Bukidnon State College, now a university

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / June 1) – Bukidnon’s 83-year old Bukidnon
State College is now a university, its administration announced in its
Internet website.

President Arroyo signed into law Republic Act No. 9456 on May 15,
2007, which declared the elevation of the BSC into a university. She
signed the Act three months after the Senate approved the proposal on
February 19.

The signing also came a month after nine graduates of BSC’s School of
Law, the first law school in the province, passed the 2006 bar
examinations.

BSC projects itself as the “heart of teacher education in Mindanao.”The new university, to be called Bukidnon State University, is the
province’s second university after Bukidnon Agricultural School was
converted into what is now known as Central Mindanao University in
1965. The BSC opened in the central Mindanao province as Bukidnon
Normal School in 1924.

A staff at the BSC administration office told MindaNews Friday via
telephone the inauguration rites will be on June 14. Current college
president Dr. Victor M. Barroso will become the first university
president.

According to its website, BSU “shall primarily provide advanced
education, higher technological, professional instruction and training
in the fields of education, arts and sciences, public administration,
information technology, accountancy, law and other relevant fields of
study. It shall also promote research and extension service, and
provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.”

As of November 12, 2006, Bukidnon State College has seven schools,
including the schools of Graduate Studies, Law, Arts and Sciences,
Business Administration and Information Technology, Education,
Community Education and Industrial Technology, School of Nursing, and
Laboratory Schools for pre-school, elementary and secondary education.

In 1924, BSC started as a two year secondary school known as Bukidnon
Provincial Elementary School. Four years later, it started to offer a
four-year secondary normal curriculum.

In 1976, Presidential Decree 944 converted BNS into Bukidnon State
College. (Walter I. Balane / MindaNews)

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217 responses to “Bukidnon State College, now a university”

  1. eric conrad epie says :

    Congratulations! one question, what will happen to the BSC now BSU’s website? will it use http://www.bsu.edu.ph? that would be a blunder, it is owned by Benguet State University. Well this is a headache for their web administrator or just retain ww.bsc.edu.ph any it’s known for having the domain, again congratulations!

  2. eric conrad epie says :

    sorry the site should have been http://www.bsc.edu.ph, anyway its…

    typographical error.

  3. dante says :

    Thanks Bro. Waltz for disseminating the news. Ric, as of now, BSC’s domain name will remain as http://www.bsc.edu.ph. You’re right BengSU owns the bsu.edu.ph, that’s why we are still thinking of a good “sounding” domain name. After we have resolved the name, we still have to register it. Other BSUs are Bulacan and Batangas State Us. They named themselves as BULSU and BATSTATE-U. ;-)

  4. Waltzib says :

    Thanks Dante and Eric for dropping by. Wala pa diay na ko na link ang “BSU”.
    Thinking out loud: What about naming the new university after Bukidnon’s forefathers?
    like Datu Mampaalong State University? “BSU” —so abused name napud for state Us.
    Aside from veering away from the problem of URL, it also honors our ancestors —- well I’m here again. hehe.

  5. kingkoy says :

    …weeewwww…wow…great!
    two universities in Bukidnon province…wow…im proud to be pinoy…hehehehe…jowk…kip going BSU…
    kingkoy@CMU

    good luck BSU !

    ciao me amore!

  6. dan iluis says :

    i would like to say CONGRATULATIONS to our school now a UNIVERSITY, i am dan iluis of Sto Tomas External Studies Center. ive been there at our main campus during the occassion of First Literary Cultural Festival last Jan.19-21 this year. we do hope and pray that there were be a 2nd one. As one of the writers in our scool publication (The Producer) i just want to request regarding this kind of information, so that we may inform other stUdents to know and inhance their taLent through ths kind of competition. we are expecting a ore activities to be made and more good server. from the Center administration, we do hope to hear our prays. More Power to our School and more improvements!!! GOD BLESS US ALL!!!

  7. SNAKERUE says :

    wow great, congrats for the job well done go BSU

  8. Concern says :

    Though it is called a university but the fact is that the English Training is very PITY when you go abroad as an English Teacher. They would asked you” Which school” very obvious, pronunciation is NOT STANDARD why? because of the teachers who is in charge of that course.They still need a lot of training for standard pronunciation as they will laugh at us when the foreigner listen our spoken English. It’s hard to understand. They should hire a teacher who is very knowledgeable about phonetic as it is considered as the most important in speaking English. When the teacher arrived abroad as an English Teacher is very shameful that you still need to go back from basic since your English pronunciation can’t pass to their standard. If you have question about this, try to come to some country and first time they hear Filipinos speak English it is REALLY HARD and has a very strong Philippine English accent.

    • bse english turns ab english says :

      tama jud ….I’m majoring english here …I love the university..but sad to say..some teachers failed to understand the importance of teaching the students properly when it comes to speaking english..if students need spoonfeeding in order to learn..then why not do it..after all..that is what we’re after,,.

  9. Concern says :

    Many graduates from BSC especially English Major, they tried to go abroad as an English Teacher, we asked what’s your major? English, everybody’s eyes were so BIG as they couldn’t believe that your an English major from BSC Bukidnon couldn’t demo at the first time but the new teachers proudly say I am a CERTIFIED Teacher as the same time English Major in BSC BUkidnon. Very FUNNY HUH! Not only this, many teachers graduated from that school they had an empty head after graduation why? the teachers are not strict to their students and it is easy to pass the exam and they can give flat 1.0 grade but actually it is a cheat.

    In addition to that, the teacher itself doesn’t know very well about the subject she or he is teaching so of course the result is not very good. Try to listen the spoken English of most teachers in the Philippines, VERY FUNNY! You are being descriminated in the other country because of your performance.

    • krash says :

      nope!! I am a student of BSU and I left my very own college because my teachers in English were unreasonably terror …they humiliate students who can’t pronounce well..maybe some of the instructors are not strict enough to scare students and instead they were the ones who’s scared…and anyway..every sem. they will let us evaluate our instructors and grade them …there are lots of criteria to base unto so that students can let the admin know about how thier instructors teach and handle them…only nstp instructors give flat 1 easily

  10. kagraduate lng jud me waz pa jud na uni. says :

    oi uni na d i ang bsc?
    sharo bah…dli maka2ohan..nago ang mga s2dyanti mga bugok…maihap ra jud ang mga bry…ok raman ang mga nstrutor…waz jud me masabi labi na jud ky mam kato gud strita s education basta belev jud ko sa iyaha i…unta tanan nga mga teacher inga ana para makurog jud…pero proud parin ako na nag grad sa bsc class 2004.

  11. Laura says :

    I enjoy your site very much! THANK YOU)

  12. cham says :

    eY ..! dIli TA maG HInAMbOg na iNyo STyudYAntE ja SA bSU ..!!!
    pRA ka bAg-o2x pa nInYO nA uNiVERsitY mGA hAMboG nA dAYon ..ja oi ..!!!
    hinaY lNg mOw..!!!mgA paLiD nYA TA..!!

    • krash says :

      kinsay nanghambog.???.wat is!!! news kaya dn BIGNEWS….so ma topic man jud na..
      nauniversity mana dli tungod kay bryt mga studyante…tungod kay nka met sa requirement para ma university..one of those is ang ka luag sa area…wla ,man siguroy nag ingon nga na university na kay maau mag english ang mga studyante..

  13. alora says :

    !!!!wew!!!!congrats sa BSC,BSU rather…wel yeah i agree…,d skul rili needs 2 improv dr training sa mga english majors!!!wew..dat wud be a long run….but guyz….. bsu s nyz ui….not bad after ol!!!congrats….

  14. Arthur B. Sebastian says :

    Well, I’m very proud that BSC was converted into a state university. Continue molding the students to become proactive and efficient to have a brighter future. Goodluck and more power to your vision!!!!

  15. tisoy says :

    i was glad when i know that our school converted into a university at least i can boast something to my co-teachers here in thailand that our school now is bringing pride of bukidnon and that makes as proud to be the product of the continueous support of the faculty of BSU its my pleasure as mentor of BSC and now BSU go on and be fruitful BSU

  16. cha says :

    am really glad am an alumna of the former BSC, learned plenty of brilliant stuff from my equally brilliant professors. truly, BSU is the heart of teacher education in mindanao. it has molded me into “how i teach stuff” for better-learning-today. the teaching strats that i employ in my classes are beyond compare for these were acquired from the likes of dr. neonitta danao, the late dr. erlinda p. cordova, dr. remedios barroso, and dr. genoveva ablanque. may these professors’ tribe increase. saddens me to the max that dr. remy barroso has retired so with dr. neonitta danao. hope there are similarly radiant mentors who could sustain their esteemed places.

    lately heard that BSC-education now is not that quality as it used to be. hope this is jz a mere gossip. feel any hints of truism?

    to BSU, kudos!

  17. ella says :

    hello!!!! … mao ba ni ang website sa Bukidnon State University? Nag-type2x ra baya ko.

    – U knw what? I`m so lipay ngA na university na jud ta. Bisan tuod sa external learning center ko nag-eskwela, happy jud kaayo jud kaayo ko. Makapang-hinambog gud ko ug ahat bisan tuod puros ra hinangin ang me gipang-istorya… ahehehehe …joke lng po.
    i am hoping nga someday, maka-anha ko dra sa main campus…

    God BLESS SA TANAN…

  18. cindy says :

    hey???laag mow dwe xa BSU bah!!nice bya keu meh dwe!!..hehehe..hop na u can find time namn…congratzzz nga pala though itz to late na..hehehe…come & visit us then u’ll find it so enjoying!!! kitakits..au revoir!!

  19. Concern Observer says :

    Hey guys!

    It is so sad that you look down at the graduates of BSC which is now BSU.

    Just to boost your confidence, BSC or BSU students..have you heard of the former graduate of Secondary Education Batch 1998, Cecilia Mag-isa who is now Estoque.

    She won as the Microsoft’s Most Innovative Teacher in the Innovation in Community Category in the Worldwide Innovative Teachers Forumi Philadelphia USA.

    Check her out and google her name who is now Cecilia M. Estoque. Listen how she talks in English…it’s not as what you describe students in BSC-

    Keep your head up! There’s hope for you guys!

  20. Boyet says :

    Comment on No. 8. Excuse me, do not generalize all Filipinos. That depends on school you graduated from at saka na students na rin yan. There are good Professors at Bukidnon State College (now university) Dr. Danao is one who finished a PhD in Applied Linguistics at the Philippine Normal University in Manila. Sayang. she has retired.

  21. Jonah Tanzo-Corbitt says :

    I took my undergrad at BSU (way before-kadtong panahon pa sa mga karaan nga tawo).

    After completing my BSED in Elem. I taught 2nd Graders at Grace Christian High School at Quezon City. (Yep–that was really, really long time ago)

    I am now working for the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation as WorkStrides Coordinator. So mga kaigsoonan ko nga naa sa Bukidnon I am really so proud of my alma mater-BSU

    Proud to be a native in Kibawe,

    Jonah Tanzo-Corbitt

  22. Jonah Tanzo-Corbitt says :

    Hello Dely, Cora, Jesse, Delita and many more… when can we have our BNS reunion?

    Kon inyo ning mabasa….

  23. Aimee Chamen-Gragasin says :

    I had a chance to teach in BSC for a year (2002) and I am very glad to learn that it has become a University!!!

  24. Dr Ed says :

    Congratulations to the new graduates of Bukidnon State University.I have read the name of Twyla Rubin, Rufino Cantaros, Kristofferlean Miole as 2007 bar passers. Are they produced by our Law school? I am proud of Bukidnon State University. I’ve heard that your Extension and Research is on the go with Dr Estela Itaas, in the helm of this unit. Kudos to her. I love this website..I hope former students and faculty do write and bring new ideas or news for BSU. Jonah Tanzo..hope to see you one of these days..maybe during the Cherry blossom festival. I frequent Washington DC.

  25. shirley achumbre pacturan says :

    u know what para sa mga taong masaya kong makapanla-it cguro lumaki kang nilalait….. divahhh…
    to the new bsu congrats more power and God bless us all…. regard to all batch 1995 of banking and finance major… hello guys..

  26. chuy says :

    its good that bsc is now a UNIVERSITY.

  27. robert helario says :

    4/8/08

    Everyone:

    I’m so proud of my alma matter BSC and now a university. Becuase of the education it gave me, I have a job that I’m proud of which ables me to support my family to thrive with their daily lives. Thank you and more power.

    Robert, BSC accounting, batch 1992.

  28. YKING ECHAVIA says :

    do you have bar passers in the sept. 2007 bar exams? it seems you dont have any update.

  29. mischelle says :

    wow.. nyce na au ang BSC kay BSU na jd sayanga oi nag transfer q.. but la jd q nag mahay dha qnag skul nyce au kay nindot jd ang training dha.. labi na c mam ablanque da best jd mu teach…aq maka tl mga teacher dha nendot jd mu2dlo..

