National Graduate Tracer 2012

Posted: 09/21/2012 in Advocacy

Have we ever ask our graduating on what happen after graduation? which path of industry are they going to take or will they be working local or abroad?

WHERE ARE THE GRADUATES NOW?

 

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in partnership with the College of Education of De La Salle University is calling on all graduates of Philippine colleges and universities who graduated from 2006 to 2010 to participate in a Graduate Tracer Study (GTS) that seeks to assess the employability of Philippine college graduates. The study will be conducted via an online survey that will run from July to October, 2012. Qualified respondents will get a chance to join a raffle for Apple iPad.

Batch 2006 to 2010 graduates of different Philippine colleges and universities are strongly urged to log on to www.knowledgecommunity.ph to answer the on-line survey. The GTS will help the CHED to examine the issues concerning the employability of higher education graduates and assess the ability of higher education programs to provide the necessary skills, values and training that are expected by future employers. Industry partners include the Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP), Infocomm Technology Association of the Philippines (ITAP), and the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP).

The survey is a top priority in CHED’s research agenda because unemployment and underemployment continues to be a main concern of the Philippine government. Compared to other Asian economies, the Philippines’ unemployment and underemployment rates continue to be among the highest in the region during the past five years.

CHED has implemented two other surveys in the past; the first in 1999, and the second in 2004, in line with their mandate to monitor the performance of programs and institutions of higher learning.

The results of the 2012 GTS will be used to help the CHED to institute the necessary reforms and policies to ensure that higher education institutions and graduates are prepared to meet the challenges of a 21st century world.

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Take a Survey Link ;

 www.knowledgecommunity.ph

 

 

Visit Facebook fan page ;

https://www.facebook.com/PhilippineGraduateTracerStudy20062010

 

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Reference:

DR. MARICAR S. PRUDENTE

ASST. PROJECT LEADER, GRADUATE TRACER STUDY 2012

Tel. 524-4611 loc 158. E-mail: prudentem@dlsu.edu.ph

The Project Team

This project is a collaborative effort of the key personnel below.

Dr. Roberto T. Borromeo – Project Leader, Former Dean, College of Education, DLSU Manila

Dr. Maricar S.Prudente – Asst. Project Leader, Professor, College of Education, DLSU Manila

Survey Consultants

Dr. Jun Pacificador – Department of Mathematics, De La Salle University

Mr. Benjie Vergel de Dios

Ms. Cecilia Ubarra

Project Coordinators

Mr. Jovito C. Anito Jr. – De La Salle University

Ms. Eileen Vizmonte

Research Collaborators

Prof. Mavic Hermosisima – Philippine Normal University

Dr. Supachai Basit – Emilio Aguinaldo College

Mr. Elmer de Jose – Polytechnic University of the Philippines

Dr. Jennifer Florida – La Consolacion College

 

In Cooperation of  Dela Salle University:

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