Magna Carta of Students

Salient Features of the Student Rights and Welfare Bill

I. RIGHT TO ADMISSION WITHOUT UNDUE DISCRIMINATION

No student shall be denied admission to any school on account of his/her physical handicap, socio-economic status, political and religious beliefs, sexual orientation or membership of student organizations, nor shall pregnant students certified reformed drug abusers and those suffering from immune deficiency syndrome be discriminated against

Failure of or refusal of student to sign waiver documents prepared by the school administration shall not constitute a ground for his/her non-admission.

Students shall have the right freely to choose his/her fields of study subject to existing curricula and to continue his/her course up to graduation except in case of academic deficiency or violation of disciplinary regulations that do not infringe upon the exercise of student’s rights and welfare.

II. RIGHT TO COMPETENT INSTRUCTION AND RELEVANT QULAITY EDUCATION

Every student shall have the right to competent instruction and quality education relevant to his/her personal and cultural development and that of the nation.

Students shall have the right to make a written evaluation of the performance of their teachers towards the end of the school term.

III. RIGHT TO ADEQUATE WELFARE SERVICES AND ACADEMIC FACILITIES

It shall be the responsibility of the school administration to provide the students with adequate welfare services and academic facilities relative to the financial capacity of the school.

The school shall endeavor to provide free annual physical check-up to the students. It shall be the responsibility of the school authorities to provide students with adequate laboratory, library, research, recreation and physical education facilities.

It shall be the responsibility of the school administration to promptly notify student concerned of letters and other communications it receives in behalf of the students.

IV. RIGHT TO ORGANIZE STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Unity and collective effort being fundamental in realization of common goals and the promotion and protection of common interest, the State recognizes the rights of the students to organize among themselves.

The rights of the students to form, assist, or join other organization, alliance or federation for their physical, intellectual, moral, cultural, civic, spiritual, and political interest shall not be abridged. Pursuant thereto, the practice of making students sign waiver document which states that they are not members of and will not join a specified organization before being allowed to enroll is hereby prohibited.

V. RIGHT TO BE ACCREDITED AND GRANTED OF PRIVILEGES TO STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

No unreasonable requirements shall be imposed on student organization seeking recognition.

Accreditation shall be granted upon the submission by the organization concerned of its concept paper and constitution and a formal letter addressed to the student council stating the organizations intent to be accredited.

At tertiary level, the student council in coordination of the student affairs office shall take charge of the accreditation and re-accreditation of student organizations. The student council and the council of leaders composed of heads of different student organizations shall formulate the guidelines concerning accreditation jointly. The student council shall oversee the implementation of these guidelines and mediate in instances of conflicts.

There shall be no discrimination in the assignment of school facilities and granting of other privileges to student organizations. The school administration shall endeavor to provide, free of charge, a hall of or building to house the offices of the different student organizations within the premises of the school.

Excessive charges for the use of school facilities shall be prohibited. Whenever possible, the school administration shall allow student organizations to use school facilities free of charge.

All on and off campus activities of student organizations shall be coordinated by the student council/government.

VI. RIGHT TO ORGANIZE A STUDENT COUNCIL/GOVERNMENT

The State shall ensure the existence of democratic autonomous student councils/governments. Pursuant thereto, there shall be one university student council/government for each school campus that shall be given recognition by the schools, colleges and universities concerned. It shall have its own set of officers elected in annual popular elections. Every student council/government shall have the right to determine its policies and programs on student activities subject to its duly ratified charter or constitution and to school rules and regulations provided the same do not infringe on the basic human rights.

VII. Student COUNCIL/Government Charter or Constitutions

The Student Council/Government Charter or Constitution shall be formed by the representatives of all student organizations in a school and shall be ratified by the student body.

VIII. FORMATION OF THE STUDENT COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS

There is hereby created a Commission on Elections (COMELEC) that shall conduct and oversee the election of officers of the student council/government. The Student Affairs Office shall choose the members of the Commission from among the list of the nominees recommended by the student council/government.

Once constituted, the COMELEC shall be independent and autonomous from any sector of the school and shall ensure the conduct of clean, honest and peaceful elections. The school must provide the COMELEC sufficient funds to ensure the success of its goals and objectives.

IX. PROHIBITION IN THE USE OF FORCE AND EXACTION OF EXCESSIVE FEES

All campus organizations shall be prohibited using force in the initiation of and exacting excessive fees from their members as well as their other student activities.

X. REPRESENTATION IN POLICY – MAKING BODY

As far as practicable and consistent with school rule’s and regulations, there shall be a student representative in the policy-formulating body of the school. The duly elected student representative from the selection process of the Student Council/Government shall represent the student body to the policy-making body. He shall have the same rights as that of the regular member, but his privileges shall be limited to reimbursement for actual expenses in attending meetings.

XI. RIGHT TO BE INFORMED

The rights of the students to information on matters directly or indirectly affecting their welfare shall be recognized. Access to official records and other pertinent documents and papers pertaining to official act, transactions or decisions shall be afforded by the students subject only to reasonable regulations that maybe imposed such as time for examining the documents and other papers to prevent loss or damage of the same.

XII. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

Subject to existing laws, students shall have the right to freely express their views and opinions. They shall have the right to peaceably assemble and petition the government and school authorities for the redress of their grievances. Pursuant thereto, no school regulation shall be imposed violating or abridging the student’s right to assembly.

Student shall have access to print and broadcast media in their information activities. They shall also have the right to print, circulate and/or mount leaflets, newsletters, posters, wall news, petitions and such other materials. Pursuant thereto, the school authorities shall ensure the provision of facilities such as bulletin boards for the mounting of the aforementioned materials.

School authorities may designate a certain area on every campus as a freedom park where students, can freely discuss issues directly and indirectly affecting them.

XIII. STUDENT PUBLICATION

Students shall have the right to publish student newspaper and other similar publications, print in their pages materials that they deem in pursuance of their academic freedom and freedom of expression in accordance with Republic Act NO. 7079, otherwise known as the “Campus Journalism Act of 1991.” Pursuant thereto, no individual who is not a staff member of the publication shall determine its content. The role of the faculty adviser in the student newspaper shall be limited to technical guidance.

The selection of the student editor-in-chief and his/her staff shall be made by annual fair and competitive examinations to be administered by an impartial Board of Judges.

The editorial staff shall observe the ethics of professional journalism. It shall be the responsibility of the editorial staff to ensure that the student paper is not used for purposes contrary to law.

The editor/editorial staff shall, unless sooner removed for cause and with due process, be assured of security of tenure for the duration of his/her its prescribed term.

XIV. ACADEMIC FREEDOM

Students’ academic freedom shall consist of, but not limited to, the following rights:

  • To conduct researches in connection with academic work, and to freely discuss and publish their findings and recommendations;

  • To conduct inquiry within the campus in curricular and extra-curricular activities;

  • To choose a field of study and to pursue the quest for truth; to express their opinion on any subject or public or general concern which directly or indirectly affects the students of the educational system;

  • To invite off-campus speakers or resource persons to student-sponsored assemblies, fora, symposia, and other similar activities;

  • To express contrary interpretations or dissenting opinions inside and outside the classroom;

  • To participate in the drafting of a new curriculum and in the review or revision of the old;

  • To participate in the drafting and/or revising of the student handbook which shall include the school rules and regulations, a copy of which shall be furnished the students upon admission to the school; and

  • To be free from any form of indoctrination leading to imposed ideological hegemony.

XV. RIGHT TO DUE PROCESS

A student subject to disciplinary proceedings shall have the right to defend himself, to be heard and to present evidence on his/her behalf before an impartial body. There shall be a Student Disciplinary Board to be composed of one (1) representative from the school administration, two (2) faculty members and two (2) students to conduct investigations into and decide on cases of student violations of disciplinary standards. Both the faculty and the student representatives shall be endorsed by the student council/government.

The blacklisting, expulsion, suspension and other such disciplinary sanctions that maybe taken against a student shall not be valid unless the following rights have been observed and accorded the student:

  • The right to be informed in writing of the nature and cause of the accusation against him/her;

  • The right to confront witness against him/her and to full access to the evidence in the case;

  • The right to defend himself/herself and to be defended by a representative or counsel of his/her choice, adequate time being given to him/her for the preparation of his/her defense;

  • The right to a hearing before the Student Disciplinary Board;

  • The right against self-incrimination; and

  • The right to appeal adverse decision of the Student Disciplinary Board to the governing board and ultimately to the appropriate education agencies.

The decision in any disciplinary proceeding must be rendered on the basis of relevant and substantial evidence presented at the hearing, or at the least contained in the record and disclosed to the student affected.

