SLSU – CET hits grand slam in REE Licensure Exam
Southern Leyte State University–College of Engineering and Technology (SLSU-CET) obtained another 100 percent passing percentage in the recently concluded Registered Electrical Engineers (REE) Licensure Examination on September 2 – 3, 2017 in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Tacloban, and Zamboanga.
Thirteen examinees made SLSU teems with pride for another historical record in the licensure examination. The new Registered Electrical Engineers are the following: Engr. Horace Mayo T. Abella, Engr. Berjie Krystyne G. Alcover, Engr. John Brian C. Cabalo, Engr. Jhunrey S. Custinar, Engr. Ador S. Doblado, Engr. Elmera Y. Jaray, Engr. Charles L. Maglasang, Engr. Dannymar A. Malubay, Engr. Mark Louie G. Martinez, Engr. Jay Anthony C. Signar, Engr. Junel M. Sosmeña, Engr. Mark P. Utrera, and Engr. Aljun T. Villacorta.
Four of them are also successful examinees in the Registered Master Electricians (RME) Licensure Examination on September 4, 2017, a day after the REE licensure examination. They are Engr. Horace Mayo T. Abella, Engr. Berjie Khrystyne G. Alcover, Engr. Jhunrey S. Custinar, and Engr. Mark Louie G. Martinez.
This year’s performance in the REE licensure examination completes the grand slam record of the University. This is the fourth time that SLSU produced a hundred percent passing in REE Licensure Examination. This remarkable performance also happened in the years 2008, 2015, and 2016.
Based on the performance of schools released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), SLSU is a top school in Electrical Engineering in Region 8.
The Board of Electrical Engineering chaired by Engr. Francis V. Mapile announced that 2,807 out of 4,460 or 62. 94 % and 2,643 out of 3,864 or 68.4 % successfully passed the REE and RME Licensure Examinations, respectively. This result is released three working days after the last day of examination.
Engr. Gilberto P. Rosello, Head of Electrical Engineering and Electrical Technology Department under the College of Engineering and Technology said that the achievement calls for a celebration.
A recognition program and a passers’ parade were already planned one week before the examinations.