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TABLE OF CONTENTS

NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM


SCHEDULE
NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM 2017 2
ADVANCE 2017 3
CIVIL ENGINEERING LABORATORY TOUR 2017 4
GENERAL REGISTRATION GUIDELINES
I. REGISTRATION DATES 5
II. ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE 5
III. REGISTRATION DETAILS 7
Day 1: National Civil Engineering Symposium
Day 2: Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour,
AdvanCE, Civil Engineering Job Fair
IV. REGISTRATION RATES 10
V. PAYMENT DETAILS 11
VI. WALK-IN REGISTRATION 13

NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING QUIZ


SCHEDULE 15
GENERAL REGISTRATION GUIDELINES
I. REGISTRATION DATES 16
II. ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE 16
III. REGISTRATION RATES 18
IV. PAYMENT DETAILS 18
V. WALK-IN REGISTRATION 19
VI. IMPORTANT EVENT REMINDERS 20
GUIDELINES AND MEHANICS
I. GENERAL GUIDELINES 21
II. QUALIFYING ROUNDS 24
III. SEMIFINAL ROUND 26
IV. FINAL ROUND 26
V. COVERAGE 27
VI. OTHERS 29

OTHERS
ACCOMMODATIONS 32
CONTACT INFORMATION 36
UP DILIMAN MAP 37
NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM 2017
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
SEPTEMBER 14 | 15, 2017 (THURSDAY | FRIDAY)

6:00 - 8:00 AM Registration


8:00 - 8:05 AM National Anthem
8:05 - 8:15 AM Opening Remarks

Mega Manila Subway: Shaping Solutions to


8:15 - 9:00 AM the Rising Urban Problems in the
Philippines
9:00 - 9:15 AM Open Forum and Awarding
9:15 - 9:35 AM First Company Presentation

Service Structures: Designing the Nation's


9:35 - 10:20 AM Growth with Sustainable Development in
Construction Engineering
10:20 - 10:35 AM Open Forum and Awarding
10:35 - 10:55 AM Second Company Presentation

10:55 - 12:55 PM Lunch Break and Job Fair


12:55 - 1:15 PM Assembly Period

Water Works: Configuring the


1:15 - 2:00 PM Advancement in the Field of Water
Resources Engineering
2:00 - 2:15 PM Open Forum and Awarding
2:15 - 2:35 PM Third Company Presentation
2:35 - 2:45 PM Intermission Number

2:45 - 3:30 PM Inspirational Talk


3:30 - 3:45 PM Open Forum and Awarding

3:45 - 3:55 PM Closing Remarks


3:55 - 4:00 PM Exit from University Theater

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ADVANCE 2017
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
SEPTEMBER 14 | 15, 2017 (THURSDAY | FRIDAY)

First Batch: Construction and Transportation Engineering


9:00 - 9:05 AM Assembly
9:05 - 9:10 AM Introduction of First Speaker
9:10 - 9:40 AM First Talk
9:40 - 9:50 AM Open Forum
9:50 - 9:55 AM Awarding of Certificate and Token
9:55 - 10:00 AM Introduction of Second Speaker
10:00 - 10:30 AM Second Talk
10:30 - 10:40 AM Open Forum
10:40 - 10:45 AM Awarding of Certificate and Token
10:45 - 10:50 AM Concluding Remarks
10:50 - 10:55 AM Exit from Venue
Second Batch: Structural and Geotechnical Engineering
11:00 - 11:05 AM Assembly
11:05 - 11:10 AM Introduction of First Speaker
11:10 - 11:40 AM First Talk
11:40 - 11:50 AM Open Forum
11:50 - 11:55 AM Awarding of Certificate and Token
11:55 - 12:00 PM Introduction of Second Speaker
12:00 - 12:30 PM Second Talk
12:30 - 12:40 PM Open Forum
12:40 - 12:45 PM Awarding of Certificate and Token
12:45 - 12:50 PM Concluding Remarks
12:50 - 12:55 PM Exit from Venue
Third Batch: Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
1:00 - 1:05 PM Assembly
1:05 - 1:10 PM Introduction of First Speaker
1:10 - 1:40 PM First Talk
1:40 - 1:50 PM Open Forum
1:50 - 1:55 PM Awarding of Certificate and Token
1:55 - 2:00 PM Introduction of Second Speaker
2:00 - 2:30 PM Second Talk
2:30 - 2:40 PM Open Forum
2:40 - 2:45 PM Awarding of Certificate and Token
2:45 - 2:50 PM Concluding Remarks
2:50 - 2:55 PM Exit from Venue

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CIVIL ENGINEERING LABORATORY TOUR 2017
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
SEPTEMBER 14 | 15, 2017 (THURSDAY | FRIDAY)

First Batch

7:00 - 8:00 AM Registration


8:00 - 8:05 AM Introduction
8:05 - 8:10 AM Opening Remarks
8:10 - 9:50 AM Laboratory Tour Proper
9:50 - 9:55 AM Awarding of Certificates
9:55 - 10:00 AM Closing Remarks

Second Batch

9:00 - 10:00 AM Registration


10:00 - 10:05 AM Introduction
10:05 - 10:10 AM Opening Remarks
10:10 - 11:50 AM Laboratory Tour Proper
11:50 - 11:55 AM Awarding of Certificates
11:55 - 12:00 PM Closing Remarks

Third Batch

11:00 - 12:00 PM Registration


12:00 - 12:05 PM Introduction
12:05 - 12:10 PM Opening Remarks
12:10 - 1:50 PM Laboratory Tour Proper
1:50 - 1:55 PM Awarding of Certificates
1:55 - 2:00 PM Closing Remarks

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NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM 2017
GENERAL REGISTRATION GUIDELINES
• A first come, first served policy will be STRICTLY observed.
• Only the following will be accommodated:
○ The FIRST 4000 participants for the National Civil Engineering Symposium; and
○ The FIRST 900 participants for the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour, AdvanCE, and
Civil Engineering Job Fair, altogether.
• All participants of the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour, AdvanCE, and Civil Engineering
Job Fair MUST be participants of the National Civil Engineering Symposium.
• Walk-ins after the 4000 slots have been taken will NOT be allowed
• ○ If and only if there will be remaining slots after the regular registration period,
guidelines for walk-in registrations must be followed. (See VI. Walk-in Registration)
• Announcements regarding the Online Registration shall be posted in the National Civ-
il Engineering Summit official Facebook page (facebook.com/ncesummit) day before
the start of the registration.
• General procedure to follow:
• ○ Online Registration → Wait for the Confirmation (Email and SMS) → Full Bank
Payment → Wait for the Confirmation of Slots (Email and SMS)

I. REGISTRATION DATES
● Early Bird (Advance) Registration: July 3, 2017, Monday (12:00 AM) to July 21, 2017,
Friday (11:59 PM)
● Regular Registration: July 22, 2017, Saturday (12:00 AM) to August 11, 2017, Friday
(11:59 PM)

• IMPORTANT NOTE: No registration shall be accepted before the start of the early bird
registration AND beyond the deadline of the regular registration.

II. ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
It is advised that the registrants read the details per event (see Part III) first before proceeding
to the online registration. Online registration can be accessed through the National Civil Engi-
neering Summit official website: upaces.org/nces2017. The following procedures shall serve as
a guide in accomplishing the online registration.

➢ HOME PAGE
1. Among the 3 event choices, click "SYMPOSIUM".
➢ PAGE 1: SCHOOL INFORMATION
2. Fill in boxes with the needed school information.
3. Upload SCHOOL LOGO
○ Specifications: Minimum of 200x200 pixel; 300 dpi resolution; white
background; .png format

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○ File Name: SYMPO2017[space]LOGO[space]Full School Name
(Ex: SYMPO2017 LOGO University of the Philippines-Diliman.png)
4. Choose either Individual or Group Registration.

