Central Philippine University

By Primi Jun Haresco, BACOMM 4- Centralian Link Intern

In a remarkable achievement, a cohort of newly minted Centralian Electrical Engineers has emerged victorious in the recent licensure exams published on May 2, 2024, by the PRC Board. The list of successful candidates includes:
– Engr. Allen Jefe S. Allado
– Engr. John Dexter D. Alonsagay
– Engr. Andrei Jun A. Bacad
– Engr. Julius L. Bacera
– Engr. Christian B. Bajon
– Engr. Judde Rhick Louise L. Belgira
– Engr. Norlene N. Calubiran
– Engr. Kinneth John M. Ceballos
– Engr. Lorence Anthony S. Consorte
– Engr. Lissele May M. David
– Engr. Grant Adrian E. Escaner
– Engr. Frank Eisley R. Galera
– Engr. Charles D. Hontanar
– Engr. Jed Louise B. Ledesma
– Engr. Gian Carla C. Nicolas
– Engr. Jonie Louise J. Ochenta
– Engr. Xavier P. Pamotillo
– Engr. Dwight P. Pardilla
– Engr. Marian G. Ragmac
– Engr. Ma. Leni Grace L. Retos
– Engr. Brian Eric D. Solina
– Engr. Anthony L. Valencia
– Engr. Kristoffer Alex E. Yap

The Central Philippine University (CPU) boasts an impressive first-time taker passing percentage of 88.46%, with 23 out of 26 candidates succeeding. This achievement surpasses the national first-time taker passing percentage, which stands at 70.09%.

Furthermore, when considering overall performance, CPU maintains its excellence with an overall passing percentage of 85.19%, with 23 out of 27 candidates succeeding. This outshines the national overall passing percentage of 63.64%, reaffirming CPU’s commitment to academic excellence.

The College of Engineering extends its heartfelt congratulations to the successful candidates, acknowledging their hard work and dedication. With their newfound credentials, these engineers are poised to turn their innovative ideas into tangible realities, furthering the advancement of the field and contributing to societal progress.

This outstanding accomplishment not only reflects the caliber of education provided by CPU but also underscores the determination and brilliance of the Centralian engineers. Their success serves as an inspiration to current and future students, motivating them to strive for excellence in their academic pursuits.