LATEST NEWS

30 Sillimanians pass Social Workers Board Examination

Francis Ryan Pabiana | News Writer

Silliman University (SU) registers 30 new licensed social workers.

The University’s over-all passing rate is 69.77, higher than the national passing rate of 65.88 percent.

All takers from batch 2017 passed the exam last July, along with takers from other batches.

Out of the 30 successful examinees, 26 were first time takers and four were repeaters.

Congratulations to the following newly licensed Social Workers from SU:

  • Equio-Jamora
  • Airlia Piñero
  • Christine Joy Quismundo
  • Cliff Japhet Café
  • Daisy Jane Acero
  • Ella Jane Sipalay
  • Ethel Catherine Paladar
  • Eunice Lee Tubio
  • Farida Tricia Maceren
  • Gabriel Pacheco
  • Genevie Gealon
  • Ina Marie Nraastasja Rabacal
  • Irish Mae Teves
  • Jacklyn Sontillanosa
  • Jane Lou Cadayona
  • Jeannette Sy
  • Jelyn Mae Dicen
  • Jhennie Limpag
  • Joy Anferne Castañeda
  • Kimchie Dominguez
  • Maria Lisa Balili
  • Mary Claire Sy
  • Mary Gold Valios
  • Michael Atega
  • Monette Guivelondo
  • Rainbee Grace Moro
  • Rhoda Sumagka
  • Shekainah Shamma Santiago
  • Vienice Mae Garciano
  • Yoko Limbaro

There are almost 6000 takers for social work licensure examination last July 2017. Only 3,951 who passed. Serlyn Esquierdo-Sanson, officer-in-charge of the Social Work Department, said their department is very proud of all Sillimanians who passed the exam.

“Though we are quite happy with the results of the examination this year, it is still our major concern on how to improve the overall rating, especially when it comes to the performance of the repeaters” Sanson said.

Leave a comment below

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: