Archives for May 2023

ISAT U MC holds Research Colloquium 2023

To hone the capabilities of every student-researcher through research skills development, ISAT U Miagao Campus through the Office of Research Services Department hosted a Research Colloquium 2023, the 1st Intercampus Research Paper and Poster Presentation Competition, with the theme “Empowering Student Research Excellence and Innovation Amidst Challenges” as part of ISAT U 8th Charter Anniversary on May 16, 2023.

The Research Colloquium was participated in by ISAT U research teams from different campuses, namely: ISAT U College of Education (COE), ISAT U College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA), ISAT U College of Industrial Technology (CIT), ISAT U College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), ISAT U Leon Campus, ISAT U Barotac Nuevo Campus, ISAT U Dumangas Campus, and ISAT U Miagao Campus.

Providing a platform for researchers to present their innovative studies, the colloquium featured two categories, Education and Technology. ISAT U College of Arts and Sciences emerged victorious, winning the Best Research Paper Award in both the Education and Technology categories with the titles, “Enhanced Information Retrieval Using Term Frequency-Inverse Document Frequency (TF-IDF) and Cosine Technology,” in Education and “Type-II Diabetes Risk Detection Using Gradient Boosting Algorithm” in Technology category.

Kent Rod Demasu-ay, from the said department was recognized as the Best Presenter in the Education category. Francis Jules Espartero from the College of Industrial Technology was declared as the Best Presenter in the Technology category.

ISAT U MC, meanwhile, demonstrated their research capabilities by earning the 2nd Place for Best Research Paper Award in Education category with the title “Exploring the Lived Experiences of Becoming and Being a Student Leader During COVID-19 Pandemic” and 3rd Place in Technology category with the title “Development of Coconut (Cocos nucifera L.) Leaf Sheet Eco Bag.” They were also recognized for their poster presentation, winning the Best Poster Presentation in the Education Category with Laliene Trasga as the Best Presenter.

This activity gave the student researchers a unique chance to share their work and engage in conversation and discussion with peers and panelists. This is essential for knowledge expansion, intellectual exchange, and promotion of scholarly connections with other researchers.

Written by: Niňo Legaspi, PICO Coordinator Miagao Campus

Dumangas Campus hosts Social and Environmental Activities during the 8th Charter Anniversary

Iloilo Science and Technology University Dumangas Campus hosted the Mangrove Planting and Coastal Clean-up Activities as part of the 8th Charter Anniversary on May 17, 2023.

These social and environmental activities were spearheaded by the Campus, along with the series of activities conducted by other campuses of ISAT U during the weeklong Charter Anniversary celebration.

The event was held at the Coastal Road of Barangay Dacutan, Dumangas, Iloilo and was participated in by the five campuses. It was made possible through the cooperation of Dumangas Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO) and Zoological Society of London (ZSL).

In her message, Environmental Officer Dr. Liane D. Defiño emphasized that mangroves can store for up to 10 times more carbon than land ecosystems. She mentioned that it can protect the coastlines and restore biodiversity in marine ecosystems.

“With your support and cooperation, we can prevent soil erosions and restore our mangrove forests to protect the vulnerable communities from the rising sea levels and storm surges,” Dr. Defiño added.

Mr. Richardson Medina of the ZSL also oriented the more than 200 participants on the proper ways of handling and planting the seedlings.

More than 300 seedlings of Pagatpat Tree were planted. These trees will protect the Municipality from possible storm surges, especially in its coastal areas in the future.

Along with the Mangrove Planting activity, a Clean-Up Drive was also done along the coastal areas of the barangay.


Written by: Dr. Lowell De La Torre – PICO Coordinator, Dumangas Campus


ISAT U grabs 4th spot in UniRank WV University rankings


The Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U) broke through the Western Visayas University Rankings grabbing the 4th spot overall in the 2023 edition of UniRank’s assessment.

UniRank is a global ranking system of universities and colleges based on web presence, popularity in terms of estimated traffic, domain trust, authority, and quality link to popularity.

According to its website, the selection of recognized private and public higher education institutions (HEI) is based on the following criteria: chartered, licensed, or accredited by the appropriate Philippine higher education-related organization, offering at least four-year undergraduate degrees or postgraduate degrees, and delivering courses predominantly in a traditional, face-to-face, non-distance education format.

