October 2017 NAPOLCOM OLEASS online exam application scheduling system activated



MANILA, Philippines - (UPDATED) The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) activates on Tuesday, August 1, the OnLine Examination Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) for the nationwide conduct of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Entrance and Promotional Examinations on October 22, 2017.

NAPOLCOM activates online scheduling OLEASS for October 2017 PNP exam

The online application schedule is set on August 1–4 for the PNP Entrance exam; August 7–11 for Police Officer (PO) exam; and August 14–18 for Senior Police Officer (SPO); Inspector (INSP) and Superintendent (SUPT) exams.

The OLEASS for October 2017 NAPOLCOM exam shall be available through these links: www.napolcom.gov.ph or www.napolcom-oleass.com.

Here's the summary of important dates for October 2017 NAPOLCOM exams

Examination Date: October 22, 2017 (Sunday)

Period of On-line Application Scheduling for the PNP Entrance Exam: August 1 - 4, 2017 (the system will be available at 12NN August 1, 2017 onwards)

Period of On-line Application Scheduling for the Police Officer Exam: August 7 - 11, 2017 (the system will be available at 12NN August 7, 2017 onwards)

Period of On-line Application Scheduling for the SPO, INSP and SUPT Exam: August 14 - 18, 2017 (the system will be available at 12NN August 14, 2017 onwards)

Period of Filing of Application: August 29 - September 25, 2017

Examination Details: PNP Entrance | Police Officer | SPO, INSP and SUPT

NAPOLCOM Vice-Chairman and Executive Officer Atty. Rogelio T. Casurao said that the OLEASS shall be opened at 12:00 NN onwards on August 1 for the Entrance exam, August 7 for the PO exam and August 14 for the SPO, INSP and SUPT exams.

NOTE: Acceptance of applications shall be on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis and, upon due notice, may be stopped even ahead of the deadline.

“The OLEASS allows entrance exam applicants to choose the examination center where they want to take the exam regardless of their place of residence. But for the promotional exam applicants, the examination center is automatically assigned by the computer system based on the unit/assignment address provided by the police applicants,” Casurao said.

NAPOLCOM said that only applicants with a confirmed scheduled appointment with reference number shall be entertained. The period of filing of application is from August 29 to September 25, 2017.

QUALIFICATIONS

The PNP Entrance Examination is open to all Filipino citizens who are not more than 30 years old, bachelor’s degree holder, and 1.57 meters (female) and 1.62 meters (male) in height.

Police Officers I (PO1) whose appointments are temporary for lack of appropriate eligibility are also required to take the PNP Entrance Examination.

On the other hand, the Promotional Examinations are open exclusively to all qualified uniformed members of the PNP who meet the minimum qualification standards for examination in terms of rank and eligibility.

FORMS

Application forms and index cards can be obtained for free at any NAPOLCOM Regional Office nationwide. They may also be downloaded from www.napolcom.gov.ph.

Download Application Form: Entrance | Promotional
Download Index Card: Entrance | Promotional

REQUIREMENTS

Civilian applicants must bring the printed letter-reply/corresponding reference number confirming the scheduled appointment; two recent, identical and color 1”x1” ID pictures with white background and complete name tag (for PNP members, the name tag should indicate the rank before the name); one legal size window envelope with P17 worth of mailing stamp; transcript of scholastic record with Special Order issued by CHED and diploma; and birth certificate in security paper issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or certified true copy of the birth certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by the PSA. For a PO1 with temporary appointment, a certified true copy of Attested Appointment, Plantilla Appointment or Special Order is also required for submission.

Applicants for the Promotional Examinations should submit the first three requirements mentioned above; a certified true copy of Attested Appointment, Plantilla Appointment or PNP Absorption Order; and a Report of Rating/Certification issued by the NAPOLCOM Central Office, CSC Certificate of Eligibility and/or PRC Board Certificate.

