in terms of nature of business, form of business, capitalization, years in the operation and number of employees. It also determines their assessment in record keeping strategies in terms of policy strategy, design strategy, standards strategy and implementations strategy. This study used descriptive design in order to achieve the objectives. The subjects of the study are 190 small and medium enterprises from Lipa City. The research used simple random sampling for the distribution of the questionnaire. The...
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keywords: RECORD KEEPING STRATEGIES , SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES,
Jenifer Ivy F. Castillo, Loriely N. Cruzat and Ellaine C. De Castro20162017
81MATCHING COMPETENCIES OF BATSTATEU BS ACCOUNTANCY GRADUATING STUDENTS WITH INDUSTRY NEEDS
The study assessed the competencies of BS Accountancy graduating students matched with the industry needs. The researchers made use of the descriptive method to determine the significance of competencies acquired by BS Accountancy graduating students of Batangas State University and the industry needs. The study covered 124 fifth year accountancy students and 266 questionnaires distributed to the industry. The result of the study will aid on the proposed inputs to the BSA program to improve the competencies of the students. The study aimed to determine the distribution of the two group of respondents according to profile, which used the percentage and freque...
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keywords: competencies, industry needs, managing self; communicating; managing people
Almira Diosa D. de Castro, Clarissa B. Macatangay and Christine Joy A. Reyes 20162017
82OPERATION OF SELECTED BEACH RESORTS IN DISTRICT II: BASIS FOR ENHANCED QUALITY SERVICE
The study entitled “Operation of Selected Beach Resorts in District II: Basis for Enhanced Quality Service” aimed to determine the operation of selected beach resorts in District II. The researchers used the maintenance and housekeeping, lifeguard and security, medical services, fire-fighting facilities, signboards, designated area, precautionary measures and prohibited acts and practices as the variables taken from the Department of Tourism’s General Rules on the Operation and Management of Resorts. More specifically, it aimed to present the forms of business ownership, length of operation, number of employees, capitalization and average number of cus...
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keywords: BEACH RESORTS, QUALITY SERVICE, maintenance and housekeeping; lifeguard and security; medical services; fire-fighting facilities; signboards; designated area; precautionary measures; prohibited acts and practices
Dapat, Cinderella H., Doce, Vanessa F., Mendoza, Rian C.20162017
83CREDIT MANAGEMENT OF SELECTED COOPERATIVES IN LIPA CITY
Cooperatives play a meaningful role in moving the social and economic conditions of their customers, members and the communities as economic enterprises and as organizations. This study aims to identify profile of the selected cooperatives in Lipa City, and also how the credit management of this cooperative be described in terms of the traditional 5C’s of credit. The study sought to find if there is a significant difference on the responses when grouped according to profile variable. Lastly, what implications to the stakeholders the selected cooperatives may be proposed based on the findings. Necessary data were gathered through the use of questionnaire. T...
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keywords: CREDIT MANAGEMENT, 5 C's of Credit, Character, Capacity, Capital, Collateral, Condition
Aguilar, Mikka M., Cabañero, Melca V. Dagus, Eva M20162017
84INDUSTRIES’ ASSESSMENT ON THE INDIVIDUAL WORK PERFORMANCE OF BS ACCOUNTANCY ON-THE-JOB TRAINEES OF BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
This study is entitled “Industries Assessment on the Individual Work Performance of BS Accountancy On-the-Job Trainees for Academic Year 2015-2016.” It aimed to assess the individual work performance of accountancy OJT’s in terms of task performance, contextual performance, adaptive performance and counterproductive work behavior. Moreover, the researchers used the descriptive research design and utilized 82 survey questionnaires to the 43 training supervisors from 25 different companies of BS Accountancy on-the-job trainees for academic year 2015-2016. The statistical tools used are relative frequency, weighted mean, one way analysis of variance (ANOV...
