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SEAOIL and Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig partner to boost students’ learning

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In fulfilling its vision to fuel a better future for Filipinos, SEAOIL, the leading independent fuel company in the Philippines, inks a partnership with the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig (PLP) to spearhead its Angat Pangarap program.

Through the initiative, SEAOIL will provide PLP with P1M that will be awarded as incentive to PLP student(s) who will place first in the National Licensure Examinations in the following courses: Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering, Bachelor of Elementary Education, and Bachelor of Secondary Education.

The program will run for two (2) years. The amount that will not be utilized will fund training and research programs for the faculty to strengthen the quality of education in the university.

“Our students are the future of this society, hence we need to ensure they are driven to maximize the resources available to them and be accountable for their own learning. I hope this initiative will inspire many PLP students to not just top the licensure examinations, but to also give their best in everything that they do, whether in class or in their other endeavors,” SEAOIL President for Retail Business and CFO Mark Yu said in a statement.

“The PLP community is grateful to Mr. Mark Yu and SEAOIL Philippines for the Angat Pangarap project. We welcome this initiative with great excitement as it will engage parents and teachers alike in the academic lives of the students. This gives us renewed hope and commitment to improve the quality of tertiary education to our students,” said PLP’s officer-in-charge Dr. Reggie Maningas.

“We were thinking of ways to encourage and inspire our students to do better in their studies. By collaborating with all stakeholders involved, led by SEAOIL, we are now putting this to fruition. I hope the Angat Pangarap project will be an inspiration to our students—our future engineers, nurses, teachers, and accountants.” said Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto.


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