“Only duly accomplished application forms with all the required documents filed personally and received by the NAPOLCOM Regional Office on or before the deadline for filing are accepted. Applications received through postal mail shall not be processed,” Atty. Casurao said.

Applicants who failed in these examinations and decided to apply again for the same test category in the same exam center shall submit only the Admission Slip of the last exam applied for; fill out a new application form and index card with ID pictures; and pay the examination fee.

EXAMINATION FEE

Examination fee is P400 for the PNP Entrance and Police Officer exams; P450 for Senior Police Officer exam; P500 for Police Inspector exam; and P600 for Police Superintendent exam.

COVERAGE OF EXAM

PNP Entrance exam covers the following: General Information (Philippine Constitution and History, Philippine Law and History, Criminal Justice System, Current Events, Social Awareness and Value Judgment); Verbal Reasoning (Vocabulary, Comprehension and Grammar); Quantitative Reasoning (Basic Concepts and Problem Solving Skills) and Logical Reasoning (Verbal and Non-verbal).

Promotional examination tackles questions on general information, police administration, police operations, values and ethical standards. Detailed exam coverage can be found here.

EXAM RESULTS AND UPDATES

The Summit Express, which constantly provides updates for government examinations, will also post on this site the results of October 2017 NAPOLCOM exam. Bookmark this page for regular updates.



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Marian Rivera has a Mega Prime SOUPrise this rainy season



It's a SOUPrisingly good soup to warm you up this rainy season!

Marian Rivera has a Mega Prime SOUPrise this rainy season
Marian Rivera and Chef Nino Logarta (center) introduce new Mega Prime Rainy Day Souprise recipes.
MANILA, Philippines - If cold beverages are the best companions to hot summer days, nothing beats a warm bowl of soup this rainy season. As a well-loved Pinoy comfort food, we cannot help but be reminded of intimate family get-togethers, mom’s delicious home-cooked meals and happy conversations around the dining table.

Among the many soup dishes, nothing can come close to the goodness of classic vegetable soups. With Mega Global Corporation’s canned vegetable line- Mega Prime Quality, new and easy-to-cook soup recipes were introduced recently at the Enderun McKinley Hill in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.

“We believe that rainy days are opportunities to foster closer family ties through good food, particularly a hot and hearty bowl of soup. To give them more recipe options, we are introducing new soup recipes using Mega Prime Mushrooms,” said Raymund Alegre, Brand Manager of Mega Prime and New Product Developments.

“For every Prime Mom’s soup recipe, we have the Mega Prime Mushroom line that is a versatile ingredient that they can use to make their dishes more appetizing and hearty- making them savvy chefs of their own households.”

Dubbed as “Rainy Day SOUPrise,” the event featured a cooking demo by Chef Nino Logarta and Prime Mom Marian Rivera where they prepared a soup dish using Mega Prime Mushrooms.

Marian Rivera and Chef Nino Logarta

Marian Rivera Mega Prime

Alongside the cooking demo, the event also served as an avenue for the attendees to showcase their culinary talents. It featured the Mega Prime Mystery Box Challenge that pitted four, pre-selected teams, who prepared their own version of a Mega Prime Mushroom recipe.

Mega Prime Quality products are made with real, high-quality ingredients, which makes every soup dish richer and more flavorful. It is the ideal partner of moms as it makes cooking one-step easier since they all come in easy-open cans.

Mega Prime mushrooms

Behind every Prime Mom throughout the years, Mega Global Corp., a leading manufacturer of high-quality canned goods, continues to strengthen family relationships as it brings out not only the best soup dishes and recipes but also, the most noteworthy conversations during every salu-salo.



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Jona Soquite is The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Champion



MANILA, Philippines - Jona Marie Soquite of Team Sarah was named the first-ever grand champion of "The Voice Teens," the hit singing reality show announced during the results night on Sunday, July 30.

