Academic Competition 2008 Begins

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In line with the school\’s aim of providing venue for assessing the students\’ skills and showcasing their talents, MCCID has again held its annual Academic Competition from March 14 – 25, 2008.

Now on its eight year, deaf students competed in 16 categories. All are subjects that they are taking up. Winners will receive Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. They will be awarded on April 5, coinciding with Sportsfest and Cake and Fruit Raffle Draw. The schedule of contest together with the instructor-in-charge are as follows:

DATE 9:00 – 10:00 AM 2:00 – 3:00 PM 4:00 – 5:00 PM
March 14, Friday BASIC HTML
Sir Jefferson
LETTER WRITING
Sir Jefferson
MS EXCEL
Sir Oscar
March 17, Monday SIGN LANGUAGE
Sir Rommel
BUSINESS MATH
Sir Rommel
BASIC ACCTNG.
Sir Rommel
March 18, Tuesday TYPING SPEED
Sir Ervin
A. PHOTOSHOP
Ma\’am Dianne
DRAWING
Ma\’am Dianne
March 19, Wednesday BASIC MATH
Sir Rommel
WEB PAGE
Sir Ervin
 
March 24, Monday MS WORD
Sir Oscar
BASIC ENGLISH
Sir Jefferson
BASIC COMPUTER
Sir Oscar
March 25, Tuesday PC ASSEMBLY
Sir Ervin
BASIC FILIPINO
Sir Jefferson
 

Past winners of these events were selected to represent the school and competed in various local skills contests. Notable deaf persons were Aldrin Gabriel and Dianne Barcelona (7th International Skills Competition), Marinela Veras (Korean Skills Contest and Deaf Awareness Week Festival) and Aquarius Balisi (NDPR Week hosted by National Historical Institute).

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  • Ernesto Diosana, jr. November 18, 2011 at 5:43 pm -

    i am deaf and mute i’m boy i want to applying in SM north edsa for photoshop because i already learned the photoshop editing but now i have certificate in tesda accredited already i am 24 year old because my classmate is only normal in tesda accredited only write communicating… Don’t worry, i know to normal person… please my cel # 09084935392 and my facebook email is diosanajr.ernesto@yahoo.com… I am here in Malabon City of Potrero….THANK YOU VERY MUCH 🙂

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