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PART IX.

LABORATORIES
1. CHED required laboratories and inventory of existing laboratories (please check). CHED-required Laboratory Physics Laboratory Room Biology Laboratory Room Chemistry Laboratory Room Computer Room Drawing Room Food-technology Room Automotive Laboratory Room Physical Education Room Existing in the Institution (include floor area) 1 96 square meter 1- 96 square meter 1 96 square meter 3 96 square meter 2 96 square meter 1 96 square meter 5 64 square meter 2 128 square meter 1 64 square meter 1 96 square meter 1 64 square meter Not existing in the Institution Remarks Adequately equipped Adequately equipped Adequately equipped Adequately equipped Adequately equipped Adequately equipped Adequately equipped Adequately equipped

2. Description of each laboratory room/shop or field. A. PHYSICS LABORATORY The Physics Laboratory, Room 215, is located at the 2nd floor of Pancho Building. It measures 12 by 8 meters. Cabinets are provided to house the different equipment, devices and components, which are arranged in an orderly manner for free flow of movement during the conduct of the experiment. White and chalk board is also provided. The laboratory room is well-lighted and properly ventilated; it has two exit doors that open outward. For more conducive learning it is also provided with four (4) ceiling (orbit) fans. There are four (4) laboratory tables that can accommodate 35-40 students. An adequate water supply and electrical outlet has been installed inside the room. A demonstration table used by the instructor is also provided. Posted on the walls are some information related to different areas of Physics, as well as the safety and precautionary measures that should be followed strictly to ensure the wellbeing of the students and instructors. First aid kit and fire extinguisher are placed in a strategic area for easy access and utilization. B. BIOLOGY LABORATORY The Biology Laboratory, Room 203, is located at the 2nd floor of Pancho Building, It measures 12 meters by 8 meters. Cabinets are provided to house the different equipment, devices and components, which are arranged in an orderly manner for free flow of movement during the conduct of the experiment. White board is also provided. The laboratory room is well-lighted and properly ventilated; it has two exit doors that open outward. For more conducive learning it is also provided with four (4) ceiling (orbit) fans. There are four (4) laboratory tables that can accommodate 35-40 students. An adequate water supply and electrical outlet has been installed inside the room. A demonstration table used by the instructor is also provided. Posted on the walls are some information related to different areas of Physics, as well as the safety and precautionary measures that should be followed strictly to ensure the wellbeing of the students and instructors. First aid kit and fire extinguisher are placed in a strategic area for easy access and utilization. C. CHEMISTRY LABORATORY The Chemistry Laboratory, Room 201, is located at the 2nd floor of Pancho Building which measures 12 meters by 8 meters. Cabinets are provided to house the different apparatus and storage of chemicals. Whiteboard is available inside the room. The laboratory room is well lighted and well-ventilated. It has two ceiling fans, three wall fans and a stand fan. Four (4) laboratory tables that can accommodate 35-40 students can be found inside the room. There is also a shower area on one corner of the room. First aid kit is also available.

