Facts About Barangay Civil Service Eligibility That Nobody Will Tell You


The Philippine local government code, specifically section 393 thereof provides certain Benefits to Barangay Officials.

One of these benefits include the grant of barangay civil service eligibility.

The Barangay Civil Service Eligibility is considered appropriate for first level positions in the career service except those which require qualification skills or trade test and/or requiring board examinations and other special eligibilities provided under special laws.

The first level includes clerical, trades, crafts and custodial service positions which involve non-professional or sub-professional work in a non-supervisory or supervisory capacity requiring less than four years of collegiate studies.


The second level includes professional, technical and scientific positions which involve professional, technical or scientific work in a non-supervisory or supervisory capacity requiring four years of collegiate studies.


Who are the Barangay Officials

Under the RA 7165 otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991, the following are the barangay officials

  • Punong Barangay
  • Barangay Tanods
  • Members of the Lupong Tagapamayapa
  • Sangguniang Barangay Members
  • Barangay Treasurer
  • Barangay Secretary

But for the purposes of granting Barangay Civil Service Eligibility to Barangay officials, only the following barangay officials are entitled to appropriate civil service eligibility on the basis of the number of years of service to the barangay, pursuant to the rules and regulations issued by the Civil Service Commission.

  • Punong Barangay
  • Sangguniang Barangay Members
  • Barangay Treasurer
  • Barangay Secretary

Where Can You Avail of barangay civil service eligibility?

Any Civil Service Commission office near you. Application forms maybe obtained therein.


What are the Requirements for the grant of barangay civil service eligibility?

1. Original and photocopy of at least one valid ID with picture and signature of applicant

2. Three identical 1" x 1" pictures with complete name and tag (digital or computerized pictures not accepted)

3. Original and photocopy of birth certificate issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO)

4. Certification from the city/municipal officer of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) of the services rendered in the barangay.

5. Certified machine copy of Oath of Office,

6. Certified machine copy of Master List of Barangay Officials from the DILG

7. Certified copy of marriage contract for married women

8. Processing Fee


Notes:


A Barangay official's aggregate or total number of years of service is 5 years.


The eligibility granted by the civil service commission is properly called "Barangay Official Eligibility" (BOE).


Barangay Official Eligibility may also be granted in case the barangay official was not able to finish his term of office but was able to meet the service requirement by adding his other services as elective and appointive official.

Physician Board Exam Result August 2015

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physician board exam result

The result of the August 2015 Physician Board Examination has
been released.


Click here to view the names of those who passed.


2,921 Examinees took the exam but only 2,491 passed.


Cebu Institute of Medicine and UP-Manila tied for the right
to be called the No.1 Medicine school in the Philippines.
Both Medicine schools have a 100% passing percentage.


Andrew Chua Tiu is the exam's 1st Placer. He is an alumnus of
Cebu Institute of Medicine. He obtained a passing percentage
of 90.67%.

43 Medical schools participated in the examination.

UST has the most number of examinees with 415. It has a
passing percentage of 98.31%. It is the 5th Top Performing
school in the board examination.


The Board of Medicine gave the examination in the cities of
1. Manila
2. Cebu
3. Davao


The members of the Board of Medicine who gave the licensure
examination are
1. Dr. Miguel L. Noche Jr., Chairman
2. Dr. Edgardo T. Fernando, Member
3. Dr. Eleanor B. Almoro, member
4. Dr. Eleanor J. Galvez, Member
5. Dr. Ma. Graciela Garayblas-Gonzaga, Member a
6. Dr. Clarita C. Maaño, Member


Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification
Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on September
3, 4 and 7, 2015.


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 2015-2018.


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


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

Nutritionist-Dietitian Board Exam Result August 2015

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nutritionist-dietitian board exam result

The Result of the August 2015 Nutritionist-Dietitian board exam
has been released.


1,089 Examinees took the exam but only 705 passed.


The No.1 Nutritionist-Dietitian school is UP-Los Banos. It has
a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 110 examinees passed.


The Exam's 1st Placer is Paul Alteo Afurong Bagabaldo. He has
a rating of 84.75%. He is an alumnus of the University of the
Philippines in Los Banos.


The Following are the Top Performing Nutritionist-Dietitian
Schools.

No.1 UP-Los Banos
No.2 UST
No.3 PUP-Sta.Mesa
No.4 BSU-La Trinidad in Benguet


47 Nutritionist-Dietitian schools participated in the examination.


The Names of those who passed are the following:



 1 ABARRA, VANEZA GULEN
 2 ABELLA, JANELLA JILLIAN GILO
 3 ABELLA, MA CHARISSE ABREA
 4 ABINAL, MARY JOYCE CERENO
 5 ABO-ABO, MARECHEL MAGUSARA
 6 ABORIDO, KRISTEL ALARICE REMULADO
 7 ABUEVA, PIAGAYLE PALMA
 8 ABULENCIA, JEFFREY VILLANUEVA
 9 ACCAD, MARY CRIS PANGANIBAN
 10 ACEDERA, SANDRA BERNAS
 11 ACOPIADO, LOURDZ MARIE AGONCILLO
 12 ACOSTA, JOANNA ALISON LLUBIT
 13 ACOSTA, MONIQUE CURAMMENG
 14 ADAMAG, KIMBERLY GANO
 15 ADLAWAN, MARIEL ANN DEMATA
 16 ADORABLE, KRISTINE JOI MOLINA
 17 ADVIENTO, MARY JOY VALIENTE
 18 AGAPAY, JOYCE BELLE DEJARME
 19 AGNASIN, ANA MARIA MILLENA
 20 AGOSILA, CHARLENE MEL DE JESUS
 21 AGUILAR, BEVERLY BANTILAN
 22 AGUILAR, ELVIN RALPH FABIAN
 23 AGUILAR, ROMMEL TEOFILO FORBES
 24 AGUINALDO, CHRISTINE JOYCE ADLONG
 25 AGUIRRE, GHELVIN AURIELE CORONADO
 26 AGUSTIN, MA JELYN DELA CRUZ
 27 AJERO, MARY ANN DELIN
 28 ALABASTRO, KEI-ANN OLASIMAN
 29 ALAM-AM, PRESCILLA SAYAGEN
 30 ALEJANDRO, CHRISTELLE LACE DIVINA
 31 ALEJANDRO, SANDRA FELICIANO
 32 ALLARDE, SHARMINA MONIC BERNARDO
 33 ALLONES, JENNY MAE YBALEZ
 34 ALMONTE, MA JANINA VILLAFRANCA
 35 ALMORADIE, ANGEL MARYNEL DICHE
 36 ALVOS, RANDOLPH TORRES
 37 AMANTE, YSABELLE CLARISSE ROJOS
 38 AMBAT, PAMELA MILAN
 39 AMPARO, MERCY GIMENEZ
 40 AMULONG, MARY QUEENIE LAVIÑA
 41 ANACIOCO, JENNILYN AP-AP
 42 ANDAL, MAUREEN HONRADE
 43 ANDAYON, PATRICIA CARMELA VILLASOTO
 44 ANDO, XANDRA MEGAN BACONGA
 45 ANG, ALAYNE WY
 46 ANGAYON, SHIRLY GUINYANG
 47 ANGELES, MIKEE ARCEO
 48 ANORICO, ELIJAH EMMANUEL PEDRIALVA
 49 ANOS, FRANCES BRENT LAROZA
 50 APOSTOL, ABEGAIL VERGARA
 51 ARAGON, MABELLE YNA CREDO
 52 ARANGO, ARGIE BARRAYUGA
 53 ARAULLO, RACHEL ALEXANDRA ADORNADO
 54 ARCEO, ELOISA GALLEGO
 55 ARCETA, ANNA CHASTINE GRUEZO
 56 ARCHES, SHERMAINE LOUISE FERNANDEZ
 57 ARCINUE, EDZELL MORENO
 58 ARNEJO, EIRENE AGUSTIN BARIMBAO
 59 ARNEJO, KYLIE OPINA
 60 ASAJAR, JEA MARCELO
 61 ASIA, LAIZA MIRA JEAN MACARANG
 62 ASMAD, RAIHAN MAING
 63 ASPERA, FERRY JANE ARANTE
 64 ASULA, NURWINA KAHIL
 65 AUSTRIA, MELODY RAMAT
 66 AVILA, DONNA MARIE ROMERO
 67 AVILA, JEAN MIKHAEL TORIO
 68 AWAYAN, DENNIS II DE LOS SANTOS
 69 AYAWAN, KAREN PANG-OT
 70 AZARCON, JONIE ANN QUIAMBAO
 71 AZCARRAGA, MELODY DEANGKINAY
 72 AZUL, ARIELLE KARYL
 73 AÑONUEVO, FRANCES OLIMAE MAGTALAS
 74 BACAGAN, JENNY ANN PADALLA
 75 BACULAD, RODULF MATT ANTONI RAGAY


