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! UNIVERSIT Y OF THE PHILIPPINES! ! ! School of Business Student Council ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! MINUTES OF THE MEETING ! ! Date: March 5, 2014, Wednesday Attendance: Present Late

! ! Wes Cortez ! Nina Gerodias ! Fenina de Leon !! ! Jamie Bawalan ! Camille Calma ! Clare Co ! Jonas Cruz !

Excused Late

Absent

Excused Absence

!Ervin Mamaril !Ramon Vinzon !Monica Lee !Czarina Ocampo !Kipper Capulong !Vinchie Que !Benjie Aquino ! ! ! Time Start: 05:45pm ! Time End: 7:02pm ! Affairs Prepared by:! Germaine Gaerlan - Councilor for Internal ! Approved by:! Wes Cortez - Chairperson ! ! ! AGENDA OVERVIEW! ! ! !V. Turnover Plans I. Final Stand Assessment !VI. Updates II. Marketing SMART Case !VII. Business Corner III. Finance Reminders !VIII. Announcements IV. Operations Reminders ! ! ! MINUTES! ! ! ! She dela Paz Bea dela Torre Germaine Gaerlan Frances Lee Gio Nucum Jet Padernal Zachary See Bianca Sing

I. Final Stand Assessment ! The Final Stand movement was deemed successful because the name change issue was reopened on the next Board of Regents meeting. The Student Regent promised that she will talk to the other regents personally to convince them. The personal approach was very effective because the Regents were not actually aware of the students’ sentiments, they based their decision only on the presentation of the committee who were pro-name change. If the BOR will not change their decision, the next action point will be to execute the referendum that says that if a signature petition

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acquires 50%+1 of all UP Diliman students (roughly 14,000 people). If this is achieved, the BOR has no choice but to make a policy following it. This can be done by forming partnerships with the other local councils By “The Final Stand”, this does not signify that this is the final action plan of council but rather that our stand is non-negotiable. The challenge now is to make CBAers more aware that something can still be done about the matter to get their full support and to challenge their notion that rallies are not effective.

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Purpose: Projects turnover. All evaluations and learnings so next council can learn how to implement the projects and improve on what was lacking.

II. Marketing SMART Case 
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Council was send an e-mail invitation by SMART, looking for the top 10 influential organizations in the country to make a case integrating SMART’s JUMP IN campaign in council projects. Council decided to form an ad hoc team to join this.

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March 14 People Involved: All BAC 2014 and 2015 Purpose: Function turnover. BAC 2014’s revalida of second sem accomplishments.

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March 19 People Involved: BAC 2014 Purpose: Final dinner-meeting, year-end closure.

III. Finance Reminders ! All teams with finished events must pass their respective financial statements. One financial statement for the second semester will be released after council’s last event, Graduation Ball. All accounts payable to council should be settled. The CBA shirt sale was a success. There is request to continue it but maybe next year. The rummage sale will be continued but there is a problem with the venue. The payable to last semester’s Big Event winners should be settled as soon as possible.

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March 21 People Involved: All BAC 2014 and 2015 Purpose: One-on-one turnover when BAC 2015 have functions already.

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Please prepare your revalida and all your files for efficient turnover.

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VI. Updates

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IV. Operations Reminders

College Assembly

! ! Post-event documents of finished projects must be accomplished. There will be a revalida for the second semester Councilor Associates and Project Heads to be scheduled by this weekend. 20 minutes maximum per presentation and an outline will be given. Incoming council is invited for them to get insights from the CA/PH

College Assembly will be next week, March 11 at Room 306 or 309. It will cover: 1. Grievance and feedback with council and Sir Manny 2. Councilor report of Student Relations and Logistics 3. Awarding and recognition, “ultimate BA Support” 4. BAC 2014 thanksgiving video 5. Accomplishment report 6. Update on The Final Stand campaign. There will be lunch and raffle, professors are being asked to give incentives.

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V. Turnover Plans ! March 12 People involved: Trio 2014, all 2015 Purpose: Council orientation on constitution, function, objectives, house rules.

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March 13 People Involved: All team leaders of first and second semester projects, all 2015

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Adopt-a-Baranggay ! First ever CBA visit to Baranggay Puray on March 17. Call time is at 6am, and will be back in CBA by 5pm. There will be an immersion with the residents. Fee of P200 is


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subsidized already and is inclusive of free transpo and food. Target number of attendees is 50 people. Tool drive last week raised 9,800+ pesos.

AIESEC Org Nomination ! Council was nominated for AIESEC’s org recognition awards. The incumbent and incoming chair will be in charge to fill out the nomination form.

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League of Excellence

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! LOE is on April 4, Friday at the Economics Auditorium, 6-10pm. Peg is the Oscar’s with presenters, trophy girls. Aside from this, there will be turnover of the Business League from 2014 to 2015. Deadline of nomination of awards is on March 15, After that, there will be an online people’s choice awards with light categories. During the event itself, the nominees will be announced. Those vying to be the org of the year will be presenting a spiel. And those who won will be giving an acceptance speech. Some things we need from council we need help for promotions because the event is beyond the academic period already and currently it is seen as an internal event to the Executing Council but it should be branched out to the whole organization to give recognition for all the hard work they did so the team will personally invite the team’s of the organizations who were involved in some of the awards.

VI. Business Corner !

: 1. China: high interest web banks are on the rise. They have 40 billion worth of assets and are China’s biggest money market fund. According to an analyst, it loosens interest rate controls. 2. Philippines: businessmen want to prioritize the mining reform bill because it is a revenue sharing agreement between the government and businessmen. So they want assurance of decisive action from state before they invest in it. 3. The British ambassador said that they want Philippines to grow by 5B pound bilateral upgrade so expect more investment from them. 4. COSCO Capital is expanding to specialty retail and they bought the largest mall in Cabanatuan.

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VIII. Announcements

Graduation Ball !

! GradBall is moved to April 25 because the IRC competition is on April 24. The peg price for GradBall is P500. There will be a gallery and a huge dropbox so people can give letters to the graduating students.

CBA Rep to the USC: There will be a casual talk on ASEAN integration in partnership with the incoming CBA Rep to the USC and the current Education and Research Councilor.

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CBA Rep to the USC ! There will be a welcoming program for farmers at 3pm tomorrow, March 6. More than 100 farmers from Central Luzon and Southern Tagalog will go. At 6pm, there will be a candle lighting at the AS Steps in support of the RH Bill.

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Chairperson: Incumbent council should start clearing out their things in the council room.


BAC Minutes of the Meeting (Mar 5)