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Additional information in Chemistry is posted on the wall such as the Periodic Table of Elements. Rules and safety guidelines are posted for strict compliance to protect the students as well as the instructors. s. An adequate water supply and electrical outlet has been installed inside the room as, well as gas supply. Demonstration table is provided for instructors use. COMPUTER ROOM Computer classes are conducted at the first floor of Pancho Building, at Rooms 123a, 123b, 125a, 125b and 116. Each room measures 6 meters by 8 meters. The computers are placed strategically on one side while the armed chairs on the other for discussion and lectures. Adequate computer tables are provided for the computer. There are at least 15 usable 15 usable computers available. The rooms are properly lighted and well-ventilated. DRAWING ROOM The Drawing Rooms, Rooms 106 and 121, which are located at the 1st floor of Pancho Building. Each room measures 12 meters by 8 meters. They are provided with drawing tables, adequate number of chairs and a chalkboard. Shelves also are provided for output exhibits and storage. The rooms are well lighted and ventilated. Room 121 has 9 fluorescent lights and 3 electric fans while room 106 has 4 fluorescent lights and 3 electric fans. FOOD-TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY The foods Laboratories are located in the first floor of Pancho Building, Rooms 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 and 107. Hanging shelves are installed against the walls and cabinets are provided to house kitchen utensils, and kitchen wares. Working chairs and tables are provided for students use. For convenience and safety, proper lighting and ventilation are provided inside the rooms. Water and electrical supply is adequate and sinks are available. All rooms are equipped with medicine cabinets and fire extinguishers are placed within easy reach in case of emergencies. AUTOMOTIVE LABORATORY Automotive Technology Laboratories are located in the1st floor of Pancho Building, Rooms 110, 111 and 112. The rooms are used for both lecture and practicum activities. Provided are tables, chairs and whiteboard/chalkboard. The Laboratories are well ventilated and well-lighted, in Room 111, there are 9 fluorescent lights and 3 electric fans, in Room 110, there are 112 fluorescent lights and 4 stand fans while in Room 112, there are 12 fluorescent lights and 3 electric fans. PHYSICAL EDUCATION ROOM The Physical Education Rooms are located in the first floor of Pancho Building, Rooms 113, 119a and 199b. The rooms are used for lectures, while the study area is being utilized for workshops and practices of Cultural Troupes. The outdoor playing area for basketball, sepak takraw, badminton and volleyball is located in front of the Pancho Building and the Hangar.

3. Equipment found in specific and/or special laboratories based on CHED minimum requirements. Please refer to memorandum receipts of each faculty laboratory subjects. 4. Laboratory manuals and equipment /apparatus operation manuals in actual use. Name of Laboratory Laboratory Manuals Operation Manuals Available Physics Laboratory Room Physics Laboratory Manual Calipers and Balances Biology Laboratory Room Botany, Zoology and Biology Microscope Manual Chemistry Laboratory Chemistry Laboratory Manual Analytical balance Room Biochemistry Laboratory Manual Centrifuge pH meter Computer Room Turbo Pascal Compiled Lesson in: Autocad Essentials -Microsoft Word

Simple PhotoDraw fully illustrated Drawing Room Autocad Release 12 for Beginners The Right Way to Draw Simple Excel Fully Illustrated Development and Evaluation of Instructional Materials

-Microsoft Excel -Microsoft Powerpoint Microsoft Powerpoint

Food-technology Room

Automotive Laboratory Room

Compotency Mastery Guide in baking Turbo roaster Microwave Krups (Mixer) Manual in Kitchen Aide Model Automotive Body Electrical System Timing light Automotive Engine System Engine Analyzer Automatic Transmission Remote Starter Engine Servicing and Manuals

5. Supplies regularly available in the laboratories. Water, gas and electricity are regularly available in the laboratories and shops. For other supplies, please refer to attached inventory. 6. Description of the maintenance system for the laboratories and equipment. The laboratory rooms are cleaned after each laboratory class. The equipment/materials are properly checked and inspected before storage. The teacher-in-charge ensures that the equipment/materials are in good working condition upon returning to the storage cabinet. Light, fan switches, plugs and locks are checked before leaving the room. The department is implementing the proper procedures in maintaining the equipment and apparatus to ensure the good working condition of each item needed in laboratory activities/experiments. The said procedures are as follows; 1. The director of the campus instructs the laboratory supervisors of the department to check all the equipment and apparatus regularly to ensure their good working condition so that they can be used whenever needed. 2. The laboratory instructors are reminded that it is their responsibility to handle the equipment with proper care and any damage upon return will be their liability. 3. The laboratory instructors are required to submit the list and specifications of the equipment and apparatus that need repair or replacement. 4. The laboratory instructors should explain to the students the proper use of each equipment or apparatus as printed in the operational manual to avoid any damage. 5. The student should understand that the borrowed apparatus or equipment should be properly washed, cleaned and maintained before returning. 6. For maintenance of the laboratory rooms and furniture, house rules are posted to ensure the cleanliness and orderliness; this is strictly implemented and followed. 7. Functional locally-improvised apparatus Improvised Purpose/Brief Description Apparatus 1.Praxinoscope Improved on the zoetrope, used for viewing images reflected by the mirror as the wheel turns A tester used to check the polarity of any power source, useful when installing automotive equipment or alarm systems An improvised generator using a bicycle wheel with