Jona Soquite is The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Champion
Photo Credit: Screenshot from The Voice Teens YouTube channel
Jona, who sang "I Believe I Can Fly" in the power ballad round, garnered the highest percentage of combined text and online votes, 44.78%, to beat other three artists - Mica Becerro of Team Lea, Isabela Vinzon of Team Bamboo and Jeremy Glinoga of Team Sharon.

Mica, Isabela and Jeremy got 17.79%, 22.42% and 15.01% of the votes, respectively.

WATCH: The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finale: Jona Soquite - "I Believe I Can Fly"


Jona brings home a fashion package, a business package, a dental service package, P1 million cash, P1 million worth of trust fund, P2 million life insurance plan, and a brand new house and lot.

"Sobra akong proud sa iyo. Dicipline and humility are true traits of a champion," Coach Sarah told Jona.

The contesera artist is driven by her dream to provide a new home for her family who lives by a river. She used everything her singer father and coach Sarah have taught her in order to win.

The youngest artist in the competition, Jona has already shown she does not back down from any challenge by performing songs that showcase her versatility. The Tabing Ilog Sweetheart of Davao has also consistently received praises for her heartfelt singing.



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LIVESTREAM: The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finals



MANILA, Philippines - The first-ever grand champion of "The Voice Teens" Philippines will be named tonight, July 30, at the ABS-CBN Studio in Quezon City. Those who will not be able to watch on TV may view online through the official livestream video of the results night.

The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finals Top 4
Photo Credit: The Voice Teens/ABS-CBN Entertainment
Viewers are set to choose who among Team Lea’s Mica Becerro, Team Sarah’s Jona Soquite , Kamp Kawayan’s Isabela Vinzon, and Team Sharon’s Jeremy Glinoga will be hailed the season’s winner.

The champion will bring home a fashion package, a business package, a dental service package, P1 million cash, P1 million worth of trust fund, P2 million life insurance plan, and a brand new house and lot.

WATCH: The Voice Teens Philippines Livestream for July 30, 2017 (broadcast will start at 7 pm)


NOTE: Filipinos overseas can also watch it live on tfc.tv/Voice.

READHow to vote for The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finals

On Saturday's live performance night, the four artists battled in the duet with their coach and an upbeat performance rounds of the competition.

Coach Sarah and Jona sang Dianne Reeves' "Better Days," which received good remarks from netizens.

Coach Lea and Mica had the 'best duet of the night' as they sang Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli's "The Prayer."

The soothing and lovely voices of Coach Sharon Cuneta and her bet Jeremy Glinoga prevailed on the ultimate showdown, as they sang "I'll Never Love This Way Again."

Meanwhile, Coach Bamboo and Isabela impressed the viewers with their version of "Kapayapaan."

Mica, Jona, Jeremy and Isabela will clash one more time in the power ballad round that will be their finale song.

Public votes - text and Google - will be combined for the two-day round of competition to determine the next singing superstar.

Who's your bet to win the much-coveted The Voice Teens title? Tell us your thoughts.



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#WalangPasok: August 1, 4, 11, 15, 16, 18, 25, 2017 special holiday declared in selected areas



MANILA, Philippines - Aside from the widely published list of holidays in the country, the Malacañang Palace has also declared special non-working holiday in selected areas for the celebration of local events. As announced, there will no classes and work for specific day on the following dates: August 1,3,4,10,11,15,16,18,19, 22,25,30, 2017.

#WalangPasok: August 1, 4, 11, 15, 16, 18, 25, 2017 special holiday

Local holidays were proclaimed by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte through Executive Secretary Salvador C. Medialdea.

READ: Holidays, Observances in the Philippines for 2017

Proclamation numbers 253, 262, 265 to 268 and 271 to 280 declare special non-working day in the following areas: Kawit, Cavite; Kapalong, Davao del Norte; Compostela, Compostela Valley; Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat; San Pascual, Batangas; Cabuyao, Laguna; Gumaca, Quezon; Samar Province; Bulacan Province; Tuguegarao City; Naga City; Davao City; Angono, Rizal; Liloy, Zamboanga del Norte; Iloilo City and Isulan, Sultan Kudarat.

