Wednesday, 20 June 2012

CEA produces licensed engineers, topnotcher

By Jela Mae Ruales

The Negros Oriental State University–College of Engineering and Architecture (NORSU–CEA) produced a new set of passers during the April and May Electronics and Communications Engineer Licensure Examination (ECELE), Electrical Engineer Licensure Examinations (EELE), Civil Engineer Licensure Examination (CELE) and a 10th placer in the Registered Master Electrician Licensure Examination (RMELE).

The successful ECELE passers were Melvin Belnas, Mark Jaed Bendijo, Roderick Indab, May Joy Leonora, and Karole Joseph Torres. Meanwhile, the CELE passers were Ernie Diputado, Kristoffer Gantalao, Celestina Ojano, and Lemalyn Ragasa. Moreover, Reinhold Jek Abing and Mario Erosedo were the EELE passers.

Of the six examinees who took the April ECELE, five of them passed, giving NORSU an 83.33 percent passing rate as compared to the 53.55 percent national passing rate set by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). Meanwhile, two out of three EELE takers passed, mustering a 66.67 percent passing rate as compared to the 43.87 national passing rate.

On the other hand, four of the seven takers of the May CELE passed, obtaining a 57.14 percent passing percentage as compared to the 34.07 national passing rate.

In a related development, Erosedo placed 10th in the RMELE after gaining an 81 percent passing rate. (See related article.)

CEA Dean Josef Vill Villanueva shared that he is very happy with the results of the examinations because the marks only prove that they are still able to produce passers and a topnotcher in the national examinations. The dean also commended the success of the teachings in their college. “Our faculties are giving their best in providing our students with quality education,” he said.

John Kevin Racabal, a graduating Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE) student said, “We are so proud of them! They will become an inspiration to the rest of us.”

Furthermore, senior BSECE student Lili Andrea Piñero shared that she is proud with the result. She believed that their college will continue to produce more batches of licensed engineers especially that they are now equipped with modernized tools and competent instructors.

The different examinations were done in the different testing centers in the Philippines.

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