    BAGABALDO, PAUL ALTEO AFURONG 84.75%
    1st Placer
    UP-Los Banos


    BAGOS, JESEL REAL 82.70%
    10th Placer
    UP-Los Banos


 78 BAHAROD, NIRMA SANGKULA
 79 BAKIL, UMMU-KARZUM MAANG
 80 BALAG, MA KATRINA BARASONA
 81 BALAWAG, JEMIMAH FAITH KAYAT
 82 BALAWIS, JENNY DUCAO
 83 BALAYAN, SHERMINA SAJILI
 84 BALDERAMA, BABYRUTH BUÑAG
 85 BALONGA, NORILIE JOY JOVEN
 86 BANARIA, JOYCE ANGELOU REGUYAL
 87 BANZON, ISHEEN KAE BUOT
 88 BARANGAN, SHERYL ACEBEDO
 89 BARGOLA, LOVELY CALAPARDO
 90 BARRIO, STEPHANIE CARIDO
 91 BARTOLO, PRINCESS CAMUA
 92 BASTIAN, KHIA MAE CLARO
 93 BAUTISTA, JULIE ANN TOMAQUIN
 94 BAUTISTA, KARISSA MAE MANGLO
 95 BAUTISTA, PAULIN JIAN VELASQUEZ
 96 BAYAUA, NAOMI WANDIEN
 97 BAYER, DENNIS NIKKO CORTAS
 98 BAÑACO, PATRICK ELVEN PAÑER
 99 BELDA, HANNAH MAY PARCE
 100 BELINO, ARIANE MAE BALTAZAR
 101 BENSALI, SHIELA ALJE BALATIAN
 102 BERNARDO, CHRISTINE BERNADETH FRANCISCO
 103 BIGORNIA, CASSANDRA
 104 BISNAR, MARVILEX BELONIO
 105 BITUIN, JENNY TRILLANA
 106 BIYO, CHARMAIN CONSTANTINOPLA
 107 BOLLOZOS, JACQUELINE ANDAYA
 108 BONDOC, ERICA JOY MENDOZA
 109 BOTENGAN, CHARINA JOYCE EDWAS
 110 BOZAR, DONNA MAE PEREYRA
 111 BRIONES, ANDREW VERA
 112 BRIONES, ARVIE ALBUFERA
 113 BRIONES, REGINE SEVILLA
 114 BROSAS, ROSE IRENE SANTIAGO
 115 BRUCE, JEANNE CARLA TOLENTINO
 116 BRUTAS, CAMILLE ANNE PEREZ
 117 BUDIONGAN, KRISTINE JEANE MADRIÑAN
 118 BUDUAN, KARLYN ROSE LEGASPI
 119 BUENAFE, ERIKKA EVANGELISTA
 120 BUENSUCESO, PAULA NICA CRISCO
 121 BURAC, JADE TABO
 122 BURBOS, JOHN JERIC MARTINEZ
 123 BUSTILLO, JACQUE JYNN BAJALA
 124 BUYCO, NESRIANNE GAYANILO
 125 CABALCE, LARA PAUNON
 126 CABALO, FRANCE MAE BASSIG
 127 CABANGAL, MARILEE APILADO
 128 CABELLO, PAULA MAE SORIANO
 129 CACDAC, ROSE ANGELA ROMERO
 130 CADAPAN, MA CHARIZ ATIENZA
 131 CAGASAN, NORIELINE CALAWIGAN
 132 CAJIPE, RAE ANNE LACSINTO
 133 CALAMONGAY, IVY SANCHEZ
 134 CALANOG, CHERIELYN DIMAPILIS
 135 CAMDAS, LUCILLE CAMSIT
 136 CAMINS, ZAPPHIRE TAMHIRA RABAYA
 137 CAMO, MARIA PRINCESS CLAVERIA
 138 CANLAS, ALEEZA ROZE RUBIA
 139 CANTOS, SHARLAINE SUBOL
 140 CAOIBES, JONATHAN PANTOJA
 141 CAPARROS, YASMIN DULAY
 142 CAPIO, JOHN RUDNEL CANILLA
 143 CARANDANG, PAULINE MAY DIMAUNAHAN
 144 CARDANO, CHARLES JUSTIN CLETO
 145 CARDENAS, GABRIEL PAULO PEREÑA
 146 CARIAGA, RE'AN BAGUIO
 147 CARILLO, JACKYLENE BACUDIO
 148 CARLOS, ZIA MARIE EVORA
 149 CARREON, THERESA JHOANNA MARIE PANGANIBAN
 150 CARRILLO, KRISTINA PARCELLANO
 151 CARRION, MONIQUE ANTOINETTE SANVICTORES
 152 CARTEL, CHANNY GRACE GUYOS
 153 CASTAÑEDA, CAMILLE ANNE SALLADOR
 154 CASTILLEJO, ANGELICA MARIE SALVAÑA
 155 CASTILLO, JUELLA MARIE RAMOS
 156 CASTILLO, MA JHONNADELLE RITZ HERBOSA
 157 CASTILLO, PATRICIA EVANGELISTA
 158 CASTOR, STEPHANIE FABRIGAS
 159 CASTRO, KRIZELLE MAE SAN GASPAR
 160 CASTRO, ROLAND ALICER TOBIAS
 161 CAYA-OS, CHIMBERLY PARAYAO
 162 CAYANAN, LOREN ESTAÑOL
 163 CEBALLOS, VANESSA OPELANIO
 164 CEDULLO, MARIA ABIGAIL CONCEPCION CONSTANTINO
 165 CEJES, DANALLE ABA BALBOA
 166 CERNA, MARYCHRIS PASYOL
 167 CERRADO, ANDRE GABRIEL BION
 168 CHANG, JEFFREY CHRISTOPHER LEE
 169 CHING, WILLOURA ROBIN
 170 CHOGSAYAN, GLADYS ANIWAR
 171 CHOWDHURY, SHERHAN ABUBAKAR
 172 CHUA, CHARLENE REYES
 173 CHUA, CHELSI MARGARETTE ARELLANO
 174 CHUA, ROSEANNE KARRISTA VELASCO
 175 CLARETE, JANELLE MACATANGAY
 176 CLEMENTE, DANICA CAMILLE BIBARES
 177 CO, KRISHA VANNIA SANTOS
 178 CONCEPCION, MA JARAH REMEDIOS GARCIA
 179 CONSADOR, JOEL JR AMBIONG
 180 CORRO, DANIELLE LOUISE VIVIAN SANTOS
 181 CORTES, LILY DOCULAN
 182 CORTEZ, CLARISSA NICOLE DAYOT
 183 CROSA, ANALYN BERJA
 184 CRUZ, AMARIS LIBBY DARA IBAÑEZ
 185 CRUZ, ARISSA GERALD
 186 CRUZ, ARRIANA JOY POLOPOT
 187 CRUZ, CHRISTIAN ANGELO
 188 CRUZ, CZARINA ANDREA CRUZ
 189 CRUZ, DIVINA OLIVA
 190 CUACO, MAY DEE MULANG
 191 CUENCA, MARIA ANGELENE MANZANAL
 192 CUEVAS, ALENA PAULINE ISLES
 193 CUEVAS, MARIPI BRICENIO
 194 CULLA, JANA MARIE LACSAMANA
 195 CUSTODIO, MA ROSEL SURIAGA
 196 DABU, KIM NICOLE REYES
 197 DACANAY, NOUELA FAWAYAN
 198 DAGSAN, ELLAME MAE UY
 199 DALUGDOG, ARNESTIE FERNANDEZ
 200 DANO, JUSTINE RAINER RICAPLAZA
 201 DARISAN, JEMARIE MOLINA
 202 DATIC, JOHNA JEZREEL GACO
 203 DAUD, FAIROUDZ SEDIK
 204 DE CASTRO, DENISE PAULENE BAUTISTA
 205 DE GUZMAN, KATHLEEN MAE LEGASPI
 206 DE LEON, RONNIE MAE MALIGALIG
 207 DE LOS REYES, DANICA MACALALAD
 208 DE LOS SANTOS, JOANNA MARIE BACAY
 209 DE MESA, JUDE SURBAN
 210 DE PADUA, JELINE CAMILLE JOVE
 211 DE TORRES, JENNY MANDIGMA
 212 DE VEYRA, HANNAH ROLDAN
 213 DEL-ONG, GLENDA SILOT
 214 DELA CRUZ, CLOYDE INGRID CANDIDO
 215 DELA CRUZ, FRANCES MAE CORVERA
 216 DELA CRUZ, MA PATRICIA CAÑETE
 217 DELA FUENTE, CAROLE ANNE ANGA
 218 DELA TORRE, PRINCESS JASMEEN TAPICERIA
 219 DELANTAR, RODRIGO CAIBIGAN
 220 DELOS REYES, SHARMAINE ANN GUEVARRA
 221 DEMAFILES, MA CHRISTINE SARDAN
 222 DEOMANO, MARIA ELIZABETH ILO
 223 DESALES, EVELETH MOLANO
 224 DEÑA, KRIZETTE DE CASTRO
 225 DIALOGO, LUDY TAMPOCO
 226 DIAZ, JUNE APRIL KRIS LEGASPI
 227 DIAZ, PRISCILLA THERESE CARPIO
 228 DILAO, ZURICH SENSONTIC
 229 DIMACULANGAN, ADELINE MARY IYVETH GUINO
 230 DIWAYAN, RUCEL BAYUDANG
 231 DIZON, VICTORINA ANN MONTOYA
 232 DOFREDO, ROSHEL SANA
 233 DOLOR, APPLE JOY SANCHEZ
 234 DOMINGO, KATRINA ANGUSTIA
 235 DONIOS, ANTONETTE JOYCE HITEROZA
 236 DUCUSIN, APRIL JASMINE MAY CARCABUSO
 237 DULNUAN, FLORA OLTAGON COSTINA
 238 DUPALOC, PAULINE PLAGATA
 239 DYKIMCHING, JASON LIM
 240 EBBAH, ROBI ANGELO BRINES
 241 ECHAVEZ, ARA DENISSE BUCOY
 242 EDA, ANGELIQUE GONZALES
 243 ELHANO, FAOSAR JAMMANG


     ELOPRE, WILMAR JUN ORBISO 83.50%
     3rd Placer
     Central Mindanao University


 245 EMLANO, JONAH BERNADETTE FERNANDEZ
 246 ENARIO, MARY GRACE ALCANTARA
 247 ENRIQUEZ, EVES MIKAELA BAÑAGA
 248 ERFE, ANELYN MARIE AZUCENA
 249 ERONGA, ALLEYZAH MEIRRENE SITCHON
 250 ESCALANTE, CLARISE FAYE BARRETTO
 251 ESPADILLA, JUDE GUERRERO
 252 ESPAYOS, MARA JESSICA ZOZOBRADO


