PLM HOLDS FIRST MANAGEMENT-STUDENT CONFERENCE
THE PAMANTASAN ng Lungsod ng Maynila conducted its first Management-Student Conference that aims to involve students in the university’s plans and policymaking on distance learning system.
Though this initiative, the university will be able to hear the students’ questions, suggestions and feedback on its rollout of the online learning.
The conference also sought to gauge the students’ willingness to return to face-to-face classes.
“Kailangang maging mapanuri at mapanlikha habang kinakaharap natin ang pandemyang ito. Minarapat naming pulungin ang mga mag-aaral kasama ng pangasiwaan upang magkaisa tayo kung ano ang ating dapat gawin upang malampasan ang bigat at bagsik ng pandemya,” PLM President Emmanuel Leyco said.
Supreme Student Council President Edwin Karl Basa said he was thankful that the students were given an avenue to participate in the university’s policy and planning strategies.
“Sama-sama nating suriin at i-address kung ano ang kailangan nating gawin,” he said.
Dr. Flordeliza Ferrer, senior vice president for Academic Affairs, briefed student leaders on the steps being taken by the university to improve the learning experience for all.