This descriptive correlational study was to appraise instruction in the tertiary level of the Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College (NIPSC) and to ascertain the correlation among the different variables. The independent variables were student-related factors such as; program/course, curriculum year, class size, and sex, and the dependent variables were quality of instruction and teaching competence. The subjects were the 117 randomly selected full time college faculty members of Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College in Estancia, Iloilo during the school year, 2002-2003. Identified as evaluators were 1,018 randomly selected college students representing 32% of the entire students population, with each faculty member being evaluated by 10% of the students directly under him/her.The researcher used the three types of evaluation instruments, namely, a) the NIPCS Student Evaluation of Faculty Performance (designed by PASUC VI through series of workshops) , b) the Instructional Development and Effectiveness Assessment (IDEA) System Survey Form-Student ratings of Instructors and Courses (developed by the Center for Faculty Evaluation and Development, Kansas State University), and c) the Student Instructional Report (SIR) (developed by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) an Institution based in New Jersey). Descriptive statistics employed were frequency counts, means, mean percentage scores, and standard deviations. The significant difference was determined through the t-test and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), while correlation or relationship was determined by the Pearson`s r. The significance of all inferential statistics test was set at .05 alpha level. The study found out the college students of Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College perceived "High Quality of instruction" among the faculty members. Moreover the students further perceived "High Quality of Instruction" when they were grouped to courses and curriculum year, using IDEA, SIR, or NIPSC Survey instruments A significant difference was observed when the students were grouped according to class size. In contrast, there was no significant difference when the students were grouped according to sex. Significant differences were also observed on students perceived "Quality of Instruction" when based according to the Constructs using IDEA, SIR or NIPC Survey instruments. Finally, a positive and significant correlation was founded between IDEA and SIR Survey instrument, and between SIR and NIPSC Survey instruments, and between SIR and NIPSC survey instruments. On the basis of the findings of the study, a five year development plan on instruction was evolved.