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News - October 2011

Adamsonian grabs 7th place in board exam; new MEs post high passing rate

Date Posted: Oct 22, 2011 at 02:09:30 AM


Thirty-three out of 45 Adamsonians successfully hurdled the licensure examination for mechanical engineers conducted by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) last September 28 and 29, with results being released two days after the last day of exam.



Newly-minted engineer Kazuniko S. Furukawa put Adamson University into the honor roll by getting the seventh highest score of 91.75% in the exam. Furukawa was a former student assistant and later a scholar of Fluor Daniel Inc., an international engineering, construction, and procurement company with operations in the Philippines.



The other successful mechanical engineers were:

 

Engr. Leo Christopher A. Abasolo
Engr. Jay Jordan C. Aranzado
Engr. Tom Patrick M. Arnuco
Engr. John Mark J. Batang
Engr. Kerbyn N. Bico
Engr. Chester James S. Cabezas
Engr. Jayson H. Calixhan
Engr. Paul Vincent S. Capiral
Engr. Jardenillo O. Catedral Jr.
Engr. Jayrard F. Coroña
Engr. Marc Laurenz R. Cucio
Engr. Zachary Manuel G. Dealca
Engr. Vincent Ernest C. Dizon
Engr. Dave E. Edejer
Engr. Allan Jay D. Enriquez
Engr. Jerrico L. Guansing
Engr. Ace Gabriel R. Hernandez
Engr. Alvin P. Jamora
Engr. Carlo Roberto A. Javier
Engr. Silvester Q. Lumba
Engr. Bryan P. Macato
Engr. Ramon Fernan D. Macayaon
Engr. Abdi E. Matienzo
Engr. Orhlan Rei F. Mazo
Engr. Aram E. Oblefias
Engr. Luke John F. Paragas
Engr. Jobaden I. Paral
Engr. Geno N. Pascual
Engr. Jose Rex G. Razon
Engr. Shernan I. Sacramento
Engr. P-Wee M. Santos
Engr. Jed Maynard B. Servida

 

The first-takers registered an 82.41% passing rate while the overall passing rate for Adamson was 73.33%. The oath-taking ceremonies will be announced by the PRC later.