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MUST president Ricardo ...
MUST president Ricardo Rotoras also said without a good avenue for the university's service, the effectivity and "relevance" of the school's science and technological roots will be useless.
"Our work here has relevance if we can contribute to our community thus being recognized as a relevant institution," Rotoras
Dr. RICARDO ROTORAS of Rotary CLub of Cagayan de Oro Centerpoint, also the President of Mindanao Polytechnic State College with Pres.
With this development, MPSC's College ...
With this development, MPSC's College President Ricardo Rotoras said the project in one way or the other will somehow ease their sense of guilt knowing they can now able to help poor but deserving students in the city.
"It's a sad reality that Philippines is not a rich country and such plight, education is most affected," Rotoras
part, STI Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Colbert Rabaya
ensures STI's commitment to the students enrolling under the consortium, so with Tesda officials.
"For the past eight years all state universities did not received any support and it's a sad reality that Philippines is not a rich country," Rotoras
The association is now chaired by ...
The association is now chaired by Dr. Ricardo Rotoras, President of Must. (PR)
Speaking before key players in ...
Speaking before key players in Mindanao's power sector and other stakeholders in a hotel in Cagayan de Oro City, Dr. Ricardo Rotoras, Mindanao University of Science and Technology (MUST) president, said the IMEM will not solve the power problem Mindanao is facing.
said IMEM, like its counterpart the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) that is operating in Luzon and Visayas, will not work in Mindanao
, adding it creates a competitive market intended during a peak load (6 p.m. to 10 p.m.) and regulated market for non-peak period.
said that competitive and regulated markets should not be separated.
In a regulated power industry, Rotoras
said, power generators are subject to the Energy Regulatory Commission
(ERC) regulation while generation cost ranges from P4 to P15 per kilowatt hour.
Echoing Rodriguez's concern, Rotoras
said there may be slight differences between IMEM and WESM but on a whole they are just "the same bananas with different names."
"There are defects in the WESM that are aggravated in the IMEM," Rotoras