???????????, ???? - More than a week after the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that rocked the province of Abra and nearby areas, the Abra State Institute of Sciences and Technology Main Campus held its first flag raising ceremony today, August 8, 2022, after the devastating incident, full of hope and enthusiasm to get back on track and continue serving all of its stakeholders.
Gathered at the grounds of the Administration Building, key officials, faculty, staff, and students joined the flag raising ceremony, spearheaded by the Extension and Training Services Department, earlier this morning. ASIST President, Dr. Gregorio T. Turqueza Jr., first asked the crowd how they are doing as he began sharing the message of the ASIST Administration which is to address concerns of stakeholders relative to the earthquake incident, especially faculty, staff, and students, as immediate as possible. Dr. Turqueza reiterated that concerns needing immediate attention should be reported to the Office of the President.
Meanwhile, ASIST Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Noel B. Begnalen, shared updates regarding the on-going admission exams and upcoming enrollment across all campuses. Director for Research, Development, and Planning, Dr. Pablo B. Bose Jr., on the other hand, discussed initial details about the forthcoming Agency In-House Review in September 2022.