A Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) graduate of Negros Oriental State University (NORSU), Mario Erosedo placed 10th in the Registered Master Electrician Licensure Examination (RMELE) last April 24.
Erosedo obtained an 81 percent passing rate, putting him on the 10th spot of the board examination. With him is another NORSU–RMELE passer, Reinhold Jek Abing.
Sought for his reaction on the recent examination, Erosedo said that the result surprised him a lot and he never anticipated in topping the exam. According to him, with added prayers and patience in reviewing, nothing is impossible in obtaining a satisfactory outcome.
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College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) Dean Josef Vill Villanueva congratulated Erosedo and Abing for the name they have brought to their college. He added that he was glad with the two passers for inspiring students to excel in their field of endeavor.
“There were those who topped the Master Electrician Exam before, and I am glad that my students continued doing it,” Villanueva disclosed.
Third year BSEE student Charess Villalva said, “His [Erosedo] five-year stay in CEA was all worth it.”
Another junior BSEE student, Gladys Marie Morales, commended Erosedo’s satisfying mark in the exam. She said, “I was never regretful upon choosing my course for I know our instructors are molding us well to become successful engineers in the future…it shows on the number of passers CEA gains every year.”
“Engr. Erosedo brought NORSU’s name into fame,” said fourth year Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering student Armand Paul Mangubat. For Bethlyn Joy Pagasian, another senior BSEE student, the result will motivate and inspire her and other students to study harder. Pagasian related that CEA’s instructors are really employing their best skills to train students and future topnotchers.
The Professional Regulation Commission announced that 690 registered master electrician passed out of 1,953 RMELE takers.