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keywords: individual work performance, task performance, contextual performance, adaptive performance;, counterproductive work behavior
Adel, Maria Racelle D., Andal, Regina Grace P., De Villa, Katrina S., 20162017
85Assessment on the Procedure for Bulk and Break Bulk Cargo Clearance of Selected PEZA locators in Batangas Province.
The study was conducted to assess the procedure for the bulk and break bulk cargo clearance of selected PEZA (Philippine Economic Zone Authority) Locators in Batangas province. This determined the profile of the PEZA locators in terms of types of cargoes, years of operation, average number of imports per year and number of employees. The study also aimed to answer if there is significant difference in the assessment of the procedure for the bulk and break bulk cargo clearance of selected PEZA locators when grouped according to profile and to proposed plan of action for the implementation of measures to maintain and improve the management of the economic zone...
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keywords: Bulk and Break Bulk Cargo Clearance, PEZA
Abacan, Kate Nicole P., Cordero, Joren A., Encarnacion, Mark John R., Magsino, Mark Edward C.20152016
86ASSESSMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS OF SELECTED CREDIT INSTITUTIONS IN BATANGAS CITY
This research mainly focused on the assessment of risk management process of selected credit institutions in Batangas City. It specifically determined the demographic profile of the business in terms of its nature, types of loans, number of employees, and years of operation, and how these institutions’ risk management process can be assessed in terms of risk identification, risk assessment, risk response development, and risk response control. Furthermore, this study aimed to determine the significant differences on the assessment of the respondents when grouped according to profile variables. Specifically, the main objective of this study is to provide po...
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keywords: risk management, credit institutions
Alvarez, Carl Mia Krizelle S.
Clanor, Frances Rosette C.
Evangelista, Racquel I.
20162017
87DEVELOPMENT OF PASSION FRUIT (Passiflora edulis flavicarpa) KETCHUP
Ketchup is a table sauce. It is a sweet and tangy sauce, typically made from tomatoes, sweetener, vinegar, and assorted seasonings and spices. Seasonings vary by recipe, but commonly include onions, all spice, coriander, cloves, cumin, garlic, mustard and sometimes celery, cinnamon or ginger. Ketchup is often used as a condiment to various dishes that are usually served hot. It is used as the basis for, or an ingredient in, other sauces and dressings, and it is also used as an additive flavouring for snacks. With this in mind, the researchers came up with a study that utilizes tropical fruit, such as passion fruit, that is abundant in the Philippines and tur...
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keywords: ketchup, passion fruit
Dinaya, Gladys C., Ilagan, Maureen Joyce G., and Ocampo, Kenn Dareen V.20172017
88EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS OF DEVELOPED PASSION FRUIT (Passiflora edulis) CARBONATED DRINK
Carbonation is the impregnation of carbon dioxide (CO2) in a drink and this process highly improves the sensory properties of a drink. The emerging trend in the carbonated drinks industry includes infusion of herbal and medicinal options to the existing scope of products to improve its nutritional value. Carbonated drinks are widely consumed by the populations due to its unique taste and thirst-quenching properties. This in turn made soft drinks manufacturers to delve into other alternatives by using uncommon fruits and flavors. With this in mind, the researchers came up with a study that utilizes tropical fruit, such as passion fruit, that is widely abunda...
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keywords: carbonation, passion fruit, carbonated drinks
Lizardo V. Acebo, Jenina Rosa P. Llanes20172017
89DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF TABLEA MOLDING MACHINE
Philippines is one of the top quality cocoa source and served the need of growing demand for chocolate in Asia. In response to the growing demand of tablea, the researchers found that there is a need for advancement in molding tablea for faster production. In line with this, the researchers aimed to provide a molding apparatus as an alternative way of molding tablea. The study consisted of the components of the equipment, material specifications and energy requirements. Moreover, the comparison of the manual and automated molding in terms of percent yield and operating time were included. The operation and cleaning procedures were also provided. The tablea ...
