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Chapter I

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction

In the midst of illiteracy, poverty and unavailability of schools in our country, the Philippine
State College of Aeronautics - Villamor Air Base (PHILSCA VAB) is able to provide
sufficient amount of education and theoretical studies which helps the young prospects
for the future of our country's aviation industry.

Philippine State College of Aeronautics - Villamor Air Base (PHILSCA) is one of the
unique colleges among the state universities and colleges in the country that grants free
tuition fee program, produces highly competent students, motivated fresh graduates and
the leading producer of Aeronautical Engineering topnotchers.

Every educational institution should give priority to the needs of the of the students’
efficient learning and comfort. The school facilities and supportive environment help the
students develop their skills, focus and knowledge on their academic subjects. The
construction of the Philippine State College of Aeronautics Auditorium just like in
University of the Philippines Mindanao College of Architecture Auditorium will give the
students opportunity to execute the non-curricular activities such as recognition,
graduation of CWTS and ROTC, theater arts performances, battle of the bands, thesis
defense and it may also serve as venue for conferences and seminars.

The purpose of this study is to innovate the construction of Auditorium inside the
Philippine State College of Aeronautics. The researchers chose this proposal topic to
develop a plan and to maximize the capabilities of Philippine State College of Aeronautics
to cater the students and guests through accommodation of curricular and non-curricular
activities at the auditorium.
Background of the Study

The Philippine State College of Aeronautics - Villamor Air Base (PHILSCA) or in


Tagalog "Estadong Dalubhasaang Aeronautika ng Pilipinas) located at Piccio Garden
Villamor Pasay city it has a landmass of approximately 16,500m² and it has a 2 main
buildings with approximately 80+ standard classroom, one hangar, one gym for close
door events and one covered court and it has a small cafeteria.

There are many instances that the non-curricular activities are held inside the
Philippine State College of Aeronautics Covered Court. The students won’t be able to
concentrate on their tasks and academic activities inside their classrooms because of the
disturbing voices chanting and loud speakers playing inside and sometimes during the
execution of events there are instances that the weather does not agree to the plan. Such
phenomenon will cause a lot of hassles and disturbances. While it is proven during many
times in the past, the covered court is not suitable to all types of curricular or non-curricular
events.

This is why our group formulated this research to maximize and integrate the
available spaces inside the Philippine State College of Aeronautics – Villamor Air Base.
The University of the Philippines Mindanao (UP) College of Architecture also had the
same case. There’s a huge empty space filled with grasses behind their college building
inside the campus but the school thought of a brilliant idea. The University of the
Philippines College of Architecture constructed an auditorium for their students with an
Islamic architectural design with a capacity of 413 seats in the main theater to be used
primarily for events such as conferences, thesis presentations, graduation ceremonies,
etc.

We, six (6) BSAMT students from the Philippine State College of Aeronautics
Villamor Campus of Institute of Engineering and Technology believe that we can build our
own comfortable, standard and compact Auditorium with the help of our government for
the students of Philippine State College of Aeronautics to have a great comfort to cater
and handle events for our curricular and non-curricular events.

Statement of the Problem

This study was designed to propose the construction of auditorium inside the Philippine
State College of Aeronautics specifically, it answers the following questions:

1. What is the profile of the respondents?

1.1 Age
1.2 Course of the students
1.3 Educational attainment (for faculty)
1.4 Employment status (for faculty)
1.5 Gender
1.6 Year level

2. What is the perception and impression of respondents regarding the construction of


Auditorium within the vicinity of PhilSCA?

3. What are the recommendations and suggestions of respondents if an auditorium will


be established for their benefits?

Hypothesis

As to the null hypothesis “there is no significant difference between the perception of the
respondents on the proposal of the construction of an auditorium in Philippine State
College of Aeronautics - VAB Campus.
Significance of the Study

This study is significant to the following:

To the College, and the Philippine State College of Aeronautics - VAB Campus, the
findings of which will help in its benefits of having an auditorium inside the PhilSCA - VAB
Campus premises.

To the School Administration, this study could give basis to implement immediate action
for the improvement and/or upgrading of PhilSCA - VAB Campus where the school can
effectively launch school activities being made.

