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There are ghost scholars


President Benigno Aquino III in his SONA , defended the DAP and pointing out that it helped the TESDA by funding the agency’s Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP). P1.6 B came from DAP to fund TESDA’s the agencys TWSP. This amount enabled the graduation of 223,615 beneficiaries. 66% of these – or, 146,731 graduates – now have jobs. As for the remaining 34%, TESDA is helping them find employment.  Rappler

COA said in their report, a total of 8,446 TWSP graduates were not assessed. “Likewise, failure to conduct the assessment needed deprived trainees of employment opportunity, both local and abroad,” COA also mentioned that there are “ghost scholars,” TESDA Secretary Joel Villanueva explained that the unutilized DAP fund reverted to the National Treasury. Rappler

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