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Agreement and Acceptance Letter

DR. RICHARD D. SANTIAGO
Graduate Program Coordinator
Pilar State University

SUBJECT: Letter of Agreement/Acceptance

This Agreement, made entered into this 15 of June 2005 in Mariveles, Bataan, by between:

Mitsumi Philippines, a duly registered company under the Philippine laws with address at Zone 8, Mariveles, Bataan,  represented herein by Engr. Joseph R. Valenzuela hereafter referre as the “Adviser”.

-AND-

Engr. Ricardo E. Matic, of legal age hereinafter referred as the “PRACTICUMER”

WHEREAS, the Adviser has allowed the “PRACTICUMER” to undergo his 480-hr practicum as a requirement for the degree Master of Engineering major in Mechanical Engineerin

WHEREAS, the “PRACTICUMER” has agreed to accept the terms and conditions hereinafter agree as follows:

  1. That the “ADVISER” shall monitor and guide the “PRACTICUMER” in his needs and studies.
  2. That upon the acceptance to the program the “PRACTICUMER” shall:
    a.    Sign the Property and Confidentiality Agreement
    b.    That the information he gained is solely for the purpose of ACADEMIC purpose.
    c.    That he able to protect the company information, the “PRACTICUMER” is only allowed to disclose information to his “PRACTICUM COOORDINATOR”, he is not allowed to disclose it with other person without prior written consent to his “ADVISER”.
    d.    That he is not allowed to access any information in the company without the authorization of his “ADVISER”.
    e.    That he is not allowed to discuss information or ask question to other groups or teams, he only allowed to discuss things to his “ADVISER”.
    f.    That, the “PRACTICUMER” shall advise that the “PRACTICUM COORDINATOR” shall only communicate to the “ADVISER” in an event of verification and other related inquiries.
  3.  That upon the completion of the program, any information or documents that the “PRACTICUMER” created will not represent the company and the adviser directly, AND those documents shall only use for ACADEMIC purposes.
  4. That the “ADVISER” has the prerogative to shorten or cancel the program based on company and “ADVISER” needs, priorities and or requirements.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have affixed their signature on the date and at place firs written above.

FOR:

Mitsumi Philippines

ENGR. JOSEPH R. VALENZUELA
Adviser

ENGR. RICARDO E. MATIC
Practicumer

Contest Result Inform Letter

October 11, 2010

Engr. Reynante C. Gloria
Dean of College of Engineering and Architecture

Dear Sir:

The Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineering, Bataan Chapter, held a Technical Presentation entitled “Thermoplastic Science” by Universal Techno Piping Corp. and 3rd Technocon Innovation Contest last October 2, 2010 at Louis Restaurant. So far, it is the largest Technocon most students attended since the chapter starts this innovation.

The results of the contest are the following:

Innovation Champion – BHMC via Universal Bike Generator
1st Runner up – Drum Opener (BHMC)
2nd Runner up – Grating Machine (RMTU)
3rd Runner up – Portable Electric Bike (BPSU)
– Organic Waste Shredder (RMTU)
4th Runner up – Portable Auto Claving Machine (BPSU)

Engr. Raymond Lazo – Petron Bataan Refinery (PBR)
Engr. Juanito Mateo – Petron Bataan Refinery (PBR)
Engr. Juanito Caragay – Petron Bataan Refinery (PBR)
Engr. Jose Solomon – Petroleum Authority of Thailand
Engr. Mark Perilles David – DJ Roque Construction Inc.

Very truly yours,

Engr. Jesse Ruiz
ME Adviser

Fraudulent Charge Dispute Letter

April 21, 2005

Becca L. Suarez
Sta. Maria Village
San Jose, Balanga City

Account No. 518642

Balanga Loan Enterprise
Sta. Rosa Village
Malolos, Bulacan

Dear Sir/Madam:

I would like to inform your good office that I dispute fraudulent charge attributed to my account in the amount of Php 28,452.00 that appears on my May 2005 statement.  I did not make this charge and am requesting that the charge be removed and receive accurate information.

I hope you will investigate and correct the fraudulent charge to my account as soon as possible

Very truly yours,

(sign)
Rebecca D. Sandoval

Holiday Absent Excuse Letter

January 25, 2003

To whom it may concern:

My daughter, Cynthia L. Sy will not be able to attend classes on Monday in order to observe the Chinese New Year.  I hope that you will excuse my daughter for this occasion even though Chinese New Year is not an official holiday. This event is an important day of celebration for our family.

