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Lifeline Assistance for Neighbors In-need
        (L.A.N.I.) Scholarship Program

 

 

Mayor Ma. Laarni Cayetano committed that under her leadership, all Taguigeños are special and all should be given fair opportunity to study, find work, and have a brighter future. (“Lahat ng Taguigeno ay VIP at walang maiiwanan. Lahat may oportunidad.”) She also believes that education is a crucial key to social progress and human development. Hence, the comprehensive Taguig City Scholarship Program was established under the Lifeline Assistance for Neighbors In-need (L.A.N.I.) Program.

Taguig City’s L.A.N.I. Scholarship Program was established under City Ordinance Number 9, Series of 2011 and the issuance of the implementing guidelines under EO 2011-11 with an initial budget of P100 Million. The Program was triggered by 3 key factors:

  • Statistics showing that in the Philippines, of every 100 pupils that enters Grade 1, only around 65 finishes Grade 6, only 58 proceeds to high school, with only 42 graduating. Of the high school graduates, only 23 will enter college and only around 12 or 14 will eventually graduate. The Mayor wants complete access to basic education, and to significantly improve both the quantity and quality of our graduates, especially of our college graduates;
  • A Taguig survey in 2009 showing that education and scholarship were among the Top 7 concerns of the residents; and
  • The fact that Mayor Lani was a scholar and a working student in college. Through this Program, she can reach out and provide scholarships to thousands, who, some day may become the leaders of this City, and perhaps the country.

 

BASIC QUALIFICATION CRITERIA FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM:

  1. Bona fide resident of Taguig City for at least 3 years immediately preceding the application. Must be a registered voter of the City if 18 years or older, and with at least one of the parents also a registered voter of the city.
  2. Of good moral character both in paper and in deeds.
  3. Determined to finish the course or pass the bar/board examination
  4. Committed to love and serve Taguig City

 

DIFFERENT SCHOLARSHIP TYPES – Please see Table 1

MAINTAINING THE SCHOLARSHIP

  • To maintain the scholarship, scholars must submit the application form and required documents every semester. General weighted average (GWA) for the duration of the scholarship covered should not be lower than 2.5, with no grade of 5, dropped, unremoved 4, or incomplete, or these grades’ equivalent, and must carry a load of at least 15 units per semester or its equivalent per trimester.
  • For those with violations:
    • 1st offense – probation/warning;
    • 2nd offense – suspension;
    • 3rd offense – termination from the scholarship.

Table 1. Taguig City’s L.A.N.I. Scholarship Program Types, Intended Beneficiaries, Benefits

Scholarship Type Intended Beneficiaries Benefit per School Year
     Premier/Specialized              School       For those enrolling in or enrolled in the University of the Philippines System (Luzon Campuses) & other public & private colleges & universities certified by CHED as Centers of Excellence in the NCR (see Table 2). This is open to graduates of either public or private secondary schools. P40,000 to P50,000
           Honors (Full) Top 10 graduates of public high schools in Taguig, regardless of the schools or courses in college. P40,000 to P50,000
      Priority Courses and Skills Training Those enrolling in or enrolled in courses identified by the City as responsive to its present and future needs, and in cognizance of the DOST-listed priority courses. This category includes persons with disabilities (PWDs) as certified by the City’s PDAO, or if taking up law or medicine, must be enrolled or enrolling in top performing schools as listed by the program based on performance data from PRC/CHED/SC (see Table 3.1 & 3.2). This is open to graduates of either public or private secondary schools. P40,000 to P50,000
      Basic + SUC/LCU              (Basic Plus)   Graduates of public high schools in Taguig or nearby LGUs, who are enrolled or enrolling in an SUC or LCU in the NCR, except for TCU students who are already full scholars of the City P20,000 to P30,000
             SUC/LCU Graduate of private school who are enrolled or enrolling in an SUC or LCUs in the NCR. P15,000 to P25,000
                 Basic Graduates of any public high school in Taguig or nearby municipalities or cities within the NCR who are enrolled in higher education institutions in the NCR which are not SUCs or LUCs. P15,000 to P25,000
      Review Assistance This is a one-time assistance for residents who have already graduated, and are preparing for their licensure/board or bar examinations. Complete application must be submitted at least two weeks prior to taking the examination. P20,000 for Bar and Medical Board takers, P15,000 for other Board Exam Takers. Incentive of up to P50,000 for Top 10 Placers depending on rank and type of exam
 

Leadership and Educators Advancement and Development (LEAD)

 

This is for those pursuing Masteral or Doctoral Degrees. They must be government employees, working either in the local or national government for at least 3 years, based IN Taguig, and whose performance evaluation is outstanding or at least very satisfactory.