     ESPELA, HARLYN JAN BURGOS 83.45%
     4th Placer
     UP-Diliman


 254 ESPINOSA, DIANNE SALONGA
 255 ESPOSO, CRISTAL GRACE NARCISO
 256 ESQUILLO, GENELYN ALPAS
 257 ESTORIL, AIZA
 258 ESTRADA, JOANNE MARIE SUANQUE
 259 EVANGELISTA, JEAUN ADRIANNE TESORERO
 260 EVANGELISTA, MA AZUCENA PROLLES
 261 FABREGAR, JOVEN CARL FERRERA
 262 FANO, SIR KEIFFER FABICON
 263 FERIDO, BIANCA ISOBEL PAYAWAL
 264 FERNANDEZ, JEREMY BALBIN
 265 FERNANDO, GINO RAPHAEL GOZUM
 266 FERRER, GLADYS LOPEZ
 267 FERRER, MA JORETA LEONOR MILO
 268 FLORES, CHELSEA MENDOZA
 269 FLORES, KAREENA AYRA YSABEL VELA
 270 FLORES, PAULINE JADE TUBEO
 271 FLORES, PAULINE JOY JAMANDRI
 272 FLORES, RICA PAMELA REBULLO
 273 FONTE, FLORENE CAYAO
 274 FORCADILLA, JOAN PAULINE FERMIN
 275 FRANCISCO, MONICA NOVA
 276 FRANCO, KIM BENJIE AGUSTIN
 277 FRONDA, MA JEANINA DE GUZMAN
 278 FUENTEBELLA, HANNAH TRISHA CORNELIO
 279 GABE, MARY CAMELLE ZAMAYLA
 280 GABINETE, PRINCESS SIQUIG
 281 GACAL, VALERIE HOPE PULIDO
 282 GADOS, SHARYL GUSLAB
 283 GAGARIN, KRISELLE FAYE MESA
 284 GALLEGO, JENETH LOVELY SENADOR
 285 GALOTERA, CINDY TUMBAGAHAN
 286 GALVEZ, MARIELLE JANICA BERNAL
 287 GAMAY, ROEYLLAINE TABABA
 288 GAPAZ, PATRICIA YSABELLE DELA PEÑA
 289 GARCIA, FERNANDO GABRIEL BARCELONA
 290 GARCIA, MA ALEXANDREA REGATILLO
 291 GARCIA, MARIEL JACINTA BARON
 292 GARCIA, MELISSA ONOP
 293 GARCIA, REMEDIOS PISDA
 294 GARFIN, JOAN CRISTOBAL
 295 GARGANTA, ANGELA ROSARIO IGNACIO
 296 GARIANDO, PRINCESS JOY SIONOMIO
 297 GARRIDO, EXELLE ANNE CRUZ
 298 GATAL, MARIA KRISTINA GAMBUTA
 299 GATUNG-O, VALERIE ANN ALLAN
 300 GATUS, MA EZRA NAVARRO
 301 GAW, EARL JEMSON LIM
 302 GENOBAÑA, JOYCEREN MIYAH
 303 GENTOBA, BERNIE JHON GLORIA
 304 GERALDO, CLAUDINE MARIE LEGASPI
 305 GILBER, HANNAH JADE GELMO
 306 GO, JUSTINNE LOU PANGILINAN


     GO, LINDSLEY LUMELAY 83.35%
     5th Placer
     UP-Diliman


 308 GODOY, JOSELLE MEDRANO
 309 GOMEZ, RHEA CLAIRE SAPIGAO
 310 GONZALES, CATHERINE MAE DAYON
 311 GONZALES, CHARLAINE GIZELLE LOPEZ


     GONZALES, LORILYN ALYSSA FRANCISCO 82.75%
     9th Placer
     UP-Los Banos


 313 GONZALES, RENZO CARLO ROSALES
 314 GUARIN, JAKE ENCINA
 315 GUHITING, RUTH RODEO
 316 GULINAO, AVEL PAOLO PENA
 317 GULTIA, DON ART TIMOTHY VALLAR
 318 GUMAPAC, ALONA JANE TANCIO
 319 GUMBAN, CARMEN CHITA MANIPOL
 320 GUMBAN, GEZIELROSE HAUDAR
 321 HAMIDON, SHE-HADA ISMAEL
 322 HASAN, HAIFA SHIELA PORMENTO
 323 HERNANDEZ, MARTHA ANTONETTE SANTOS
 324 HILARIO, MARIJOY SAAVEDRA
 325 HIPOLITO, MELISSA CARMELA DELA CRUZ
 326 HUNG, KIMBERLY NICOLE SZE
 327 IBO, SHARMAINE JOY MOLINA
 328 IGNACIO, JEROME ANGELO ADRIANO
 329 IGUANA, MARY BLISS JOY PAGUIA
 330 ILAJAS, GIA DOMINIQUE ARANGCON
 331 INEDAL, BAIRON OTAW
 332 INTONG, LURELL RAGAS
 333 ISIDRO, CHARLES EMMANUEL GACILAN
 334 JABIBI, ANTHONY ROSE AMABAO
 335 JABONETE, PEARLY JEAN TEOXON
 336 JAIME, FREDA MARIE REGALADO
 337 JAQUILMAC, EUNICE TUVILLA
 338 JAVATO, KATRINA LIGPUSAN
 339 JAVELLANA, JANE DIANE SIBUD
 340 JIMENEZ, SAMANTHA JOY MONTESINES
 341 JOBLI, JESAH BENILDA INCIONG
 342 JONAS, ANNE CAMILLE
 343 JOROMAT, RHAISA BALTUNADO
 344 JUANE, MONICA BIANES
 345 JUAREZ, FRANCES ARA TAN
 346 JUAREZ, SHEILA MARIE ALMOROS
 347 JUNTILLA, RIO GRACE DIMCO
 348 KANASHIRO, AKIRA LIBRA VARQUEZ
 349 KIASO, ROSELLE GOSLAB
 350 KUE, ROANNA DARLENE NGO
 351 LABAJO, MARY JOY MONLEON
 352 LABONETE, ALLYSSA DEL ROSARIO
 353 LABORTE, ANNIELYN BONGBONG
 354 LACERNA, EMI NELL SUMPAY
 355 LACHICA, ARPHEL JOY BARIQUIT
 356 LACSINA, ANA KATRINA YUMPING
 357 LADIA, MA CHRISELDA SOLIS
 358 LADIMO, FERVIE ANTONETTE LAGCO
 359 LAGAMAYO, KAREN BASCON
 360 LAGANSE, ROSEVIE ANGELICA SIMEON
 361 LAGUNDA, MARIAN GEM SOBREVIÑAS
 362 LAMUNA, ALMIRA HERNANDO
 363 LANGUIDO, ROMELYN DATU
 364 LANUZA, DENISE FRANCES CAÑEDO
 365 LANUZA, JORDETTE MARIE
 366 LANUZA, MARIA ANGELICA DAGUPLO
 367 LAOTOCO, WENDY CATALON
 368 LAPAZ, JONAH MARIE SARNE
 369 LAPUGEN, SALLY GACO
 370 LASIN, EZRA MINETTE BRIONES


     LAT, REGINNA EMILIENE CAPADA 83.25%
     6th Placer
     UP-DIliman


 372 LAUZ, PAULA KATRINA JAMOLIN
 373 LAYAGAN, WENDY ANN VILLASAN


     LAYOSA, MARJORIE ANNE ABRATIQUE 83.55%
     2nd Placer
     UP-Los Banos


 375 LAZCANO, DANIELLI ANNE VENICE RAYRAY
 376 LEONES, JURIELHU ELUMBA
 377 LIBRE, FRANCIS LAUDEMIR BUAC
 378 LICARTE, EDWARD JOHN MASANGCAY
 379 LICUP, THERESA MARIE YANOS
 380 LIHAO, MARIE JANE BITALAC
 381 LIM, JOANNA PRIZ ESPIRITU
 382 LINGON, GLADYS AUTOR
 383 LITTAUA, RHEYA DANICA CUSTODIO
 384 LLAVE, EDRIARA ANN SEÑO
 385 LLORICO, LIWAYWAY SORBITO
 386 LO, CHRISTIEN BERNADETTE MENESES
 387 LO, INNA CARLIND ACAYLAR
 388 LO, MAJELYN CASTILLO
 389 LOFRANCO, MELODY QUIDET
 390 LOPEZ, FRANCIS GIO SULIT
 391 LOS BAÑOS, JULIA MARIE SARINAS
 392 LUBAT, MIKARLA MANUEL
 393 LUGAGAY, JULIE ANN SOLITARIO
 394 LUIS, HANNIE MAE RAMOS
 395 LUTAS, CHARMAINE BALINAS
 396 MABANAG, ELAIZA JED UBAY
 397 MACAPAGAL, LODIVICO JR BELESARIO
 398 MACARAEG, KRISTENE BERNADETTE LAO
 399 MACARANAS, KRISTINE DOMINIQUE RAGAS
 400 MACARAYA, JANEMA TUBALLA
 401 MACATANGAY, HARLANE ROSE ROCAFORT
 402 MACENAS, NERRIZA APRING
 403 MADERAL, IRESH JAGMOC
 404 MADRIAGA, CASSIE LEE LARDIZABAL
 405 MADRID, ELIXANDRA MAE BENAVIDEZ
 406 MADRIÑAN, ALICE GRACIA
 407 MAGBANUA, JOSEPH JAMES JR SO-AN
 408 MAGLINAO, JANNA JANE MIANO
 409 MAGTANGOB, LESLIE GONZALES
 410 MAGTOTO, CLEMENT PADILLA
 411 MALINIS, FINKY LOVE MICAYABAS
 412 MALLANAO, LAISSA MAE BOYBANTING
 413 MALLARI, ROXANNE JOY DOMINGO
 414 MALLETA, PRINCE IAN JERVIS GUEVARRA
 415 MAMA, ROHAINA MATAS
 416 MAMASALAGAT, FHERODS LASACA
 417 MAMAUAG, KATE DENISE MALAB
 418 MANALO, KEZIAH CAINGLET
 419 MANANSALA, LOIS ANNE JOCSON
 420 MANGORSI, MICHELLE RECAPENTE
 421 MANIPON, KENILYN NICA GARDUQUE
 422 MANUEL, CHONA MAY KILBAS
 423 MANUZON, AIKA JEANEL RAZO
 424 MARANAN, MARY JOYCE CAMPOMANES
 425 MARAYAN, KARINA ALEON
 426 MARCOS, MICHELLE MAMANSAG
 427 MARTINEZ, DARYLL ANJELLO LANTICAN
 428 MARTIREZ, DEBBIE ANN SALVIO
 429 MATEO, ELLEN JOY VILLARIEZ
 430 MATIONG, JANELLA VELASCO
 431 MATULAC, JOY ANN PASAN
 432 MAYAP-ENG, MHILYN JOY LUMONG-EY
 433 MAZO, AISEL PHOEBE MERHAN
 434 MEDINA, RAYMOND PRIVADO
 435 MEDRANO, CHARRY DUPA
 436 MEGINO, ZARAH CLARICE TAGULINAO
 437 MEJIA, WELLISA BARBA
 438 MELEGRITO, MA ALEXIA REYES
 439 MELGO, MARIA VIKTORIA MAYO
 440 MENDOZA, JAZRYNNE DE JESUS
 441 MENDOZA, JOAN CLARICE CONCEPCION
 442 MENDOZA, MAR IMMANUEL RODRIGUEZ
 443 MENDOZA, YOVILLE PONTEBLANCA
 444 MENODIADO, MAYELL DELA CRUZ