  30. leur, CTEd says :

    regarding the deficiency of the recent graduates in English, it’s no longer the teacher’s concern to find them a job. i would like to stress that it’s up to the graduates to be proficient or sharpen their ability in speaking and other English skills. besides, when they were on the training grounds they didn’t do their part as students. lakwatsa may coincide with the concept.

    there were many few who had mastered nonEnglish courses, yet they did express their ideas flawlessly in English. thus, i say what fate the graduates befall today are their choice, neither of their mentors nor their Alma Mater.

  31. leur, CTEd says :

    another shameful thing i would like to be bursted out is:
    teachers, please do practice what you teach.

    i have accounts of irresponsible-to-be-called teachers. if you wish to know them, visit me at the student lounge. JOKE! seryoso kaayo mo, ai?!

    shall i say that these teachers whom i’m referring to are language teachers? one of them is an Eng102, World Lit, Phil. Lit teacher who smokes before the students in the classroom. Sir: pagbag-o na kay smoking kills biya, not just yourself but also you’re putting us at risk.
    another one is from my beloved school. she is really fond of failing students, although she is not that of standardized. fortunate are we now that she flee to CMU, the school where she can proliferate her glory as the most idiot teacher in the town.

    • hapi says :

      haha!! I guess I know that teacher who fled to where she is now..I once argue with her in our class knowing that she is far more fluent than me but she can’t comprehend better than I am..rawr!! she graded me 3..and that subject is 4 units..

  32. mhedy says :

    I’m so proud that my alma matter is now a university.I’m a product of that prestigious institution.After how many years of struggling to become a university,now the school achieve it.I’m one of the fruitful student who gain lots of experiences and knowledge from that school.The school as well as the instructors molded me as what I am today.I salute to all my instructors before.

    I hope the school will hire the best teachers so that they can produce a quality professionals also in the future.

    GODSPEED TO BSU!!!!!!

    Mhedz from Education Department(Batch 2006-2007)

  33. lilay says :

    haaay……..hapi pud baya ko nga na.university na ang bsc…….bsan la ko kaabot ana nga time \,hapijapun ko…….mz na nko ako mga former prof’s and clasmates……..mga boardmates nako……..sama nilang telang,adora,christy,kingkay,viven,nenen,2net,tata,an-an,ug daghan pang uban……..ms na nko akong mga bang.giitan nga mga proof’s c mam ablanque,sir pepito,ug daghan pa…..sana malampuson na ang bsu kron……

  34. katrina June D. ALana says :

    hallow?i would like to tnak the stuff of bsu… that they treate me well.
    i was astudent of bsu b4.. 2006-2007

  35. marivic costadillo says :

    hello, namimis ko na ang dati kong school…produkto din ako ng BSC na ngayon ay BSU…hay sayang nag enjoy pa naman ako mag aral kc naman ang mga mentor ang gagaling plus ang cool ng place..hinde kc ako taga ron..By the way,Im a student of BSE-2A 2000-2001…At sa mga friends at classmates ko dyan dyan hello sa inyo..Goodluck

  36. fe alava says :

    Congratulations BSC… God Speed BSU….I was once a faculty there since 1997 until early part of SY 2006-2007. I’m glad to the max Dr. Vic’s vision came to reality at last. As once part of the academic community, I’m so proud what BSC-BSU has gone so far. Goodluck to a new level of accreditation.That’s exciting and challenging though.

  37. phycophyta says :

    I was really shock, totally shock that BSC is now a state University…Marami ksing hambog!!kala mo kung sinong langaw na makatuntung lang sa kalabaw ay kalabaw na(I hope BSUans understand 8???)E wala ngang napatunayan na academically excellent sila…Tingnan nyu yung mga cum laude nila…neh hindi nga mkapsa sa LET at Board Exam for Accoutancy…ano ba yan…Lam nyu nakakahiya kayu..baka sabihin ng iba na bobo ang taga bukudnon..makonsensya nman kyu…Please lang pkilagay yung ilang persent ang pasers nyu…Center of Excellence in Education daw..?? Ambisyusa

  38. Istambay says :

    Hi all, thanks for dropping by in this blog.
    @Fe Alava, thanks maam for droppng by.

    @phycophta – Hi there. It seems you have a not-so-good experience with BSU. Anyway, thanks for bringing up those defects. But there are also good things din naman siguro.

    I’m not from BSU but I know like other academic institutions its facing so many challenges, kumbaga birth pains of a university.

    Let’s keep our fingers crossed for more improvements, right?
    After all, if we really love Bukidnon, we can only hope and possibly do something to improve it and institutions within. :)

    Anyway, have a nice day, and hope will drop by again and again.

    -Istambay sa Mindanao

  39. phycophyta says :

    hahahaha sory istambay but your conclusion is wrong..(It seems you have a not-so-good experience with BSU=>Istambay).Kakaawa naman kyung pag analyze mo ng statement…parang 8s just an indication na you have low level of analyzing a simple sentence..palibhasa you are immune na kasi of spoon feed exams….well..well..well..If I will be in bukidnon why should I let my self enroll in your university???Hallerrr…are you insane??? I just do prefer to enrol in CMU…an aclaimed institution who higly trained students for global competitivenes..heto ha pki search sa internet (starmometer) then find top 20 universities in the Philippines…at sana please lang punuin nyu ng banner ang labas ng school nyu ng mga kapakipakinabang na banner hindi yung puro promote lang ng promote ,lagyan nyu din ng percent passing rate at at rank nyu in the whole philippines…Ewan ko nga ba if i also consider your school as a dumping site of rubbish students??? Marami din kasi akong naririnig na very improve na daw ang grades nila ngayun magmula nong i nevect sila sa kanilang old schools at naging scholar pa…huh ang bulok na kamatis talaga pag ineref nagiging useful pala???

  40. Istambay says :

    Hi Phycophyta,

    Whatever you say, it doesn’t change my view about the world, including BSU. Your allegations might be true but the way you say it reflects your kind of person.

    Please learn how to read first before criticizing others.

    We have a struggling but happy world out there that’s why I can’t understand why you are so foul and angry.

    C’mon, you can do better than that!

    Anyway, prayers for a joyful and meaningful holidays.

    Have a happy day! :)

  41. phycophyta says :

    Ok, Lam ko kasing ganyan mag isip ang makikitid na utak…I have experience kasi sa ganyang mga situation..defensive kung baga???but I was cleanse because of the education from my school…We havent exposed kasi sa word na losser if we we will not accept our weaknesses..In my own assesment…I hope that the faculty of BSU should focus on the renewal of character of their students…In other words please try to be humble eventhough you are a payed state university (kasi sa pagkahabahaba ng inyung pangrap na nauudlot binayaran nyu na lang siguro ang mga tao na involved dito just to become a fake state university) hindi hambug kung baga…wag sanang mag sukdulan yung pagiging hambug nyu….Please..

    • hapi says :

      siguro may karibal kang taga BSU or may nakaaway kang taga bsu ….hey human!!get some logic….love your own and improve it by doing the best for your school and embracing its nature…wag mong i promote ang school mo through saying negative things against its neghboring universities ..sabihin mo lahat ng kaya mong ibuga..wla naman sigurong kokontra…look at us..we congratulate BSU and say good things about it..we did not say good things about it and AFTERWARDS COMPARE IT TO OTHERS..IKAW RA DIHA mura kag unsa…be confident..ayw khadlok malabwan inyong school..sa students magtigi..kay sa maabot rana after graduation makit an..

  42. agila says :

    Congratulations to all who did a lot of hard work to raise Bukidnon State College to a University level. But the hard work doesn’t stop here. So I say, GOD bless to all your endeavors.

  43. agila says :

    Phycophyta, sounds like a nice name for a pet python. You are a poor thing. Only butt headed people like you can make stupid allegations simply because you are stupid. And you are a product of what school?, where you were “cleanse”?. You’re a shame to yourself and your “school”. Do yourself a favor, look at yourself at the mirror and shut your big lousy mouth because you don’t know anything.

  44. phycophyta says :

    Agila..??? you didnt know what phycophyta stands for..??? Ouch..a nice name for a pet python???hahaha how intellegent you are…bravo!!! you are just marely showing that you are a product of incompetent university..please try to be open minded..do not reply if you didnt know what the word means..please lang try to be research minded..hindi ba kayu tinuruan ng BSC??..May congratulations ka pa dyan!!! If I know lang merong “black market” na nangyari… Ooopss baka magreply ka na nman na hindi mo alam ang black market? at sabihin mong you are not a business man..??? hahaha…

  45. architech says :

    you are absolutely right phycophyta..BSC Lossers!!!!I have open the web of PRC for LET I havent found any recognition from BSC “Center Of Excellence in Education”??? Fuck you!! When I was in high Scholl my teacher really bost BSC that they have competent Education..you know..She should be given an award for that very nice na pangungunbinsi..But I was thatnkful that I am mature enough to chose a good school.. MPSC we deserve more recognition than BSC, Do don Mariano..hephep!! hurry!!

  46. dan iluis says :

    well, wla akong masasabi sa BSU…bsu s one of the standard skuls here in mindanoa, not only in moindanao but throughout the entire country… me, as a student of this institution, i am not ashemed of telling nor saying wer skul i came from; prhaps, im very PROUD! bcos; tchers, mentors, instructors and profesors were competative enuf just to pursue the aims and visions in life to their students…sa lahat ng naninira sa BSU, wel, naiinggit lng cguro kau coz u didn’t even experience the teaching learning process they’re aplying to their students dspite of the individual diferences of the learners…once agen, im PROUD to shout/SCREAM the name of our skul…ty

  47. phycophyta says :

    E di isigaw mo!!!who cares!!!mamamaos ka na lang ciguro walang maniniwala sa yung ugok..kung meron man he really show na ugok siya..Can you please indicate your source dan luis where have you get those information where you consider BSC as one of the standard skuls in mindanao??? for your information here are the list of most renounce university in the philippines in order,if you will find BSC I will give you a reward…
    1. University of the Philipines-Diliman
    2. University of Santo Tomas
    3. Saint Louis University, Baguio City
    4. University of the Philippines-Los Banos
    5. Xavier University (Ateneo de Cagayan)
    6. Ateneo de Davao University
    7. Ateneo de Manila University
    8. Silliman University
    9. University of San Carlos
    10. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Tech
    11. University of the Philippines-Manila
    12. De La Salle University-Manila
    13. Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
    14. University of the Cordilleras(Formerly Baguio Colleges Foundation)
    15. University of Negros Occidental-Recolectos
    16. Mindanao State University-Gen Santos City
    17. Polytechnic University of the Philippines
    18. Mapua Institute of Technology
    19. Central Mindanao University
    20. Adamson University

    Source: CHED and PRC (http://www.filipinasoul.com/the-philippines-top-20-universities/)

    Tingnan nyu f may BSC???or BS..U??? AMBISYOSA!!!

    • hapi says :

      and who are you??? you are the proof nga mga istudyante sa cmu mga way batasan……tama nga pala narinig q about sa inyo…sa imo pa lang daan basihan tumpak na kaayo…nganong ga visit ka diri kong mag in ana ka lang..we are just being happy for our school …thats it,,. just thank God for the achievement of your school..may I repeat..”OF YOUR SCHOOL ” not yours..kung makapagmataas ka NAMAN para kang nanalo ng bonggang bongga taz inagawan namin ng trophy…you sound like a mischievous child trying to tell evrybody that he own his toy even if no one is getting it from him…kan a na imong achievement..para kang byahilo..nakakasuka ka na..

  48. phycophyta says :

    E di isigaw mo!!!who cares!!!mamamaos ka na lang ciguro walang maniniwala sa yung ugok..kung meron man he really show na ugok siya..Can you please indicate your source dan luis where have you get those information where you consider BSC as one of the standard skuls in mindanao??? for your information here are the list of most renounce university in the philippines in order,if you will find BSC I will give you a reward…
    1. University of the Philipines-Diliman
    2. University of Santo Tomas
    3. Saint Louis University, Baguio City
    4. University of the Philippines-Los Banos
    5. Xavier University (Ateneo de Cagayan)
    6. Ateneo de Davao University
    7. Ateneo de Manila University
    8. Silliman University
    9. University of San Carlos
    10. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Tech
    11. University of the Philippines-Manila
    12. De La Salle University-Manila
    13. Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
    14. University of the Cordilleras(Formerly Baguio Colleges Foundation)
    15. University of Negros Occidental-Recolectos
    16. Mindanao State University-Gen Santos City
    17. Polytechnic University of the Philippines
    18. Mapua Institute of Technology
    19. Central Mindanao University
    20. Adamson University

    Source: CHED and PRC (http://www.filipinasoul.com/the-philippines-top-20-universities/)August 4th, 2008

    Source: Compilation of Statistics of the Performance of Schools in various Licensure Examinations 1999-2005,Professional regulations Commission,Commission on Higher Education,Educational Statistics Task force (Published:2005) via Tsikot.com

    Tingnan nyu f may BSC???or BS..U??? AMBISYOSA!!!

