SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

37th Cordillera Month Celebration

Kalinga State University officials showed their gesture of support for the province of Kalinga today, July 8, at the Kalinga Sports Center during the kick-off event of the 37th Cordillera Month Celebration. The event's theme, "Multiculturalism Towards Regional Autonomy and Development," emphasizes the region's ongoing commitment to the search for regional autonomy.

Kalinga State University and CHR-CAR Collaborate to Establish Center for Human Rights Education

Kalinga State University has formalized a significant partnership with the Commission on Human Rights - Cordillera Administrative Region (CHR-CAR) through the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) witnessed by the university officials yesterday, June 5, 2024, at the Research and Development Training Hall. This collaboration aims to establish, develop, and sustain a Center for Human Rights Education (CHRE) in the university.

Kalinga State University (KSU) Officials actively participated in the 29th Kalinga Founding Anniversary and 5th Bodong Festival Grand Kick-Off today.

The event was enriched by the special involvement of selected students from KSU-Laboratory Senior High School, who presented a captivating performance featuring a song and dance of solidarity. This artistic showcase, led by our local artist Maurico Patongao, added a touch of cultural grace to the celebration.

Kalinga State University Students Revive Bodong Tradition for Kalinga 29th Founding Anniversary and 5th Bodong Festival

Students from the Kalinga State University- College of Public Administration and Indigenous Governance played a central role in the portrayal of a bodong—a traditional peace pact—between Bangad and Banao tribes, both encompassed within the "binodngan" area. This portrayal, involving 120 students from the College of Public Administration and Indigenous Governance, was a significant feature of the Kalinga founding anniversary and 5th Bodong Festival.

Empowering Security Personnel: SAFE Skills Project Culminates in Success

The SAFE Skills project, initiated by Kalinga State University's College of Criminal Justice Education and the Department of Languages, in collaboration with the Provincial Local Government of Kalinga and the Criminologist Association of the Philippines-Kalinga Chapter, reaches its conclusion yesterday, March 14, 2024. Launched in November 2023, the project aimed to enhance the skill set of security personnel within the Provincial Local Government.

Kalinga State University is now administering the College Admission Test (CAT) to the first batch who registered for today's schedule.

There are almost 500 examinees to be accommodated with separate schedules in a morning and afternoon session.

The test is facilitated by the colleges' guidance coordinators and facilitators.

Applicants who registered for today's schedule but were not able to take the test will be re scheduled by the guidance office so they have to check their names in the next schedules.

Kalinga State University Conducts Training Seminar on ISO 19011:2018 Recalibration for Quality Assurance

In a bid to uphold and enhance quality standards within its operations, the KSU- Office of Quality Assurance is currently hosting a comprehensive training seminar on the recalibration of internal quality audits to align with ISO 19011:2018 guidelines. The four-day seminar, running from April 16th to April 19th, 2024, aims to equip internal auditors with updated knowledge and skills essential for maintaining a robust Quality Management System (QMS).

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