     MERCADILLO, CHELSEA RAE SANTOS 83.15%
     7th Placer
     UST


 446 MERCADO, MERGYNETTE GAURANO
 447 METIERRE, SHANE ALYSTINE DAYAPAN
 448 MINEZ, JOECEL MAE GERONA
 449 MINGUA, JAMIN ICA MOSKITO
 450 MIRASOL, RENZ LOUISSE MAHINAY
 451 MISLANG, RONA TIANGSON
 452 MOJICA, DAVY MARTIN ROSALES
 453 MOJO, RON FRANCIS ABRIOL
 454 MOKAIL, JOEMARIE GABAS
 455 MONCATAR, ROSE ANN GONZALES
 456 MORANDANTE, MAE AMOR BANA-AY
 457 MORTA, MAYUMI GUEN AMPARO
 458 MUALLIL, KEVIN ARQUIZA
 459 MURILLO, HYACINTH ARLEEN MAUCHLINE
 460 MUÑOZ, DANA KRISELLI DELA CRUZ
 461 NALANGAN, KRISSAH CABALLERO
 462 NANGIPAD, RENALYN PADAYAO
 463 NAPAY, JAMIE REGINA ADRIANO
 464 NOEL, ALDRYN JASMINE SOBREDO
 465 NUÑEZ, BEVERLY DIMAPILIS
 466 NUÑEZ, MARY JUSTINE FONTANARES
 467 OBLIGAR, VIRGILYN ANNE CAWALING
 468 OCAMPO, ERIELLE KYLA PINEDA
 469 OCAMPO, LEI ANNE VICTORIA BALDONADO
 470 OCHOA, STEPHANIE MARIE RAÑOLA
 471 ODASCO, JESSA MARIEL PABLO
 472 OLA, LOVELY GOYGOYAN
 473 OLAGUER, MARIE CELINE ALCANTARA
 474 OLAVIDES, ANGELIQUE MAURICIO
 475 OLAVIDES, KARINA LACIDA
 476 OLIVAR, GILLIAN FAYE DAMASCO
 477 OMBAO, JELINA ALITA MATULIN
 478 ONG, DAN PATRICK MACARAEG
 479 ONG, MARIELLE JASMINE APOLINAR
 480 ORBITA, MARY MAE PABIANIA
 481 ORCA, SHAYNE GASPI
 482 ORDILLO, NIÑA ALEXIS LAPIS
 483 ORTEZA, LAISSA RONA RAMOS
 484 OSIP, MONIQUE PENALIS
 485 PA-AS, NORMA FE ANGYAB
 486 PABALATE, EMMANUELLE BACLAY
 487 PABILONIA, DONATO NUYLAN
 488 PABLO, MA CARMELA BENJAMIN
 489 PACHO, ALTHEA BIANCA JACINTO
 490 PAGUIRIGAN, RUTH BAQUIRAN
 491 PAGULAYAN, JANNE DENISSE ESPINO
 492 PAITA, CHRYS ABIGAIL MIRANDA
 493 PALAAD, TIFFANY CALUBAYAN
 494 PALCE, JANELA AUBREY CABAUATAN
 495 PAMPLONA, PENNY UMAYAM
 496 PANTI, KATHLEEN MAE ALCANTARA
 497 PAO, RODGIEBEC
 498 PARAYAOAN, MA PAOLA KRISTINA DESEPEDA
 499 PAREDES, JENYBELL TALIP
 500 PARLAN, FRANZ ALLEN BERMUDEZ
 501 PARNADA, JARED NICOLAI NALAM
 502 PARULAN, JUNE RODSON PEDERNAL
 503 PASAMONTE, EIZIELLE JODDAINE DEMAFILES
 504 PASCUAL, INNAH MARIE BARETTO
 505 PASCUAL, MARK CHRISTIAN DIZON
 506 PAWINGI, APRIL JADE MANIS
 507 PAZ, AARON EPHRAIM ZAMORA


