BILIRAN PROVINCE STATE U GRADUATES TO RECEIVE P3,000 CASH AID
AROUND 1,400 indigent college graduates from the Biliran Province State University will receive cash aid from the provincial government which they can use in seeking employment.
Governor Gerard Espina said BIPSU students from poor familes who graduated this week will each receive P3,000.
“Ito po ay para maiwasan ang maging istambay sa ating mga newly graduated,” Espina wrote on his Facebook page.
“Hihingi po kami ng lista sa BIPSU para malaman ang mga graduates natin at sa susunod na linggo tatanggap na po kami ng mga graduate na interesadong kumuha ng grant na ito,” he added.
To avail of the cash assistance, students must submit a photocopy of a valid ID, certificate of indigency issued by their barangay and duly filled out forms.
A mass payout will be held after the submission of requirements by the graduates that will be verified through the BIPSU database, the governor said.
Starting Thursday, September 22, the provincial government will accept applications in their satellite offices and the Office of the Governor.