23 June 2015

Top 10 Nursing Licensure Exam (NLE) May 2015 Results

Below is the list of top 10 passers of the Nursing Licensure Exam (NLE) given last May 30 and 31.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced on Tuesday that 9,707 of 17,891 examiners passed the board exam.

1. Benedict Rey Montas Serrano (Bicol University-Legazpi) -- 86.40

2. Charlyn Montebon Villa (Riverside College) -- 86.20

3. Marinell Ala Atos (Bicol University-Legazpi) -- 85.60
Kevin Ritardo Babia (Southern Luzon State University-Lucban)
Christine Mae Abrogena Galeon (Our Lady of Fatima University-Quezon City)

4. Regine Agana Betita (West Visayas State University-La Paz) -- 85.20
Erika Sarrosa Bicol (West Visayas State University-La Paz)
Mariah Monica Lopez Condeno (Catanduanes State University-Virac)
Michelle Abby Calixtro Maranan (Our Lady of Fatima University-Valenzuela)
Liezel Kate Pabillo Sindol (West Visayas State University-La Paz)
Danielle Ann Kapili Suarez (Cebu Normal University)

5. Devin Edjohn Michael Aguelo Aballe (Cebu Doctor's University) -- 85.00
Alexis John Solomon Castro (University of Pangasinan)
Janesca Lara Montero Comilang (Centro Escolar University-Makati)
Euben Hope Olaso Gamutan (University of Bohol)
Darwana Adin Ibbang (Ateneo de Zamboanga)
Ma. Rejena Grace Caballero Palatan (Cebu City Medical Center)
Arielle Joy Brillantes Rosales (Cebu Normal University)
Nina Leoves Sabardan (Xavier University)

6. Julius Bryan Cristobal Abesamis (San Beda College) -- 84.80
Kristine Marie Manlapas Basas (Bicol University-Daraga)
Keren Joy Tuban Compelio (Benguet State University-La Trinidad)
Kerima Danica Lising Gayo (University of the Philippines-Manila)
John Dene Patrick Rocero Job (Makati Medical Center)
Krissa Mae Duco Lapiz (Holy Name University - former Divine Word-Tagbilaran)
Tazmeen Amin Mariwa (Notre Dame of Jolo College)
Mikaela Marie Baluyut Medina (Angeles University Foundation)

7. Al-gian Mendoza Dialogo (Universidad de Santa Isabel (Col de Sta. Isabel) -- 84.60
Jada Bianca Giray Diaz (Perpetual Help College of Manila)
Chara Maive Amor Torres Gabiana (Cebu Normal University)
Karla Patrician Ganagana Giorla (Chinese General Hospital Colleges)
Suharto Tulawie Jundam (Manila Tytana Colleges Inc. - former Manila Doctors College)
Ma. Therese Lafayette Hernandez Magtibay (Philippine Women's University-Manila)
Daisyrie Aidyl Tan Pamogas (University of the Philippines School of Health and Sciences-Leyte)
Jake Quilaton Taladro (Saint Paul College Foundation Inc. - Cebu St. Paul College)
Elmera May Layola Toledo (De la Salle University-Health Sciences Institute)
Tarquin Orpheus Batucan Tomada (Mindanao Sanitarium & Hospital College of Medical Arts Foundation)
Ma. Kristel Rose Orteza Vesagas (Ateneo de Zamboanga)

8. Carla Mae Borongan Abrigo (Silliman University) -- 84.40
Elisha Gine Bagalanon Andales (Cebu Normal University)
Camille Agustin Billote (University of Pangasinan)
Cathlyn Mae Canda Carlos (University of La Salette-Santiago)
Rose Jessamae Montaus Cultura (Cebu Doctors' University)
Cristhine Jane Bantugon de Castro (Lyceum of the Philippines-Batangas Inc.)
Mika Marie Saturinas Desiderio (Velez College)
Fleurdelyn Manguiat Garing (De la Salle University-Lipa)
Ellaine Gayle Pielago Imperio (Southern Luzon State University-Lucban)
Jean Soriano Laluan (University of Pangasinan)
John Anthony Alboleras Ngo (Southville International School and Colleges)
Christine Joy Camilotes Roferos (Cebu Normal University)
Rencel Finnos Valdez Sabog (Benguet State University-La Trinidad)
Frances May Tayhopon Soberano (West Visayas State University-La Paz)
Gienel Alodia Bautista Tatlongmaria (Adventist University of the Philippines)
Carlo Magno Corpus Vistro (Mariano Marcos State University-Batac)