➢ PAGE 2: EVENT PACKAGES


FOR GROUP REGISTRATION:
5. Review the available packages
6. Provide needed information.
7. Choose preferred date for the Symposium.
○ NOTE: Only one (1) date for the Symposium is allowed per registration. If a
school wishes to send a different batch of participants on the other date of the
Symposium, a separate registration must be made for them.
(Ex: Batch A - Thursday, Batch B - Friday).
8. Accomplish and upload REGISTRATION FORM
○ The registration form can be downloaded by clicking the download link.
○ File Name: SYMPO2017[space]REGFORM[space]Full School Name
(Ex: SYMPO2017 REGFORM University of the Philippines - Diliman.xls)
○ The correct format (especially the casing), as indicated in the registration form,
must be strictly followed.
FOR INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION:
5. Review the available packages.
6. Provide needed information.
7. Choose event day itinerary.
8. Choose preferred date for the Symposium. No Registration form needed.

➢ PAGE 3: OTHER DETAILS


9. Housing and Transportation. Indicate if assistance is needed in housing ar-
rangments and vehicular permit. For inquiries, please contact Enzo Porciuncula
(0917 429 0415) or Jacob Setias (0956 591 4148).
10. Merchandise. Indicate if interested in purchasing merchandise shirts, lanyards,
and drawstring bags. For orders and inquiries, please contact Moises Sese (0956
152 4536) or Wallen Sigui (0995 733 0558).

➢ PAGE 4: REGISTRATION SUMMARY AND PAYMENT DETAILS



11. Review the summary of registration and payment details that will be shown on
the page. Click the "PREVIOUS" button to edit your registration details. Once all
the details have been checked, click the "CONFIRM" button.

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12. Wait for the confirmation email.
● A confirmation message will be sent through email and SMS once the registra-
tion forms are received. Another email and SMS will be sent when the registra-
tion is already secured and final.
● In case of corrections, another registration form with the COMPLETE details
must be resubmitted. The prior registration form submitted will be automati-
cally disregarded.
● All information in the online registration must be checked before submission.
Corrections will only be entertained within three (3) days after the confirma-
tion email was sent. After that, all the submitted information will be consid-
ered final.
● Names provided in the form will be the basis for the certificates.
● IMPORTANT NOTE: The event organizers shall not be responsible for misspelled
names on certificates on the event day itself.

III. REGISTRATION DETAILS PER EVENT
PACKAGES:
The available packages for the CE Laboratory Tour, AdvanCE, and CE Job Fair are
shown in Table 1. All participants of any of the packages MUST also be participants
of the National Civil Engineering Symposium.
SCHEDULE
Table 1. Different packages available for CE Laboratory Tour, AdvanCE and CE Job Fair
Package 1 Package 2 Package 3
8:00 – 9:00 Civil Engineering
9:00 – 10:00 Laboratory Tour AdvanCE
10:00 – 11:00 Lunch Civil Engineering [Environmental + Water]
11:00 – 12:00 AdvanCE Laboratory Tour Lunch
[Construction +
12:00 – 1:00 Transportation] Lunch
Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour
1:00 – 2:00
Job Fair AdvanCE
[Structural + Geotechnical] Civil Engineering
2:00 – 3:00
Job Fair
Civil Engineering
3:00 – 4:00
Job Fair

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DAY 1: National Civil Engineering Symposium

➢ PRE-EVENT:
● Two thousand (2000) slots per day will be allotted.
● Walk-in registrations will no longer be allowed if the four thousand (4000) slots
are completely filled in. Proceed to part VI. Walk-in Registration for further details.

➢ REGISTRATION PROPER:

• ● Registration will start at 6:00 AM and the program will start at 8:00 AM.
• ● Please practice punctuality. Participants who will arrive after 8:00 AM can still
go inside the venue, but will receive BLANK certificates. In case of emergency or
unexpected delays with valid reasons, please inform Nikka Torres (0917 838 6457)
beforehand.
• ● Late participants will only be allowed to enter the venue once the ongoing talk
has finished.

➢ EVENT REMINDERS:

• ● All Certificates of Participation for the Symposium will have names. If there will
be sudden changes in participants (e.g. a participant is replaced by another person
who
• was not registered), he/she will be given a blank certificate.
• ● Certificates will be given at the END of the event to the school’s representative.
• Unclaimed certificates will not be sent via mail, online transfer, fax, or any other
method.
• ● Please take note of the following provisions:

Early Bird Registration Regular Registration Walk-in Registration
Discounted Rates* Regular Rates* Regular Rates*
Certificates with printed Certificates with printed Certificates without printed
names names names

• DAY 2: Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour, AdvanCE, and


• Civil Engineering Job Fair

➢ PRE-EVENT:
● The package preference of EACH participant must be indicated in the online regis-
tration form. Refer to Table 1.
● The three (3) events are NOT offered on the same day as the participant’s National
Civil Engineering Symposium schedule (i.e. if the participant will be attending the
Symposium on Thursday, he/she will only be allowed to attend the Friday schedule
of the other 3 events).

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➢ REGISTRATION PROPER:
● There will only be one (1) registration venue for the CIvil Engineering Labo-
ratory Tour and AdvanCE, altogether. There will be no separate registration per
event.
• ● The venue for registration for the CE Laboratory Tour and AdvanCE will be at the
Institute of Civil Engineering (ICE Compound), while the Civil Engineering Job Fair
will be at the University Theater.
• ● Please bring a valid school ID for each participant. Registration will start 1 hour
before the schedule of each package. See table below for the schedule:

Start of Registration Start of Tour
PACKAGE 1 7:00 AM 8:00 AM
PACKAGE 2 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
PACKAGE 3 11:00 AM 12:00 PM


➢ EVENT REMINDERS:
● Certificates of Participation in the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour and AdvanCE
will BOTH be given to the school representative before the participants transfer to
the University Theater for the Civil Engineering Job Fair
○ At the END of AdvanCE for Package 1 and 2, and
○ At the END of Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour for Package 3.
● Unclaimed certificates will not be sent via mail, online transfer, fax, or any other
means.

A. CIVIL ENGINEERING LABORATORY TOUR
● The schedule of the laboratory tour will be Thursday (September 14) and Friday
(September 15).
● Participants must be at the venue at least 30 minutes before their respective tour
schedule.
● For details about walk-in registration, see VI. Walk-in Registration.
● Please take note of the following provisions:
Early Bird Registration Regular Registration Walk-in Registration
Discounted Rates* Regular Rates* Regular Rates*
Certificates with printed Certificates with printed Certificates without printed
names names names

B. ADVANCE
● The schedule of AdvanCE will be Thursday (September 14) and Friday (September
15).

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● Participants are given the freedom to choose their preferred pair of Civil Engineer-
ing Fields. Each package has a different pair of fields. See Table 1.
● For details about walk-in registration, see VI. Walk-in Registration.
● Please take note of the following provisions:
Early Bird Registration Regular Registration Walk-in Registration
Certificates with printed Certificates with printed Certificates without printed
names and signed by the names and signed by the names and signed by the
speakers speakers speakers

C. CIVIL ENGINEERING JOB FAIR


● The Civil Engineering Job Fair is free of charge.
● Participants are highly encouraged to bring their printed resumes for internship
programs and employment. At least 10 copies are recommended.
● Stamp cards for the Job Fair are to be given out during the registration at the Civil
Engineering Lab Tour venue. Completed stamp cards will be raffled at the end of the
day for a chance to win special prizes.
● Participants who will send their resumes via email before September 14 will receive
five (5) additional raffle entries. Those who will submit their resume on Septem-
ber 14 or 15 will receive three (3) additional raffle entries.
● Schedule:
○ If the participants would like to visit the Civil Engineering Job Fair on the same
day as the National Civil Engineering Symposium, they are allowed to visit the
Civil Engineering Job Fair STRICTLY from 10:45 AM to 1:00 PM ONLY.
○ If the participants would like to visit the Civil Engineering Job Fair on the same
day as AdvanCE and the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour, they are required to
visit the Civil Engineering Job Fair during the specified time per package as
shown in Table 1 on Page 7.

