Development of Municipal e-Governance Systems through ICT
Amount granted: P 4, 998, 582.60
This project aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the process and transactions on the Local Government Unit which will focus on six modules, viz: Legislative Management and Tracking System (LemTrac), E-Business Permit and Licensing System (eBPLS), Real Property and Tax System (RPATs), e-Building Permit System(eBPS), Point of Payment System (POPS), and Local ID System (LIDs).
Amount granted: P 71,755.68
This project aims to develop and produce entrepreneurs among the second to fourth year students of CSPC. The DOST-TAPI provided technical assistance and funding in this Food and Beverage project.
Triple J Farm
Amount granted: 68, 649.50
This project aims to develop and produce entrepreneurs among the second to fourth year students of CSPC. This project will manage an organic farm that produces naturally grown vegetables.
Feasibility Study of Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges’ Extension Campus in Balatan, Camarines Sur
Amount granted: P 75,000.00
This descriptive-survey assessed the socio-economic feasibility of the establishment of an extension campus of Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges in Balatan, Camarines Sur. It determined the socio-economic characteristics of the respondents and their perceived benefits for the residents of Balatan, business sector, local government unit, and the prospective enrolees in Balatan.
Enhancing Tehnology Transfer through IP-TBMin Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges
Amount granted: P 1,631,716.00
This aims to strengthen the capacities of the Intellectual Property and Technology Business Management (IP-TBM) Office in CSPC to enhance technology commercialization.
Ectoparasites of tilapia (Orechromis nilotica) in Lake Bato, Bato, Camarines Sur (Availed research funding in 2010-2011)
Amount granted: P 100,000.00
This study determined the prevalence of ectoparasites of farmed tilapia and measured certain physico-chemical parameters at different sampling sitesin Lake Bato, the largest natural freshwater body in Camarines Sur extensively utilized for tilapia cage farming. This research may serve as springboard for the advancement of fish parasitology and aquatic health studies of freshwater bodies utilized for fish cage farming.[lab_heading title_tag=”H3″ title=”Research Links” el_class=”sidebar-heading”][/lab_heading]