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Physical Therapist Board Exam Result October 2014

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Physical Therapist (Middle East)
Board Exam Result October 2014







The Result of the October 2014 Physical Therapist (Middle East)
Board Examination held in Doha, Qatar has been released.

Out of 5 examinees, only 2 passed. They are
1. Joyce Mae Tolentino Amparo
2. Rhoel Santos Diocson

Four (4) Physical Therapist School participated in the exam.
1. Ago Medical and Educational Center - Bicol Christian College of Med.
2. Liceo De Cagayan University
3. Our Lady of Fatima University - Valenzuela
4. Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation - San Carlos City, Pangasinan

Two (2) of the above mentioned schools have a 0% passing percentage.
One school has a 50% passing percentage.

Liceo De Cagayan's lone examinee passed.

Police Personnel and Records Management Reviewer

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Police Personnel and Records Management
Definition of Terms







Attrition - refers to the retirement or separation from the police
service of PNP uniformed personnel pursuant to any of the means
mentioned in RA 8551.

      Means of Attrition
      1. Attrition by attainment of maximum tenure in position
         a. Chief PNP - 4 years
         b. PNP Deputy Chief for Operation - 4 years
         c. PNP Deputy chief for Administration - 4 years
         d. PNP Chief of the Directorial Staff - 4 years
         e. Regional Directors - 6 years
         f. Provincial directors - 9 years
         g. City Directors - 9 years
         h. Other positions higher than provincial director shall have
            the maximum tenure of 6 years.
      2. Attrition by Relief
         A PNP member who has been relieved for cause and has not been
         given an assignment within 2 years from the effective date of
         such relief shall be retired or separated.
      3. Attrition by Demotion in Position
         A PNP member who has been relieved and assigned to a position
         lower than what is established for his/her rank in the PNP
         staffing pattern and who shall not be assigned to a position
         commensurate to such rank despite the existence of a vacancy
         within 18 months after his/her demotion in position shall be
         retired or separated.
      4. Attrition by Non-Promotion
         A PNP member who has not been promoted for a continuous period
         of 10 years shall be retired or separated.
      5. Attrition by Other Means - a PNP member with at least 5 years
         of accumulated active service shall be separated based on any
         of the following grounds:
         a. Inefficiency based on poor performance during the last 2
            successive annual rating periods.
         b. Inefficiency based on poor performance for 3 cumulative
            annual ratings.
         c. Physical and/or mental incapacity to perform police
            functions and duties
         d. Failure to pass the required entrance examination twice
            and/or finish the required career courses except for
            justifiable reasons.
         e. Refusal to take a periodic PNP Physical fitness test
            without justifiable reason.
         f. Failure to take PNP physical fitness test for 4 consecutive
            periodic tests due to health reasons.
         g. Failure to pass PNP physical fitness test for 2 consecutive
            periodic tests or 4 cumulative periodic tests.
         h. Non-Compliance with the minimum qualification standards for
            the permanency of original appointment.

Attrition in Action - refers to the action containing the findings
and evidence on a specific means of attrition filed by a particular
screening committee before the concerned attrition board.

Authority - Managers must be able to give orders. Authority gives them
this right. Note that responsibility arises wherever authority is
exercised.

Budgeting - with all that goes with budgeting in the form of planning,
accounting and control.

Centralization - Centralization refers to the degree to which
subordinates are involved in decision making. Whether decision making
is centralized (to management) or decentralized (to subordinates) is
a question of proper proportion. The task is to find the optimum degree
of centralization for each situation.

Coordinating - that is the all important duty of interrelating the
various parts of the work.

Demotion in Position - refers to the designation of a personnel to a
position lower than what is established for his/her rank or not
commensurate to his/her rank in the PNP table of organization.

Directing - that is the continuous task of making decisions and
embodying them in specific and general orders and instructions and
serving as the leader of the enterprise.

Discipline - Employees must obey and respect the rules that govern the
organisation. Good discipline is the result of effective leadership,
a clear understanding between management and workers regarding the
organisation's rules, and the judicious use of penalties for infractions
of the rules.

      Discipline - the practice of training people to obey rules or a
      code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience.

Division of labor - Authority and responsibility are clearly defined
and officially sanctioned. Job descriptions are specified with
responsibilities and line of authority. All employees have thus
clearly defined rules in a system of authority and subordination.

Division of Work - This principle is the same as Adam Smith's
division of labour. Specialization increases output by making employees
more efficient.

Equity - Managers should be kind and fair to their subordinates.

Esprit de corps - Promoting team spirit will build harmony and unity
within the organisation.

Field Training Program - refers to the training required to make the
temporary appointment of a new PNP member permanent.

Formal hierarchical structure - An organization is organized into a
hierarchy of authority and follows a clear chain of command. The
hierarchical structure effectively delineates the lines of authority
and the subordination of the lower levels to the upper levels of the
hierarchical structure.

Grievance - a wrong considered as grounds for complaint, or something
believed to cause distress.

Immediate Supervisor - refers to a person authorized to make the
performance evaluation rating of a PNP member.

Initiative - Employees who are allowed to originate and carry out plans
will exert high levels of effort.

Just Cause - refers to the legal grounds that would warrant the relief
or removal of a PNP member from his present position and designation
in the PNP organization.

Management by rules - A bureaucracy follows a consistent set of rules
that control the functions of the organization. Management controls
the lower levels of the organization's hierarchy by applying established
rules in a consistent and predictable manner.

Managers are salaried officials - A manager is a salaried official
and does own the administered unit. All elements of a bureaucracy are
defined with clearly defined roles and responsibilities and are managed
by trained and experienced specialists.

Mandatory Career Courses - refers to the required training for a PNP
member to be eligible for promotion to the next higher rank.

Max Weber - As a German academic, Weber was primarily interested in
the reasons behind the employees’ actions and in why people who work
in an organization accept the authority of their superiors and comply
with the rules of the organization.

Maximum Tenure of Position - is the maximum cumulative period for a
PNP member to hold a particular position level.

Mental Incapacity - is a condition where a PNP member is unable to
exercise his/her reasoning faculties or incapable of understanding and
acting with discernment his/her duties and responsibilities as a result
of illness or injury as may be determined by the PNP medical screening
committee.

Non-Promotion - refers to the non advancement to the next higher rank
or position beyond the maximum prescribed period.

Order - People and materials should be in the right place at the
right time.

Organic Personnel To A Unit - is a PNP member assigned to a particular
unit covered with appropriate PNP assignment orders.

Original Appointment - refers to the appointment for the initial entry
of PNP member to the uniformed service who meets all the requirements
of the position.

Organizing - that is the establishment of the formal structure of
authority through which work subdivisions are arranged, defined, and
coordinated for the defined objective.

Pendency of an Attrition Action - refers to the stage when the
endorsement of the PRO regional director or the NSU director of a
PCO Attrition action has been officially received by the concerned
NHQ PCO attrition board through the NHQ screening committee report
of a PNCO  attrition action has been officially received by the NHQ/
PRO/NSU attrition board.

Personnel Action on Attrition - is an action filed before the screening
committee based on a verified statement of an alleged means of
attrition by an initiating person.

Personnel Administration - Recruitment, induction, placement, transfer,
promotion, salary administration of Police personnel.

Personnel hired on grounds of technical competence - Appointment to
a position within the organization is made on the grounds of technical
competence. Work is assigned based on the experience and competence
of the individual.

Personnel Programs - refers to the activities programmed to implement
the organization philosophy or creed and the personnel philosophy of
central managers in relation to people so as to accomplish organizational
objectives.

Planning - that is working out in broad outline the things that need
to be done and the methods for doing them to accomplish the purpose
set for the enterprise.

Police Appraisal or Performance Rating - is the evaluation of the
traits, behavior and effectiveness of a police officer on the job as
determined by work standards.

Police Compensation - Financial compensation in the form of wages of
salaries constitutes the largest single expenditure for most
organizations. In Metropolitan Manila and other urban centers, wages of
salaries represent the sole source to meet the basic needs of food,
clothing and shelter.

Police Personnel Management - (Human Resources Management) may be
defined as that area of management concerned with human relations in
the police organization.

