In a high-stakes meeting held at the office of the Hon. Cong. Neptali “Boyet” Gonzales, key officials gathered to chart the course for transformative initiatives shaping the advancement of Rizal Technological University (RTU). Attendees included Dr. Ma. Eugenia M. Yangco, University President; Dr. Rodolfo L. Ducut, Vice President for Finance and Administration; and Engr. Conrado S. Anciado, a member of the RTU Board of Regents representing the Congress, along with the esteemed Cong. Gonzales.
The meeting marked a significant step towards advancing RTU’s vision for excellence, sharing the approval for the university’s revised organizational structure. This move reflects a commitment to enhanced administrative efficiency and streamlined operations. Discussions also delved into the intricacies of the General Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 2024, scrutinizing allocations and financial strategies to ensure optimal utilization of resources in support of RTU’s academic and developmental goals.
A transformative project that was discussed during the meeting is the construction of a ten-story library building, poised to elevate the learning experience for RTU students by providing a contemporary and conducive environment for academic pursuits.
Central to the discussions were also the details for the provision of dedicated office space within RTU premises for TESDA PAMAMARISAN, reinforcing the partnership between the institutions.
Importantly, the meeting underscored a commitment to the well-being of RTU’s dynamic community. Dialogues encompassed various aspects, including working conditions, academic facilities, and holistic support for both employees and students.
The collaboration between RTU officials and Congressman Gonzales reflects a shared vision for the advancement of education and development in Mandaluyong City. Through collective efforts, these initiatives aim to position RTU as a beacon of academic excellence and community engagement.