To our Fellow students in PhilSCA - VAB Campus, the researchers would like to share
with our fellow PhilSCA students our efforts to improve and innovate VAB Campus for
having an auditorium to have a good and comfortable grounds to launch activities.

To the Local Government, to review and consider the proposal to allocate budget to
improve the facilities of PhilSCA to establish an auditorium for the campus. This will also
become an output for the government showing their continued support in patronizing their
advocacy to ensure and promote quality education for the less privileged.

To the Future Researchers, this study will serve as an initial step to succeeding
researches of the same object in the future.

Scope and Delimitations of Study

The scope of this research was the construction of an Auditorium inside Philippine
State College of Aeronautics, Villamor Airbase Pasay City (PHILSCA) main campus to
the faculty and selected students of the PHILSCA. The research will be limited to selected
students who are officially enrolled and faculty who are permanently employed in the
institution. The result of the study may only be true only based on the selected
respondents.

Conceptual Framework

Conceptual framework of the study focuses on the Proposal of construction of


Auditorium in Philippine State College of Aeronautics, the research is patterned by the
input, process and output model.

The figure below shows the input, process and output model. The input consists
of independent and dependent variables. The independent variables are the profile of the
respondents and perception of respondents regarding the proposal. This will be
determined by the respondents through their age, course and year level for students and
educational attainment and employment status of faculty members and how they will
perceive the proposal of the researchers.

For independent variables, we consider the provision of design of the auditorium. This will
consist of several factors such: as area and dimension of the auditorium; air conditioning
system; sound system; seating capacity, safety measures, electric wirings, and budget
for constructing auditorium.

The research process will run through distribution of survey questionnaires to


random students that are currently enrolled, and to faculty members that are employed
within the campus. Information gathered from the answers provided by the respondents
from the survey questionnaires will be evaluated and analyzed through statistical method.

Lastly, following the input and process, comes the results and output of this study
which is the Construction of Auditorium.

Input Process Output

Dependent Variables:
- Presentation of
- Respondents’ design for
Profile Auditorium Proposal for
- Distribution of Construction of
Independent Variables: survey Auditorium in
questionnaires Philippine State
- Design of
Auditorium - Data Analysis and
College of
Data Evaluation
Aeronautics
Definition of Terms

Philippine State College of Aeronautics

The only state college in the country that offers expertise in providing quality

education in the Aviation Industry not only for undergraduate programs but also masters

and doctoral programs in aeronautical education and management.

Auditorium

A closed-hall building used for public gatherings, typically speeches or stage

performances, which can be used for curricular and non-curricular activities where social

gathering, public announcements, seminars, and recognitions can be held.

Conference

a large, formal meeting at which there are groups of talks on a particular subject, or a

small, private meeting for discussion of a particular matter.

Respondents

Selected participants who took part of a study by answering the survey and

providing feedback.
Non-curricular Activities

Non-curricular or extracurricular activities are activities that fall outside the realm

of the normal curriculum of school or university, that are organized and performed by

students. These activities are usually non-academical and showcase students’ talents,

and skills to enhance social and physical needs.

Construction

The process of building an establishment, building, or an infrastructure.

Event

A social gathering or activity; Something that takes place, especially a significant

occurrence.

Bachelor of Science in Aircraft Maintenance Technology

A four-year degree completion of which will qualify the graduate for the airframe

and power plant licensure exam of the CAAP.

Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering

The branch of engineering that deals with the design, development, testing, and

production of aircraft and related systems (aeronautical engineering) and of spacecraft,

missiles, rocket-propulsion systems, and other equipment operating beyond the earth's

atmosphere.
Chapter II
MATERIALS AND METHODS

Experimental Research

Experimental research designs are the primary approach used to investigate

causal (cause/effect) relationships and to study the relationship between one variable

and another. This is a traditional type of research that is quantitative in nature. In short,

researchers use experimental research to compare two or more groups on one or more

measures. In these designs, one variable is manipulated to see if it has an effect on the

other variable. Experimental designs are used in this way to answer hypotheses. A

hypothesis is a testable statement that is formulated by the researcher to address a

specific question. The researcher designs an experimental study which will then support

or disprove the hypothesis.

Project Design