LUNGSOD NG GENERAL SANTOS-“LAHAT ng karapat dapat at mabuti” ito ang pakahulugan ni Dr. Hadja Shayma Zenaida P. Hadji Raof Laidan nang ito ay ma anyayahan bilang pangunahing tagapagsalita sa nakaraang Global Business Consortium 2019 kung saan ginanap sa General Santos Gymnasium at dinaluhan ng mga stakeholders buhat sa ibat ibang bahagi ng Mindanao, Sulu at Palawan (MINSUPALA) sa kabila nang ginawang pagsabotahe ng South Cotabato Electric Cooperative at putol ang kuyente habang tumatakbo ang programa.
Trak trak na mga Muslim, Kristiyano, Katoliko at Katutubong mga negosyante at entreprenyur ang nag ipon ipon at dumalo sa lugar kung saan dumabot ang tao mula sa entablado hanggang sa kalsada kasama nila ang mga produktong bihira na Makita sa mga souvenir shop sa lungsod
Pinangunahan ng Imperial Federation of Farmers and Fishermen in Mindanao and Palawan Inc.(IFFFMPI) ang Economic Development arm ng Royal Imperial Lupah Sug Islamic United Kingdom of Sulu and North Borneo (RILSIUKSNB) sa pamamagitan ni Queen Maria Makiling Helen Fatima Nasaria Panolino Abdurajak Ju Xi Mulan at Raja Mohammad Ghamar Hasan Mamay Abdurajak.
Karamihan ng mga produkto ay buhat sa mga prutas at gulay habang ang iba ay mga sining na gawang kamay, pharmaceutiko, tela ang ilan ayon kay Dr. Laidan maaring matulungan ng DOST ang kanilang mga negosyo na maging Halal, tinatayang nasa 90% ng mga dumalo ay mga Muslim kaya’t di na siya nahirapang ipaliwanang kung ano ang pagkakaiba ng Halal at ang kasalungat nito na “Haram” na ibig sabihin ay bawal.
Sa halip na makapanghina ang nasabing pagsabotahe sa ilaw ay tuloy pa rin sina Dr. Laidan na ipaliwanang ang Halal sa mga tao. Kabilang ditto ay ang dalawang Chino na sina Prince David Lim, Irish at amerikano na nanumpa ng katapatan at pagsuporta sa hari at reyna, kapwa sinabi ng mga ito na todo ang supota nila sa Reyna at Hari ng Lupah Sug ngunit sa kahulihulihan ay umabot pa ang representante ni MMDA Chair Danilo Lim’s RAM Partylist.
Ang Royal Imperial Lupah Sug Islamic United Kingdom of Sulu and North Borneo ay isang matandang kaharian na nauna pa sa Sultanato ng Sulu at masasabing anak ng islamikong kaharian sa timog silangang Asya, ang Imperyo ng Madjapahit./// Abdul Malik Bin Ismail, 09333816694, firstname.lastname@example.org
DOST V – Regional Metrology Labroatory adopts new standard rates for testing and calibration services
The Regional Metrology Laboratory of the Department of Science and
Technology Region V (DOST V-RML), an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited service
facility is maintained to carry out testing and calibration. RML is
situated at DOST V, Regional Center Site, Rawis, Legazpi City, soon to be
housed in the new S&T Laboratory Building at the back of the environment
from the harmful effects of inaccurate or false measurements.
Pursant to Administrative Order dated 02 August 2018 issued by Secretary
Fortunato T. De La Pena, DOST, DOST V-RML now adopts the standard
calibration fees for prescribed measures and tests from the National
Metrology Laboratory (NML) effective 03 January 2019.