Police Personnel Planning – is a study of the labor supply of jobs,
which are composed with the demands for employees in an organization
to determine future personnel requirements, which either increase or
decrease.

Police Placement - is the process of making police officers adjusted
and knowledgeable in a new job and or working environment.

Police Recruitment - is the process of encouraging police applicant
from outside an organization to seek employment in an organization.

      Recruitment - refers to the overall process of attracting,
      selecting and appointing suitable candidates for jobs within
      an organisation, either permanent or temporary.

Police Selections (screening) - is the process of determining the
most qualified police applicant for a given position in the police
organization.

Police Training and Development – refers to any method used to improve
the attitude, knowledge, and skill or behavior pattern of an employee
for adequate performance of a given job.

Promotion - is the advancement of an employee's rank or position in
an organizational hierarchy system.

      Promotion - means shifting of an employee to a higher position
      carrying higher responsibilities, facilities, status and salaries.

Physical Fitness Test - the method of evaluating the physical condition
of PNP members in terms of stamina, strength, speed and agility.

Physical Incapacity - the inability of a PNP member to perform his/her
duties and responsibilities due to physical defect as a result if
disease or injury as may be determined by the PNP medical screening
committee.

Poor Performance - is the poor rating in the promulgated PNP
performance evaluation rating system.

Remuneration - Workers must be paid a fair wage for their services.

Reporting - that is keeping those to whom the executive is responsible
informed as to what is going on, which thus includes keeping himself
and his subordinates informed through records, research, and inspection.

Respondent - refers to the PNP member subjected to attrition proceedings.

Retirement - the termination of employment and official relations of a
PNP member who rendered at least 20 years of active service in the
government with payment of corresponding benefits.

Scalar Chain - The line of authority from top management to the lowest
ranks represents the scalar chain. Communications should follow this
chain. However, if following the chain creates delays,
cross-communications can be allowed if agreed to by all parties and
superiors are kept informed.

Second Level PCO Ranks - refers to police commissioned officers below
the third level ranks in the PNP.

Second Level PCNO Ranks - refers to all rank for police non
commissioned officers.

Separation - is the termination of employment and official relations
of a PNP member who rendered less than 20 years of active service in
the government with payment of corresponding benefits.

Stability of tenure of personnel - High employee turnover is
inefficient. Management should provide orderly personnel planning and
ensure that replacements are available to fill vacancies.

Staffing - that is the whole personnel function of bringing in and
training the staff and maintaining favorable conditions of work.

Subordination of individual interests to the general interest - The
interests of any one employee or group of employees should not take
precedence over the interests of the organisation as a whole.

Third Level PCO Ranks - refers to police commissioned officers with
the rank of Police Senior Superintendent and higher.

Total Permanent Physical Disability - is any impairment of the body
which renders PNP member indefinitely incapable of substantially
performing the mandated duties and functions of his position.

Transfer - refers to a change in job assignment.

Unity of Command - Every employee should receive orders from only one
superior.

Unity of Direction - Each group of organisational activities that have
the same objective should be directed by one manager using one plan.

Waiver Program - refers to the waiver of the minimum age, height,
weight and educational requirements for the initial appointment to
the PNP pursuant to existing laws and policies.

      Waiver - the act of choosing not to use or require something
      that you are allowed to have or that is usually required.

Welfare - the health, happiness, and fortunes of a person or group.

Written documents - All decisions, rules and actions taken by the
organization are formulated and recorded in writing. Written documents
ensure that there is continuity of the organization’s policies and
procedures.



Licensure Examination For Teachers LET August 2014

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Licensure Examination For Teachers Board Exam Result
August 2014


        Read: September 2015 LET Result

The Result of the August 2014 LET Licensure Examination for teachers has
been released.


Click here for the complete names of those who passed the Elementary
Level.


Click here for the complete names of those who passed the Secondary
Level.


70,786 examinees took the elementary teachers exam but only 25,301
passed.


77,803 examinees took the secondary teachers exam but only 26,767
passed.


1,313 Schools participated in the board exam for elementary teachers.


1,779 Schools participated in the board exam for secondary teachers.


The Following are the Top Performing Schools in the August 2014 LET 
Licensure Examination for Teachers, Elementary Level.
1.  University of Santo Tomas
       Total Number of Examinees - 140
       Number of those who passed - 138
       Passing percentage - 98.57%

             RICHTELLE PAULEENE ANDRADA SILVA - 9th Placer

2.  PUP - Main, Sta. Mesa
       Total Number of Examinees - 68
       Number of those who passed - 66
       Passing percentage - 97.06%
3.  West Visayas State University - La Paz
       Total Number of Examinees - 208
       Number of those who passed - 200
       Passing percentage - 96.15%

             ETHYL MAE CABALLERO ALAGOS - 4th Placer

4.  Bohol Island State University - Tagbilaran
       Total Number of Examinees - 76
       Number of those who passed - 72
       Passing percentage - 94.74%
5.  Saint Louis University - Baguio City
       Total Number of Examinees - 52
       Number of those who passed - 49
       Passing percentage - 94.23%
6.  Xavier University
       Total Number of Examinees - 116
       Number of those who passed - 108
       Passing percentage - 93.10%
7.  Philippine Normal University (PNU) - Manila
       Total Number of Examinees - 294
       Number of those who passed - 270
       Passing percentage - 91.84%

             MICHRI DEVE TELO TAPAO - 5th Placer
             SARAH MAE MANALO VELASQUEZ - 10th Placer

8.  Cebu Technological University - Argao
       Total Number of Examinees - 62
       Number of those who passed - 55
       Passing percentage - 88.71%
9.  University of Southeastern Philippines - Tagum
       Total Number of Examinees - 104
       Number of those who passed - 89
       Passing percentage - 85.58%

             BAYANI NIÑEL ESCOTON - 2nd Placer

10. North Luzon Philippine State College - candon
       Total Number of Examinees - 61
       Number of those who passed - 52
       Passing percentage - 85.25%

11. Mindanao State University - Iligan
       Total Number of Examinees - 78
       Number of those who passed - 63
       Passing percentage - 80.77%
12. Limay Polytechnic College
       Total Number of Examinees - 51
       Number of those who passed - 41
       Passing percentage - 80.39%
13. Cebu Normal University 
       Total Number of Examinees - 368
       Number of those who passed - 295
       Passing percentage - 80.16%

             GEE RIANNE BRIZO PITOGO - 5th Placer
             MARIA RINA BULILAN LAZO - 9th Placer


The Following are the Top Performing Schools in the August 2014
Licensure Examination for Teachers, Secondary Level.
1.  University of the Philippines - Diliman
          Total Number of Examinees - 72
          Number of those who passed - 67
          Passing Percentage - 93.06%

                BRIAN ANTHONY LIBAN GUMIRAN - 6th Placer
                GENE ALEXIS UY VIZCARRA - 6th Placer
                RUTH JOY ELEC MAGNO - 9th Placer

2.  University of Santo Tomas
          Total Number of Examinees - 150
          Number of those who passed - 134
          Passing Percentage - 89.33%
3.  Philippine Normal University (PNU) - Agusan
          Total Number of Examinees - 194
          Number of those who passed - 172
          Passing Percentage - 88.66%
4.  Philippine Normal University (PNU) - Manila
          Total Number of Examinees - 738
          Number of those who passed - 650
          Passing Percentage - 88.08%

                JOSEPHINE JARDIN ROMERO - 9th Placer

5.  City College of Calamba
          Total Number of Examinees - 82
          Number of those who passed - 72
          Passing Percentage - 87.80%
6.  Xavier University
          Total Number of Examinees - 107
          Number of those who passed - 93
          Passing Percentage - 86.92%
7.  Saint Louis University - Baguio City
          Total Number of Examinees - 217
          Number of those who passed - 186
          Passing Percentage - 85.71%

                ROSELYN AMORA OYAGON - 6th Placer

8.  University of Saint La Salle
          Total Number of Examinees - 86
          Number of those who passed - 69
          Passing Percentage - 80.23%

                MARK XAVIER AGUIRRE GUANZON - 5th Placer

9.  Taguig City University
          Total Number of Examinees - 50
          Number of those who passed - 40
          Passing Percentage - 80%
   

Criminology Board Exam Reviewer Question Answer

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Criminology Board Exam Reviewer Question and Answer