IV. REGISTRATION RATES


NOTE: Exclusive of bank transactions and additional fees

Table 2. Registration Rates for CE Undergraduate Students


Delegation of 1-20 Delegation of 21-49 Delegation of 50 or more
Regular Regular Regular
Early Regis- Early Regis- Early Regis-
Itinerary Registra- Registra- Registra-
tration tration tration
tion tion tion
Symposium Php 345 Php 365 Php 335 Php 355 Php 315 Php 335
Symposium
AdvanCE, Php 500 Php 520 Php 490 Php 510 Php 470 Php 490
CE Lab Tour

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Table 3. Registration Rates for Non-CE Undergraduate Students
Delegation of 1-20 Delegation of 21-49 Delegation of 50 or more
Regular Regular Regular
Early Regis- Early Regis- Early Regis-
Itinerary Registra- Registra- Registra-
tration tration tration
tion tion tion
Symposium Php 365 Php 385 Php 355 Php 375 Php 345 Php 365
Symposium
AdvanCE, Php 530 Php 550 Php 520 Php 540 Php 500 Php 520
CE Lab Tour

● The registration fee for the National Civil Engineering Symposium covers the following:
○ Lunch during Symposium
○ Symposium Souvenir Program Kit
○ (1) Certificate per participant
● The registration fee for the package including the National Civil Engineering Symposium,
AdvanCE and the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour covers the following:
○ Lunch during the package schedule
○ Symposium Souvenir Program Kit
○ Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour Kit
○ Job Fair Stamp Cards
○ (1) Certificate per participant in the Symposium
○ (1) Certificate per participant in AdvanCE
○ (1) Certificate per participant in the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour

V. PAYMENT DETAILS
● Registration fees may be settled personally or deposited to UP ACES’ BPI or PNB account.
The bank details are as shown below:
BPI PNB
Account Name: Account Name:
UP Association of Civil Engineering Students UP Association of Civil Engineering Students
Account No.: Account No:
003083-7267-08 393755300017

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● Those who will settle their balances through UP ACES’ BPI or PNB account MUST submit
the following:
○ A scanned copy or photo of the bank deposit slip; AND
○ An SMS to confirm the number of reserved slots with the payment details
FORMATS:
For scanned copy or photo of bank deposit slip, together with payment details,
send to the email: nces.reg@gmail.com
SUBJECT: SYMPO2017 BDS [School Name]
FILENAME: SYMPO2017[space]BDS[space][Full School Name]
(Example: SYMPO2017 BDS University of the Philippines-Diliman.jpeg)

Email Body shall include:


1. Attached scanned copy or photo of bank deposit slip
2. No. of Registered Symposium Participants:
3. Amount Deposited:
4. Transaction Number:
5. BPI or PNB Branch:
6. Date of Payment:

For SMS, send to 0917 838 6457 (Nikka Torres).


TEXT: SYMPO2017 / [Name of School] / [Amount Deposited] / [Date of Payment] /
[Complete Name of Sender]
Example: SYMPO2017 / University of the Philippines-Diliman / P 4,000 / August 1,
2017 / Juan G. Dela Cruz

● IMPORTANT: Until a text message is received from the school representative, the reserva-
tion of slots will not be acknowledged even if the participant is already fully-paid.
● A confirmation message through SMS will be sent once the message is received and an
e-mail will be sent when the scanned copy or photo of bank deposit slip is received.
● A receipt from UP ACES will be issued during the event proper in exchange of the bank de-
posit slip. (NOTE: Only a single receipt will be issued per bank deposit slip.)
● Securing the slots:
○ Last day of payment is on the last day of the regular registration period which is
August 11, 2017, Friday.
○ Slots will only be reserved once the FULL PAYMENT of the total amount of the
registration fee has been settled. Until the school has settled their account, the slots
will be available to other participants who can settle their fees first.
● In case of cancellation of reserved slots, refunds may be issued until August 25, 2017,
Friday, ONLY. NO refunds for cancelled reservations will be permitted beyond the said
date.

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For any inquiries regarding the registration, an e-mail must be submitted with the format:
To: nces.reg@gmail.com
Subject: SYMPO2017 INQUIRY [School Name]

VI. WALK-IN REGISTRATION


CASE 1: There are NO remaining slots after the regular registration period
Once an announcement has been made on the official National Civil Engineering Summit
Facebook page that there are NO MORE SLOTS, walk-ins will NO LONGER BE ALLOWED
and will not be entertained on the event itself.

NOTE: When there are no more slots for the National Civil Engineering Symposium, it is au-
tomatic that there are also no more slots for the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour, AdvanCE,
and the Civil Engineering Job Fair.

CASE 2: There are still remaining slots after the regular registration period
1. Those who intend to register as walk-ins MUST send a text message expressing their
intent to register. Walk-in registrants who have not expressed their intention to register
beforehand shall NOT be accepted.
2. The text message should have the following format:
[SCHOOL NAME] / [Number of Participants] / [Full Name of Sender] / [Event to Partici-
pate in]
Ex: University of the Philippines - Diliman / 20 / Juan G. Dela Cruz / Symposium with
CE Lab Tour and AdvanCE

○ SEND TO: Nikka Torres (0917 838 6457) on or before August 26, 2017,
Saturday, 5:00 PM.
3. The time the text message was sent will NOT have an effect on the registration priority (i.e.,
Those who will text earlier will not have a higher priority than others). The text message
will only give the registrant/s the priority over those who did not send a text message.
4. Registration will still be on a "first come, first served" basis on the event day itself, and the
registrant/s must register from 6:00 AM to 8:00 AM only.
5. Walk-in registration for AdvanCE and Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour will ONLY be opened
if there are still available slots for their corresponding Symposium schedule after the
deadline for the regular registration
○ i.e., walk-in registration for the Thursday schedule of AdvanCE and Civil Engineering
Laboratory Tour will only be opened if there are still available slots on the Friday sched-
ule of Symposium (and vice versa)

➢ For Symposium,
○ SLOTS ARE NOT GUARANTEED.
○ After noting the region of origin, a "first come, first served" scheme will be imple-
mented.

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○ A walk-in registration fee must be paid upon registration. Walk-ins will have to pay
the regular registration fee. See IV. Registration Rates.

➢ For AdvanCE and Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour,


○ SLOTS ARE NOT GUARANTEED.
○ Only participants who are registered for the "Symposium Only" package are allowed
to register as walk-ins for the Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour and AdvanCE.
○ Walk-in registrants on the day itself will be entertained until 8:00 AM only, on a first
come first served basis.
○ Upon registration, a walk-in registration fee of P160.00 must be paid.

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NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING QUIZ 2017
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
SEPTEMBER 16, 2017 (SATURDAY)

6:00 - 8:00 AM Registration of Participants


8:00 - 8:05 AM National Anthem
8:05 - 8:15 AM Opening Remarks
8:15 - 8:30 AM Contest Mechanics and Instructions
8:30 - 8:45 AM Set-Up of Roster A
Travel of Roster B to CE Company Talk

8:45 - 9:45 AM Roster A: Qualifying Round 1


Roster B: Company Talk
9:45 - 10:45 AM Roster A: Qualifying Round 2
Roster B: Company Talk and Lunch

10:45 - 11:00 AM Set-Up of Roster B


Travel of Roster A to CE Company Talk

11:00 - 12:00 PM Roster B: Qualifying Round 1


Roster A: Company Talk
12:00 - 1:00 PM Roster B: Qualifying Round 2
Roster A: Company Talk and Lunch

1:00 - 1:15 PM Set-Up for Wildcard Round


Travel of Roster A to GT Toyota

1:15 - 2:30 PM Qualifying Round 3: Wildcard Round

2:30 - 2:45 PM Set-Up for Semifinal Round


2:45 - 4:00 PM Semifinal Round

4:00 - 4:15 PM Set-Up for Final Round


4:15 - 5:30 PM Final Round

5:30 - 5:40 PM Awarding of Winners/Certificates


5:40 - 5:45 PM Closing Remarks
5:45 - 5:50 PM Exit from GT Toyota

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NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING QUIZ 2017
GENERAL REGISTRATION GUIDELINES
• ● A "first come, first served" policy will be observed.
• ● Only the first 120 teams will be accepted.
• ● Each school is allowed to send the ff:
• ○ A maximum of 2 teams, each with 2 participants;
• ○ 1 alternate (optional); and
• ○ 1 coach (optional)
• ● If two teams will be handled by one coach, he/she will only be allowed to accompany
one team during the elimination round.
• ● If there are available slots on the day of the contest, walk-in teams will be allowed to
participate. For guidelines, see V. Walk-in Registration.
• ● General procedure to follow:
• ○ Online Registration → Wait for the Confirmation (Email and SMS) → Full Bank Pay-
ment → Wait for the Confirmation of Slots (Email and SMS)

I. REGISTRATION DATES
● Early Bird (Advance) Registration: July 3, 2017, Monday (12:00 AM) to July 21, 2017,
Friday (11:59 PM)
● Regular Registration: July 22, 2017, Saturday (12:00 AM) to August 11, 2017, Friday
(11:59 PM)
IMPORTANT NOTE: No registration shall be accepted before the start of the early bird
registration AND beyond the deadline of the regular registration.

II. ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
Online registration can be accessed through the National Civil Engineering Summit official
website: upaces.org/nces2017. The following procedures shall serve as a guide in accomplish-
ing the online registration.

➢ HOME PAGE
1. Among the 3 event choices, click "QUIZ".
➢ PAGE 1: SCHOOL INFORMATION
2. Fill in boxes with the needed school information.
3. Upload SCHOOL LOGO
○ Specifications: Minimum of 200x200 pixel; 300 dpi resolution; white background;
.png format
○ File Name: QUIZ2017[space]LOGO[space]Full School Name
(Ex: QUIZ2017 LOGO University of the Philippines-Diliman.png)

4. Fill in boxes with Contact Person’s details.

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➢ PAGE 2: EVENT PACKAGES
5. Provide needed information.
6. Attach ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM
○ File Name: QUIZ2017[space]REGFORM[space]Full School Name
(e.g. QUIZ2017 REGFORM University of the Philippines - Diliman.xls)

○ The correct format (especially the casing), as indicated in the registration form, must be
strictly followed.


➢ PAGE 3: OTHER DETAILS
7. Housing and Transportation. Indicate if assistance is needed in housing arrangements
and vehicular permit. For inquiries, please contact Enzo Porciuncula (0917 429 0415) or
Jacob Setias (0956 591 4148).
8. Merchandise. Indicate if interested in purchasing quizzer shirts. For orders and inqui-
ries, please contact Moises Sese (0956 152 4536) or Wallen Sigui (0995 733 0558).

➢ PAGE 4: REGISTRATION SUMMARY AND PAYMENT DETAILS


9. Review the summary of registration and payment details that will be shown on the
page. Click the "PREVIOUS" button to edit your registration details. Once all the details
have been checked, click the "CONFIRM" button.
12. Wait for the confirmation email.
● A confirmation message will be sent through e-mail and SMS once the registration
forms are received. Another e-mail and SMS will be sent when your registration is
already secured and final.
● In case of changes, another online registration with the COMPLETE details must
be resubmitted. The prior registration submitted will be automatically disregarded.
● Corrections will only be entertained within three (3) days after the confirmation
email was sent. After that, all the submitted information will be considered final.
● The names of coaches and participants provided in the online registration will be
the basis for the certificates.
● Changes in the line-up (participant/s and/or coach) are allowed until September
9, 2017, Saturday (11:59 PM). If there are changes to be made in the line-up after
the said deadline, the new participant/s and/or coach will no longer be entitled to
personalized certificates. Instead, they will be given blank certificates.
● Requests for reprinting of certificates due to incorrect spelling on the day of the
event will NOT be entertained. Should a participant demand for a new certificate,
however, he/she will be given a blank certificate.
● IMPORTANT NOTE: The event organizers shall not be held responsible for misspelled
names on certificates on the event day itself.

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III. REGISTRATION RATES
*exclusive of bank transactions and additional fees
For one team:
Early Bird Registration Regular Registration Walk-in Registration
Registration Fee PhP 1,650 PhP 1,850 PhP 1,950
Certificate With printed name With printed name Without printed name

For two teams:


Early Bird Registration Regular Registration Walk-in Registration
Registration Fee PhP 3,100 PhP 3,500 PhP 3,600
Certificate With printed name With printed name Without printed name

NOTE: The team’s coach will also be receiving a Certificate of Participation

● The registration fee covers lunch, venue, and NCEQuiz Kit for all of the participants.
● Early bird registration will apply only to those who have completed the online registra-
tion and have sent proof of payment of at least 50% of the early bird registration fee on
or before July 21, 2017.
● Regular registration will apply only to those who have completed the online registration
and have sent proof of payment of at least 50% of the regular registration fee on or be-
fore August 11, 2017.
● Only those who will register during the early bird and regular registrations may order a
shirt exclusively made for the quizzers.

IV. PAYMENT DETAILS


● Registration fees may be settled personally or deposited to UP ACES’ BPI or PNB ac-
count.The bank details are as shown below:
BPI PNB
Account Name: Account Name:
UP Association of Civil Engineering Students UP Association of Civil Engineering Students
Account No.: Account No:
003083-7267-08 393755300017

● Those who will settle their balances through UP ACES’ BPI or PNB account MUST submit
the following:
○ A scanned copy or photo of the bank deposit slip; AND
○ An SMS to confirm the number of reserved slots with the payment details

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FORMATS:
For scanned copy or photo of bank deposit slip, together with payment details,
send to the email: nces.reg@gmail.com
SUBJECT: QUIZ2017 BDS [School Name]
FILENAME: QUIZ2017[space]BDS[space][Full School Name]
(Example: QUIZ2017 BDS University of the Philippines-Diliman.jpeg)

Email Body shall include:


1. Attached scanned copy or photo of bank deposit slip
2. No. of Registered Teams:
3. Amount Deposited:
4. Transaction Number:
5. BPI or PNB Branch:
6. Date of Payment:

For SMS, send to 0917 838 6457 (Nikka Torres).


TEXT: QUIZ2017 / [Name of School] / [Amount Deposited] / [Date of Payment] /
[Complete Name of Sender]
Example: QUIZ2017 / University of the Philippines-Diliman / P 4,000 / August 1, 2017
/ Juan G. Dela Cruz

● IMPORTANT: Until a text message is received from the school representative, the reser-
vation of slots will not be acknowledged, even if the participant is already fully-paid.
● A confirmation message through SMS will be sent once the message is received and
an e-mail will be sent when the scanned copy or photo of bank deposit slip is received.
● A receipt from UP ACES will be issued during the event proper in exchange of the bank
deposit slip. (NOTE: Only a single receipt will be issued per bank deposit slip.)
● In case of cancellation of reserved slots, refunds may be issued until August 25, 2017,
Friday, ONLY. NO refunds for cancelled reservations will be permitted beyond the said
date.

For any inquiries regarding the registration, an e-mail must be submitted with the format:
To: nces.reg@gmail.com
Subject: QUIZ2017 INQUIRY [School Name]

V. WALK-IN REGISTRATION
Walk-in teams will ONLY be allowed if there are available slots on the day of the contest.
● Walk-in registrants must be at the venue by 7:00 AM to register. Please bring an official
school ID for each participant and any valid ID of the team’s coach.

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● All walk-in teams will be assigned to Rosters A and B, evenly.
● See III. Registration Rates for walk-in registration fees.

