The Biliran provincial government will grant P3,000 cash to each of the poor fresh graduates of the Biliran Province State University (BiPSU) to finance their job-hunting expenses.
Governor Gerard Roger Espina announced that some 1,400 BiPSU graduates will avail of the cash assistance up for release.
“This will be used by our graduates in looking for a job and in processing requirements of documents for their application,” Espina said.
“This will also prevent graduates from just hanging around after graduating.”
This will also prevent graduates from just hanging around after graduating, according to the governor.
Requirements for qualified graduates are a photocopy of a valid identification card, a certificate of indigency issued by their village chief, and duly filled-up forms available at the provincial government satellite offices.
Submission of applications started at the provincial government satellite offices in different towns or the provincial capitol in Naval town.
“We will have a mass pay-out after all applications are verified using the BiPSU database.”
“We will have a mass pay-out after all applications are verified using the BiPSU database,” Espina added.
BiPSU is a state university in the town of Naval in Biliran. It is operating an extension campus in the town of Biliran.
On Sept. 20, the school held a commencement exercise for its 1,600 graduates.