A graduate of Cagayan de Oro College placed 5th among 2,433 out of 7,702 who passed Philippine Criminologists Licensure (board) Examination, which was held in Manila and all Regional Offices on April 16, 17 & 18, 2009. Ed Gibson Cabungcal Belarmino got a passing rate of 87.10%.
The University of Cordillera got the highest passing rate among schools with over 100 examinees at 92 percent followed by University of Baguio and the University of La Sallete with 77 and 76 percent, respectively. Among the schools with less than 100 examinees, Cordillera Career Development College and Northwestern University topped the list, both posting 63 percent passing rate, while Metro Manila College ranked second with 51 percent, according to the PRC.
PRC said the registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (PRC ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on April 30.
Successful examinees were advised to personally register and sign the Roster of Registered Professionals. The oath-taking ceremony of the successful examinees, as well as previous ones who took the CLE but have not taken their Oath of Professional, will be held on May 30 at the Centennial Hall of the Manila Hotel in Manila.
The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places are the following:
1. AILYWEEN JAMES TALLAYO DE MAYO, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (BAGUIO COLL. FNDTN.) – 89.20%
2. EMMANUEL ALBERTO SESDOYRO, DUMAGUIN LIPA CITY COLLEGES – 87.95%
3. ISRAEL NEIL LADYONG MANI, UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO – 87.80%
4. BYRON JOSE SAPDOY, UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO – 87.25%
5. ED GIBSON CABUNGCAL BELARMINO, CAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE – 87.10%
6. RHODORA ADAY ALMIROL, UNIVERSITY OF LA SALLETE SANTIAGO – 87.05%
7. MICHAEL MORENTE ORTE, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (BAGUIO COLL. FNDTN.) – 87.00%
8. JEZZALYN FLORA ABLAY, PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY – 86.85%
8. ELMER PUKLIS GAYAO, UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO – 86.85%
9. MANUEL PALALON SANTIAGO, PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY – 86.80%
10. ALLEN BRENT BUGUI DULNUAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (BAGUIO COLL. FNDTN.) – 86.70%