CED produces 10 registered electrical engineers

Karah Jane Sarita

TEN GRADUATES OF the College of Engineering and Design (CED) passed the Electrical Engineer Licensure Examination last Sept. 2-4.
The new registered electrical engineers are the following:
Jerus Vincent E. Agir, Ray Anthony B. Baquial, Frederick M. Cas, Den Lloyd O. Catacutan, Francis Edward G. Ege, Liezl Anne N. Eltanal, Francis Charles Y. Fabre, Dio Am Glad I. Rendal, Gregie Antoni B. Sido, and Yves Reneir D. Tan.
Engr. Jesus G. Amiscaray Jr., CED dean, said that the learning and the delivery of instruction to the students given by the faculty contributed to the success of the passers.
Ege said that Silliman University helped him a lot in becoming a licensed engineer and molded him for the better.
According to Sido, “It’s not easy to pass a licensure examination for electrical engineering. The reality is not everybody is allowed to pass since the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) has their quota, but I know God led me to my success. I can only brag about how good God is in my life. When God requires, He provides.”
Based on the PRC, 2,817 out of 4,115 registered electrical engineers and 2,525 out of 3,709 registered master electricians passed the Electrical Engineer Licensure Examinations.
It was facilitated by the Board of Electrical Engineering in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi and Lucena.

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