VI. IMPORTANT EVENT REMINDERS


1. Registration will start at 6:00 AM and the program will start at 8:00 AM.
● Registered participants who arrive after the registration has closed will only be
allowed to join the 2nd Elimination Round of their respective rosters.
2. During registration, the participants must be accompanied by their registered coach.
● Only 1 certificate will be given to a coach/school representative, even if 2 or more
of them will be present on the day itself.
● If the participants are accompanied by a coach/school representative who was not
registered, that coach/school representative will receive a blank certificate. The
registered coach, however, will not be given a certificate anymore.
3. All registered teams must present the following:
a. Current school IDs for CE undergraduate students; and
b. Any valid ID for the coaches upon registration at the event proper.
c. The team’s bank deposit slip
4. Participants are STRICTLY NOT ALLOWED to bring gadgets such as cameras, tablets,
cellular phones, or any other communication devices inside the venue. A counter for
such gadgets is set-up for safekeeping. These shall be surrendered upon registration
at the event proper. Participants caught bringing said devices inside the venue will be
disqualified.
5. Only participants, alternates and coaches will be allowed inside the venue.
6. PRIZES:

Cash Prize Trophy/Medals From Review Innovations


1st Place PhP 60,000 ✓
2nd Place PhP 30,000 ✓ Free Review and Refresher
3rd Place PhP 10,000 ✓

50% discount on CE
Other Finalists
Board Exam Review +
Refresher

25% discount on CE
All Participants Board Exam Review +
Refresher

7. Certificates, school kits, and souvenir programs will be distributed at the END of the
event. If, however, there is valid reason for leaving the event early, these items may be
claimed only after the wildcard round. Unclaimed certificates will NOT be sent via mail,
online transfer, fax, or any other methods.

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NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING QUIZ 2016
GUIDELINES AND MECHANICS
I. GENERAL GUIDELINES
1. The contest shall consist of three (3) Qualifying Rounds, a Semifinal Round, and a Final
Round.
2. Each round shall be composed of the Easy, Average, and Difficult divisions. Questions of
each round shall come from the major fields of civil engineering and other fields related to
the discipline. Refer to Part V for the coverage of questions per subfield.
General Category Subfields General Category Subfields
Statics of Rigid Construction Construction Materials,
Engineering Science Bodies, Dynamics of Engineering and Construction Project
Rigid Bodies Management Management
Mechanics of Hydrology, Hydraulic
Engineering Water Resources
Deformable Bodies, Engineering, Water
Mechanics Engineering
Solid Mechanics Resources Engineering
Matrix Structural
Analysis,
Design of Steel
Engineering Surveying Structural Engineering
Structures,
Design of Reinforced
Concrete
Soil Mechanics,
Geotechnica Geotechnical
Engineering Statistics
Engineering and Foundation
Engineering
Environmental
Environment and
Engineering Economy Engineering, Sanitary
Energy Engineering
Engineering
Traffic Engineering,
Engineering Transportation
Transportation
Mathematics Engineering
Engineering
Fluid Mechanics

3. Only PRC-approved scientific calculators as stipulated on the Professional Regulation Com-


mission Memorandum Circular No. 2004-06 dated March 4, 2004 (listed at http://www.prc.
gov.ph/page.aspx?id=3), such as those with matrix and root solving functions, may be used
in the contest. Programmable calculators, graphing calculators, calculators with sheet func-
tions, and pocket computers are strictly prohibited. Should contestants bring any non-al-
lowable devices, UP ACES has the right to temporarily confiscate these items. The calcula-
tors will be checked before each round by the UP ACES Academics Committee.
4. Each team shall be provided five (5) scratch papers bearing the logo of UP ACES, a board,
an eraser, and a marker before each round. These items shall be collected after each round.
Participants are prohibited to take with them any of these items.

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5. The questions shall be chosen randomly. The chosen category will be specified before each
question is delivered, and the time allotted will be specified before the question statement.
Each question will be read twice before the timer starts. Teams can start answering as soon
as the question is displayed on the screen.
6. All teams must raise their boards as soon as the time allotted elapses. For questions with
allotted time greater than 10 seconds, a warning tone will be heard 10 seconds before the
time ends. The time allotted for each level of difficulty are as follows:
Difficulty Time
Easy 20 seconds
Average 40 seconds
Difficult 60 seconds
Conceptual Questions (any difficulty) 10 seconds

7. For multiple choice questions, teams must write their final answer in uppercase letters only.
Answers in lowercase letters will not be considered.
8. To ensure uniformity and accuracy, numbers shall be rounded off only on the final answer.
For simplicity, when the number to the right of the rounding digit ranges from five (5) to
nine (9), always round up the rounding digit.
9. As a general rule for computational problems, the final answer should be stated in two (2)
decimal places UNLESS specified otherwise.
Required form of answer Answer
Percent 67.43%
Decimal Degrees 82.57 ̊
Degree-minutes 82 ̊ 34.20’
Degree-minute-seconds 82 ̊ 34’12.07”
Scientific Notation 1.54 x 106
Answer unnecessary of decimal places Answer
How many systems? Express your answer in
3 (3.00 shall be considered incorrect)
whole numbers.
How many bolts are needed? Express your
6 (6.00 shall be considered incorrect)
answer in whole numbers.

Participants must still state their final answers in two (2) decimal places even if the re-
sulting answer is a whole number, unless specified otherwise in the question (i.e. the
question explicitly stated to express the answer in whole numbers).
Sample Computation: 400 N x 2.5 m = 1000.00 N-m (1000 N-m shall be considered incor-
rect.)
Sample Computation: 15°53.73’ + 34°24.27’ = 50°18.00’ (50°18’ shall be considered incorrect.)
If the decimals become zero due to rounding off, do not discard the decimals.
Sample computation: 3.4444 + 2.5555 = 5.9999 = 6.00 (6 shall be considered incorrect.)

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In the case of degree measurements, participants must state their final answers in deci-
mal degrees by default unless specified otherwise.

10. For the values of some important constants, refer to the following table. Listed in the table
are the values to be used in computations unless other values are specified in the problem.
Constant Value
Acceleration due to gravity 9.81 m/s2 or 32.2 ft/s2
Density of water 1000 kg/m3 or 1 g/cm3
Unit weight of water 9810 N/m3 or 9.81 kN/m3

11. The final answer shall indicate the proper unit as specified in the problem. Moreover, the
final answer shall follow the required form of answer. (For example, if the problem requires
that the final answer must be in degrees-minutes, answers that are in decimal degrees and
degrees-minute-seconds will be considered incorrect.)
12. Any teams to give an answer without indicating the correct unit and decimal place will be
considered incorrect. Likewise, illegible and incomplete answers will be awarded no points.
13. For identification problems, answers shall be stated in complete words—spelled out and
spelled correctly. Acronyms will be considered incorrect unless otherwise specified.
14. For correct answers, points shall be awarded accordingly.
Difficulty Points
Easy 15
Average 25
Difficult 35
15. Answers should be erased only after all the answers have been checked and after all the
protests have been resolved. The UP ACES Academics Committee shall entertain these pro-
tests only before the next question is read, or, if it is the last question of the round, before
the end of the round. If the answer is still not agreed upon, the decision of the Board of
Judges, composed of the present faculty members of the UP College of Engineering, shall be
considered final.
16. If a question is deemed to be void by the Board of Judges, no points/merit will be awarded
for the void question. The void question will be replaced with another question.
17. The primary reference for concrete design is the National Structural Code of the Philippines
2010 (NSCP 2010). For steel design, American Institute for Steel Construction (AISC) Manual
(13th edition) shall be used.
18. Changes in the line-up are allowed 7 days before the contest proper. If there are changes
made in the line-up within 7 days prior, participants are no longer entitled to personalized
certificates. Instead, they will be given blank certificates. Contestants and alternates of one
team may not play for another team. Substitution of an original contestant by an alternate
(and vice versa) will be allowed only before any round.
19. To maintain a conducive contest environment at the NCEQ venue, the audience are ex-
pected to exhibit proper decorum and avoid making excessive or unnecessary noise. The

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audience will also be asked to turn off or put to silent mode their mobile phones and other
electronic devices so as not to cause distraction during the contest. If anybody is caught
violating this, the person will be called and may be asked to leave the place especially if the
warning is not heeded.
20. Use of any type of recording cameras (i.e. camera phones, tablets, computers, and other
gadgets) will NOT be allowed inside the venue. No one is allowed to take pictures other than
the official photographers of the event. Anybody who wishes to have his/her picture taken
may approach the official photographers. Those who will be caught violating this may be
asked to leave the place as well.
21. Participants WILL NOT BE ALLOWED the use of mobile phones and other communication de-
vices. Participants are REQUIRED to surrender their mobile phones to the cell phone counter
during registration. If a participant is caught using communication devices during the con-
test proper, his/her team will be disqualified.

