Esmerlyn P. Bayangan, Paulino P. Reyes II, Joy Grace P. Doctor
This study focused on the On-The-Job-Training(OJT) of KSU Students at the AgroStudies International Centre for Agricultural Studies in Israel. The study aimed to determine the level of attainment of the objectives of the On-The-Job-Training program in partnership with Agro-studies as well as the factors affecting the level of attainment of these objectives. Problems encountered by the student interns during the OJT in Israel were identified too. The structured questionnaires were used for data gathering. The respondents were students from the Kalinga State University at the same time alumni of Israel AgroStudies.
The findings showed that there were more males than females and the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture had the greatest number compared to other Agriculture related programs. It was found out that the objectives of the On-The-Job-Training program in partnership with Agro-studies was much attained. Moreover, the factors cited moderately affected the attainment of these objectives. There were problems encountered by the interns during their internship but were dealt with.
Keywords: Agricultural Studies, Assessment, On-The-Job-Training