Eleven graduates of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) College of Engineering are among the passers of the November 2022 Civil Engineering Licensure Examination.
Based on the official results published by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), 10 of the PLM passers are first-time takers. They are part of 8,029 engineers to receive their professional licenses.
The new licensed civil engineers are Sam Lorenz Abenoja, Karl Kevin Agnas, Lochinvar Aguila, Jr., Pauline Anne Alem, John Emmeth Ardiente, Paulo Gabriel Casco, Adrian Eligino, Cristina Ilao, Christian Louise Magpantay, Justin Christian Mujar, and Dell Bianca Roces.
The University also takes pride in yet another strong showing in board examinations, with PLM mustering a 78.57% passing rate that is well above the national passing rate of 39.34%.
“Congratulations to our new licensed engineers! Your solid performance in the board exam is a testament to the strength of the academic foundations provided by PLM throughout your college years,” University President Emmanuel Leyco said.
“May you use your skills to support nation-building, in keeping with PLM’s commitment to our fellow Filipinos,” he added.
Oath-taking ceremonies for the newly licensed engineers will be arranged by the PRC at a later date.