The new standard calibration fees and tests are are as follows:
Type of Equipment/Device Method Rate
1. Mass Standards
1.1 Test Weight (free nominal) OIML R 111
– 1 mg to 50 g
– > 50 g to 500 g
– > 500 g to 10 kg
– > 10 kg to 50 kg
Test Weight (free nominal)
– 1 mg to 500 g
– > 500 g to 10 kg
– > 10 kg to 50 kg
1.2 NAWI EURAMET CG 18
(Non-Automatic Weighing Instrument)
– Electronic, up to 300 kg (on-site)
(using OIML Class F1, F2, M1)
– Electronic/Mechanical (on-site/base lab) 1,200.00
High Accuracy II
– Electronic/Mechanical (on-site/base lab)
High Accuracy III & IIII
– For every thereafter in excess of 1 ton 20.00
2. Thermometry Standards
2.1 Glass/Filled/Bi-metallic Thermometer,
-20°C to 250° C, 1st five test points
2.2 Digital Thermometer, -20° C to
to 250° C, 1st five test points
– Additional test points
3. Volume Standards
3.1 Big Volume
3.1.1. Test Measure, 10 L Comparative Measurement 500.00
3.1.2. Test Measure, 10 L
3.1.3. Test Measure, 20 L
3.1.4. Test Measure, 20 L
3.1.5. Proving Tank, 100 L to 400 L
3.1.6. Proving Tank, < 400 to 2000 L
3.1.7. Tank Truck, Capacity: 6000 L & below
– > 6000 L to 10000 L
– > 10000 L to 15000
– > 15000 L to 20000
– > 20000 L to 25000
– > 25000 L to 30000
– > 30000 L to 35000
– > 35000 L to 40000
– > 40000 L to 45000
– > 45000 L to 50000
3.1.8 Fuel Dispensing Pump (2 nozzles)
– Per nozzle
3.2 Small Volume (Glass Wares)
3.2.1 Volumetric Flask/Beaker/Cylinder/Gravimetric
3.2.2 Graduated Flask/Beaker/Cylinder/
Pipette, P530.00 per additional
DOST V supports Irigueno PWDs through Technology Training cum Banana Chips Production
The Department of Science and Technology V (DOST V) thru the Provincial
Science and Technology Center – Camarines Sur (PSTC-CamSur) conducted the
“Technology Training Cum Banana Chips Production in Supports to PWDs “on 12
December 2018 in Barangay La Purisima, Iriga City.
The training is in Consonance with Proclamation No. 668 of Malacanang
Palace by the President of the Philippines “Declaring the period of
2013-2022 as the Philippine Decade of ‘Make the Right Real’ for persons
with Disabilities”, which enjoins, among others, departments of the
national government to implement plans, programs, and activities geared
towards the development of PWDs in accordance with the Incheon Strategy.
Fourteen (14) Irigueno participants including ten (10) youth who are deaf,
1 with strabismus, and 2 senior citizens partook in the training. They were
invited to the activity through Handtalkers, an Iriga-based startup
enterprise engaged in banana chips production. It is run by Mr.
Thelmo Ciron who has 3 deaf children, the youngest of which helps in the
production of banana chips.
The training covered banana chips processing, basic food safety and
introduction to good manufacturing practices (GMP) with Ms. Patrocinio N.
Felizmenio, Senior Science Research Specialist and Provincial Science and
Technology, Director of Camarines Sur as Resource Speaker.
After the lecture, the training covered banana chips processing, basic food
safety and introduction to good manufacturing practices (GMP) with Ms.
Patrocinio N. Felizmenio, Senior Science Research Specialist and Provincial
Science and Technology, Director of Camarines Sur as resource speaker.
After the lecture, the training proceeded to demonstration of processing of
banana chips. Ms Maurice A. Comia, Project Assistant II, PSTC-CamSur showed
the step by step process and imparted important pointers during processing.
The training was smoothly faciliated through the help of Mr. Ronnie R.
Dait, Department of Education Special Education Teacher at San Agustin
(Stand Alone) Senior High School in Iriga City, who served as sign language
interpreter during the whole session.
In the afternoon session, Dir. Felizmenio and Engr. Ernesto A. Reyes, Jr.,
Science Research Specialist II, PSTC-CamSur turned over banana chips
processing equipment and materials to Mr. Ciron for the improvement of
Handtalkers’ banana chip production.
The PWD youth was a mix of students currently enrolled in regular senior
high school and out-of-school youths who could use the skills and knowledge
acquired from the training for future employment or to start their very own
enterprises. (Ms.P.N.Felizenio/Ms.P.B.P.Velasco, PSTC-CamSur).