II. QUALIFYING ROUNDS


1. The three (3) Qualifying Rounds shall be implemented as follows:
● Qualifying Round 1: Roster A and Roster B will each go through the first Qualifying Round
separately. The top four (4) teams from each roster, having clearly demonstrated mastery
of the academic areas, will automatically qualify for the Semifinal Round.
● Qualifying Round 2: Teams from each roster that have not qualified for the Semifinal
Round will go through the second Qualifying Round, again separately. The top four (4)
teams from each roster will likewise advance to the Semifinal Round.
● Qualifying Round 3 (Wildcard Round): The remaining teams from both rosters will be com-
bined, and these teams will be represented by one (1) member. The top eight (8) teams will
have their teams advanced to the Semifinal Round.

Q1 Roster A (pair) Q2 Roster B (pair)


No. of questions: 12 No. of questions: 12
Qualifying Teams: 4 Qualifying Teams: 4
Q3 Roster A and B
(individual)
No. of questions: 15
Q1 Roster B (pair) Q2 Roster A (pair) Qualifying Teams: 8
No. of questions: 12 No. of questions: 12
Qualifying Teams: 4 Qualifying Teams: 4

2. There will be 12 questions allotted for both Qualifying Round 1 and Qualifying Round 2, and
15 questions for Qualifying Round 3. None of the points will be carried over from one round
to the succeeding other.
3. Should ties exist for the last qualifying slot/s of any Qualifying Round, there shall be a
Clincher Round for the teams in contention until the tie/s is/are broken. The procedures are
similar to that of the Qualifying Round (i.e. all tied contenders will raise their boards when
the allotted time runs out). The teams to claim the contested slots will be decided as follows:

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● If the number of teams to answer correctly is equal to the number of viable contested
slot/s, they shall automatically claim the said slot/s.
● If the number of teams to answer correctly is less than the number of viable contested
slot/s, they shall claim the slot/s while the remaining slot/s will be vied by the remaining
teams.
● If the number of teams to answer correctly is more than the number of viable contested
slot/s, they shall move on to another clincher question while the the teams who answered
incorrectly shall be eliminated in vying for the contested slot/s.

Example:
In Qualifying Round 3 (Qualifying Teams: 8), 5 teams are tied for 7th Place. Since only 2
of the 5 tied teams will advance, there shall be Clincher Round.
Competing
Clincher Question Correct Incorrect Remarks
Teams
Team A Team A Teams A, B, and C will answer another
Team B Team D
Team B clincher question, while Teams D and E
1 Team C Team E
Team C will be eliminated.
Team D Remaining Slot/s: 2
Team E
Team B will claim the 7th Place slot and
Team A Team A will advance to the next round. Teams
2 Team B Team B Team C A and C will answer another clincher
Team C question.
Remaining Slot/s: 1
Team A Teams A and C will answer another
Team A
3 None Team C clincher question.
Team C Remaining Slot/s: 1
Team A Teams A and C will answer another
Team A
4 Team C None clincher question.
Team C Remaining Slot/s: 1
Team A will claim the 8th Place slot and
Team A will advance to the next round. Team C
5 Team A Team C
Team C will be eliminated.
Remaining Slot/s: 0

4. During the Qualifying Rounds 1 and 2, non-participating teams are required to participate in
the Civil Engineering Company Talk.

III. SEMIFINAL ROUND


1. Scores from the Qualifying Rounds will not be carried to the Semifinal Round. The Semifinal
Round shall consist of 15 questions (5 questions for each level of difficulty).
2. The top five teams with the highest scores shall advance to the Final Round.
3. Should ties exist for any place, same rules from the previous Qualifying Rounds will be ap-
plied to break the ties until five (5) teams remain.

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Roster A
Qualifying teams: 4+4

Semifinal Round
Roster B Final Round
No. of questions: 15
Qualifying teams: 4+4 No. of questions: 15
Qualifying teams: 5

Wildcard Round
Qualifying teams: 8

IV. FINAL ROUND


1. Scores from the Semifinal Round will not be carried to the Final Round. The Final Round shall
consist of 15 questions (5 questions for each level of difficulty) arranged in random order.
2. The Final Round will utilize a timer-buzzer device. The contestants shall be briefed on the
mechanics before the round starts.
3. Teams will be given 60 seconds to buzz their answers, regardless of difficulty. Each question
will be read twice before the 60-second timer starts. Teams may already press their buzzers
as soon as the question is displayed on the screen. The team who successfully buzzed will
be given the chance to raise their answer and will be given 5 seconds to do so. This will not
be deducted from the allotted 60 seconds time limit (i.e. the main timer will be paused after
a team has buzzed).
4. If the team’s answer is incorrect, the remaining teams may only press their buzzers after the
quizmaster announces that the previous answer was wrong. There is no limit on the number
of steals, however each team can only buzz their answers once per question.
5. At the end of the Final Round, the team with the highest score will be declared as the Cham-
pion, while the teams with the second and third highest score will be declared as the First
Runner-up and Second Runner-up, respectively.
6. In case of a tie, the clincher round mechanics from the Qualifying Rounds and Semifinal
Round will no longer apply. Instead, the first one to buzz the correct answer will take the
contested place. This will continue until all places have been taken.

V. COVERAGE
Engineering Science
● Statics of Rigid Bodies. Fundamental principles of mechanics and their applications to
engineering problems involving static equilibrium of rigid bodies. Forces and moments:
their components, resultants, and their vector representations. Friction. Centroids and
center of gravity. First and second moments of length, area, volume, and mass. Internal
forces and bending moments in members. Trusses and frames.
● Dynamics of Rigid Bodies. Application of vector mechanics to the kinematics and kinet-
ics of particles and rigid bodies. Different methods in velocity and acceleration analyses.
Newton’s second law of motion. Principle of force and inertia. Principle of impulse and

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momentum. Principle of work and energy. Impact.

Engineering Mechanics
● Mechanics of Deformable Bodies. Elementary stress and strain analysis of different
structural elements subject to different loadings. Material properties. Stress transforma-
tions. Theories of failure. Column buckling.
● Solid Mechanics. Advanced analysis on stresses and strains in different structural mem-
bers: non-homogeneous beams, members subject to unsymmetrical bending, curved
beams, inelastic action, thin-walled open section, shear center, torsion in different cross
sections. Concepts on beam deflection analysis.

Engineering Mathematics. Matrix operations. Analytical and numerical solutions of first


and second- order ordinary differential equations. Curve-fitting. Finite difference equations.
Laplace transforms.

Engineering Statistics. Data analysis, measures of variation, frequency distribution. Proba-


bility, theory of large and small sampling, hypothesis testing. Applications of statistics and
probability in civil engineering.

Engineering Economy. Cost concepts. Cash flows and economic equivalence. Interest rates.
Rate of return analysis. Fundamentals of engineering evaluations and decisions. Deprecia-
tion, depletion, and inflation.

Engineering Surveying. Fundamental concepts in surveying and mapping. Distance mea-


surements: horizontal, vertical, angular. Errors. Control surveying: horizontal and vertical
positioning. Area computation techniques. Basic cartography. Topographic surveying. Hy-
drographic surveying. Fundamental concepts on differential GPS, astronomic, and mine
surveying.

Fluid Mechanics. Fluid properties. Fluid statics: hydrostatic pressure, buoyancy. Fluid kine-
matics.
Viscous effects. Ideal fluid flow. Open channel flow. Closed conduit flow. Dimensional analy-
sis and similitude.

Water Resources Engineering


● Hydrology. Weather systems and climate, hydrologic cycle, and water budget. Precipita-
tion. Rainfall-runoff relationship. Hydrograph analysis. Streamflow measurement. Hydro-
logic losses. Frequency analysis. Flood routing. Groundwater hydrology.
● Hydraulic Engineering. Sizing of reservoirs. Hydraulic analysis and design of dams, spill-
ways, gates, outlet works, open channels, and pressure conduits. Theory of hydraulic ma-
chinery: pumps and turbines.
● Water Resources Engineering. Water distribution systems. Hydroelectric power. Irrigation.
Flood sediment control and damage mitigation. Drainage. Inland navigation. Multi-pur-

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pose projects. Integrated water resources management.

