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A Thesis Presented to the College of Engineering NAVAL STATE UNIVERSITY

Naval, Biliran

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In Partial Fulfillment

of the Requirements for Comp 513 Database Management in Construction

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TEODORO V. CAÑETE JR. MARK PAUL E. CALVEZ ENRIQUE D. CERELLES

MARK JUN D. FABI

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The researchers wishes to express their heartfelt gratitude to the following persons who gives their full support in this study:

To Ms. Joralyn Espina, our instructor for her guidance, kind help, awesome advice especially in making website and for being open-mindedness.

To our sincere friendship, fellow post graduate students and co-researchers in the Engineering Department for the ideas and thoughts they shared and also for being wonderful friends which made our thesis much easier.

To our parents, brothers and sisters whom we remain indebted for their full support, love, constant care and encouragement during the course of our research.

And most especially to our Almighty God who guide us always for all the trials we have been encountered in our daily life. The one that give strength at the times when we were down, wounded and being lose just to finished this study.

TEODORO V. CANETE JR. ENRIQUE D. CERELLES MARK PAUL E. CALVEZ MARK JUN D. FABI

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Page

TITLE PAGE ... i

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT...ii

TABLE OF CONTENTS ... iii

LIST OF TABLES ... v

LIST OF FIGURES ...vi

LIST OF APPENDICES... VII CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background of the Study ... 1

Objective of the Study ... 3

Framework of the Study ... 4

Conceptual Framework... 4

Importance of the Study ... 6

Scope and Delimitation of the Study... 6

Definition of terms... 7

Review of Literature... 7

CHAPTER II METHODOLOGY System Design Life Cycle ... 11

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Research Instrument ... 14

Research Subjects ... 15

Respondents and Sampling Procedure ... 15

Event Diagram……….……… 14

Data File Structure………... 16

Entity Relation Diagram ... 18

Menu Hierarchy for Graduate Tracer System ... 19

CHAPTER III RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Biographic profile of the graduates ... 20

Educational background of the engineering graduates... 21

Training or advance studies attended after college ... 21

Employment data of the engineering graduates ... 22

CHAPTER IV SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION Summary of Findings... 25 Conclusion... 26 Recommendations... 27 LITERATURE CITED ... 28 APPENDICES ... 29 CURRICULUM VITAE... 44

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Table Page

1 List of tables in Graduate Tracer Database ... 16

2 Course Table ... 16

3 Year Graduated table... 17

4 List of Graduates table ... 17

5 Profile Table... 17

6 Profile of the Graduates ... 20

7 Educational Background of the Graduate ... 21

8 Trainings or Advance Studies Attended After College ... 22

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Figure Page

1 Conceptual Framework of the Study ... 5

2 System Development Life Cycle ... 11

3 Context Diagram... 13

3 Event Diagram ... 16

3 Graduate Tracer System Entity- relationship Diagram ... 18

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Appendix Page

A Development Schedule ... 30

B Work Assignment ... 31

C Project Team Organizational Structure... 32

D Screen Design ... 33

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Chapter I INTRODUCTION

Background of the Study

A tracer study is a graduate or alumni survey that attempts to trace the activities of the graduates or previous students of an educational institution (Millington, n.d.). The Association of African Universities or AAU (2002), and Boaduo, Mensah and Babitseng (2009), explain that tracer studies enable the contextualization of graduates of a particular university through a system that is dynamic and reliable in order to determine their life path or movement. It also enables the evaluation of the results of the education and training provided by a particular institution and examines and evaluates the current and future career and employment opportunities/ prospects of graduates (Boaduo, Mensah and Babitseng, 2009). Graduates’ job titles, years of employment, nature of employment, income levels, and biographical data can be revealed through tracer studies (Schomburg, 2009). The ILO Thesaurus 2005 defines a tracer study as an impact assessment tool where the “impact on target groups is traced back to specific elements of a project or program so that effective and ineffective project components may be identified.” In educational research the tracer study is sometimes referred to as a graduate or alumni survey since its target group is former students. Schomburg (2003, p.36) notes that graduate surveys are popular for “analysis of the relationship between higher education and work.” They provide quantitative-structural data on employment and career, the character of work and related competencies, and information on the professional orientation and experiences of their graduates.

