Ninety-six (96) out of 97 examinees of the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS), UP Visayas BS Fisheries program passed the October 2017 Fisheries Technologist Licensure Examination with a passing rate of 98.97%, making UPV the only top performing school in the said board exam.
Moreover, seven (7) UPV examinees made it to the top 10. Jerwin G. Baure placed 2nd with a rating of 86.75%, Byrille Tiara M. Galon, 4th place (86.00%), Hazel Coleen G. Gaya, 5th place (85.25%), Michael Andre D. Treyes , 6th place (85.00%), Efren E. Temario, 7th place (84.75%), Paul Filip A. Depra, 8th place (84.50%), and Alvin H. Bantiquete, 9th place (84.25%).
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that 479 out of 1,399 examinees passed the licensure examination. Date and venue for the oath taking ceremony of the successful examinees will be announced later.
The University of the Philippines Alumni Association Capiz Chapter (UPAA-CC) recently convened to solidify their drive to make UPV’s dream ‘Roxas Extension Building a reality.’ The UPAA-CC Annual General Assembly was held last October 7, 2017 at the El Circulo Convention Center, Pueblo de Panay in Roxas City.
Pueblo de Panay Vice Chairperson Ms. Victoria Hariette Ong-Banzon hopes to bring this dream a reality through the support of the alumni. Pueblo de Panay has been a gracious host for UPV events in Roxas. It is but a fitting venue for the Academic Extension Programs.
Two faculty members of the Institute of Aquaculture (IA), College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS), UP Visayas attended a short-term training at the Ocean University of Qingdao, China from September 17 to October 2, 2017.
Ms. Karen Grace Andrino-Felarca and Ms. Mary Grace C. Sedanza participated in the International Training Program on Sustainable Marine Aquaculture Technology sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology of China.
With a 93.75 percent passing rate, the University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban College (UPVTC) continued its strong performance in the recently-concluded Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensure examination.
Thirty graduates of the College’s BS Accountancy program passed the highly-competitive examinations held earlier in October, based on the results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).