9. Aira Mae Aguila Asagra (Chinese General Hospital Colleges) -- 84.20
Dominic Romero Asuncion (University of Saint Louis-Tuguegarao)
Ma. Fesa Arbis Barrio (West Visayas State University-La Paz)
Jansel Jayme Buencaloloy (Cebu Normal University)
Louanne Tracy Cruz Calixijan (University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna)
Kate Lowin Aben Cardona (University of Pangasinan)
Elleine Ruth Rabino Canero (University of the Cordilleras)
Dennis Nuneza Del Mar (Dr. Yanga's Colleges Inc.)
Dayanara Galpo Dimatulac (Bicol University-Legazpi)
John Paolo Jacaban Espina (University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center)
Sarah Santos Estrada (University of Pangasinan)
Alben Balen Fernandez (University of Pangasinan)
Michelle Ann Hamor Hilis (Bicol University-Legazpi)
Trisha Camille Arante Lagrito (Xavier University)
Stephanie Javellana Locsin (Iloilo Doctors' College)
Marc Anthony Talagtag Manalili (Bataan Peninsula State University-Balanga)
Joji Mheple Bragado Mangiyo (University of the Cordilleras)
Mary Frances Uy Penalosa (Velez College)
Kimberley Kaye Bureros Sosmena (Chinese General Hospital Colleges)
Ma. Jella Mirabel Turallo (Bicol Univeristy-Legazpi)
Aaron Tibay Vinluan (Far Eastern University-Manila)

10. Alexandra Marie Molano Allanigue (Angeles University Foundation) -- 84.00
Darwin Anthony Dela Cruz Antigua (Gordon College - former Olongapo City College)
Sabrina Kristine Amil Avancena (Silliman University)
Charmaine Rose Jean Lim Bayan (Ateneo de Zamboanga)
Ma. Gay Bronda Biscaro (West Visayas State University-La Paz)
Mabelle Blancada Consulta (Bicol University-Legazpi)
Ruel Ray Chan Cuay (Xavier University)
Joanna Francessca Lozada De Matias (West Visayas State University-La Paz)
Ma. Paola Joy Pangilinan Esposo (Wesleyan University-Philippines-Cabanatuan City)
Jomarie Mhel Papaya Himor (Ateneo de Zamboanga)
Jezreel Bon Tianzon Juanitez (Olivarez College-Paranaque)
Josua Casingal Lacsina (Arellano University-Pasay)
Renee Camille Lumeran Laguda (Cebu Normal University)
Llybe Kristen Sabuga Lobido (Xavier University)
Rodilyn Anne Dela Cruz Maravillo (Perpetual Help College of Manila)
Carmela Lea Reciproco Mira (University of Makati)
Liana Monique Puspos San Lorenzo (De la Dalle University-Health Sciences Institute)
Dann Francis Bacusmo Sarnillo (University of Cebu-Banilad)
Jasafe Rinon Ong Taborada (Cebu Normal University)
Kathlyn Orozco Tan (Cebu Normal University)
Nico Eulogio Parungao Tiu (Angeles University Foundation)

02 June 2015

University of San Carlos School of Engineering Is The New Name

It has changed! The University of San Carlos College of Engineering will now be called as University of San Carlos - School of Engineering.

27 October 2014

Top 10 Passers for August 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) Secondary Level

Here is the full list of Top 10 passers for the August 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) Secondary Level:

1
NIXON SOMBLINGO BALANDRA
PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-CADIZ CITY
90.20
2
JOSE DANTE VALENZUELA DELA MERCED
NEW ERA UNIVERSITY
90.00
3
JEMER ANDOYO ALIMBON
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-TAGUM
89.80
KARL LAURENZ GONZAGA DIAMANTE
COLEGIO SAN AGUSTIN-BACOLOD CITY
89.80
4
ALDIN ARBIAS HERNANDEZ
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-DAVAO CITY
89.40
LYNDON LABORTE LAZARO
PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-ISABELA
89.40
PHYLLA LYNNE JUNE GALLEGO MAGALLANES
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-VISAYAS-ILOILO CITY
89.40
RALPH DUROPAN REMULTA
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-TAGUM
89.40
5
ARJEAN DALAY BANTING
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA
89.20
ANALYN ROSALES DAHUNAN
BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY (FOR.CVSCAFT)-TAGBILARAN
89.20
MARK XAVIER AGUIRRE GUANZON
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE
89.20
6
BRIAN ANTHONY LIBAN GUMIRAN
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN
89.00
ALVIN LLAGUNO NAAG
DARAGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
89.00
ROSELYN AMORA OYAGON
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
89.00
GENE ALEXIS UY VIZCARRA
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN
89.00
7
LUWALHATI MILLANA NASOL
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES-DAVAO CITY
88.80
8
ENA MARIE MAGALLANES SARMIENTO
CATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY - VIRAC
88.40
9
ANGELO PASCUAL ANGELES
HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY
88.20
JOSEPHINE CELOSO ELVAS
FILAMER CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
88.20
RUTH JOY ELEC MAGNO
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN
88.20
TESSA NICKAELA SAN FELIPE NOORA
ATENEO DE NAGA UNIVERSITY
88.20
JOSEPHINE JARDIN ROMERO
PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-MANILA
88.20
10
ARVEE PABLO BUCARILE
CAGAYAN STATE UNIVERSITY-ANDREWS CAMPUS(TUG)
88.00
ARTHUR ENRACA GUAPO
CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY (DON SEVERINO AGR'L. COLL.)
88.00
MARIEL AMORA YBAÑEZ
CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE)
88.00

Top 10 Passers for August 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) Elementary Level

Here is the full list of Top 10 passers for the August 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) Elementary Level:


1
NORALYN FERNANDEZ SACOCODATA CENTER COLLEGE OF THE PHILIPPINES-LAOAG CITY
89.40
2
BAYANI NIÑEL ESCOTONUNIVERSITY OF SOUTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES-TAGUM
89.20
3
QUENNIE KLAIRE AVILA ELLIUNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE
88.80
JACQUELINE BORONG PONOUNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
88.80
4
ETHYL MAE CABALLERO ALAGOSWEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ
88.60
JANICE GENTILE ALISONUNIVERSITY OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL-RECOLETOS
88.60
AIMAE REUYAN BALBUENAUNIVERSITY OF CEBU IN LAPULAPU & MANDAUE
88.60
5
GEE RIANNE BRIZO PITOGOCEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE)
88.40
MICHRI DEVE TELO TAPAOPHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-MANILA
88.40
SHARAMAE VELASCO TUIBEOCATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY - VIRAC
88.40
6
JEERA BELARMINO DELOS ANGELESATENEO DE NAGA UNIVERSITY
88.20
ARNIE ALANO ROVELO JRPHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-LOPEZ
88.20
7
NEIRA ASENJO CAMINCEUNIVERSITY OF ILOILO
88.00
JASMIN GAMATA CRISMOUNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN
88.00
MARIAN TERESA ROSETEUNIVERSITY OF ASIA & THE PACIFIC-PASIG
88.00
HAROLD GALDONES WATTANGUNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES-VIGAN
88.00
8
JOANNE CABARLES BARCELONIAUNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
87.80
CHRISTOPHER CONTRERASWESTERN MINDANAO STATE U-ZAMBOANGA CITY
87.80
MA JANE GALLAZA DELFINWEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LAMBUNAO
87.80
JERRY DE LA CRUZ DUCAYPHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-CADIZ CITY
87.80
ELLAINE JOY MARTIREZ HABLAHARRIS MEMORIAL COLLEGE-TAYTAY
87.80
EDMAR MALSI PAGUIRIGANUNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES-VIGAN
87.80
ALJEM NEGRO TUBIGONJOSEFINA H. CERILLES STATE COLLEGE-SUMINOT
87.80
9
PAUL EMERSON SALINAS ALMONTEROUNIVERSITY OF BOHOL
87.60
BARBILOU QUIPANES LABIALCAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE
87.60
MARIA RINA BULILAN LAZOCEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE)
87.60
MICHELLE VILLAR MALAPOBICOL UNIVERSITY-POLANGUI
87.60

