Why Civil Engineering Remains a Bright and Lucrative Course

I read an article titled “Philippine Government Increases Infrastructure Expenditure to 5% of GDP in 2014 – Is This Enough?” and realised that Civil Engineering is a good course of choice. Do you know why? The Philippine Government has earmarked $9.24 billion (3% of GDP) for infrastructure spending in the 2014 budget. Infrastructure spending will… Continue reading Why Civil Engineering Remains a Bright and Lucrative Course

Top 10 International Tourist Destinations Part 2

This is article is the second part, which covers the top 5 of 10 popular tourist destinations of the world. Travelling can mean differently to people. For some it is a necessary part of work, a lifestyle for some, and for most of us a luxury or a treat. It is almost a single activity… Continue reading Top 10 International Tourist Destinations Part 2

Top 10 International Tourist Destinations Part 1

Whether you are a seasoned traveller, a hesitant one, or still daydreaming about your first adventure this article will be helpful to you. Travel can mean differently to people. For some it is a necessary part of an occupation or career, some as a passion or hobby, while to others or most, a luxury. When… Continue reading Top 10 International Tourist Destinations Part 1

CPU, Department of Agriculture hold 3rd Regional Organic Trade Exhibits and Seminar

The Department of Agriculture Region 6 in cooperation with Central Philippine University invites you to its 3rd Organic Agri Trade Exhibits and Seminar on November 11-15, 2013 at CPU with the theme: “Mainstreaming Organic Agriculture in Agribusiness”. The DA-CPU Trade fair and Seminar started three years ago to enable the organic farming industry, and all… Continue reading CPU, Department of Agriculture hold 3rd Regional Organic Trade Exhibits and Seminar

Finding Solution to Flooding at CPU Lopez Jaena Street through Infrastructure Management

If you have studied and lived in Iloilo City, particularly at CPU, then I’m sure you have experienced the flood that’s been as perennial as when the rainy season comes. When monsoon rains come, students anticipate the coming of the flood because they’re sure the Jaro River will overflow. Classes would then be postponed for… Continue reading Finding Solution to Flooding at CPU Lopez Jaena Street through Infrastructure Management