I would appreciate it you can provide my daughter the assignment that she will miss on Monday. Also, please allow her to do any miss activities in school.

I hope for your kind consideration. Thank you very much.

 

Sincerely,
Grace L. Sy

Payment Certification Letter

To whom it may concern:

This is to certify that I, Albert D. Castillo received an amount of two hundred thousand pesos (Php 25,000) from Roger S. Ambrocio as 50% downpayment of Honda motorbike this October 25, 2003. The next 50% will be paid on November 25, 2003.

The following are the specification of Honda Motorbike:

Year: 2014
Make: Honda
Moder CBR
Engine: Liquid cooled inline four-cylinder
Transmission: 6 speed
Energy: Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
Displacement : 649 cc

This certification payment is issued upon the request of Mr. Ambrocio for whatever his purposes.

Sincerely.

Albert D. Castillo

Sample Fresh Graduate Application Letter

May 06, 2005

Ms.Jennifer Santiago
HR Head
ABC Building
Sta. Monica, Caloocan City

Dear Ms. Santiago:

I would like to apply in your good office as Accounting Staff as you posted on JobsDB.com.

I obtained a degree of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy at Asia Pacific School. I truly believe that I am qualified for the position because I have acquainted myself with a range of skills that would allow me to blend with your company.

My six (6) months on the job (OJT) at Nicholas Accounting Firm has given me an opportunity to learn accounting skills and

I have attached my curriculum vitae for your review.  I am looking forward of meeting you soon to further discuss my qualification

Sincerely yours,

Geraldine D. Salonga

Sample School Excuse Letter

July 5, 2016

To whom it may concern:

Kindly excuse my daughter, Jecel L. Navarro for being absent yesterday and today.  She has high fever and she is under observation. Her pediatrician advised her to take a rest and ordered her to have urinalysis and CBC to figure out her illness.

I hope for your kind consideration regarding this matter. She will be on school as soon as she feels much better. Please give her all the assignments she missed as well as school activities so that she will be able to work on them.

Sincerely yours,

Sussette L. Navarro

Financial Hardship Letter

January 30, 2004

Ms. Jennifer R. Santos
Manager
ABC Financial Association
San Fernando, Pampanga

Dear Ms. Santos:

I would like to inform your good office that I am experiencing financial hardship right now because I was laid off from my work last month and it caused me to be delayed on my bills.

My record shows that I have maintained a solid history with you until this unfortunate situation and I believe that this situation is temporary. As soon as I find a job, I will continue regular and full payments.

In this case, I would like to discuss loan forbearance and welcome any suggestions that might help me to get back on track. I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Mr. Gino D. Zamora

Engineer Recommendation Letter

September 21, 2004

Mr. Lorenzo R. Zapanta
ADB Supervisor
EHRJ Electronics Company
Pasig City

Dear Mr. Zapanta:

I would like to recommend Mr. Darren D. Samaniego in your office to work as Technical Engineer in your Process Department. I assure you that Mr. Samaniego will do excellent job because he has worked under my supervision at Mitsumi Philippines, he has always exhibited enthusiasm and resourcefulness expected of a Technical Engineer.

Mr. Samaniego is a hard-working employee that is why he has gained the respect and friendship of all those who worked with him. I assure you he will be effective in his position and he will be the asset of your company.

 

Very truly yours,

 

Juan Legaspi

Bank Thank you Welcome Letter

April 22, 2001

Dear Valued Client,

Thank you for choosing RCBC as your preferred banking partner.
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As a valued client, you can count on us to provide you great financial opportunities at the same time managing your risks. Brought by our dynamic team of experienced bankers and cutting edge technology, we design the products, services and channels that can best fit your financial needs, lifestyle and risk profile.

Should you need instant access to RCBC, you may use you RCBC accounts at any Bancnet ATM or any of our ebanking channels – Internet, phone and mobile banking. Our branch network spans more than 300 areas nationwide in synergy with RCBC Savings Bank. Our wide array of products and services are just a touch away anytime, anywhere through our ATM’s nationwide and RCBC Access One via www. Rcbc.com

For personalized assistance, you may get in touch with the Business Manager of your maintaining branch. You may also get in touch with RCBC’s Contact Center hotline at 877-RCBC (7222) or 894-9577 or email customercontact@rcbc.com and our friendly customer care specialists will surely be of utmost support.

Welcome to RCBC!

 

Very truly yours,

Lorenzo V. Tan

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