Research and Extension



Bulacan Polytechnic College (BPC) Extension Service is an institutional organization that addresses the needs of the Bulakeños, especially the marginalized, through a variety of educational programs and services. Assist and support from the school volunteers are highly significant for realizing its mission.


Instrumentally, Community Extension Services Department aims to be highly serviceable not only to the college needs but also to the concerns of the immediate and broader communities in adherence to the vision and mission of the College. Above all, the local and national Government programs, BPC’s Extension Services, aims at a “pro-Go’s will” in preserving, conserving, and nurturing what I ought to be for the people and the environment.


In keeping with the vision statement, BPC’s Extension Services should follow.

  1. Create linkages with the national and local Government as well as industry and partners;
  2. Support the guidelines and programs of the College proactively;
  3. Implement tangible community service such as Green Revolution, BPC Young Environment Society (BPC-Yes), feeding programs, and rendering free technical training to local indigents;
  4. Establish rapport with the college administration, faculty members, and staff for unity in community service undertakings; and
  5. Augment the College’s resources by conducting income-generating projects.

Responsibilities of BPC-CESO

The Bulacan Polytechnic Community Extension Service Office (BPC-CESO) is established as a functional instrument in providing education and training for morally good, self-reliant, and community-oriented citizens of Bulacan and its neighboring provinces. As one of the strong arms of the school, Extension is conscientiously concerned with improving the quality of life of the marginalized sectors of society. It ensures that those who have less in life will have the privilege of having equal access to quality tertiary education. They hope that they become productive and self-sufficient individuals in their society.

In this course, Extension functions as one of the more critical four-fold functions of higher education institutions. The BPC-CESO emphasizes utilizing science and technologies to achieve and sustain acceptable levels of human existence in the communities. Together with instruction and in the light of recent technological advancement in research, Extension complements and fills in the gaps left by instruction, especially for those who, for various reasons, cannot access formal education to gain individual transformation.

Afforded by the above statement, the BPC-CEO prepares, coordinates, consolidates, and operationalizes the extension programs of the College and its satellite campuses. I also recommend guidelines on Extension to attain its objectives and render better services to its clientele

BPC-CESO Service Programs

Skills Training Program – This program provides a minimal way to learn a skill used as a means to earn a living. Other learning opportunities for disadvantaged groups such as out-of-school youths and unemployed adults and employed workers and professionals are utilized to realize an improved socio-economic condition. There are two (2) modes of training delivery: school-based training sessions and community-based training sessions.

Livelihood Program – This program addresses the needs of the deprived groups in the communities to access the “one barangay-one product scheme for livelihood project.” It will provide livelihood opportunities geared toward the minimization, if not the total eradication of the prevailing unemployment problem and poverty.

Community Development Program – This program is concerned with communities’ economic, social, political, and educational development. It provides extensive support to the local government units (LGUs) in their socio-economic development projects and activities, particularly in poverty alleviation, maintaining ecological balance, and the promotion of cooperatives and political maturity.


  1. The BPC Community and Studentry– Train promising leaders within the academe and provide them with the necessary skills for their holistic development as productive individuals.
  2. The marginalized sectors of the community and other indigenous groups – provide utmost priority to the less fortunate members of the society, thereby creating equal opportunities in terms of empowering these individuals.
  3. Other clients and beneficiaries – Those who wish to use the College’s extension service, such as NGOs, LGUs, and the like.


The following strategies will be used:

  1. Scanning System – There will be a community or house-to-house visit to gather information about prospective clienteles. It will also interview Local leaders for the background of the community. Various social gatherings sponsored by BPC -CESO will establish rapport with the clientele. The CESO will exhaust all means to reach out to almost all sectors of society and allow sufficient time to study the condition of the clientele.
  2. Analysis and Identification of Problems – After conducting community scanning, scheduled meetings will be held to listen to the concerns and problems of the clientele. It will use these data to help the clientele perceive and analyze their situation. It will also train the clientele will also be trained on how to prioritize issues that are most urgent, most manageable, and most strategical.