ICT council elects new set of officers in Camarines Norte


DAET, Camarines Norte, (PIA) – The Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Council has elected its new set of officers during the joint Kamustahan with Rural Impact Sourcing Technical Training (RISTT) graduates, May 24 at Calaguas Gateway, Daet, here. 

Among the newly elected officers are: President -Analiza C. Sabdao, owner of Speak English with Ann Tutorial Services and Fitslanguage.com; Vice President – Tobias M. Obrero Jr., TESD Specialist II of TESDA and Auditor of Camarines Norte Communication Network (CNCN); Secretary – John Vee MI P. Martinez, Dean of Our Lady of Lourdes College Foundation (OLLCF); Treasurer – Blesilda R. Panotes, Education Program Specialist II, DepEd Alternative Learning System (ALS); Auditor – Mr. Mark Ian Yongco, Computer System Servicing (CSS) Instructor and Administrator of Dream Builders Technological Institute Inc., and RISTT Alumni.

Maria Penafrancia L. Nepomuceno, provincial officer discusses Rural Impact Sourcing (RIS) Program of DICT during the joint Kamustahan with Rural Impact Sourcing Technical Training (RISTT) graduates and ICT Council elections held May 24 at Calaguas Gateway, Daet. (RBManlangit, PIA5/Camarines Norte)

Electes as Board of Directors are; Rommel R. Pajarin, election officer of COMELEC Vinzons, and President of CNCN representing NGAs; Jocelyn Grace A. Calimlim, Community Affairs Officer IV, Provincial Government of Camarines Norte for LGUs, Mae Catherine E. Escalante, Globe  for Infrastructure; Marc Lester Acunin, Camarines Norte State College (CNSC) for Academe;  and  Darwin A. Nepomuceno, Teknikas Benming  for IT Practitioners.

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Several RISTT graduates also attended the Kamustahan during the activity wherein all of them are now engaged in ICT works.

Maria Penafrancia L. Nepomuceno, provincial officer said that Rural Impact Sourcing (RIS) Program of DICT is intended to create meaningful ICT enabled jobs in socio-economically disadvantaged areas in the country.

It specifically focuses on areas where there is high population but low employment due to lack of investors.

The RIS also aims to promote ICT enabled jobs as a high value economic activity in rural communities that are not yet ready to host Information Technology – Business Process Management (IT-BPM) operations.

 

In 2017 and 2018, the DICT Luzon Cluster 3 conducted RISTT in different areas of Region IVB and Region V.

She urged participants to avail of the Graphics Design Course for RISTT this year. (RBManlangit, PIA5/Camarines Norte)

 

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