JONEL PADUA MEDINAWESTERN MINDANAO STATE U-ZAMBOANGA CITY
87.60
CRISCEL PAR MOSTAZABICOL UNIVERSITY-DARAGA
87.60
IVY DANCEL ROSETEMARIANO MARCOS STATE UNIVERSITY-LAOAG-COLL. OF EDUCATION
87.60
ADELEINE VALENCIA RUBIOCATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY - VIRAC
87.60
RICHTELLE PAULEENE ANDRADA SILVAUNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
87.60
10
RHOSHELL SIRINGAN ACEBEDOCAGAYAN STATE UNIVERSITY-ANDREWS CAMPUS(TUG)
87.40
DAN ANGELO DE LEON BAGADIONGBALIWAG POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE-BALIUAG, BULACAN
87.40
ERWIN MENDOZA CAPONPONSOUTHERN LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY-TIAONG
87.40
CHARISMA LAUREN CARRILLO DELA CRUZUNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN
87.40
HANNA CAASI GALEBENGUET STATE UNIVERSITY-LA TRINIDAD
87.40
ROSSINNI GECALE JUBAILUNIVERSITY OF SOUTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES-DAVAO CITY
87.40
GELLIE ANN SOLARES LOMAADATENEO DE NAGA UNIVERSITY
87.40
PATRICK DACLAN NICOLASSORSOGON STATE COLLEGE-SORSOGON
87.40
ANNA MARIE TIMTIM NIEVESPHILIPPINE ADVENT COLLEGE, INC.
87.40
ELMA BARREDO PANTILAGANCARLOS A. HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE-TALISAY
87.40
CRIS VALDEZ REGALABATAAN PENINSULA STATE U-MAIN CAMPUS(FOR BNSAT)
87.40
CARELEA FLORES RIMORINCOLEGIO DE DAGUPAN (for.COMPUTRONIX COLL)
87.40
CATHERINE BURTON SALESBICOL UNIVERSITY-DARAGA
87.40
CHARMAINE SESNO TALAGTAGBICOL UNIVERSITY-DARAGA
87.40
SARAH MAE MANALO VELASQUEZPHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY-MANILA
87.40

August 2014 LET Results: Teachers Board Exam List of Passers (Elementary Level)

August 2014 LET Results Elementary Level. The August 2014 LET Results also known as August 2014 Licensure Exam for Teachers was released today. The Teachers Board Exam was given by the Professional Regulatory Board for Professional Teachers in Manila and all PRC offices all over the country.

The PRC and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) announced that 25,301 elementary teachers out of 70,786 examinees (35.74%) and 26,767 secondary teachers out of 77,803 examinees (34.40%) successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (L.E.T.) given last August 17, 2014 in Hong Kong and 24 testing centersall over the Philippines. It is further announced that of the 25,301 elementary teacher passers, 21,649 are first timers and 3,652 are repeaters. For the secondary teachers, 23,820 passers are first timers and 2,947 are repeaters.

Complete list of passers:

August 2014 LET Results: Teachers Board Exam List of Passers (Secondary Level)

August 2014 LET Results Secondary Level. The results of the Philippines 2014 Licensure Exam for Teachers, LET, was released today. The Teachers Board Exam was given by the Professional Regulatory Board for Professional Teachers in Manila and all PRC offices all over the country.

PRC and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) announced that 25,301 elementary teachers out of 70,786 examinees (35.74%) and 26,767 secondary teachers out of 77,803 examinees (34.40%) successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (L.E.T.) given last August 17, 2014 in Hong Kong and 24 testing centersall over the Philippines. It is further announced that of the 25,301 elementary teacher passers, 21,649 are first timers and 3,652 are repeaters. For the secondary teachers, 23,820 passers are first timers and 2,947 are repeaters.

Complete list of passers:

01 August 2014

Carolinians Dominate The July 2014 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination Results Top 10

See below the list of the successful examinees who garnered the top 10 places in the July 2014 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination. Carolinians ruled!