Compared to other ranking systems, UniRank does not require universities and colleges to submit their data to influence their rankings. Instead, the system relies on valid, unbiased, and non-influenceable web metrics from independent web intelligence sources.

The University is 77th in the national ranking and 4th in the region. This is a big departure from its performance from the previous years where it was not able to enter the winning circle in Western Visayas.

Other Universities from Western Visayas which are also in the national rankings include UP Visayas (34th), CPU (35th), WVSU (74th), University of St. La Salle (85th), John B. Lacson (89th), Aklan State University (97th), University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos (112th), University of San Agustin (126th), University of Iloilo (139th), and Capiz State University (167th) among others.

The strong showing of the University can be attributed to the clear direction of the administration and the collaborative efforts of the different units and other stakeholders in providing good content, improved branding, and consistency in maintaining the website and other official social media accounts of the University.




ISAT U student fashion designers stages Fashion Update 2023: Estilo Diseño

College of Industrial Technology, Fashion and Wellness Department staged its annual Fashion Update highlighting recalibrated environmental conscious designs of the Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design and Merchandising students.

The two-day activity kicked off on May 13, 2023 showcasing to the public the students’ innovative creations with the touch of Science and Technology.  It has been a time of enhancement, providing supplemental and intensive training after the pandemic affected students’ in-person classes as they have been forced to embrace and pivot amidst incredible hardship.

More than 200-piece collection was successfully made by 47 student designers with incorporated new methods which includes experimenting natural dyes, such as flowers, mud, coconut milk, banana stalk and natural mordant. Also, creating new crochet patterns and improvised hand-made embellishments.

Capping the event is the Gala edition, the competition proper on May 14, 2023 with 20 student designers showcasing their exclusively sustainable and elegant creations.

Lemar John Tagay bagged the grand prize, with the winning collection inspired by the local farmers as they go home toiling the rice field. Tagay crafted the ensemble in Iloilo handloom textile hablon in patadyong pattern of ecru and mocca and pineapple textile in nude color. Pieces included well-tailored suits as well. The said materials were used aiming for sustainable fashion.

Fashion Update is an annual runway research presentation of BSFDM students, spearheaded by the Fashion and Wellness Department, College of Industrial Technology, ISAT University.

The FWD has been committed to providing high quality education so students would be at par with other fashion designers in a diverse and highly skilled fashion industry.


Written by: Tiffany Anne L. Tan I Faculty, Fashion and Wellness Department

ISAT U hosts a Testimonial Program for the Rank 1 and Rank 4 Licensure Examination and other passers

May 15, 2023 – The College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) of Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U) spearheaded the hosting of a testimonial program in honor of Engr. Joshua Aniken G. Acusta, Rank 1 in the recent Electronics Engineers Licensure Examination and Engr. Dante John S. Robles, Rank 4 in the Electronics Technicians Licensure Examination and other passers.

In his video message, CHED Chairperson J. Prospero De Vera III congratulated the topnotchers and all the passers, including their proud parents. He also commended the entire ISAT U community, the faculty members and most especially the leadership of University President Dr. Raul F. Muyong.

“On behalf of the Commission, I would like to express my heartfelt congratulations to the leadership of ISAT U and our deserving topnotchers and passers. I congratulate the leadership of President Raul Muyong, all the brilliant faculty members and administrators of ISAT U for continuously putting ISAT U on the map as far as success and achievement in our licensure tests are concerned,” said Chair De Vera.

“To our new ISAT U topnotchers today, I am equally happy because this momentous occasion marks the culmination of years of hard work, dedication and unwavering commitment to excellence. It also shows the brilliance of ISAT U as a leading engineering school not just in Region 6 but now is slowly throughout the whole country,” he added.

Iloilo City Mayor Jerry P. Treñas also sent his congratulatory video message to the entire ISAT U community, topnotchers and passers. He also challenged not just the topnotchers but all the passers to excel not just in their chosen careers but also in becoming an inspiration to others through the values they have learned from the institution.

“Once again, you have proven that ISAT University is a center of excellence with topnotchers in the recent Electronics Engineers and Electronics Technician Licensure Examination. We cannot deny the fact that the institution has prepared you to become globally competent professionals,” Mayor Treñas said.

“May you become an inspiration to other people not only in striving to excel in your chosen careers but also in making a difference in the lives of others through the values that you have learned from your ISAT U professors. I am immensely proud of your achievements as an academic institution. The hard work and perseverance of your professors are highly commendable. Congratulations to everyone!” he added.

CHEDRO VI Director Dr. Raul C. Alvarez Jr. and DOST VI Regional Director Rowen R. Gelonga were present during the said gathering and gave their congratulatory messages to the topnotchers and all the passers.

Other members of the Board of Regents present during the event were Engr. Eddie P. Cañuto, Hon. Arecio A. Casing Jr., Hon. Samuel G. Arsulo and Hon. Erafil Joy A. Cabangal.

VP for Administration and Finance Dr. Gabriel N. Salistre Jr., VP for Research and Extension Dr. Carmelo V. Ambut, VP for Academic Affairs Dr. Corazon P. Corbal and VP for External Affairs Dr. Nemia H. Mabacquaio together with the deans from different colleges were also present during the said gathering.

Engr. Joshua Aniken G. Acusta, being the Rank 1, received a cash incentive amounting to One Hundred Thousand Pesos, a gift certificate from Hon. Allen Son Tan and cash gifts from Dr. Raul F. Muyong and from his department.

Engr. Dante John S. Robles, being the Rank 4, also received a cash incentive amounting to Twenty-Five Thousand Pesos, a gift certificate from Hon. Allen Son Tan and cash gifts from Dr. Raul F. Muyong and from his department.

During their message of response, the two topnotchers expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the administration, especially to President Raul F. Muyong for hosting a testimonial program to recognize the achievements they have brought to the University. Their classmates, friends and family members were also invited to join the said gathering.

The Board of Regents of Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U), Iloilo City, formally and publicly announces that the Search for the President is now open.  

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS. Applicants for ISAT U Presidency MUST possess the following minimum qualifications:

  1. At least thirty-five (35) years old (from the actual date of birth and not a day younger) and not more than sixty-one (61) years old on the day of the expiration of the term of the incumbent President (which is 4 August 2023). Sixty-one (61) years old shall mean from the actual date of birth and not a day older beyond 61 years old;
  1. Natural-born Filipino citizen as defined in Article IV, Section 2 of the 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines;
  2. Holder of an earned doctorate degree from a CHED-recognized HEI or foreign institution accredited by its respective higher education ministry/commission or appropriate regulatory body, which is defined as Level 8 in the PQF under RA No. 10968 on and before (a minimum of five years) the degree was earned;
  3. With proven track record as SUC/LUC administrator (President, Vice-President, Dean, Campus Administrator, Director) or high-level management executive/administrator, preferably in the academe, whether in public or private, for at least five (5) years;
  4. Must not have been convicted for a crime involving moral turpitude, an offense punishable by imprisonment, suspended administratively for twelve (12) months, or dismissed from service.


  1. Formal Application letter addressed to:

Dr. J. Prospero E. De Vera III


Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

HEDC Bldg., C.P. Garcia Ave.,

U.P. Campus, Diliman, Quezon City

  1. Detailed Curriculum Vitae, attested and signed by the applicant. Certified true copy of documents in support of the data stated in the Curriculum Vitae. The HRM Officer of the organization where the applicant comes from, may certify to the authenticity of the documents, provided that the original is presented to him or her for comparison; These include documents such as transcript of records, training certifications, professional accreditations, diplomas, and employment/service records;
  2. Published research work, if any;
  3. Signed and notarized statement containing the Proposed Vision, Mission, and Development Goals for ISAT U by the applicant;
  4. Certificates or clearances from the following government agencies, obtained no more than three (3) months from the date of filing of application, indicating that the applicant has not been found guilty in any administrative or criminal offense:

5.1 National Bureau of Investigation (NBI);

5.2 Sandiganbayan;

5.3 Civil Service Commission (CSC);

5.4 Office of the City Prosecutor

5.5 Office of the Ombudsman (for government employees), and;

5.6 Institution or company where applicant is presently employed.

  1. Birth certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA);
  2. Medical certificate of physical fitness issued by a physician from a government-recognized or accredited health institution but not the same institution where the applicant is presently employed, who and that is not in any way connected respectively, with the applicant or ISAT U.
  3. Successful drug testing certificate pursuant to the CSC Memorandum Circular No. 13, s 2017
  4. Successful results of neuro-psychiatric examination conducted by a physician from a government-recognized or accredited health institution but not the same institution where the applicant is presently employed, who and that is not in any way connected respectively, with the applicant or ISAT U;
  5. Duly accomplished, computerized, and notarized Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212) made under oath;
  6. 2022 SALN (Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth) made under oath (for government employees); and
  7. 2022 Income Tax Return (ITR) or BIR Form 2316 (if substituted filing).

An applicant who does not meet any of the above-mentioned minimum qualifications and cannot submit any of the pertinent supporting documentary evidences on the set deadline shall automatically be disqualified from the search process.


  1. Interested applicants must submit one (1) set of original and seven (7) certified photocopies of the aforementioned documents on or before June 2, 2023, 5PM (Philippine Standard Time) to:

Secretariat, SCP

Desiree Mae Abalos

Office of the Chair, CHED

HEDC Building, C.P. Garcia Avenue

UP Diliman, Quezon City

Secretariat, SCP

Dr. Mergie C. Gasataya

University/Board Secretary


Burgos Street, La Paz Iloilo City Campus 5000

However, on the last day of submission, it shall be made only at the office of the University/Board Secretary, ISAT U, Iloilo City Campus.


Chair, Search Committee for the Next President of ISAT U

ISAT U celebrates 8th Charter Anniversary

Iloilo Science and Technology University celebrated its 8th Charter Anniversary with the theme, Breakthroughs and Transformation: A Celebration. The weeklong festivity started with a caravan within the city area last May 14, featuring all the topnotchers across the system.

The theme, Breakthroughs and Transformation: A Celebration, was chosen to highlight and give emphasis all the achievements and blessings the University has achieved for eight years that is worthy to be celebrated.

All the breakthroughs and transformations are a clear manifestation that the administration is doing its best to deliver quality education and services to all its stakeholders.

A thanksgiving mass officiated by Rev. Fr. Joaper G. Geraneo, Vice Chancellor and the Secretary to the Archbishop of Jaro, commenced after the simultaneous Zumba activity.

During his homily, Fr. Geraneo highlighted that God works through everyone, and we are differently gifted and that we compliment each.

“The school has been honored through the many wonderful, bright, and talented products. Added to that is the strong sense of cooperation of everyone,” shared by Fr. Geraneo.

After the thanksgiving mass, the blessing of the University Library, L-Building, and the unveiling of Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Stars followed.

During the opening program, Vice President for Administration and Finance Dr. Gabriel M. Salistre, Jr. expressed that ISAT U has undergone remarkable changes, developments, and achievements that have propelled everyone towards greater heights.

“As we celebrate this milestone, we also take this opportunity to recognize the breakthroughs and transformations that have taken place within our institution and reflect upon how far we have come,” said Dr. Salistre.

“The history of the Iloilo Science and Technology University is one that is rooted on innovation, excellence, and progress. Since our establishment in 1905 as an elementary trade school, ISAT U has grown to become a leading institution of higher learning, research, and development in the region,” he added.

University President Dr. Raul F. Muyong declared the opening of the Charter Week with high spirit, encouraging everyone to participate in the different activities for the week-long celebration.

Mr. Jay Treñas, representing the City Mayor Hon. Jerry P. Treñas also graced the gathering. He expressed how the city government appreciates the achievements of the University over the years.

Present during the celebration were the Vice President for Research and Extension Dr. Carmelo V. Ambut, Vice President for External Affairs Dr. Nemia H. Mabacquiao and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Corazon P. Corbal.

ISAT U Leon Campus holds a Testimonial Program for the LET and LEA topnotcher and passers

The ISAT U Leon Campus hosted a testimonial program in honor of the November 2022 Agriculturist Licensure Examination (LEA) topnotcher, Mr. Jefferson T. Orr and of other successful passers of LEA and the October 2022 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) at the University’s Covered Gym.