Observances and celebrations include foundation day, cityhood anniversary and festival. Note that such holidays are applicable only to the immediate area concerned.

Proclamation No. 253: Celebration of 80th Charter Day in the City of Iloilo on Friday, August 25.

Proclamation No. 262: Celebration of Lorenzo Tanada Sr. Day in Gumaca, Quezon on Thursday, August 10.

Proclamation No. 265: Kawit Day (Cavite) celebration on Tuesday, August 1.

Proclamation No. 266: Celebration of 69th Foundation Day and 11th Buganihan Festival of Compostela, Compostela Valley on Tuesday, August 1.

Proclamation No. 267: Celebration of 5th Cityhood Anniversary of Cabuyao City, Laguna on Friday, August 4.

Proclamation No. 268: Celebration of Foundation Day of the Province of Bulacan on Tuesday, August 15.

Proclamation No. 271: Celebration of 69th Foundation Day of the Municipality of Kapalong, Davao del Norte on Tuesday, August 1.

Proclamation No. 272: Celebration of Pavvurulun "Afi" Festival of the city of Tuguegarao on Wednesday, August 16.

Proclamation No. 273: Celebration of Kadayawan Festival in Davao City on Friday, August 18.

Proclamation No. 274: Commemoration of death anniversary of former Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Jesse M. Robredo, who was died in a tragic plane accident, on August 18. Special non-working holiday declared in Naga City, where he is considered one of the local heroes due to his dedication serving as Mayor from 1988 to 1998 and 2001 to 2010.

Proclamation No. 275: Province of Samar commemoration of independence from Leyte and Cebu on Friday, August 11.

Proclamation No. 276: Celebration of 66th Foundation Anniversary in the city of Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat on Thursday, August 3.

Proclamation No. 277: Celebration of 48th Foundation Day of the Municipality of San Pascual, Batangas on Friday, August 4.

Proclamation No. 278: Angono Rizal's signing of its independence from the municipality of Binangonan on Saturday, August 19.

Proclamation No. 279: Celebration of 66th Foundation Day in the Municiplaity of Liloy, Zamboanga del Norte on Tuesday, August 22.

Proclamation No. 280: Celebration of 60th Foundation Day and 6th Humungaya Festival in the Municipality of Isulan, Sultan Kudarat on Wednesday, August 30.

Special Holiday Area Celebration
August 1 (Tuesday) Kawit, Cavite Kawit Day
August 1 (Tuesday) Kapalong, Davao del Norte 69th Foundation Day
August 1 (Tuesday) Compostela, Compostela Valley 69th Foundation Day and 11th Buganihan Festival
August 3 (Thursday) Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat 66th Foundation Anniversary
August 4 (Friday) San Pascual, Batangas 48th Foundation Day
August 4 (Friday) Cabuyao, Laguna 5th Cityhood Anniversary
August 10 (Thursday) Gumaca, Quezon Lorenzo Tanada Sr. Day
August 11 (Friday) Samar Province Declaration of Independence from Leyte and Cebu
August 15 (Tuesday) Bulacan Province Foundation Day
August 16 (Wednesday) Tuguegarao City Pavvurulun Afi Festival
August 18 (Friday) Naga City Death anniversary of former DILG Sec. Jesse Robredo
August 18 (Friday) Davao City Kadayawan Festival
August 19 (Saturday) Angono, Rizal Independence from the municipality of Binangonan
August 22 (Tuesday) Liloy, Zamboanga del Norte 66th Foundation Day
August 25 (Friday) Iloilo City 80th Charter Day
August 30 (Wednesday) Isulan, Sultan Kudarat 60th Foundation Day and 6th Humungaya Festival


Malacañang Palace said that it is proper that the people on the said areas be given full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.

