AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR ASCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR QUALIFIEDSTUDENTS OF THE PROVINCE, AMENDINGCERTAIN PROVISIONS OF SP ORDINANCE NO.18, SERIES OF 1992 ENTITLED “AN ORDINANCEESTABLISHING A SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR THEPOOR BUT DESERVING STUDENTSOF AGUSAN DEL SUR”.ORDINANCE NO. 03, Series of 1999(Authored by HON. ADOLPH EDWARD G. PLAZA, HON. SANTIAGO B. CANE, JR., HON. VIRGILIO L. ZOILO)
Scholarship Incentives:1. Free entrance and tuition fee2. Miscellaneous fee of not less than OneThousand Pesos3. Uniform allowance of not more than Onethousand pesos4. Monthly allowance of Two Thousand Pesos
1. Shall not have failed or dropped in any subject in asemester or school year for the entire curriculum, provided,however, that any dropping of subject may for compellingreason be considered by the PSSC as covered by a dulyapproved permission for leave application.2. Shall be able to maintain a General Average of at least85%, and 83% for grantees who are full-bloodied nativesand/or indigenous or people belonging to the culturalminority, for the entire duration of the course.3. Shall conduct himself/herself in an exemplary manner andnot get involved in any criminal or morally degradingactivity.Maintenance of scholarship standard
School to enroll in and courses to take• Academic and special grantees in the collegelevel may choose any four-year course ofhis/her liking at any recognized Public schoollocated within the province.
Summer Classes• Subject to the concurrence of theSangguniang Panlalawigan and approvalof the Provincial Governor, the PSSCmay recommend for enrollment of thegrantees for summer classes. Summerenrollees shall continue to receive all theincentives, except for the uniformallowance.
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A COLLEGESCHOLARSHIP FOR THE POOR INDIGENOUSPEOPLE OF AGUSAN DEL SUR.SCHOLARSHIP BENEFITS:1.Free tuition, matriculation and other school fees2.Free board and lodging3.Uniform allowance of One thousand pesos persemester4.Book allowance of One thousand per semester5.Cash allowance of One Thousand Pesos per monthORDINANCE NO. 18, Series of 2003(Authored by HON. SANTIAGO B. CANE, JR.)
Section 5. CUT OFF OF SCHOLARSHIP. Violation on any of theconditions prescribed in the preceding section shall mean automaticforfeiture of the scholarship privileges granted under this ordinance.
Schools to enroll in• All grantees under this Ordinance shall enroll ina state college or university located within theprovince of Agusan del Sur.
ORDINANCE NO. 04, Series of 2006(Authored by HON. SANTIAGO B. CANE, JR.)AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING ASCHOLARSHIP FOR MEDICINE PROPERFOR QUALIFIED AND DESERVINGRESIDENTS OF AGUSAN DEL SUR
Scholarship Coverage• Entrance Fee• Miscellaneous Fee• Php 20,000.00 tuition fee• Php 3,500.00 monthly cash allowance• Php 12,000.00 book allowance per semester• Php 10,000.00 board review and boardexamination assistance, which could beavailed of only once.
Disqualifications• When convicted by a court of law for infractionof any law in the Philippines or abroad• Flunking in any of the subjects enrolled for thesemester• Incomplete grade in any subject five monthsafter closure of the semester when the subjectwas taken• Dropping of any subject• Failure to submit final grades in all subjectsthirty days after the last date of finalexaminations.
Leave of Absence• Any grantee who, under unavoidablecircumstance or for justifiable cause, cannotenroll in a given semester, shall file a writtenleave of absence with the ScholarshipScreening Committee. Failure to get anapproved Leave of Absence (LOA) shallautomatically delist the grantee from the rosterof scholars.
Memorandum of Undertaking• Provincial government’s responsibility towards the grantee inpursuance to the provisions of this Ordinance;• For the grantee to refund the entire amount incurred by theprovincial government in case the former fails to finish thecourse for unjustifiable reason or reasons, or when thegrantee shifts to another course;• For the grantees to render on the job training/internship atthe D.O. Plaza Memorial Hospital;• For the grantee to work for the province for at least 8years after graduation/passing the board examinations. Theprovincial government, however, reserves the option to hireor not to hire subject grantee. At the latter option, the 8-yearmandatory service in the province is deemed waived and thegrantee is free to work anywhere.
ORDINANCE NO. 23, Series of 2001(Authored by HON. SANTIAGO B. CANE, JR.)• AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING ASCHOLARSHIP FUND FORMASTERAL AND DOCTORALDEGREES FOR QUALIFIED ANDDESERVING RESIDENTS OF AGUSANDEL SUR
Scholarship Coverage• Entrance Fee• Miscellaneous Fee• Tuition Fee• Php 3,000.00 monthly allowance or itsequivalent if studying abroad per grantee• Thesis/dissertation writing related expenses• Php 1,200.00 book allowance per semester
Disqualifications• When convicted by a court of law forinfraction of any law in the Philippines orabroad• Flunking in any of the subjects enrolledfor the semester• Incomplete grade in any subject fivemonths after closure of the semesterwhen the subject was taken• Dropping of any subject
Section 8, Ordinance No.23, s.2001• Any grantee who fails to finish the coursefor unjustifiable reasons shall be made torefund the entire amount incurred tothe provincial government
PERSONS WITH DISABILITYOR LESS-FORTUNATEINDIVIDUALS
ORDINANCE NO. 14, Series of 2006(Authored by HON. FREDERICK MARK P. MELLANA)• AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING ASCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR THEPERSONS WITH DISABILITY (PWD) ANDLESS-FORTUNATE INDIVIDUALS BUTDESERVING RESIDENT OF AGUSAN DELSUR
Courses to take up• Successful applicants shall take up any two(2) year vocational courses of four (4) yearbaccalaureate computer-related coursesbeing offered in any school/colleges locatedwithin the province of Agusan del Sur
Disqualifications• When convicted by a court of law for infraction of anylaw in the Philippines or abroad;• Flunking in any of the subjects enrolled for thesemester;• Incomplete grade in any subject five months afterclosure of the semester when the subject was taken;• Dropping of any subject;• Failure to submit final grades in all subjects thirty daysafter the last date of final examinations;• Any grantee that is below the regular number ofsubject or unit prescribed by the school.