The event was to give due recognition to the good performance of the graduates of ISAT U Leon Campus. The University takes pride in producing topnotcher for the first time in history in Licensure Examination for Agriculturists and other passers in the said exam last November 2022. Another reason for the celebration was the University’s good performance in the October 2022 Licensure Examination for Teachers.

Dr. Raul F. Muyong, university president congratulated the LEA topnotcher and all the LEA and LET passers. He was also grateful for the service and dedication of the faculty and staff in achieving excellent education with the leadership of Dr. Julito C. Aligaen. He challenged Mr. Jefferson T. Orr and other successful passers to bring the values the University has instilled to them wherever they go.

Mr. Jefferson T. Orr, 7th placer in the Agriculturist Licensure Examination received a plaque of recognition and a monetary incentive from the University on top of the personal cash incentive given by President Muyong. He said he was grateful to be an alumna of ISAT U, Leon Campus. He extended his gratitude to his family,  teachers,

classmates and friends who have supported him.

Amidst uncertainties: What it takes to dream!


When the rest of the world was sleeping, uncertainty came to wreak havoc – a global pandemic, spreading like wildfire. The virus lured the globe and decayed a plethora of lives that left almost everyone feeling helpless and hopeless. Everyone was brought to their knees in a single sweep, except for the stout-hearted individuals. Ivan Omar Lusterio Nobleza, Licensed Professional Teacher (LPT), was among them who persevered in reaching his goal patiently towards becoming a licensed professional teacher.

“I made every second count while studying and getting ready for the licensure examination despite the fact that the pandemic had challenged us in terms of how we were going to continue learning,” Ivan said in an interview.

He emphasized the significance of tenacity in the face of adversity. With the ongoing global pandemic, most establishments, especially schools were closed for protocol concerns, but he continued his steps toward his goal, which he accomplished excellently.

Ivan started getting ready for the examination in March 2020. He utilized reviewers at hand and that of the Professional Career Center of Excellence, Co. (PCCE), led by Mrs. Ruby, offering him free review sessions.

Three months before the examination, he temporarily left his office clerk job and continued studying at the public library daily. He studied independently during weekdays and attended review sessions on weekends.

Last December 16, 2022, the results were publicly published, 56 working days after the licensure exam. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) reported that 49,783 students (54.43%) passed the Elementary Level, while 71,080 students (50.94%) made it in the Secondary Level.

“The triumph of passing the board exam is a doorway that I have unlocked, and patience and perseverance are the keys. No matter what course a student is studying, patience and perseverance are constant points of contention. If you lack patience and persistence, you will not be able to accomplish anything,” he added.

Ivan Omar L. Nobleza of Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U) passed the October 2022 Licensure Examination for Teachers (Elementary Level) and ranked 10th overall with an examination rating of 92.60%. Overall, ISAT U achieved a national passing rate of 89.47% for elementary and 62.63% for secondary.

Given in different testing centers nationwide, the LET is taken by education graduates twice a year, usually in March and September. Successful test-takers will be eligible to practice their profession and obtain a teaching license.

Undoubtedly, Mr. Nobleza, along with the rest of the LET passers has once again stood as a testimony that the Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U) College of Education (COE) is, indeed, a Center of Development (COD) for Teacher Education. As his name reflects, IVAN, truly is Idealistic, Valiant, Austere, and Notable.


“As a student, I find delight in attending school. Since I am mindful of my duties as a student, I am able to both enjoy learning and fulfill my responsibilities.”

Ivan finished his elementary in Jose Gonzaga Elementary School, Bacolod City. He graduated high school in Negros Occidental High School. In 2004, he enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering program at Technological University of the Philippines Visayas, yet he ceased attending school because of financial challenges. He then enrolled in a private college in Manila to study Computer Science while supporting himself by working other part-time jobs besides janitorial before deciding to pursue Education, which was his dream career.

He tried his luck in Iloilo City, determined to graduate and pursue his ideal profession. In 2016, he enrolled in the Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) at ISAT U. His sister provided financial support for him during his first and second years, but by the third year, when ISAT U started offering free tuition and fees, he was very happy because he was able to sustain himself until he could graduate.

