Armed with a strong determination to succeed, Dr. Ramir Barberan Uytico is an accomplished educator despite his very young age.
He is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education with English as his field of concentration. He also holds a Master of Arts in Education degree major in Teaching English as a Second Language and Doctor of Education major in Educational Administration.
Because of hard work, he rose from the ranks. He started being a classroom teacher, head teacher and secondary school principal. His outstanding achievements catapulted him to the position Education supervisor in English after topping the battery of tests administered by the Department of Education, Division of Cebu Province.
His awards include Outstanding Head Teacher in the whole province of Cebu for two consecutive years (1996-1997) (1997-1998) and Outstanding Secondary School Principal (1998-199).
His educational attainment is backed up by two DepEd scholarships. He was sent to Philippine Normal University on Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and to the Regional English Language Center, SINGAPORE on Language Testing.
For international exposure, he had gone to the United States of America, United Kingdom, Middle East where he was
invited to act as School Director in a Philippine School, Singapore and Thailand.
He passed the Superintendents Examination in 2008. After being the First in Rank in the National Search (Regional Level), he was appointed as full-fledged Assistant Schools Division Superindent of DepEd Cebu Province.
On January 27, 2011, he was designated as OIC, Schools Division Superintendent of DepEd, Dumaguete City Division.
After passing the four challenging stages, the Career Executive Service Board (CESBOARD) has conferred on him the CES Eligibility on July 10, 2012 through Resolution No. 1024.
In recognition of his exemplary performance and integrity-laden leadership, Dr. Uytico was conferred the 2012 Gawad Career Executive Presidential Award in a ceremony on July 31, 2013 at the Heroes Hall in Malacañan Palace, Manila. He received a plaque of recognition, automatic rank promotion, and a P100,000.00 cash prize.