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In South Africa, Stilwell (2004) conducted a survey of alumni perceptions of the postgraduate ILS (Information and Library Science programmed at the University of Natal). Critical issues, such as balancing the human centered approach with IT, were identified. The findings of the study indicated that the programmed achieved its outcomes because it prepared alumni well for the work place. Ocholla’s (2001) tracer study of LIS graduates from 1996 - 1997 determined whether the skills and attitudes they gained during their training at the University of Zululand applied in their jobs. The results of the study indicate that graduates obtained sufficient knowledge from the degree programmed (Shongwe and Ocholla, 2009).

Perhaps the most important of college education is employment. Most parents send their children to college with the hope that after graduation their children will find a decent and stable job. This holds true and especially among Filipino parents who look at the value of college education as the most important legacy they can give their children and as most effective mean of getting a job that would help build the future of their children. However, with the present quality of education and the pressing demand of the workforce industry, many parents and graduates get disappointed due to the inability of the graduates to get employed. This is partly because these graduates lack the necessary skills and qualifications required by the industry. Aware the present situation, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) initiated the conduct of Graduate Tracer Studies (GTS) among selected Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the country to obtain data that would show if HEIs are offering courses and are producing graduates that meet the needs of industry and society. Likewise, through GTS HEIs would be able to align their efforts with the manpower needs of industry and society (Mercado, 2010).

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Higher education schools that are involved in developing human resources through long and short term programs have the duty to keep track of the performance of their graduates to determine the accountability and whether or not their programs have impacted on the individual, the institution, or the country.

Objectives of the Study

This study aimed to trace down the status of the Engineering graduates of the College of Engineering of Naval State University from SY: 2005 – 2010.

Specifically, it sought to answer the following statements: 1. To design a system about Graduate Tracer.

2. Determine the biographic profile of the graduates in terms of: 1.1 civil status;

1.3 gender;

1.4 region of origin; 1.5 province;

1.6 location of residence;

2. Determine the educational background of the engineering graduates in terms of:

2.1 degree and specialization; 2.2 college or university; and 2.3 year graduated.

3. Identify the training/advance studies attended after college. 4. Determine the employment data of the engineering graduates.

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Framework of the Study

We referred to theory and research in educational effectiveness and especially to the importance of establishing a framework which takes into account the goals for effective education and the relations of instruction from school and, its effectiveness applied to work.

This study took hold of the following theoretical and conceptual framework as its main and solid foundation in the due course of its proceedings.

Theoretical framework. This research is anchored on the theory “ladder effect” (Deville, 2008), which states that the net effect of the job competition or over education is for the unemployed skilled workers to apply for jobs in segments requiring qualifications than they have achieved.

Conceptual framework. Conceptual framework of the study showed the variable that are at play in this GTS research. In this study, the independent variables are assumed to affect the dependent variables. The independent variables are the demographic profile of the respondents, their educational background and training/advance studies attended after college. The dependent variables are the employment data of the engineering graduates.

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BSME

BSEE BSCpE

BSCE

Biographic profile of the graduates in terms of:  civil status;  gender;  region of origin;  province; and  location of residence Educational Background  Degree & specialization;  College or University; and  Year graduated;

Identify training/advance studies attended

Employment Data of Graduates

Figure 1. Conceptual Framework of the Study SYSTEM DESIGN

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Importance of the Study

This study gives benefits and helpful hints on proposed measures to diminished the following beneficiaries:

NSU-COE Staff. This study would be an effective way in promoting the Engineering Department to strengthen the distinctiveness of the students considering the evaluation, performance rating and outstanding accomplishments to produce more competitive graduates. They could likewise gain useful inputs to improve instructional practices that would ensure graduates steeped with knowledge and skills.

Engineering students and researchers. They would have this study as their reference in making their own research study on Graduate Tracer Study.

Graduates. This study was helpful in giving remembrance and outline of the graduates. This study will also give them the information of their profile, their educational background, training/advance studies attended and their employment data.

Parents. This study was helpful for the parents to easily know the information about their graduated student/s.

Administrators of the Departments of Engineering. The results can provide insights on how the curriculum could be improved to serve employability of its graduates.

Scope and Delimitation of the Study

The study focused only to the College of Engineering Graduates of Naval State University from SY: 2003-04 to 2009-10.

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This focused on the demographic profile, educational background, trainings and advance studies attended and employment of Engineering Graduates. The study will be confined to all the computer engineering graduates from SY 2003-2004 to 2009-2010. The University Registrar’s office will be the primary source of information in this study where reliable records of the graduates are kept.

Definition of Terms

Graduate Tracer Study. Is a survey that attempts to trace the information and activities of the graduates of an educational institution.

