Technological Institute of the Philippines - Quezon City

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    Yes. But these two additional years will equip you with skills that will better prepare you for the future, whether it be; Kolehiyo, Trabaho or Negosyo!

  • Quirino and Abad are 2017 PACU Person of the Year awardees

    Dr. Teresita U. Quirino, chairman and founder of the Technological Institute of the Philippines (T.I.P.), and Atty. Antonio Abad Jr., president of Far Eastern University-Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (FEU-NRMF), were awarded the 2017 Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) Person of the Year on August 18, 2017 during the celebration of PACU’s 85th Anniversary and National Conference.
    Dr. Quirino and her late husband, Engr. Demetrio Quirino, together founded T.I.P. 55 years ago. T.I.P. today has become one of the leading engineering and technology schools in the country.
    Dr. Quirino served as president of PACU from 2004-2006 and chairman of the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations of the Philippines (COCOPEA) from 2005-2006.
    Atty. Abad is former dean of the colleges of law of the Far Eastern University (FEU) and Adamson University (AdU). He is founder of Antonio H. Abad and Associates and has been PACU legal counsel since the 1980’s.
    The PACU Person of the Year Award is conferred upon an individual for distinguished and outstanding service, continuously championing the cause of Philippine Education.
    PACU had previously given the award to only eight persons: Jose P. Laurel (1954); Sergio Osmeña, Sr. and Elpidio Quirino, posthumous and joint (1955); Armand V. Fabella (1994); Virgilio delos Santos, Sotero H. Laurel, Helena Z. Benitez (2007); and Alicia S. Bustos (2012).
    This year’s Search Committee was made up of Dr. Ester Garcia, Dr. Ma. Cristina Padolina, and Dr. Reynaldo Vea.
    PACU is the oldest among the member associations of the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations (COCOPEA). PACU is composed of 187 member schools from the different regions in the Philippines and is headed by its current president, Dr. Dhanna Bautista-Rodas.

  • T.I.P. is 2017 Sikat Design Challenge Champion

    Team Blade of the Technological Institute of the Philippines (T.I.P.) was recently named Champion and People’s Choice awardee in the 2017 Sikat Design Challenge. The team composed of Computer Engineering students, Neil Jon Carl Aguel, Ana Luz Callao, Paul Vincent Nonat, Eduardo Narciso Jr., and Erica Lois Ann Vinculado, mentored by Dr. Drandreb Earl Juanico, T.I.P. Research and Development Management Office director, was recognized in an awarding ceremony held at the Rockwell Business Center on July 13, 2017.
    Team Blade T.I.P.’s project “Ilawà,” derived from the term ilaw mula sa lawa (light from the lake), is a renewable energy innovation that harnesses energy from polluted lake water through submersible batteries. The said project helps address intermittent power conditions in various places around the Philippine archipelago, such as the remote island village on Talim Island that the team identified as their beneficiary.
    Ilawà is a more sustainable source compared to the traditional alternatives of kerosene lamps and standard battery-powered light.
    The said project also has an impact on environmental remediation. With its widespread adoption, it promotes greater aluminum recycling and helps remediate polluted lake waters through the release of a chemical compound, minimizing fish kills in lakes and enhancing the fishing livelihood in lake towns.
    Team Blade T.I.P.’s Project Ilawà bested 30 other entries coming from various colleges and universities from all over the country. It also garnered the most likes and shares on social media, earning the team the People’s Choice Award. The runners-up were Ateneo de Manila University and University of San Carlos.
    Set to develop their innovation further, Team Blade T.I.P. hopes to someday make Ilawà a viable commercial product and a conduit for effective aluminum recycling.

  • Team T.I.P. awarded Marina Quiz Bowl 2017 Champion

    A team consisting of combined Marine Engineering (MarE) and Marine Transportation (MarT) students from the Technological Institute of the Philippines (T.I.P.) Manila and Quezon City recently won the title of Champion in the Marina Quiz Bowl 2017 held during the celebration of National Maritime Week at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) on September 27, 2017.
    The team was represented by Ezra Dave C. Ignacio and Amiel John D. Poliran of T.I.P. Manila, and Lance Aryl J. Arnaldo and Darren Androu G. Campang of T.I.P. Quezon City. T.I.P. emerged victorious against various participating Maritime Higher Education Institutions (MHEIs) from all over the National Capital Region (NCR) including the Asean Institute of Maritime Studies (AIMS), Far East Air Transport Incorporated (FEATI) University, and the Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Institute (NAMEI) Polytechnic Institute, among others.
    Team T.I.P. was accompanied by 3/E Ryan P. Oafericua and 2/M Armando P. Negrillo, Shipboard Training Officers of T.I.P. Quezon City and T.I.P. Manila, respectively.

  • Grade 11 T.I.P. student takes Silver in International Math Open

    Grade 11 T.I.P. Student Takes Silver in International Math Open

    Joshua F. Esma, Grade 11 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) student of the Technological Institute of the Philippines (T.I.P.) Quezon City recently won in the 2017 International Mathematics Open for Young Achievers (IMOYA) held in Singapore on September 1-4, 2017.
    Esma successfully snagged a silver medal in the Intermediate Division Category of the competition, facing other young contestants from other parts of Asia including China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. He was joined by more than 200 young Filipino student delegates who also took home 32 gold, 74 silver, and 166 bronze medals.
    According to Esma, his love for math started in grade school. Finding math problems fun and challenging, the former Grade 10 student of Ramon Magsaysay Cubao High School started to excel in math, gaining the confidence to join outside math competitions. He then came to find out about IMOYA and participated in the competition with the encouragement of his family, teachers, and fellow students.
    The young math whiz related how the experience still felt so surreal for him. “I never thought that I would be competing in that kind of level. It was exciting and nerve-wracking,” he said. Despite his mixed feelings, having prepared himself well for the competition, Esma went through it with confidence. “I am thankful to God and I feel honored that I am one of those who excelled in the competition. I am very happy and relieved that I didn’t let my family, teachers, and colleagues down,” he explained.
    When asked what advice he could give fellow SHS T.I.P. students who find math daunting, Esma left this message: “Math may be hard, but just like life, nothing will remain difficult if you try and work on it. Nothing will be scary if you try to face it. Always think positive and remember that we are T.I.P.ians, we never back down from a challenge. Conquer math and show the world out there what we are made of. This is where we shine. This is our time.”

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