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HRM Students Spiced Up Their Game in the Grilled Barbecue and Sauces Contest


CKS College students Mr. Harris Edric So (3rd  Year) and Mr. Pete Justin Yang (4th Year), won 2nd place in the QCNA 8: Kulinarya, Turismo, Talento, ATBP Mixed Grilled BBQ, Sauces and Garnishing Competition. With the teme “Siglo ng Bagong Taon,” the competition was held last November 25, 2017 at the Central Plaza, Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City.

The tandem competed against students from Olivarez College, St. Scholastica’s College, St. Paul University, Quezon City, and National College of Business and Arts, Fairview. They presented their original dish, Siglong Asyarap, which is composed of marinated adobo pork belly and baby squid stuffed with tomyum and served with several sauces such as chili paste, tamarind with century egg and mango papaya salad, and black-ink squid naan bread. The entry was presented on plate made of woven pandan leaves, with the sides decorated with clam shells containing the mix of flavours included in the dish.

Harris and Pete were coached by Chef Sherril Lyn Chua.

CKS College ITE Research Awarded Best Presentation in the 2017 ICSTE


The 9th International Conference on Software Technology and Engineering (ICSTE) was held last October 27-29, 2017, at the University of Hong Kong – Graduate House. At the same time, the annual editorial board meeting of the Journal of Software (JSW) was also held. Mr. Lester Hao, CKS College Program Head of the School of Information Technology Education, presented a paper entitled Trigonometry with ProjectMEC: A Courseware and Student Performance Evaluation. The paper discussed the use of computer-aided instruction as an intervention tool in attempts to observe its effect on the performance of students in College Trigonometry. The study not only dwelled within the domain of Information Technology with the development and evaluation of the ProjectMEC courseware, but also posed implications for Mathematics Education through the integration of technology into the teaching-learning experience.

During the conference dinner, Mr. Hao was awarded the Best Presentation for the Software Design and Theory session. Moreover, the said paper was published in the Journal of Software (Vol. 12, Num. 11). The JSW is indexed by DBLP, EBSCO, DOAJ, ProQuest, and INSPEC, among others.

This achievement would not have been possible without the support of CKS College and ITE faculty members, especially Mr. Alvin Ray Estiva (CKS College ITE professor) and Dr. Arnel Fajardo (Academic Consultant for IT), who co-authored the said paper, in collaboration with student researchers Mr. Kendrick Kee and Mr. Marlon Tin. May this further enhance the research culture within CKS College!

Congratulations, October 2017 CPALE Passers!


Chiang Kai Shek College continues to move forward in its pursuit of excellence as it maintains a strong performance in the CPA Licensure Exams (CPALE). Last October 2017, the school earned a passing rate of 73.33%, compared to the national passing rate of 30.44%. The passing rate for CKSian first-takers is 76.83%. With 92 takers this October 2017, Chiang Kai Shek College's passing rate is 7th highest among schools with more than 50 takers.

In May 2017, CKS College earned a passing rate of 70.59%, as compared to the national passing rate of 35.31%. The College consistently maintains a passing percentage that is higher than the national passing percentage in the licensure exam deemed the toughest in the country.

     
CPALE National Passing Rate CKS College's Passing Rate
October, 2013 40.84% 80.00%
July, 2014 19.98% 60.00%
October, 2014 37.02% 50.00%
May, 2015 35.78% 45.71%
October, 2015 41.06% 67.61%
May, 2016 42.84% 69.23%
October, 2016 36.48% 52.50%
May, 2017 35.14% 70.58%
October, 2017 30.44% 73.33%

The PRC-Board of Accountancy administered the CPA licensure exams on October 7, 8, 14 and 15, 2017, and released the results on November 2 and announced that 4,511 out of 14,816 takers passed the exams. The four-day exam covered the following subjects:  taxation, regulatory framework for business transactions, auditing, financial accounting and reporting, management advisory services, and advanced financial accounting and reporting.

The new CKSian CPA's are:

  • Abichuela, Ma. Ednalyn Tapaaganao
  • Alcaraz, Marjorie Faye Montero
  • Angeles, AbrizDagani
  • Añonuevo, Raiza Cabasa
  • Asuncion, Ariane Clarisse Cruz
  • Atiga, Quennie Jane Urriza
  • Austero, Czarina Zaira Segotier
  • Babiera, Maria Jucelle Sosing
  • Bagayas, Nathan Micah Adora
  • Barrera, Gerileen Ramos
  • Bautista, Jerelou Limcaoco
  • Begata, Alaine Gyle Agato
  • Buan, Gem De Guzman
  • Cabrera, Selene Tan
  • Cada, Mary Claire Aguilar
  • Callos, Bea Rozza Avena
  • Calo, Francis Earl Derick Angeles
  • Carbungco, Christelle Castro
  • Castillo, Jeslin Marie Francisco
  • Ching, Clint Mark Encinares
  • Chua, Mikee Marrielle Guiam
  • Codamon, Juliah Mariah Beltran
  • Cura, Nerrice Ellen Joy Songsong
  • David, Anna Patricia Arroyo
  • De Guzman, Kressa Velasco
  • De Leon, Jane Karen Castillo
  • De Veyra, Nathaniel John Cachapero
  • Fabrea, Fatima Faye Flores
  • Fajilan, Patricia Anne Urcia
  • Faustino, Michael Gabriel     
  • Felipe,Russel Jan Adducul
  • Fernando, Hannah Clarisse Gono
  • Ferrer, Gelli-Anne Mae Reyes
  • Gimeno, Amylou Joy Palad
  • In, Bryann Raymart Rabang
  • Jadera, Anna Veronica Salinas
  • Julian, Brian Jasper Esparas
  • Lapuz, Maica Cabañeros
  • Lim, Jacqueline Chee
  • Limsico, Rina Isabel Bustos
  • Llarena, Golda Mier Iglipa
  • Lopez, Fermarie Christine Gabres
  • Lupisan, Jeanne Ezra Marie Catedral
  • Magsalin, Khamil Joyce Vega
  • Mendoza, Tricia Isabelle Rendor
  • Mingming, Jake Ron Palattao
  • Miranda, Mark Julius Sibug
  • Munsayac, Rocheline Joyce Aguinaldo
  • Okafor, Daniela Morales
  • Paje, Lee Louise De Leon
  • Papica,Keanu Aquino
  • Pariñas, Arvin Jasper Manuel
  • Placido, Richel Anne Cheng
  • Ragasa, Maryl Joy Magbojos
  • Rana, Ramon Jr Del Finado
  • Rañola, Aezy Canlas
  • Redillas, Isabella Denise Panganiban
  • Reyes, Julie Ann Lee
  • Sitchon, Elaiza Rae Castro
  • Sumagaysay, Harvey Christian Batisla-on
  • Timbungco, Kimberly Clare Jacildo
  • Torio, Rubylyn Sison
  • Torres,Bernard Jr Roldan
  • Ty, Alexandra Landry Domondon
  • Vizconde, Chloe AnneEndaya
  • Yap, Rebecca Anne