Construction Engineering and Management


● Construction Materials. Engineering properties of common construction materials: soils,
aggregates, concrete, steel, timber, asphalt, and composites. Concrete mix design. Stan-
dard test methods, non-destructive testing, testing of small scale structural elements.
● Construction Project Management. Project development process and project organi-
zation. Legal and ethical aspects of the civil engineering profession. Project documents
and service engagement procedures. Procurement process and contract administration.
Planning and scheduling. Construction estimates. Construction methods and operations.
Construction equipment and methodology.

Environment and Energy Engineering


● Environmental Engineering. Solid waste generation and management. Soil and ground-
water contamination. Water quality assessment. Air quality assessment.
● Sanitary Engineering. Sources and quantity of water.Water quality and public health.
Unit processes in drinking water and wastewater treatment. Design of drinking water and
wastewater treatment plants. Sludge management: treatment and disposal.

Transportation Engineering
● Traffic Engineering. Fundamentals of traffic flow and control: capacity and level of ser-
vice, traffic models, shock wave. Traffic surveys.
● Transportation Engineering. Transportation planning: trip generation and distribution.
Planning and design of transportation facilities: road, rail, air and water transportation.
Pavement design, construction and maintenance.

Structural Engineering
● Matrix Structural Analysis. Fundamentals of matrix structural analysis.
● Design of Steel Members (Load and Resistance Factor Design). Analysis and design of
structural steel members subject to tension and compression, flexure, shear, torsion, and
combined loads. Connection design: structural bolts and welds.
● Design of Reinforced Concrete Members. Analysis and design of reinforced concrete
members subject to axial load, flexure, and shear. Serviceability limit states. Develop-
ment lengths.

Geotechnical Engineering
● Soil Mechanics. Mechanical analysis and classification of soils. Weight-volume relation-
ship. Atterberg limits. Permeability. Seepage. Soil compaction. Soil consolidation. Stress-
es in soil. Shear strength of soil.
● Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering. Lateral earth pressures. Bearing capacity.
Retaining walls. Braced excavations. Slope stability. Foundations: shallow and pile foun-
dations. Ground improvement techniques.

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VI. OTHERS
1. UP ACES reserves the right to change, amend, and modify the rules and regulations, in part
or in whole, at their discretion if the need arises.
2. List of allowable calculators (taken from the PRC website):

I. CASIO STANDARD/DESKTOP/SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS


530 DS-208H fx-500A fx-82SX J-120TE MS-10TV NS-10T
20V DS-20TV fx-500ES fx-82TL JF-120TV MS-10V NS-20T
470LA DS-2TV fx-506G fx-85B JF-200TV MS-10VC NS-310TM
D-100V DS-3V fx-506M fx-85ES JS-10LA MS-115 O-40M
D-120TE DS-881 fx-509D fx-85ES JS-10TV MS-120TE SL-100L
PLUS
D-120TV DW120TV fx-509G fx-85MS JS-110TV MS-120TV SL-100VC
D-208H fx-95ES fx-520G fx-85S JS-120TV MS-170LA SL-1000TV
PLUS
D-20L fx-100D fx-531GH fx-85SA JS-140V MS-170T SL-1100
D-20M fx-100MS fx-546D fx-901 JS-20LA MS-20TV SL-200TE
D-40L fx-100S fx-570AD fx-911W JS-20TV MS-20V SL-210TE
D-60L fx-100W fx-570ES fx-95 JS-40LA MS-240T SL-220TE
D-60M fx-115D fx-570ES fx-95MS JS-40V MS-270LA SL-300LV
PLUS
DF100 fx-115MS fx-570MS fx-991ES JS-SC MS-270T SL-300TV
DF120TM fx-115S fx-570S fx-991ES JW120TV MS-310TM SL-305TE
PLUS
DF120TV fx-122S fx-570W fx-991H JW200 MS-350 SL-315TV
DF-240LB fx-220 fx-580 fx-991MS LC-1000T MS-373 SL-320TV
DF-320TM fx-250HC fx-580D fx-991N LC-1000T/TV MS-470 SL-320V
DJ-120T fx-260 fx-65 fx-991S LC-160LV MS-470LA SL-340VA
DJ-220 fx-300SA fx-75 fx-991W LC-401B MS-470LB SL-760LB
DJ-240 fx-300W fx-82 fx-992S LC-401L/LV MS-5VC SL-787LT
DM-1200T fx-350D fx-820MS fx-992VB LC-403LD MS-7T SL-797LT
DM-1200TEV fx-350ES fx-824 HC100 LC-403LD/TV MS-808V SL-910TM
DM-1400TV fx-350ES fx-825X HL-100LB M-7LB MS-80TE SX-100
PLUS
DM-1600 fx-350HA fx-82C HL-1221 MJ-100 MS-80TV SX-220
DM-1600TV fx-350MS fx-82ES HL-4 MJ-100T MS-812TV SX-300
DN-858A fx-350TL fx-82ES HL-815L MJ-120T MS-8T SX-300P
PLUS
DS-10TV fx-350TLG fx-82LB HL-820LV MS-1002 MS-8TV SX-320P
DS-120TV fx-350W fx-82LP HL-820V MS-100TE MW-5V WD-220T

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DS-1800S fx-401 fx-82MS HL-821 MS-100TV MW-8V WM-200T
DS-1TV fx-451M fx-82Super HS-8LE MS-10TE MX8V WM-220T
II. CANON STANDARD/DESKTOP/SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS
AD-11 HS-1200 TV LC-500H B LS-1200T LS-12TC LS-88Hi TS-120 TL
BS-1200TS HS-1200RS LC-500H G LS-120H LS-12TU LS-88Hi II TS-1200TG
CC-55 HS-1200TS LS-10 DT LS-120Hi LS-153TS LS-88HV B TS-120TL
F-502 HS-1200TSV LS-100 TSV LS-120Hi II LS-154H LS-88HV G TS-120TS
F-502G HS-1210TC LS-100DT LS-120L LS-154TG LS-88HV Y TS-121TC
F-604 HS-20 TG LS-100TC LS-120RS LS-22TC LS-88V TX-1210 E
F-710 KC-20 LS-100TS LS-120TSG LS-270H LS-88V II TX-1210Hi
F-715S KS-1200TS LS-100TSV LS-120TU LS-270V II LS-QT TX-1210Hi II
F-720 LC-210 Hi II LS-101H LS-120V LS-330H MP-120LTS TX-12H
F-720i LC-210HI LS-102Z LS-120V II LS-355TS MP-1211LTS WS-112H
F-760S LC-210Hi B LS-103TC LS-120V-B LS-39H MP-121DTS WS-1200TV
F-788DX LC-210Hi G LS-10DT LS-120V-G LS-566H MP-1411LTS WS-1210Hi
FC-45S LC-210Hi II G LS-120 Hi LS-120V-P LS-63TG P1-DTS II WS-1210Hi II
FC-4S LC-210Hi II LS-120 RS LS-121TC LS-82Z P23-DTS II WS-1210T
GR
HS-1000TG LC-210Hi II LS-120 TU LS-122R LS-83TC P3420-DL WS-1410 T
PB
HS-1200 T LC-210Hi Y LS120 V LS-123TC LS-88 L TS-10TS WS-1610 T
III. SHARP STANDARD/DESKTOP/SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS
CH-312 EL-231L EL-331A EL-500M EL-509G EL-520W EL-6750
CH-412 EL-240S EL-334F EL-501 EL-509R EL-531GH EL-6810
(BK)
CH-612 EL-242M EL-337C EL-501V EL-509V EL-531RH EL-6850
EL=124A EL-243S EL-338F EL-501W EL- EL-531VH EL-771C
509V/531W
EL-144A EL-250S EL-339H EL-506P EL-510R EL-531W EL-M332
EL-125A EL-310A EL-376S EL-506R EL-520G EL-546L EL-M711G
EL-145A EL-310A- EL-378S EL-506V EL-520V EL-546VA EL-W211G
GR
EL-2125 EL-327S EL-379S EL-506W EL-520V EL-556G EL-W531
(BK)
EL-233S EL-330A EL-421M EL-509D EL-520VA EL-6053 -
IV. HEWLETT-PACKARD STANDARD/DESKTOP/SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS
HP 9S HP30S HP Office HP Office HP Quick-
Calc 100 Calc 300 calc Life-
style