The deciding body should, in all controversial questions, render its decision in such a manner that the issues involved, and the reasons for any decision rendered are made clear to the student.

Disciplinary sanction shall be corrective rather than punitive or penal in nature. The gravity of disciplinary sanctions must be proportionate to the seriousness of the violation committed.

The Office of the Guidance Counselor of the respective schools in consultation with the Student Disciplinary Board shall publish on a periodic basis acts that are deemed violative of the school rules and regulations and the corresponding disciplinary sanctions. Provided, that such rules and regulations do not violate the rights guaranteed herein and under the Constitution.

XVI. RIGHT AGAINST UNREASONABLE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES

Every student shall be free from any form of unreasonable search and seizure. Except for the following instances no search or seizure of a student shall be deemed valid:

  • Searches made at the point of ingress and egress by authorized personnel of the school;

  • Searches and seizure of illegal articles or articles falling in the plain view of dully authorized personnel;

  • Searches and seizures of articles that are illegal, discovered inadvertently by duly authorized personnel;

  • Searches made when the student is about to commit, is committing or has just committed a crime or a serious infraction of the school’s rules and regulations;

  • Searches made with a valid search warrant.

Articles seized in violation of the hereinabove provided rights shall not be used as evidence against the student in any disciplinary action that may be brought against him/her.

XVII. ACCESS TO SCHOOL RECORDS AND ISSUANCE OF OFFICIALS CERTIFICATES

Subject to the provision of the following section, every student shall have access to his/her own school records, the confidentiality of which the school shall maintain. He/She shall have the right to be issued official certificates, diplomas, transcripts of records, grades, transfer credentials and other similar documents within thirty (30) gays from the filing of request and accomplishment of all pertinent requirements.

XVIII. SECURITY OF TENURE

It shall be the right of students to finish their entire courses of study in a given school, except in cases of academic deficiency or violation of disciplinary regulations.

In cases wherein the school authorities refuse to allow a student to enroll for the subsequent semester or year due to the causes hereinabove stated, the student may appeal such ruling to the appropriate education agency

XIX. PROHIBITION AGAINST INVOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS

Except those approved by their own student organizations, all-involuntary contributions shall be prohibited.

XX. COLLECTION OF STUDENT PAPER AND STUDENT COUNCIL FEES

The school administration shall assist the student paper staff and the student council/government, in their financial needs through the collection of student paper and student council fees from the students.

The student paper fees shall be held in trust for their unhampered use in the publication of student paper.

The full amount of student council fees shall be turned over to the student council within fifteen (15) days from the assumption of office of the Student Council Officers.

XXI. PRIVACY OF COMMUNICATION

The privacy of communication and correspondence among students shall remain inviolable.

XXII. SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS AND PRIVILEGES

Opposition to school policies inimical to students’ interest shall not be a ground for denying or withdrawing scholarships grants and privileges to deserving students.

XXIII. RIGHT TO ADEQUATE AND SAFE HOUSING/DORMITORY FACILITIES

The state and the respective school authorities shall endeavor to provide the students adequate, safe and clean housing facilities.

XXIV. PROHIBITION AGAINST MILITARIZATION OF THE SCHOOL CAMPUS

The pursuit of academic excellence and exercise of academic freedom can be attained only in an atmosphere free from fear and unreasonable restraint. Pursuant thereto, no military detachment shall be installed on the school campus.

Military elements and/or policeman in uniform or in plain clothes and school security forces shall not interfere with student activities, particularly peaceful mass actions, inside the school campus.

XXV. FIREARMS BAN

Students shall not be allowed to carry firearms inside the school campus.

They shall be required to deposit such firearms with the school security force prior to their entry to the school premises.

Bill includes:

  1. Monitoring mechanisms
  2. Sanctions

Please click HERE for a copy of the Students’ Rights and Welfare Bill and HERE for a copy of the consolidated bill for Magna Carta of Students.

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41 responses

4 09 2009
Wyllene

Good day to all!! This is the first time that i read the magna carta of students. Thanks to scap for informing me about it. I have so many realizations, hehehe

24 09 2009
FreeSince09

I can honestly say it’s incomplete

20 10 2009
zanjenheart

eto pala ang magna carta.. hehehe

20 10 2009
zanjenheart

i hope my shortcut pra hndi magastos xa ink pg prinint na.. wahahaha

25 11 2009
dexter

i thought it is justifiable!

