Enp 2018 Set 15 - CLUP Vol. 2 Part 2

  1. A standard Elementary School Building classroom should provide at least how many meters of space per pupil
    1.4 sq. meters of space per pupil
  2. Colleges and University area of school site as a general rule for 500 or less students
    0.50 ha
  3. Colleges and University area of school site as a general rule for 501 to 1,000
    1.00 ha
  4. Colleges and University area of school site as a general rule for 1,001 to 2,000
    2.00 ha
  5. Colleges and University area of school site as a general rule for 2,001 to 3,000
    3.00 ha
  6. For largest colleges and universities the campus should be at least
    7 hectares for the minimum number of students which is 10,000.
  7. School-going age population for primary
  8. School-going age population for intermediate
  9. School-going age population for secondary
  10. School-going age population for tertiary
  11. For education programs prescribed by the DEPED, school-going age population can be determined by applying
    Sprague Multipliers.
  12. The Ecological Waste Management Act targeted _____% waste reduction for disposal to sanitary landfill after 5 years implementation of the act
  13. Waste density utilized by the DENR
    330 kg/m3
  14. Type of Toilet Facility  that is water-sealed type of toilet facility leading to a depository, and is used exclusively by a household
    Own flush
  15. Type of Toilet Facility  that is same as own flush but shared with other households
    Shared flush
  16. Toilet facility without water-sealed bowl and box for sitting/squatting. The depository is usually made of tubes with concrete/clay covered top with a small opening
    Closed Pit Latrine
  17. Type of Toilet Facility  that is same as closed pit but without covering
    Open Pit Latrine
  18. Type of Toilet Facility  that  can be a pail system wherein fecal matter is contained in a pail and is picked up for disposal, or any other type of toilet facility not belonging to the earlier types
  19. Standard Area for Municipal and Provincial Hospital
    1.5 ha
  20. Standard Area for  Regional Hospital
    2.5 ha
  21. Standard Area for Medical Center
    3.5 ha
  22. In the Criteria for Establishing a New Hospital (Government) the proposed hospital is at least _____ kilometers away from any existing government hospital
    thirty five (35)
  23. In the Criteria for Establishing a New Hospital (Government) the hospital will be accessible as a referral facility to a minimum of how many RHU or main health center facilities in the catchment area
    three (3)
  24. In the Criteria for Establishing a New Hospital (Government) the permanent population to be served within the catchment area is at least
    75,000 population
  25. In the Criteria for Establishing a New Hospital (Government) in the case of island municipalities or inaccessible areas due to mountainous terrain or geographic barriers, the catchment population shall be at least
    25,000 or more
  26. In the Criteria for Establishing a New Hospital (Government) in the case of island municipalities or inaccessible areas due to mountainous terrain or geographic barriers, the area shall be at least how many hours away by the usual means of transportation
    3 hours
  27. The initial unit which dispenses basic health care i.e. maternal and child care, immunizations, treatment of simple medical conditions, nutrition, family planning, sanitary health care, emergency treatment and health education
    Barangay Health Station (BHS)
  28. Considering transport availability for both the patient and medical staff and serving a population of 5,000, the recommended service zone of a Barangay Health Station (BHS) is
    from three (3) to five (5) kilometers.
  29. Every municipality/city should have at least one MHC/CHC for every
    50,000 population
  30. The hospital has a service zone with a radius of approximately thirty (30) kilometers
    Municipal Hospital
  31. The hospital provides definitive care in the four (4) basic specialties, namely: medicine, surgery, obstetrics, gynecology and pediatrics.
    Secondary Care District Hospital
  32. As per PD 856 (Sanitation Code of the Philippines), burial grounds, cemeteries, memorial parks, or any place duly authorized by the government for permanent disposal of the dead should be at least  _____ meters distance from any dwelling unit, and no house shall be constructed within the same distance from any burial ground (Sec. 90b)
    twenty (20)
  33. As per PD 856 (Sanitation Code of the Philippines), burial grounds, cemeteries, memorial parks, or any place duly authorized by the government for permanent disposal of the dead should be at least  ____  distance from either side of the river or ____  meters distance from any source of water supply (Sec. 90 c)
    Fifty (50) meters
  34. As per PD 856 (Sanitation Code of the Philippines), burial grounds, cemeteries, memorial parks, or any place duly authorized by the government for permanent disposal of the dead should be at least  ¬¬_____ away from any perennial stream, lake or river
    50 meters
  35. If the Disposal site is located within _________ of an airport runway, it shall not pose a bird hazard to aircraft. The Owner/Operator shall institute a bird control program so as to prevent hazards to aircraft if bird population becomes significant due to the operation of the landfill. The site shall comply with other requirements for safety of flying aircraft in terms of height of structures, such as provisions for obstruction lights, if required
    two (2) kilometers
  36. Locations of public water supply intakes located within ____  from a Sanitary a Land fill, including active public drinking water supply wells, shall be shown on a facility map
    one (1) kilometer
  37. A sanitary landfill shall not be constructed within ___ meters from a Holocene fault or known recent active fault
  38. A sanitary landfill site shall be large enough to accommodate the community’s waste for a period of
    five (5) years or more
  39. A gas control system shall be provided when the volume of waste in the landfill has reached
    0.5 million metric tons.
