To be highly motivated to do good schoolwork, a student must be proficient in certain study skills and habits. This process not only involves a grasp of his psychological make-up but also his environment and his problems. These are not acquired by chance, they are the result of training.
In line with this particular training, last August 16, 2005 there was a Symposium on Swine Management conducted by WMSU-College of Agriculture under the leadership of Prof. Renato D. Yumol, Department Chairman for the DAT-BAT Program to all BSAB IV, BSA IV and BAT IV students, majoring Animal Science. This was a whole day activity at the Audio Visual Center (AVR) of the WMSU-College of Agriculture. This activity was in collaboration with the B-MEG Corporation, Zamboanga Peninsula Branch.
In this highly competing world, students have realized to quip themselves with globally competitive knowledge and skills to generate more income to contribute to the total household economy.
The activity was a success. (Jovita M. Mojares / In-House Press Coordinator / College of Agriculture / PAO / WMSU)