  49. mindanaw says :

    As Moderator of this blog (including this discussion thread) I have two things.

    1. Thank you for dropping by and contributing to the discussion. I assure you I am delighted that this simple post has generated a free flowing discussion.

    2. I just would like to appeal that you will also exercise responsibility in posting messages such that you won’t defame anyone or any institution.

    In other words, if we claim that the academic institution where we came from has high standards, then this discussion is the best venue where you can show that you are indeed a product of an institution of higher learning as shown by the way you discuss and the breeding expected of educated people.

    Thank you.

  50. architec says :

    phycophyta isama mo naman kmi dyan Maski pang 21 lang..??!!hehhehe..wag nayang BSC aw BSU pla sori ha kalimutan ko…

  51. phycophyta says :

    o cge Mr. Architec, MPSC will be rank # 21.. I reregalo ko na lang cguro sa BSC ang rank #22…??? At least I isinama ko cla sa list… hehehe..kakaawa talaga..huh…

    • hapi says :

      pwede ma bang gawing nuymber 1 ang cmu..at number 2 ang mpsc…kasi diba..kaya mo kaming mga taga BSU gawing number 22…??? salamat sa regalo mo huh!!

  52. dan iluis says :

    hmMm…excuse me PHYCOPHYTA???? i am talking about the best Skuls throughout MINDANAO…MINDANAO..MINDANAO… ok???maybe u’re showing the list of some other skuls wich are very competative and i appriciated it that much! as a good reader and a certified blogger of dfrent webs, i didnt read nor heared about wat u’re talking about…HEY WAT ARE YOU TALKING????….hmMm… i hav here a suggestion. Now, try to search in dfrent websites about the LET PASSERS and u can see there d BSU wich is reaching the TOP 1 skul of education…from that BEST suggestion of mine, u can conclude that BSU realy dserves the possition… and anyway, PHYCOPHYTA, try to search more about the BSU… baka kainin mo mga sinabi mo????ikw rin…bhala kah….

  53. phycophyta says :

    “well, wla akong masasabi sa BSU…bsu s one of the standard skuls here in mindanoa, not only in moindanao but throughout the entire country”- DAN LUIS
    THROUGH OUT MINDANAO??? Basahin mu nga yung blog mo sa itaas…. Wag mo akung ikompara sa inyung mga students na bulok, i do indicate what i read..If you are trained to be inconsistent…then wag mo kaming isali..UGOk ka talaga as in…

    “Now, try to search in dfrent websites about the LET PASSERS and u can see there d BSU wich is reaching the TOP 1 skul of education” – DAN LUIS..ASAN yung ipinagmamalaki mo??? di ko talaga makita..I tried to search in PRC pero wala tala..Huh!! wag mo akung utoin..hindi ako katulad mo..we are not on thesame level… hahahha Well..well..well hindi namn masama ang mag ambisyun.. heto pala ang mga list..may source pala iyan..baka kasi hindi ka research oriented.. kaya ININDICATE KO na…

    ELEMENTARY

    Category A: With 10-99 examinees

    1.Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, 13 of 13 passed, 100.00%;
    2.University of the Philippines Diliman, 13 of 14, 93.00%;
    3.Saint Louis University, 12 of 13, 92.00%.
    Category B: With 100299 examinees

    Benguet State University-La Trinidad, 55 of 107 1.passed, 51.00%.

    SECONDARY

    Category A: With 10-99 examinees

    1. De La Salle University-Manila, 14 of 14 passed, 100.00%;
    1. University of the Philippines-Baguio City, 10 of 10, 100.00%;
    1. University of the Philippines-Los Baños, 16 of 16, 100.00%;
    2. University of Santo Tomas, 39 of 41, 95.00%;
    2. University of the Philippines-Diliman, 38 of 40, 95.00%;
    3. University of the Philippines-VisayasCebu City, 14 of 15, 93.00%.

    Category B: With 100299 examinees

    1. Polytechnic University of the Philippines-MainSta. Mesa, 91 of 144 passed, 63.00%.

    SOURCE:http://philippineboardexamresults.blogspot.com/2008/05/prc-april-2008-let-secondary-results.html

    asan ang BSC DAN LUIS..???? KAKAHIYA… WAG NAMAN KAYUNG MASYADUNG MANGAMBISYUN.. SUKDULAN NA KASI… PWES KUNG GUSTO NG MGA TOPNOTCHERS… IBIBIGAY KO SA IYO…PARA MAKONSENSYA KYU NG KAKACLAIM…

  54. phycophyta says :

    heto DAN LUIS o…i will give you the results of our different Board Exam…I indicate there the source to become more reliable…hindi eto basta gawa2 lamang na tulad nyu.. Sana matauhan na kyu..wag kasi kyung puro claim nalang ng walang source ha…

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
    1 POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – TAGUIG 17 17 100.00%
    . CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 14 14 100.00%
    . XAVIER UNIVERSITY 11 11 100.00%
    2 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – DILIMAN 11 10 91.00%
    3 MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY – ILIGAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 15 13 87.00%

    VETMED
    6TH PLACER: MARVIN GEÑOSO PAGOBO CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 81.38

    NUTRITION AND DIETICIAN
    1 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS 64 64 100.00%
    UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 17 17 100.00%
    CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 13 13 100.00%
    2 UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 49 46 94.00%
    3 CENTRO ESCOLAR UNIVERSITY – MANILA 11 8 73.00%

    AGRICULTURE
    RANK SCHOOL TOTAL NO. OF EXAM. TOTAL NO. PASSED PERCENTAGE PASSED
    1 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – LOS BAÑOS 106 104 98.00%
    2 CENTRAL LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY 103 54 52.00%
    3 CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 157 64 41.00%

    6TH PLACER: DARWIN MAKAILING APISTAR CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 84.17

    FORESTRY
    4TH PLACER: JOEL ANDIG MERCADO CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 86.05

    SOURCE: LAHAT PRC

    LET(SECONDARY) RESULTS As of Oct. 9, 2006
    SECONDARY LEVEL

    RANK
    1 RUTH YUHICO DICDICAN UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN 91.80

    2ND PLACER: ANTHONY MAKINANO PENASO CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 91.00

    JONATHAN PINO UBALDO UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-VISAYAS-CEBU CITY 91.00
    3 ANGELA FATIMA HILADO GUZON ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY-Q.C. 90.60
    4 CHARLES EMMANUEL MOLINA GARCIA PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-MANILA 90.40
    LEONALD CALALUAN OSERA BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY-BATANGAS CITY 90.40
    5 BILLY JOEL MONDRAGON ALMARINEZ PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-MANILA 90.20

    SOURCE:http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/showthread.php?referrerid=144589&t=274628

    NEWS:
    Most recently, a BSCE graduate, Theonette Maribijoc, placed fifth in the Licensure Exam for Civil Engineers. A mechanical engineering graduate from the College of Engineering, Engr. Angel Alagos also topped the 2004 Licensure Examination for Mechanical Engineers where CMU obtained an 88.89 percent passing rate as against the national passing rate of 45.21 percent. An agriculture graduate Roel Roy Cagmat also placed eighth in the first Board of Agriculture Licensure Examination given last 2003 One more feather has been added to the cap of CMU when her alumni made it to the top five in the Board Examination for Agricultural Engineers given last July 2004 in Manila. Engrs. Michael Manla and Elsa Egot were third and fifth placer, respectively. CMU’s passing rate then was 76.47 percent while the national passing rate was only 37.12 percent. Some BSEE students won two championship wards during the 18th IIEE Regional Quiz Show and the 6th Regional Math Wizard. Another batch of CMU graduates also registered as a 100 percent passing rate for the Board Examination for Electrical Engineers

    SOURCE:http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Central-Mindanao-University

    BASAHIN NYU…WAG LANG KASI KYU MAG CLAIM KUNG WALA KYUNG BINATBAT..DO NOT BOST THAT according to DAN LUIS– “bsu s one of the standard skuls here in mindanoa, not only in moindanao but throughout the entire country… ” just indicate your source para maniwala kmi sa inyu wag nyu kaming lokohin..

    • lovinggood says :

      ang babaw..super babaw…nag effort pa talaga magpost..eh kung gayun..ikaw mismo phycophyta ano ka na ba ngayon??? can you post any proof too na isa kang matagumpay na produkto ng cmu at bonggang bonngga ka…at alam ,mo kung paano mag act ang mga kung anung kagaya mo??

  55. proud bscian says :

    I am a product of BSC batch 2001 and took my masters in UP Diliman, I am now teaching in Western High School (one of the top high schools in the USA). There are tons of us, BSCians, who are here in the US and living up to the name of BSC. We are proud of our school. Our achievement is also an achievement of BSC (now BSU). Hindi po UGOK ang mga BSCians. We are what our school made us. Look at where we are now!

  56. Istambay says :

    Hi Proud BSCian,

    Its good to hear your side after the banters here.
    Happy New Year to all!

  57. phycophyta says :

    hi BSCians congratulations…ang akin lang kasi is…naging mayabang na ang tga BSC when they convert into BSU…I mean we are very silent and happy that there are 2 university in Bukidnon..But there are many txt that really affect our side…I dont want to enumerate it because it would create so much trouble…Happy New Year..BSUans

  58. english ni phycophyta says :

    hala si phycophyta… kung gi-look down na gyud kaau nimo ang bsu. nag look down pud ko sa imo ug sa school kung aha ka mi graduate… reread your last post and check your grammar and word usage. “BSC when they convert into BSU” arghhh! “there are 2 university in Bukidnon” eeeewww! “there are many txt that really affect our side” ha?

    Before you point your finger at BSU and say that it’s not a standard school, blame your english teachers for not teaching you the standard english correctly!

    Go back to the basics

  59. english ni phycophyta says :

    I salute you ISTAMBAY! this is such a wonderful blog! pasensya ka na kay phycophyta… masyado lang syang galit sa mundo.

    Congratulations to BSCian and sa mga teachers na nasa US. You made us very proud. If you can gather together these teachers, please do so and have your picture taken so that we can post it sa school paper! You boost our esteem.

  60. Jonah nga taga Kibawe says :

    In spite of all the put-downs of some bloggers about BSU, I can stand tall and be proud of all the past, present and future students and faculty members & staff of the Bukidnon State University. I have completed my undergrad school way back then. Didto ko sa una nagpuyo sa ilang Mr and Mrs Rafanan’s boarding house. I am also an alumni at Western Washington University in Washington State. I earned my masters degree in Rehabilitation Counseling–not bad for a product of my very own BSU. Es gali, hari kag kapaok if BSU is moving forward regardless of the ‘list’.

  61. phycophyta says :

    To: English ni Phycophyta..( primitive name for primitive school)

    Aw sory…if it wer so..i dont care !!!..I just tried to explain my opinion in a basic way…according to our devcom subject “just level up yourself to the reader ( aw sorry naa moy devcom nga subject??basig COMDEV lang..?? hahaha”) good unta if ATENISTA or UP ka…hindi kasi kyu namin ka level …Therefore you are destined any sentences/words what are we going to point with…And besides i intentionally made some clerical errors for you to asses if my gramar was wrong or not…but then you noticed it..congrats..atleast you have just proven that you are aware of somethig…(what was wrong again to my sentence??? i will w8 your answer..hehehe..isip..isip…)I dont care if you are going to post it in your news paper…a news paper wherein full of irrelevance idea and copied statement from other newspapers..hahaha..BSCians have you tried na ba na makonsensya of all the things that you have done to your students??? you are immune na kasi of spoonfeed exams kaya marami kyung product na cumlaude but then hindi naman nakakapasa sa board exams…like accountancy and education.. you have minimal na nga of engaging Licensure examinations pero ang liit parin ng mga pasing rate nyu…marami lang congratulations but you didnt include your passing rate…why??? are you afraid ba??? hahaha..I just want you to share this..none of the instructor from CMU comes from BSC because the University knows how chaos will it brought if CMU hired them..(mabubulok lang..)but some of the instructor from BSC comes from CMU..maganda na sana para ma share ang mga teaching strat ng CMU teachers kaso iba talaga ang matatalino sa bulok…hahaha…peace..Aja!!!! “CMU nunquam deficio suum discipulus ut tribuo praeclarus erudio” (aw latin yan..baka hindi nyu makuha ang meaning???)

  62. english ni phycophyta says :

    palusot! palusot! palusot si phycophyta! lalalala! palusot! palusot! palusot si phycophyta! lalalala! “the University knows how chaos will it brought if CMU hired them” wahahahaha! sakit na akong tiyan!hahahaha! magtinagalog nalang unta. hahahahaha. intentional daw pro nangutana pa “what was wrong again to my sentence?”. the mere question is wrong in itself. hahahahaha. you are so funny! and should i say, UGOK! hahahahahah.