Trace. Follows the course or development of graduates of College of Engineering of Naval State University.

Training. Practices taken by the graduates after college.

Employment. Graduates’ act of employing or their state of being employed. Data. A collection of facts, statistics or item of information about the graduates of the College of Engineering of Naval State University.

Review of Related Literature

This section presented the related literature and actual studies in relation to the study conducted.

Tracer Study. Tracer studies serve as important tools within tertiary institutions, providing information for reflection to enhance future institutional development. The synergy between course structures and the working world is undergoing change at a rapid pace. To keep up to date with the demands of the work environment, course providers require the essential feedback from their previous students in order to encourage reflection and analysis of relevant course material

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and/or the adaptation of courses on offer to make them more current, meaningful and worthwhile. The new paradigm for higher education stresses, among other things, the need for institutional autonomy with accountability. Higher education institutions need to be concerned with the ultimate disposition and success of their graduates in order to ensure that their educational products are consistent with both student and ultimately employer needs (National Higher Educational Institution, 2001).

Employability Standards. According to Schomburg (2001), tracer studies of graduates of African Universities have been conducted in order to address the issue of work skills and high unemployment. From 1996-2000, a total of 15 tracer studies have been carried out in 7 African countries of approximately 8000 graduates, sponsored mainly by the Association of African Universities (AAU) study programme on Higher Education Management. Topics covered include: transition from higher education to work, job search, employment, and conditions, use of knowledge and skills, appropriate position and job satisfaction and retrospective assessment of study conditions. This tracer study identified the strengths and weaknesses of the methodological approaches used to trace the graduates and found that the transition from study to work is a process often marked by uncertainties and anxieties in different parts of the world.

Another tracer study was conducted across 9 European countries from 1998-2000 with a sample of 3000 graduates. This study explored the relationship between higher education and employment four years after graduation. The comparison provided a good opportunity to examine the extent to which higher education and the world of work are similar or different among European and African countries.

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Muhammad (2000, in Gewer, 2003) suggests that general education which prepares graduates broadly to respond to all kinds of situations should not be discarded. He also stresses that elaborate professionalization and vocationalisation should be reserved for the post-graduate’s training which should be expanded to adequately prepare graduate students to cope in any situation, be it professional or vocational.

According to the findings of Calaustro’s study (1988) consisted of: a) 88 percent who were employed - 80.6 percent employed as teachers in the elementary and the high school level, and the rest of the graduates went into garment related industries existing in the region, and b) there was an expressed general satisfaction of the graduates on how the course blocks were taught except the last block which concerned power machine sewing operation or RTW production. Graduates with technical fields of specialization have better chances of getting employed within a shorter period of time after graduation (Dulay, 1987).

Effectiveness and Quality of Educational Program. Quality education, according to Tobes (1993) depends to a large extent on the academic level of the teaching profession as an indication of the standard of education in the country. The success of vocational-technical education depends upon the possibility of providing instructors who have a common command of the special occupational content that they are to teach and who are also trained in the special pedagogy and teaching techniques required for their new form of education work.

According to Calabarazon (1991) an effective educational program should not only result in the employability of its graduates, but also its effects should go into

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productivity for the output has more direct relation to the economic development of the nation.

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Chapter II METHODOLOGY

This part of the study depicts the research methods, models and flow diagrams used such as the System Development Life Cycle, Context Data Flow and Diagram, Research Locale, Research Subjects, Research Instrument, Data Gathering Procedure, Event diagram, Data File Structure, Entity- relationship Diagram and Menu of Hierarchy.

System Development Life Cycle

Figure 2. System Development Life Cycle Requirement Analysis Testing System Design Maintenance Implementation Installation

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This part of the paper presents the System Development Life Cycle using a Waterfall Model to illustrate the whole process in a linear sequential flow in order to achieve the objective of this paper. Figure 2 above shows the System Development Life Cycle used in this paper. Below is the sequential phases of the Waterfall Model:

Requirement Analysis. The Project Development Team attempts to ask all the questions and secure all the answers needed to build the requirement in developing the College of Engineering Webpage system. These include the following:

1. User should be able to view the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of: civil status, gender, region of origin, province and location of residence;

2. User should be able to view the educational background of the engineering graduates in terms of: educational attainment, professional examination(s) passed and reasons for taking the course/pursuing the degree;

3. User should be able to view the training/advance studies attended after college;

4. User should be able to view the employment data of the engineering graduates;

System Design. The Project Development Team creates a design for functionality, including database design, webpage interface, tags and codings to be use. For this paper, the project development team used Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) for screen design and layout and used PHP in generating the server. Structure Query Language (SQL) has also been used in making tables and database design for the system.

