CAESO acts as the college arm in directly reaching to the people in the community. It takes the lead in implementing research-based community extension programs of the college. It also serves to organize, scrutinize, and assess the extension services rendered by the various institutes and Student Recognized Organizations in the adopted communities of the college.
GADTC Community and Academic Extension Services extends well-organized and functional extension programs and projects related to national, regional and local imperatives of development to transform people’s lives.
To provide services generated through research and technical studies for community adoption which will involve the institutions various units in environment, disaster preparedness, entrepreneurship, values formation, health and sanitation, education, recreation, and gender and development.
To develop and implement a viable CAES Program for the College
To enhance the delivery of CAES to target clientele
To improve the quality of life in the adopted community
To meet the needs of faculty, staff and students in literacy trainings and development on key areas
To formulate and implement an effective mechanism for planning, policy-making, financing, managing, monitoring and assessing of the CAES programs
To build and enhance the technological capabilities for the faculty, staff and students for more effective CAES programs
To maximize the transfer of research-based technologies in the service areas
In order to realize the objective of GADTC, every institute, faculty, staff and student must actively participate two out of four of the following programs and projects per semester: