The College hailed the 29 takers who all passed the December 2014 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination. Out of 8,128 takers nationwide, only 4,021 passed, resulting to a 49.48 percent national passing rate.
The College surpassed the national passing rate by 102 percent having achieved above and beyond the 49.48 percent mark.
The 29 new Civil Engineers include Ben John Angcoy, Andrea Atanacio, Janna Rose Atienza, Evatricia Belnas, Audie Castronuevo, Romel Comares, Rupert Jones Dagohoy, Danice Jun Dalioan, Edilberto De La Cruz, Jr., Sunshine Donato, Asher Entrealgo, Shelane Española, Freah May Flores, Milky Lameres, Liz Louise, Felipe Mata, Jr., Candy Lou Mendoza, Mary Joy Moran, Desire Osorio, Rojen Padasas, Ma. Lea Mae Palma, Bernardo Rasimo, Jr., Kirsty Remorosa, Sheena Marie Sarmiento, Toni Grace Sunico, John Raymund Tanuga, Herneil Tuya, Manelyn Villaflor, and John Brian Windam.
With Civil Engineering as a high yield course, the passers are entitled to receive a cash incentive pursuant to Board of Trustees (BOT) Resolution No. 413 Series of 2008.
CE has achieved another impressive feat, following previous 100 percent passing rates in the years 2008 and 2009, likewise producing Top 2 and Top 4 in 2008.
This success would not have been possible if not for the support of the Dean of the College of Industrial Technology, Dr. Antonio Deraja, and the Supervision of Engr. Jun-jun Marquez, Engr. Michael Fortoon, Engr. Roy Gerona, other faculty members of CE, and the program Chair Engr. Grace Gerona.
As a tradition, the CE faculty and students are known to hold prayer rallies before the board examinations, alongside all the preparations during the review.
Evidently, such practice coupled with the physical and mental preparations for the board examinations has boosted the confidence and the inner peace of the graduates, and has inspired them to prove to the whole country that indeed Green CHMSC Excels.