1.  PNP mandatory retirement age is
      A. 56
      B. 66
      C. 55
      D. 60

            Read: Criminology Board Exam Reviewer

2.  The Highest award given to PNP members.
      A. Medalya ng Katapatan
      B. Medalya ng Karunungan
      C. Medalya ng Kagitingan
      D. Medalya ng Kabayanihan

3.  Cold Weather Clothing allowance is usually given to PNP members
    assigned in
      A. Baguio City and Tagaytay City
      B. Rizal Province and Cordillera
      C. Cordillera and Davao
      D. Baguio City and Davao

4.  Optional retirement in the PNP is upon the accumulation of how
    many years of satisfatory service?
      A. 15 Years
      B. 20 Years
      C. 25 Years
      D. 30 Years

            Read: LEA Sample Board Exam Questions

5.  The Year night watch was formed in Boston.
      A. 1638
      B. 1700
      C. 1833
      D. 1905

6.  The Rattle watch in New York was formed in what year?
      A. 1658
      B. 1700
      C. 1856
      D. 1905

7.  The Advent of a daytime police with pay
      A. 1772
      B. 1800
      C. 1833
      D. 1856

8.  The Texas Rangers were organized in what year?
      A. 1658
      B. 1658
      C. 1856
      D. 1835

9.  In England, They were assistants to the constables and walked the
    streets removing vagrants.
      A. Thief Takers
      B. Beadies
      C. Food Pad
      D. Constables

10. In old England, Private citizens with no official status were paid
    by the King for every criminal they arrested, they are called
      A. Thief Takers
      B. Beadies
      C. Food Pad
      D. Constables

11. The Major role of the thief takers in old England was to combat
    what crime, committed by highwaymen?
      A. Thief
      B. Highway Robbery
      C. Prostitution
      D. Vagrancy

12. It means Food Pad
      A. Street Robber
      B. Street Dancer
      C. Beggar
      D. Prostitutes

13. He was credited for laying the foundation for the first modern
    police force.
      A. Patrick Colquhoun
      B. Sir Robert Peel
      C. John Howard
      D. Henry Fielding

14. A London Magistrate, he established a small publicly financed
    special river or marine police.
      A. Patrick Colquhoun
      B. Sir Robert Peel
      C. Kohn Howard
      D. Henry Fielding

15. In England, the first river or marine police was established in
    what year?
      A. 1798
      B. 1898
      C. 1698
      D. 1598

16. Among his major contributions are the following: a. the hiring
    of accountants and lawyers as FBI special agents b. Introduction
    of the FBI uniform crime reporting c. Development of the National
    crime info. center and d. Development of the FBI most wanted
    criminal
      A. August Volmer
      B. John Edgar Hoover
      C. Robert Peels
      D. Henry Fielding

17. Procedures intended to be used in all situations of all kinds
    shall be outlined as a guide to officers and members in the field.
      A. Field Procedure
      B. Headquarters Procedure
      C. Special Operating Procedure
      D. None of the Above

18. Included in these procedures are the duties of the dispatcher,
    jailer, matron, and other personnel concerned which may be reflected
    in the duty manual.
      A. Field Procedure
      B. Headquarters Procedure
      C. Special Operating procedure
      D. None of the Above

19. Plans relating to patrol distribution, crime investigation,
    traffic operation and vice control.
      A. Operational Plan
      B. Administrative Plan
      C. Strategic Plan
      D. Tactical Plan

20. The Board of Examiners for Criminology was created in what year/
      A. July 1, 1972
      B. June 1, 1972
      C. July 1, 1974
      D. June 1, 1974



Answer:
1.    A
2.    C
3.    C
4.    B
5.    A
6.    A
7.    C
8.    D
9.    B
10   A
11.  B
12.  A
13.  D
14.  A
15.  A
16.  B
17.  A
18.  B
19.  A
20.  A

Registered Master Electrician Board Exam Result Middle East

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Registered Master Electrician  Board Exam Result Middle East
October 2014


The result of the October 2014 Special Registered Master Electrician
Board Exam Middle East has been released.

Read: Registered Master Electrician Board Exam Resut September 2015

202 took the exam but only 88 passed.

112 Schools participated in the Examination.

The Following has the most number of examinees
1. Vocational School - 22 examinees
2. Technical School - 14 examinees
3. Secondary School - 9 examinees
4. Rizal Technological University - 4 examinees

The Following are the names of those who successfully passed.
1.  ABALOYAN, HILARIO JR QUIMINALES
2.  ABLOLA, RICARDO LABARENTO
3.  ABUTANMO, LUIS ROVENTA
4.  ADARAYAN, GRECHKODAN CARFEL DECASTRO
5.  ADERES, ISABELO CEBREROS
6.  AGUILAR, EDWIN OCAMPO
7.  AGUSTIN, MEYNARDO TIMBAL
8.  ANDIT, THOMMY SILADES
9.  ANDRES, JOMAR UBIÑA
10. AVILES, ROMMELLASTIMOSA
11. BAGASOL, REYNALDO SACUPASO
12. BALDERAS, ROGER TONDO
13. BANAGA, FLORANTE FRANCIS SANTOS
14. BONGON, FERDINAND CANETE
15. BUNGCARAS, RONNINO MAYOR
16. BURLAZA, ELMER GALURAN
17. CAJAYON, JOSEPH ALDAVE
18. CALINAO, JENNEFER DIBALUCOS
19. CAMANGA, JESUS CRUZ
20. CASELA, ROY VELASCO
21. CASTAÑARES, TITO TIMBAL
22. DACLES, ARVIN AGUILLON

23. DAOS, RICARDO JR ADRIANO - 3rd Placer
    University of Santo Tomas

24. DELA RAMA, ROMARDINE MAS
25. DENTE, NORIE GLEPONIO
26. DESCALLAR, PHILIP BAGAYAS
27. DULAY, JEOMER NOBOG
28. ECHON, EDWARD ANDILLO
29. EDEM, ROMEL MATIGA
30. EGUIA, RONALD VERZOSA
31. ESTRELLA, ELIZALDE ALDAYA
32. FARRALES, PAUL LUIGI ALLEGA
33. FRONTRERAS, VITALIANO JR MARIMON
34. GAMUZA, CELESTINO NACIONAL
35. GEOLIGAO, RUEL LUMASAG
36. GOMEZ, DEGIO BALAJADIA
37. HALCON, CONCISOJR GEOCA
38. JOVEN, INOCENCIO JR MALUBAY
39. JUNTONG, VISITACIO LAGNAS
40. LACANDAZO, AL CATALLA
41. LAPUZ, JAYSON SABANAL
42. LAZO, RENANTE ESCARIO
43. LLABRES, CEZAR ELINON
44. LOMONGO, JEROME PATERES
45. LOPEZ, ELIAS JR ESPINASE
46. LOTA, MARK CZAR ALAN
47. LUBGUBAN, JEY OTIC

48. MALAZARTE, ARWIN COLON - 4th Placer
    Leyte Institute of Technology - Ormoc Campus

49. MARIANO, RUSTICOII GONZALES
50. MARTILLAN, MICHAEL MODELOZO
51. MARTIN, MARTIN MIRANDA
52. MONIENO, NOEL PAJARES
53. NABO, BASIL LIBOT
54. NABO, JOBERT LIBOT
55. NIÑO, VICTORINO PAGBILAO
56. NOCOS, RICHARD BERNADO
57. OBAOB, AQUILINO JR GARCIANO
58. ONZA, DONNIE DELA CRUZ
59. OPIS, BERNARDO LAURISTA
60. OTAYDE, BONIFACIO JR CABRERA
61. PAGAYUNAN, MARLOU ANDAYA
62. PALOMAR, SHERWIN PALMA
63. PEDREGOSA, KENNY GAYUMA
64. PESCADERO, GERALDO BAGAYPO
65. PESCASIO, ROMY ÑGA-AO
66. PORRAS, RUEL BELARMINO

