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DOST-CAR proudly announced the ninety-seven (97) students from CAR who are among the qualifiers of the DOST-Science Education Institute’s (SEI) 2021 Undergraduate Scholarship Program: 48 for the RA 7687 scholarship program and 49 for the Merit Scholarship Program.
The following are the qualifiers under each program (full list can be viewed at (https://car.dost.gov.ph/): RA 7687 program (Scholarship for talented and deserving students whose families’ socio-economic status does not exceed the set cut-off values of certain indicators. Qualifiers must pursue priority fields of study in the basic sciences, engineering, other applied sciences, and science and mathematics teaching): Agustin, Jay-Tee Agpuldo;Agustin, Joshua David E Nriquez; Alcanzarin, Alyrah Gwayne Salibad; Alejandre, Adam Alban; Avarado, Phillip William Armenio; Aquino, Zyanne Agneshka Bigol; Bacani, Cherry Mae Annayo; Balubar, Ashley Van Goele Garcia; Bastian, Krishan Adang; Bayasen, Sagrado Paolo Corpuz; Beneyat, Jomar Paicot; Bengao, Melea Lara Soriano; Calosing, Trisha Joyce Icari;
Calundre, Nicoline Macababat; Carreon, Chainebee Trudyz Balingan; Catamora, Clariza Benito;
Co, Sophia Dominique Bjelle Bañez; Coroña, Julia Margaret Benitez Dalan, Anshari Kirsten Gawe; Daweg, Bhabes Engel Badol; Diagan, Rolene Krizze Udde-E; Dolipas, Curtis Joseph Colansong; Ele, Emanuelle Nathalie Macawaris; Gagni, Flloyd Nathaniel Bala; Gala, Faithfulyn Bangdo; Gangngat, Ceejay Dizon; Jularbal, Jairu Angelo Rodriguez; Kinomes, Mickel Paul Domilies; Lara, Amity Lou Lizo; Laureta, Jasmine Villena; Lay-At, Guenevere Shane Baucan;
Leaño, Maria Cielo Gordovin; Lomboy, Chester Lloyd Raguingan; Lomboy, Leidee Kholheene Dumayas. Lopez, Jinky Dio-As; Muelle, Vherannie Ramos; Obispo, Rhei Jam Florendo; Picpican, Renee Rio Balag-Ey; Pimentel, Shamyrh Magmao; Prudenciano, Doroteo Ii Dacuscus; Ramos, Kathlyn Mary Alvior; Roldan, Josh Gabriel Soliven; Sabao, Princess Pearl Ann Babagay; Saludares, Adam Justine Guardian; Simeon, Ezer Jones Aliman; Tingbawen, Hazel Pagdawan; Tolenada, Aginaya Irene Habbiling and Tudayan, Hayden Valdez.
Merit program (awarded to students with high aptitude in science and mathematics and are willing to pursue careers in the field of science and technology): Achapero, John Jr. Corpuz;
Alday, Kaela Dominique Tampol; Alos, Jhea Bretz Agustin; Baysa-Pee, Grandemir Batnag;
Bersamina, Jemina Nicole Mercado; Biggayan, Krizza Mae Failoga; Bugtong, Homer Kurt Esteban; Changgalan, Syvel Gem Eblahan; Chu, Khrystal Jomarah Lumapas; Contada, Mitchelyn Maliones; Dacwag, Jaelene Toyoken; Dela Cruz, Ian Kenneth Aguilar; Diaron, Wayne Kyle Hemedez; Esteban, Jamyline Kate Sapdoy; Fecha, Mareea Rocesca Andrea Manacio; Garin, Renee Isabel Dumbab; Gaveran, Mark Anthonee Ii Casingal; Gayaman, Danielle Sharon Tangliben; Guisdan, John Allen Bisley; Kotoken, Aiza Topi; Laroya, Jan Nash Lee; Lawagan, Penelope Lataoan; Madanom, Kate Olosan; Magollado, Japhet Nathan Dongui-Is; Mallari, Alekin Marcus Degillo; Manio, Avita Lei Crespillo; Mapalo, Janine Grace Lazo;
Mapatac, Meryl Kathleen Lazo; Mondares, Jesse Angelique Fabros; Natividad, Alyana Gabrielle Luciapao; Omaweng, Jemimah Pearl Buerano; Orille, Juan Miguel Sebastian Estonilo;
Peña, Vince Emmanuel Adalla; Pimentel, Jade Robynne Marquez; Poltic, Nestor Jr. Valentin;
Quiambao, Jesh Dominic Bautista; Rabaya, Christian Nikolai Labastilla; Rimpillo, Mariel Gizelle Garcia; Rimpillo, Marizze Gaille Garcia; Sagario, Janvher Audrey Tan; Sahagun, Precious Sie Talbo; Sales, Jerome Jr. Guarin; Siloy, Jellien Rachel Culi; Sison, Jezriel Theana Hidalgo; Taltala, Mnemosyne Pilingen; Tejero, Robin Grant Tao-Ey; Tumaliuan, Rezhelle Kaye Bolislis; Vejano, John Raphael Peralta and Velaque, Francis Ira Saguid.
In the list, there were names marked with one asterisk. This implies that they still have lacking documents that need to be submitted. Moreover, some names were withheld pending completion and for further evaluation of requirements.
All qualifiers posted above will receive a notice of award via the email provided during the application.
The notice of award will contain details on the schedule of virtual orientation wherein the qualifier and their parent/legal guardian must attend prior to signing the Scholarship Agreement.
For those names withheld, a separate communication will be sent for them to complete their lacking requirements.
Meanwhile, qualifiers to the program will enjoy various scholarship benefits for the whole duration of their S&T program. These include tuition fee of P40,000 per academic year for those who will enroll in private institutions; P7,000 monthly stipend; book allowance; PE/MS allowance; one economy-class round trip fare for those studying outside their home province; group health and accident insurance; and thesis allowance.
The application for the 2022 Undergraduate Scholarship will be announced soon. Eligible applicants are Grade 12 students of SY 2021-2022. For details, you may visit www.sei.dost.gov.ph, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call us at (074) 422-0979 or 09079132231. DOST-CAR