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Historical Development

The Quirino State University evolved from the Maddela Institute of Technology which started as a Junior High School in 1964 and blossomed into a full blown Maddela High School in 1966 through the efforts of the local officials led by then Mayor Jose V. Ylanan. With no library yet before but custodian served as the distributor of books.

Through bill sponsored by Congressman Benjamin Perez in 1983, Maddela High School was converted in MAINHS-a TECHVOC school offering agricultural and industrial curricula. This was the year when an extension school was constructed at Barangay Dipintin, a 30 minutes ride away from the town proper where the main campus was situated. The extension campus which is now the present site of MIT, sits on a 110 hectares compound which was reserved for school site under Presidential Proclamation No. 437 by President Manuel Quezon on August 23, 1939. It was lessened to 105 hectares after 5 hectares was given to Dipintin High School since MIT was compelled not to offer Secondary Course anymore.

In 1994 along with the creation of TESDA MAINHS became Maddela Institute of Technology through RESOLUTION No. 87, series of 2000 asked the Maddela Sangguniang Bayan to endorse to proper authorities the changing of name of MAINHS to MIT. Public hearing was conducted which resulted in the immediate passage of SB Resolution No. 87, series of 2000 to change its name.

It was in July 2002 when some 30 teachers including the school nurse opted to be left behind as Dep. Ed. Teachers and all the rest of MAINHS staff became employees under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authorities (TESDA) thru proper coordination and constant follow up with the Dep. Ed. TESDA and DBM.

The concerted efforts of the Maddela Institute of Technology staff placed the institute in the national limelight. It was awarded 2nd place out of 125 TESDA performing institutions nationwide. Since then it has passed Compliance audits in its various skills programs for MIT to become Accredited Training Center and Accredited Assessment Center. It has its Extension Program which caters different groups of people to include RIC, Senior Citizens, OFW, Professional, Religious Sector and OSY offering them skills trainings needed in the communities of Quirino and even other provinces.

Among the prominent personalities who served as principals and TIC’s with inclusive date of service were the following:

                Mr. Clemente Rudio                               1964-1965

                Mr. Antonio Sequiña                              1965-1968

                Mr. Ignacio Corpus                                1968-1973

                Mr. Silvestre A. Pablo                            1973-1977

                Mr. Teodorico B. Aspiras                        1977-1985

                Mr. Emundo S. Vinagrera                       1985-1988

                Mr. Raymundo L. Manuel Sr.                  1988-March 31, 1995

                Mr. Florendo S. Baniqued                       as OIC March-June 2, 1995

                Mr. Edmundo S. Vinagrera                     June 16, 1995 to September 3, 2004

                Mr. Florendo S. Baniqued                       September 4, 2004 to Dec. 31, 2004

               Engr. Hector S. Caluya Ed. Ph.D.            January 2, 2005 to Present as
                                                                         Vocational School Administrator III &
                                                                         QSU, Maddela Campus Director


On October 19, 2012, Republic Act 10230 was approved converting the Quirino State College into Quirino State University integrating there with the Maddela Institute of Technology, the Quirino Polytechnic College. Today, the Quirino State University has three campuses: one in Maddela, one in Cabarroguis and the other at Diffun where its central administration is located.

QSU Maddela Campus continues to offer TESDA programs as a long as it complies the requirements as Training and Assessment Centers.


QSU like any other State University is governed by a Board of Regents.

The Administration of the University is vested in the President of the University who renders full-time service. The President if assisted by Vice-President, Deans, directors and other officials of equal rank as members, and whose function is to review and recommend to the Board of Regents policies governing the administration, management and development planning of the University for appropriate action.

Academic Council. There is an academic council with the President of the University as Chairman and all members of the Instructional staff with a rank of not lower than assistant curricular offerings and rules of discipline of the University subject to appropriate action of the Board of Regents. It is task to fix the requirements for the admission of students as well as the graduation and conferment of degrees subject to the review and/or approval of the Board of Regents.

Maddela Campus has its designated Campus Director, Dean of Instruction, Directors for Research, Extension and Production, Chairman of Ground and Physical Facilities, Course Chairperson s and Campus Registrar who are appointed by the University President and whose functions are to coordinate with their counterparts at the main campus to undertake the same functions and activities for the good of the whole university.


Key Officials



1 Hector S. Caluya Vocational School Administrator III Campus Administrator
2 Veronica C. Balbin Associate Professor V Campus Director for Instruction
3 Juanita O. Tolentino Associate Professor V Campus Director for Extension & Training Services
4 Analyn D. Almoite Instructor II
  • Campus Director for Student Affairs & Services
  • Student Publication Adviser
5 Leonida P. Bartolome Assistant Professor IV Campus Director for Physical & Site Development
6 Narcisa S. Aganon Assistant Professor IV Campus Director for Research & Development
7 ReynanteAgduyeng Assistant Professor I
  • Campus Director, Competency Assessment & Certification
  • Industry Linkage Development Officer
8 Bernadette Cortez Instructor I
  • Campus Director for NSTP & Concurrent Coordinator of the Community Welfare Training Service
  • Coordinator for Disaster Risk Reduction Management
9 Annalene Grace E. Co Assistant Professor I
  • Program Chair, Bachelor of Secondary Education
  • Coordinator for Literacy Training Service (LTS)
  • NBC 461 QCE Chairman
  • Nutrition Coordinator to LGU Maddela
10 Dianarose G. Lacaden Assistant Professor I Program Chair, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
11 Fely S. Viernes Associate Professor I
  • Vocational Instruction Supervisor
  • Campus Tourism Coordinator
12 Kristine Bernadette B. Mariano Instructor I Program Chair, Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
13 Camerla G. Blando Instructor III Coordinator, Gender & Development
14 Froilan G. Rafanan Instructor I
  • Campus Registrar
  • Sports Coordinator
  • Student Government Adviser
15 Ma.Luisa C. Cortez Associate Professor II
  • Campus Director for Production
  • Coordinator for Philippine Red Cross
16 Manuel T. De Guzman Instructor I Socio Cultural Affairs Coordinator
17 Monalissa B. Saquing Administrative Aide IV
  • Assistant Registrar
  • MIS Focal
18 Nieves M. Patricio Administrative Aide VI Acting Cashier
19 Mary Jane T. Dao-ayan Administrative Aide IV Special Collecting Officer
20 Ian Rhey B. Mangaccat Administrative Officer IV
  • HRMO
  • Petty Cash Custodian
21 Rohito P. Roga Accountant I Budget Officer
22 Ofelia B. Pacudan Guidance Counselor I UNIFAST Coordinator
23 Daphnei Lei P. Salvador Instructor I Assistant Budget Officer
24 Merla A. Baltazar School Librarian SchoolLibrarian



Contact Us

Narcisa S. Aganon. Ph.D.

Campus Administrator

Ms. Merla A. Baltazar

School Librarian

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