67. PURAL, RICHARD DE LOS REYES - 1st placer
    Batangas State University - Batangas City (PBMIT) 

68. QUINTO, RONALDO GEBILAGUIN
69. RANESES, RUEL JOSEPH ALIBANGGO
70. RAPOSAS, EDGAR NATOC
71. REYES, SHERWIN ESTACION
72. RICAFRANCA, ANGIELIR VILLARUEL
73. RIVERA, RAYMOND QUINONES
74. ROSAL, ADRIAN BADAYOS
75. SABULARSE, ALAN BAYOS
76. SALANATIN, NORMAN DAGAMI
77. SAMACO, CHESTER DAMOLE
78. SERAFINA, ARWEL VILLARO

79. SITOY, ANTHONY OLIVER BALAGA - 2nd Placer
    Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology

80. SOLVEREZ, ADONES DE LATORE
81. SORIANO, LEONARDO JR DELA CRUZ
82. SUBA, FERNAND LUTICIO
83. TAN, HERMINIGILDO KALUBIRAN
84. TESORO, ASHMOR MANZANO
85. VIDAL, ANDRES CORONACION
86. VILLAROSA, NEIL SAAVEDRA
87. WOMELDA, WARLITO MATALINES
88. YODICO, JUMEDEL BACANG

Electrical Engineer Board Exam Result Middle East

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Electrical Engineer



Special Electrical Engineer 
Board Exam Result Middle East 
October 2014





Update: April 2019 Result

The Result of the Special Electrical Engineer Board Exam Middle East
has been released.



87 examinees took the examination but only 31 passed.

47 Electrical Engineering Schools participated in the examination.

The examination was given by the Board of Electrical Engineering in the following countries;
1. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates;
2. Al-Khobar and Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
3. Doha, Qatar

Technological Institute of the Philippines - Manila has the most number of examinees with 7.

Nueva Ecija University of Science & Technology in Cabanatuan performed the best with a passing percentage of 80%. 3 passed out of 5.

The Following are the complete names of those who passed:

1.  ACOSTA, RONEIL ORIS
2.  ACULA, DOMINGO JALIMAO
3.  ALBARILLO, DENNIS FERNANDEZ
4.  ARCISO, DERICK SOLIBA
5.  BACANAYA, GEIVELYNE RAGNHILD LUCERO
6.  BAÑAGA, FLORANTE FRANCIS SANTOS
7.  BLANCO, JERRY RAMOS
8.  BORRAS, JOHN JR SEE
9.  BRAVO, TEDY PAG TAN
10. CARIT, SIEGFRED VILLALUZ
11. CASTAÑARES, TITO TIMBAL
12. DE LARA, RACQUEL L ABRAZADO
13. DINONG, EDGAR RITIZ
14. GARIANDO, OSMARO GONZALES
15. GOMEZ, RAYMOND DIASANTA
16. ISALES, EDGAR ROSADINO
17. JUMARANG, RICHELIEU COMIA
18. LAPADA, EDILBERTO JR CARVAJAL
19. LAUDIT, ARNEL PADUA
20. LAXA, RYAN LIM
21. MARIANO, RUSTICO II GONZALES
22. PADIN, ERROL PABLITO
23. PALMES, MARWIN CABALLES
24. PALTAO, EDMOND CASTRO
25. POLINA, ALEXANDER TEJADILLO
26. POSTRERO, FRANCISCO JR POCULAN
27. RECAÑA, ERNESTO ILLUT
28. RUIZ, JACKIELOU ESTEBAN
29. SACAY, OLIVER LOPEZ
30. YU, ARVIN VILLALUZ
31. ZAGADO, EDGARDO JR SALVAÑA

Palengkenito

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Palengkenito


Palengkenito Retail Franchise

Palengkenito is a mobile retail store. The store is actually a
Suzuki Van configured as a store selling various kinds of consumer
products which you usually find in a typical grocery and sari-sari
store.

      Read: PC Clinic Computer Franchise

The Suzuki Van is fitted with generator to run the chest freezer
and lighting systems.

For Those interested in this franchise business, you may personally
visit them at Amang Rodriguez St. cor. M.L. Quezon St., Manggahan, 
Pasig City 1611 for any inquiries or

You may call them for any inquiries at Tel: 681-3482 / 682-1515 or

You may send an email at [email protected] or
[email protected]o.com

According to the site franphil.com, the franchise fee, inclusive of
the Suzuki Van and The Supplies is P550,000. But it is better to
call Palengkenito personally at the above cited telephone number
for confirmation as the post in that website was made 7 years ago.

BDO Optimum Savings Account

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BDO Optimum Savings

BDO Optimum Savings Account




BDO Optimum Savings is a BDO Peso Savings Account Product that gets higher interest rates as you build up your deposit balance.

BDO Optimum Savings Account Features
1. Minimum Initial Deposit
   a. Personal - P30,000
   b. Commercial - P50,000
2. Minimum Monthly Average Daily Balance Requirement -
   a. Personal - P30,000
   b. Commercial - P50,000
3. Minimum Monthly Average Daily Balance to earn interest
   a. Personal - P30,000
   b. Commercial - P50,000
4. Withdrawal transaction per month - free of charge up to 3 times a month.

On the 4th and subsequent withdrawals - P110 per withdrawal will be deducted from your account.
     
5. Dormancy Fee - P300

Dormant - When there has been no financial activity for a long period of time, other than posting of interest, an account can be classified as dormant.

BDO Dormancy - dormant if there is no client-initiated transaction within 12 months for checking accounts and within 24 months for savings accounts.


6. Falling below minimum MADB requirement for two (2) consecutive months - A charge of P300 deducted from your account.

7. If You close your account within 30 days from opening date - you will be charge P300

BDO Optimum Savings Account Interest Rate - subject to change, call or visit your preferred BDO Branch for the latest interest rates. The average interest rate for similar products of competing banks are slightly higher than .250% per annum (year)

Rank One Review Center

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Rank One Review Center



Rank One Review Center







Rank One Review Center is a review program created to specifically
cater to the following professions
1. Nursing
2. LET (Licensure Examination for Teachers)
3. Criminology
4. Medical Technology
5. Midwifery
6. PT/OT
7. Psychometrician/Psychologist

Rank One Review Center Location
Manila Branch Office at 2nd Floor Espana Place Bldg. 1139
Adelina St. Sampaloc, Manila.

Rank One Review Center Telephone Number - 02-736-1732
You may also contact them at the following additional Numbers:
      (02) 736 1732
      0917 391 6729
      0932 858 6970

Review Fee
Subject to change, please inquire personally at their
office or call them at their telephone number. A reservation fee
of P2,000 is required which shall form part of the review fee.

As of October 2014, Regular Review Fee are as follows
1. Nursing Board Exam - P13,000
2. Criminology - P7,000
3. LET - P5,500
4. Medical Technology - P9,000
5. Midwifery - P8,000
6. Psychometrician - P10,000
7. PT/OT - P15,000

What will you get from the review?
1. Videos of Lectures
2. Handouts
3. Narrated Power Point
4. Test with Scoring and rationalization


Related Post
1. Quest Review Center in Manila
2. Review Center for Criminology in Cebu

North Central Mindanao College

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North Central Mindanao College



North Central Mindanao College







North Central Mindanao College is an institution of higher learning
located in region X or Northern Mindanao region. It started as a
Technical Vocational School.

The School was established in 1989.

Its exact address is in Prk. Lemon Tree, Maranding, Lala, Lanao Del
Norte 9211.

The Schools telephone number is 063 388-7213.

One of the Courses offered by North Central Mindanao College is
Criminology.

North Central Mindanao College Performance in the last 3 Board Exam
for Criminologists are listed here below.

April 2014 Board Exam Result for Criminologist
      Total Number of Examinees - 32
      Number of those who passed - 15
      Passing Percentage - 46.88%

October 2013 Board Exam Result for Criminologist
      Total Number of Examinees - 32
      Number of those who passed - 10
      Passing Percentage - 31.25%

April 2013 Board Exam Result for Criminologist
      Total Number of Examinees - 25
      Number of those who passed - 8
      Passing Percentage - 32%


University of the Cordilleras Logo

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University of the Cordilleras Logo







What Will You See In The University of the Cordilleras Logo
1. The Name of The School (University of the Cordilleras)
2. The Year it was established (1948)
3. The Rice Terraces
4. The Leaves of the Pine Tree
5. The Torch
6. The Shield

The rice terraces - often called the eighth wonder of the world, is
a symbol of the genius of our race. They show the industry, patience
and skill of the early Filipinos in this part of the highlands where
University of the Cordilleras is situated.