He excelled as a leader whilst in college. In his first year, he served as their section’s vice president. After gaining vice presidential experience, he contributed to the advancement of his Council and was subsequently elected vice president of the BEEd Council. Later, in his third year, he was elected as the Educators’ Guild secretary, and in his fourth year, he was voted as the Educators’ Guild vice governor.


“They say that the youngest sibling is favored, but in my case, I carry with me myriad responsibilities.”

Of the six siblings, Ivan was the youngest. Even though he lacked a stable job back then, he managed to help his family. He is really understanding and helpful. He is aware of his responsibilities and offers his time to compensate for those things that he cannot provide, financially.


“I enjoy working, and I believe that working as a student assistant has taught me a lot. Managing school and work developed me towards transcendence.”

He was working as a student assistant at the Pedagogy Department of the College during his spare time, making up the four hours that a student assistant is required to render. He was a diligent, responsible, and methodical student assistant. Ivan used his workload as an opportunity to develop skills that he could use in his everyday life rather than as stressors.


“True friends make life more enjoyable. I can give my buddies my time just like I do for my family.” Others first perceived him as snooty and acrimonious, despite the fact that they were familiar with his upbeat personality. He is the kind of friend who makes jokes and shares lores. He always makes a sincere effort to support his colleagues. He gives off his time and part of himself to help his friends as he would his family.


“I want to work toward becoming a teacher, in the real sense of the word, who can make a difference for the students, the institution, and society. I don’t just want to be a teacher whose teachings are confined to a classroom. I want to actively teach others how to improve what needs to be improved. I should be able to resolve the issues that should be resolved in terms of education since that is what the teacher’s role should be – a teacher who can have an impact on the students’ life,” Ivan said during the interview.

With experience, determination, and discipline, he was able to accomplish his dream and succeed with flying colors in the teachers’ licensure exam.

Truly, dreams were put on hold when the world was slapped awake and crippled by the global pandemic. But for Ivan Omar L. Nobleza, a LET topnotcher and a now Licensed Professional Teacher, education brewed with patience and perseverance is an ambrosia toward success. | Ritsdon Hijastro


ISAT U grads top 2023 board exams

Joshua Aniken Garcia Acusta, ranked no. 1 and Dante John Sudario Robles, ranked no. 4 in the Electronics Engineering and Electronics Technician board exams respectively based on the results released by the PRC on Wednesday, April 26.

Engr. Acusta and Engr. Robles belong to the graduates of batch 2022. Both are outstanding performers in their academics and are also champion chess players.

In an interview, Engr. Acusta revealed that  he was not expecting to be the Top 1 although there are a lot of people telling him that he has the potential.

“I was not really expecting it. However, some people including my professors in college were telling me otherwise. Giving you pressure in a good way.”

Engr. Robles on the other hand revealed that they followed certain ‘superstitions’ when they took the exams.

“We just laughed about it but before taking the exams, we also  observed using something red and even had our p

encil sharpened by a previous topnotcher”, he said.

Both topnotchers will receive cash incentives from the University with Engr. Acusta getting 100k and 25k for Engr. Robles. A testimonial dinner will also be conducted in their honor and the other passers of the licensure exams.

CHED Chair Popoy De Vera commended this feat of the University in his Facebook post.

“After last months testimonial dinner for the 48/48 passing and #4 in the mechanical engineering exam, eto naman #1 sa electronics engineering exam ang ISATU! Congratulations President Raul Muyong and the faculty of ISATU for your mentorship! Testimonial dinner na ulit!”

For his part, ISAT U President Dr. Raul F. Muyong attributes this success to a number of factors. He said, “This is a culmination of   a number of things. A stringent selection process in our admission, hiring of quality faculty members, and the provision of an enabling environment in the University where opportunity like this could grow and prosper.”

In less than a year from June 2022, the University was able to produce the following topnotchers from various licensure exams:

Rank 1 – Architect Licensure Examination

Rank 1 – Electronics Engineers Licensure Examination

Rank 4 – Licensure Examination for Mechanical Engineers

Rank 4 – Electronics Technician Licensure Exams

Rank 7 – Agriculturist Licensure Exams

Rank 10 – Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers

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