Cyber Envergans show programming prowess in nat'l competition

Cyber Envergans show programming prowess in nat'l competition

Second-year students from the College of Computing and Multimedia Studies (CCMS) showed their programing prowess as they won awards in the national IT skills competition, conducted by the Integrated Society of Information Technology Enthusiasts (ISTE), April 12, 2024. 

Second-year computer science student Princess Nicole Oriola, Lance Alexander Ventura, won 4th and 5th plce respectively in Python Programing. Meanwhile, second-year information technology student Voltaire Parraba won 5th place in Java Programming.

Assoc. Prof. Rodrigo Belleza Jr., CCMS Dean, expressed his excitement on this achievement.

"We are immensely proud of Princess Nicole Oriola, Lance Alexander Ventura, and Voltaire Parraba for their outstanding performance in the national IT skills competition. Their success is a testament to the dedication and hard work they have put into mastering their programming skills. It also reflects the quality of education and training provided by our faculty at CCMS," Dean Belleza shared.

"These achievements not only bring honor to our university but also inspire their peers to strive for excellence. We are confident that our students will continue to excel and make significant contributions to the field of information technology." he added.

This achievement aligns with our commitment to sustainable development goals:

  • SDG 4 - Quality Education: By excelling in national competitions, our students demonstrate the quality of education they receive at Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation. We are committed to providing them with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in the IT industry and contribute to global technological advancements.
  • SDG 9 - Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure: Through their victory, our students showcase the innovative spirit fostered within our institution. We strive to equip them with the latest technological tools and resources, enabling them to excel in creating and implementing cutting-edge solutions that address real-world challenges.
  • SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities: Our success in the National IT Skills Competition highlights our commitment to inclusivity and equal opportunities. Regardless of background or circumstance, we empower all students to pursue excellence in IT and computer science, fostering a diverse and inclusive learning environment.
  • SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals: Collaboration is key to achieving sustainable development, and our victory in the National IT Skills Competition is a testament to the strong partnerships we have forged with industry stakeholders, educational institutions, and the wider community. Together, we work towards common goals, leveraging each other's strengths to create a brighter future for all.