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Implementation. The Project Development Team programmers had implemented the requirements using the hardware, software and data being taken for the proceedings of the system design.

Testing. The Project Development Team tests entire functionality. All the units developed in the implementation phase are tested for any faults and failures.

Deployment. The product functionality is released into the market.

Maintenance. There are some issues which come up in the client environment. To fix those issues, patches will be release. Also to enhance the system, some better versions will be release. Maintenance is done to deliver these changes in the customer environment.

Context Data Flow and Diagram

Figure 3. Context Diagram GRADUATE TRACER SYSTEM SYSTEM MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL

User

ID number Queries Information Reports/ queries Response to user Updates

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Research Locale

The development of this project was conducted at Naval State University, College of Engineering Computer Laboratory.

Research Budget Breakdown Amount Photocopy - 500.00 Printing - 600.00 Internet fee - 350.00 Snacks/ foods - 1,100.00 Papers - 300.00 Book bind - 150.00 Total - 3,000.00 Research Instrument

No instrument was used in this paper since the main parameters of this study was webpage lay outing for the College of Engineering Graduates of Naval State University.

This proposed research investigation aims to assess engineering graduate employability and eventually, improve course offerings of Naval State University. The Findings that will be drawn serve as inputs for curricular redirection.

Commission on Higher Education questionnaires and ratings scales will be utilized this study. The data that will obtain analyzed using statistical tools such as Statistical Package for Social Sciences (NPSS Version 20).

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Research Subjects

The Target participants of this study will be the Engineering Graduates of the College of Engineering from SY 2003-2004 to 2009-2010 of Naval State University since this institution has engineering programs.

The research study will be conducted in the National and International agencies Engineering graduates have employed.

Respondents and Sampling Procedure

The data and information required in the study were taken from the Engineering graduates of Naval State University. The graduates from SY 2003-2004 to 2009-2010 in the College of Engineering are the respondents of the study. The records of the respondents are taken from the registrar’s office of the university. The office were considered as the best source of information on the Graduate Tracers Study of the Naval State University College of Engineering.

Event Diagram 1.0 User Access User ID no. Security User Database Confirmation no. Information

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Figure 3. Event Diagram

Data File Structure

Table 1. List of tables in Graduate Tracer Database

Table 2. Course Table

2.0 Graduate

Profile

User Graduate Profile Database

Updates

Information

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Table 3. Year Graduated table

Table 4. List of Graduates table

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Entity-Relationship Diagram

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Menu Hierarchy for Graduate Tracer System

Figure 5. Menu Hierarchy

Graduate Tracer

Admin

Log-in

User

BSCE

BSEE

BSME

BSCompE

Graduate Profile Photo Gallery

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Chapter III

Results and Discussion

This chapter presents the answer or the data collected to all the questions as well as their analysis and interpretation.

Biographic profile of the graduates

The study determined the biographic profile of the College of Engineering Graduates SY: 2004-2005 to 2009-2010 of Naval State University in terms of their civil status, gender, region of origin, province, and location of residence.

Table 6. Profile of the Graduates

Biographic profile Frequency (f) Percentage (%)

Civil Status Single Married Separated 2 ----100% ----Gender Male Female 2 ----100% ----Region of Origin Region 8 2 100% Province Biliran Leyte Samar 2 ----100% ----Location of Residence City Municipality ----2 ----100% The table above shows the required data for the biographic profile of the College of Engineering Graduates SY: 2003-3004 to 2009-2010 of Naval State University. The College of Engineering Graduates who acted as the respondents of this study shows that both of them are single (100%); male (100%); both residing in Region 8 (100%); from Biliran Province (100%); and residing in the Municipality (100%).

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Educational background of the engineering graduates

This study also determined the Educational background of the engineering graduates of the Naval State University in terms of degree and specialization, college or university, and year graduated.

Table 7. Educational Background of the Graduates Educational

background

Frequency(f) Percentage (%)

Degree & Specialization BSCE BSEE BSME BSCpE 1 ----1 50% ----50% College or University NSU 2 100% Year Graduated 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2006 2005 2004 ----2 ----100%

----The Table 2 shows 50 percent of the respondents were BS Civil Engineering and 50 percent were BS Computer Engineering; both of the respondents were graduated at Naval State University (100%); and 100 percent of them graduated in the year 2008 (100%).

