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 calls on presidential candidates to invest in knowledge capitalUP President Alfredo Pascual presented a “think paper” on “Knowledge-Based Development and Governance” for consideration of 2016 presidential candidates. According to him, the study—which he calls “a road map to inclusive growth”—can form the basis for a comprehensive review of Philippine educational and human resource development policy, particularly in research and development.
- NCPAG Library mounts exhibit in honor of JVAThe UPNCPAG Library staff is opening on Thursday, 16 February 2017, another edition of its Library Exhibit Series featuring Dr. Jose V. Abueva. […]
- RBO kicks off Deans Lecture SeriesProfessor Romeo B. Ocampo kicked off the NCPAG Deans Lecture Series. He delivered his lecture “Against Federalism: Why it Will Fail and […]
- NCPAG rolls out Deans Lecture SeriesThe National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG), University of the Philippines Diliman is turning 65 in 2017. Established as […]
- Forum with the Prospective MPA/DPA Comprehensive and Qualifying Examination TakersThe Center for Public Administration and Governance Education (CPAGE) invites all MPA and DPA students who wish to take their Comprehensive and […]