Students flocked at the Center for Public Administration & Governance Education (CPAGE) to cast their votes for the eleven contested positions in the National College of Public Administration & Governance (NCPAG) Student Council for the school year 2014-2015 last Thursday, January 27.
Two college parties – the Initiative for Genuine Involvement, Transparency & Empowerment – NCPAG (IGNITE-NCPAG) and the Practice of Administrative Leadership & Service – NCPAG (PALS-NCPAG) – faced each other for the second time, but the first election with both formations fielding a full slate.
Janella Santiago of PALS-NCPAG is set to lead the 23rd NCPAG Student Council as the Chairperson-elect with IGNITE-NCPAG’s Katrina Villanueva as Vice Chairperson-elect.
IGNITE-affiliated but university-level independent candidate Jan Mikhail Solitario, on the other hand, secured the NCPAG Representative to the University Student Council (USC) position, defeating graduate student and former undergraduate councilor Pepito Dizon.
Serving in the executive positions in the incoming NCPAG SC are Ernersto Urbano Jr. (IGNITE-NCPAG) as Internal Affairs Administrator, Bea Carreon (PALS-NCPAG) as Socio-Academic Affairs Administrator, Juan Paolo Artiaga as External Affairs Administrator (IGNITE-NCPAG), and Kathleen Joyce Ramos (IGNITE-NCPAG) as Finance Administrator.
Kirtham Dumpa (IGNITE-NCPAG) topped the undergraduate councilor polls with 138 votes, followed by Michelle Fellone (IGNITE-NCPAG) with 124 votes, Sarah Bilag (PALS-NCPAG) with 114 votes, and Sofronio Dulay (PALS-NCPAG) with 92 votes.
Completing the new set of officers are Jinky Joy Dela Cruz and Alcariza Peregrino as Graduate Councilors. Two other graduate councilor positions remain vacant.
This is the last set of elected officers under the exisiting NCPAG Student Government constitution, with the newly-ratified charter set to take effect in Academic Year 2014-2015, which would oversee the creation of the Ways and Means Administrator position.
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