Some 100 Information Communications Technology students of STI-West Negros University will have a chance to finish their degrees, with the scholarship grants provided by the Negros Occidental provincial government and the school.
Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson and STI WNU executive vice president, Mark Molina, signed the memorandum of understanding on the scholarship grants at the school lobby in Bacolod City Thursday.
Negros Cooperative Bank turns
12, reports P115 million in assets
The Negros Cooperative Bank (NCB), now on its 12th year, reported total assets of P115.1 million, a paid-up capital of P31.3 million, and total equity of P49.8 million.
The bank coop, located at the Provincial Lagoon in North Capitol Road, Bacolod City, initially operated on a paid-up capital of P5,205,000, representing 25 percent of the subscribed shares required by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, its press release said.
It started operations on March 19, 2008, with five employees and 11 members of the Board of Directors.