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Provident Loan Requirements:


  1. Duly accomplished Form (3 copies)
  2. Latest borrower's payslip (3 copies)
  3.       (1 original and 2 photocopies)
  4. Photocopy of co-maker's payslip (3 copies)

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Publication of Vacant Positions

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Welcome to Division of Tangub City

 

xmas SymbolTangub City is one of the three capital cities of the province of Misamis Occidental. It is bounded by the Malindang Mountains on the north, Panguil Bay on the south, Ozamiz City on the east and the municipality of Bonifacio on the west.

It was first created as an Interim Division on June 10, 2003. On February 2008, through an order duly signed by the Secretary of Education, the Interim Division of Tangub City became a full-fledged Division in Region X.

September of this year, the headship of the division is turned over to Dr. Victoria V. Gazo as Dr. Carmencita S. Cotapte retired from public service.

This website aims to provide news and information on what is happening in and around Division of Tangub City.