Reserve Officers' Training Corps and Incoming Freshmen Students

Topics: Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Youth, Nationalism Pages: 2 (557 words) Published: March 3, 2013
All incoming freshmen students, male or female, enrolled in any baccalaureate course or any two year courses technical, vocational or associate courses , are required to complete of their choice for their two semesters as a graduation requirement. By the way NSTP (National Training Service Program) created by the virtue of Republic Act 9163 is a program designed to enhance civic consciousness and defense preparedness among the Filipino youth by developing ethics and service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three program components such as ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) which provides training on military, LTS ( Literary Learning Service) which is another component of the NSTP, is intended to develop the students ability to share his\her knowledge in literacy and numeric skills to out of school youths and even older one’s who are in need of such basic abilities and the third or the last component , which is the Civil Welfare Training Service (CWTS),involves trainings and activities contributory to the improvement of the quality of life of the people in a chosen client community in the areas of public health, education, environment, entrepreneurship public safety, sports and recreation culture and arts, morable of the citizenry. It shall also provide students serve to gain deeper understanding of dynamics of a community as well at to develop civic consciousness and a sense of social responsibility through the activities that they will undertake at the community level. According to constitutional basis of NSTP Article 2 1987 Philippine Constitution section 4-The prime duty of the government is to serve and protect the people. The government may call upon the people to depend the state and, in the fulfilment thereof all citizens maybe required under conditions provided by law to render personal military or civil service . Section J. the maintenance of peace and order the protection of life,liberty and property...
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