     PAÑER, LURENCE ANNE JAMORA 83.45%
     4TH Placer
     UP-Diliman


 509 PEDRAJA, JAIRA DENISSE
 510 PEDRIÑA, MARY JOY IRINCO
 511 PELIAS, MARK JULIUS PEDUCHE
 512 PENACHOS, FRANCISCA LOMINOQUE
 513 PERA, LEMUEL ISAAC DAYRIT
 514 PERALTA, RAVINNA EVE QUEZON
 515 PEREZ, JESSICA ROSS ESPADA
 516 PERNITO, PEARLY JANE MAGDARAOG
 517 PEÑA, CHELSEA VIENNE RIVERA
 518 PEÑARANDA, FRANZEL TALAM
 519 PINTES, CAROLYN MAY RODRIGO
 520 PONCIO, MARINETH PAYAGAN
 521 POTENCIANO, KYLE MICHAEL MANUEL
 522 PRIELA, MA BERNADETTE THERESE TALICURAN
 523 PROCALLA, JUSTINE CRIS CHIN
 524 PUZON, ANNA COLEEN BAGUNU
 525 QUINTOS, CHRYSLER JOHN PILOS
 526 RAFAEL, FEVILEE TENENAN
 527 RAMOS, GENO GABRIEL REY
 528 RAMOS, GESSA MARIE NAVARRO
 529 RAMOS, KARLO NOEL MIRANDA
 530 RAMOS, MARY AGUIDENE FONTELAR
 531 RAMOS, SARAH MAE CARGO
 532 RAMOS, TRELICITA KIAMCO
 533 RAYOS, CRISTAN RICH MANIQUIS
 534 RAYOS, MIRIAM MOJECA
 535 RAZONABLE, MIDIATREX VILLANUEVA
 536 REBLORA, MARK ARELA
 537 REBONG, ALLISON FAUSTINO
 538 RECATO, ANGELU NOORINE SARTE
 539 REFORMA, JUN KERBELL ROSAS
 540 REGALADO, CHARMAINE LABAJO
 541 REGONDOLA, JOYCE HANNA RETUERMA
 542 REGONDOLA, MARIA KARMINA LANTING
 543 REMOJO, ALYSSA ESGUERRA
 544 REMUDARO, PAULO ALVAREZ
 545 REPALDA, JAYNA GARAY
 546 RESURRECCION, JHEZZA AQUINO
 547 REYES, JEAN EMILY RELUCIO
 548 REYES, JILLIAN MARIE ADLAWAN
 549 REYES, JOHN MARVIN MENDIOLA
 550 REYES, MAISIE MAE CLARIN
 551 REYES, ROCHELLE FRANZA
 552 REYES, SOPHIA GRACE SAYSON
 553 REYNOSO, MA LOURDES KAMILLE SIERRA
 554 RIVAS, CLAIRE FERNANDEZ
 555 RIVERA, JEAN PAULENE WASAWAS
 556 ROBIN, HESED LOLYN CALIPES
 557 ROBLES, ANNA FRANCHESCA ALMENAR
 558 ROCHA, ALPHA JOY MATIRA
 559 RODRIGUEZ, MARY PEARL PONCE DE LEON
 560 RONQUILLO, MARA VANESSA LAMPON
 561 RONQUILLO, WELBERT AYAD
 562 ROSALEM, EMERALD BAG-AO
 563 ROSALES, DARWELL CHANN DE CHAVEZ
 564 ROSALES, MARSI GALERO
 565 ROSAS, JENEEN RUADO
 566 ROXAS, ZERLHY GRACE DAMSANI
 567 RUIZ, GLADYS JOY GERELLA
 568 SABAN, JISELLE ROMANTIGUE
 569 SABINO, MA JUSTINE CAMILLE SIBAL
 570 SABORNIDO, MA DIVINA CAGAS
 571 SAGUIDEC, YOLLY DANIO
 572 SALCEDO, SHIELA MAE BENEDICTO
 573 SALUD, RAY JOHN MASANGCAY
 574 SALVADOR, REDENA VALENZUELA
 575 SALVALOSA, CHERRY SOPEÑA
 576 SALVAMANTE, KORINA SANDRA MENDOZA
 577 SAMSON, MICHELLE KAREN ENRIQUEZ
 578 SANCHEZ, NICOLE MARIE HOCSON
 579 SANSAET, MARC JAYSON SICO
 580 SANTIAGO, RAFAEL ACLAN
 581 SANTIANO, JAN WAYNE REYES
 582 SANTISTEBAN, MA CHRISTINA ISABEL FAUSTO
 583 SANTOS, LLEAN DANICA BEIRA
 584 SANTOS, MANEL CARLA ROXAS
 585 SANTOS, MARIA KRISTINA SALAMAT
 586 SANTOS, MARY LORRAMANE BERNARDO
 587 SANTOS, ORLANDO BERNARD FONACIER
 588 SANTOS, RANIELLE JENEVIEVE LACHICA
 589 SANTOS, SARAH MARIE ARCHES
 590 SAPON, RACHELLE VINIEGAS
 591 SARMIENTO, CAMILLE DANAO
 592 SARMIENTO, JENNY ANNE DEMIN
 593 SARMIENTO, MARICAR SOSA
 594 SARNE, TWINKLE KAY EGE
 595 SARRAPAL, NURDISSA BACLAYAN
 596 SATORRE, DAYANARA BARROGA
 597 SAYSON, ETHEL JANE AMANTE
 598 SEDIK, ZAMRAH ZAINAL
 599 SERDENIA, WRINDLE MAE DE VERA
 600 SERDON, JONNA MANGANTAS
 601 SESALIM, JESSICA ANGULO
 602 SEÑORON, CAMILLE YDETT REYES
 603 SILLERO, REITCHELL GONZALES
 604 SILVA, ROBERT JAMES GAMO
 605 SILVINO, FERGIE ANNE KRISTELLE SORIANO
 606 SIMENE, JANREY BERGOSA
 607 SINCUYA, MEIZL JOY ESPLANA
 608 SOCAO, DIANA GRACE TABUZO
 609 SOCO, MAIKA GIANNE CRUZ
 610 SOLIS, ELIZABETH MANUEL
 611 SOMLANO, MELANIE MONTERO
 612 SONABA, KHEESA MARIE BULAWIN
 613 SORIANO, JUAN RAPHAEL ANDRADA
 614 STO DOMINGO, ABIGAIL RAMOS
 615 SUELTO, ANNE CLAIRE DELA ROSA
 616 SUNGCOG, CHENEE TATOY
 617 SUPEÑA, ALYCENDRA AURIE PAMPOLINA
 618 TABADERO, ALDRIN PAUL CACULITAN
 619 TABALBA, ANGELA THEA AGUILAR
 620 TABARES, JENINA MAE MARQUEZ
 621 TADIAQUE, CLINT TADIAQUE
 622 TAKEDA, RIZZA MARIE LUNA
 623 TALLE, SHEENA MARIE GALAGAR
 624 TAMALA, FARLEY 'LF' SCHEDEL CAUSING
 625 TAMISIN, IAN CHRISTOPHER BRIONES
 626 TAN, CLAUDINE MARIE ABALOS
 627 TAN, MAELYN RAMILLANO
 628 TAN, RAFAEL GODOFREDO TAYAG
 629 TANGEC, JOYCE SATURNINO
 630 TANGOYAB, SUNSHINE PAYAYA
 631 TANJAY, CARLA DOMINIQUE GONZALES
 632 TANSINGCO, SHARMIE NICOLE BORDA
 633 TAYABA, MA RICA ALAYSA VALENZUELA
 634 TAÑADA, MA CRISTINA PERMEJO
 635 TE, ADRIEL VINCENT RAÑAGA
 636 TE, FREDRIC CARL LIM
 637 TEJADA, BERNADETTE ELAINE SILVA
 638 TENERIFE, ALEXIS BUSIÑOS
 639 TESTA, ALYSSA LANGIT
 640 TIBOR, TRICIA IRYNN GARCIA
 641 TINIO, JEAN MARIELLE DE GUZMAN
 642 TISANG, MERINEL VELGADO
 643 TIUTING, MARY ANN ZAFE
 644 TOLEDO, MARY JOYCE MIGUEL
 645 TOLENTINO, APRIL FAYE REYES
 646 TOLENTINO, DAVID HENRY DACASIN
 647 TOLENTINO, JOYCE ANNE SABANGAN
 648 TOLENTINO, JOYCE MARIE SABANGAN
 649 TOLENTINO, JUNNEL APDAN
 650 TOMAS, GENELLE CHRISTIAN GONONG
 651 TOMBOC, MYKA ANGELOU CAOILE
 652 TORILLOS, MICAH AMOR ARAOJO
 653 TORREON, LUZMARIE ONGCOY
 654 TORRES, MIA PALACIOS
 655 TRIBIANA, AISSIE CAMACHO
 656 TRINIDAD, ROICE AIRRA TANDINGAN
 657 TRINIDAD, SARAH ELAINE MENDOZA
 658 TUBLE, ARIANE LOUISE INTING
 659 TUBOLTO, BLESSED JEMAIMA DELOS SANTOS
 660 TUMALIWAN, AYANA KEIKO DUGURAN
 661 TUSCANO, JAZHMINE GEELEAN GATDULA
 662 TUZON, KEYN LOREINE RELOVA
 663 UCANG, KARLA FAYE CLIMACO
 664 UCLARAY, KEVIN JESSER ZULUETA
 665 UDDIN, CHERRY ANN BAIRULLA


     ULMIDO, MA LESLIE BACHOCO 82.80%
     8th Placer
     UP-Los Banos


 667 URIARTE, NAOMI MENDOZA
 668 UYACO, IDA COLLEEN RIGON
 669 VALDE, PATRICIA MILIZA TAPADO
 670 VALENCIA, KATHLYN JUDIANNE DAPULAZA
 671 VALENCIA, MC NEIL TABERNILLA
 672 VARGAS, CHARLENE BAÑARES
 673 VARGAS, SANDRA JOY SAN JUAN
 674 VAÑO, OLANA NAZARENO
 675 VELASCO, KRISTINE JOY CACHIN
 676 VELASQUEZ, JENNYLYN CASANOVA
 677 VELASQUEZ, SHIMI CELESTIAL
 678 VELASQUEZ, TRISHA JANE GALLERO
 679 VELOSO, ANGELICA MARIE CAGUIL
 680 VERANO, MARIFE ROBLES
 681 VERGARA, ANGELICA MATALA
 682 VIAJEDOR, APPLE JANE MALLORCA
 683 VICTORIA, ALELI JALIL BERNAL
 684 VILLALOBOS, PAULINE KATE PASTRANA
 685 VILLAMIL, JORACE PAIR
 686 VILLAMIN, CRISELDA RONDILLA
 687 VILLANUEVA, ALLEN ALEXANDER VILLAMOR
 688 VILLANUEVA, CRISLLAINE MARI PAGUIA
 689 VILLANUEVA, FLEUR JESSICA HINGGO
 690 VILLANUEVA, MARITA VISTRA LLAMAS
 691 VILLAR, ANTONETTE PEARL RODRIGUEZ
 692 VILLARAMA, RHEA FE CONDEZ
 693 VILLAS, HERALD BOOPH MASING
 694 VILLEZA, CHARISSE VILLAR
 695 VIRGO, CAROL JOY DOLINO
 696 VIRTUDAZO, HONEYBEE LUCERO
 697 VIRTUDAZO, JEANNE MAIKA TERANO
 698 VITALICIO, KRISTINE VILLACORTA
 699 WELBA, NAFIZA GAIL PEÑERA
 700 YDIA, DANICA PRESTOUSA
 701 YEE, SHEIKHA AWALON
 702 YONGCO, MARY ANN
 703 ZABALDICA, HANNIE MAE JAVIER
 704 ZAMORA, RODNEY SEDILLES
 705 ZARASPE, ANJELA VERONICA SY 

Mining Engineer Board Exam Result August 2015

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mining engineer board exam result

The Result of the August 2015 Mining Engineer Board Exam has been
released.


214 Examinees took the exam but only 173 passed.


University of the Philippines (UP) in Diliman is the No.1
Mining Engineering School. Out of its 34 examinees, only one
failed. UP has a passing percentage of 97.06%


Saint Louis University (SLU)in Baguio City is the No.2 Mining
Engineering school. Out of its 40 examinees, only 5 failed.
SLU has a passing percentage of 87.50%.


The Mining Engineer Board Exam 1st Placer is Reginald Ratilla.
He is a graduate of Cebu Institute of Technology.


9 Mining Engineering schools participated in the examination.


The Following are the names of those who passed.


