List of Passers: Criminologist Board Exam Results October 2014



Those awaiting results of October 2014 Criminologist board exam may find here the alphabetical list of passers, top 10 (topnotchers), top performing school and performance of schools as the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board of Criminology released results in November 2014.

List of Passers: Criminologist Board Exam Results October 2014


Criminology licensure examination (CLE) was administered in Manila and all regional offices nationwide on October 19-21, 2014. The bulk of examinees were from NCR region followed by Baguio with 4,353 examinees.

The members of the Board of Criminology who gave the exams are Hon. Lourdes W. Aniceto, Chairman and Hon. Ernesto V. Cabrera, Member.

The 3-day exam covered the following subjects: criminal jurisprudence, procedure and evidence, law enforcement administration, criminalistics and crime detection and investigation and sociology of crimes and ethics and correctional administration.

According to PRC, the full results of October 2014 Criminologists board exam will be released on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 or 16 working days after the test. Note that Criminology board exam is one of the biggest licensure examinations in the country being supervised by the PRC.

Meanwhile, Baguio Regional Office (BRO) announced that exam results will be released after 15 working days. Examinees can verify their grades/ratings at www.prc.gov.ph by clicking Online Verification of Ratings (OVR), using their Application Number.

TheSummitExpress and PRC Board News advise examinees to check results between November 10-12, 2014.

In October 2013 exams, results were released in sixteen (16) working days from the last day of examination. PRC named a total of 11,217 out of 24,779 who have passed the Criminologist Licensure Examination.

In April 2014, results were out online after 9 working days. PRC announced that 4,688 out of 13,873 passed the CLE. University of the Cordilleras (For. Baguio C.F) for the 34th time dominated Criminology board exam as it was named the top performing school for its 99.09% passing rate.

Aside from the online availability of results, schedule of registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be announced. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450.

TheSummitExpress will update this site immediately once full results are available online.

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VIDEO: Policewoman belts out "Tukso" on "The Voice of the Philippines" Season 2 Blind Auditions



MANILA, Philippines - ABS-CBN has released a preview (video teasers) of "The Voice of the Philippines" Season 2 Blind Auditions with policewoman belting out “Tukso."

Policewoman belts out "Tukso" on "The Voice of the Philippines" Season 2 Blind Auditions


Female cop named Jannet takes the stage with a powerful rendition of the Eva Eugenio hit song "Tukso." She managed to turn at least one of four chairs though it was not show which coach pushed his or her button.

In another preview, female rocker named Tanya is singing Heart's “What About Love.” It was not shown in the video if she got at least one chair turn.

"The Voice of the Philippines" Season 2 which will premiere Sunday at 8:30 p.m., is hosted by Toni Gonzaga and Luis Manzano, with Alex Gonzaga and Robi Domingo as V Reporters.

Returning as coaches are Lea Salonga, Bamboo Manalac, Sarah Geronimo and Allan "apl.de.ap" Pineda Lindo. The Black Eyed Peas member did not join "The Voice Kids," which, as in the global format, only had three coaches.

The new season will showcase artists with notably refined artistry representing various fields and ages, including a nurse, a bus vendor, a farmer, a chemist, a Zumba instructor, and a former recording artist.

WATCH: The Voice of the Philippines Blind Audition Teaser "Tukso" by Jannet (Season 2)



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"The Voice of the Philippines" Season 2 premieres on Sunday (October 26, 2014)



MANILA, Philippines - The country's leading and Twitter-trending vocal competition “The Voice of the Philippines” is back on its brand new season this Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 8:30 PM on ABS-CBN.

The Voice of the Philippines Season 2 coaches and hosts


The Season 2 of the best singing competition in the country features superstar coaches Apl de Ap, Sarah Geronimo, Bamboo, and Lea Salonga, with the solid team of multi-awarded host Luis Manzano, Robi Domingo, Alex Gonzaga, and the ultimate multimedia star Toni Gonzaga.

“I’m really happy about the hosts of Season 1 and Kids teaming up. Of course, I’m proud to be back too, since this format is really close to my heart. We get to discover more talents and I’m sure it’s going to be an exciting season,” said Toni.

Luis, who hosted “The Voice Kids,” shared that Season 2 brought him a brand-new experience because aside from his regular hosting duties, he also went to different places in the country to personally invite artists to join the blind auditions.

“In ‘The Voice Kids,’ we were very impressed by big voices coming from little children, and that proves that innate talent of Pinoy singers. This season, I got to travel the country and I saw the amazement and joy in each artist when I gave them the envelope. During the blinds, I surprised and checked on some of them. So I got to know their inspirations and motivations,” Luis shared.

In Season 2, coaches Apl, Sarah, Bamboo, and Lea will have to assemble 14 artists to form a team by the end of the blind auditions. The new season will also introduce the ‘steal,’ which will definitely add spice and excitement to the competition.

