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Licensure Examination For Teachers (LET) September 2015

Monday, November 30, 2015 / No Comments
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The result of the September 2015 Licensure Examination for
Teachers (LET) has been released.


68,442 examinees took the Elementary Teachers exam but only
21,461 passed.


Click here to view the names of those who passed.


        Read: Topnotchers Elementary Level


Two Elementary Level Examinees Tied for 1st Place. They are
1. Paulo Icaranom Bernardino of Catanduanes State University.
   He has a rating of 87.20%
2. Pauline Joviene Dizon Quiazon of Angeles University Foundation.
   She has a rating of 87.20%.


UST is the No.1 school in the elementary level. Out of its 132
examinees, only 5 failed. It has a passing percentage of 96.21%.


UST is also the No.1 school in the secondary level. Out of its
177 examinees, only 9 failed. It has a passing percentage of
94.92%.


81,463 examinees took the Secondary Teachers exam but only
34,010 passed.


Click here to view the names of those who passed.


        Read: Topnotchers Secondary Level


Eula Mae Carlos Busbus of University of Mindanao in Davao City
is the secondary level exam 1st placer. She has a rating of
90.20%.


Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification
Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on
December 7, 2015.


The requirements for the issuance of Certificate of Registration
and Professional Identification Card (ID) are the following:
1. Duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
2. Latest Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)
3. 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background
    and complete name tag)
4. Metered documentary stamp for the Oath Form
5. The Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration
    Fee of P450 for 2015-2018.


Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the
Roster of Registered Professionals.


The dates and venues for the oath taking ceremonies of the new
successful examinees in the said examination will be announced
later.

Christmas Bonus: Not All Employees Will Get It

Friday, November 27, 2015 / No Comments
christmas bonus

Christmas day is coming in less than 30 days from now and as
usual, every employee is looking forward to that yearly
Christmas bonus given by the employer.


One day, I am with a couple of friends talking about what we
will do with our Christmas bonus and one of our friend said
that we are very lucky to receive one and he does not.


I asked why? he answered, because it has been like that for
a long time.


I wondered why there are some companies that do not give
Christmas bonuses.


I asked somebody from our personnel department why some
employees do not receive a Christmas bonus.


He explained that not all employees are qualified to receive
a Christmas bonus. There is no law mandatorily requiring an
employer to pay a Christmas bonus but there is a law called
13th month pay law that requires employer to pay their
employees not later that December 24 of each year.


But even then, he explained, there are certain instances
when an employer is exempt from paying the 13th month pay
and they are the following:


Exempted Employers

1. The Government and any of its political subdivisions,
    including government-owned and controlled corporations,
    except those corporations operating essentially as private
    subsidiaries of the Government;


2. Employers already paying their employees a 13th month
    pay or more in a calendar year or its equivalent at the time
    of this issuance:


          Its Equivalent : includes Christmas bonus, mid-year
          bonus, cash bonuses and other payments amounting to not
          less than 1/12 of the basic salary but shall NOT INCLUDE
          cash and stock dividends, cost of living allowances and all
          other allowances regularly enjoyed by the employee as
          well a non-monetary benefits.


3. Employers of household helpers and persons in the personal
    service of another relation to such workers and;


4. Employers of those who are paid on purely commission,
    boundary or task basis and those who are paid a fixed
    amount for performing specific work, except where the
    workers are paid on piece-rate basis in which case the
    employer shall grant the required 13th month pay to such
    workers.


We are very lucky indeed that in addition to our 13th month
pay, we also receive a Christmas bonus equivalent to half our
monthly salary.


A Christmas Bonus is a money given in addition to an employee's
usual compensation.


It may be given as a gratuity, as an act of liberality. But a
Christmas bonus is demandable as a matter of right if it is made
a legal obligation by law or in a collective bargaining agreement
or in a contract of employment or by its having been given for
such a long time such that the receipt of a bonus has ripened
into a right.


When I came to work with my company, Christmas bonus is already
given yearly so it might be a result of a collective bargaining
agreement or perhaps it has been given by my company for a very
long time even before I came to work that it has ripened into
a right.

Criminologist Board Exam Result October 2015

Thursday, November 26, 2015 / No Comments
criminologist board exam result

The result of the October 2015 Criminologist Board Examination
has been released.


Click here to view the names of those who passed.


29,591 examinees took the exam but only 9,671 passed.


Chervin Loewe Bihag Navilla of Philippine College of Criminology
is the Criminology Board Exam 1st Placer. He has a rating of
92.80%.


482 Criminology Schools participated in the examination.


University of the Cordilleras is the No.1 Criminology School.
Out of its 69 examinees, only 4 failed. It has a passing
percentage of 94.20%.


Top Performing Schools in the October 2015 Criminologist
Board Exam
1. University of the Cordilleras 94.20%
2. King's College of the Philippines Inc.-Benguet 91.07%
3. Southern Leyte State University-Sogod 90%
4. Ifugao State University-Lamut 88.89%
5. Universidad de Manila 82.52%


Criminology Board Exam Topnotchers


1st Placer  - Chervin Loewe Bihag Navilla 92.80%
                     Philippine College of Criminology


2nd Placer  - Nino Aguilar Apale 92%
                     University of Mindanao - Tagum


3rd Placer  - Ayo Wayne Lugtu 90.95%
                     Philippine College of Criminology


4th Placer  - Lune Fernandez Alcalde 90.55%
                     Polytechnic College of Davao Del Sur


5th Placer  - Eric Guzman Dalisay 90.25%
                     Philippine College of Criminology


6th Placer  - Jeanette Pontinez Limen 89.90%
                     Nuevo Zamboanga College Inc.- Zamboanga City


7th Placer  - Stephanie Mae Bibat Domingo 89.85%
                     University of the Cordilleras


8th Placer  - Raff Sienes Dela Pena 89.75%
                     University of Mindanao - Tagum


9th Placer  - Joperson Gregorio Pablo 89.65%
                     Sultan Kudarat State University

10th Placer - Mikee De Luna Dela Cruz 89.60%
                      Our Lady of Fatima University - Valenzuela


The Board of Criminology Gave the Exam in the ff: Places
1. Manila
2. Antique
3. Baguio
4. Cagayan de Oro
5. Cebu
6. Davao
7. Iloilo
8. Legazpi
9. Lucena
10.Pagadian
11.Palawan
12.Pangasinan
13.Tacloban
14.Tuguegarao
15. Zamboanga


The members of the Board of Criminology who gave the licensure
examination are
1. Hon. Ramil G. Gabao, Chairman
2. Hon. George O. Fernandez, Member
3. Hon. Ruben A. Sta. Teresa, Member



Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification
Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on January 4,
5, 6 and 7, 2016.


Those who will register are required to bring the following:
1. Duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
2. Current Community Tax Certificate (cedula)
3. 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background
   and complete name tag)
4. 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope
   with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration
   Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2016-2019.


Successful examinees should personally register and sign in
the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new
successful examinees in the said examination will be announced
later.