NEWS AND UPDATES

University Income generation Program

The university continuously generates income and provides employment opportunities for the unemployed people in the nearby communities. The university has 6 divisions: Plantation Crop Production Division (PCPD); Cereal Production and Processing Division (CPPD); Livestock, Poultry and Fisheries Division (LPFD); Forest Resources Development Production Division (FRDPD); University Food and Lodging Services Division (UFLSD); and the Special Projects Division (SPD).

Plantation Crop Production Division

The PCPD is responsible for the implementation, management, and operations of the plantation crops production projects to include rubber, coffee and cacao, fruit crops and commercial nursery, coconut, cassava, sugarcane and other crops. The rubber plantation area has been increasing which meant increase of rubber production. Hence, the ongoing expansion of rubber processing plant addresses the need to establish/ enhance agro-industrial processing facilities for value-adding activities of the UIGP products.

Cereal Production and Processing Division

The CPPD is responsible for the implementation, management, and operations of the cereal crops and vegetable production projects, post-harvest facilities and others. The projects under this division include lowland rice, lowland rice seed (seed net), corn and other grains, upland multi-crops, and rice mill/ grains and feed processing the lowland rice is the top-IGP for this year.

Livestock, Poultry and Fisheries Division

The LPFD is responsible for the implementation, management, and operations of the animal production projects including the production of organic fertilizers. The projects include the Beef Cattle and Horse, Dairy, Goat and Sheep, Swine, Poultry, Fish and other Aquatic Resources, and Organic Fertilizer.

Forest Resource Development Production Division

The FRDPD handles the production and maintenance of forest and forest resources of the university. Under this division are the Forest Resources Development (FRD), Extraction and Utilization, and the Ecotourism projects.

University Food and Lodging Services Division

The UFLSD is responsible for the implementation, management and operations of the hotel and restaurant related services of the university. These include the Continuing Education Center (CEC) Hostel and Lodging Services, CEC Canteen and Catering Services, Swimming Pool and Gazebo, and the Farmers Training Center (FTC).

Special Projects Division

The SPD is responsible for the management, coordination, implementation and monitoring of proposed and approved leased-contract projects entered into by the university with public-private entities for the purpose of undertaking production or services within the university lands and premises, as well as, R & D collaborations and undertaking. The projects under this division include Management of the Agricultural Experiment Station (AES), Leased-Contract for Production and Services, Private-Public Partnerships University Food and Lodging Services Division (PPP) Joint-Ventures with Business and Industry (R & D), and other special projects for development.

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