University of St. La Salle

USLS produces 23 new electronics technicians, 14 electronics engineers

The University of St. La Salle’s College of Engineering and Technology has proudly produced a total of 23 new Electronics Technicians and 14 new Electronics Engineers, as indicated by the results for the April 2024 Electronics Technicians and Electronics Engineers Licensure Examinations released by the Professional Regulation Commission.

USLS achieved an impressive passing rate of 82.14 percent in the Electronics Technicians Licensure exam, surpassing the national average of 72.47 percent. Meanwhile, in the Electronics Engineers board exam, USLS achieved an overall passing rate of 36.84 percent.

Among the new Lasallian electronics technicians are Jan Derick Abay, Alyssa Armea, Zarry Bantillo, Maria Andrea Cañada, Andrew Centena, Krizzanel Cientos, Jason Colinco, Jasi Fernandez, Kylah Lagos, Azazel Lanzar, Carla Larracas, Mary Kate Lojera, Lyzel Macabinta, George Mangayo, Kharl Mañoso, Joshua Marcellana, Thea Mationg, Jean Militante, Vhea Panique, Kent Sagarang, PM Trespeces, Lance Vallega, and Sophie Villanueva.

Similarly, the new Lasallian electronics engineers include Jan Derick Abay, Marley Bilbar, Jason Colinco, Gecar Folio, Adrian Go, Marhinesse Javier, Azazel Lanzar, Kharl Mañoso, Joshua Marcellana, Thea Mationg, John Polvora, Adrianne Saplagio, Kent Sagarang, and PM Trespeces.

The entire Lasallian community extends its sincere congratulations to all the successful passers and the College of Engineering and Technology for another commendable achievement.

This outstanding performance in the licensure examinations demonstrates the University's ongoing commitment to empowering its students and guiding them towards promising futures.


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