What is NSTP?
Republic Act 9163 authorized the establishment of the National Service Training Program for Tertiary Level Students with the goal of promoting civic consciousness among young, instilling the spirit of nationalism in them, and advancing their involvement in public and civic activities. The National Service instruction Program (NSTP) is a program aimed to build the youth’s physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being, as well as to promote defense preparation and service ethics while completing instruction in any of its three program components. Its different components are specifically designed to increase youth participation in contributing to the public welfare.
Who are required to complete the NSTP?
Students enrolled in any baccalaureate degree program or at least two-year technical vocational program in public or private educational institutions must finish one of the NSTP components as a requirement for graduation.
Only the following are exempt:
i. Students who have already taken NSTP as part of a previous degree;
ii. Transferees and shiftes who completed the NSTP before transferring or shifting
iii. Aliens or foreign pupils
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Cite sources: CNN Hong Kong, National Government of the Philippines, NSTP training module, CHED