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AMA Computer College
Pampanga Campus

Name of Proponents: Mark Raymond A. Diwa
Mark D. Valencia
Marivin Lloyd E. Copino

Title of Proposal: A Proposed Loan Monitoring System Composite Wing Saving Loan Association Inc. with Web based Customer account and Ledger

Area of Investigation
Brief History of Composite Wing Saving Loan Association Inc

The Manila Teachers’ Savings and Loan Association, Inc. (MTSLAI or Manila Teachers) is proud to be the first pioneer of the savings and loan system in the country. Its roots are traced back to a simple “paluwagan” by a group of public school teachers whose forced savings provided financial support and self-reliance among them. In the late 50’s, Mr. Prudencio S. Lacson first organized and led the group at Rizal Avenue High School. Upon his retirement, Mr. Lacson embarked on a more ambitious organization which led to the founding of the Manila Teachers’ Savings and Loan Association, Inc. on May 20, 1960. As both Manager and Treasurer, Mr. Lacson nurtured Manila Teachers with selfless dedication, personal sacrifice and strong commitment to service. His devotion drove the work ethic of the founder until his death in 1974. Cipriano J. Lacson, one of the founder’s sons, then took over the reins and became the General Manager in 1974. Under his aggressive and dynamic leadership, Manila Teachers’ Savings and Loan Association, Inc. has grown by leaps and bounds to become the innovative and stable Association that it is today. Manila Teachers has been consistently awarded the highest order during the Annual Philippine Savings and Loan Conventions. In the past, MTSLAI engaged mostly in consumption, agricultural and a limited number of the housing loans. Today, while it continues to provide easy access to the same loans, Manila Teachers has also set its sights on modest housing projects for its members. Today, Manila Teachers Savings and Loan Association, Inc. faces the future with confidence born not only from its achievements but also from its struggles.

Feature of the Proposed System
* System is password controlled
* Automatic computation of interest and deduction per loan type depending on terms use. * Generate payment schedule upon entry of Loan.
* Automatic Computation of Pre-Payment
* Automatic Computation of Loan Restructure
* Automatic account entry for Loan,Check,Disbursement

AMA Computer College
Pampanga Campus

Name of Proponents: Mark Raymond A. Diwa
Mark D. Valencia
Marivin Lloyd E. Copino

Title of Proposal: A Proposed School management System and With Web-Based Information System of Sta. Cruz Academy

Area of Investigation
Brief History of Sta.Cruz Academy

The STA. CRUZ ACADEMY had a very humble beginning. With the displaced staff and high school students from the (defunct SCCI) Sta. Cruz, Central Institute, the enrollment in its first academic year was literally held under the trees.

The late Dr. Conrado P. Jimenez Jr., the incumbent Municipal Mayor and a successful alumnus of SCCI, took all the possible actions to settle amicably the dispute between the administrators and the employees and that to keep the school operational. Unfortunately his effort was in vain because the school owner informed the public that SCCI is totally closed from the school year 1989 and onwards due to bankruptcy.

In response to the insistent demands and request of parents and students, in May 1989, the late Dr. Conrado P. Jimenez Jr., deeply concern with the plight, immediately constructed temporary classrooms within his residential area to house the displaced SCCI population. Inspired and guided by the Holy Spirit, there was a strong calling for the late Dr. Conrado P. Jimenez Jr., - A SERVICE TO EDUCATION for the youth of Sta. Cruz, Lubao and nearby barangays, thus the closure of SCCI is the opening of the Sta. Cruz Academy. The founder firmly believed that the best gift we can offer to our children is EDUCATION.

To ensure a healthy...
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