The leaves of the pine tree - an evergreen, denote youth and its
fresh and courageous outlook.

The torch - the classical symbol of learning, means that while
University of the Cordilleras is dedicated to the cultivation of a
distinct Filipino culture, it has profited from the teachings of
other cultures.

The shield - implies that education, the birthright of everyone, is
a protection against the inadequacy, intolerance, and slavery of
the mind.

BDO Philippines Online Banking

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BDO Online Banking



BDO Philippines Online Banking









Signing up for BDO online banking is quick and easy and you can do
this from anywhere in the world.

How To Enroll In BDO Online Banking
1. Go to https://online.bdo.com.ph
2. Click Enroll Now
3. Fill-out the Online Enrollment Form, making sure to put a check
   on the Internet Banking box *, and then click Submit.
4. Take note of your ATM Activation Code in the acknowledgment page
   as you will use this to activate your Internet Banking account
   using your BDO ATM Debit Card
5. Activate your account at any BDO ATM within 45 days. You can also
   enroll in Mobile and/or Phone Banking by putting a check mark in
   their respective boxes.

There is no minimum balance requirements to enroll and use BDO Online.
But the minimum balance requirements for specific bank products still
apply.

What are the Accounts you can enroll in BDO online banking?
1. Savings Account
2. Current Account
3. Time Deposit
4. BDO Consumer Loans
5. Trust Account

Transactions You Can Do In BDO Online Banking
1. Access your accounts 24/7
2. Check your account balances and transactions for the past 3 months
3. Transfer money (Fund Transfer) to any enrolled BDO account
4. Bills Payment
5. Prepaid Mobile Reload
6. Reload BDO Cash Cards
7. Order more checkbooks
8. Perform Stop Payment on issued checks
9. Send money (Wire Transfer) to local or international banks through
   telegraphic transfer

Things You Must Know About Fund Transfer in BDO online banking
1. BDO Online Banking Fund Transfers is free of charge
2. You can only Transfer Money between Peso to Peso Accounts or US
   Dollar to US Dollar Accounts only.

The Following types of accounts can be accesed through 
BDO Online Banking
1. Savings Account (Peso/US Dollar)
2. Current Account (Peso)
3. Time Deposits (Peso/US Dollar)
4. BDO Cash Card
5. BDO Auto, Housing and Personal Loans Accounts
6. BDO Credit Cards
7. Trust Accounts

How To Activate Your BDO online Banking Account?
1. Go to any BDO ATM
2. Press “Other Services” button
3. Select “Activate Electronic Banking”
4. Enter ATM Activation Code then press “Confirm” button
5. Choose receipt option
6. Enter your PIN
7. Get transaction receipt

When Can You start Using BDO online Banking?
      - You may access your account 24 hours from ATM activation.

Things To Remember When Accessing Your BDO Account Online
1. You may use a desktop computer, a tablet, or a netbook.
2. You may use the following browser or its latest version
      a. Internet Explorer 8
      b. Firefox 4.0
      c. Safari 5.0
3. Your Internet connection speed must be at least 256 kbps

BDO Direct Deposit

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BDO Direct Deposit









Direct Deposit is a banking term that describes a deposit of money by
a payer directly into a payee's bank account.

Direct deposits are most commonly made by means of electronic funds
transfers effected using online banking systems, but can also be
effected by the physical deposit of money into the payee's bank account.

BDO has an online banking. Once a member, you can Transfer money or
Fund Transfer to any enrolled BDO account.

You can also Send money (Wire Transfer) to local or international banks
through telegraphic transfer.

BDO online banking will enable you to do secure banking transactions
anywhere in the world anytime.

Signing up for BDO online banking is quick and easy, you can do this
anywhere from the world. Just go there website and click enrol now
and fill up the application form after which wait for a call from
there customer service team. Wait for a confirmation email to activate
your online banking account.

Some Pensioners in the Philippines receive their pensions through
direct deposit via there Direct deposit peso savings account.
a Pensioner can open this type of account with zero (0) initial deposit
but you will be required to maintain a monthly balance of 5,000 to
earn interest which by the way is .25% per annum.

One can open any of the BDO Peso Savings Account and enrol it for online
banking and do direct deposit transactions. Initial deposit requirement
is 5,000 and the minimum monthly average daily balance (ADB) requirement
is 10,000.

Service charge for wire transfer is $10 US dollars (BDO and Local).
$10 US dollars (Foreign). There is no limit as to the amount you can
transfer.

Wire transfer is available only via BDO Internet Banking.

SSS Law Reviewer

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Social Security Act of 1997 (RA 8282)

Salient Features of the SSS Law

Employer - Any person, natural or judicial, domestic or foreign who
carries on in the Philippines any trade, business, industry undertaking
or activity of any kind and uses the services of another person who is
under his orders as regards employer. A self-employed person shall be
both employee and employer at the same time.
      Exempt employer: government and any of its political subdivisions,
      branches and instrumentality, including GOCCs (Government Owned
      and Controlled Corporations.

Beneficiaries:
1. Primary Beneficiaries
         a. Dependent Spouse until remarriage
         b. Dependent Legitimate or Legitimated or Legally Adopted and
            Illegitimate Children
2. Secondary Beneficiaries - Dependent Parents
3. Other Beneficiaries - Absent primary and secondary beneficiaries,
   any other person designated by member as secondary beneficiary.

   As to DEATH BENEFITS, If no beneficiary qualifies under the Act,
   benefits shall be paid to Legal Heirs in accordance with Law
   of Succession.

SSS (Social Security System) Benefits
1. Monthly Pension - minimum pension is 1,200 for members with at
   least ten (10) credited years of service and 2,400 for those with
   twenty (20) credited years of service.
2. Dependents Pension - 10% of the monthly pension or 250 whichever
   is higher. Limit - 4 children
3. Retirement
4. Death
5. Permanent Disability
6. Funeral
7. Sickness
8. Maternity (ONLY 1ST FOUR (4) DELIVERIES OR MISCARRIAGES)

Coverage
1. Compulsory - 1. All employees not over sixty (60) years of age and
                   their employers compulsory coverage of the employer
                   shall take effect on the first day of his operation
                   and that of the employee on the day of his employment
                2. Self-employed employees as may be determined by the
                   Commission under such rules and regulations as it
                   may prescribe, including, but limited to: all
                      a. Self-employed professionals;
                      b. partners and single-proprietors of business;
                      c. actors and actresses, directors,scriptwriters
                         and news correspondents not employees;
                      d. professional athletes, coaches, trainers and
                         jockeys, and
                      e. individual farmers and fishermen; upon their
                          registration with the SSS.
                3. Domestic helpers who are sixty years of age and below
                   with a monthloy income of not less than P1,000 on the
                   date of their employment
                4. individual farmers and fishermen under SS (Social
                   Security) rules and regulations
2. Voluntary -  1. Filipinos recruited by foreign-based employers for
                   employment abroad
                2. Employee separated from employment
                3. Self-employed – realizes no income
                4. Spouse who devotes full time managing household and
                   family affairs unless specifically mandatorily covered
3. By Arrangement - any foreign government, international organization
   or wholly owned instrumentality employing workers in the Philippines
   or employing Filipinos outside the Philippines may enter agreement
   with Philippines for inclusion of such employees in SSS EXCEPT those
   already covered by their respective civil service retirement system.

Exceptions From Coverage
1. Employment purely casual and not for purpose occupation, or business
   employer
2. Service performed on or in connection with alien vessel, if
   employed when such vessel is outside of Philippines
3. Employees of Philippine government or instrumentality or agency
   thereof
4. Service performed in the employee of a foreign government, or
   international organizations, of wholly owned instrumentality employing
   workers in the Philippines or employing Filipinos outside of
   the Philippines
5. Services performed by temporary and other employees excluded by SSS
   regulation; employees of bonafide independent contractors shall not
   be deemed employees of the employer engaging the services of an
   independent contractor

Effective Date of Coverage - Compulsory coverage of the employer shall
take effect on the first day of his operation and that of the employee
on the first day of his employment Provided, That the compulsory
coverage of! the self-employed person shall take effect upon his
registration with the SSS.












