Electrical Engineers Exams' Results Out

MANILA, Philippines - The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Friday announced that 723 out of 1,655 Registered Electrical Engineers and 690 out of 1,953 Registered Master Electricians successfully passed the Electrical Engineer Licensure Examinations given by the Board of Electrical Engineering in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Legazpi in April 2012.

The members of the Board of Electrical Engineering who gave the licensure examinations are Engr. Fortunato C. Leynes, Chairman; Engr. Jaime V. Mendoza and Engr. Francis V. Mapile, Members.

Successful examinees who garnered the 10 highest places in the Registered Electrical Engineer Licensure Examination are:

1) Adonis Emmanuel Dela Cruz Tio, University Of The Philippines-Diliman, 91.10, Jan Vincent Tapia Torres, University Of The Philippines-Diliman, 91.10; 2) Junclar Orillo Curit, Cebu Institute Of Technology, 90.65; 3)Chiliast Bote Juan, University Of The Philippines-Los Baños, 90.30; 4) Reymond Geronimo Canico Ciupan, Technological University Of The Philippines-Manila, 90.15; 5) Marjon Gabatan Gimpayan, University Of Cebu In Lapulapu & Mandaue, 89.85; 6) Ephraim Reodica Labrador, University Of The Philippines-Los Baños, 89.35, Nolan Endaya Matuba, Sorsogon State College-Sorsogon, 89.35; 7) Anthony Caballero Amistoso, Cebu Institute Of Technology, 88.85, Rafael Tandang Monastrial, Technological University Of The Philippines-Manila, 88.85; 8) Julito Bentillo Añora Jr, Cebu Institute Of Technology, 88.75; 9) Domingo Engracio Padilla Mabunay, University Of The Philippines-Los Baños, 88.35, Webbe Mahinay Villacarlos, Cebu Institute Of Technology, 88.35; 10) Reyman Jan Mueda Evangelista, Sorsogon State College-Sorsogon, 88.10.

Successful examinees who garnered the 10 highest places in the Registered Master Electrician Licensure Examination are:

1. Arlou June Delfin Gomez, Carlos A. Hilado Memorial State College-Talisay, 87.50;

2. Igmidio Guzman Ganagana Jr, Lyceum of the Philippines University-Manila, 86.50;

3. Rey Mark Marcial Dalanon, Bicol University-Legazpi, 85.00;

Florante Cahilog Humangup Jr, Camiguin Polytechnic State College, 85.00;

4. Precious King Poldo Somoray, University Of Eastern Philippines-Catarman, 84.50;

5. Leonardo Sales Castro Jr, Bohol Island State University (For.Cvscaft)-Tagbilaran, 83.50;

Dan Ivan Gaspar Lacdan, Technological University of the Philippines-Manila, 83.50;

Rommel Onan Ruadil, Marikina Institute Of Science & Technology, 83.50;

6. Lito Tan Cerdeña Jr, University Of Eastern Philippines-Catarman, 83.00;

7. Kristian Jayson Reyes Bautista, Technological University Of The Philippines-Cavite, 82.50;

Ramon Zafra De Jesus, Mapua Institute Of Technology-Manila, 82.50;

Bryan Seguera Humandos, Bohol Island State University (For.Cvscaft)-Tagbilaran, 82.50;

Nico-Mar Madronero Jolo, Sorsogon State College-Sorsogon, 82.50;

Alfredo Kalvin Llaneta Jose, State College-Sorsogon, 82.50;

8. Gerald Cumpio Cuysona, Cebu State College Of Science & Technology System(For.Csat), 82.00;

Alexander Fajardo Mendoza, Technical School, 82.00;

9. Arnulfo Obrero Hegina, Camarines Norte State College-Daet, 81.50;

Rocky Pay-Oen Kibad, Secondary School, 81.50;

Robie Christopher Niere No-Ay, Cebu Institute Of Technology, 81.50;

Rodrigo Mantabote Tambis, University Of Bohol, 81.50;

10Ariel Agnol Alvear, Secondary School, 81.00;

Joshua Moses Binamira Baldo, Divine Word College Of Legazpi, 81.00;

Mark Deon Sanchez Calupig, Secondary School, 81.00;

Raul Raras Camba, Cagayan State University-Tuguegarao, 81.00;

Mario Sim Erosedo, Negros Oriental State University (Cvpc)-Dumaguete, 81.00

Davidson Tinio Escobido, Saint Joseph Institute Of Technology, 81.00;

Darwin Rapista Guimay, Cagayan State University-Tuguegarao, 81.00;

Angelie Casimsiman Romblon, Sorsogon State College-Sorsogon, 81.00

On the Board of Electrical Engineering who conducted the Technical Evaluation are Engr. Fortunato C. Leynes, Chairman; Engr. Jaime V. Mendoza and Engr. Francis V. Mapile, Members.

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