The UPNCPAG 65th Anniversary International Conference
Read the 2017 Message of Dean Mendoza"This year is NCPAG’s 65th founding anniversary. As we know, 65 is the mandatory age of retirement in the Civil Service. But in NCPAG, 65 is just the start of new beginnings, new expectations, new norms, and sustainable reforms. Like in the past, I need your help, support, criticisms, suggestions and great ideas. "
STUDY at NCPAGThe Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) program prepares and develops undergraduates to assume professional positions in public service, including government agencies, non-government, and international organizations.
UP President Danilo L. Concepcion“We should consider that the meaning and value of honor and excellence is further deepened when it is coupled with compassion. We should keep it in our hearts and minds as this will be the foundation upon which we can successfully carve out our plans for the future. In the next six years that we will be together, compassion will unite and give life to all our objectives and all our actions.”
- Briones to talk about reforms in DepEd in NCPAG lectureDepartment of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor M. Briones will be delivering a lecture “Administrative Reforms in the Department of […]
- UP NCPAG and ADB forge Knowledge Partnership AgreementOfficials of the University of the Philippines (UP) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) met on April 17, 2017 for a ceremonial launching of the […]
- Tapales to tackle Filipino women and politics in next installment of Deans Lecture SeriesDr. Proserpina D. Tapales is scheduled to deliver her lecture Once More With Passion: Filipino Women and Politics on April 21, 2017, 2pm at the […]
- CLCD-NCPAG to hold public forum on law enforcement and human rightsThe Center for Leadership, Citizenship, and Democracy of the National College of Public Administration and Governance (CLCD-NCPAG) will hold a […]
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