• CCS produces 12 new registered Librarians

    The College of Computer Studies produced thirteen (13) new librarians in the September 2022 Librarian Licensure Examination. 1. ALIVIADO, ALYSSA S. 2. BICALDO, MICHAEL N. 3. BUCAD, ERIKA MAE C.…

  • CCS students enter START Hackathon finals 

    TechKido, the entry team from Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges (CSPC) has successfully qualified for the finals of START Hackaton 2022, which was organized by the Development Academy of the Philippines…

  • CCS Faculty Lecture at CODITE V Research Training Workshop

    Eight Faculty from the College of Computer Studies were invited as speakers in the Research Training Workshop sponsored by the Council of Deans for Information Technology Region V held on August 9-11, 2022 at Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges.

  • BSIT student awarded in ITS Global Enhancement Program

    Jade Lester C. Ballester, a BS Information Technology student was recognized as having achieved the Best Topic in Cognitive Ergonomics: Fundamentals and Applications during the CommTECH Online 2022 Spring Edition…

  • CSPC-CCS holds 5th ICT Research Colloquium

    The Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges College of Computer Studies (CSPC-CCS), through its Student Council and the Junior Philippine Computer Society – CSPC Chapter, held its virtual 5th ICT Research Colloquium on February 17 – 18, 2022. The said virtual three-day congress targeted CCS students with preference to 4th year levels.

  • CSPC receives P24.9M from CHED for Campus BayanihanNET Project

    The Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges (CSPC) through a proposal of its College of Computer Studies (CCS) received a P24.9M budget from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to upgrade to the College’s ICT infrastructure, Learning Management System (LMS), and computer connectivity assistance for “Smart Campuses Development” to meet the ICT demands in both main and Buhi campuses. According to its proponents, the should address the demands of online instruction in the face of the “new normal” and to bridge the gap of the “digital divide” between students who are and aren’t capable of securing personal computers.

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    Dr. Omorog seeks APNIC funding for e-Gov system research

    College of Computer Studies Dean Dr. Challiz D. Omorog of the Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges has sought funding support from the APNIC Foundation for her proposed research on the College’s…

  • CSPC inks MOA with for international collaboration

    CSPC and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) last July 22, 2021, to make their partnership official, particularly in helping underrepresented STEM students kickstart a career in cloud, data,…