Four graduates of the Negros Oriental State University passed the Civil Engineer Licensure Examination, in Cebu City given on May 6 to 7, with a passing rate of 57.14 percent for the school.
The new engineers are Ernie Lumayo Diputado, Kristoffer Lyle Pestaño Gantalao, Celestina Onte Ojano and Lemalyn Dimagnaong Ragasa, NORSU president Henry Sojor said, adding that the university’s rating is higher than the national passing percentage of 34.07 percent.
Out of 3,307 examinees nationwide, 1,130 passed the licensure exam, he said.
Meanwhile, a three-day skills upgrading training for the faculty in industrial technology and engineering of the NORSU system was held recently at the College of Engineering and Architecture on the theme “The Universities and Colleges of Industrial Technology in Response to Calamities”.
The skills training focused on electro pneumatics, purely pneumatics, micro controllers/logic circuit, power generation, refrigeration and air conditioning, and UG NX Software, a press release from the university said.
The training was sponsored by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities of Industrial Technology Inc. NORSU chapter, in cooperation with HAYTEC Power Inc.*RG
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