  63. fe alava says :

    hi istambay sa mindanaw!
    Happy new year and happy 3 kings !!!! It’s been a long while I haven’t checked this page,been so busy for a couple of short vacations outside the city of orlando, florida, the amazing place of disneyland!Hope you can visit here one of these days…Do I know you in person? I hope I did met you before.

    whoaaaaa, I was struck when I visited this page today simply because of several altercations of some sort regarding the newly converted BSU. Blame it to….BLOGGERS…its nature…so they say.

    I understand BSU students are proud simply because the idea of BSC becoming a university is a kind of a dream come true being enrolled in a “university”. Horay !!!!!!!!at long last! To attain such status is something worth of a recognition for people who worked hard to achieve such goal…it’s not that easy I know! So people out there pls let’s be happy about that…if you feel happy about other people’s or school’s achievements it will surely bring about positive aura in your life…mind you,all the positive energies of the earth befall on you….that’s amazing!Be careful though of the negative ones…you might attract them the most and that all depends on you, isn’t it?

    How I wish I was still there being part of those happy and proud faces witnessing what BSC and the people of Bukidnon have achieved so far. Though, Bukidnon is not my birth place but I’m equally proud of that city because of people like Dr. Okit, Dr. Laurito,Dr. Danao, Prof.Macabata,Prof.Cagulada, finally Dr. Tumapon and Dr. Barroso, the appointing officers of their respective presidency,who had confidence in me and vouched for my capabilities,hence I considered them as the first pillars of my teaching career in BSC way back 1997. Opps…take note,they were first but there were second,third and so on and so forth.

    I believe that BSU’s status as a university is an academic journey towards academic excellence not only at one time but a continuous endeavor not only by the administration and faculty but also to students and parents or community as a whole.

    Just like any other universities, BSU has its own birth pangs so to speak. I am an alumna of Mindanao State University-Marawi City. I know my Alma Mater has its own place in the academic spectrum of excellence but it also has its own achilles heels. Just like BSC-BSU,normally, I know it has its vulnerabilities too but let’s be happy of the glorious years and achievements in the past for these happy feelings would bring about positive energies guiding along BSU’s journey towards academic excellence which is a continuous quest of any school for that matter, right?

    I was once a coach of one of the BSC’s participation in a Mindano-wide quiz bowl about Rizal’s life. Helen Pilandas was the champion, a BSIT student. Knights of Rizal staff were stunned,not expecting BSC to come out the champ because MSU was always on the top in the past years . BSC was never heard before for along time after Ms.Manginsay, if my memory serves me right, a champ, a BSC student too.What an achievement, though small to any one, but it was something of which I was a witness and I feel great. And I am equally proud of that being a part of BSC.

    I am equally optimistic BSU community will continue to take positively on the challenges of those outsiders who don’t vouch on the school’s capability towards academic growth.

    BSU’ans, love your academic competitors….hehehe…they may have some grain of truth in their own tentacles but let’s show them how educated we are in our way of managing both stresses and stressors in life…particularly in the manner we speak and write. Remember, the mouth speaks what the heart desires. The way we behave speaks what our trainings were from first at home, secondly in school. People’s condescending comments somehow has its own role in one’s life though. In work, there are a lot of wealthy employers here abroad who are so consumed of something in their lives that telling you upfront what they they don’t like in your work is a common observation….take note..they don’t mean personal about that…it’s your work that they’re not satisfied about. Filipino as I am, I’m kinda sensitive about that but I learned to manage along the way. I was telling these people of something too so we could adjust each other. It’s up to us how do we react to such challenges.Bring it on. To me, successful people are people who bloom and thrive where they are planted…and that makes life more meaningful and worth living.

    Hello, BSC students,I miss you…as your teacher before in that school,let me tell you this… be continuously equipped with what the world of work demands. As I am here in the US, there are traits, skills, talents in me as a Filipino that my American counterparts are so proud…all around man lagi..versatile ba…my experiences both vicarious and direct as a teacher and a graduate student before in BSC-BSU made me what I am today. I don’t stop learning….I keep on reading, watching american TV programs, talking to people, it’s in that way I continuosly learning including its accent….wheww..quite hard though…but anything can be learned. To me, in communication , it’s not necessarily how perfect we are in our accent the way the americans do…but at least..we understand each other…Mind you, there are even notes in the office I read and got the tendency to correct it, teacher as I was, I learned the basic semantics. There are even words I knew that these americans don’t know…what happened is that, when they looked at the dictionary….bammmmmm…it’s there….I am telling them, “well, we are not in competition here…there are things, words that I know that you don’t know…either way.The truth is, you don’t have the monopoly of knowledge either…” Yes, english is their mother tongue but in terms of vocabularies…oh my…we Filipino teachers know a lot.Though I am conversant and confident in a way(teacher baya sa BSC)but sometimes, I have a funny feeling not to speak if people around me are not of the same wave length, you know what I mean? I would say I am more confident writing my thoughts. If I have to choose, I’d rather write than speak.That’s why I like to visit this web page, so interesting to read and write. Usahay ba, mahutdan man ko sa eninglis bya pod dinhi but I don’t have a choice…wala man koy bisaya nga silingan…sa telepono ra ko makabisaya if I’m talking to my friends..very rarely though….wheww… People here are fond of saying idiomatic expressions…making me scan my repertoire and covertly scratch my head and understand it by context…good enough,i got it correctly….but you know what,if I don’t know, I would rather ask than pretend, seriously…that’s the best way so far I learned, eminent disaster is prevented,right?

    Wishing my scribblings today would give a spark of insights to BSU students and outsiders alike. Hope sharing to you my personal notes may give you some grain of humor but true life’s account of living here and give you some hints if you like to venture in the US in the future…you’ll never know. Whatever it is, the bottom line is, I am happy for BSC-BSU…. CONGRATULATIONS!You play a major part in advancing my life’s dreams here in the US.

  64. fe alava says :

    hi istambay sa mindanaw!
    Happy new year and happy 3 kings !!!! It’s been a long while I haven’t checked this page,been so busy for a couple of short vacations outside the city of orlando, florida, the amazing place of disneyland!Hope you can visit here one of these days…Do I know you in person? I hope I did met you before.

    whoaaaaa, I was struck when I visited this page today simply because of several altercations of some sort regarding the newly converted BSU. Blame it to….BLOGGERS…its nature…so they say.

    I understand BSU students are proud simply because the idea of BSC becoming a university is a kind of a dream come true being enrolled in a “university”. Horay !!!!!!!!at long last! To attain such status is something worth of a recognition for people who worked hard to achieve such goal…it’s not that easy I know! So people out there pls let’s be happy about that…if you feel happy about other people’s or school’s achievements it will surely bring about positive aura in your life…mind you,all the positive energies of the earth befall on you….that’s amazing!Be careful though of the negative ones…you might attract them the most and that all depends on you, isn’t it?

    How I wish I was still there being part of those happy and proud faces witnessing what BSC and the people of Bukidnon have achieved so far. Though, Bukidnon is not my birth place but I’m equally proud of that city because of people like Dr. Okit, Dr. Laurito,Dr. Danao, Prof.Macabata,Prof.Cagulada, finally Dr. Tumapon and Dr. Barroso, the appointing officers of their respective presidency,who had confidence in me and vouched for my capabilities,hence I considered them as the first pillars of my teaching career in BSC way back 1997. Opps…take note,they were first but there were second,third and so on and so forth.

    I believe that BSU’s status as a university is an academic journey towards academic excellence not only at one time but a continuous endeavor not only by the administration and faculty but also to students and parents or community as a whole.

    Just like any other universities, BSU has its own birth pangs so to speak. I am an alumna of Mindanao State University-Marawi City. I know my Alma Mater has its own place in the academic spectrum of excellence but it also has its own achilles heels. Just like BSC-BSU,normally, I know it has its vulnerabilities too but let’s be happy of the glorious years and achievements in the past for these happy feelings would bring about positive energies guiding along BSU’s journey towards academic excellence which is a continuous quest of any school for that matter, right?

    I was once a coach of one of the BSC’s participation in a Mindano-wide quiz bowl about Rizal’s life. Helen Pilandas was the champion, a BSIT student. Knights of Rizal staff were stunned,not expecting BSC to come out the champ because MSU was always on the top in the past years . BSC was never heard before for along time after Ms.Manginsay, if my memory serves me right, a champ, a BSC student too.What an achievement, though small to any one, but it was something of which I was a witness and I feel great. And I am equally proud of that being a part of BSC.

    I am equally optimistic BSU community will continue to take positively on the challenges of those outsiders who don’t vouch on the school’s capability towards academic growth.

    BSU’ans, love your academic competitors….hehehe…they may have some grain of truth in their own tentacles but let’s show them how educated we are in our way of managing both stresses and stressors in life…particularly in the manner we speak and write. Remember, the mouth speaks what the heart desires. The way we behave speaks what our trainings were from first at home, secondly in school. People’s condescending comments somehow has its own role in one’s life though. In work, there are a lot of wealthy employers here abroad who are so consumed of something in their lives that telling you upfront what they they don’t like in your work is a common observation….take note..they don’t mean personal about that…it’s your work that they’re not satisfied about. Filipino as I am, I’m kinda sensitive about that but I learned to manage along the way. I was telling these people of something too so we could adjust each other. It’s up to us how do we react to such challenges.Bring it on. To me, successful people are people who bloom and thrive where they are planted…and that makes life more meaningful and worth living.

    Hello, BSC students,I miss you…as your teacher before in that school,let me tell you this… be continuously equipped with what the world of work demands. As I am here in the US, there are traits, skills, talents in me as a Filipino that my American counterparts are so proud…all around man lagi..versatile ba…my experiences both vicarious and direct as a teacher and a graduate student before in BSC-BSU made me what I am today. I don’t stop learning….I keep on reading, watching american TV programs, talking to people, it’s in that way I continuosly learning including its accent….wheww..quite hard though…but anything can be learned. To me, in communication , it’s not necessarily how perfect we are in our accent the way the americans do…but at least..we understand each other…Mind you, there are even notes in the office I read and got the tendency to correct it, teacher as I was, I learned the basic semantics. There are even words I knew that these americans don’t know…what happened is that, when they looked at the dictionary….bammmmmm…it’s there….I am telling them, “well, we are not in competition here…there are things, words that I know that you don’t know…either way.The truth is, you don’t have the monopoly of knowledge either…” Yes, english is their mother tongue but in terms of vocabularies…oh my…we Filipino teachers know a lot.Though I am conversant and confident in a way(teacher baya sa BSC)but sometimes, I have a funny feeling not to speak if people around me are not of the same wave length, you know what I mean? I would say I am more confident writing my thoughts. If I have to choose, I’d rather write than speak.That’s why I like to visit this web page, so interesting to read and write. Usahay ba, mahutdan man ko sa eninglis bya pod dinhi but I don’t have a choice…wala man koy bisaya nga silingan…sa telepono ra ko makabisaya if I’m talking to my friends..very rarely though….wheww… People here are fond of saying idiomatic expressions…making me scan my repertoire and covertly scratch my head and understand it by context…good enough,i got it correctly….but you know what,if I don’t know, I would rather ask than pretend, seriously…that’s the best way so far I learned, eminent disaster is prevented,right?

    Wishing my scribblings today would give a spark of insights to BSU students and outsiders alike. Hope sharing to you my personal notes may give you some grain of humor but true life’s account of living here and give you some hints if you like to venture in the US in the future…you’ll never know. Whatever it is, the bottom line is, I am happy for BSC-BSU…. CONGRATULATIONS!You play a major part in advancing my life’s dreams here in the US.

  65. fe alava says :

    Hi istambay sa mindanaw,

    I just want to affirm that BSCians are a mixture of normal students…there are dumbs, and there are smarts. No pun intended. As I remember my teaching years in college, graduates of the BSC laboratory schools were fairly smart…I like them because of their creativity, their vibrant ideas, their skills in communication. I am thankful of their presence in my class because I like to always challenge them to talk…share their ideas…it’s in that way it created a ripple effect to other freshmen students who were graduates from other schools who seemed to be timid and shy at first. I don’t blame them because they are new in school,still on its road to transition, adjustments are expected,but later on, wow…the interaction was great. Personality wise, either outward or inwardly, these students have changed. As a teacher, I loved to see them articulate their ideas, their opinions…after all, it’s my great pleasure to watch them grow academically in their own individual paces. I’m sad though for those students who failed in my class…they just have not tried that much maybe because of some personal reasons I don’t know. I just did what I was supposed to. But I was so generous too for those students who really stunned me of their performance.

    Kudos to all BSCians-BSUans!!!!Your teachers and administrators have done their parts….it’s up to you to perform excellently at par, above or below? The choice is yours.

