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Implementation of CMO 20. s. 2011

Post by kaelel18 on Thu Jul 13, 2017 12:48 am

Hi, fellow student regents and trustees. Have you ever had any difficulties in the implementation of CMO 20. s. 2011 or the Policies and Guidelines for the use of Income, Special Trust Funds and Program of Receipts and Expenditures of the State Universities and Colleges? Please reply in this post Smile
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Post by kaelel18 on Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:43 pm

Of specific importance in the above mentioned CMO is Section 6.c of Article III which states that,

c.) Student Development (12.5%)
"Budget allocation shall be used for in-house trainings of student leaders or officers, trainings sponsored by accredited agencies, student labor deployment and compensation *(student aides or assistants), IT equipment, medical and dental services/programs, trainings, orientation or seminar workshop for student organization officers, scholarship and incentive programs designed to uplift and motivate student achievers, and other similar activities, in furtherance of the goal in support of the welfare of the general student population."



The above mentioned provisions should comprised what is being budgeted under the students development fund. Check your budget allocation in your board agenda folder and see kung ano yung mga naka budget under that fund. Ask also your budget officer and accountant. Check how much is your student development fund. Sayang pag hinde naka program ng maayos. The budget shouls 6.25% of the the total tuition fee collected. E

Example: A State University having a 10,000 student population with a Php. 200.00/unit and having an average of 18 units per students would have a student development fund amounting to Php 2,250,000.00 per semester.

Further, the same CMO provides na pwede i adjust ang percentage as long as the other components will not fall below 7.5%.
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Post by Nate on Wed Jul 19, 2017 4:50 pm

Pres Kael, I'm just new to this, so please confirm/ verify if yung Student Development Fund and Student Activities Fund are the same funds?

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