BQA Weeds Out Rubbish Institutions

Institutions of learning that fail to submit annual reports may have their registration and accreditation revoked, under the newly-gazetted regulations.

While the new BQA regulations also gives the Authority the powers to audit an institution at least once during its 10-year life cycle, the authority shall still expect to receive annual audit reports from institutions.

According to the new regulations, a person or entity that contravenes any provisions of the new BQA regulations shall be liable upon conviction to a fine of P5,000 or jailed for 5 years.

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