ABANCIO, LENARD DIONIO
ABANID, OMAR SORIANO


ABING, MARK JOSEPH DUHAYLUNGSOD  89.10%
2nd Placer
UP-Diliman


ABIVA, PAUL JOSHUA FLORES
ACOB, ADZMIER YASHEER HATAB
ALAC, RHEY JOHN IGNALIG
ALBARAN, RODEL PLAZA
ALINDEG, GENEVIEVE DACAY
ALTEA, EDGAR PAOLO FLORES
AMISCUA, ZAMAR RIA DIVINA
AMPAGUEY, JESSPER EVAN AOAS
ANAHAW, DARYL PIJAN
ANAHAW, EDMAR PIJAN
ANGNGAD, ANDREA ABATON


ANTE, GRECCO MERCURIO  88.40%
4th Placer
UP-Diliman


ANTIG, JETHRO REAL
AQUINO, CELESTE SESE
ARADO, IRIS AGAPE
ARAOJO, SHIELA MAY BUITRE
ARIENZANO, ALEXANDER JR CAHAYAG
ASIDO, CATHERINE JOY BUENAAGUA
ATUN, LADY AVERYL BORRAS
BAAY, DEXIE NAQUILA
BADILLA, ARJAY AGYAO
BALANQUIT, JESSICA MAE BALANE
BALAWIS, ROMEL ANTONIO
BALTAZAR, JEZREL GIAN CATAYAS
BARRANCO, MIRAFE LANES


BATAL, EDWIN BADBADON  87%
9th Placer
CARAGA State University - Butuan City


BATECAN, IVY KIMBERLY AYSON
BAUTISTA, ELOISA GAPULAO
BELARDO, RIVA GUEVARRA
BERTILLO, JOHN CHRISTIAN VOLANTE
BLANCO, MARY KASSEL TAER
BOLADOR, MARCUS ANTONIUS TURAN
BON, REY CHRISTIAN MANDANE
BONGON, DINNIS MALAGA
BULALACAO, EMILIO JR ESPINOSA
BULANHAGUI, KELVIN KEN VIRAY
BULAYO, KIARA CHATTIE ALCAYNA
CABRIADAS, JONEL LOPEZ
CALZAR, ERNESTO CAITOR
CANCINO, CHRISTINE JOY BOADO
CANONIGO, JOHN ROLEN UBAS
CHAVEZ, SWEET DAWN NEMEÑO
CHUMANEO, JOAN ODLUS
CIVIL, LOVELY JANE OCTAVIO
CRUZ, MA ELIZABETH MASIGLAT
CUASITO, ROVY ANN BETANIO
CUBELO, FARRA JEAN EVIOTA
CUDILLO, PAUL JOSHUA ARLAN
CURAMBAO, ALLAN JR ABALO
DAKAY, WARNEL SEGUISABAL
DE GUZMAN, KAREEN JOY BAYANG
DE LOS SANTOS, JEREMAE BANGATE
DE LUNA, GERALDO PEREYRA
DE VERA, ANGELICA DOLDOL
DELA CRUZ, JOHN CARLO PILOTOS
DELA CRUZ, RAYMAGEAN DIEZ
DESUCATAN, DARYL VILLACERAN
DIAMANTE, ANN CLECIEL RAMIREZ
DIAMANTE, SAZKIA ZANTANA LUISON
DIZON, NIERA KAMILLE MABILANGAN
DURAN, MONICA MAE LACERNA
DY, JAMES IÑIGO
DY, LANCE IRVING CHUA
ENVERZO, RITCHIELYN FAJARDO
ESCAÑO, CARLO JAMES SAENZ
ESCUREL, ANTHONY BRYAN ESQUIERRA
ESPILOY, MERIAM MACASINAG
ESTEPA, JENNICA CODILLA
FAJARDO, GLASE ALFILER
FERATERO, KEVIN MERCULITA
FESARITON, ARNEX OBILLE
FLORESCA, JULIE ANNE GANITNIT
GALAO-EY, IKE FELTIN TOLITO
GAN, PRINCESS ROCHELLE OCABAN
GARCIA, EARVIN JOHNSON ATA
GARLEJO, NEIL RYAN CASTRO
GELI, ROLAND JOIE GULTIANO
GOHETIA, KEN ANSEL GARCIA
GONZALES, REJIEL ALA
GUINYANG, JUDITH TARAGUITEG
JADORMIO, STEPHANIE IVY TANTEO
JAMESULA, NARLZ ANTHONY MIRA
JAMILA, STEVEN LENDL ATIZADO
JAYO, CHRISTIAN ARAYAN
KOLLIN, DANMARK LORESTO PADALLA
LANGCAY, EARL JOHN IQUIN
LANZADERAS, JAN MARIE GIL VALLADORES
LARTEC, ROD CLINT LADUAN
LASPIÑAS, KISH CRISTY GRANA
LATAWAN, AMY CARIÑO
LIKIGAN, GANG-AWAN SEAN KOLLIN
LIWANAG, ALTHEA KEZIAH RAMOS
LUCHANA, AUGIE DE VENECIA
LUMADEO, MARIFI GANADEN
MACHANUM, JOEY MALAGGAY
MAGRACIA, JOHN CLYDE CASAJE
MANACOP, SHAMANE QUIRINO
MANTE, PSYCHEMAR
MARBELLA, ROCHELLE SANTONIA
MARCIAL, ALLEN MARK ESTAYO


MARTE, KHENT CHITO ESCASINAS  86.70%
10th Placer
Cebu Institute of Technology


MASIL, STEPHEN PAUL ESCUDERO
MASKAY, CLARISSE SOCAYEN
MEDRANO, GEM RUSSELL PAHANG
MELANA, APRIL CHEEN MANIB
MIRAÑA, JOHN PETER I AREVALO
MIÑON, MARICEL POJADAS
MORALES, GEZER PEBOJOT
NAMORO, MELISSA HERALDO
NARAG, LOVELOU MARAÑON
OBISPO, MARIE FRANCE SANTOS
OLACO, DARYLD MABOLIS
OLIGARIO, PRISCILLA OTTAO
OLVEZ, JEZEIL ROSE OBEDENCIO
PABUAYA, IAN VINCENT BANZON
PADA, ARCHIE KLAIZEL KUDERA
PAGASIAN, BENSHANE JYF SULAPAS
PAGES, KERSTER JANN ARANTE
PAGUIO, CHRISTIAN LABRADOR


PALMEJAR, RUSSELL ROY MOLATE  88.15%
5th Placer
UP-Diliman


PARAISO, CLAID VINCENT CATIPAY


PARAS, EARL JAY LIM  87.05%
7th Placer
University of South Eastern Philippines - Davao City


PARDILLO, CHRISTINE PELORIANA
PASIAN, LYZA DIM DEGAY
PATANGAN, MARK JERICHO TORRALBA
PICONES, MARJORIE ANNE SAMSON
POSEDIO, EMMANUEL FAMA


PRADO, ROSS CLARK RICAFRENTE  87.65%
6th Placer
UP-Diliman


RACHO, RALPH CHRISTIAN PENINOY
RAFANAN, MICHELLE MAE FILOG


RAGANAS, DAVE MC CLEO DEIPARINE  87.05%
8th Placer
University of SouthEastern Philippines - Davao City


RANAY, KATHLEEN AGAD


RATILLA, REGINALD  89.60%
1st Placer
Cebu Institute of Technology


REJUSO, ASTOR KIM MENDEZ
RESCH, RICHARD RUDOLF PONTANAR
ROSIL, DEAN HENRICH MARTE
SABATER, ROBERT JOHN PATRICIO
SALA, IVIE DALANAN
SALAS, ANDRE CHESTER MENDOZA
SALIDO, EVAN JAKE LABASANO
SAMBARANI, JAYNUL-ALI MADID
SANTILLAN, MICHAEL DARRYL GUEVARA
SANTOS, CARLO MIGUEL YAP
SARADOR, FELIZARDO DUYANON
SARAWDIN, JELCENI JR ADJOLA
SENINING, ARJUN JOMITANO
SEREÑO, IBARRA JANAMJAM
SOYCANO, JIMNIÑO CABANTOG
SUAREZ, PAULA MAEI GASALAO
SUMAD-EN, JESSICA BURCIO


TALENTO, WENDY PRAXIDES  88.75%
3rd Placer
UP-Diliman


TANDOC, CLARISSA JANE WRIGHT
TOLENTINO, AILYN GLORY
TONGACAN, DARWIN BUABO
TORALBA, DARYLL JOHN NANO
TORCEDO, PATRISHA PINEDA
TUAZON, AYRA MAE SALUDARIO
TUAZON, BEA ANGELI BUENAVENTURA
TUMAMAO, JIMMYLYN DAJAC
TUTANA, RENIER JARDINEL
TUYOR, PAOLO MARRENCE DONAYRE
URBIZTONDO, ROMMEL RUFANO
VALENZUELA, MAR STEVEN VALENCIA
VERGARA, ANGELICA RIOSA
VERGARA, REY CARLO GAON
VIBAR, LEONARDI YEE
VILLANUEVA, DAVID IBARRA
VILLANUEVA, JAN RALPH CALAYO
YAMOYAM, CEDRICK KIACO
YUBAL, MELVIN JUATAN

Law Student Robbed Caught On CCTV


A Law Student was robbed by four unidentified suspects in
Cristobal street corner UN avenue.


The Robbery was caught on a CCTV installed in the area.


The CCTV showed that on or about 11 PM, the law student was
walking along Cristobal street when two of the four suspects
pointed a gun at him and announced the robbery.


The Robbers demanded that he give his bag and money.


The Student fought back and was able to run away from the
suspects.


Shots were fired but the student was not harmed.


Police investigation is underway to determine the identity of
the four suspects.


The Suspects committed the crime of Robbery.


      Read: What is Robbery?


From the facts presented above, the suspects did not gain
possession of the bag and money of the victim.


In Robbery with violence or intimidation, from the moment the
offender gains possession of the thing even if offender has
had no opportunity to dispose of the same, the unlawful taking
is complete.


In the case above, it is clear that the unlawful taking is not
complete.


The Crime of Robbery was not consummated.


Refresh your memory:


STAGES OF EXECUTION:

1. CONSUMMATED – when all the elements necessary for its execution
   and accomplishment are present.

2. FRUSTRATED
   Elements:
   a. offender performs all acts of execution
   b. all these acts would produce the felony as a consequence
   c. BUT the felony is NOT produced
   d. by reason of causes independent of the will of the perpetrator

3. ATTEMPTED
   Elements:
   a. offender commences the felony directly by overt acts
   b. does not perform all acts which would produce the felony
   c. his acts are not stopped by his own spontaneous desistance


Crimes which do not admit of Frustrated Stage:
1. Rape
2. Bribery
3. Corruption of Public Officers
4. Adultery
5. Physical Injury


Crimes, which do not admit of Frustrated and Attempted Stages:
1. Offenses punishable by Special Penal Laws, unless the law
   provides otherwise
2. Formal crimes – consummated in one instance
   Ex: slander, adultery, etc.
3. Impossible Crimes
4. Crimes consummated by mere attempt
   Ex: attempt to flee to an enemy country, treason, corruption
   of minors
5. Felonies by omission
6. Crimes committed by mere agreement
   Ex: betting in sports: “ending,” corruption of public officers

Fake Lawyer Arrested In Angeles Pampanga


A Fake Lawyer is arrested by the National Bureau of Investigation
(NBI) in Angeles Pampanga.


