Landmarks in Lower Bicutan,Taguig City,District 1
Inaugurated last March 27, 2010, this market has been leased to a private company managed by Manager Felix Baccay under Aliw Management Ventures Inc.
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is the premiere science and technology body in the country charged with the twin mandate of providing central direction, leadership and coordination of all scientific and technological activities, and of formulating policies, programs and projects to support national development. Under DOST are agencies providing scientific and technological services like PAGASA and PHIVOLCS.) For more information, you can log on to their official website http://www.dost.gov.ph
The National Capital Region Police Office acquired its present name on June 31, 1996 pursuant to Napolcom resolution 96-058. It is composed of five districts which are the Northern Police District, Eastern Police District, Manila Police District, Southern Police District, and Quezon City Police District. For more information, you can log on to their official website http://www.ncrpo.org/.
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish was established last February 25, 1963. It holds its feast day every 7th day of October.
The new barangay hall was inaugurated last September 7, 2011 under the present leadership of Brgy. Chairman Ricardo “Ading” Cruz Jr.
As a leading educational outpost of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in the National Capital Region, the PUP-Taguig campus is a true forerunner of technological education and is known for its environmentally conducive learning atmosphere.
Conceived by then Philippine College of Commerce (now PUP) President Nemesio E. Prudente as a learning outpost of the college in the southern part of Metro Manila, the campus was established primarily as a research and science-oriented center.
The land of which the campus stands had once been a subject of confusing litigation. Through a chain of executive and judicial interventions, the 10-hectare land, which was occupied by another government agency despite an earlier executive proclamation awarding it for school purposes of then Philippine College of Commerce, was finally and decisively awarded to PUP.
The campus formally opened on June 15, 1992. It started operating with 471 enrollees, 15 faculty members, and a single clerical staff, who worked under a provisional roof of an unfinished two-storey building, and around a marshy landscape, which years later, would be transformed into an environmentally conducive learning place. Aside from providing quality, relevant and efficient education to economically disadvantaged but intellectually capable students, PUP Taguig commits itself to provide an education that will work not only towards their economic but also their intellectual, moral, social, spiritual, and physical development preparatory to assumption of leadership in their chosen fields.
The National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP was created on December 8, 1933 by virtue of Act No. 4120 of the Ninth Philippine Legislature. As one of the two collegial and scientific bodies of Department of Science and Technology, it was established to promote the advancement of science through researches that will build up a body of Filipino men and women devoted to scientific research. For more information, you can log on to their official website http://www.nrcp.dost.gov.ph