6 12 2009
dexter f. rogon

sir,mam:
The Supreme Student Council (SSC)INNOVATIVE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY would like to get link to other schools, colleges and or universities for the student leadership enhancement, since we are very willing.

I personally, write this for the general welfare of my co-official in SSC and for the betterment of course not only to our school but to the nation as well.

hoping for your favorable response. Here is my contact number, DEXTER F. ROGON 09215403714
More power and God Bless!

4 03 2010
stephany

this is so helpful for us students…because this informs us our rights…

10 06 2010
Elor

OUR RIGHTS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN STEPPED UPON AT…

THE FATIMA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE – OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY

FOR THIS INSTITUTION CLEARLY VIOLATES THE MAGNA CARTA OF STUDENTS, IN FOLLOWING SECTIONS…

XVII. ACCESS TO SCHOOL RECORDS AND ISSUANCE OF OFFICIALS CERTIFICATES
Subject to the provision of the following section, every student shall have access to his/her own school records, the confidentiality of which the school shall maintain. He/She shall have the right to be issued official certificates, diplomas, transcripts of records, grades, transfer credentials and other similar documents within thirty (30) gays from the filing of request and accomplishment of all pertinent requirements.

… FOR OVERTLY REFUSING TO RELEASE TRANSCRIPTS OF RECORDS AND DIPLOMAS OF ITS DOCTORS OF MEDICINE GRADUATES WITHOUT THE LATTER ATTENDING THEIR FREE 6-MONTH MANDATORY BOARD REVIEW AND PASSING THEIR OWN MOCK-BOARD EXAM WITH OUT-OF-THIS WORLD, UNREVIEWED QUESTIONS.

TO ALL INCOMING FRESHMEN, PLEASE INVESTIGATE BEFORE ENROLLING. YOU HAVE PLENTY OF PEOPLE AROUND YOU TO ASK ABOUT THIS SCHOOL. BELIEVE WHAT THE MAJORITY HAS TO TELL YOU. THE TRUTH WILL “KEEP” YOU FREE.

OTHER VIOLATIONS OF OUR RIGHTS:

XI. RIGHT TO BE INFORMED – YOU NEVER GET TO SEE YOUR GRADES UNTIL YOU RECEIVE YOUR TRANSCRIPT.

VI. RIGHT TO ORGANIZE A STUDENT COUNCIL/GOVERNMENT – IT NEVER EXISTED AT FATIMA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.

SO FRESHMEN… WANNA GROW OLD IN MED SCHOOL?? CHECK US OUT. WE’LL LET YOU MARCH ON STAGE, GIVE YOU A ROLLED PIECE OF BLANK BOND PAPER AS A DIPLOMA, THEN START YOUR COMPULSORY 6-MONTH STAY WITH US AND WE WILL TELL YOU TO TAKE YOUR BOARD EXAM AT THE TIME OF OUR CHOOSING. (PREFERABLY FEBRUARY SO YOU CAN EITHER TOP OR AT LEAST PASS – YOU KNOW WE COULDN’T COMPETE FACE TO FACE WITH NON-REPEATERS TAKING THE AUGUST BOARDS)

10 06 2010
Elor

WHAT IF WE NEED A DIPLOMA OR TRANSCRIPT FOR PURPOSES OTHER THAN TAKING THE BOARDS? WHY WOULD WE STILL NEED THEIR APPROVAL PRIOR TO HAVING IT???

THEIR CLEARLY STEPPING ON US STUDENTS.

WARNING TO ALL: NOW THAT YOU KNOW HOW IT IS TO BE IN FATIMA… THINK TWICE.

TAPOS SASABIHIN NILA… “E KAYO KASI E… ALAM NYO NANG ME GANUN, DITO PA DIN KAYO NAG-ENROLL….” — NGEK? TAYO PA PALA ANG MAY KASALANAN???

13 08 2010
renegade

I believe dapat magkaroon ng simultaneous referendum ang lahat ng mga student bodies in the whole country to press the respective administrations ng mga SUCs at PHEIs for the adoption of Student Rights and welfare policy sa mga schools, then hindi lang sapat ang pagpasa nito at ng Magna Carta into laws dapat rin iamend ang Higher Education Modernization Act. dapat lahat ng mga policy making bodies ng schools at academic council, ay mayroon ding student representatives. MABUHAY ANG MASANG ESTUDYANTE!

