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Getting Time Standard: Stopwatch Time Study

It is vital to every business to set expectations for its employees, balance workload, manage constraints, determine staffing levels and crew size, schedule and eliminate waste and non-value-added activity. Thus, work measurement is the technique to set off, for any organization where human and machines contribute to output, to customer service, or even to cost.

Work measurement provides tools to manage the business better. Work measurement engages the estimation of the amount of human effort needed for producing a unit of specified output from an operation. The amount of time that is usually taken by in a well trained worker, operating under normal working conditions, to produce one unit of output is referred as work standard.


OPEN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM (OHSP): “ Reaching the Unschooled Wherever and Whenever.”

About 6 million Filipino children of school going age drop out of school altogether. This is the data that has emerged from a study carried out by the Department of Education in Manila. 30% of the 91 million inhabitants of the country are under 18: almost 25% of them never finish their studies. (AsiaNews)

Such enormous rate had prompted the government specifically the Department of Education to launch programs that would solution the problem.  Blaming poverty as the primary cause of such DepEd, then, focus on the possibility of reaching those unschooled and under schooled youth in their respective localities on the basis that would be convenient for them.

Refer these to your students/siblings/children/younger friends:

An Open Letter to School Principals, OPEN HIGH SCHOOL Teachers, and Parents


Learning Guide in Microprocessor System

THIS IS A LECTURE prepared and contributed by Engr. Rosanna A. Villapando, a Computer Professor in Rizal Technological University. Her students are instructed to read, study and understand this lesson , perform the Learning Activity, and answer the 'Comprehension'.

JOHN LANDERS has a bachelor's degree in business administration. He worked several years as a senior manager in the housing industry before pursuing his passion to become a writer. He has researched and written articles on a wide variety of interesting subjects for an array of clients. He loves penning pieces on subjects related to business, health, law and technology ...




1. Female circumcision, like excision, is performed in many African societies. It involves removing part or all of a woman’s labia and clitoris and is usually performed on girls entering adolescence.
2. Before the ancient Israelites invaded the land of Jericho, God commanded Joshua to circumcise the children of Israel (Jos. 5:2-9).
3. Abraham (Gen. 17:24), Ishmael (Gen. 17:25), Isaac (Gen. 21:4), Jesus, (Luk. 2:21), Paul (Phil. 3:5), and Timothy (Acts 16:1-3) were all circumcised.
4. The first apostolic council is about whether or not the Gentiles who converted to Christianity must be circumcised (Acts 15) ...



MARICOR QUILNAT, the contributor, is from Las Pinas City, Philippines. (You, too, can have your articles published here. Send them through e-mail to OurHappySchool@yahoo.com.)

WE NEVER HAD A PET AT HOME. Once my dad brought a puppy in our house but my mom gave it to my uncle because of the mess it created so I didn’t have that much interest on it. However, this year 2010, my professor in philosophy gave me an assignment to collect 100 true statements about pets and I’ve discovered amazing facts about them that made me want to have a pet of my own.



On being an Accountancy Major: The meaning of success

Shiela Mae Camacho, the contributor, also uses the name Shiela Ocampo. (You, too, can have your articles published here. Send them through e-mail to OurHappySchool@yahoo.com)

TWENTY TWO GASOLINE STATIONS, four malls, four wet markets and almost 1.5 thousand houses. That's the view I regularly see whenever I go to school. Nineteen kilometers, one hour of journey.
           But, why in the world I became this? Studying in a university with a course I never dreamed of?
            ... I took the entrance exam of an engineering university where I planned to take up BS Architecture... However, even though I passed the examination, my parents sent me to my current school. There's no Architecture here that's why I took a business course, BS Accountancy ...


PMA's best reveals his 'top-secret' in his studies


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FORT DEL PILAR, BAGUIO CITY: Who could have guessed that this son of a tricycle driver from Dumaguete City in Negros Oriental would graduate as the class valedictorian of the Philippine Military Academy this year?

Eraño B. Belen leads at their graduation ceremony on March 1, 2010 the 226-member PMA Class named Masidlak, which stands for Mandirigmang Sibol ng Dakilang Lahing Kayumanggi or “Warrior Seed of the Great Brown Race.”



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