The CIT - CSS is one of the collegiate/departmental councils of the Cebu Institute of Technology - University, hereinafter referred to as the Institution, and is the administrative implementing arm of the local branch of the CIT Supreme Student Government. It is the sole representative and voice of the computer students of the Institution.
CIT BS Information Technology Prospectus 2007-2008 and CIT BS Computer Science Prospectus 2007-2008 available here. These two courses, may sound the same to high school students but they do differ. You can use these documents to compare the two BS programs.
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CIT Tops Again!
After a fruitful year of our organization school year 2010-2011, the hippest organization in CIT calls for application for the Computer Students’ Society Election 2011. This year’s election will be different from before. There will be an option of having student political parties and the election procedure will be by ballot.
From January 19, 2011 to February 5, 2011, the CSS Commission on Election will be accepting application forms. For interested CCS students, they can download the forms here. DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM NOW.
Computer Students’ Society Election will be on Friday, February 11, 2011. Keep posted for the venue and other changes.
What are the positions that I can run for?
CSS Executive Body
- Internal Vice President
- External Vice President
- Deputy Secretary
- Press Information Officer
- Peace Officer
- Vice President
- Vice President
Who are qualified?
Bonafide students of Cebu Institute of Technology – University taking up Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Computer Science. The applicant must not have any failing grade during his/her stay in CIT. Incoming second year, third year and fourth year students are qualified to run for office.
When is the deadline of submitting the application forms?
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Where will I pass my application form?
You can pass it to the College of Computer Studies Office. You can also pass it online. [If online, pictures must be passed physically]. Just send it to email@example.com
What will I do after sending my application form?
You will wait for the confirmation email from the CIT-CSS through firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you receive the confirmation, you can start working with the four remaining forms.
- Certificate of Candidacy
- Leadership Background
- Essay form
Once done, you can email the four forms to email@example.com or you can hand-carry it to the College of Computer Studies Office. Deadliest deadline for the four remaining forms will be February 9, 2011.
Do you have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Original post by RONNELL PADILLO
The 2nd day of October 2010 will always be a historic day for us in Computer Students’ Society. Ronnell L. Padillo, the Computer Students’ Society President and Vice President Gian Sebastian Lucero were elected as President and Treasurer of the Cyber Council of Cebu.
September 05, 2010 came. Ana Robenia Sinconiegue of USJR ICTO and Arnette Nael Marie Caspe of UP CSG responded to the call. We had a meeting at MCDonalds’ Mambaling and like me, they were so eager to be connected with other schools. September 12, 2010 marked the interest of other student organizations as the USPF, Informatics and USC joined the confederation. September 26, 2010 was the “finishing touches” as the Cebu Technological University, Asian College of Technology and University of Cebu Main Campus added up to the society.
Dr. Gregg Victor Gabison, Dean of USJR CICCT shared his thoughts about Philippine Society of Information Technology Students and Professor Cherry Lyn Sta Romana, Dean of the College of Computer Studies of CIT University graced the event with full support of the “connection”. Miss Leah A. Velasco, the adviser of CIT CSS graced the event as well.
Seven representatives were asked to come from each school. Unfortunately, UP wasn’t able to send even one representative. From them they selected 3 to represent their schools in the election and another representative who will automatically act as Commissioner in the Commission in Good Governance of Cyber Council of Cebu. Then they introduced themselves. Lot of them knows how to dance, sing, socialize, and of course, they all know how to sell themselves.
Nomination time came. Election followed. Finally, it was RONNELL PADILLO who emerged as the President with 14 votes out of 20. Internal Vice President, External Vice President and Secretary all came from University of San Jose Recoletos. The rest of officers of the executive board came from USPF, ACT and CTU. After the election, committees were formed. Lastly, they shared their unique activities for Cyber Council of Cebu. First in the list: Leadership Training and Seminar to give time to newly-elected officers to mingle with others and get to know more about their strengths and weaknesses.
Special thanks to the organizers with their head, Renz Edison Tolero, Board Member of the CIT University Computer Students’ Society. Kevin Ray Chua, the aspiring Cebu City Councilor – South District was the emcee. Computer Students’ Society, heap heap? Array!
The Computer Students’ Society officers always have this volunteerism in Nation Building. Gawad Kalinga: Build a House Project was then part of the Tentative Schedule of Activities.
Jason Rico Lim, of the CIT University College of Nursing faculty called the attention of Ronnell Padillo to help them out in the TARPAULIN MEETING that will be placed in front of two CIT UNIVERSITY buses during October 2 and 3.
To those who love to go, please be guided accordingly. Use the tarpaulin for questions. Thanks.
PS: Snacks will be provided. Please be in construction attire and bring your packed lunch. Thank you so much. Let’s build our NATION. MDG2015.
The Cebu Institute of Technology – University Computer Students’ Society (CIT-CSS) will hold “TeckTalk: Android on Target” on September 25, 2010, 8AM-12NN, Saturday at the CIT University Audio Visual Room.
Following the successful “Blog ta bai, University Nata,” the CIT-CSS officers direct this technology talk (TechTalk) to the computer students who wished to excel more in the field of mobile applications/platforms. It is also a good avenue to start up with the Android OS Mobile Apps for students taking up Mobile Applications as their CCS Free Electives.
Mr. Herbert Ampusta Boloyos, an Android Master from the University of San Jose Recoletos shall conduct the 3-hr seminar.
All CIT University students especially the CSS Members and CCS students are invited to join the seminar. So what are you waiting for? Invite your friends to this affair brought to you by the Computer Students’ Society.
Hello Technologians. I love CIT University Ballers only at P30.00 available days from now. For reservations, please comment here: [name, course and year, number of ballers,contact number] Thanks. For more information, contact me at 09232883472. God bless us all. ONLY P25.00 for CSS members. Heap heap array!