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News - May 2012

New electrical and chemical engineers for Adamson in April 2012 exams

Date Posted: May 23, 2012 at 04:20:53 PM


The results of the licensure examinations for electrical and chemical engineers given by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) this April have been released and a total of 27 Adamsonians passed the exams—ten for electrical engineering and 17 for chemical engineering.

 

The new electrical engineers are:

Albiso, Hans Bryan V.

Dumlao, Kenny C.

Buen, Ronald Allan A.

Juliano, Arnel M.

Lara, David Ian P.

Lubigan, Glomarrie M.

Marinay, John Edilbert V.

Nabong, Welbert J.

Perez, Carl Joseph P.

Sulleza, Jun Mark S.

 

They were among the 723 successful passers out of 1,655 examinees. The licensure exam for registered master electricians were also conducted on the same schedule, where 690 passed out of 1,953 examinees.

 

The new chemical engineers are:

Barias, Kim Marie M.

Bunquin, Mayden M.

Cudiamat, James Robin R.

De Guzman, Rachelle V.

Dionisio, Raymund Kenneth M.

Gendrano, Christian Glenn G.

Jardinico, Nikki P.

Jose, Jeffrey Q.

Ladores, Hero Jun A.

Mamorno, Leanna B.

Michaca, Zed M.

Napera, Jasmine Joyce T.

Ranas, Rogelyn Carol C.

Rivero, John Philip S.

Samson, Rosalie M.

Tayabas, Albert T.

Vedad, Jamela D.

 

The chemical engineers gave Adamson University a 65.38% passing rate, well above the national passing rate of 51.96%. They were also among the 199 passers out of 383 examinees.

 

The oathtaking of the new engineers will be scheduled by the PRC at a later date.