BSU graduates passed various licensure exams held in August. Four are now licensed Guidance Counselors, nine are now licensed Agricultural Engineers and 23 are now licensed Veterinarians.
The Guidance Counselors listed a 61.28% passing rate which is higher than the national passing rate of 61.26%.
The passers who took their Master of Arts in Guidance at the College of Teacher Education are Leny O. Estacio, Hylene S. Tayaban, Raiza B. Canillas and Josephine A. Payumo. Estacio ranked 6th while Tayaban ranked 9th out of 390 examinees.
Dominador S. Garin, Dean of the College of Teacher Education commented that the students’ exposure to real work aided them in the examination along with the theories taught to them.
The College of Engineering and Applied Technology listed an overall passing rate of 24.32%. The successful examinees are Elmerlyn P. Amoas, Bernard A. Bagsiyao, Heidy B. Balinngao, Job P. Basingel, Jaccy B. Luzada, Eryl Kate L. Rafael, Jerson D. Rosado, Mary Joyce B. Tad-O and Niña Joy N. Valentino.
Likewise, the College of Veterinary Medicine listed an overall passing rate of 41.82%. The new Veterinarians are Larry C. Alinso, Evangeline C. Bengado, Renee Christopher C. Cacho, Grace P. Camdas, Mark Anthony B. Casel, Arlyn T. Chokowen, William Joseph O. Daipan, Haydee B. Gatab, Faustino U. Gay-as,Karl Glenn L. Kigis, Babbit F. Kingay, Gwena L. Lingaling, Floriel C. Lipaopao, Harmon L. Nicer, Estela D. Nobres, Rameses M. Pimo-on Agustina B. Pulco, Felice Carmi A. Sagamla, Henry Gwyn Jonathan O. Salasa, Benjhon F. Segundo, Brail Harvey D. Siloy, Nikki B. Sison and Czarina Jane C. Tabajeros. Pulco ranked 4th out of 762 examinees nationwide.//