National Service Training Program (NSTP)

National Service Training Program (NSTP) Law

The National Service Training Program (NSTP) Law of Republic Act 9163 is a program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth  by developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three (3) program components: Civic Welfare Training Service   ( CWTS) ; Literacy Training Service ( LTS ) and Reserve Officer Training Corps         ( ROTC), especially designed to enhance the youth’s active contribution to the general welfare.



                  To conduct capability enhancement for civic welfare services geared towards strengthening the values, and traits of the youth, develop social entrepreneurs, volunteers, and socio-economic mobilizing force, serving communities as value-driven innovators for progress and development while working closely with a network of organizations within and outside the higher education institution.


                  Recovery of the youth’s sense of patriotism and national pride, values and habits of discipline and hard work, integrity and accountability for nation building, volunteer in the enhancement of valuable and effective members of the National Service  Corps of the Civic Welfare Training Service.


                  To promote and integrate values education; transformational leadership; and sustainable social mobilization for youth development, community building, national renewal, and global solidarity.


  • To promote and protect the physical, mental, spiritual, intellectual, and social well being of the youth.
  • To inculcate patriotism and nationalism in the youth.
  • To encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs.
  • To identify their role as change agents in the community.
  • To prepare and implement projects that will answer specific needs of the society.



We are guided by our commitment to:

  • Love god;
  • Human dignity;
  • Truth, goodness, and social responsibility;
  • Innovation and creativity;
  • Synergy and professionalism;
  • Protection of the environment;
  • Indigenous learning and conservation; and
  • Quality service delivery.



  • Volunteers ,virtuous social entrepreneurs who are result-oriented individual with strong values to contribute to national peace, development, and security; and
  • Individuals, organizations, institutions committed to serving people for God’s glory to enhance growth and development in the society.

Serve community by…..

  • Developing and informed and aware community;
  • Encouraging inter-government agency cooperation;
  • Assisting the community in defining and identifying ideas of development;
  • Providing complementary assistance and support to facilitate socio-economic development, environmental and natural resources management, and delivery of basic service; and
  • Uplifting the well-being of people.


We pursue our goals through:

  • Integrative approach to human development that begins with one’s development that begins with one’s self;
  • Partnership with local officials, civic leaders, and non-government organizations;
  • Self-reliant community development supportive of national goals;
  • Community building; and
  • Participatory decision-making.

Course description:

This course is one (I) of the three (3) components under National service Training Program Act of 2001 (R.A.No.9163) designed to encourage, develop, and train the students to contribute to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community or the enhancement of its facilities, especially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation, and moral of the citizenry and other social welfare services.

Course objectives:

At the end of the unit, the students should be able to:

Knowledge-Recognize their vital role in nation-building, and promote civic consciousness among them.

Skills-express ideas effectively in different team building and bonding activities

Value-Participate actively and development their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well being


Core Values:

Righteousness                               and                                         Service

D-iscipline                                                                                           Work of God

A-wareness                           to be different                                    Work

R-espect                                                                                                 Witness


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