Negros Oriental State University (NORSU) Main and External campus faculty members were reoriented on Work Values and Ethics in the College of Nursing, Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences (CNPAHS) Audio-Visual Room on June 14.
Human Resource personnel Mary Lou Nocete said the orientation was to “remind or reorient the faculties of Republic Act 6713 and Republic Act 3019” as part of the 2016 University – Health, Awareness, Nurture, Empowerment and Productivity (U-HANEP) program of NORSU.
RA 6713 is the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees and RA 3019 is the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.
In a TN interview, Civil Service Commission Negros Oriental Field Office Director II Gina Crucio stated, “When they [faculty] are already armed with the knowledge and commitment to live with the ethical standards, then they can be good examples to the students.”
“And they can create a positive vent in the life of the students,” she concluded.
By: Jenifer Cenas
The NORSUnian Vol XXXIV Issue 3
June 20 – 24, 2016