The management of the Corps of Professors of the Philippine MIlitary Academy
Beltran, Orlando B.
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This is an analysis of the Personnel Management System (PMS) of the Corps of Professors of the Philippine Military Academy (CP, PMA). Executive Order 237, Republic Act 291 and unwritten policies relevant to the CP were interpreted to answer the following questions: (1) what is the present system of recruitment, seniority, promotion, career development, utilization, and separation of the CP, PMA? (2) How is this PMS assessed in terms of the best utilization of the CP as the main academic arm of PMA? (3) What recommendations can be offered to policy and decision-makers to improve the CP PMS?
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