Loading...

PNPA MABIKAS CLASS 2010 PART 2

206,556 views

Loading...

Loading...

Loading...

Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Feb 14, 2008

Note:

This is not to discourage future cadet applicants from applying in PNPA cadetship program nor destroy the academy's image. This is for the general information of what an aspirant cadet life would be in the training...

===========================================

The Class Historian Report...

The Philippine National Police Academy MABIKAS CLASS 2010 was founded on April 17, 2006 at the Campos Ground of Camp Gen. Mariano N. CastaƱeda in Silang Cavite.

MABIKAS stands for "Makabagong Binhi ng Kasaysayan" or "Breed of the New Generation" which was proposed by Cdt. Ryan Canawil Balolang from Northern Luzon which in their local dialect means "strong".

"Cogito Ergo Sum" or "I think, Therefore I Am" was the chosen motto of the class.

"Win" by Brian McKnight was their prefered Official Class Song.

In the Incorporation Rites on June 12, 2006 which was also the 28th founding anniversary of the PNPA, the 224 fourth class cadets of "Mabikas" Class 2010 from the original 307 admitted cadets, were integrated into the PNPA Corps of Cadets. PNPA "Mabikas" Class 2010 was composed of 176 males and 48 females with

licensed teachers-8,
criminologists-22,
medical technologists-1,
registered nurse-1,
CSC eligibles-8,
college graduates-100 and
undergraduates-124.

They randomly came from all over the Philippines as follows:

Region I-9,
Region II-27,
Region III-9,
Region IV-17,
Region V-23,
Region VI-15,
Region VII-7,
Region VIII-3,
Region IX-13,
Region X-3,
Region XI-15,
Region XII-14,
NCR-26,
CAR-32,
CARAGA-7, and
ARMM-4.

PNPA MABIKAS CLASS 2010 group in friendster.com was exclusively created only for the members of the class for their continious closeness to each other, no matter whether they are still in the academy or already out of the academy. The importance of the creation of the group is the feeling of belongingness to the clan of each and every member of the class whether he succeeded or failed in the long run of the journey.

Photos:
PNPA MABIKAS 2010 Souvenir Items
By:
PNPA Corps Publication
InfoTech

Loading...

Advertisement
When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...