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  • Philosophy

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    he Philippine Merchant Marine Academy is committed to a policy of providing the highest standards of maritime education and training to its Corps of Midshipmen, and

    to produce merchant marine offi cers with an assured level of quality which exceeds all national and international standards.

    he Philippine Merchant Marine Academy envisions through its academic program and quasi-military training to produce a balanced personality out of every graduate,

    i.e. an internationally acceptable offi cer and gentleman who can function effi ciently in their fi eld of endeavor and contribute to the development and progress of the Filipino nation.

    o educate and train midshipmen/women to become qualifi ed and competent merchant marine offi cers for

    shipboard and shore-based positions, in response to the global requirements of the expanding international maritime industry, as well as to become competent and capable naval offi cer who can serve as naval and military auxilaries in times of war and national emergencies and to contribute to the improvement of maritime education and the pool of ship business managers through graduate school programs.

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  • he current year is a year characterized by positive realizations of set goals,

    which has been identifi ed earlier on after my formal assumption into offi ce as the new President of the Academy.

    The conveyance of support, both here and abroad, as well as the further strengthening of mutual benefi cial ties with our industry partners has proven to be a turning point for the further growth and development of this prestigious and focused higher maritime educational institution in our country.

    Company visitats we conducted all-year-round have been very effective for we were able to bring closer to our stakeholders the pioneering works we are adopting to further keep our operational capabilities attuned with present international demands for a competent and skillful manpower in the high seas on-board various international ocean-going vessels.

    The rekindled interest in pursuing a move towards excellence in public service has proven to be a defi ning moment which resulted to a more pro-active management approach leading to the realization that once we focus our hearts and minds to a defi nite objective, we truly can achieve a greater level of success.

    The move to revitalize our community extension services has shown that we can make a difference in the lives of other people. Being able to bring smiles and modicum degree of happiness brought about by various medical and dental missions are but some of the positive gains worthy of being further continued in a much larger scale.

    The consistent blood letting activities of the Academy, has ensured a continued fl ow of life and hope to those who are in dire need. Being able to

    extend the life of an individual brings smile and cheers to families and friends. The doors of the Academy are always open to those who are in need, assisting and helping in our own humble way whenever and wherever we may be.

    Cleaning our coastlines through a concerted effort in partnership with local residents and NGOs has been a constant activity for the Corps of Midshipmen and the Academy, in general. Through patience and hard work, we were able to obtain success. In the years to come, we must set our sights to further surpass whatever level of accomplishments we have attained this, in the name of a genuine public service for the Filipino people.

    Let us work hand in hand so we may continue to protect the gains we have attained this year. It is our fervent hope that we can further serve as an instrument of positive change, not only here in our country, but across the seas as well.

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    COMMO RICHARD U RITUAL PMMAPresident

    Republic of the PhilippinesPhilippine Merchant Marine Academy

    San Narciso, Zambales

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    Philosophy, Vision, Mission .......................................................... 2Table of Contents ........................................................................... 4

    I. Admission/Enrolment .................................................... 5II. Faculty and Staff Development ..................................... 15III. Training Center ............................................................. 34IV. Student Services ........................................................... 41V. Research and Development .......................................... 46VI. Extension Services ........................................................ 49VII. Planning ........................................................................ 54VIII. Donations ...................................................................... 55IX. Department of Shipboard Training ............................. 56X. Quality Assurance ......................................................... 60XI. Finance ......................................................................... 61XII. Shipping/Manning Partners and Benefactors ............. 63XIII. Board of Trustees .......................................................... 64

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    Curriculum and InstructionA. Admission/Enrolment

    PMMA has continuously worked for high standard education and training for its students, from selection to graduation. There is a stringent selection for incoming students, education and training during their stay at the Academy, international shipboard training for all midshipmen/women, and validating examination prior to graduation.