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Ivy Cyreen M. Hernandez, Jonh Paul A. Maranan, Rica Marrise V. Maranan, Joey S. Ramirez20172017
90Evaluation of the Antibacterial Properties of Formulated Hand Sanitizer from Passion Fruit (Passiflora edulis) Leaf Extract
Due to the harm imposed by pathogenic bacteria present in the surroundings, there is a growing importance in hand hygiene as the single most essential measure in the prevention, control, and reduction of healthcare acquired infections. Product development and innovation for hand sanitization has been the focus of recent studies for many health professionals. These include modifications of the inactive ingredient and addition of antibacterial agents like plant extracts to maximize antibacterial activity. Passion fruit leaf is long used as medicinal plant and its extract has found to have antibacterial activity due to its phytochemical compounds. This study fo...
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keywords: hand sanitizer, Passiflora fruit leaf extract, phytochemical, antibacterial, plant extract
Daisy Anne M. Cabral, Marianne D. Hernandez, Leslie Ann B. Martinez20172017
91DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOLAR-POWERED CHARGING STATION FOR ELECTRIC BIKES (E-bikes)
The project study aimed to design and develop a solar-powered charging station for electric bikes. This project provides convenient charging station for the users of e-bikes and the possibility as a business option for entrepreneurs and the community. The solar-powered charging station for charging electric bikes is a fundamental and practical application of using solar energy. Solar energy is a completely unpolluted natural resource that is considered as a technological option for generating clean energy. The solar-powered charging station utilizes solar PV modules to convert solar energy to DC energy which will be used to operate the whole system and provi...
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Pornea, Gerald P., Salmorin, Aljay C., Sumanguid, Christian Eric L.
20172017
92Assessment, Evaluation and Proposed Improvement Plan for Batelec II Feeder 3 San Jose Coverage Area
The efficient distribution of electricity is of utmost importance for consumers because majority of their daily activities depend on utilizing electrical energy. Therefore, distribution companies must see to it that electricity is properlydistributed to its consumers via feeder lines. This study focused on the assessment and evaluation of BATELEC II Feeder 3 San Jose Coverage Area using the descriptive method of research. An improvement plan for the said feeder system was proposed to reduce the frequency of unscheduled power interruptions in the area and to improve the overall condition of the feeder system. The results of this study will serve as an altern...
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Joey C. Espino, Princessbelle A. Morfi, Willem Klein O. Rosales20172017
93Proposed Electrical Grounding System Design for Batangas State University Main Campus II, Alangilan Batangas City
Electricity has provided countless benefits to people, but it still remains one of the most deadly elements readily available in our daily lives. For this reason, every person living or working in residential, commercial, or industrial installations, particularly the operators and personnel who are in close operation and contact with electrical systems and machineries, should essentially be protected against possible electrification. To attain this, an efficient grounding system must be provided in accordance with standard requirements. In this study, the researchers aimed to propose a grounding system design intended for Batangas State University (BatStateU...
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keywords: ground, grounding system, lightning protection system
Mark Joseph M. Atienza, Jessie D. Perpetua, Rowell A. Silva, Marr Louise R. Teodoro20172017
94Energy Audit of Dr. Mario Bejasa General Hospital, Bauan Batangas
Energy audit supports the idea of energy conservation as it gives data and information about the certain institutions energy consumption. In this study, hospitals are helped to analyze their monthly energy consumption. The findings of the study will help for the analyzation of the hospitals’ energy monthly consumption. This study aimed to assess the efficiency of the usage of electrical energy of Dr. Mario Bejasa General Hospital. More so, this also endeavored to identify the improvements needed for energy measures as it deals with the determination of the energy wasted at energy cost. According to the medical director of the said hospital, they experience...
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Fritch Gerald P. De Paz, Mark Jim C. Rezaro, Eroll S. Rosales20172017
95Design and Development of a Solar-Powered Traffic Signal System in Brgy. Balanga, Ibaan, Batangas
The main purpose of this project was to design and install a solar-powered traffic signal system to provide a traffic light signal for the motorists in Brgy. Balanga, Ibaan, Batangas. The study covered the review of standards required for the construction of a solar-powered system and the installation of the traffic signal. The prototype was designed to maximize the use of solar energy in Brgy. Balanga, Ibaan, Batangas. This project aimed to attain the following objectives: to develop and install a solar powered traffic signal system, to use renewable resources as its source of energy, and to test and evaluate the prototype based on the following parameters:...
