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Narrative Report on Educational Tour
September 2-7, 2012
PAG-ASA
SEAMEO-INNOTECH
HYTEC Power
GMA Studio
Fujitsu 10
TOEI Animation

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
I. Introduction

As part of the curriculum, the 3rd year Information Technology and 4th year Information System students are expected to initiate an Educational tour on a specified destination and be out of school for almost a week. We the third year IT students and few IS students were out of town and been in Manila for 4 days and a day in Laguna.
We headed to Manila last September 2nd, 2012, and arrived there the 3rd of September in Paco Manila. We were accommodated by the Garden Plaza Hotel and Suite. On the same day, we had our first visit in PAG-ASA Main Office in Quezon City, we manage to know and see the instruments and devices that the department is utilizing for gathering data. We had our lunch in Carinderia Buffet by mid noon then headed to SEAMEO-INNOTECH in Quezon City. We had discussions there about iFlex Learning Solution and tour on the facilities. We used the leisure time in TriNoma Ayala malls to do some shopping then back to accommodation. September 4th 2012 we departed to Fairview Quezon City to visit HYTEC Power, we saw robots and other IT stuffs. Lunch is Sir Boy’s Food Republique in Tomas Morato Quezon City. We had head our way next to GMA Network Studio in Timog Avenue, Quezon City. Then a side went back to the accommodation and again used our free time in the Robinson’s Ermita. September 5th 2012 the last whole day in Manila. In Ortigas, Makati City Fujitsu 10 is located. Fujitsu 10 is a Japanese company that supplies technologies for Toyota and other larger companies. We had our lunch break in Infinity Buffet and headed deeper in Makati to visit the TOEI Animation. September 6th 2012, the last company that we are supposed to visit…...

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