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The government has approved the K to 12 educational program in 2012 but since its implementation, several coalitions of teachers have been protesting against it. According to CNN Philippines, these groups of teachers do not agree with the new system because it “does not take... read more

Another year, another successful sendoff for QCPU’s 2015 graduates. The graduation ceremonies were held on April 22 and 23 at the Tech-Voc Multipurpose Hall where 1,784 students from the Degree programs and Technical-Vocational courses marched on stage to get their diplomas. For Batch Sinag, 12... read more

Congratulations to all the students who passed this year’s entrance exams. Welcome to QCPU! Here are the 20 who did exceptionally well:

1. BOTANES, JOSEPH JAMES - Sinapangan National HS
2. ALTICHE, ADRIAN - Commonwealth High School
3. RIVERA, LEX BENJAMIN -... read more

An instructor at Quezon City Polytechnic University (QCPU) for almost nine years, Isagani Tano is now taking on a different challenge in his career as the new IT Head. Get to know more about him in this exclusive interview with The Quest.

1. Kindly tell us about your work experience.... read more

The Human Resource Department (HRD) has released the list of QCPU’s most punctual personnel of 2013 and 2014. Among those on the honor list were Rolando Ibañez from the Engineering Department, Toni Mari Salas from the Records Management Directorate, and Julius Mariano from the Physical... read more

Quezon City News

Quezon City Mayor Bautista wants the sidewalks and center islands of Araneta Avenue and other major thoroughfares in QC to become linear gardens of bougainvillea flowers to make the city as colorful and fresh as Japanese cities, which are known for their lovely cherry blossoms boulevards, in... read more

Modernization plans for the Manuel Luis Quezon (MLQ) museum in Quezon City are ready for implementation. The city government donated P10 million to the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) for research, curatorial renovation, and development of the MLQ museum in the Quezon... read more

According to Ordinance No. SP-2393 S-2015, water break time is now required in all private and public schools in QC that offer day care, elementary, and high school classes. This is to ensure that children will develop the good habit of drinking enough water every day and not get dehydration-... read more

The Sikap Buhay Entrepreneurship and Cooperative Office (SBECO) will conduct trainings and consultations for the city’s small and medium enterprises (SME) to prepare them to compete with businesses from other countries. The training programs and dialogues aim to determine the SME’s level of... read more

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QCPU’s pep squad team, the Ligers, is hard at work practicing for a string of events this year. In July, they’ll be competing at the Philippine National Games Cheerdance Competition and the Milo Cheerdance Competition (NCR qualifier). Then in December, they will join the biggest cheerleading... read more

Last May 26 to 27, the QCPU Judo team participated in the second National All Women’s Martial Arts Festival Judo Tournament where they competed against different regional delegations from Baguio, Leyte, Davao, and Bicol. Judo is one of the 14 martial arts showcased in this year’s festival... read more