Certified Public Accountant Board Exam Result October 2014

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Certified Public Accountant



Certified Public Accountant
Board Exam Result October 2014






Certified Public Accountant Board Examination result has been
released.

Click here for the complete list of those who passed.

The Top Performing School is the University of the Philippines in
Diliman with a passing percentage of 100%.

But the Certified Public Accountant Topnotcher in the person of
Mark Anthony Blanco Tacuboy did not come from UP-Diliman  but came from
the University of Saint Louis in Tuguegarao.

423 Schools participated in the examination.

111 Schools have a passing percentage of Zero (0) percent.

5 Schools have a passing percentage of 100% but aside from UP-Diliman,
Those Schools have 2 or less examinees.

The Following Accountancy School Performed Well In The Examination.

1.  UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINE - DILIMAN 100%
         90 Passed out of 90

               KEVIN PATRICK SY LIM - 2nd Placer
               MIGUEL ALFONSO MORTEL SOLIDUM - 5th Placer
               JOSEL RICHA ANN DIONISIO RIVERA - 7th Placer
               NIGEL WILLIAMSON TAN LEE - 9th Placer

2.  UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS - TUGUEGARAO 86.76%
         59 Passed out of 68 examinees

               MARK ANTHONY BLANCO TACUBOY - 1st Placer
               MC LEIN GUMARO BAGUNU - 4th Placer

3.  DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY - MANILA 90.48%
         38 Passed out of 42 examinees

4.  MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY - ILIGAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 77.78%
         35 passed out of 45 Examinees

5.  UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 75.56%
         34 Passed out of 45 Examinees

6.  CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY 75%
         30 Passed out of 40 Examinees

               ER LOUIE MAGKIDONG BAUYOT - 10th Placer

7.  DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY - DASMARIÑAS  86.49%
         32 Passed out of 37

8.  CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY (DON SEVERINO AGR'L. COLL.) 71.43%
         20 Passed out of 28

9.  NOTRE DAME OF MARBEL UNIVERSITY 90.91%
         20 Passed out of 22 Examinees

10. DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF 104 CALAPAN 94.74%
         18 Passed out of 19 Examinees


The Following are the list of the other Topnotchers

   Reynald Espiritu Tomas - 2nd Placer
   Cagayan State University - Andrews Campus

   Cedrick Sta Elena Zapanta - 3rd placer 
   Asia Pacific College

   Mebielyn Gayo Lloren - 4th Placer
   University of the Cordilleras

   Norizza Toribio Caliging - 6th Placer 
   Saint Louis University

   Gerald Mart Contreras Gatinga - 6th Placer 
   Palawan State University

   Janine Anuat Climacosa - 8th Placer 
   Cavite State University

   John Rey Caluya De Los Santos - 9th Placer 
   Cavite State University

   Adam Llona Dalida - 10th Placer
   PUP - Sta Mesa

   Janelle Pineda Quezada - 10th Placer
   De La Salle University-Dasmarinas






























Primer Cups

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Primer Cups







Primer Cup - A small metal cup, into which the primer mixture
is loaded.

Most primer cups are made of 70/30 cartridge brass. The metal of the
cup must be able to resist the pressure developed when the priming
mixture burns or primer leaks pierced primers and other irregularities
will result. At the same time, the thickness of the primer cup must
be kept within certain limits or the primer will be lacking in
sensitivity.

It is in the interest of the manufacturers to prevent primer cups from
becoming too hard.

Primer cups are usually made of cartridge bass, although copper,
nickel-plated copper or brass, copper alloy and zinc-coated steel cups
are also encountered.

Most metallic primer cups are made of cartridge brass but steel may
also be used.

Primer cups are produced on a cupping press.

After cupping, the parts are tumbled to remove sharp edges at the
open end of the cups. This smooths the cup, making insertion in
cartridge cases easier. Most commercial primer cups are nickel-plated
for corrosion resistance.

Lowest Initial Deposit For Checking Account Philippines

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Checking Account



Checking Account Deposit









The Following Banks Offers The Lowest Initial Deposit
For Checking Account In The Philippines
1.   BDO - 5,000
2.   China Bank - 5,000
3.   DBP - 5,000 (non-interest earning)
                10,000 (interest earning)
4.   Philippine Veterans Bank - 5,000 (Individual Account)
                                                10,000 (Corporate Account)
5.   Robinsons Bank - 5,000 (Individual Account)
6.   Security Bank - 5,000
7.   UCPB - 5,000
8.   BPI (Bank of the Philippine island) - 10,000
9.   Metrobank - Checking Account Initial Deposit - 10,000
10. PNB (Philippine National Bank) - 10,000
11. RCBC (Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation) - 10,000
12. Robinsons Bank Corporation - 5,000 (Individual Account)
                                                       10,000 (Corporate Account)
13. Union bank of the Philippines - 25,000




























Parts of a Primer

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Parts of a Primer








Parts of a Primer
1. Primer Cup - A small metal cup, into which the primer mixture is
   loaded. The capsule that is open to one side, into which the anvil
   and the primer ignition material are inserted.

2. Charge/Primer Compound/Primer Mix/Pellet - serves to ignite
   the main powder charge.

3. Paper Disc - (Foil) acts as a shield for the pellet, protecting
   it from moisture and other disruptive influences that may effect
   performance or reliability.

          Foil Paper (Paper Disc) is placed between the mix and the anvil to
          facilitate assembly.

4. Anvil - the point against which the priming compound is crushed
   to detonate the primer.

                An internal metal component in a boxer primer assembly
                against which the priming mixture is crushed by the firing
                pin blow.

               A metal feature in the primer pocket of a Berdan-primed
               cartridge case, against which the priming compound is
               crushed by the firing pin blow

5. Vent/Flash Hole - allow the flash of the primer to reach the inside
   of the case and ignites the gunpowder.
   The explosive ignites and shoots a flame through the flash hole,
   igniting the propellant to fire the cartridge.

Primer - a metal cup containing primary explosive inserted into a
recess in the center of the base of the cartridge.

Primers are made of a copper or brass alloy cup with a brass anvil and
are filled with an impact-sensitive lead styphnate igniter. The metal
parts of the primer are usually nickel-plated to resist corrosion.

The primer consists of a brass cup, a highly explosive primer charge,
a shellacked paper disk to keep out moisture and a brass anvil with
a pointed end.

Board of Criminology

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Board of Criminology

Board of Criminology, properly called Board of Examiners for Criminologists is a body vested with the authority to administer, to issue, suspend or revoke certificate of registration for the practice of criminology and to administer oaths.

Composition of the Board
1. One (1) Chairman
2. Two (2) Members

Who Appoints the Chairman and members of the board?
 - The President upon the recommendation of the Commissioner of Civil Service with the consent of the Commission on Appointments.

Qualifications of Board Members
1. Natural-born citizens
2. Holders of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Criminology (B.S. Crim.) or Master of Criminology (M. Crim.), conferred by a reputable and legally constituted College or Institute of Criminology recognized by the Government;
3. At least 30 years of age;
4. Registered criminologists with at least 10 years experience in the profession
5. Non-members of the Faculty of any school, college or institute where a regular course in Criminology is taught, nor have any pecuniary interest in such institution
6. Not connected with any government agency which operate an academy, training school or institute for the education or training of peace officers or law enforcement agents.

Term of Office - 3 years

Who is the executive officer of the Board?
- Commissioner of Civil Service who shall conduct the examination given by the Board.

Who Is the Secretary of The Board?
- The Secretary of all the Boards of Examiners appointed under RA 546 shall also be the Secretary of the Board of Examiners for Criminologist.

Removal of Members of the Board of criminology - Grounds:
1. Neglect of Duty
2. Unprofessional or Dishonorable Conduct

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6506 is the law which created the Board of Criminology. The Board of Examiners for Criminology was created on July 1, 1972.

1987 - the year the first Board was constituted.

Who Are The Members of the First Board of Criminology?
1. Dr. Sixto O. de Leon as Chairman
2. Atty. Virgilio B. Andres as Member
3. Jaime S. Navarro as Member

The members of the Board of Criminology who gave the December 2018 licensure examination are:
  1. Hon. Ramil G. Gabao, Chairman; 
  2. Hon. George O. Fernandez and 
  3. Hon. Ruben A. Sta. Teresa, Members.

