1,684 New Electronics Engineers

Written By Lorna on Sunday, November 6, 2011 | 2:30 PM


Manila Bulletin, the leading newspaper in the Philippines  posted the top ten electronics engineers and top five  electronics technicians in the November 6, 2011 issue. According to the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) 1,684 out 4,568 passed the Electronics Engineer Licensure Examination, and 58 out of 108 passed the Electronics Technician Licensure Examination given by the Board of Electronics Engineering in the cities of Manila, Cebu, and Davao last month.

TOP  10 ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS:
  1. Paulo Jessie Ramos Morales; University of the Philippines-Diliman-94.60%
  2. Marie Therese Singzon Romano; Mapua Institute of Technology-Manila-94.30%
  3. Ryan Tobesa Villamor; Adamson University-93.90%
  4. Nixon Albert Estacio Ramos; Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Main Sta. Mesa, 92.10%
  5. John Ray Navea Villaceran; University of Saint La Salle-92.00%
  6. Janelle Panis Esconde, Saint Louis University-91.90%
  7. Jonel Dela Cruz De Leon; Bulacan State University(For:Bcat)-Malolos-91.70%; Joseph Sandoval Rivera, University of Saint La Salle-91.70%
  8. Marc Stephen Dolot Ocampo; University of the Philippines-Diliman-91.60%
  9. John Ryan Dinglasan Regalario; Technological Institute of the Philippines-Manila-91.50%
  10. Evrhoy Dejapa Coja; Technological University of the Philippines-Visayas-91.40%

      TOP 5 ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS:
  1. Joshua Bustamante Ancheta, Technological Institute of the Philippines-Manila-86.00%
  2. Reyman Manlangit Reyes; Feati University-83.00%
  3. Christian Agana Austria; Mapua Institute of Technology-Manila-82.00% Dennis Carlo Diaz Briones, Mapua Institute of Technology-Manila-82.00%
  4. Proles Joseph Bernardino De Castro; De la Salle Uiversity-Lipa-81.00%; Alvin Alester Landicho Dela Cruz, Bicol University Ind'l Tech. (Bucit)-Legazpi-81.00%
  5. Jonathan Mirabel Pagtalunan; Bulacan State University (For Bcat.) Malolos-80.00%
The members of the Board of Electronics Engineering are Engr. Sylvia Icasiano-Marcelo,chairman and Engr. Joel B. Bajador, member.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on November 9,2011 until November 15,2011. 

Requirements for for registration:
  1. Duly accomplished Oath Form or "Panunumpa n Propesyonal"
  2. Current Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)
  3. Two (2)  passport-sized picture (colored with white background & complete nametag)
  4. One (1) 1"x1" picture   (colored with white background & complete nametag)
  5. Two (2) metered documentary stamps
  6. One (1) short brown envelope with name and profession
Registration Fees:
  1. Initial Registration Fee- P600.00
  2. Annual Registration Fee -P450.00 (for 2011-2014)
Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The complete list will be published in the November 7, 2011 issue of the Manila Bulletin.

Source: Manila Bulletin