1 CIT-SSG Officers makes courtesy call on CIT Administration officials

Last October 22, 2009, selected CIT-SSG officers made a courtesy call to CIT President Gregorio Escario to discuss the concerns, grievances and suggestions of the Technologians.

In attendance were CIT-SSG President Billy Jee V. Belenson, CIT-SSG Vice President Bryan P. Merino, CIT-SSG Secretary General Kevin Ray N. Chua, CIT-SSG Treasurer General Jolo R. Abella, CIT-SSG Legislative House Speaker Lordwin M. Dejaño and CIT-SSG Grievances and Concerns Committee Head Hannah Kristin D. Gitgano.

In the proposals made by the CIT-SSG, the following items were discussed:
  1. Providing toiletry vending machines in female comfort rooms. The school will be doing a pilot-testing on two female comfort rooms in the S&T Building and in the New Academic Buidling.
  2. Roof renovation in the S&T Study area is now on the process.
  3. Deans, Department Chairs and Heads will be authorized to confiscate the school ID's of students sitting on steps.
  4. Attitude of some security guards, especially in the front gate, already reported by the CIT-SSG.
  5. Roof extension in the stairs of the Main Building is now on the works. Either a canopy or baffles.
  6. Upgrading of the computers in ST 105 will be prioritized. Mr. Leonardo Nabua, Accountant of CIT, has reported that the school has ordered 94 computers: 47 for the upgraded CAD computer lab and the other 47 for ST 105.
  7. Engr. Nicarter Teves, CIT Property Custodian, has also agreed to modernize the sliding boards of the Accounting classes in Rms. 301 and 305 in the Main Building.
  8. Comfort rooms inside the CIT Library will now be open to the students and not only to the librarians and NAS assigned inside the CIT Library.
  9. Improved ventilation for the CIT Gym is still on the process with Engr. Jonathan Reyes conducting the study. Possibility of additional electric fans in the CIT Gym is still being studied.
  10. RFID system will be implemented next year as the last batch of CIT students who have the old CIT ID will already be graduating. Students on the next school year will be swiping their RFID in order to enter the school.
  11. Covered walk in front of the CIT Library is on the process and so as the solution to the flood area in front of it.
  12. CIT website is now undergoing a renovation and will be launching a new image soon as it is being improved to meet the demands of the students.
  13. Concerns with regards to the rounding off of payments were ironed out. If your payment has been rounded off, the additional payment will be counted to your next payment. So, no more worries if your payment has been rounded off by the teller.
  14. Regular maintenance of the canal along the Civil Engineering to Mining Engineering departments has been noted.
  15. Computer simulated AC/DC machines will be provided to the Electrical Engineering department.
  16. Wildcat Radio will be operating from 12 NN to 2 PM regularly.
  17. All concerns regarding ceiling fans in all the classrooms will be address, especially Rms. 154, 157, 158, 200, 202, 407, 409, 411, and 413.
  18. Defective lockers in the Chemical Engineering department will be fixed, especially in Rms. 154 and 155.
  19. Intramurals t-shirt printing and distribution will be decentralized.
  20. 2 Digital Balance will be provided for the Chemical Engineering department.
  21. Computer Engineering department will be provided with their own bulletin board.
  22. Air-condition unit in the Instrumentation Lab for the Electrical Engineering department will be provided.
  23. Hopefully, if CIT will become a university, Mr. Escario has heeded to the call of the CIT Alumni to rename it into CIT University instead. But, if you have name suggestions, feel free to submit it to us for forwarding to Mr. Escario's office.

More resolutions on issues will be posted. Please keep in touch.
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