    BEing a cumlaude isn’t absolutely a guarantee one will pass a licensure exam. (Modesty aside, I was one of them too…by choice, my bachelor’s degree is on psychology and luckily by then we don’t have licensure examination).There are other factors to consider too. Of course, mainly , the quality of academic training students get from school is the core of it all. Sometimes the culprit is, the pressure of being a cumlaude greatly affects the person and at the time of testing, mental energies are more consumed on that thought resulting to poor performance. Training students to be academically “tough”, a kind of student who would weather all storms in the academic setting, not spoon feeding them is still the best way. Given the proper guidelines on what is expected on them and be consistent on that, I think there is growth/learning on the process.Learning in any way is a lifetime endeavor, isn’t it? So there are hopes to all late bloomers…(I was once too to some facets of life)you can be great, you can excell to whatever field your interest would lead you. Being successful is being happy in the field where one is…not necessarily, being a cumlaude.

    There are best teachers in BSC worthy of commendations because they are seriously committed to their teaching profession but there are also teachers there who seemed not to be. For those teachers who are worthy of emulations, let’s just say, JOB WELL DONE ma’am and sir for being a teacher…for being a real catalyst of change in the lives of people.

  66. fe alava says :

    HI ISTAMBAY SA MINDANAW,

    It’s me again…I’m not busy today so I have all the time sending you whatever popped out in mind as I read a lot in this web page/website or whatever you call it. My apology for that, I’m not sure of the right technical jargon…blame it to my age, or to the law of practice.

    MINDANAW is a name of an island where I was born…more specifically, in Baroy Lanao del Norte. Usahay ba disappointing kaayo makabasa ug mga panlait gikan sa mga ubang kaigsonan ta sa ubang kapopod an sa pilipinas…ilabi na sa mga estudyante sa ubang unibersidad sa kauluhan. I was once teaching in college in Paranaque, Metro Manila, I just don’t want to mention the name of such private school…confidentiality wise. As I was teaching there, I noticed my students from Mindanao felt inferior because of how their classmates from Manila treated them, looking down on them. As I challenged my Mindanaw students, they shone brightly at par with other students.

    This is one thing I noticed, students from Mindanao have heavy accent when speaking tagalog resulting to some kind of social ridicule, a disaster to anyone who is from the province you know…so I advised them to speak in English instead……straight one.. not the taglish type. I don’t allow taglish in my classroom either. So there you go, Mindanaw students were good at that…speaking english straight…do we have other choice?LOL!!!!!!!!! CONGRATULATIONS for being a Mindanaoan! It’s just a matter of practice….practice speaking the language, eventually, we would gain that confidence in speaking.

  67. Istambay says :

    Hi Maam Fe,

    Thanks for your lenghty but insightful comments!
    I appreciate it, indeed.

    I believe we have not met in person. But hopefully we meet when our paths cross.

    I finished at Malaybalay City Central School (1990) and BSC-SSL (1994).

    I took economics-management (double major) in U.P. Visayas.

    I am a journalist by profession and am based here in Malaybalay City although I’m sent on assignment at times to Davao, CDO, and Cotabato cities.

    I have deep interest in the outcome of this thread (topic) because we could see how a good news is received as a bad news to some.

    I believe however, that if this blog must be kept, it should stay as a venue for freedom of expression along with responsibility.

    The two values could be learned and that is the reason why I did not purge all the negative comments.

    I have appealed (and still appealing), however, for those comment authors to be more responsible.

    Together, let us make this venue a healthy place for decent exchanges among respectable indivuals despite our differences.

    I also invite you all readers to create your own blogs.

    It would be a worthy undertaking, if just to practice the craft of writing and providing opportunities for updating and expressing ideas.

    Happy New Year to all!

  68. fe alava says :

    Hi Istambay,

    You are right!
    I’m glad you made this page as an avenue where anyone can freely participate in. Keep up the good work…Bukidnon is proud of you for initiating blog page… I absolutely agree with you….honestly, I don’t have any clue how to make blogs…LOL !!! You are smarter than anyone I know.

  69. Jonah nga taga Kibawe says :

    Hi Fe,

    Your insightful comments made me more proud of my old school (it was BNS pa sa una) Yikes! I belong to those karaan nga students. Among my instructors were Dr Ycaro, Dr Gellor, Leony Eduave, and many more dili ko na madumduman ang uban.
    I can relate to what you mentioned about how some of the Maynilinians treated some of the folks from Mindanao like me. After graduation from BNS now BSU, I taught at Grace Christian High School, Sto. Domingo, Quezon City. Some of my fellow teachers somewhat treated me differently because of my accent kon magtinagalog lagi but I speak well in English compared to them. There were few teachers who bragged about their ‘Tate’ products like Avon they received from their relatives in USA. They wore most USA products at that time (which is no longer applicable nowadays since most of our goods here in USA are mostly made in China). Three years later, I moved to San Diego, CA and my co teachers were shocked since they never heard me talking about ‘tate’ stuff. So when they asked, I said, “You never ask me that my parents lived there in early 70′s.
    It’s amazing how some people act the way they do. I’ve traveled different countries, lived in UK for three years and seven years in Japan. Now I’m finally situated in Marysville, Washington (about 40 minute-drive to Seattle and more than an hour drive to Vancouver, British Columbia).
    Anyway, thanks again for your intelligent posting.

    Maayong Bag-ong Taon.

  70. fe alava says :

    Hi Ma’am Jonah nga taga Kibawe,

    As you I know you are from Kibawe….ohhhhhh, I am reminded by one lingering fact..that place awarded in the past as the cleanest. I’ve been to your place as I was with a group of Education faculty (with Dr. Jess Gellor,Dr. Lungay, Dr.Joy Tilanduca, etc.) observing our student teachers assigned there.

    I’m proud of you Ma’am. You are another epitome of an educated and humble Bukidnon,Mindanaoan,Filipino person who have gone that far in your career. Take note, here in the US???? Wow, BNS-BSC-BSU has once again proven its worth in its unique way …not in words but in deeds. Your track record is great ….it is a proof that where ever we are, the character, the cultural and educational background in us greatly impact our endeavor in the future.

    You inspires me..tons…thanks for enriching our Filipino image.

    Kahinumdom paka sa Bukidnon My Home nga kanta?

    Happy New Year pod!

  71. fe alava says :

    Correction pls. Im sorry, the statement should be…As I know….excuse me for my tired eyes..

    thanks…

  72. Jonah nga taga Kibawe says :

    Hi Fe,

    Thank you for the great compliments.

    OMG! How could I ever forget my Bukidnon Song…”Wherever I may roam”…I always represent the good people in my home sweet home, Bukidnon.

    You take care,

  73. Istambay says :

    Hi All!

    @ Maam Fe and Jonah nga taga Kibawe: Thanks for your exchanges.

    I would like to invite you and all other visitors of this blog to my other blog:

    Bukidnon Our Home (www.ourbukidnon.wordpress.com). It is a place blog about our province. It is just a simple podium for information.

    I hope you can visit it.

    It should have daily updates on Bukidnon!

    Cheers!

  74. fe alava says :

    Hi Istambay,

    LOL…I can’t help it but Im so happy for Filipinos like Jonah nga taga Kibawe….wheewwww…bilib jud ko ba.God bless you ma’am jonah…mosanay pa untag daghan imo kaliwat.

    Istambay, thanks for inviting me to your other blog about our province. That’s great, I would gladly visit it one of these days.

    I love Bukidnon as my own birthplace…half of my life is still breathing there as my 3 kids are still thriving in their respective quest for learning.Pulling out updates from your other blog definitely helps me.

    thanks again….God bless you and your family.

  75. brightkayokodiha says :

    phycophyta:
    1. Please lang pkilagay yung “persent” ang pasers nyu…
    2. We havent exposed kasi sa word na “losser” if we we will not accept our weaknesses..In my own assesment…

    architech:
    3. you are absolutely right phycophyta..BSC “Lossers”!!!!I have

    some of the few but obvious wrong spelling of yours.
    should be percent and loser, kakahiya kayo. classmate ata kayo.

  76. giovanni ryan says :

    great! amazing!
    Fist time nako makasulod ani na site ug first time pud nako mabasahan ang mga nka post na blogs. OMG!!in ani ba jud ang diay ang after effect being University of Bukidnon State College? Dili nako mkisawsaw pa sa mga mka nosebleed na arguments ni “phycophyta” and among others. Ang common agenda lang nman is either competent ba ang mga graduates/products sa BSU. Murag ang gilalisan raba nila ky murag ang LET/BAR results lng(correct me if im wrong) naa pa sad byami mga Bankng and Finance majors.. hhehe,,,ug uban pa nga majors..

    I am a product of Bukidnon State College (2006) major in Banking and Finance. Way back my college days, TWO THUMBS up jud ko sa ako mga mentors. Wala akong masabi. Si Maam Fe ako pa na syang naabtan pero wa nako na sya na instructor sa Psych. Dr. Un,our dean.Sir Barreto,Maam Donna Tilanduca, Maam Rosita Quibra,-my major subject instructors. Maam Mae Hope Ondap,Maam Bing Garcia, Maam Magno, Sir Jay-were some of my minor subject instructors. Atty . Flores and Atty Oquindo-my law instructors.THANKS PO.

    BSU molded me in so many ways.Dli nako ma enumerate,all i know if not because of my Alma Mater wala ko sa akong naabtan karon. I’m currently working as Assistant Crewing Manager in one of the manning agency here in Manila. A Philippine based agency under Swire Pacific Ship Management Ltd (Singapore). Anyway, this not to boost but just to justify that BSC is indeed a “premier” institution. Ila mga products naa jud mga achievement in their own field of specialization. So never jud “ninyo” i under estimate ang ako Alma mater ha..

    Thanks pala sa author ng page na ito… From now on, mag sge nakoug open ani nga page.. gtg.. see u tomorrow..

  77. mindanaw says :

    Hi Giovanni,

    It is good to hear from you. It is refreshing to hear from the youth looking back and giving honor to the institutions that formed them. I salute you on your achievements.

    I didn’t graduate from BNS/BSC/BSU (pero diha ko nag high school) but I know many friends and family members who graduated from there.

    Again, keep up the good work!

    As for the BSU detractors, I may disagree at times abut their allegations and their language but I will respect their right to say those things in this platform.

    Oh by the way, if you guys have time visit my other blog on Bukidnon at http://www.ourbukidnon.wordpress.com (Bukidnon Our Home).

    Cheers!

  78. mots says :

    bse-mathematics 2005 take one rako sa board exam.and take note i’m from bsu-mogchs external studies..tnx maam jamaca..i’m now finishing my masters at bsu din……tnx bsu be humble

  79. giovanni ryan says :

    anyone could help me? Im planning to take my MA but still undecided what school. On my list PUP, UP and PLM..

  80. fealava says :

    hi giovanni,

    How are you?

    So you are on a dilemma to what school you gonna take your MA ? Take note, any school has it’s own strengths and weaknesses in terms of academic program. Any school can be on a top list depending on what criterion is based…example, a university is number 1 based on enrolment population, you know what I mean?

    To me it would be helpful for you to first of all decide on what specific area of specialization you wanted to take. Secondly, google on the internet which of these schools you are considering would offer you the best program.Look into their prospectus, what are its academic requirements? Is the whole package of the program necessary or not necessary to your job-related promotional requirement or even beyond..like your future endeavor and future career challenges? How about the market value of that school?that means, how marketable that school is in the working place? Does that school have such integrity (so to speak) to carry on that particular MA program you gonna take?

    Having a wider background of the school you intend to enroll for your MA would be beneficial to you in making up your final decision. You’ve got to have some kind of reference point for comparison. Having said that, I think you may also wish to have an ocular visit to the school itself not necessarily so dependent on the website. Visiting the actual setting of the school would somehow give you some kind of being “in” that school, you know what I mean? I am personally concerned of this factor too because, learning environment could affect your learning performance.

    I hope I have helped you out a bit in coming up with a sound judgment. I restrained from giving you which school from your list is the best.Though I have my own preference but I refrained from doing so simply because that’s against my counselling guiding principle. I commended you for coming up with 3 major names in your list. That’s a good sign for a more mature and responsible person.

    Congratulations for all the achievements you have done so far in your life. Keep the ball rolling.
    God bless you.

  81. giovanni ryan says :

    Hi Maam Fe,

    Thanks for the inspiring thoughts and encouragements. These would somehow help me if not would serve as my basis in choosing what school to enrol.

    God Bless..^-^

  82. bekyang says :

    to giovani ryan:

    Alam mo familiar yung pangalan mo sa akin, but ako ang tatanungin dri nalang ka sa BSC woi, mabagsak pa lang ka did2 abi pa lang unsay iingun sa atoa, myu dri sa BSU pasar ka deritso, hatagan ra na nmo si mam *** us si sir *** aw sure na…hehehhe.. hi to all ACCY dra..dli na ta cge pangupya woi, hp8 ng bord exam

  83. fealava says :

    hi bekyang,

    how are you?
    With your email to giovani, you are giving me an unlikely picture of teachers in BSU. What is that supposed to mean?

