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BFAR launches “MuSEAka, SEAnema: Likhang Kabataan para sa Yamang Pangisdaan”
An MTV and short story documentary contest for the youth to highlight the 50th Fish Conservation Week

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources launches MuSEAka, SEAnema a competition that would challenge the artistry of all enrolled high school and college students and at the same time involve the youth in the government’s effort to save the country’s aquatic resources. 
The said contest which will highlight this year’s Fish Conservation Week Celebration is a two-part competition aiming to showcase the youth’s creative juices as they venture into two trendy MTV production and short film documentary.

 MuSEAka, SEAnema has two categories: the first category gives opportunity to high school students to show their talents in song-writing, video producing and even singing as they take on the challenge of producing a music video of their own song composition while the second category opens a venue for college students to prove their skills in scriptwriting, directing and video-editing as they embark on producing documentaries that feature the state of the fisheries resource to conserve them.

The competition will be held at three levels: the regional screening for the top three (3) entries in each contest; the preliminary screening of the regional winning entries at the Central Office to determine the contests’ 10 best entries that will be uploaded on a specially-created Facebook account for online voting and; finally, the selection of three (3) grand prize and two (2) consolation prize winners for each contest.

Upon receipt of the winning entries from the regions, a preliminary screening for the contests’ 10 best entries will be conducted on September 25, 2013. The chosen entries will then be uploaded on Facebook for online voting beginning September 26 until October 13, 2013. The popular votes will constitute 20% of the total score. 

The Information and Public Relations Group (IPRG) of BFAR Central Office will hold the judging of the select best entries for each contest on or before October 14, 2013.Six (6) national winners and four (4) consolation prize winners will be invited to receive their awards and winnings during the culmination of the 50th Fish Conservation Week celebration. Five (5) judges for each contest will be invited from DepEd, the academe and professional media groups in the field of music and film editing.

It is not the first time that the bureau partners with the media industry alongside government institutions like DepEd, CHED and NCCA in pushing through its initiatives and advocacies. It can be remembered that in the 49th Fish Conservation Week last year, these institutions went side by side in partnership with BFAR as it launched a similar two-part competition for the youth in its effort to promote and instill awareness on conservation and protection of endangered and threatened fish species not only among few groups of people but on all levels, especially among the youth. Thus, “Angry Fish” essay writing contest and“Fish on the Red List” drawing and painting contest was launched.

Similar to the previous contests last year, cash prizes await regional and national winners.   For the MTV-making, the top three regional winners will receive Php 7, 500 each. The grand prize winner will receive Php 20,000 while the second and third place winners will receive Php 15,000 and Php 10,000 respectively. The two consolation prize winners will receive Php 5,000 each. For the short film documentary production contest, the top three regional winners shall receive Php 15, 000 each. The grand prize winner will receive Php 30,000 while the second and third place winners will receive Php 20,000 and Php 15,000 respectively. The two consolation prize winners, on the other hand, will receive Php 7,500 each.

Participating students may submit their entries to the regional offices on or before September 13, 2013. Entries from the NCR may be submitted at the BFAR Central Office in Diliman, Quezon City.                 

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Here is the official list of Top 3 passers per region to constitute the 21st Batch of FSP-Industry Leaders Scholars starting SY 2013-2014.Scholars may enroll for a 4-year course on Bachelor of Science in Fisheries at any of the three (3) state universities and colleges: University of the Philippines in the Visayas (UPV), Miag-ao, Iloilo; Central Luzon State University (CLSU), Muñoz, Nueva Ecija; Zamboanga State College of Marine Sciences & Technology (ZSCMST), Fort Pilar, Zamboanga City. For more scholarship details, kindly coordinate with BFAR regional offices nearest you or you may contact the BFAR-FSP Secretariat at tel. no. (02) 453-8530, email:,

CAR:     PAULINO, JENNILYN (Ampucao National HighSchool), INYAN, REYMON (Ampucao National High School), MIGUEL, JHIALYN ELOIZA (Kapangan National High School)

REGION I:     TERCIAS, MA. REINALYN (Rosales National High School), BIANAN, GOLDWIN (Joyland School Inc.), DOCTOLERO, CARLO (Binday National High School)

