RESERVE OFFICER'S TRAINING CORPS (ROTC) in the Philippines is one of three components of the National Service Training Program, the civic education and defense preparedness program for Filipino college students. ROTC aims to provide military education and training for students to mobilize them for national defense preparedness.Its specific objectives include preparation of college students for service in the Armed Forces of the Philippines in the event of an emergency and their training to become reservists and potential commissioned officers of the AFP.
Graduates of the ROTC advance program serve in all branches of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. In 2008, ROTC graduates of the officer candidate schools of the various services constituted roughly 75% of the AFP officer corps. The ROTC grants qualified student-cadets scholarship benefits through a merit-based incentive programin return for an obligation of military service in the reserve force, or active duty in the AFP if given the opportunity, after graduation.
ROTC student-cadets attend college like other students, but also receive basic military training and officer training from the branch of service that handles their school's ROTC unit. The students participate in regular ROTC instruction during the school year (one school year for Basic ROTC student-cadets and three school years for Advance ROTC cadet-officers), and extended training activities during the summer, such as the ROTC Summer Camp Training (RSCT) and the Advance ROTC Academic Phase Training (ARAPT).
ROTC units in colleges and universities are organized through the Department of Military Science and Tactics (DMST) which is under joint supervision by the school administration and the Department of National Defense. These ROTC units are in turn managed by active duty officers of the AFP and the reservist organization representatives of the major services, the Philippine Army Reserve Command of the Philippine Army, the Philippine Navy Reserve Command of the Philippine Navy and the Philippine Air Force Reserve Commandof the Philippine Air Force.
LITERACY TRAINING SERVICE (LTS) is one of three components of the National Service Training Program, a civic education and defense preparedness program for higher and vocational education students in the Philippines. The LTS is "a program designed to train students to become teachers of literacy and numeracy skills to school children,out of school youth, and other segments of society”.
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The Aklan State University Library (ASUL) provides relevant, effective and accessible collection of information resources for maximum support to the University’s quadrology functions: instruction, research, extension and production.
Serve the greatest number of clienteles through maximization of access to information and use of collections.
1. Serve as a repository of knowledge for educational advancement.
2. Support to the professional growth and development of the students by providing quality, timely and relevant information.
3. Provide advanced tools to enhance the instruction, production, research and extension needs of the students and faculty.
4. Intensify the Filipiniana collection on local arts, history and culture.
5. Establish linkages with institutional partners for collaboration and exchange of library resources.
6. Implement new technology for effective management of services.
CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE (CWTS) is one of three components of the National Service Training Program, a civic education and defense preparedness program for higher and vocational education students in the Philippines. CWTS activities "are contributory to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community or the enhancement of its facilities, especially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and morals of the citizenry".
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The Aklan State University Library follows the “open library” policy which means that the library is never closed during school hours, except for justifiable circumstances such as library and administrative meetings, university activities that require the presence of all library staff, or other events beyond the control of the librarian. In any of these circumstances, an advance notice shall be posted at the bulletin board and entrance door of the library.
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