    Table 1Admission Data for Batch 2016

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    CATEGORIZATION NUMBERApplicants 6,229Examinees 6,097Passers of Entrance Examination 1,281Screening

    1. Physical Evaluation- Reported- Passers

    2. Pre-Medical Screening (Height, Weight, Ishihara, Snellens, Dental)- Reported- Passers

    3. Laboratory/Physical Evaluation- Reported- Passers

    968429

    416312

    312245

    Probationary Midshipmen- BSMT- BSMarE

    76165

    Plebes Sworn-in- BSMT- BSMarE

    76125

    Fourth Class Cadet(Sem 1 S.Y. 2012-2013)

    - BSMT- BSMarE

    75125

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    Table 3.1 AY 2011

    PARTICULARS ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUALSEMESTER/

    COURSE 1st Trisem 2nd Trisem 3rd Trisem

    MSBM 5 4 7

    MAME 0 0 0

    MSM 35 26 28

    MMET 21 12 16

    TOTAL 61 42 51

    TOTAL AVERAGE 51

    Table 3Enrolment by Headcount: MASTERS

    from AY 2011 to 2012

    Table 3.2 AY 2012PARTICULARS ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL

    SEMESTER/ COURSE 1

    st Trisem 2nd Trisem 3rd Trisem

    MSBM 4 1 2

    MAME 1 0 1

    MSM 32 17 24

    MMET 15 16 18

    TOTAL 52 34 45TOTAL AVERAGE 43

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    Table 2Enrolment by Headcount: BACCALAUREATE

    from SY 2010-2011 to SY 2012-2013

    SY 2010-2011 SY 2011-2012 SY 2012-2013

    PARTICULARS ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL

    SEMESTER/ COURSE 1

    st Sem 2nd Sem 1st Sem 2nd Sem 1st Sem 2nd Sem

    BSMT 471 477 463 505 385 394

    BSME 558 538 537 575 499 489

    TOTAL 1029 1015 1000 1080 884 883

    TOTAL AVERAGE 1022 1040 883

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    B. College of Marine Transportation1. Recommended Dr. Analiza G. Taberdo as Coach of the Regional Quiz Bee Competition with 3CL Zoe Chloe Valencia as the contestant where the latter had garnered 3rd place in the contest.

    2. 3CL Chelsea Nadine Perido bagged the Best Board title at the State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) National Olympics Womens Chess held in Iloilo, 19-25 February 2012.

    3. In the Literary Division of the DC-SUC III/CIRPS Cultural and Literary Festival 2012 held in Ramon Magsaysay Technological University-Iba Campus, Zambales, March 8-9, 3CL Deegee Gavile took home the 1st place in Declamation.

    In addition, the tandem of 3CL Paulo Valentino Ledda and 4CL Ruth Musa individually snatched the 1st spot in Dramatic Reading of Poetry and Madulaing Pagbasa ng Tula, respectively.

    4. Validating examinations for Class 2012

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    C. College of Marine Engineering

    1. Engr. Encinas is currently enrolled in Master in Maritime Education and Training program at the PMMA Graduate School.

    2. Engr. Reyes and Engr. Cawagas, both CHED-PMMA Scholars, have completed the academic requirements for Master in Engineering program.

    3. Programs created has prompted shipping companies to donate a whole package of machine shop equipment & tools.

    4. Positive results in Memorandum of Agreement with the shipping companies & training institutions on laboratory equipment use.

    5. Increase in technical skills and know-how among PMMA community beneficiaries on nearby towns & barangays to help in their employment.

    6. In the Cultural Division of the DC-SUC III/CIRPS Cultural and Literary Festival 2012 held in Ramon Magsaysay Technological University-Iba Campus, Zambales, March 8-9, 4CL Jed Maebog nipped the 5th place in (Bamboo Flute) Instrumental Solo.

    7. Validating examinations for Class 2012

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    D. Department of Naval Scienceand Tactics

    Events Points NRCENNCRGeneral Administration 150.00 150.00Evaluation of CMDT 50.00 48.25Arrival Honor 50.00 48.75Ceremonial Parade 150.00 132.75Inspection in Rank 50.00 42.25Close Order Drill 50.00 44.05Military Stakes Map Reading Practical 30.00 26.70 Theoretical 20.00 16.74 Weapons (M16) Assembly/Disassembly 30.00 25.95 Naming the Parts 20.00 19.60 Semphore Signaling Sending 25.00 24.55 Receiving 25.00 24.75 Flag Identific

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