REGION II:     DORING APRIL (Magsaysay Memorial High School), TAGUIAM, JONI MAE (CSU-Gonzaga Laboratory High School), DE JESUS, AL CHRISTIAN (Isabela National High School)

REGION III:     TORNO, DANIEL JERIC (Masantol High School), ENTOMA, APHRODITE (T.R. Yangco Catholic Educational Institute), LUMINARIO, CLARICE (Pinalagan High School)

REGION IV:     TAMBAN, ERIKO (Laguna State Polytechnic University), RAMIREZ, BONALY MARRIEZ (Laguna State Polytechnic University)

REGION IV-B:     ALFANTE, JESSIE (Nag-iba National High School), MAZO, XYRRA JEREMIAH (San Agustin National Trade School), DELA CHICA, ORLANDO (Agustin Gutierrez Memorial Academy)

REGION V:     HERMOGINO SAMUEL (Bentoco National High School), FURIO, SHEENA (Bulusan National High School), CAVITA, ABIGAIL (Gainza National High School)

REGION VI:     SENANGOTE, RHEANE JOY (San Joaquin School of Fisheries), DEPRA, PAUL FILIP (P.D. Monfort National Science High School), FIGUEROA, JERIAN DALE (U.P. High School in Iloilo)

REGION VII:     CHAN, JOSIELOU (Tagbilaran City Science High School), SIY CHUAN, MARY JANE (Talisay City Science High School), CAÑAL, TG BONJUANA (Talisay City Science High School)

REGION VIII:     QUIZA, ANGELO (Matarinao School of Fisheries), PADRON, ARIES PAUL (Guiuan National High School), PARAMBITA, MARIA FE (Guiuan National High School)

REGION IX:     DUQIE, JESSICA (Zamboanga National High School West), ISIC, DUMAGAY CHRYSTELLE (Zamboanga National High School West), SEMBLANTE, JOY MAE (Star of the Sea High School)

REGION X:     MAGAMANO, AL JUN (Manbajao National High School), BARON, ROSE ANN (Mambajao National High School), GIDO, ROGELIO (Talisay National High School)

REGION XI:     DOÑOS, KHER DAVE (Tagbitan-ag National High School), CUBCROS, KIMBERLY (Nievas Villarica National High School), JIMENEZ, KHRYZZ LYNN (Nievas Villarica National High School)

REGION XII:     SARTE, RUBIE (Lika National High School), JIMENEZ, RUBEN (Koronadal National Comprehensive High School), PEÑAFIEL, JOVENEL (General Santos National High School)

REGION XIII (CARAGA):     BAYUBAY, JAYSON REY (Sampaguita National High School), ARIÑEZ, JULY (Ipil National High School), ANTONIANO, IVY (Surigao del Sur State University)

ARMM:     AMIL, MORINA (Jolo, Agricultural School), AIDA, NURAINI (MSU-Sulu Laboratory High School), BATAPA, JOHN ENRIQ (Amir Bara Lidasan National High School)

Source: FSP Secretariat, 2/F PCA Annex Bldg., Commonwealth Ave., Diliman Quezon City

The BFAR Fisheries Scholarship Program (FSP) through its Fisherfolk Children Educational Grant (FCEG) Component is offering scholarship to children of small-scale fisherfolk who are interested to pursue a four-year B.S. Fisheries Course (or any related 4-year course) starting on the 1st Semester of SY 2013-2014 (June 2013). The FSP-FCEG shall provide Ten (10) slots per region.

 Below is the basic information about the Scholarship:


  1. Any high school graduate or 4th year graduating student (SY 2012-2013) who is a son/ daughter of bonafide small-scale fisherfolk;
  2. Not more than 20 years old;
  3. For high school graduate applicants, he/ she must not be presently enrolled or have taken any units in any course and the general weighted average should not be lower than 80%;
  4. Family’s annual gross income is not more than PhP 25,000.00;
  5. Parent/s must be a member of a fishing association/ cooperative duly attested by the chairman and secretary of the association;
  6. Must be a resident of the municipality for at least four (4) years.