1 ROMMEL RHINO CATUDIO EDUSMA ASIAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION COLLEGE 94.57

2 JOANNA MARIE LIM BARROZO SAN BEDA COLLEGE OF ALABANG,INC.(ST.BENEDICT COLL) 93.43

3 RAY HAMODI BALAGBIS NGALOT UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 92.43

4 ORVILE PERDON RABINO ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES 92.00

5 JOSCEL BARRIO DELOS CIELOS XAVIER UNIVERSITY 91.57

6 JAMAICA PEREZ ENGLIS UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 91.43

7 KEN LESTER TANTIADO GUILLEN POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MAIN-STA. MESA 91.29
DANN KARLO ALFARO MANZANO SAN BEDA COLLEGE 91.29

8 EROS DELA ROSA HERRERA SAN BEDA COLLEGE OF ALABANG,INC.(ST.BENEDICT COLL) 91.14
THOMAS ZACHARY PINEDA SARIGUMBA UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 91.14

9 JO-ANN HERRERA MERCADO POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-STO. TOMAS 90.86

10 LYNDON GIGANTO ASIS SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 90.43
ADRIAN CAGUETE ENRIQUEZ SAN BEDA COLLEGE 90.43

18 July 2014

USC Announcement: No class on July 29, 2014 (Tuesday)

Carolinians, read this! The University of San Carlos, Cebu declared a "No class" on July 29, 2014 (Tuesday).

15 July 2014

Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Statement on Catholic Schools and K-12 Program

In 2016, higher education institutions (HEIs), our colleges and universities, will have no freshmen.  In that year, the students who complete four years of high school move on to senior high school, following any of the tracks presently open to them, only one of which leads to university or college-level education.  The debate on whether we should adopt the K to 12 scheme is behind us.  We have accepted it, but we must now cope with the challenges that it has engendered.

Obviously, the most pressing problem has to do with our Catholic educators -- both academic and non-academic partners -- who will have no students to attend to in the first year of higher education, for the first year of the implementation of K to 12, and then for the first two years, in the second year of the scheme's implementation.

Labor Law, of course, makes available the options of the redundancy and retrenchment provisions, provided legal conditions are complied with.

But charity is a law for Catholic schools that takes precedence over all human law, for its origin is the very reason that our Catholic schools exist -- the Lord Jesus.  Turning away many of the faithful co-workers we have had who have been loyal to our schools and to the local Church for all these years is a most unwelcome prospect, and we dissuade our Catholic school administrators from finding recourse in these provisions of law all too easily.
We urge the trustees of our Catholic school corporations and school officials to be creative.  We strongly exhort our school administrators to provide opportunities for the re-tooling and re-training of our instructors and professors in tertiary education to be able to handle subjects in the academic track of senior high school.  Our Catholic school teachers and instructors should not be left to their own devices.  Our priests who serve on positions of school directorship, must, in all charity and solicitude, aid them so that they may continue as our partners in the apostolate of Catholic education.

Consequently, we also urge that our existing Catholic colleges apply, where deemed feasible and appropriate, to operate senior high school. Since most of our diocesan colleges also offer secondary school education, this should not be a problem.  And in the design of the curriculum for the additional years of high school, we direct that Catholic schools keep ever in mind the raison d'etre of our Catholic schools: evangelization and formation.

In this respect, whatever the purposes of the government might be -- many of which are laudable -- our Catholic schools cannot excuse themselves from the responsibility of tailoring curricula to fulfill their mandate of evangelization and formation by slavish adherence to model curricula.

I also appeal to our Catholic school teachers, instructors and professors.  It is a problem commonly confronted by our school administrators that many teachers seek employment in our Catholic schools while waiting for more lucrative offers from higher-paying institutions.  We exhort graduates of teacher education courses who qualify themselves to teach by passing the requisite licensure examinations not only to be committed to service, but to take to heart -- and as the prime motive for applying with Catholic schools -- the command of the Last Supper: to love with such an unconditional love that we can wash each other's feet.

By accepting appointment and engagement with our Catholic schools, a Catholic teacher is given the opportunity to truly serve God's people, especially the young.  This should not, however, lull our school administrators into complacency about the legitimate needs of our Catholic school employees.  The Catholic school must be person oriented and mission driven

We must also remind the government that since our Catholic schools provide the education that the State is mandated by the Constitution to provide, the Church in fact provides service to the State. It is not unreasonable to declare that the assistance to private schools from the State must not be given grudgingly, but should be generous as our Catholic schools have been generous in helping build the nation.

The Church's roster of saints gives us innumerable examples of men and women, gifted by God with incisive minds, capacious intellects and also generous hearts who, responding to the Spirit, made of their lives an oblation through a life-long dedication to Catholic education.

The Catholic educator who chooses to continue serving even when material rewards may not be hefty are assured by God's Word of the abundant harvests of the Spirit.

From the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, Manila, June 26, 2014

+ SOCRATES VILLEGAS, D.D.
Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan
President, CBCP