The Fake lawyer allegedly committed estafa and wanted by the authorities.


      Read: What is Estafa?


The Arrested Suspect was able to amassed more than one million
pesos according to the NBI.


The Victims of the suspect includes among others, companies,
cooperative, well known wealthy families and even some
congressman.


The Successful Operation was conducted by the NBI's Special
Investigation Services at about 1 PM in the afternoon.


The Compound where the operation was conducted was huge.
The Suspect was arrested after a few minutes.


The Suspect has an alias of Atty. Sandoval. Her real name is
Maribel Tuburan.She has 5 pending warrant of arrest for large
scale Estafa.


The Suspect committed Estafa in areas which includes Palawan,
Cebu, Makati, Butuan and Manila.


The Suspect denied the charge against her.


Is She Guilty of of Usurpation of Official Functions?


This criminal offense is punishable under Art.177 of the
Revised Penal Code.


This offense is committed by performing an act pertaining to
any person in authority or public officer of the Philippines
or foreign government under the pretense of such official
position, and without being lawfully entitled to do so.


In usurpation of official functions, it is essential that the
offender should have performed an act pertaining to a person
in authority.


Is She Guilty of Using Fictitious Name and Concealing True Name?


Using Fictitious Name and Concealing True Name is an offense
punishable under Art.178 of the Revised penal Code.


These Offenses has the following Elements:
Elements of Using Fictitious Name:
1. That the offender uses a name other than his real name
2. That he uses that fictitious name publicly
3. That the purpose of the offender is –
   a. To conceal a crime
   b. To evade the execution of a judgment or
   c. To cause damage to public interest
      Ex. Signing fictitious name for a passport


Elements of Concealing True Name:
1. That the offender conceals
   a. his true name, and
   b. all other personal circumstances and
2. That the purpose is only to conceal his identity.

Sen Antonio Trillanes Asked The DOJ To Dismiss Libel Case Against Him


Sen Antonio Trillianes asked the Department of Justice to dismiss
the libel case filed against him by the suspended Makati Mayor
Junjun Binay.


Junjun Binay filed a case of Libel against Sen Antonio Trillanes
for allegedly saying that he gave P50 million to the justices of
the 6th division of the Court of Appeals (CA) for the issuance
of a temporary restraining order (TRO).


      Libel is a public and malicious imputation of a crime, or
      a vice or defect, real or imaginary or any act, commission,
      condition, status or circumstances tending to cause the
      dishonor, discredit or contempt of a natural or juridical
      person, or to blacken the memory of one who is dead.



The TRO is to stop the suspension order of the Ombudsman against
Junjun Binay.


      A TRO is intended as a restraint upon the defendant until
      the propriety of granting an injunction pendente lite can
      be determined, and it goes no further than to preserve
      the status quo until such determination.


      An application for a TRO shall be acted upon only after
      all parties are heard in a summary hearing, which shall
      be conducted within 24 hours after the sheriff's return
      of service and/or the records are received by the branch
      selected by raffle.


The case against Junjun Binay was due to the alleged anomalous
transaction in the Makati City Hall parking building 2.


Sen Trillanes wants the Libel complaint against him dismissed
on grounds of parliamentary immunity. He said that as a Senator,
he must be free to say anything he wants otherwise he can not
do his work.


He further said that if every words he say as Senator will be a
ground to charge him of a crime, then he can not effectively
perform his duty as Senator.

Is Sen Grace Poe A Natural Born Filipino Citizen?

Sen Grace Poe

Senator Grace Poe is in the news and in the television almost
everyday.


Some are questioning her qualification to run as President if
and when she decides to do so.


To run for President, a candidate must possess the following
qualifications:
1. Natural born citizen of the Philippines
2. Registered voter
3. Able to read write
4. At least 40 years of age o the day of the election
5. A resident of the Philippines for at least 10 years
   immediately preceding the election.


Senator Grace Poe according to some people is not a natural
born citizen.


I searched my book in Constitutional Law and looked at the
definition of a natural born citizen and this is what it says.


Natural Born Citizen
One who is a citizen of the Philippines from birth without having
to perform any act to acquire or perfect his Philippine
citizenship.


Senator Grace Poe is a natural born Filipino citizen.


Under the Philippine Constitution, the following are citizens
of the Philippines:
1. Those who are citizens of the Philippines at the time of the
   adoption of the 1987 Constitution
2. Those whose fathers or mothers are citizens of the Philippines
3. Those born before January 17, 1973 of Filipino mothers, who
   elect Philippine citizenship upon reaching the age of majority
4. Those who are naturalized in accordance with law.


Some argue that how can you say that Senator Grace Poe is a
citizen of the Philippines when she does not know whether her
biological father or mother is a Filipino citizen.


Remember that Sen Grace Poe is a foundling. A Foundling is an
infant that has been abandoned by its parents and is discovered
and cared for by others. She was found abandoned in a church.


A known lawyer Atty.Katrina Legarda said that the Philippines
adheres to the principles of International Law.


Under international law, foundlings are considered a citizen of
the country where the foundling is found.


Whoever alleges that Senator Grace Poe is not a natural born
Filipino citizen must be the one to prove that she is not.


I am not against Senator Grace Poe running for a higher office.


I am against those who are throwing mud against someone to
discourage that person from running for an office or decrease
the chance of that person from winning an election.


We, Criminology students, Criminologist and Active and retired
law enforcers must analyze what the news says. I know that you
have an idea who is behind all these.


Remember that DILG Secretaty Mar Roxas is pushing hard to
convince Senator Poe to join him on the road of corruption
free and straight path governance. Will you suspect him as
behind this demolition job against Senator Poe. Your studies
and training will tell you that he is not.


We are not dumb, we are trained to conclude based on facts
and evidence and not on what a person or the news says.


Let us look at the track record of a person before voting for
him or her in the election. If a person has a history of
corruption, will you still vote for that person, I am sure
you will not.


The Philippine National Police and The Armed Forces of the
Philippines were greatly modernized by this present
administration, let us support those leaders who will continue
this great leap forward towards becoming a great and strong
nation.

Occupational Therapist Board Exam Result August 2015

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The result of the August 2015 Occupational Therapist Board Exam has
been released.


Click here to view the names of those who passed.


107 out of 170 Occupational Therapist examinees passed the exam.


The No.1 Occupational Therapist School is University of Santo
Tomas (UST). It has a passing percentage of 80.33%. Out of its 61
examinees, only 12 failed.


Cesar Suyko Llanto III is the exam's 1st Placer. He is a graduate
of Velez College. He has a passing percentage of 82.80%.


15 Occupational Therapist schools participated in the examination.


The Occupational Therapist exam was given in the cities of Manila
and Cebu.


The members of the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy
who gave the Board examinations are:
1. Pollyana G. Escano, Chairman
2. Raul G. Agustin, Member
3. Bernadette M. Reyes, Member
4. Delia R. Pabalan, Member
5. Rolland Lyle D. Duque, Member


Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card
(ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on August 19, 2015
but not later than August 20, 2015.


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 2015-2018.


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


The date and venue for the oath taking ceremony of the new successful
examinees in the said examination will be announce later.

Physical Therapist Board Exam Result August 2015

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The result of the August 2015 Physical Therapist Board Exam has
been released.


Click here to view the names of those who passed.


550 out of 868 Physical Therapist examinees passed the exam.


The No.1 Physical Therapist School is Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng
Maynila. It has a passing percentage of 94.23%. Out of its 52
examinees, only 3 failed.


Kevin Delgado Velasco is the exam's 1st Placer. He is a graduate
of Velez College. He has a passing percentage of 86.95%.


67 Physical Therapist schools participated in the examination.


The Physical Therapist exam was given in the cities of Manila
and Cebu.


The members of the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy
who gave the Board examinations are:
1. Pollyana G. Escano, Chairman
2. Raul G. Agustin, Member
3. Bernadette M. Reyes, Member
4. Delia R. Pabalan, Member
5. Rolland Lyle D. Duque, Member


Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card
(ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on August 19, 2015
but not later than August 20, 2015.


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 2015-2018.


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


The date and venue for the oath taking ceremony of the new successful
examinees in the said examination will be announce later.

3 Minors Illegally Entered a Car Accessory Shop


3 Minors were caught by a CCTV illegally entering a closed
car accessory warehouse shop with the aid of a 2X2 wood panel.


The nearby sewing machine store was also not spared.


The Police is now investigating the case to determine what
items are stolen.


Public Clamour demands the amendment of the law which exempts
minors from criminal liability.


The establishment's owner said that it is high time for our
lawmakers to amend the law and punish these minors who
commits a crime.


Under R.A. 9344 or the Juvenile Justice And Welfare Act a minor
15 years and below is exempt from criminal liability.


A minor over 15 but but below 18 who acted without discernment
is exempt from criminal liability.


A minor over 15 but below 18 who acted with discernment shall be
subjected to a diversion program.


Discernment is the mental capacity to fully appreciate the
consequences of the unlawful act, which is shown by the:
1. Manner the crime was committed
2. Conduct of the offender after its commission

Guidance Counselor Board Exam Result August 2015

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The Result of the August 2015 Guidance Counselor Board Exam has
been released.


Click here to view the complete names of those who passed.