  1. A full scholarship grant for college studies leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Fisheries (or any related 4-year course)
  2. Free matriculation and other school fees;
  3. Monthly stipend – Php 2,500.00
  4. Semestral book allowance – Php 2,000.00
  5. Research/ Thesis/ Special Problem support – Php 3,000.00
  6. Graduation Support – Php 500.00

The examination shall be administered by the FSP National Secretariat; BFAR Central Office Examiners; and FSP Regional Coordinators and alternates (Proctors) on April 13, 2013 (Saturday), 9:00 AM in the regional offices and the satellite testing centers.

All applicants should file their applications on or before April 11, 2013 to their respective BFAR regional offices.

For more information, please contact MR. JONATHAN ENERIA or MS. MARY GRACE CAGAY (+639062049780) through telefax no: (02) 453-8530.

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The Department of Agriculture through the Bureau of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in cooperation with the Department of Education will conduct the 21st Nationwide Competitive Examination for the Fisheries Scholarship Program (FSP) Industry Leaders on April 6, 2013 (testing centers-TBA/to be determined by DepEd). Kindly coordinate with BFAR Regional Offices nearest you or call (02) 453-8530 for details.


1. A 4th year High School Student of the current year; not more than 20 years old; and who belongs to the TOP TEN of his/ her graduating class (Not Upper 10%), duly certified by the school head/ principal; or,

2. Any High School graduate, not more than 20 years old at the time of the examination; who has not earned any units in college; and who belongs to the TOP TEN of his/ her graduating class, duly certified by the school head/ principal.

3. Of good moral character as certified by the school head; and no civil/criminal/administrative liabilities.

4. To enroll in the accredited SUCs, the qualified applicant must have passed the SUCs independent qualifying exams for freshmen students.


Documentary Requirements:

Qualified applicants are required to submit the following:

1. Authenticated copy of Diploma

2. Authenticated copy of Transcript of Records (Form 137)

3. Authenticated copy of Report Card (Form 138)

4. Authenticated copy of Birth Certificate

5. Certification from the school head/ principal that the applicant is a present/potential TOP TEN student of the graduating class;

6. Certification of good moral character from the school head/ principal

7. One (1) recent 2”x 2” ID Picture attached to the filled-up BFAR-FSP Application Form


Scholar’s Benefits:

A full scholarship grant for college studies leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Fisheries, and:

  • Free matriculation and other school fees;
  • Monthly stipend – Php 2,500.00
  • Semestral book allowance – Php 2,000.00
  • Thesis Support – Php 5,000.00
  • Graduation Support – Php 500.00




confusing scenarios..comments everywhere..

accordingly, this mark of immaturity reveals official matters/issues converted to personal issues (because of so called “personalan”)

so how does she define or tell if someone has this mark of immaturity? i can only tell one thing, she doesn’t have the mental capabilities of doing so..

Ironic as it may seem, she disguises herself of being the “protagonist of the drama “serye”, the heroine of this superhero film, the jack of all trades (as she calls it!) But doesn’t fit any of the descriptions above.

The “he” she’s referring to is redundantly accordingly has the mark of immaturity! She: he does not know what he’s doing, he does not abide with the provisions of RA____! the mistake we have is sticking to the side of this “he” with the mark of opportunity.

With the present dilemma of ____’s administration, she needs to be ousted! file a case against here..conduct a full-blown investigation to prove who the hell is telling the truth!



P I think about it every night and day
I’m addicted wanna jump outside your ____
I wouldn’t wanna have it any other way
I’m addicted and I just can’t get enough… BEP

I can’t help thinking about the “escape” plan you know.. Lol YES! I know right!

It keeps knocking out of my head.. Wanna get out and start a new beginning. Getting tire of this B**LS**T. keep screaming, yelling.. inside. why can’t just she stop!?


  • rapid weight gain
  • stress
  • eyebags
  • always feeling lack of sleep but the other way round..oops
  • no career development
  • always feeling sick
  • tardiness

right now i’m living life this way “as though nothing is a miracle”.. yeah dude that’s from Albert Einstein.. but i want to live the other way “as though everything is a miracle”.. thanks Mr. E=mc2


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