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A Thesis Presented to the Faculty Of Tourism and Hospitality Management Department National College of Science and Technology In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirement for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management Mr. Christer John R. Manalo Ms. Jemimah V. Camitan Ms. Krystal Jane M. Fello Mr. Clarenz Marr Javier Ms. Emerlene P. Milan APPROVAL SHEET This Thesis study entitled “STUDYING DIFFERENT FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THIRD YEAR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT STUDENTS OF NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DUE TO SELECTED ACTIVITIES” prepared and submitted by Mr. Christer John R. Manalo, Ms. Jemimah V. Camitan, Ms. Krystal Jane M. Fello, Mr.…show more content…
To Libraries that researchers visited which serves as the key to construct ideas and answers to the questions on the research. To the family of the researcher who support the researcher especially in financial matters that is needed for this study to be successful and for their advices. To the HRM Faculty and Students who cooperated and support in doing this research. To Ms. Christina Dela Cruz and Ms. Virginia Medina for checking this thesis study. To Ms. Ronalyn Pereña, for sharing her knowledge and guiding the researchers while doing this research. Lastly, to our Course Adviser Mr. Kirk P. Manalo and to our Department Head Mr. Ronaldo Padilla for coordinating with us in doing our research. INTRODUCTION Extra-curricular is not falling in the scope of a regular curriculum; specifically; of or relating to officially or semi officially apposed and usually organized student activities (as athletics) connected with school and usually carrying no academic credit. Extra-curricular activities perform by students that fall outside the realm of the normal curriculum of school or university education. An extra-curricular activity exists at all levels of education. Such activities are generally voluntary as opposed mandatory, none paying; social, philanthropic as opposed to scholastic and open involve others of the same age. Students often organize and direct
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