  84. bekyang says :

    i dont care what you say…at least i express what i feel..now..im just kidding at that time..hahaha..what a hell word…mind your own bussiness fe alva..by the way who are you? I think your a kind of idiot who loves to leak all the ass…am i right? holy shit…!!!!

  85. Istambay says :

    Hi Bekyang.

    Greetings of Peace!

    I am the moderator of this blog. May I remind you (and all those who did a similar thing before) to refrain from being “bastos” (foul, uncouth, impolite, discourteous, boorish, vulgar or nasty) in posting your piece here. (Please refer to my side bar page called: “Reminders on Posting Comments”. It is written in English. Please let me know if I need to translate it to Tagalog or Cebuano. Thanks.)

    This online podium is for everyone so we expect freedom of expression but with respect for responsibility also.

    Ma’am Fe Alava did ask you a very valid question: what did you mean by your description of behavior of BSU teachers. Just answer it.

    You see, freedom comes with responsibility. You need to substantiate your opinion.

    We follow a rule in blogging ethics (at least in Istambay): If you can’t back your accusations with substantiation. I will purge it. Meaning: Akong e-erase. Burahon. I’m not threatening anyone. I am just trying to remind everyone that wherever we are, whether in blogs or at home, school, or in the streets, we should be responsible for our words and actions. That’s a lesson you could learn in kindergarten.

    (Of course kapuyan pod ko mangdelete. I am busy with other things. Dili pod pleasant side nga naay police diri magbantay sa blogs aron mangita og sayop sa uban. Mao gani nga ang akong hangyo, please, please, please, ayaw ninyo ni himoa nga bulangan o boxing ring kay this is supposed to be a venue for dialogue and understanding.

    I just hope the kids in here grow up and blend with the rest of the civil and responsible portion of the society (the blogosphere).

    Thanks po and pasensya sa akong probably toxic appeal!

    God Bless everyone.

    -Istambay sa Mindanao

  86. fealava says :

    Hi Istambay,

    Thank you for your reminders..You are not only a responsible journalist but a great teacher too in the making…teaching the rules/ethics that anyone participating in your blogs should respectfully observe. Great job!

    I was once a teacher in that school but now living in USA. Nonetheless, accusations without substantial evidence is to me very unfair for those teachers who dedicated their whole career life in teaching…very unfair for the administration who partially entrusted teachers who would carry out the school’s mission, goals and objectives…not fair too for taxpayers who believe that such university is a catalyst for change to achieve a better life for the province it serves.

    Though I am thousand miles away from that school, let me be clear that my spirit as a teacher is still there no matter where I am now. I was a diligent taxpayer and now helping the government sustain the global economic crunch or crisis through my dollar remittances…a good Filipino citizen not an idiot.

    I would definitely look out for what that government school stands for. Absolutely, I care about that..that’s one of my businesses I am minding about as a Filipino citizen.

    I hope this is insightful learning for Bekyang.

    Thank you. May God bless you in your journey towards transforming one self to be a responsible person.

  87. plantpathology says :

    Bastos lagee c Phycophyta aie.. im sure dli to cxa tga CMU buh.. well anyway Congratulations to BSU. Let us help to uplift the Quality of Education here in the Philippines.

  88. alanis says :

    pls bekyang away tayu sa txt send mo sa akin number mo.. ito email ad ko alanis_mars12@yahoo.com k?

  89. Ford Padla says :

    Bro, kumusta? Biboha sa imong blog oi. Ayo-ayo pirme…

  90. alanis says :

    guys na trace ra naku ang number ni bekyang…defensive kyu cya nabantayan nku cya nga ga net dri highway, now i know ho he is…
    09154284391 lets give him a blast of txt..

  91. xnecro_atenista says :

    i’m from XU – Ateneo de Cagayan . Congratulations to BSU for becoming a university. i just read phycophyta posts and it’s full of insecurities and hatred i must say. ehehe

    One Big Fight!
    Ateneo! ADMG!

  92. Philip Jarina says :

    Congratulations! You have BSC is now University. BSU should take the lead in field of industry-based e-learning where no Philippine University has actively initiated.

    philipjarina.blogspot.com
    FREE E-LEARNING FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS

  93. BSCians sad says :

    Just wondering why ganun nalang kung man lait ang mga tao sa school namin. So what if our school is not Center of Excellence in Education. By the way to what school you finished your bachelor’s degree is not the ultimate measure na magaling ka na. Purke ba BSC or BSU graduate ka lang meaning your future is nasa alanganin? Isa akong graduate ng BSC. At ngayun nasa US na nagtuturo. Marami na sa amin dito ay nagmamayagpag at ilan na rin ang nagkaroon ng pangalan. Karamihan sa mga BScians dito ay nagtuturo ng Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, and English. As a matter of fact we are distributed to different states. Some taught in California, New York, New Jersey, Boston, North Carolina, Maryland, Washington, DC., etc. Take note marami rami rin ang nagtuturo sa high school magnet schools/ performing schools sa America. So wag naman ninyung ismulin ang mga graduate ng BSC. So far wala akong na encounter dito na teacher who is a product of CMU.

    Actually each school has its own specialty. Only that BSC/ BSU is known for its education courses. For your information BSC is a former normal school . Some of its sister schools include Philippine Normal University, Cebu Normal University, Leyte Normal Univ. at iba pa. These schools are known for its educationcourses. Take note i’ve read one article before sa newspaper. May mga School Superintendents din in Mindanao ay product din ng BSC. To mention….

    1. Dr. Gloria Benigno…..Supt. in Oroquita i think before she came to bukidnon
    2. Dr. Rosemarie Gellor ( bukidnon )
    3. Dr. Hannah Magdale ( Asst. Supt. Misamis oriental / Supt. in Camiguin ) sh’es now in California

    4. Dr. Randolf Tortola ( bukidnon )

    Also.

    1. Dr. Jaime Gellor ( was former president of CMU )… pag sure mo oi..

    2. Dr. Godofredo Ycaro – PhD in Education ( Stanford University ) and former doctoral lecturer at UP Diliman. Itong si sir na ito as far as i remember ay inimbitahan ng CMU na maging moderator sa problema between CMU administration and BUFFALO / Tamaraw. ( tsk tsk tsk ). take note product sya ng BSC.

    3. Dr. Lourdes dela Torre. former high school teacher sa BSC school laboratory pinay rate ng XAvier University- College of Education.

    4. Dr. June P. Salana- currently Dean of Education sa Capitol University in CDO City.

    5. Ms. Cathy Onahon Hengania, Mathematic.s Chair ng Liceo University.

    6. Ms. Jadie . former Research Assistant sa UP math dept. shes now in US.

    7. atbp.

    purke bat bsc graduate lang kami minamaliit nalang ninyu.

    I also heard two teachers here in the US na product ng UP at UST. so far nag TNT na ngayun kasi na out sila sa system kung saan sila nag tuturo. i dont know the reason bat natanggal sila.
    sa madaling sabi hindi ibig sabihin na kung napakaganda ng school mo magaling ka na.

    kaming mga bscians pwede din kaming makipag sabayan.

    Lastly, the school where we obtain our degree is not all that matters. What matters most is how you maximize your potentials and give honor to yourself, to your family, to your alma mater and to the community.

    By;

    underdog
    USA

  94. SIC-ISIDRAN says :

    hi there!!!!!!!

    allow us to be recognized… SIC is also one of the best colleges in PHILIPPINES. u might say or react,”WHAT?????” yes!, its true. DR. Danao, one of the best prof. in the Mindanao retired in BSU yet she is still teaching at SAN ISIDRO COLLEGE and she’s the Dean Of the School of Education at SIC. SIC also has a lots and a very nice facilities that really adds learnings to the repertoire of the students. SIC also nurtures the learners in all aspects in their lives. it also Equipped the students their necessary skills in their fields of choice. SIC also developed and Strengthens the students in the field of philosophy, Sciences, Humanities. Thus saying, SIC has a nice administrators that will motivate the Learners in whole aspects as an individuals. infareness to say, SIC has a nice FUNDAMENTAL LABORATORY for all HEALTH related COURSES such as, BSN, BSM, and etc…..
    they have the best Laboratory ever….

    ISIDRAN bY HeArt!!!

  95. slu 100 says :

    Congratulations from Saint Louis University 100

  96. dan iluis says :

    whHeeww…pwerting pagyaw2x ni PHYCOPHYTA!!!!he/she was just insecure of the this school…hHmmmm..as a 4th year college of this institution, i’ve learned a lot!!!sobra…im proud that im a PRODUCT of this “college of teachers’ education” im taking up BEED.and i think, i am compitativ enuf to mingle with the other standard skuls..hulat nlng kog march, mu-paso njud go!!!!nakakapanindig balahibo nga nmn…im done with my triciary level…GO BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY!!! Stay cool and sail the ship….

  97. zyto says :

    pew….!!!!

    hi to all my friends dha

    sa BSU…si kea jane og si ronalyn…

    from zyto of CMU.

  98. doppleganger says :

    Congratulations to the CMU’ans… Board passers and Board Topnotchers especially in the field of Agriculture, Forestry, Veterinary Medicine, Nutrition and Dietitics…

    dan iluis-> paki check naman ng spelling mo… future teacher kapa naman!!!! haishh!!!! hahahahahaha…….

  99. neophytes says :

    Congratulations to the Board Passers of my beloved College here in CMU the College of Agriculture…

    1. University of the Philippines- Los Baños
    2. Central Mindanao University
    3. Central Luzon State University

    Congrats pud sa Board passers from other College… haish!!! it makes to lessen my insecurities…. hehehe..

  100. entomotaxy says :

    Katong sa mga naay plano mag College… much better to enroll in CMU?? y?

    sa akung na experience chada keu bai… kato galeng wlay pang tuition mka down bsag gmay lng (dbah chda??) dli twun magmahay ky chda kayu ang teaching sa CMU affordable sa mga kabos ug kung quality ang istoryahan chada keu… bstah!!! sa BSU- perteng mahala… bati pajud..

  101. doppleganger says :

    hahaha!!!

    entomotaxy-> hehehe.grabeeh.ka naman.yaahh!!! quality.and.affordability.CMU jud ang no.1.sa mga.fourth.year.students.review.namu.CMUCAT.hapit.na.baya.hehe

    though.CMU.is.lack.of.facilities.but.still.gaka. passed.ug.gaka.top.pajud.It.makes.sense.na.bsag.state.university.mi.still.kaya.namu.mu.passed.ug.mo.top.sa.mga.board.exam..

    To.the.BSU Community.its.a.challenge.on.your part.

  102. Ginger says :

    To Doppleganger

    Lamlam ka da. Mura na sag unsay imo aabot para mang CHALLENGE ka sa BSU.

    Ginger
    CERN ( Geneva, Switzerland )

  103. matet says :

    hello,

    just drop by sa dre. sana i update naman ng BSU yung school website nila para naman attractive.
    just like in other universities where you could see the picture and credentials of professors from different colleges / departments.

    they should also include the awards received by the school and awards won by students in any academic competitions. kana lang

  104. mindanaw says :

    Hi Matet,

    I like your suggestion. I hope I can help get the message across.

    Cheers!

    -Istambay sa Mindanao

  105. doppleganger says :

    To Ginger- hahahahahaha!!!!!

  106. Waltzib says :

    Hi Ginger and Doppleganger,

    I like the way you two exchange thoughts here, combative but decent language.
    Keep it up!

    BSU and CMU each has distinct strengths. Of course being the older institution CMU has advantages. That’s a fact. Judging BSU’s performance, it can also be like CMU given the time.
    Cheers!
    Thanks for dropping by. :)

    All the best,

    -Istambay sa Mindanao

  107. matet says :

    hi istambay sa mindanaw,

    may i have your e-mail add?tnx

    matet

  108. Jonah Tanzo Corbitt says :

    I’m a proud product of Bukidnon Normal School now Bukidnon State University. I have earned my BA in Education niadtong panahon sa mga karaan nga tawo–some of my instructors were Dr Ycarro, Dr Gellor, Leony Eduave, etc…

    I continued my studies at Western Washington University and earned my masters degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. BTW, ako mismo taga KIBAWE, BUKIDNON but I’m here now in Washington State and work for the Federal government as an adjudicator with the Department of Veterans Affairs at Seattle Regional Office. So, kadtong mga tawong baskog kaayong magdaug-daug sa BSU,
    I have proven you wrong. I may have a Bukidnon English but I’ve learned to adapt to speak American English in this foreign land.

    I would love to visit my alma mater, BSU, one of these days.

    I have noticed how some folks (nga dili ingon nato) who tried to belittle our BSU.

