Pmdp Rep Guidelines

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Re-Entry Project | for Middle Managers Class (MMC) Batch 3
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| CONTENTS | I. The Re-entry Project (ReP) | | A. The Nature of the Re-entry Project (ReP) | 3 | B. The Rationale behind the ReP Requirement | 3 | C. Characteristics of the ReP | 4 | II. Phases of Re-entry Project Execution | | Phase 1: Formulating the Proposal | 6 | Proposal Abstract | 6 | Chapter I: The Performance Gap | 7 | Chapter II: The Intervention | 8 | Endorsement of ReP Proposal by Institutional Partner | 9 | Phase 2: Designing the Plan | 10 | Chapter III: The Plan | 11 | Endorsement of ReP Plan by the Faculty Adviser | 11 | Powerpoint Presentation Version of Chapter III | 12 | Phase 3: Implementing the Plan | 12 | Progress Reports | 12 | Phase 4: Reporting the Results | 13 | Chapter IV: The Final Report | 14 | Endorsement of Report by the Faculty Adviser | 14 | Powerpoint Presentation Version of Chapter IV | 14 | Final ReP Document | 15 | III. Approval Procedure | | A. The ReP Proposal | 16 | B. The ReP Plan | 17 | C. The ReP Progress Reports | 19 | D. The ReP Final Report | 21 | IV. Terms of Reference for Panel Members | | A. Institutional Partner (IP) | 25 | B. Faculty Adviser (FA) | 26 | C. Program Representatives (PR) | 27 |


| APPENDICES | Template of the Final ReP Document 28
(Ancillary Pages, Chapters I, II, III, & IV)

Appendix A: | Proposal Endorsement Form | Appendix B: | Plan Endorsement Form | Appendix C: | Certification | Appendix D: | Report Endorsement Form | Appendix E: | Final ReP…...

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