- Provincial Administrator’s Office declares winners of “Throwback” photo contest
- PIHO conducts TB caravan
- TESDA-NV conducts a 2-day enrollment and jobs bridging
- Province gets 1.5B budget for 2018
- Former senator Lina speaks during federalism workshop
- RDO Balangatan informs Nueva Vizcaya about the new taxation status
- Vice Governor Galima on Federalism “let us arouse the consciousness of the people”
- “No to Regional State” Governor Padilla said
- Novo Vizcayanos to block Oceana’s renewal
- PLGU awards 100k each to 2 NV centenarians
- 2019 Provincial Plan for Children nears completion
- Provincial Tourism Council (PTC) 1st quarterly meeting for 2018
- Peoples Council created for effective and efficient governance
- Search for outstanding farmers to be launched
- Medical mission takes recess in Castañeda
- Province prepares for 3rd year CROWN evaluation
- DepEd prepares for CAVRAA 2018
- PHRMO gives new office guidelines and policies
- Dialogue regarding the Sand and Gravel Regulations of the province
- NV Police reports to CMP
PSEF teachers grateful for benefits
A certain Mary Jane G. Vicente was not able to control her emotions and broke-down in tears as she thanked Governor Ruth Padilla and Vice Governor Lambert Galima Jr. for the benefit she and her colleagues received on March 20 at the Governor’s office function room.
Miss Vicente is one of the 46 PSEF (provincial special education fund) teachers who received their LandBank ATM cards to avail their monthly salary from then on. Also given to the PSEF teachers were their Tax Identification Number and Philhealth cards, and Pagibig RTN. The salary of the teachers for the month of February is already deposited in their ATM cards.
Mr. Samuel R. Soliven, the OIC division superintendent of DepEd, is very grateful that the province is using the special education fund for teachers. He said that utilizing the volunteer teachers will add to their qualifications to become regular teachers.
“Because you worked so hard, you deserved these! Show that you are worthy of the trust given to you by the PLGU and DepEd,” Gov. Padilla said.
Vice Governor Galima also encouraged the teachers to grab the opportunity to apply and submit all the requirements for them to become regular teachers.
This is the second batch of PSEF teachers to receive such benefits after the 200 plus teachers who received the same March last year. PSEF teachers are detailed to the public schools in the province and receive honoraria from the provincial government. #bg