2018 ICpEP National Convention, 6th National Conference on Computer Applications, Innovations, Technologies and Engineering (CAITE 2018), 2018 National CpE Challenge and General Assembly
November 26-29, 2018 at Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza, Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City.
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For the Professionals: Early Bird Registration Fee (on or before October 19, 2018)
=> Php 9,000.00 (Active Members)
=> Php 10,000.00 (Non/Inactive Members)
For the Professionals: Late Registration Fee (October 1 to October 31, 2018 ONLY)
=> Php 11,000.00 (Active Members)
=> Php 12,000.00 (Non/Inactive Members)
For the Students:To participate on November 26,27,28(AM), 2018 ONLY (limited slots)
=> Php 3,500.00 (Live-in)
=> Php 2,000.00 (Live-out)
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Metro Manila is the busiest region in the Philippines; there is no shortage of accommodations, restaurants, shopping centers and entertainment venues for both residents and visitors.
Centered on the Cordillera Mountain range of Central Luzon, the Cordillera Administrative Region is the only land-locked region in the Philippines. It is composed mainly of highlands which are inhabited by indigenous tribes like the Ifugaos, Ibalois and Kalingans.
ICpEP-SG is a member of the Filipino Community (FilCom) of the Philippine Embassy in Singapore and a duly registered organization in Singapore with UEN No. T18SS0007A under the Registry of Societies, Ministry of Home Affairs, Republic of Singapore.
Located on the northwestern coast of Luzon, the Ilocos Region faces the South China Sea to its west and the Cordilleras to its east. Ilocos is known has the home of the affluent Marcoses whose patriarch became the only dictator President of the Philippines.
Situated between the Sierra Madre and Cordillera Mountain Ranges, the Cagayan Valley is considered as the largest region in the Philippines. The region claims to be the Tilapia Capital of the Philippines, with production growing in huge proportions in recent years.
Central Luzon sits on vast plains mainly used for agriculture, particularly rice production which has earned it the nickname “Rice Bowl of the Philippines”. It spans the entire central area of Luzon with the South China Sea to its west, the Philippine Sea to its east.
It is also known as Southern Tagalog Mainland. The region is mainly known as the seat of the revolution against the Spanish in the 19th century and a number of historical buildings and landmarks that speak of its tumultuous past.
The region is a treasure chest of natural attractions and ecotourism venues, with the Puerto Princesa Underground River topping the list. MIMAROPA is home to pristine beaches, challenging peaks and excellent dive sites.
Bicol is home to a good number of volcanoes both active and dormant which results to a lot of natural attractions like crater lakes and hot springs. The people of Bicol are known for their spicy cuisine with chili ice cream being one of their latest most popular innovations.
Western Visayas is another one of the most visited regions in the Philippines owed mainly to the world-famous Boracay Island. But the region is more than just the home of Boracay, it also features many other natural wonders and progressive cities.
There’s always something beautiful and exciting to discover anywhere in the Philippines. The regions may have boundaries but there’s definitely no limit to what you can experience in these islands. Travel all over the country, experience each region one at a time and you will soon find the Philippines a blessed paradise.
Central Visayas is known as the seat of the Catholic faith in the Philippines and is also the site of the first documented battle against the conquistadors. Explorer Ferdinand Magellan met his demise near the waters of Mactan, Cebu.
The region is relatively undiscovered by tourists resulting to a good number of virgin beaches and unspoiled natural wonders. Tacloban, the regional center, has some historical sites as well.
The region is made up of three provinces: Zamboanga Sibugay, Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur. It was formerly part of the Spanish East Indies, resulting to the dominance of Spanish-speaking locals.
Northern Mindanao is located west of the Zamboanga Peninsula. It has five provinces including the small island called Camiguin. The regional center is the highly-urbanized city of Cagayan de Oro.
Considered the main commercial and industrial center of Mindanao, Davao Region is a progressive area centered on Davao City. It encompasses the provinces of Davao del Sur, Davao del Norte, Compostella Valley and Davao Oriental which is at the easternmost edge of the Philippine Islands.
The name stands for South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani and General Santos City. The region is located in south central Mindanao. The region is known to the world as the birthplace of famous boxer Manny “pacman” Pacquiao.
Caraga region is an outdoorsman’s paradise; it offers plenty of exciting adventures involving rivers, falls, forests, islands and caves. The province of Agusan del Sur is home to the largest crocodile in captivity, Lolong which was caught in the town of Bunawan.
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