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