TESDA 10 Regional Director Ashary A. Banto led the distribution of Starter tool kits to OAIS Scholars
          A total of one hundred (100) graduates of Oroquieta Agro-Industrial School received their starter tool kits today, August 19, 2021 in a ceremony held at OAIS covered court at 1:00 o'clock this afternoon which was led by no less than TESDA 10's active and dynamic Regional Director Ashary A. Banto.
          The programs involved are SMAW NC I and NC II with 25 trainees for each qualification thereby summing a total of 50 beneficiaries. These are under the 2020 UAQTEA Scholarship Program. On the other hand, another 50 scholars who were composed of 2 batches in Animal Production (Poultry-Chicken) NC II under the 2020 STEP Scholarship Program received likewise their tool kits in the same ceremony.
        The starter tools kits distributed and given to the graduates will lead them to income-generating activity as they have already the indispensable tools to be used in embarking into one.
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        Meanwhile, early this morning, RD Banto has a meet and greet meeting with OAIS faculty and staff, along with VSA - II Engr. Lee R. Catane and TESDA Mis. Occ. Provincial Director Arlyn S. Bandong where he emphasized on actively involving the relevant stakeholders who are part and parcel of the sustainable development of TESDA's programs and services to its clientele.
        RD Banto was accompanied by his Chief of Staff Stepher A. Mercado who has been trusted confidante in delivering TESDA's programs and services to the grassroots.