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Village in San Juan opens community pantry 

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Barangay Kabayanan in the city of San Juan celebrated on Monday the feast of its patron saint Sto. Cristo by opening a community pantry to help those who were affected by the imposition of the recent lockdowns in Metro Manila and in the nearby provin...

DOF asks ADB to increase loan portfolio 

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Department of Finance (DOF) Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has called on Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB) to level up and increase its loan portfolio in the next five years to strongly boost recovery efforts of its member-countries, acc...

DOH reports 5,683 new Covid cases on May 4

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The Philippines on Tuesday reported 5,683 new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infections, bringing the total tally to 1,067,892, as 21 laboratories failed to submit data on time, according to a report by GMA News. According to the Department of ...

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PLM release names of admission test passers

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The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) released on Monday, April 19 the list of first screening passers of their Admission Test.

Due to the "new normal" and existing rules and regulations mandated by IATF, PLM approved a "modified freshmen admissions system" for the incoming school year. The new system involves a two-step screening process in order to qualify for a degree program.

The admission process for the first screening took two months which closed on March 31. For the incoming school year, PLM has received more than 55,000 applications, and through the University's thorough evaluation of the applicants' high school records and validation of submitted documents, only 5,457 qualified for the initial round.

A second screening will soon start for the first level passers, with details to be announced by the University soon.

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