During the battle rounds, each coach will have to pit two artists against each other and choose only one that will move on to the next round. If a coach likes an artist, he or she can ‘steal’ the losing artist. If two or more coaches like the losing artist, the artist, just like in the blind auditions, gets to choose which coach or team to transfer to.

“This season is going to be more thrilling, and that’s going to fuel an even intense competition among the coaches. Palaban lahat. I’m glad to be of service and show the latest happenings in the program. There are lots of great singers this season,” Robi said.

Robi and Alex will again serve as the program’s V-Reporters, who will deliver online the latest and most significant updates backstage and behind the camera.

Meanwhile, Alex has also been a visibly active singer-performer, which she said helped her in her hosting.

“Actually, singing is also my passion, so I can totally relate to singers and our artists in ‘The Voice.’ It’s just that I have not gotten my big break in singing. As of the moment, I focus on my acting, hosting, and being an author. But I’m not closing my doors,” joked Alex.

To tease viewers, “The Voice” has released videos of two blind audition performances showing a policewoman belting out “Tukso” and a female rocker singing “What About Love.”

The new season will showcase artists with notably refined artistry representing various fields and ages, including a nurse, a bus vendor, a farmer, a chemist, a Zumba instructor, and a former recording artist.

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Lumia 830 arrives in the Philippines, priced at Php18,990 SRP



MANILA, Philippines - Finally, the latest flagship device of Microsoft, the Lumia 830 is available in the country this Friday, October 24, 2014 for Php18,990 SRP.

Lumia 830 no available in the Philippines for Php 18,990 SRP
Lumia 830 no available in the Philippines for Php 18,990 SRP

Affordable Lumia 830 boasts its premium design, superior PureView imaging and integrated Microsoft services. It runs on Windows Phone 8.1 and Lumia innovations such as Wireless Charging, Optimized Image Stabilization and SensorCore.

Here are some of the features of Lumia 830:
  • Lumia 830 captures sharp images with a 10-megapixel PureView camera with ZEISS optics, Rich Recording, and the thinnest optical image stabilization system.
  • Captures expressions and emotions with Living Images. Share it on social networks using Storyteller.
  • The latest version of Windows Phone 8.1 with Lumia Denim, providing faster connections to Notification Center, Live Tiles, and Microsoft Office.
  • Microsoft OneDrive and Microsoft Office with Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint are available.
  • 15GB of OneDrive storage, which securely connects content with friends, family, and colleagues.
  • Apps including Instagram, Adidas miCoach, Vimeo, and Flipboard – plus apps that sync across devices.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, featuring quad-core CPUs at 1.2 GHz, for fast and smooth web browsing, gaming, and overall user experience on a sharp 5-inch ClearBlack display.
  • ‘SensorCore’ low-power motion sensing tracks motion and location even while the phone is 'asleep' in your pocket.

Karel Holub, General Manager, Philippines, Microsoft Mobile Devices Sales: “With PureView imaging, wireless charging and wealth of other great features, the Lumia 830 delivers the best innovations and experiences from our flagship smartphones at a more affordable price, underscoring Microsoft’s commitment to offer a competitive Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone for everyone.”

Lumia 830 with superior PureView imaging
Lumia 830 with superior PureView imaging

The Lumia 830 will be available in a range of colors including bright orange, bright green, white and black.

Official Technical Specifications Summary:

Technical specs Lumia 830



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VIDEO: Pinay teen Marlisa Punzalan is 'X Factor Australia' 2014 Grand Winner



MANILA, Philippines - Filipina teen Marlisa Punzalan was declared grand winner of the highly successful "The X Factor Australia" as announced during the Live Results Decider Night on Monday, October 20, 2014.

Pinay teen Marlisa Punzalan is 'X Factor Australia' 2014 Grand Winner

Punzalan, whose parents are both Filipino based in suburb Mount Druitt in Sydney was the youngest grand champion of the Australian talent search since its run in 2005.


Irish singer Ronan Keating, Punzalan's mentor was extremely proud of her as she has bested Brothers3 and Dean Ray, who were coached by Dannii Minogue and Natalie Bassingwaithe, respectively.

"I'm so proud of her. She's been unbelievable. What a superstar. So deserving for the title," Keating said after the grand announcement.


WATCH: Winner Announcement "The X Factor Australia" 2014 Grand Final Live Decider (video courtesy of J1MZO7)


The young singer also performed a duet with runner-up Dean Ray. It was followed by performances from American superstar Taylor Swift and "Australian Idol" winner Guy Sebastian.

WATCH: Dean Ray and Marlisa Punzalan Duet - Live Grand Final Decider


Marlisa's powerful renditions of The Beatles' "Yesterday" and "Stand By You" on Sunday's performance night boost her chance of winning the singing contest.

Punzalan, which followed the footsteps of "The X Factor Israel" grand winner Rose Fontanes, are the latest Filipinos to make waves in international singing competitions, following the likes of Jessica Sanchez, Jasmine Trias, Madonna Decena, Charlie Green, Cheesa Laureta, and Joseph Apostol.

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