710 pass electronics engineering licensure exam; 738 now licensed electronics technicians | Inquirer News

710 pass electronics engineering licensure exam; 738 now licensed electronics technicians

By: - Reporter / @zacariansINQ
/ 12:12 AM November 05, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — A little below half or just a total of 710 out of 1,484 passed the Electronics Engineer Licensure Examination (ECE), while 738 out of 974 passed the Electronics Technician Licensure Examination (ECT), the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced on Thursday.

David XYZ Temple Callena of the University of Southeastern Philippines in Davao City topped the list of ECE passers with a score of 92.80 percent.

In second place is Hashim Monir Mokamad Ambia of the Mindanao State University in General Santos City, with 92.00 percent. He is followed by Kenneth Diaz Chan of the Mapua University-Manila at third place with 91.20 percent.



Meanwhile, in the ECTs, Mark Justine Ramos Cudiamat from University of Batangas got the highest score of 95 percent, followed by a tie at the second spot between two topnotcher in the ECEs — Callena and Chan, who both scored 94 percent.



No universities or institutions, however, topped the exams in terms of school performance in the ECE; while University of Batangas topped the ECT with a passing rate of 88.89 percent (56 out of 63 students), followed by Saint Louis University at 87.88 percent (58 out of 66).

The ECE was conducted from October 24 to 25, while the ECT was held on October 26, at several testing centers located in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Rosales, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.

The full list of passers can be viewed here: 2021 ECE and ECT results

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