  109. phycophyta says :

    Pag chure Jonah ….kapamati ba nmo…. if I know most of the bSCnians are too defensive as you are they are using some of the scripted terms that make us believe you are successful, mind you we are educated enough compare to you… Paki basa gni inyong mission naay kaparehasan sa amo… be distinctive BSC.. wag kyung puro copy ng copy

  110. doppleganger says :

    There is always a competition in every aspect… Competition may give incentives for self-improvement. For example, if two universities are competing for quality education, they will hopefully improve their institution . If one University is more responsive to the needs of “madlang pipol” , this University will flourish…

  111. matet says :

    to phycophyta,

    bahalag unsa nga school imo na graduate tan what’s important is your successful in your chosen career. by the way phycophyta, may i know your credentials coz the way you speak here you absolutely belittle and underestimate the school BSC / BSU and it’s products like me. Seems sobrang galit mo sa school na ito. Feels like your taking some things personally.. If im not mistaken you were once related to a BSC / BSU person that hurts you so badly. HOpe my assumption is wrong.

    fermat

  112. doppleganger says :

    hello to the moderator…

    Phycophyta- Shut up nahh!!! kaila raba ko saimu..hehe :)

    Suggestion… maghimu nalang untag forum diri arun Lingaw… hahaha

    CMU@100

  113. doppleganger says :

    kakaawa naman ang students ng BSU… haaayyyzz… ana jud nah… Theres always a competition… normal rajud na sa mga students…

    :))

  114. Maricel says :

    Thanks Doppledanger for the symphathy. I know ur also a CMU person. Yups it’s true that students of BSC / BSU looks pity especially in the above arguments / comments. OK fine BSC didn’t make it to the TOP 20 list. BUT……… be careful that………………….several products of this fora COULD ALSO COMPETE INTO THE ARENA OF GOBAL COMPETITIVENESs. Some are saying that education graduates of BSC are poor as far as english communication is concern.Let us pause for this question . Why are so many teachers who are product of BSC / BSU are now teaching in the US? Think about it. This is an indication that their products are highly competitive. Correct me if i’m wrong. And take note they are teaching American kids. My sister is teaching in the US ( state of Texas )for about 5 years. She often said that her Principal ask her if she graduated from UP. “I’m a graduate of Bukidnon State College ” she replied. Hope I also took education during my college days. Aside of being a noble profession i’ts also one of the easiest ways to get into the US to work. But anyway i don’t have any regrets being an account here in Makati. As of now i’m taking SPED course here in Manila for the hope that someday i could step on the most powerful country in the world…

  115. mots says :

    bse-mathematics batch 95 sa bsc-mogchs external studies..take one rko sa board exam and take note wala pa jud ko nag review..and bonus is ive got a high board rating..seeeee!!!!mogchs ra gani me..unsa na kaha sa main campus…masteral ko kron oi sa bsu main., CAR nako.yeheeeeeeyy..char

  116. Tatiana Sanduan says :

    I would like to thank the moderator for taking charge of a particular blogger (you know who you are)who has negative attitude towards others.

    We live in a transparent world where people from foreign countries can browse what we have written in this site and perhaps can draw their opinions of what kind of people we are. Whether you (that negative person in the crowd) like it or not we, as Filipinos in Mindanao,represent our country. Bisag nia ta gapuyo sa third world country but we can share the world that we are descent, educated and respectful people here in the Philippines.
    I hope I am making sense to my kababayans.

  117. transit says :

    what happen to bSC? hindi na nman kyu nkapasa sa CPA…..??? wake up woi… !!! useless kyu ang nagkuha ana nga cours dra… it really shows that cmu are bounded with intellegent students…. FYI ha.. pioneering pa ang CPA dri pro 100% na.. 9 out 0f 9.. asa mo ana…??? as what i have said pionering pa na.. how much more in the near future… bacig maulawan mo first time mahitabo npud dri sa bukidnon nga naa sa cmu ang topnotcher dayun moingon npud mo nga every school has its different of field of specialty…?? paki tan aw daw inyong passing rate… hmmppppp… wag kyu puro ng claim

  118. Maricel says :

    transit.

    i agree with you. bounded with intelligent students sa imong mata. puro lang mo topnotcher. og topnotcher unsa lugar dayun. know what even in the US most of the billionaires not even finished their undergraduate degree. most of them are college dropouts. better search it in the net. even if BSC / BSU’s products didn’t make it to the top list pwede namaing makisabayan into the arena of global competitiveness, and take note may nanalo din sa international competition—–take note professional category yun ha.

  119. phycophyta says :

    thank you maricel for that such kind of idiot example… you know what… you are one of the funniest and small thinker i ever met… hallleerrr!!! the one you have mentioned “most of the billionaire not even finished their undergraduate degree” is just a bit of percentage comparing to the people who are successful in their college years… please, be a logical thinker always… do not show how poor your mind is thus, be SMART… now if the one you mentioned is true… they are only getting the sympathy of the people to follow them.. can you please add your site to become more reliable… but never mind… just search this and you will find the performance rating pf your school comparing to us…
    CMU— 9 out 0f 9— 100%
    BSC— 2 out of 2— swept 0%

    Take note ha: PRC did not even consider you as a state university based on the name of the school as what you are shouting (BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY)

  120. Maricel says :

    phycophyta

    what? im one of the funniest and small thinker uve ever met? wow sobra ka naman. your too much! if im a small thinker do you think i could met dr. nora narido and dr. nenita prado of CMU in the international gathering held at Chulalongkorn Univ. way back 2005. that time we were one of those very few people who represented the country in the parallel sessions on international undertanding that tackles on global issues underscoring graduate education. shut up phyco. u don’t know me. and for one thing do not compare me to you. our gap is so great and never attempt to outsmart me . if you know what my credentials are mapahiya ka lang.

  121. Maricel says :

    phycophyta,

    we’re not on the same level. maybe if you finished two PhD’s maybe that’s the time that you have the right to belittle a person like me who has double PhD’s ( statistics / research and evaluation)

  122. phcophyta says :

    thanks for being true… ya hindi nga tayo ka level… im just a fresh B.S graduate but i feel I have graduated my PhD the way i respond you… You may have invested more credential than me and but i feel confident that my 1 exprience is equivalent to your 100 experiences…

    • jackire says :

      hahahahahahaha!! laugh10x…amaw!!! pero ug in person nimo maistorya ni silang tanan diri…uk uk mana imong liog….get some manners ..GOOd manners..CMU failed to teach that I guess..

  123. Maricel says :

    oh really. good luck

  124. Maricel says :

    you still have lots of things to prove before you could reach to what i have right now.

  125. Istambay says :

    From the moderator:

    I thank everyone for keeping this page alive.

    My gentle reminders to keep the exchanges civil, respectful, and also directed at keeping the peace of mind and heart of all concerned.

    Diba it is always good that we are able to push a position without crossing the limits of civility?

    Let’s keep it down and cool.

    Thanks po,

    All the best of the world for all,

    Istambay

  126. GJSSN says :

    2nd sem.. paningkamot mo mga choy! BSU ta bai!

  127. doppleganger says :

    Phycophyta- Your such a Pea Brain….

  128. mots says :

    im proud of my school BSU…

  129. Tatiana Sanduan says :

    Maricel, I’m so proud of your accomplishment. Keep up the good work. It is sad how a particular blogger was very disrespectful to you–I think that person is crying for help inside because that person perhaps is insecure.

  130. phycophyta says :

    Yes I am insecure…. insecure of all your lies and foolishness… you know what reality really bites… hahaha…. merry christmas and happy new year

  131. mots says :

    phycopphyta BAYOT!!!!!!

  132. mots says :

    phycopphyta BAYOT!!!!!!..

  133. mots says :

    phycopphyta BAYOT!!

  134. mots says :

    phycopphyta BAYOT!!!!!

  135. mots says :

    phycopphyta BAYONET!!!!!!

  136. mots says :

    phycopphyta BAYOT!!!!!!///////

  137. mots says :

    hycopphyta BAYOT!!!!!!!!!!!!

  138. mots says :

    phycopphyta BAYOTEN!!!!!!

  139. hycophyta says :

    LET RESULTS:

    Schools OVER ALL PERFORMANCE
    PASS FAILED TOTAL %RATE
    BSC (EXT) 20 203 223 9
    BSC (MAIN) 152 676 828 18
    CMU 29 21 50 58

    Simbako ninyu tga BSC… naunsa naman mo??? kadaghan ba ninyu nag take ug exam din ingun ani inyung performance..??? what a shame… I think the CHED should dissolved this course… Its not really a good idea to run this anymore… just think ha… producing this huge number of graduates then hindi pa maka pasa sa board exam..??? GA claim pa nga center of excellence daw ilang education??? what a big nightmare for ambitious scholl… pag pray mo kay bro woi… Then i post pud dayun ni inyong result arun makit an sa mga passers-by.. ayaw mo pag post anang mga useless nga mga butanh like naka daug sa beasketball, pasalamat sa mga tao… hahaha Oooppppsss before ko malimut apila pud ninyu inyung accountancy.. dugay na kyu ni nigawas nga result pero wla gyud mo nag congratulate sa inyung graduates.. hangyo pud dyun ko paki butang inyung school performance… adius..

  140. Tatiana Sanduan says :

    Mots, please ignore the insecure blogger and do not stoop to that person’s level. You’re way better than that. That particular person must have had a gruesome childhood since all that person can think of is negativity and put downs to others.

    The insecure person could be in the lala land and don’t have a clue what most BSC graduates have accomplished here and abroad.

  141. doppleganger says :

    Mots- pagpuyo dira!!!!

  142. mots says :

    sorry folks..grabeh mn jud manlait si phycopyton..feeling kayo sya..bayot jud!!!!

  143. doppleganger says :

    Si Dr. Barroso ang new O.I.C sa CMU…

  144. entomotaxy says :

    kung ing ani man gani ang perception sa uban…. maningkamut ta na wala un nah.

  145. mots says :

    i have my first course sa xavier i have to say competent jud kayo ang xavier sa academics..but i found my home in bukidnon state college,where i finish my 2nd course,so if somebody ask me where did you graduated? im proud to say im frm BSU not xavier where im also graduated..im proud to say that i get so much values frm xavier, which is to be HUMBLE all the time..

  146. Bboy ronnicks008 says :

    hi firstime ko bumasa ng blog,at first di ko interesado but nung nabasa ko mga post ni phycophyta ,ayun pinagpatuloy ko na pagbabasa lagi ko inaabangan post nya ahahaha kakatawa kc xa,minamaliit nya BSU eh di nya masabi sang skul xa ,pero haltang tga CMU xa,as u said malau ang BSU sa CMU bakit ganyan ka magsalita?u mean yan ang natutunan mo sa skul nyo ouch kakatawa naman!!!ayaw ko magpost kc takot ako na mapaaway ahaha di pa naman ako nagpapatalo hehehehe.by the way BSUanz din ako dait hehehe kaso di ko natapos dalwa kong kinuha jan TOURISM major HRM tsaka SOCIOLOGY hehee

  147. Bboy ronnicks008 says :

    di ko natapos mga course ko sa bsu dahil sa kakulangan ng pera ,nung HRm pako evrytym naglalab na kami laging wla akong pera,wlang pambili ng mga kakailanganin ,kaya nanghihiram ako sa mga kaklase ko ,di parin sapat ang mga nahihiram kong pera mula sa mga kaibibigan at classmates ko kaya mga luto ko laging may kulang laging palpak.grades ko lagi ring alanganin,pagdating pa ng allawance kulang na kulang pa pambayad sa mga utang ko may boarding houz pa,kaya minsan nararanasan kumain lang ng isang beses sa isang araw ,tsamporado lang kinakain ko,awang awa ako sa sarili ko nun,pagtumigil naman ako sa pagaaral naisip ko lalong wla akong patutunguhan ,pauuwiin lang ako at maiiwan nanaman sa bukid magaalaga ng mga kalabaaw ,haizt drama na kau ni ahaha!makahilak pud tah ani!hehehehere nako manila now nagwork sako agaw then this june skul nako otro dre na pud sa jose rizal university,sa tinuod lang mas gusto ko sa bSU nlng ko,hehehe mas ok ko sa mga prof nako didto,i hope parehas lang ning mga dre heheh!

  148. SAKURA KIROMOTO...... says :

    i’m sorry mom,i got singko, i got sunggo,but see i learned…CMU ROCKS…….hoy ganahan kayu ko xa t-shirt xa CMU. “MANY HAD TRIED, ONLY FEW SURVIVED..CMU”………

    happy 100 years CMU…centennial nami……..