This includes teachers (in both public and private schools in Taguig). Applicants must not exceed 50 years old. Courses taken must be aligned with their profession

This is for those pursuing Masteral or Doctoral Degrees. They must be government employees, working either in the local or national government for at least 3 years, based IN Taguig, and whose performance evaluation is outstanding or at least very satisfactory.

This includes teachers (in both public and private schools in Taguig). Applicants must not exceed 50 years old. Courses taken must be aligned with their profession

Note: Please refer to the appropriate Scholarship Application Form for the Checklist of Requirements, as these may vary depending on the Scholarship Type being applied for.

L.A.N.I. Leadership and Educators Advancement and Development (LEAD) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 

WHO MAY APPLY?

  • Applicants must also be:
  • Bona fide Taguig residents who are taking up masteral or doctoral degrees provided they have been in service for at least 3 years in a national or local government office IN Taguig. They must be taking up courses that are aligned with their profession, and with an Excellent performance rating or at least Very Satisfactory. This is also open to teachers in private schools IN Taguig. Applicants must NOT exceed 50 years old.
    • Bona fide resident of Taguig for at least 3 years, and a registered voter of the city.
    • Of good moral character, both in paper and in deeds.
    • Determined to finish the course.
    • Committed to love and serve the City of Taguig.

WHEN IS THE APPLICATION PERIOD FOR THE FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER SY. 2015-16?

  • June 22-26, 2015 or August 24-28, 2015, from 9 AM to 3 PM, Mon-Friday (except holidays), at the Senator Renato “Compañero” Cayetano Memorial Science and Technology High School (SRCC or Cayetano Science) Auditorium, Pamayanang Diego Silang, Brgy. Ususan, Taguig City. Applicants from DepEd are encouraged to submit earlier or as scheduled by the DepEd-TAPAT Division Office.

 

Where to Apply?

Scholarship application are accepted at the LANI Scholarship Office located at the Senator Renato “Compañero” Cayetano Memorial Science and Technology High School (SRCC or Cayetano Science), Pamayanang Diego Silang, Brgy. Ususan, Taguig City.

 

We prefer that students apply on their own, since this is their scholarship. We discourage scholar applicants in sending their lolo, lola, parents or anybody else to apply for them. There is no special lanes for the elderly – maawa naman kayo sa kanila. Employees of the city/barangay will NOT be allowed to submit your application, or to follow up for you.

 

What are the General Requirements?

  1. Filled-up Application Form with 2X2 Recent Picture
  2. Enrolment Form for Current Semester/Term with Official Receipt, if applicable
  3. Authenticated or True Copy of Grades last semester, with school seal/official signature for continuing students, preferably with semestral weighted average indicated. (For those with trimester, grades for the past 2 terms)
  4. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the School.
  5. High School Report Card/Other valid proof of having graduated from High School (for Freshmen/New Applicants). For those who graduated in Senior High School from Private Schools/Universities, but finished Grade 10 in Taguig public school or nearby public schools, bring documentary proof.
  6. School ID (back to back photocopy in a single page)
  7. Voter’s Certification issued by COMELEC, showing that at least one of the parents of the applicant is a registered voter (issued after the May 9, 2016 election).
  8. Voter’s Certification of the applicant (for those 18 years old and above)
  9. Other necessary documents to facilitate the processing of your scholarship application (i.e. Proof of having graduated as Top 10 of the Batch in Senior High School – for those applying for Honors Scholarship; Transcript or True Copy of Grades since start of college for New Applicants who are continuing students, EVS/TLC Certification, F137, Course Curriculum, Birth Certificate, etc.).

Please see the appropriate Application Form with its checklist of requirements.

 

MERIT INCENTIVES (FOR PREMIER, FULL, PRIORITY, BASIC, AND SUC/LUC Scholars)

  • For scholars with a semestral weighted average of “1.75” or higher or its equivalent (equivalent to the University of the Philippines’ grade of 1.75).

Scholarship information and application forms are also available at the Scholarship Secretariat (Taguig) Facebook account and the City Government’s website:  www.taguig.gov.ph. Scholars are encouraged to check these sites regularly for announcements and updates.

