NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM
What is the National Service Training Program (NSTP) law?
NSTP law or otherwise known as Republic Act 9163, is a program aimed at: Enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth Developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three (3) program components Enhancing the youth’s active contribution to the general welfare. What are the program components of NSTP?
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)
Literacy Training Service (LTS)
Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)
Designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for national defense preparedness. Literacy Training Service (LTS)
Designed to train the students to teach literacy and numeracy skills to children, out-of-school youth and other segments of society in need of their services. Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)
Refers to activities contributory to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community, or the enhancement of its facilities specially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizenry and other social welfare services. Who shall take the NSTP?
All incoming freshmen students, male and female, enrolled in any baccalaureate courses (and in at least two (2)-year technical-vocational or associate courses), are required to complete one (1) NSTP component of their choice as a graduation requirement. Since when has the NSTP been implemented?
The NSTP has been implemented since the start of school year 2002-2003. How is the NSTP taken up?
Each of the NSTP components is undertaken for an academic period of two (2) semesters and is credited for three (3) units per semester with fifty four (54) to ninety (90) training hours per semester. What if I cannot take the NSTP during regular semester?
A one-summer program in lieu of the two (2)-semester program may be designed, formulated and adopted by DND, CHED and TESDA, subject to the capability of the school and the AFP to handle the same. Are currently-enrolled students covered by the NSTP law?
Male students currently enrolled but have not taken any program component of the previous Expanded ROTC (E-ROTC)/National Service Program (NSP) are covered by the NSTP. What will become of NSTP graduates?
Graduates of the non-ROTC components shall belong to the National Service Reserve Corps (NSRC) which could be tapped by the State for literacy and civic welfare activities. Graduates of the ROTC component shall form part of the AFP Citizen Armed Force, subject to DND requirements. Who is responsible in supervising the NSTP to students?
School authorities shall exercise academic and administrative supervision over the design, formulation, adoption and implementation of the different NSP components in their respective schools. In case of ROTC, the school authorities and DND shall exercise joint supervision over its implementation. What lead agencies will monitor the implementation of the NSTP? CHED regional offices, TESDA provincial and district offices and DND-AFP through major service reserve commands and their ROTC units shall oversee and monitor the implementation of the NSTP under their respective jurisdiction to determine if the trainings conducted are in consonance with this Act. GUIDELINES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL SERVICE RESERVE CORPS (NSRC) Background
Section 11 of RA 9163 or the National Service Training Program Act of 2001 specifically provides for the creation of a National Reserve Corps (NSRC), composed of graduate of the non-ROTC Components: CWTS and LTS. Members of the NSRC may be tapped by the State for literacy and civic welfare activities, through the joint efforts of DND, CHED and TESDA. The National Service Reserve Corps (NSRC)
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