  40. Sewerage disposal system should be at least ___ meters away from shallow wells and ___ meters away from deep wells
    25, 15
  41. For a sewerage disposal to work well, the slope should be from
  42. For a sewerage disposal to work well the permeability class is rapid, the percolation rate is greater than -
    180 mm/h
  43. For a sewerage disposal to work well the depth of the water table is greater than
    180 cm
  44. For sewerage disposal systems the depth to bedrock must be ___ meters or more below the disposal field, that is about ___ meters below the surface
    120, 180
  45. The groundwater table must be at least ___ meters below the disposal field
  46. An independent structure intended for one household, separated by open space or walls from all other structures
    Single house
  47. structure intended for two households, with complete housing facilities for each
  48. This is intended for residential use only, usually consisting of 3 or more housing units.
    Multi-unit residential (3 units or more)
  49. Shall mean a tract or a parcel of land registered under Act No. 496 which is partitioned primarily for residential purposes into individual lot with or without improvements thereon, and offered to the public for sale, in cash or in installment terms.
    Subdivision Project
  50. “Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan (meaning linking arms to fight poverty)-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services: Kapangyarihan at Kaunlaran sa Barangay. It is an innovative program that integrates KALAHI, which is President Arroyo’s program on poverty alleviation, and CIDSS, a DSWD program started in 1992
  51. A capability building program designed to establish sustainable self-managed community-based organization providing the economically active poor with direct access to productive inputs and assistance for micro-enterprise development
    Self-Employment Assistance-Kaunlaran.
  52. Every ___ families must have 1 day care center
  53. Crimes which are sufficiently significant and which occur with sufficient regularity  to be meaningful. Included in this category are the following crimes: murder, physical injury, robbery,  theft and rape -
    index Crimes
  54. Per DSWD the minimum area requirement of the Center for the Senior Citizens
    is 500 sq. meters per DSWD.
  55. Ideal Police-to-Population ratio
    1 policeman to 500 persons
  56. Minimum Standard Police-to-Population ratio
    1 policeman to 1,000 persons
  57. Fireman to Population Ratio
  58. Fire Truck to Population Ratio
  59. Fire Truck to Fireman Ratio is
  60. Ideal Jail Guard-to-inmate population ratio
    1 jail guard to 5 jail inmates
  61. Minimum Standard of jail guard-to-inmate pop’n ratio
    1 jail guard to 7 jail inmates
  62. Jail category for jails with above1,000 inmates
    District Jail
  63. Jail category for jails with at least 251 inmates
    City Jail
  64. Jail category for jails with 250 inmates and below
    Municipal Jail
  65. It is developed to serve the population of a town or a municipality. Its location is recommended to be at the municipality’s outskirts for both passive and active recreation. Its facilities include picnic areas, gardens, areas for active games and possibly other amenities such as boating facilities, swimming facilities, etc.

    City/Municipality ParksPrimarily made of passive recreation. This should be provided for each neighborhood and usually with open lawn areas, planting and walks. Sculptural form and pools are considered as ornaments. Its size normally requires about 1.2 to hectares.
    Neighborhood Park
  66. This is designed to serve children under 14 years of age, and may have additional interesting features to attract teeners and adults.