 

Table 2. Schools and Courses included in the Premier Scholarship, aside from those in the University of the Philippines

 

SCHOOLS COURSES
1 Asia Pacific College

Magallanes Village, Makati City

 Information Technology
2 Ateneo de Manila University

Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City

Biology
Business Administration
Chemistry
Entrepreneurship
Information Technology
Literature (Dept of English)
Mathematics
Philosophy
Physics
Psychology
Sociology
3 Centro Escolar University

Mendiola, Manila campus only

Teacher Education
4 De La Salle College of Saint Benilde

Taft Avenue, Manila

Business Administration
Hotel & Restaurant Management
5 De La Salle University

Taft Avenue, Manila

Accountancy
Biology
Business Administration
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Entrepreneurship
Information Technology
Industrial Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Physics
Teacher Education
6 Far Eastern University

Taft Avenue, Manila

Teacher Education
7 Jose Rizal University

Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City

Business Administration
8 Lyceum of the Philippines University

Intramuros, Manila

Business Administration
Customs Administration
Hotel & Restaurant Management
Tourism
9 Manila Central University

Manila Central University

Optometry
10 Mapua Institute of Technology

Mapua Institute of Technology

Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Sanitary Engineering
11 Mapua Institute of Technology

Makati City

Information Technology
12 Miriam College

Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City

Business Administration
Entrepreneurship
Teacher Education
13 National University

Sampaloc, Manila

Information Technology
14 Our Lady of Fatima University

Valenzuela City (this designation is for this campus only)

Hotel & Restaurant Management
15 Philippine Normal University

Ermita, Manila

Teacher Education
16 Technological Institute of the Philippines Manila

Quiapo, Manila and Cubao, Quezon City

Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Information Technology
17 University of Santo Tomas

España, Manila

Biology
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Hotel & Restaurant Management
Medical Technology/Medical Laboratory
Science
Nursing
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Psychology
Tourism
Teacher Education
18 University of the East-Manila

Sampaloc, Manila

Information Technology

Based on CHED CMO No. 38, S2015; CMO #7, S2016; CMO #15, S2016; and CMO #17, S2016

 

Table 3.1. List of Priority Courses and Schools

COURSE/CATEGORY

SCHOOLS

 1. Medicine University Of The Philippines Manila (COE)

University Of Santo Tomas (COE)

University Of The East Ramon Magsaysay Mem Medical Ctr (COE)

Ateneo De Mla Univ. School Of Med. & Public Health-Pasig

De La Salle University-Health Sciences Institute

Far Eastern University Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation

Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila

Saint Luke’s College Of Medicine

San Beda College

 2. Law UP, Ateneo, UST, FEU-DLSU, Arellano University, FEU, PLM, PUP, Lyceum, San Beda College, and San Sebastian
 3. Social Work UP, Miriam College, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Universidad de Manila
 4. People With Disabilities (PWD) Any course in any CHED-accredited school in the NCR. All applying for this should attach photocopy of ID from the City’s Persons With Disabilities Office (PDAO).
   *Schools of Medicine in NCR selected based on good school performance in the 2010-2018 Physician Licensure Examination
**All are included in CHED’s top 20 performing schools, 1999-2009
***Top Performing HEIs in the 2013-2018 Social Work Licensure Examinations

 

Higher Education Institution/Address

DISCIPLINE/PROGRAM

Adamson University 

Ermita, Manila

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electronics Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Teacher Education

(Science & Math Teaching only)

AMA University

Project 8, Quezon City Campus only

Information Technology
Asia Pacific College

Magallanes Village, Makati City

Computer Engineering
Ateneo de Manila University

Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City

Electronics Engineering

Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Taft Avenue, Manila

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Statistics

Mapua Institute of Technology

Intramuros, Manila

Industrial Engineering

Metallurgical Engineering

Mining Engineering

Our Lady of Fatima University

Valenzuela City campus only

Pharmacy
Rizal Technological University Electrical Engineering
St. Paul University Nursing
Technological Institute of the Philippines Manila

Quiapo, Manila

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Technological Institute of the Philippines

Cubao, Quezon City

Civil Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Technological University of the Philippines

Manila

Electrical Engineering

Electronics Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Trinity University of Asia Nursing
University of Asia and the Pacific

Pearl Drive, Pasig City

Teacher Education (Science & Math Teaching only)
University of Santo Tomas

España, Manila

Civil Engineering

Communication

Electrical Engineering

Electronics Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Information Technology

Math

Mechanical Engineering

University of the East Mechanical Engineering
University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center Nursing

 

Investing in education, investing in the City’s Foundation!

Downloadable Forms :

2018 July HONORS, PREMIER, PRIORITY Application Form

2018 July BASIC, SUC, BASIC PLUS SUC-LCU Application Form

Laude Graduate or Board Top 10 Form – Revised 2018

TLC STUDENT CHECKLIST 2018

TLC APPLICATION FORM 2018

TLC FORM 2018-5(Certification)

 


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