LSPU'S VISION AND MISSION AND CTE'S GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: AWARENESS, ACCEPTABILITY, RELEVANCE, AND IMPLEMENTATION


Evelyn A. Sunico, Sierra Marie S. Aycardo, Maritess D. Carlos, Menchie D. Anonuevo, Jamea A. Abe, Ely Rey N. Abad
Instructor, LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY SANTA CRUZ LAGUNA
Abstract
A descriptive method of research was used in this study. A researcher-made questionnaire was designed based on the existing VMGO of the university Rating scales on awareness and acceptability of the University’s vision, mission, goals and objectives were constructed on the basis of the five-point Likert-Scale. There were 702 respondents from student, faculty and stakeholder. The respondents were chosen randomly among the students, alumni, personnel and staff, and the community. This study aimed to evaluate the level of awareness and acceptability of the employees, students, alumni, and community on the Laguna State Polytechnic University’s Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives. Specifically, this study sought to answer the following questions: 1. What is level of the respondents’ Awareness on LSPU’s Vision? 2. What is level of the respondents’ Awareness on LSPU’s Mission? 3. What is level of the respondents’ Awareness on CTE’s Goals and Objectives:? 4. What is level of the respondents’ Awareness on LSPU’s Vision and Mission and CTE’s Goals and Objectives? 5. What is level of the respondents’ Acceptability of LSPU’s Vision and Mission and CTE’s Goals and Objectives? 6. What is level of Relevance of LSPU’s Vision and Mission and CTE’s Goals and Objectives? 7. What is level of Implementation LSPU’s Vision and Mission and CTE’s Goals and Objectives? Ang Paglalahad ng Bisyon, Paglalahad ng Misyon, Paglalahad ng Adhikain at Layunin ng Kolehiyo, Kabatiran sa Bisyon, Misyon, at mga Adhikain at Layunin ng Kolehiyo, Pagtanggap sa Bisyon, Misyon, at mga Adhikain at Layunin ng Kolehiyo, Kaugnay ng Bisyon, Misyon, at mga Adhikain at Layunin ng Institusyon, Pagpapatupad ng Bisyon, Misyon at mga Adhikain at Layunin ng Institusyon are interpreted as Matinding Pagsang-ayon. Therefore, the hypothesis is rejected.
Keywords: Vision, Mission, Awareness, Acceptability, Relevant
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EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-11-29

Vol : 7
Issue : 11
Month : November
Year : 2021
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