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DepEd Research Management Guidelines Powerpoint Presentation (PPT)

The DepEd Research Management Guidelines (RMG) provide guidance in the management and conduct of research initiatives at the national, regional, schools division, and school levels to further promote and strengthen the culture of research in basic education

Activity Objectives:

  • Orient the participants on the Research Management Guidelines;
  • Update participants on the improved grants processes of the BERF; and
  • Level off mechanisms in managing research initiatives;

DepEd Research Management Guidelines (RMG) Powerpoint Presentation (PPT) Table of Contents

  • Legal Basis and Policy Support
  • Milestones in Research Management in DepEd
  • Policy Objectives
  • Research Management Cycle
  • Fund Sources
  • Special Provisions

Download DepEd Research Management Guidelines (RMG) Powerpoint Presentation (PPT)


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