Training or advance studies attended after college

The table below presented the trainings or advance studies attended by the graduated engineering students after college and discussed specifically.

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Table 8. Trainings or Advance Studies Attended After College Trainings or Advance Studies Frequency(f) Percentage (%) Advance study or graduate program ----

----Short term professional related training

1 50%

Short term intensive professional development seminar ---- ----Post baccalaureate or professional certificate program ----

----Other work related training

----

----As shown in the Table 3 above, only 50 percent of the respondents attended a short term professional related training and specified the title of the training attended, duration & credits earned, and name of training institutions as Plus Supervisor Training from January 5 to May 30 under the institution of SMARTMATIC TIM; no information caught to the other respondent about the training or advance study attended after college.

Employment data of the engineering graduates

Table 9. Employment Data of Graduates

Employment Data Frequency(f) Percentage (%)

Presently Employed yes

no ----2 100%

----Present Employment Status Contractual

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Name of Company or Organization including address

NSO Biliran

SMARTMATIC TIM. 11 50%50%

Major line of business of the

company you are presently in ----

----Place of work Local National international 2 ----100% ----Is this your first job after

college

Yes

no ----2 100%

----Reason(S) for changing job Salaries and benefits

Related to Special Skills 21 100%50%

How long did you stay in your first job 1 year 2 years 3 years 1 ----1 50% ----50% How did you find your first

job ----

----How long did it take you to land your first job

1 week 2 weeks 3weeks 1 ----50% ----Job level Position

Self-Employed 1 50%

What is your initial Gross monthly earning in your first job after college

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Was the curriculum you had in college relevant to your first job

Yes

no ----1 50%

----What competencies learned in college did you find very useful in your first job

Information Technology skills 1 50%

Suggestion to further improve your course curriculum

conduct seminar in new

technology 1 50%

As shown in the Table 4 above, 100 percent of the respondents were presently employed, 50 percent was contractual and 50 percent was casual. The companies were NSO Biliran and SMARTMATIC TIM. Fifty (50) percent was in NSO Biliran and the other 50 percent was in SMARTMATIC TIM. Both worked locally. A hundred percent of the respondents agreed that it was not their first job; 100 percent quoted that the reason of changing their job was the salaries and benefits but 50 percent added “Related to Special Skills”. Fifty (50) percent stayed in their first job just 1 year and 50 percent stayed 3 years in their first job. Only 1 week took the 50 percent of the respondents land their first job and they were self-employed with a gross-monthly earning of P8, 000.00. Fifty (50) percent of the respondents voted that the curriculum they had in college was relevant to their first job. For the BS Computer Engineering, the competencies learned in college that find very useful in their first job was the Information Technology skills. Fifty (50) percent suggested to conduct seminar in new technology to further improve the course curriculum.

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Chapter IV

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

This chapter presents the summary of the findings generated based on the objectives of the study. It also presents the conclusion and recommendation based on the findings of the study.

Summary of Findings

The study generally aimed to determine the biographic profile of the graduates in terms of: civil status, gender, region of origin, province and the location of residence at Naval State University particularly from the Engineering Department. Utilizing the descriptive data of the engineering graduates as the main data gathered.

Biographic profile of graduates. Both respondents have the same biographic profiles. Both were single, male, residing in Region 8, from Biliran Province and residing in the Municipality.

Educational background of the engineering graduates. There were only 2 respondents involved, one from the BS in Civil Engineering and the other from BS in Computer Engineering as their degree and specialization at Naval State University 100% graduated in the year 2008.

Training/advance studies attended after college. Only 50 percent of the respondents have a short term professional related training and specified the title of the training attended, duration & credits earned, and name of training institutions as Plus Supervisor Training from January 5 to May 30 under the institution of SMARTMATIC TIM.

Employment Data of Graduates. Both worked locally and hundred percent of the respondents agreed that it was not their first job; 100 percent quoted that the

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reason of changing their job was the salaries and benefits but 50 percent added “Related to Special Skills”. Fifty (50) percent stayed in their first job just 1 year and 50 percent stayed 3 years in their first job. Only 1 week took the 50 percent of the respondents land their first job and they were self-employed with a gross-monthly earning of P8, 000.00. Fifty (50) percent of the respondents voted that the curriculum they had in college was relevant to their first job. For the BS Computer Engineering, the competencies learned in college that find very useful in their first job was the Information Technology skills. Fifty (50) percent suggested to conduct seminar in new technology to further improve the course curriculum.