8 01 2011
masahista

good day po sa lahat. im a student of one of the schools in DGTE. some things are bothering me with the current administration. The new Administrator was appointed directly and did not go any procedures as it should have been. the problem is the new administrator is the wife of the previous administrator. newly weds. Some faculty inquired why she was appointed when she has no any previous administrative experience and she’s not qualified given that she’s a graduate of BS Ed Elementary/Secondary Education without MA. But, to their dismay the previous administrator said “because she’s my wife”. Now, this new administrator is requiring all students to join a convention which is not even part of the school curriculum. She’s not even considering that the students have to pay P3000.00 and then the week after the said convention is the schedule for the midterm exams. For me, who’s not joining, its ok if those who’ll attend will be given extra points but that’s not the case. In fact, they’ll be giving sanctions to those who’ll not be joining.

I really need help on what to do… i do have plans on running for SG position next school year against the current school administration. tnx tnx tnx ^_^

11 01 2011
scapnational

Hi “masahista”! Thank you for taking interest in SCAP. We need to have a sit-down meeting in order to sort out this issue in your school. Please e-mail to scap.national@gmail.com your contact details.

-Gibby, SCAP Secretary General

10 05 2011
jeff cabal

MAGNA CARTA FOR STUDENTS… justified!

6 06 2011
Carles Xabier

THE MAGNA CARTA FOR STUDENTS IS DEFINITELY ANTI-TEACHER BECAUSE IT VIOLATES ACADEMIC FREEDOM OF TEACHERS AND ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS.

LONG LIVE THE TEACHERS!!!

6 06 2011
scapnational

Hi Carles Xabier,

Contrary to what you are saying, the STRAW Bill, or the Magna Carta for Students Bill, is not anti-teacher. It upholds the academic freedom of academic institutions by recognizing the role of all stakeholders within it. The students should have a hand on the pedagogy and the curriculum in order for the institution to be more responsive and liberating. However, if you could state your reasons why you think that the bill is anti-teacher, we would be very happy to answer them. We also invite you to the deliberations of the bill.

SCAP National Secretariat

25 06 2011
mindaliza carritero

i am a teacher in the Secondary School and i do believe that what was in the context of the magna carta for students is not anti teacher…it all depend on how it will be translated and understood by those who will impose it.The problem with laws is that it is made to be abused and violated.Abused by the respective recipient and violated by the ones who needs to follow ……

9 07 2011
masahista

Good Day again ^_^ its been a while since i last posted here but i made sure that i am able to read all the updates. i was so suppose to email the Secretary General regarding the issue i posted earlier.
Supposedly, together with some students, we had plans on running for the SG. but, before we could even file, we were informed by the our class adviser that we wont be able to run for any position for the SG since we were “Octoberians”. Though we’re “Octoberians”, we are not graduating this school year but next october.
So, the election came and i believe the winning SG president and most of the officers that won from their thicket are the admins “angels” but im printing the magna carta right now so i could give the SG pres a copy to be aware of the student rights. and implanning to propose transparency on student collections and if possibly she could have it posted on the bulletin board.
I am hoping that the SG pres right now would not violate any of the rights. and im please enlighten me.
Thank you

10 07 2011
scapnational

Hi!

You may email us at scap.neb@gmail.com for updates in your school or if you want us to help train your newl-elected student councils. thanks!

-SCAP National Secretariat

13 07 2011
Helen Grace Dimog

hi
Im former student council auditor of our college IN TUA
honestly this is the first time that i heard about this MAGNA CARTA FOR STUDENTS bcuz our dear CENTRAL STUDENT COUNCIL could not inform this to us and our school all CAN say is do’s and dont’s …. IN OUR SCHOOL
by the way our csc is only visible during elections, project presentations and many issues about them
and now that im a 4th year student in our school and im thinking this could be my topic on my research

can you help about this???

18 07 2011
scapnational

Hi Helen. You may email us via scap.neb@gmail.com for your concerns. We are excited to know more about your student council and its affairs and how you will go about with your research.

