The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila takes pride in its newest batch of graduates who secured their respective professional licenses as chemical engineers.
Seven of the eight PLM alumni from the College of Engineering and Technology passed the October 2021 Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination held last week, the results of which were announced Monday, Oct. 11.
They were all first-time takers, yielding a passing rate of 87.50 percent –– well above the overall passing rate of 47.42 percent or 321 passers out of 677 examinees, according to the Professional Regulation Commission.
The newly licensed PLM chemical engineers are Jess Mc Allister Alicando, Erick Kristonne Guy, Vanessa Tricia Wendy Landicho, Crisnuel Ramirez, Aldous Fran Tabuzo, Ma. Patricia Virata, and Maria Lara Angela Yumul.
They all graduated in June 2020.
“We are proud of the newest licensed chemical engineers from the roster of PLM alumni! This is yet another proof of the quality of education which the University provides to our dear students,” PLM President Emmanuel Leyco said. “Forge on and serve the people!”
The PRC has yet to release the date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the examination passers, but said that the registration process to secure professional identification cards and certificates of registration will be done online amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila garnered a passing rate of 87.50 percent –– well above the overall passing rate of 47.42 percent or 321 passers out of 677 examinees, according to the Professional Regulation Commission.