Over the years, CKS College has produced various CKSian topnotchers in the CPALE. In May 2015, CKSian Eunice Millicent Li ranked first in the CPA board exams, with a score of 92.29%. Benson Kotah ranked 6th in May 2012, and Jan Marcus Tang ranked 2nd in May 2010. Other CKSian topnotchers are Ms. Elaine Mary Co (15th Placer, May 2006), Mr. Ferdinand Tan (16th Placer, May 2002), Mr. Mark Anthony Ong (16th Placer, October 2001), Mr. Gilbert Lim (16th Placer, October 1996), Ms. Caroly Yu (9th Placer, May 1987), and Mr. Hilario Tan (3rd Placer, October 1986).

 

LINKS (October 2017 CPALE):

CKS College Business Expo 2017: Venturing into New Horizons


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The CKS College Business Expo 2017 was spearheaded by the School of Business, Accountancy, and HRM, in cooperation with the CKS College Student Executive Council, the CKS Senior High School Student Government, Junior Marketing Association, Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants, Junior Management Society, Computer Society, and Rotaract Club of CKSC. Held last October 13 and 14, the theme of the Business Expo was "Venturing into New Horizons." More than 650 outsiders (comprised of young professionals, parents, students from other schools, and CKS College alumni), as well as CKS College administrators, faculty, staff, and students, visited the 2-day event.

The expo featured and showcased innovative products conceptualized and produced by CKSian Management, Marketing, and Hotel & Restaurant Management students. Under the guidance of professors Mr. Ryan Olivier Lao and Ms. Lhay Asana, the students were able to express their creativity and business acumen as they exhibited through practical application what they learned in the classroom.

Various promising businesses also exhibited alongside the CKSian entrepeneurs: Cha Tuk Tuk, chomp, NYFD, Chicky, Fiorgelato, Prince Shawarma, Pixel Hero, Ella Mila, Kulitz Magical Store, Patata Army, AXA Life,Random Mania, School Haul, Twips Bake House, Dumpling King, Bitter Sweet, Venture Pack, Pet Corner, Dairy Queen, Gift Studio, the Happy Mom, Crunchy Garlic, Spyce Collection, Pancake House, JC Premiere, Collectors Toy Box, and El Filete Gourmet.

Company sponsors and alumni also extended their generous support to the CKS College Business Expo 2017. Amongst them were Mrs. Margarita Go, Ms. Aurora Go, Mr. Jimmy See, Mr. Benjamin Tan, Ms. Joyce Dy, Mr. Reynaldo Sy, Omni Electrical Lighting, Big Chill. Mr. Gulaman, King Sue, Morehunt Junkshop, Manila Ocean Park, Eng Bee Tin, AXS Wrap Packaging Solutions, Inc., Empire Printing Company, Inc., Laiya Coco Grove, The American Institute, and Ortigas and Company.

The media partners for the said event are Chinoy TV, Philippine Daily Inquirer, and Bet Magazine.

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Lecture Series: Bridging the Industry-Academe Gap


CKS College endeavors to create a culture which supports lifelong learning amongst students, faculty, administrators, and alumni. In line with this, the Marketing and Extension Office has lined up prominent speakers from the industry to share their insights through the CKS College Lecture Series.

The first lecture in the series featured Mr. Tomas Medina, who spoke on the topic “Bridging the Industry-Academe Gap” last October 3, 2017. An alumnus of CKS College, Mr. Medina is a Filipino who takes pride in having learned not only to speak, read, and write Chinese Putonghua and Fookien, but also to embrace the Filipino-Chinese culture and thinking.

Mr. Medina shared about how his grasp of various languages, especially the Chinese language, helped him move up from being an entry-level employee to an entrepreneur and owner of his own business. Additionally, he talked about the value of hard work and perseverance. To succeed in the industry, one has to have the right attitude and the flexibility to adapt to change. He also reminded the audience of the need to develop various employable skills, such as interpersonal skills, communication skills, leadership and management skills, critical thinking, and time management.

 

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