    Neighborhood Playground
  67. Can be best defined according to its functions i.e. as areas for recreation; preservation/conservation, ecology and as tools to enhance and control urban growth
    Open Space
  68. Is a type of centerpiece open space which may range from neighborhood to City/Municipal Park which caters to the recreational needs of the residents of the community; that portion of the subdivision which is generally not built on and intended for passive or active recreation
    Parks and Playgrounds
  69. Are activities like nature study, strolling/walking for pleasure, picnicking, playing chess, cards, etc.; seeing movies and other spectacular shows
    Passive Recreation
  70. Contains the basic features of a sports center, but in addition, it has a gymnasium with ample space allotted to spectators’ gallery. It must also have training and housing facilities for athletes such as dormitory, cafeteria, classrooms, and administrative offices. All of these facilities must be located in one area, adjacent to one another
    Sports Complex
  71. Any open area distinctly devoted to sports activities. An open-air track and field, an outdoor grandstand, a basketball court may belong under this category. It is usually provided with appropriate lighting facilities
    Sports Field
  72. Consists of a tract oval the center of which may be used for baseball, softball, soccer. Inaddition, it must have a complementary grandstand and spectators’ gallery -
  73. A minimum city or municipal park area requirement per 1,000 population
    500 sq.m
  74. A minimum city or municipal playfield/athletic field area requirement per 1,000 population
    0.5 hectare
  75. What is the maximum slope for the site for agricultural purposes, should be plains and plateaus and areas of moderate slopes so that modern farm machinery can be used effectively
    15% maximum for cultivation
  76. For lands to be devoted as grazing lands are those that have a topography not suited for cropland purposes. The slope ranges from -
  77. Have two pronounced seasons, wet from May to October, dry the rest of the year
    Type I climate
  78. No dry season, very pronounced maximum rain period from November to January
    Type II climate
  79. At least seventy five percent (75%) of the area must have a slope of not more than fifty percent (50) _____ Land
    Grazing Lands
  80. Zone for Non-pollutive/Non-hazardous Non-pollutive/Hazardous Light Industries
  81. Zone for Pollutive/Non-hazardous and Pollutive/Hazardous - Medium Industries
  82. Zone for Highly pollutive/Non-hazardous, Highly pollutive/Hazardous, Highly pollutive/Extremely hazardous, Pollutive/Extremely hazardous, Non-pollutive/Extremely hazardous - Heavy Industries
  83. This class is intended primarily for waters having watersheds which are uninhabited and otherwise protected and which require only approved disinfection in order to meet the National Standards for Drinking Water (NSDW) of the Philippines
    Class AA Public Water Supply Class I
  84. For sources of water supply that will require complete treatment (coagulation, sedimentation, filtration and disinfection) in order to meet the NSDW
    Class A Public Water Supply Class II
  85. For primary contact recreation such as bathing, swimming, ski diving, etc. (particularly those designated for tourism purposes).
    Class B Recreational Water Class
  86. Fishery water for the propagation and growth of fish and other aquatic resources
    Class C
  87. Recreational Water Class II (boating, etc.)
    Class C
  88. Industrial Water Class I (for manufacturing processes after treatment.)
    Class C
  89. For agriculture, irrigation, livestock watering, etc.
    Class D
  90. Industrial Water Supply Class II (e.g. cooling, etc.)
    Class D
  91. In the Smart Neighborhood, this is an example of a point system of evaluating existing neighborhoods in urban areas and proposed infill redevelopment projects in accordance with Smart Growth principles, resulting in Smart Neighborhoods. The SNAP includes a method for prioritizing development projects, to maximize the City’s redevelopment efforts and to enhance the benefits of future investments
    Analysis Protocol
  92. Consist of sets of photographs of buildings, streets, sidewalks, shopping centers, parks, and/or other examples of a region’s built or natural environment. The images are generally taken from within the community, although some images may be from other areas if a depiction of a certain design principle cannot be conveniently found in the survey area. The images are then shown to residents at public workshops and stakeholder’s meetings
    Visual surveys
  93. An internationally accepted term in conservation circles as an indicator of tangible cum intangible quality that defines a certain heritage resource, if not any locus of habitation. It conveys the cultural essence of a site encompassing the meanings of a place accrued through time and through its past and present uses. Expressed through the built heritage, these intangible heritage values give the place itsdistinctive character
    Genius Loci or Spirit of Place
  94. A stretch of cohesive buildings, streetscape, open spaces, and natural landscape, consistent with the historicity and architecture of the historic town.
    Visual Corridor
  95. Selected viewing station where beautiful townscape and striking panorama can be appreciated. they enhance visual experience and interests and can be located either within or outside the historic core, must be preserved, protected and developed
    Vista points
  96. Recommended Distances Expressed in Travel Time on Foot from residential zones to Neighborhood center
    750 meters or 15 minute travel on foot (maximum)
  97. Maximum walking distance and Travel time range from residential zones to Minor CBD
    • 12 km; maximum walking distance,
    • 15-30 minute travel time by public transport service
  98. Recommended travel time from residential zones to Major CBD
    45 minutes to one hour travel time from the farthest areas served by the center by public or private transport.
  99. Maximum Travel Time  from residential zones to the education center (schools)
    a minimum travel time of 15 minutes by public transport.
  100. Recommended Distances and Travel Time from residential zones to the health center (hospital)
    a minimum of 300 meters or 10 to 20 minutes travel time.
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Enp 2018 Set 15 - CLUP Vol. 2 Part 2
CLUP Vol. 2 Part 2