News - May 2011
New Batch of Engineers for Adamson University
Date Posted: May 11, 2011 at 03:50:49 AM
The results for the recent licensure examinations in chemical engineering, electronics and communications engineering, electrical engineering, and certification examinations in industrial engineering have been released, producing a new batch of professional engineers for Adamson University. The licensure examinations were conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) while the IE certification exam was conducted by the Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers (PIIE).
Two graduates achieved top spots in the chemical engineering licensure exam given on april. Kenneth M. Soriano achieved the fourth highest score of 81.30% while Julie Anne Mae E. Vanta registered 80.40%, making her the sixth highest passer.
The other successful chemical engineers are:
Oathtaking for the new chemical engineers will be on May 27 at the Manila Hotel.
The licensure examination for Registered Electrical Engineers (REE) and Registered Master Electricians (RME) were also conducted in April where 14 graduates passed the REE exams and nine passed the RME exams. The passing rate for the REEs is at 41.18%.
The new REEs are:
Oathtaking for the REEs and RMEs is on June 4 at the SMX Convention Center.
There are 38 new electronics engineers and three new electronics and communications technicians for Adamson University as the results of the April licensure exams have been released. The passing rate for electronics engineers is at 46.34%, higher than the national passing rate of 44.96%.
The new electronics engineers are:
The new electronics and communications technicians are:
The new engineers and technicians will take their oath on May 17 at the SMX Convention Center.
The Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers (PIIE) conducted the second certification exams in November last year and released the results on February 18. Two Adamsonians, Jose Benjamin Sendon and Aubrey Rosagaso, passed the exam. They were among the 40 successful examinees. Sendon also landed in the top ten at sixth place with a grade of 75.95%. The oathtaking for the new CIEs took place last March 11 at the Waterfront Hotel in Lahug, Cebu City.