Approving Authority Campus Director

Subject Where It Is Used

Staff Responsible for Improvising Science/Physics Ms. Leoncia Azunta Jane Nicdao Science/ Ms. Leoncia Chemistry/Phys Azunta Jane ics Nicdao Automotive

2. Polarity Detector

Campus Director

3. Mechanical Generator

Campus Director

Science/Physics Ms. Melissa A. Bernardo

electromagnet/dynamo used to light up a bulb powered by manual /hand rotation 8. Safety devices available in the laboratories. Laboratory Safety Device Physics Laboratory First-aid kit Room First-aid manuals Fire extinguisher Safety provisions Biology Laboratory First-aid kit Room First-aid manuals Fire extinguisher Safety provisions (Fume-hood) Chemistry Laboratory First-aid kit Room First-aid manuals Fire extinguisher Safety provisions (shower area) Computer Room First-aid kit First-aid manuals Fire extinguisher Safety provisions Drawing Room First-aid kit First-aid manuals Fire extinguisher Safety provisions Food-technology First-aid kit Room First-aid manuals Fire extinguisher Safety provisions Automotive First-aid kit Laboratory Room First-aid manuals Fire extinguisher Safety provisions

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Date Purchased April 2012 (medical supplies) March 2012 April 2012 (medical supplies) March 2012

April 2012 (medical supplies) March 2012

April 2012 (medical supplies) March 2012 April 2012 (medical supplies) March 2012 April 2012 (medical supplies) March 2012 April 2012 (medical supplies) March 2012

9. Extent of compliance with the Team Recommendations in the last visit. Compliance Report in the Recommendations of the Past Accreditation Visit Recommendation Action Taken % Compliance 1. Enough laboratory supplies, Laboratory supplies, manuals 95% manuals containing various containing experiments and experiments and activities activities were made available for should be made available for the students. the students. 2. The assigned faculty should All the assigned faculty has the 100% maintain the functionality of responsibility of maintaining the the equipment, as well as the functionality of all equipment, cleanliness and orderliness of even the cleanliness and the workplace. orderliness of the room 3. Hire a permanent technician Two computer technicians and 1 100% who will maintain and electrician have been hired to supervise the facility and maintain and supervise the workplace facilities and equipment. 4. Post some important Information on the proper use of 100% information in strategic places equipment and safety tips are in the laboratory premises to posted on strategic places in the ensure safety in the area. laboratories. 5. Have enough computer Computer units and peripherals 95% units and peripherals in are found in various laboratories. various laboratories.

5. An update data-based inventory of laboratory supplies, instruments, and equipment should be made available.

An updated inventory of laboratory supplies, instruments and equipment is available in the database.

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10. Summary of the findings and recommendations of the Self-survey: a. Strengths 1. The campus has existing science laboratories, shops and other facilities for practicum/laboratory activities for the implementation of its curricular programs. b. Areas needing improvement 1. Laboratory supplies, manuals in the different technology areas are limited. 2. Laboratory equipment, instruments and furniture are not properly maintained by the concerned faculty. 3. Limited posters and printed matters on safely procedures and measures are available in different laboratories. 4. Computer units, other peripherals and network connections are not sufficient for laboratory activities. c. Recommendations 1. Enough laboratory supplies, manuals containing various experiments and activities should be made available for students. 2. The assigned faculty should maintain functionality of the equipment, as well as the cleanliness and orderliness of the workplaces. 3. Post some important information in strategic places in the laboratory premises to ensure safety in the area. 4. Have enough computer units and peripherals in various laboratories. 5. An updated data-based inventory of laboratory supplies, instruments, and equipment should be made available.