Professional Criminologists Association of the Philippines (PCAP)
- is the accredited professional organization for criminologists in the country. The Association coordinates with the PRC and the Board of Criminology in helping promote the profession.

PCAP was accredited by PRC on March 25, 1990.


Related Pages:
1. Criminology Board Exam Reviewer
2. Introduction to Criminology

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Maternity Leave SSS

Maternity leave is the period of absence from work granted to a
mother before and after the birth of her child.

SSS Maternity Leave Benefits
1. Daily cash allowance
2. Leave from work

Who are entitled to maternity leave?
1. Female employee
2. Voluntary member - (separated from work)
3. Self-employed member

How long will the daily cash allowance be paid?
1. 60 days for normal delivery
2. 78 days for caesarean section delivery

Limitations in the Grant of maternity benefits
1. 5th deliveries or miscarriages are no longer paid. Only the first
   4 deliveries or miscarriages are paid.
2. A female member cannot claim for sickness benefit  when she has
   been paid the maternity benefit.

Requirements before the grant of maternity leave benefit
1. Must have paid at least 3 monthly contributions within the 12-month
   period immediately preceding the semester of her childbirth or
   miscarriage.
2. Must have given notification to:a. Employer - if employed
                                   b. SSS - if separated from work
                                   c. SSS - if self-employed
3. Notification must be given of the fact of pregnancy and the
   probable date of her childbirth at least 60 days from the date of
   conception.
4. Submit proof of pregnancy

Note: Failure to observe the rule on notification may result to 
the denial of the maternity claim.

How will the claimant female employee be paid?
1. She is paid directly by the SSS
2. She is paid by the employer in advance if employed, within 30 days
   from the date of filing of the maternity leave application. The
   SSS will then reimburse the employer upon receipt of proof of
   payment.

If you are interested to know how maternity leave benefit cash
allowance is computed, click this link

       
Related Pages:
1. SSS Paternity Leave Benefits
2. SSS Maternity Leave and Paternity Leave Illustrative Case                              
                                 

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Active Security Measures 
1. Physical Barriers
2. Security lighting
3. Vaults
4. Locks

      Passive Security Measures
      1.Those that will deter man from committing such act for fear
        of being caught charged in court or get dismissed
      2.Security education programs, investigation, fire prevention
        seminars, personal security checks.

Company Guard Force – (CGF) a security force maintained and operated
by any private company/corporation utilizing any of its employees to
watch, secure or guard its business establishment premises, compound
or properties.

Duty Detail Order - is a written order/schedule issued by a superior
officer usually the private security agency/branch manager or
operations officer assigning the performance of private
security/detective services duties.

Factors that Bring About Unsecured Conditions
1. Threats - an activity that could lead to a loss.
2. Hazards - a condition that could lead to a loss.
3. Vulnerability - a weakness that can be used to gain access to
   an asset.
4. Risk - a potential loss or damage to an asset.

Government Guard Unit – (GGU) a security unit maintained and operated
by any government entity other than military or police, which is
established and maintained for the purpose of securing the office or
compound and/or extension of such government entity.

Government Security Personnel – shall be natural persons which include
government security guards, detectives, security consultants and
security officers except those of the AFP, PNP, or BJMP  rendering or
performing security and/or detective services as employed by
government entities.

License to Exercise Profession – shall mean any document issued by
the Chief, PNP or his duly authorized representative recognizing a
person to be qualified to perform his duties as private security or
training personnel.

License to Operate – (LTO) is a License Certificate document, issued
by the Chief, Philippine National Police or his duly authorized
representative, authorizing a person to engage in employing security
guard or detective, or a juridical person to establish, engage, direct,
manage or operate an individual or a private detective agency or
private security agency/company security force after payment of the
prescribed dues or fees.

      Note:New applicants for license to operate shall be required
      to obtain a minimum capitalization of one million pesos
      (P1,000,000.00) with a minimum bank deposit of five hundred
      thousand (P500, 000.00) pesos in order to start its business
      operation.

      No regular license shall be granted to any private security
      agency unless it has a minimum of two hundred (200) licensed
      private security personnel under its employ.

      No regular license shall be granted to any company guard force
      or private detective agency unless it has a minimum of thirty
      (30) licensed private security personnel under its employ.

      The maximum number of private security personnel that a
      PSA/CGF/PDA may employ shall be one thousand (1000).

PADPAO – Philippine Association of Detective and Protective Agency
Operators. Is an association of all licensed security agencies and
company security forces in the Philippines.

Person - shall include not only natural persons but also juridical
persons such as corporation, partnership, company or association duly
registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Physical Barrier -  any structure or physical device capable of
restricting, deterring, delaying, illegal access to an installation.

PNP - Philippine National Police, under the DILG, organized pursuant
to the provision of RA 6975 otherwise known as the National Police
Act of 1991. The PNP shall exercise general supervision over
the operators of all security agencies and guards.

Powers and Duties of a Security Guard
1. To watch and secure the property of the client. Service shall
   not extend beyond the property or compound of client.

         Exception:
         1. Escort duties
         2. Hot pursuit of criminal offenders

2. Security Guard and Private Detective have no police authority.

Private Detective - is any person who does detective work for hire,
reward or commission, other than members of the Armed Forces of the
Philippines, guards of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology,
municipal or city jail guards, and members of the Philippine National
Police or of any other law enforcement agency of the government.

      Qualifications of a Private Detective
      1. Must be a Filipino citizen
      2. Must be a high school graduate
      3. Must be physically and mentally fit
      4. Must not be less than 21 nor more than 50 years of age
      5. Must be at least 5 feet and 4 inches in height
      6. Must not be suffering from any of the ff: disqualifications
               a. Dishonorably discharged or separated from the AFP
               b. Mental incompetent
               c. Addicted to the use of narcotic drug or drugs
               d. Habitual drunkard
      7. Must not be convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude
 
Private Detective Agency - is any person, who, for hire or reward or
on commission, conducts or carries on or holds himself or itself out
as conducting or carrying on a detective agency, or detective service.

      Notes:
      1. All person used in a private detective work must be licensed
      2. All person employed solely for clerical or manual work need
         no private detective license.
      3. License (LTO) shall be displayed at all times in a conspicuous
         and suitable place in the agency office or headquarters of
         the agency and shall be exhibited at the request of any person
         whose jurisdiction is in relation with the business of the
         agency or the employees thereof, or of the Chief of the PNP
         or his duly authorized representative or any peace officer.
      4. The PNP shall exercise general supervision over the operation
         of all private detective and privated detective agency.

         The rules above applies to a Private Security Agency.

Private Security Guard - (watchman) shall include any person who
offers or renders personal service to watch or secure either a
residence, business establishment, or buildings, compounds, areas,
or property, inspects/monitors bodily checks/searches individuals
and/or baggage and other forms of security inspection, physically/
manually or scientifically electronic, including but not limited to,
logging concessions and agricultural, mining or pasture lands,
transportation, for hire or compensation , or as an employee thereof,
including any employee of the national or local governments or
agencies or instrumentality’s thereof and or government owned or
controlled firm or corporations who is employed to watch or secure
government buildings, compounds, premises and other properties, other
than members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, guards of the
Bureau of Jail management and Penology, Municipal or City jail
guards, and members of the Philippine National Police or of any other
law enforcement agency of the Government.

      Qualifications of a Security Guard
      1. Must be a Filipino citizen
      2. Must be a high school graduate
      3. Must be physically and mentally fit
      4. Must not be less than 21 nor more than 50 years of age
      5. Must be at least 5 feet and 4 inches in height (RA 5487)
      6. Must not be suffering from any of the ff: disqualifications
               a. Dishonorably discharged or separated from the AFP
               b. Mental incompetent
               c. Addicted to the use of narcotic drug or drugs
               d. Habitual drunkard
      7. Must have undergone a pre-licensing training course
      8. Must not be convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude

               Moral Turpitude - A phrase used in Criminal Law to
               describe conduct that is considered contrary to
               community standards of justice, honesty, or good morals.