-SCAP National Secretariat

3 08 2011
hammer bantic

this is it magna carta a students privilege i think ,correct me if i’m wrong ,i think this is being practice by college students here at mountain province state polytechnic college.please visit mpspc community on Facebook for further additional information thank you

3 08 2011
hammer bantic

this is it magna carta a students privilege i think ,correct me if i’m wrong ,i think this is being practice by college students here at mountain province state polytechnic college-bontoc campus, bontoc mountain province.please visit mpspc community on Facebook for further additional information .
thank you

30 08 2011
Crushedbut Notdestroyed

Haiz! Sana lahat ng students alam toh…

6 09 2011
Ronald Al Jurado

it maybe practice in other university.. but sad to say, majority of all article were violated in mindanao state university.. this not to reduce merit in our university. we are actually doing something in pursuant of the magna carta for students’ right.. :)

21 09 2011
rose ann

gooD day..this is ann and Im doing a thesis for student awareness on their rights and privileges in school.thank you for the information…

thanks…………………………

21 09 2011
rose ann

hI..its me ann …. Im doing a thesis for student awareness on their rights and privileges in school.thank you for the information…

thanks…………………………

27 09 2011
vonn

Paki post ho ung full bill ng Magna Carta of students…

Ano na po ang status nitong bill na ito?

30 09 2011
scapnational

Hi Vonn!

The bill can be downloaded from http://www.congress.gov.ph. The bill is currently with the Committee on Higher and Technical Education.

4 10 2011
Mochael

is this still a bill or is there already a republic act for this?

5 10 2011
scapnational

This is still a bill pending under the Committee on Higher and Technical Education.

22 02 2012
dhumellb

hi good day ahead am dhumell banguis a student,my concern know is our sbo-or student body organization our school is collecting fines during activities if the student cannot attend the seed activities of our colleges,+

4 03 2012
Dodz

i just wanna know if i can defend my right to run for as a presidential candidate by using this pending house bill as my basis…

4 03 2012
Dodz

i just wanna know if i can defend my right to run for as a presidential candidate by using this pending house bill as my basis…

8 05 2012
Leo

Are the clinical instructors or professors there entitled to take away the student’s right to choose which section he/she wish to enroll in? I’m planning on taking up nursing there in cebu and heard that during the student’s 3rd or 4th year they are reshuffled in the other sections. I haven’t read anything here that states the student’s right to choose. Thanx

18 06 2012
Depressed 'cause of a terror teacher

I’m actually so depressed right now kaya ako napunta sa page na ‘to kasi I’m trying to look for that one exact section na eye-opener sa mga terror teachers na sobra kung makapag-correct sa students but, i know naman na ok lang mag-correct pero hindi naman yung sobra na makakapagpaiyak na sa students :( actually sobrang napahiya ako kanina pero hindi lang naman ako kasi lahat kami pinapahiya nya sa harap ng classmates namin (except for her favorites) at ayun! Isa pa, dapat all students are equal hindi yung may mga students na uutusan ng mga teachers pati ANG PAG-COMPUTE NG GRADES! Imagine that!
Yan lang masasabi ko sa ngayon.

-pasensya na po kayo … masyado ko lang talagang dinamdam ang pagpapahiya ng “TERROR TEACHER” ko!

21 06 2012
dimple

hi…is it included in this bill the protection of students against abusive doctor teachers in med school?

4 07 2012
ronald

hi,
is there any law which is similar o the magna carta of students or any law protecting the rights of the student councils/

6 07 2012
tams

are those rights only covers the PHL jurisdiction? or does the other state/s acknowledge the same view?

31 07 2012
adallamado

meron po bang law na naglalaman na ang isng estudyante ay mayroong karapatang makakuha ng exam kahit na hindi nya naipasa ang notebook na pinapapasa ng guro nya…..db po meh krapatan na ang isang estudyante na makakuha ng exam kh8 hindi bayad ng tuition tpos ung notebook lang hindi na akong pdng magexam…:(

16 11 2012
Nathaniel Pagsidan

pwede po magtanong.,qng sino po ang may idea sa problem namin pkishare n man po.,I am the President of SSC of a Maritime School in Bicol.,hindi namin hawak ang binabayarang SSC fee ng mga studyante,accounting office ang may hawak nito and every activities na gagawin namin ay kailangan dumaan sa mahabang proseso.,lagi ngang di natu2loy dahil sa delay ng transaction.,minsan nga kmi n lang ang gumagastos para m2loy lang ang isang act..ano po bang dapat gawin para marelease ang fund sa amin.,??kailangan ba tlagang sila ang may hawak ng fund namin?.or may batas po na nagsa2bing dapat ang student coucil ang may hawak ng fund?.tnx po.

23 01 2013
Shanndy Handumon

Does the school have the right to unlock and search confiscated phone???

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