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San Isidro, Davao Orientalโ€”The Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology (DOSCST) โ€“ San Isidro Extension Campus (SIEC) unveils its newly inaugurated building in a Turn-Over Ceremony today, March 19.

Present to spearhead the event are DOSCST SUC President Dr. Roy G. Ponce, San Isidro Municipal Mayor Justina MB Yu, and 2nd District Congressional Representative Joel Mayo Z. Almario.

In his speech, Dr. Ponce looked back at the struggles the 23-year-old campus faced in the past and marveled at the innovations that have occurred throughout the years. He presented his many plans for the SIEC, such as enhancing internet connectivity and establishing a water source within the first 100 days of his tenure.

He also highlighted his plans of institutionalizing RDE specializations in every campus with SIEC as the Center for Agricultural Ecotourism and Biodiversity Conservation. The SIEC administration is set to conduct strategic management planning to discuss the campus’s new developmental roadmap.

Meanwhile, Mayor Yu and Congressman Almario shared anecdotes on the humble beginnings of the SIEC and how they strived to ensure that education in Davao Oriental is democratized.

Mayor Yu pledged a 20-million solar light project while Congressman Almario mentioned shelling out funds to construct a solar-operated water system on campus. Dr. Roque N. Langcoy II, SIEC Campus Coordinator, officially received the key to the new building from Dr. Ponce as a sign of their commitment to ensuring that DOSCST continues to become an instrument of quality higher education.

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