               Crimes involving moral turpitude have an inherent quality
               of baseness, vileness, or depravity with respect to a
               person's duty to another or to society in general.

               Examples of Crime Involving Moral Turpitude
               1. Rape
               2. Forgery
               3. Robbery
               4. Prostitution

Private Security Guard Agency - any person, association,
partnership, or corporation, who recruits, trains, muster, furnishes,
solicits individuals or business firms, private or government-owned
or controlled corporations to engage his service or those of its
watchmen.

      Who May Organize a Security Agency
      1. Any Filipino citizen
      2. Corporation
      3. Partnership
      4. Association

      Limitations/Disqualification/Prohibitions In Organizing A 
      Security Agency
      1. Security Agency must be 100% Filipino owned
      2. No person shall organize or have an interest in, more than
         security agency
      3. No agency shall offer, render or accept services in gambling
         dens or other illegal business establishments or enterprises.
      4. Must not be an elective or appointive government employees
         who may be called upon on account of the functions of their
         respective offices in the implementation and enforcement of
         the Private Security Agency Law and any person related to
         such government employees by affinity or consanguinity in
         the third civil degree shall not hold any interest, directly
         or indirectly in any security guard or watchman agency.
      5. The extent of the security guard service being furnished by
         the security agency shall not go beyond the compound and/or
         property of the person or establishment contracting the
         security service except when the security guards is
         escorting big amount of money or valuables.
      6. Main Office - All agencies shall maintain a main office in
         their registered addresses.

               Branch offices - may be established and maintained in
               other provinces/ cities where the security agency has
               deployed security guards.

      7. Rules - Authority to operate outside principal offices.
               1. No new or moribund but previously licensed private
                  security agency shall be granted license to operate
                  unless its business viability is supported by
                  evidence of assured clientele, adequate
                  capitalization and the like.

                  Moribund - (dying)(stagnant)(obsolescent) in
                  terminal decline; lacking vitality or vigour.
               
               2. Private Security Agency operating at regions
                  outside its main office shall be required to
                  register with the nearest Police Provincial Office
                  and shall submit an authenticated machine copy of
                  the following documents:
                     a) License to Operate
                     b) License of the FA’s to be issued
                     c) List of the officers and security guards
                     d) Appointment Order of Branch/Detachment
                        Manager (if any)
      8. All applicants for license to operate shall be required to
         attend a private security agency/company guard force
         operators and management seminar/workshop.
      9. Prohibition on “KABIT SYSTEM” operators
               1. No licensed security agency shall operate, promote
                  and enter into an agreement of “merger“
                  (kabit system) with any person or a group of persons
                  for the purpose of organizing a branch unit or
                  subsidiary under separate control and ownership.
                  Merger of security and detective agencies shall not
                  be recognized without prior approval from the SEC
                  with respect to their Articles of Incorporation and
                  the DTI, with regards their business name.
               2. Any of the following circumstances or a combination
                  thereof shall be considered prima-facie evidence
                  of the existence of “Kabit System”.
                     a) Maintaining a separate branch, unit or
                        subsidiary office aside from the main office
                        of the agency situated within the same locality
                     b) Receiving direct payments from the agency’s
                        clientele and issuing officials receipt of
                        their own distinct from that issued by the
                        agency concerned
                     c) Remitting directly Social Security System
                        premiums, Medicare contributions and other
                        premium for other policy insurance benefits
                     d) Existence of an agreement between the licensee
                        and a branch manager thereof, whereby the
                        latter obligates himself to pay a certain
                        percentage of his income to the former on the
                        condition that the control and supervision of
                        the guards posted by said branch shall course
                        on the manager thereof and that the licensee
                        shall be exempt from liabilities/ obligations
                        attendant to the operation of said branch.
                     e) Keeping/maintaining separate payrolls for the
                        branch employees signed and/or approved by
                        the branch manager only
                     f) Absence of record of monthly income remittances
                        to the main office when said branch is
                        authorized to make collections from the clients
                        of the licensee
                     g) All other similar acts tending to show separate
                        and distinct relationship/personality/
                        ownership/ management.

      Qualifications of the Operator/Manager of a Security Agency
      1. Must be at least 25 years of age
      2. Must be a College Graduate and/or No.3 below.
      3. Must be a commissioned officer in the inactive service of
         the Armed Forces of the Philippines
      4. Must be of good moral character
      5. Must have no previous record of any conviction of any crime
         or offense involving moral turpitude
      6. Must not be suffering from any of the following
         disqualifications:
               a. Dishonorably discharged or separated from the AFP
               b. Mental incompetent
               c. Addicted to the use of narcotic drug or drugs
               d. Habitual drunkard
      7. Must have taken a course/seminar on industrial Security
         Management and/or must have adequate training or experience
         in security business (IRR)

      Note: One can not be a Commissioned officer in the inactive
      service of the AFP unless college graduate. The law used the
      word and/or.

      RA 5487 is a law. In case of conflict between the law and its
      implementing rules and regulations promulgated by the chief
      PNP, The law shall prevail.
   
Private Security Industry – shall cover those in the legitimate
business of providing private security and detective services.

Private Security Personnel – shall be natural persons which include
private security guards, private detectives, security consultants,
and security officers rendering/performing security and/or detective
services as employed by private security agencies and/or private firms.

Protective Security System - are those measures taken by an
installation or unit to protect itself against sabotage,
espionage or subversion.
           
RA 5487 - known as "The Private Security Agency Law."

Restricted Area - is any area in which personnel or vehicles are
controlled for reasons of security. Restricted area is established
to provide security for installation or facilities and to promote
efficiency of security operations and economy in the use of
security personnel.

SAGSD - Security Agency and Guard Supervision Division. SAGSD is
under the PNP Civil Security Group.

Security - is the state or quality of being secured, freedom from
fear or danger;assurance; certainty. To secure is to make safe or
be protected. From the Greek word SECUROS which means safe,
safety or secured.

Security Guard - (watchman) Any person who offers or renders
personal service to watch or secure either residential or business
establishment, or both, or any building, compound, or area including
but not limited to logging concessions, agricultural, mining or
pasture lands for hire or compensation, or as an employee thereof.

Security Hazards - is an act or condition which results in a situation
like a breach of the protection system and the subsequent loss or
compromise of defense information, company secret or damage to
personnel, property or facilities.

Three Major Areas of Security
1. Physical Security - this concern with the physical measures
   adopted to prevent unauthorized access to equipment, facilities,
   material and document and to safeguard them against espionage,
   damage, loss and theft
2. Personnel Security - this is as important as physical security.
   Personnel security starts even before the hiring of an employee
   and remains to be maintained for as long as the person is employed.
   Its purpose is to insure that a firm hires those best suited to
   assist the firm in achieving its goals and objectives and once
   hired assist in providing necessary security to the work force
   while carrying out their functions
3. Document and Information Security - this involves the protection
   of documents as classified papers from loss, access by unauthorized
   persons, damage, theft and compromise through disclosure

Two Instances When  the Chief PNP may deputize any security guard 
to assist the PNP in the performance of police duties.
1. In case of emergency
2. In times of disaster or calamities

Types of Security
1. Industrial Security - a type of security applied to business
   groups engaged in industries like manufacturing, assembling,
   research and development, processing, warehousing and even
   agriculture. It may also mean the business of providing security.
2. Hotel Security- a type of security applied to hotels where its
   properties are protected from pilferage, loss damage and the
   function in the hotel restaurants are not disturbed and troubled
   by outsiders or the guest themselves. This type of security
   employs house detectives, uniforms guard and supervisor and
   insures that hotel guests and their personal effects are safeguarded.
3. Bank Security- this type of security is concern with the bank
   operations.
4. VIP Security- a type of security applied for the protection of
   top-ranking officials of the government or private entity,
   visiting persons of illustrious standing and foreign dignitaries.
5. School Security- a type of security that is concern with the
   protection of the students, faculty members, and school properties.
6. Supermarket or Mall Security- a type of security which is concern
   with the protection of the stores, warehouses, storage, its
   immediate premises and properties as well as the supermarket
   personnel and customers. Security personnel are trained to detect
   shoplifter, robbery, and bomb detection and customer relation.
7. Other Types- this includes all other security matters not covered
   in the above enumeration.