The Governing Board or the Board of Regents (BoR) is the university's highest policy-making body. The composition, manners of appointment, powers & duties of the members, and other functions of the Board emanate from the Republic Act 8292, otherwise known as the Higher Education Modernization Act (HEMA) of 1997.

Twelve (12) Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the Municipality of Naval entered into Budget Partnership Agreement (BPA) with the Biliran Province State University (BiPSU) during the CSO Consultation and BPA Drafting held at the University Hostel, BiPSU, Naval, Biliran on March 19.

by Joedel Peñaranda, Director of Institutional Planning Office

School of Engineering (SOE), School of Technology & Computer Studies (STCS), and School of Nursing & Health Sciences (SNHS) emerged as leading delivery units (DUs) among the schools in the university during the Ranking of Delivery Units for the Grant of Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) 2020 last February 24 at the University Hostel.

The ranking of delivery units is consistent with the approved System of Ranking of DUs for the Grant of PBB for 2020 pursuant to the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Mcutive Order № 201, s. 2016.

by Joedel Peñaranda, Director of Institutional Planning Office

All five proposed priority programs and projects (PPs) of the Biliran Province State University (BiPSU) for the fiscal year 2022 have been favorably endorsed by the Regional Development Council (RDC) during its 1st Quarter 2021 full council meeting last March 5 held via Zoom.

In its pursuits to be a research and development University, the Naval State University formally inaugurated the newly-established Food Research and Development Center (FRDC) at the Naval State University-Main Campus, January 28.

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-8 OIC Regional Director Engr. Celerina T. Bato, Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-8 represented by Engr. Ramil Uy, DTI-Biliran Provincial Director Dr. Faustino V. Gayas, DOST-Biliran Provincial Director Dr. Romeo Dignos and NSU OIC President Dr. Victor C. Cañezo, Jr. led the blessing and inauguration of the said center.

This newly-established Food Research and Development Center (FRDC) is a collaborative project of DTI 8, DOST 8 and NSU. The three (3) agencies allocated fund counterparts for the purchase of equipment and facilities of the said research center: DTI 8 – Php 2, 566,250.00, DOST 8 – Php 788,000.00 and NSU – Php 1,318,532.27.

According to Dr. Cañezo, this center is a breakthrough in the research and development efforts of the University particularly on developing innovation in food processing like the native delicacies and coffee bean production in the province of Biliran.

“We are grateful enough to the DTI and DOST for partnering with us in our efforts to make the Naval State University a research and innovation hub in the entire province. This research center will also help our fellow Biliranons who are engaged into food processing as their avenue to develop new ideas and innovation”, he added.  

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