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Llanes, Marie Jochelle H., Magboo, Rosie M., Magnaye, May Ann M.20172017
96EFFECT OF ALUMINUM-AIR AND MAGNESIUM-AIR POWER CELL ON QUALITY OF RECOVERED WATER AND VOLTAGE GENERATED
Limited supply of electricity and unelectrification to some extent is a major problem of the Philippines since it is an archipelago and delivery of electricity through cables are not feasible. Finding a solution which is sustainable has been a dilemma. Providing electrical energy has shift from non-renewable sources to the renewable ones due to concerns with the environment. This research focused in providing a greener source of electricity that will bring about the change needed to save both the people and the environment. This study was designed as a comparison between aluminum-air and magnesium-air power cell. Aluminum and magnesium metal were used as the...
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keywords: electricity generation, aluminum-air, magnesium-air, power cell
Patricia Joyce V. Ani, Roy Jr. I. Caguicla, Joyce Ann A. Soriano20172017
97Subic Gateway International: A Proposed 5-Star Hotel on a Waterfront Development ( A Sustainable Approach on the Life Cycle of a Luxury Destination: Through Interlocking Volumes and Experiments on Architectural Geometries)
The predicted progression in international visitor arrivals and domestic travel movements is expected to bring about an equivalent increase in capacity requirements and demand for new facilities, services and products, creating local and foreign investment opportunities. Corollary to this, is the development and upgrading of quality, skills and competencies of the required frontlines. Hotels, Resort Development and other types of tourism and leisure facilities and services especially in the regions will have to be erected to address the dwelling requirements of both foreign and domestic travelers. Nowadays, a structure with combined amenities makes a major i...
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Mary Jane C. Arce20172017
98AGRICIENCIA MUSEO (Advancing Knowledge of Individual – A Proposed Agricultural Science Hub)
Rapidly growing global population and expansion of urban development are biggest causes of paralysis in agricultural sectors. Hence, failure on funding and failure of political will are the secondary causes. Agriculture is very important to every human. It is the main source of food and crops for their daily need. Agriculture plays a critical role in the entire life of a given economy. It is also the backbone of the economic system of a given country. On August 7, 2000, Los Baños was declared to be the “Special Science and Nature City of the Philippines” by virtue of Presidential Proclamation 349. It was signed by then President Joseph Estrada. The Pr...
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Jaylord C. Delgado20172017
99CASETTA CULTIVO Proposed Hotel-Resort, Eco-Park and Cultivation Complex Los Baňos, Laguna
The beauty of the Philippines is one of its foremost natures. As a developing country, the Philippines is known to its beautiful natural surroundings; it has an exquisite charm which is the key to be an industrialized and competitive country worldwide. Even if it is categorized as a third world country, it has its quality that can be compared to other industrialized and developed countries. In relation to the present study, people nowadays are fond of traveling to different places in order to experience what these places can offer. Adventurous, historical, natural, yet follows a healthy lifestyle and recreations are the locations that travelers enjoy the mos...
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De Guzman, Alross Albert B.20172017
100TRIAS PRIME (A Sustainable Mixed-Use Residential and Commercial Building Blended with Nature and Urban Lifestyle)
Over the past several decades, mixed-use development has taken center stage in the urban planning and real estate development worlds. Whether it is the Congress for the New Urbanism, Smart Growth, the Compact City, or any other movement relating to the improvement of the built environment, mixing land uses is a ubiquitous component of the underlying visions and ideals. A residential condominium is a multi-unit housing space where units are individually owned and common spaces are owned jointly. Occupants are generally owners, although owners may sometimes be allowed to rent units to other residents by private arrangement. Accordingly, this proposal project...
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Sameber M. Castillo20172017