  149. SHIRLEY MARIE ACHUMBRE PACTURAN says :

    TO MAAM FE,
    HI MAAM KUMUSTA, USA AKO SA NAHIMO MONG TINUN-AN SA BSU (1991 TO 1995) BANKING AND FINANCE….. MISS YOU MAAM… UG SALAMAT SA IMONG NA SHARE NGA KNOWLEDGE… TAN-AWON KO NGA UTANG NGA LOOB ANG AKONG PAGKA EMPLEYADO KARON SA CITYHALL SA CAGAYAN DE ORO KANIMO UG SA BSU…….. KAY NASAYUD AKO NGA SA KAPOBREHON SA AKONG MGA GINIKANAN DILI GYOD NILA AKO MAPAHUMAN SA AKONG PAGTOON…. BUT TUNGOD SA BSC…. BISAG GAMAGY SWELDO… BSAG POBRE APAN HAMUGAWAY

  150. maria alexa xin says :

    makalingaw gyud naa pa gihapon ng away2 sa skuls?ambot na lng

  151. maria alexa xin says :

    CMU grad dn ko and assoc. nutritionist for visayas operations..anyway, war na gyud d ai? naka join pud ko b4 ana kai forward2 daun USM vs CMU, CMU vs BSC, CMU vs Liceo…thru txt tanan..text war..

  152. manuel t. ular jr says :

    im so happy that my school before becomes a university even thougth we graduate batch 2004. now all i can see that they serve it to become a BSU now. i learn a lot from that school. By the way i would like to hi hello to all GAMMA KAPPA PHI – SIGMA in that school i hope you always keep the good record of our organization and i hope will see you soon. mga ka batch ko dyan sa sa Education musta na kau lahat. now im her in middle east working im 4 yrs now her. sana balang araw kita kits tau sa BSU. hers my contact number +966552881087 GOD BLESS YOU ALL

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  154. jones kalmet says :

    Good day guys!
    I’m also a CMUans presently employed of Philippines top company (SMC), please stop quarreling each other, masyadong personalan na kasi,my fellow CMUans be humble naman.

  155. john smith says :

    good day guys….last 2009 very fruitful year for CMU, ni top 1 og top 6 ang Veterinary Medicine, ang forestry top 1 og top 4, #1 nationwide, karon 2010 last April Civil Engineering top 5, still to count….naa pay mo top soon sa bisan unse na field like Agriculture, Accountancy, Engineering,Nutrition and Dietitics,Veterinary Medicine, etc… CMU keep up the good work,proud to be CMUans…

  156. john smith says :

    Oo nga pala, before it ends, BSUans sana matauhan kayo, wag na kayong mananaginipng gising, latest 2010 May result ng CPA exam 0% kayo, nako kawawang university, i doubt binayaran yata ng BSU mgt. ang CHED para maging university kayo, BSU BSU BSU BSU BSU , hu hu hu hu. bakit naging university pa kayo, ito namang resent President niyo KAPAL ng mukha na tinanggap ang hamon na maging OIC ng CMU, hoy buwisit mag retire kana, bulati nalang ang hindi pumirma sayo,mag retire kana Mr. OIC ur useless of CMU…..

  157. john smith says :

    Oo nga pala, before it ends, BSUans sana matauhan kayo, wag na kayong mananaginip ng gising, latest 2010 May result ng CPA exam 0% kayo, nako kawawang university, i doubt binayaran yata ng BSU mgt. ang CHED para maging university kayo, BSU BSU BSU BSU BSU , hu hu hu hu. bakit naging university pa kayo, ito namang resent President niyo KAPAL ng mukha na tinanggap ang hamon na maging OIC ng CMU, hoy buwisit mag retire kana, bulati nalang ang hindi pumirma sayo,mag retire kana Mr. OIC ur useless of CMU…..

  158. tough guyz crew says :

    hoy john smith kaila kag kinumo karun……unsa daw imong ngalan beh…………may ra mana ka mangdaot samong skul hap……… kita nlng ta tga asa ka man ha unsa man problema anang ala ka sa list among skul pasagda rana ay na paglamalama diha ,sa imong paglamalama doy ikaw moy murag ala na educated …ikaw moy kapal pero ali dre kai ato ng panipson………..bogok ka man hap…..pangayan kon ti mom naw….mavoya kon ti mo ta” sultuhen ko’y mo’n………akmay kay abo’s dadakay a tawo ai tawo kava sawen …..manulib nyahahaha kasabot ka?lolz :))

  159. tough guyz crew says :

    imo pa giapil ang among president ambot nlng pagnadakpan kang bayota ka

  160. jones kalmet says :

    John Smith, if you are truly CMUans please stop that kind of bad words, sobra kana sa panlalait Pare, CMUans din ako pero kung ganyan ka kabastos,hindi kita ma accept na part ka ng CMU….

  161. tough guyz crew says :

    korek kemet pag nailhan na nimo ng xa diha sa inyo skul pakisend full nym dere ha ato ng tirahun!!111!!!!!!may ra mana sstorya dre naa ba i blogs nga pangdaot ra puros diba !personal pa jud kau magmensyon man jud og presdent pa jud sa skul ako ray naluoy nimo tawun smitha ka!

  162. john smith says :

    tough guy, saba diha,unya kung mailhan kunohay ko nimo ma crush ka nako? he he,sori my fellow CMUans i’m just expressing my right,if hindi mo ako matanggap KALMET well so be it, mga taga BSU kasi simula nang naging university sila,naging mayabang na! again SORI GUYS kung nasaktan ko kayo, masakit talaga lalo na kung BSUans ka tapos bagsak ang performance ng school niyo lalo na sa Board exam result, TALAGANG A VERY BIG CHALLENGE YAN LALO NA SA MGA FACULTY NG BSU, LET “CMU” BE YOUR INSPIRATION,KAYA NIYO YAN,SIGURO AFTER DECADES, HE HE…..

  163. john smith says :

    may pahabol pa guys, congrats to BSU college nursing, i heard na 100% daw kayo sa NURSING last November exam, pero sad to say,i heard from reliable source na binayaran daw ng BSU mgt. ang CHED para maka 100% lang, nako nakakahiya yan kung totoo ang TSISMIS na yan,sori sa taga BSU pero i proved nyo yan na hindi totoo,well tingnan natin sa 2nd batch sa Nursing nyo if excellent paba standing nyo,in fairness, ang CMU 100% sa NURSING board(1st batch),certified.

    • rizal says :

      kung ma hundred percent..binayaran..kung 0 percent …lalaitin…eh kung binayaran yan..di sana wla kayong binatbat dahil kaya palang baliin ang results….

  164. mots says :

    yawwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaa jud ni si john smith……….bayyyyyyoooot kaaaaaaaa johhnnnnnnn ssssssmitttttt….yawwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaa

  165. john smith says :

    whatever…..he he he….bato2x sa langit ang tamaan ay guilty…he he.

  166. Tatiana says :

    Please be nice to each other. Whether you’re a CMU or BSU present or former student. I congratulate you for your accomplishments. I do have a high respect in both universities. I have quite a lot of friends and relatives who were CMU graduates and they were very successful in their careers. It’s not what the stats that counts–it’s how you do well after leaving school.

    I was an average student at BSU years and years ago. I earned my MA when I came to U.S. and passed my Certification as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Currently, I work for the U.S. Federal government as an Adjudicator.

    Just an average former student at BSU,

    Tatiana

  167. jones kalmet says :

    you’re absolutely right Tatiana, congratulations to your successful career……

  168. john smith says :

    ok go ahead whatever idea comes from your mind, go ahead, basta I’ll stand with my opinion, ” BSU” is a “fake university”, sori BSCIAN’s, bagsak kasi kayo palagi sa board exam…..0% sa CPA board? for how many years, 9-18% lang sa teachers board? nakakahiya naman kayo,wake-up Mr. Barroso, marami kang dapat ituwid sa school mo…

  169. john smith says :

    again BSCIAN’s sori for negative impressions, he he…again bato2x sa langit ang tamaan ay guilty…diba sadi ni Ted FAILON: “ANG PIKON AY LAGING TALO”, if hindi totoo ang allegation ko bakit galit ka sa mundo MOTS?……..he he he he he…..

  170. Tatiana Sanduan says :

    My congratulations to all past, present and future students and faculty members of the Bukidnon State University. Job well done. Stay focus on the bright side and move forward.

  171. excalibur says :

    dili man na sa eskwelahan bay, sa estudyante man na. dili porke nga taga CMU ka, bright ka na, or taga BSU ka, bugok ka. nakaeskwela ko aning duha ka tunghaan. wala man ingon nga nibugok ko pag eskwela nako sa bsu. daghan pud kog mga classmate sa CMU sa una nga mga talapungo gyapon. so wala nagpasabot nga taga CMU ka, maayo ka. so, dili magmatter ang eskwelahan. dako akong result sa CMUCAT kaysa BSUCAT, 99+ akoang result sa CMU, 98.87 sa BSU. morag mas lisud pa ang entrance exam sa BSU kaysa CMU

    Sa ato pa, walay kainan.

  172. alanis says :

    excalbur…. pag chure oi…. whahaha… dont be defensive…. by the way phycophyta is back… 8s time to criticize again..well…well..well…. kumusta ang board exam sa accountancy ninyu? ayaw ingna d napud mo mo post sa gawas ky bagsak napud halosa estudyante??? ang nursng???? education??? mga walay pulos inyung gipang post sa atubangan….

  173. good samariatan says :

    hello guys, john smith is back again, BSCians wake-up you have to triple your time if you could compete CMU, anyway Alanis is correct, only 4 courses offered by BSC with board exams namely: education, nursing, accountancy and LAW? and yet what an embarrassing? o come on BSC, wake-up……………….

  174. mots says :

    bayot galing ni si johnsmith tana lang nako..

  175. Good samariatan says :

    charrrrrrr…………he he he …….masama ba ang magsabi ng totoo.

  176. mots says :

    bayot galing ni si good satan,tagna lang nako.

  177. Good samariatan says :

    ha ha ha ha! ang pikon ay laging talo, kaya galingan niyo mga BSCians ang Board exam para kaming mga CMUans mag appreciate naman sa inyo, hayan latest result sa Nursing niyo biglang bumagsak sa 75%,iyan pa naman ang tanging panlaban niyo,i suspect patuloy pang pababa yan to 0% gaya ng accountancy niyo, mark my word, lol……….

    • lovinggood says :

      ui mark his word daw…comparing sa bsu..eh kung sa iba i compare wla namang binatbat…bsu ra daun cge palabwan nila..hahaha!! mas kawawa ang mga arrogant na imbis maging mabuti at edukado…naging masasamang ehemplo…

  178. Walter Balane says :

    Hi EVERYONE,

    My intentions in putting up this blog included providing space for discussion of public issues. A one to many communication model is already passe. A blog is an example of a “many to many” scheme, which helps in putting into light the opinions of as many people as possible on a subject matter or matters.

    So far, with this single post, I am happy that it drew such following.

    The topic of inter-school competition is healthy. But inter-school pittance such as a portion of the discussion above is unproductive, if not distasteful.

    Please try to keep this as an open space for productive, reasonable, and insightful discussions.

    I did not expect to find “dirty restroom graffiti” in a blog, which is a public domain.

    Unless, those who key in such unwanted comments purposely throw disrespect to the bearer of the blog AND the general public who follows it.

    Sa Binisaya pa, ayaw tawon ninyo himoa ning akong blog sama sa dingding sa kadaghanang public C.R., puno ug kiris-kiris sa mga pinulongang walay unod, walay tumong, ug binastos.

    Paghatag og respeto aron respitohon pod ka.

    Peace!

    Sa kanunay,

    Istambay sa Mindanao

  179. Good Samariatan says :

    ok np worries, so ceasefire muna…………….

  180. mots says :

    bayot galing ni si good satan,tagna lang nako..

  181. phycophytas says :

    TOP 10 UNIVERSITIES OF THE PHILIPPNES 2011… http://www.bazics.net/2011/05/top-10-philippine-universities-2011.html CONGRATS BSU..I MEAN CMU..nyahahaha

  182. Good Samariatan says :

    hahay, to those students currently enrolled to BSU esp. their main campus, remember this song, “IT’S SAD TO BELONG” he he, in fairness to BSU Tandag Branch,currently have
    2nd placer of the latest teacher’s board, what a big nightmare/embarrassing to the main campus, producing a huge numbers of graduates and yet?….he he, never mind nalang…

  183. Istambay sa Mindanao says :

    The idea of bringing out the QS research results here is brilliant. Some how it lends sense to the discussions on quality education.

    Congrats to CMU!

  184. mots says :

    uyab galing ni si Good Samariatan ug phycophytas..tsupa tsups..

  185. Good Samariatan says :

    wow! parang brand ng LOLLY POP he he, ……

  186. phycophytas says :

    nursing board exam…..http://www.prc.gov.ph/uploaded/documents/NURS1210ps.pdf wake up BSU!!!!!!!!! congrats CMU

  187. mots says :

    ikaw phycophytas ug Good Samariatan haaap kusion nako nang inyong intel karon…haaaap!!

  188. Good Samariatan says :

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