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HP 10S HP Smart- HP Office HP HP Quick-
calc 300S Calc 200 Easycalc calc Life-
100 style
V. CITIZEN STANDARD/DESKTOP/SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
CT-580 SDC- SDC-8610 SDC- SLD-7008 STL-795 W-11S
84407E 8620A
ET-210 SDC-8560 SDC-8610A SDC-8975 SLD-742N TL-780 -
VI. AURORA STANDARD/DESKTOP/SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
2512 DT210 DT-394 HC115 HC193 HL-125 SC-120
DB453B DT303 EB-964 HC133 HC205 MS-270LA SC582
DT- DT-393 HC106 - - - -
120Vplus
VII. OLYMPIA STANDARD/DESKTOP/SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
ARCUS 1 HL-88L LCD-612ST SD-100HW SD-805M SD-828 W-11S
HL-110 LCD-186 SD-100H SD-100V SD-81H SD-835 -
VIII. OTHER BRANDS
CEBAR TL 30XS KARCE KC PORPO YH- TAKSUN STL-795 W-11S
CD402 539 106 TS-217
DAL 506X KARCE-833 TEXAS TI TIME BIRD TAKSUN TL-780 -
30 SJC-122 TS-128B
LIFELONG KARCE KC PORPO YH- TAKSUN
250 105 TS-128

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ACCOMMODATIONS
WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY
1. UP SOLAIR DORMITORY – EMILIO JACINTO ST., UP DILIMAN
● CHECK-IN: 12:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 12:00 PM

Room Type Occupancy Daily Rates (PHP)


Air Conditioned Triple 1,500
Non-Air Conditioned Triple 900

2. UP NISMED HOSTEL – QUIRINO AVENUE CORNER VELASQUEZ ST., UP DILIMAN


● CHECK-IN: 2:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 12:00 PM
● 11 PM CURFEW

Room Type Occupancy Daily Rates (PHP)


Triple 1,500
Air Conditioned
Single 1,395
(Private Toilet and Bath)
Double 1,900
Air Conditioned Single 1,145
(Toilet and Bath Shared by
Two Rooms) Double 1,785

Non-Air Conditioned Single 440


(Ceiling Fan, Toilet and Bath Double 740
Shared by Two Rooms) Triple 925

3. FRANCISCO BENITEZ ALUMNI CENTER – MAGSAYSAY AVENUE, UP DILIMAN


● CHECK-IN: 1:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 12:00 PM
● MAXIMUM OF 4 PEOPLE PER ROOM

Room Type Occupancy Daily Rates (PHP)


Single 800
Air Conditioned Double 1,200
(Private Toilet and Bath) Triple 1,500
Extra Bed 500

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Double 800
Air Conditioned
Triple 1,200
(Common Toilet and Bath)
Extra Bed 400

4. BALAY-KALINAW – GUERRERO ST. CORNER DAGOHOY ST., UP DILIMAN


● CHECK-IN: 1:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 12:00 PM
● NO ADDITIONAL BED ALLOWED

Room Type Occupancy Daily Rates (PHP)


Small Studio Unit Single 1,210
Big Studio Unit Double 1,573
Family Suite Quadruple 1,980

5. UNIVERSITY HOTEL – GUERRERO ST. CORNER AGLIPAY ST., UP DILIMAN


● CHECK-IN: 2:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 12:00 PM

Ground Floor Rooms Daily Rates Ground Floor Rooms Daily Rates
A (PHP) B (PHP)
Single 1,600 Single 1,750
Double 1,950 Double 2,100
Extra Mattress 480 Triple 2,600
Extension/Hour 180 Extra Mattress 480
Extension/Hour 180
Daily Rates
Standard Rooms Daily Rates
(PHP) Superior Rooms
(PHP)
Single 1,850
Triple 4,000
Double 2,250
Quadruple 4,550
Triple 2,800
Quintuple 5,050
Quadruple 3,350
Sextuple 5,600
Extra Mattress 480
Extra Bed 730
Extension/Hour 180
Extra Mattress 500
Extension/Hour 480

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OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY
6. PARK VIL-LA APARTELLE – QUEZON AVE., QUEZON CITY
● CHECK-IN: 12:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 12:00 PM

Daily Rates
Occupancy
(PHP)
Double 900
Triple 1,200
Quadruple 1,600
Quintuple 1,800
Sextuple 2,100
Octuple 3,000
Extra Bed 150

7. STAR EXPRESS APARTELLE – MATAHIMIK ST., UP VILLAGE, DILIMAN


● CHECK-IN: ANYTIME
● CHECK-OUT: SAME AS CHECK-IN TIME

Daily Rates
Occupancy
(PHP)
Double 1,600
Triple 2,095
Quintuple 2,500
Extra bed 350

8. HAEINSA CONDOTEL – MAKISIG ST., DILIMAN


● CHECK-IN: 1:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 12:00 PM

Daily Rates
Occupancy
(PHP)
Double 1,200
Quadruple 1,890
Extra Bed 400

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9. YUJ INN MAGINHAWA – MAGINHAWA ST., UP VILLAGE, DILIMAN
● CHECK-IN: 1:00 PM
● CHECK-OUT: 11:00 AM
● MAXIMUM OF 3 PEOPLE PER ROOM
● INCLUSIVE OF BREAKFAST

Room Type Occupancy Daily Rates (PHP)


Shared Toilet and Bath Single 1,100
Shared Toilet and Bath Double 1,400
Private Toilet and Bath Double 1,600
Common Toilet and Bath Single 900
Common Toilet and Bath Single 1,000
Common Toilet and Bath Double 1,100
- Extra Bed 300

10. RAMBERRY HOTEL – MATATAG ST., DILIMAN


● CHECK-IN: ANYTIME
● CHECK-OUT: SAME AS CHECK-IN TIME

Occupancy Daily Rates (PHP)


Single 1,100
Double 1,350
Triple 1,790
Quadruple 2,200
Sextuple 2,500
Extra Bed 300

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CONTACT INFORMATION
UP ACES Address: UP ACES Tambayan, G/F Melchor Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City, 1101
UP ACES Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/upaces
NCES Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/ncesummit

EVENT EVENT HEADS CONTACT NUMBER


Kathleen Lim 0917 876 9511
Civil Engineering Exhibit Shelley Sundae Naparota 0927 235 9575
Archie Von Seville 0935 154 2919
Ciara Beatrice Cañalita 0915 655 1791
High School Career Talk
Timothy John La'O 0917 803 8526

Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour Justine Angelo Distor 0927 254 6122
(for High School & College Students) Aivan Dredd Punzalan 0905 482 0120
Annamarie San Diego 0927 829 8486
InCEthink: Inter High School Bridge Eula Marie Pacumio 0956 510 6287
Building Competition Frances Margarette Verzosa 0917 571 5395
National Civil Engineering Symposium Maria Teresa Llera 0906 432 4705
& AdvanCE Irwin Jacob Serrano 0916 743 3115
Christine Cacdac 0955 364 2139
Civil Engineering Job Fair
Timothy John La'O 0917 803 8526
Anne Victoria Germar 0917 628 2983
Civil Engineering Company Talk
Timothy John La'O 0917 803 8526
Kim Lloyd Pagapong 0905 517 9485
National Civil Engineering Quiz
Karl Derrick Rizabal 0916 707 0399

CONTACT PERSONS
Re: Inquiries and Intentions Jose Maria Ferdinand Calaunan 0905 184 3411
Re: Registration Proper Danielle Erika Torres 0917 838 6457
Lorenzo Carlo Porciuncula 0917 429 0415
Re: Accommodations
Jacob Rafaele Setias 0956 591 4148
Moises Ferdinand Sese 0956 152 4536
Re: Merchandise
Walleastein Sigui 0977 693 0263

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