By BSU UPAO - Posted on 24 August 2017

 

Aezel Jobe F. Panayo receives his diploma from the BSU President Feliciano G. Calora, Jr. during the 92nd Commencement Exercises on July 4, 2017.

The values learned in Benguet State University have made Dr. Aezel Jobe F. Panayo rank seventh in the 2017 Veterinarian Licensure Examination (VLE). Panayo garnered 84.28 %.

“The most important thing I’ve learned in Benguet State University is not about the books that they (the teachers) give but the values that the teachers taught us in our school days”, said Panayo.

Panayo added that his faith and hardwork are the keys to his success.

“I did not expect to be part of the top ten but I did my best to review and also have the time to go to church to ask for blessing before and after the exam”, he said.

Only 391 out of 862 examinees passed the VLE in the Philippines.

“Based on the national passing rate, the exam was really hard. The coverage was really broad that includes topics on exotic and wild animals so these are some of the factors that made it hard not only for me but also to all the board takers”, Panayo affirmed.

Panayo is now applying in a private meat processing company and wants to attest to the BSU’s mission on enhancing food security and sustainable communities.

“I always believe that Benguet State University instilled to their students that we are for the community and public health thus in relation to my profession, I will do my best to represent Benguet State University in providing safe food and meat products to consumer demands”, said Panayo.

Panayo also encourages the students to do their best in everything they do at school and most importantly pray because he believes that values make better people, community and country.

Panayo has been so thankful to his parents, relatives, BSU families, most importantly God, who have been supporting him to be part of the top ten. He is also a scholar of Cordillera Disaster Response Development Service while still in college.

The College of Veterinary Medicine has been consistent in producing topnotchers over the past years. This year, the college has 25 licensed veterinarians as follows:

1. AGUNA, MEBLE GAPACAN

2. ALI, AHMED ABAT

3. ALUMNO, YIFTAH LICDAN

4. ANG, JILLIAN MAE CHAN

5. AQUINO, SAMANTHA PALACI

6. BORDA, CHRISTOPHER BARRIENTOS

7. CAGUAY, JUMA ERNESTO

8. CASUMPANG, REMI JOANNE KIAT-ONG

9. CULATON, ALYSSA GACAYAN

10. DONGGA-AS, CHESTER NGAYA-AN

11. DOYAYAG, URCHRIS OLENG SONGYATEN

12. EMBING, ALECXANDER CEDRIC STEPHEN KJELL JOSE

13. FAGYAN, HEATHER LAXE SUMEDCA

14. GUMUTAB, HEIDE AMANGO

15. JOVELLANOS, AIJELETH SHAMAR COMPAS

16. LACADEN, AVELINE BALDASAN

17. LANGEG, MELVIN EMPESO

18. LUMAYNA, DAVIS DAMOYAN

19. MAYAT-AN, JORDAN MIGUEL

20. PANAYO, AEZEL JOBE FELIPE

21. PINKIHAN, GYDA PAGAL

22. RAMIREZ, BONIFACIO JR MARQUEZ

23. RUIZ, MARIA KATRINA SUAREZ

24. SASA, ALKEN MANUEL

25. TUDLONG, AUDREY LINGAYO SOLIBA

26. VELASCO, LHOREN FAITH POLAWES