419 Examinees took the examination but only 252 passed.


The Exam's 1st Placer is Karina Mae Alipoyo Uy. She is an alumna
of Cebu Normal University. She has a passing percentage of
89.45%.


127 Schools participated in the examination.


De La Salle University - Manila has the most number of examinees
with 20. It has a passing percentage of 75%.


Ateneo De Naga has an exceptional passing percentage of 100%.
All of its 10 examinees passed.


Top Ten Examinees Guidance Counselor Board Exam
August 2015

1st Placer  - Karina Mae Alipoyo Uy  89.45%
                    Cebu Normal University

2nd Placer  - Charlotte Cacho Leigh  89.05%
                     Central Philippine University

3rd Placer  - Cathy Tolentino Villarroya  88.60%
                     Ateneo De Naga University

4th Placer  - Mariz Panaglima Borgonos  88.10%
                     Union College

5th Placer  - Leoncito Ros Silva  87.90%
                     Asian Theological Seminary - Quezon City

6th Placer  - Ann Abellanosa Talledo  87.80%
                     Laguna College of Business and Arts

7th Placer  - Lorizza Mae Cabaltera Posadas  87.60%
                     Palawan State University

8th Placer  - Fatima May Plan Alarcon  86.80%
                     Ateneo De Naga University

9th Placer  - Camia Grace Sumayo Renegado  86.75%
                     Eastern Visayas State University - Tacloban

10th Placer - Yalena Dabajo Rodriguez  86.30%
                      De La Salle University - Manila


The members of the Board of Guidance and Counseling are
1. Dr. Luzviminda S. Guzman, Chairman
2. Dr. Elena V. Morada, Officer-In-Charge
3. Dr. Carmelita P. Pabiton, Member


Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification
Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on August 13-14,
2015.


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 2015-2018.


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

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

Bogus Fireman Arrested For Asking Donation


The Pasig Police Department conducted an entrapment operation
which resulted in the arrest of Ronaldo Roque.


The 43 years old Ronaldo Roque was arrested by the Police for
asking a donation from a school in Pasig using the names of the
DILG and BFP.


Confiscated from the arrested suspect is the document which he
showed to the school principal.


The Suspect denied the accusation but the CCTV of the school
recorded the suspect going to the Principal's office until the
time he went out.


The Suspect's face was once posted in facebook for various
complaints made by commercial business establishment owner in
Ortigas Center. He allegedly asked donation for the death of
his father. His Father has been dead for 4 years.


A complaint for Usurpation of Authority for posing as fireman
has been filed against the suspect.


Usurpation of Authority is a crime against Public Interest.


To be liable for this crime, The following elements must be
present:
1. Offender knowingly and falsely represents himself
2. As an officer, agent or representative of any department
   or agency of the Philippine government or of any foreign
   government.


Remember:


In usurpation of authority, the mere act of knowingly and falsely
representing oneself is sufficient. It is not necessary that he
performs an act pertaining to a public officer.


The usurpation must pertain to a department or agency of the
Philippine Government or any foreign government.


If it can be proven that the usurpation of authority or official
functions by accused was done in good faith or under cloth of
authority, then the charge of usurpation will not apply.


In usurpation of official functions, it is essential that the
offender should have performed an act pertaining to a person in
authority.


A public officer may also be an offender.

A Car Crushed Into 4 Tricycle, Motorcycle and A Pedicab


A Car driven by Rene Afable, a resident of Pasig City, crashed
into several tricycles, a motorcycle and a pedicab.


As a result of the incident, 5 persons were injured.


SPO1 Rabindranatgn Sierra, Chief investigator of the Quezon City
Police Office (QCPD) Traffic Sector 2 said that The Driver of the
offending vehicle drunk yesterday.


The Driver has a hangover when he drove his car today. This is the
reason why he was found negative of alcohol when he was examined.


The Offending driver said he will help the injured  pay their
medical bills.


The Police said that the driver may be held liable for Reckless
Imprudence Resulting In Multiple Physical Injuries and Damage
To Property.


Under Philippine Criminal law, The following are the elements
of Reckless Imprudence:

1. That the offender does or fails to do an act
2. That the doing of or the failure to do that act is voluntary
3. That it be without malice
4. That material damage results and
5. That there is inexcusable lack of precaution on the part of
   the offender, taking into consideration
   a. his employment or occupation,
   b. degree of intelligence, physical condition and
   c. other circumstances regarding persons,time and place


Remember:


Abandoning one’s victim is usually punishable under Art. 275.
This crime has a penalty of Arresto Mayor. The duration of the
penalty of arresto mayor shall be from one month and one day to
six months.


Imprudence or Negligence is not a crime in itself, but simply a
way of committing a crime.


Contributory negligence of offended party (victim) is not a
defense but only mitigates criminal liability.


Violation of a rule or regulation or law is proof of negligence.


Emergency Rule (as a defense)
One who suddenly finds himself in a place of danger and is
required to act without time to consider the best means that may
be adopted to avoid the impending danger is not guilty of
negligence, if he fails to adopt what subsequently and upon
reflection may appear to have been a better method.
        UNLESS the emergency in which he finds himself is
        brought about by his own negligence.

Cebu Taxi Driver Arrested For Rape


A Cebu Taxi Driver was arrested by the Police after he was
accused by his female passenger of rape.


According to the Police, the female rape victim and a male
companion rode the taxi of the suspect at dawn.


The Male companion of the rape victim got off the taxi first.


The Taxi Driver allegedly brought the victim to a hotel where
he raped the victim.


The Victim immediately sought the help of the nearest Police
Station nearest the place where the Taxi Driver left her.


The Swift operation conducted by the Police resulted in the
immediate arrest of the suspect.


The Taxi Driver was identified as Von Camacho.


He admitted raping the victim.


RA 8353 reclassified rape as crimes against persons.


Classification of Rape
1. Traditional Rape
   a. Offended party is always a woman
   b. Offender is always a man.
2. Sexual assault
   Rape can now be committed by a man or a woman, that is, if a
   woman or a man uses an instrument on anal orifice of male,
   she or he can be liable for rape.

   Inserting a finger inside the genital of a woman is rape
   through sexual assault within the context of "object".


In General, the penalty for rape is reclusion perpetua. It
is like being imprisoned for life.


In General, the penalty for Sexual Assault is Prision Mayor.
The duration of the penalties of prision mayor is from 6 years
and 1 day to 12 years


   Read: The Law On Rape

Woman Raped and Killed In Santa Rosa Laguna



A Woman was brutally and mercilessly raped and killed in Santa
Rosa Laguna.


The Raped and killing committed by the suspects were witnessed
by two kids which led to their swift arrest.


The Raped victim is a 19 year old woman. She was raped and killed
by the suspects with the use of an ice pick. The Victim was
stabbed in the head.


The Victim's body was recovered in a grassy area near a railroad.


The Slain Woman was last seen alive on a Sunday night of August
2, 2015.


The Police said that the slain woman was seen riding a train
trolley operated by the 2 suspects. When the Woman decided to
stop and go down, the suspects drag her into the dim lighted
grassy area where she was raped and killed.


Police Superintendent Reynaldo Maclang, Chief of Police of Santa
Rosa Laguna said that exactly 9:45 in the evening, the victim's
body was found.


Not far away from the scene of the crime, the 2 suspects were
swiftly arrested after they were identified by 2 witnesses.


Recovered from the suspects were some personal things belonging
to the victim.


The Police will file a case of Rape with Homicide.


Rape with Homicide is a special complex crime. The liability for
special complex crimes is linked with that of conspiracy. When there
is conspiracy, the rule is that the act of one is the act of all.
This principle applies only to the crime agreed upon.

The law provides one single penalty for special complex crime.

Conclusive Presumptions

conclusive presumptions

Classes of Conclusive Presumptions
1. Estoppel in Pais
   whenever a party has, by his own declaration, act, or omission,
   intentionally and deliberately lead another to believe a particular
   thing to be true and act upon such belief, he cannot, in any
   litigation arising out of such declaration, act or omission, be
   permitted to falsify it.

2. Estoppel by Deeds
   the tenant is not permitted to deny title of his landlord at the
   time of the commencement of the land-lord tenant relationship. If
   the title asserted is one that is alleged to have been acquired
   subsequent to the commencement of that relation, the presumption
   will not apply.


Presumption
An inference as to the existence or non-existence of a fact which
courts are permitted to draw from the proof of other facts.

A presumption shifts the burden of going forward with the evidence.
It imposes on the party against whom it is directed the burden of
going forward with evidence to meet or rebut the presumption.

Social Worker Board Exam Result July 2015

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The Result of the July 2015 Social Worker Board Exam has been
released.


Click here to view the names of those who passed.


2,645 Examinees took the exam but only 1,817 passed.


The No.1 Social Worker school is Bicol University in Daraga.
Out of its 68 examinees, only 2 failed. The school has a passing
percentage of 97.06%


The Social Worker Board Exam 1st Placer is Elaine Joy Jalmasco
Pena. She is a graduate of Asian Social Institute. She has  a
passing percentage of 86.50%


96 Schools participated in this examination.


6 Social Worker school have a passing percentage of 0%.


Cotabato City State Polytechnic College has the most number of
exainees with 244. It has a passing percentage of 54.92%


The Social Worker Board Examination was given in the Cities of:
1. Manila
2. Baguio
3. Cagayan de Oro
4. Cebu, Davao
5. Iloilo
6. Legazpi
7. Lucena
8. Tuguegarao
9. Zamboanga


The Following are the members of the Board of Social Worker who
gave the Board Examination:
1. Lorna C. Gabad, Chairman
2. Jesus S. Far, Member
3. Mary Ofelia L. Endaya, Member


Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID)
and Certificate of Registration will be on August 6 & 7, 2015.


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 sized 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 2015-2018.


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


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