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COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (CIT)

HISTORY

The College of Industrial Technology traces its roots from the Technical Department of the then Philippine School of Arts and Trades adapted in 1937 which later became the Philippine College of Arts and Trades.

In 1978, the then Philippine College of Arts and Trades was converted into the Technological University of the Philippines (TUP). Simultaneously, the College of Industrial Technology arose from the departments of the former Technical Department.

Today, the CIT is the center of the industrial technology education of the University and is composed of eight departments namely, the Basic Industrial Technology, the Civil Engineering Technology, the Electrical Engineering Technology, the Electronics Engineering Technology, the Food and Apparel Technology, the Graphic Arts and Printing Technology, the Mechanical Engineering Technology and the Power Plant Engineering Technology.


CONTACT INFORMATION
Name & Designation Office Local No.
Prof. Ma. Ian P. De los Trinos 
Dean
Dean's Office 201
Prof. Josephine N. Alden College Secretary  
Prof. Jose C. Delos Santos Jr. 
Head
Basic Industrial Technology Department 212
Prof. Samuel M. Pacba 
Head
Civil Engineering Technology Department 208
Prof. Amelia C. Torralba 
Head
Food and Apparel Technology Department 207
Prof. Alexander M. Marfil 
Head
Graphic Arts and Printing Technology Department 209
Prof. Elpidio S. Virrey 
Head
Mechanical Engineering Technology Department 205
Dr. Bilomar N. Floresca 
Head
Power Plant Engineering Technology Department 202
Prof. Minabelle D. Villafuerte 
Head
Electronics Engineering Technology Department 206
Prof. Teresita C. Nora 
Head
Electrical Engineering Technology Department 203
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