PARAMETER A

PRIORITIES AND RELEVANCE

SYSTEM – INPUTS AND POCESSES
  • S.1. The extension agenda is in consonance of local, regional and national development thrust and priorities.  View PDF
  • S.2. The College/Academic Unit of Civil Engineering has a benchmark survey of the problems, needs priorities and resources of the community.  View PDF
  • S.3. The extension program reflects the VMGO.  View PDF
  • S.4. There is a pool of consultants/experts from various disciplines to serve in extension projects and activities.  View PDF
  • S.5. The institution has an approved and copyrighted Extension Manual.  View PDF
IMPLEMENTATION
  • I.1. The extension projects and activities implemented are based on the results of the benchmark survey.  View PDF
  • I.2. The extension projects and activities complement the curriculum of the Civil Engineering program under review.  View PDF
  • I.3. A mutual exchange of resources and services between the College/Academic Unit and the community is evident.  View PDF
  • I.4. Linkages with local, foreign, and non-governmental agencies are institutionalized  View PDF
OUTCOME/S
  • O.1. Priority and relevant extension projects and activities are conducted.  View PDF

PARAMETER B

PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION, MONITORING AND EVALUATION

SYSTEM – INPUTS AND POCESSES
  • S.1.There is a distinct office that manages the Extension Program.  View PDF
  • S.2. Instruments for monitoring and evaluation are available.  View PDF
IMPLEMENTATION
  • I.1. The administration, faculty, students and other stakeholders of the College/Academic Unit of Civil Engineering participate in the planning and organization of Extension Program.  View PDF
  • I.2. The administration, faculty, and students are involved in the implementation and dissemination of extension programs.  View PDF
  • I.3. The extension projects and activities serve varied clientele.  View PDF
  • I.4. The conduct of extension projects and activities is sustainable.  View PDF
  • I.5. Technologies/new knowledge are disseminated to the target clientele through appropriate extension delivery systems.  View PDF
  • I.6. The extension activities are documented in the form of :
    1. I.6.1. pamphlets;  View PDF
    2. I.6.2. flyers;  View PDF
    3. I.6.3. bulletins;  View PDF
    4. I.6.4. newsletters;  View PDF
    5. I.6.5. electronic resources.  View PDF
  • I.7. Periodic monitoring and evaluation of extension projects and activities are conducted.  View PDF
  • I.8. Results of monitoring and evaluation are disseminated and discussed with concerned stakeholders.  View PDF
  • I.9. Re-planning of activities based on feedback is conducted.  View PDF
  • I.10. Accomplishment and terminal reports are filed and submitted on time.  View PDF
OUTCOME/S
  • O.1. The Extension Program is well-planned, implemented, monitored, evaluated and disseminated.  View PDF
  • O.2. The extension Program has contributed to the improvement on the quality of life of the target clientele/beneficiaries.  View PDF

PARAMETER C

FUNDING AND OTHER RESOURCES

SYSTEM – INPUTS AND POCESSES
  • S.1. There is an approved and adequate budget for extension  View PDF
  • S.2. There are provision of:
    1. S.2.1. facilities and equipment such as Internet, statistical software, and other ICT resources;  View PDF
    2. S.2.2. extension staff;  View PDF
    3. S.2.3. supplies and materials; and  View PDF
    4. S.2.4. workplace  View PDF
IMPLEMENTATION
  • I.1. The budget for the extension program is utilized as planned.  View PDF
  • I.2. Honoraria and other incentives (deloading, credit unit equivalent, etc.) to faculty involved in extension work are granted.  View PDF
  • I.3. The College/Academic Unit of Civil Engineering sources out the following from other agencies:
    1. I.3.1. additional funding; and  View PDF
    2. I.3.2. technical assistance and services inputs.  View PDF
OUTCOME/S
  • O.1. The Extension Program is adequately funded.  View PDF

PARAMETER D

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND PARTICIPATION IN THE INSTITUTION’S ACTIVITIES

SYSTEM – INPUTS AND POCESSES
  • S.1. There is a strategy for involving the community, government and private agencies in the Extension Program.  View PDF
IMPLEMENTATION
  • I.1. The College/Academic Unit is committed to the service and development of the community, and
    1. I.1.1. Initiates and maintains community development projects.  View PDF
    2. I.1.2. involved the students, faculty, staff administrators in the projects; and  View PDF
    3. I.1.3. coordinates its community programs and services with the target clientele.  View PDF
  • I.2. There is community participation and involvement in extension activities in the following:
    1. I.2.1. planning;  View PDF
    2. I.2.2. implementation and dissemination;  View PDF
    3. I.2.3. monitoring and evaluation;  View PDF
    4. I.2.4. out-sourcing of funds, materials and other service inputs; and  View PDF
    5. I.2.5. utilization of technology, knowledge learned, skills acquired from the extension projects and activities.  View PDF
OUTCOME/S
  • O.1. There is wholesome coordination between the Extension Program implementers and the target clientele/beneficiaries.  View PDF