Conclusions

After thorough analysis of the results based on the findings gathered from the study, the following conclusions were drawn:

1. Majority of the profile of graduates/respondents were hundred percent (100%) single, male, residing at Region 8 from the Province of Biliran and living on its municipality.

2. Majority of the educational background of the graduates/respondents with their respected degree and specialization were 50 percent BS in Civil Engineering and 50 percent were BS in Computer Engineering, their college or university were both100% graduated at Naval State University, and the year been graduated were 100 percent graduated in the year 2008.

3. Only 50 percent of the graduates/respondents undergo a short term professional related training with pertains to their training/advanced study attended after college.

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4. Majority of the engineering graduates/respondents 100% got a job pertaining to the employment data of the graduates and both have worked locally.

Recommendations

The researchers recommend the following:

1. All graduates of the College of Engineering should be included in this study. 2. This website should be implemented for a better access of the graduates. 3. This website should be updated always.

4. This study should be conducted to all Colleges not just in the College of Engineering.

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Literature Cited

Commission on Higher Education. (2006). Graduate Tracer Manual and Lecture. Manila.

Rodriguez, S. (2006). University of the East Graduate Tracer Study (School Year 2000-2001 to School year 2003-2004). Manila: University of the East. Aina, L.O., & Moahi, K. (1999). Tracer study of the Botswana library school

graduates. Education for Information, 17(3), 215-45.

Shongwe and Ocholla (2009). A tracer study of LIS graduates at the University of Zululand, 2000 -2009. Department of Information Studies. University of Zululand.

Prevanand Ramrathan, Tracer Study Of Teacher Education Graduates. University of Durban-Westville. Durban, South Africa, 1997.

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APPENDIX A Development Schedule June 2014 July 2014 Aug. 2014 Sept. 2014 Oct. 2014 Web Page Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV

The Development Schedule shows the graphical representation of the project schedule. This illustrates the corresponding months and years when each phase is being applied during the development of the project. This is shown in this chart that the proponents start planning, gathering essential data and making of the web page from June to August and then made the Chapter 2 from the month of August to October. And at the month of October, Chapter III and Chapter IV were done.

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APPENDIX B Work Assignment

Enrique D. Cerelles – is the team system analyst who is in charge in analyzing the data before putting it to the database.

Teodoro V. Cañete– is the team programmer/web programmer who is in charge of building the Website and Program Coding, he is also the layout artist.

Mark Paul Calvez – is the team data analyst who is in charge in the data and information needed to build the Web Page.

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APPENDIX C

Project Team Organizational Structure

Mark Paul Calvez Data Analyst Enrique Cerelles System Analyst Malyn S. Gahum Food Committee Teodoro Cañete Programmer

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APPENDIX D Screen Design

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APPENDIX E Codes and Tags Index.html

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TEODORO VERBA CAŇETE JR.

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Date of Birth : March 24, 1994

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Weight : 55 kilo

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Mother : Gemma V. Caňete

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Secondary : Manlabang National High School

Caibiran, Biliran 2009-2010

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ENRIQUE DACALLOS CERELLES

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Date of Birth : July 5, 1992

Place of Birth : Brgy. Palarao, Leyte, Leyte

Sex : Male

Civil Status : Single

Height : 5.4’

Weight : 50 kilo

Father : Elesio A. Cerelles

Mother : Nilda D. Cerelles

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Elementary Palarao Elementary School

Brgy. Palarao, Leyte, Leyte

2004-2005

Secondary : Leyte Agro-Industrial School (LAIS)

Leyte, Leyte

2008-2009

Collegiate : Naval State University

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MARK PAUL EJORCADAS CALVEZ

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Date of Birth : April 4, 1994

Place of Birth : Brgy. Iyusan Almeria, Biliran

Sex : Male

Civil Status : Single

Height : 5.7’

Weight : 70 kilos

Father : N/A

Mother : Rebecca E. Calvez

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Iyusan, Naval, Biliran

2005-2006

Secondary : Almeria National High School

Almeria, Biliran

2009-2010

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MARK JUN DELA CRUZ FABI

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Date of Birth : May 21 1992

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Sex : Male

Civil Status : Single

Height : 5.5’

Weight : 48 kilo

Father : Uldarico Faibi

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Carigara, Leyte

2002-2003

Secondary : Carigara National High School

Carigara, Leyte

2006-2007

Collegiate : Naval State University

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