As defined in the Administrative Code of 1987, Book III, Chapter 2, Section 4, Proclamations are "acts of the President fixing a date or declaring a status or condition of public moment or interest, upon the existence of which the operation of a specific law or regulation is made to depend, shall be promulgated in proclamations which shall have the force of an executive order."



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'Bagyong Huaning' PAGASA weather update July 30, 2017



MANILA, Philippines - A tropical storm with international name "Haitang" has entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) and was named "Huaning," state weather bureau PAGASA announced in its 11:00 am bulletin on Sunday, July 30, 2017.

'Bagyong Huaning' PAGASA weather update July 30, 2017

At 10:00 a.m. today, the center of 'Bagyong Huaning' was estimated based on all available data at 250 km West of Basco, Batanes (20.2°N, 119.6°E).

The eight cyclone to enter PAR this year has maximum sustained winds of up to 75 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 90 kph. It is forecast to move Northeast at 22 kph.

Tropical cyclone warning signal (TCWS) No. 1 (30-60 kph expected in 36 hours) was raised in six areas: Batanes, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Apayao, Abra and Northwestern Cagayan including Babuyan Group of Islands.

Impacts of the wind:

  • Very light or no damage to low risk structures,
  • Light damage to medium to high risk structures
  • Slight damage to some houses of very light materials or makeshift structures in exposed communities. Some banana plants are tilted, a few downed and leaves are generally damaged
  • Twigs of small trees may be broken.
  • Rice crops, however, may suffer significant damage when it is in its flowering stage.


Wave Height: (Open Sea) 1.25-4.0 meters.

The estimated rainfall amount is from moderate to heavy within the 500 km diameter of the Tropical Storm.

tropical storm Huaning track

Same with the previous storm Gorio, 'Bagyong Huaning' will continue to enhance the Southwest Monsoon which will bring moderate to occasionally heavy rains over the western section of Northern and Central Luzon. Residents in these areas are alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides.

Sea travel remains risky over the seaboards of Northern Luzon and the western seaboard of Central Luzon.

"Huaning" is expected to make landfall over Southern Taiwan tonight.



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VIDEO: Coach Sarah and Jona sing "Better Days" on The Voice Teens Grand Finals



MANILA, Philippines - Coach Sarah Geronimo and her bet Jona Marie Soquite mesmerized the viewers and judges with their duet performance on "The Voice Teens" Grand Finals on Saturday, July 29.

Coach Sarah and Jona sing "Better Days" on The Voice Teens Grand Finals
Screenshot from YouTube video/ The Voice Teens Philippines.
Coach Sarah and Jona sang Dianne Reeves' "Better Days," capturing the better chance to win the title.

"Great song choice. I enjoyed watching this. That was sweet. And Jona, the clean delivery, that's your strength," Coach Bamboo said.

"Wow. Pet-ma-lu as in malupet. Kitang-kita ang development mo. You came to play and that was awesome," Coach Lea Salonga commented.

WATCH: The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finale: Coach Sarah and Jona - "Better Days" (video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


RELATED PERFORMANCES

Aside from Jona, Isabela Vinzon from Kamp Kawayan, Jeremy Glinoga from Team Sharon Cuneta and Mica Becerro of Team Lea Salonga are hoping to be named the first-ever "The Voice Teens" Grand Champion.

READ: How to vote for The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finals

Finalists also battle for upbeat performance, and a power ballad that will be their finale song.

WATCH: Jona Soquite "Just Dance" Upbeat performance


Who will bring home a fashion package, a business package, a dental service package, P1 million cash, P1 million worth of trust fund, P2 million life insurance plan, and a brand new house and lot?

The winner will be announced on Sunday, July 30.



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VIDEO: Coach Sharon and Jeremy's "lovely voice" prevails on Voice Teens Grand Finals



MANILA, Philippines - The soothing and lovely voices of Coach Sharon Cuneta and her bet to win the first-ever "The Voice Teen" grand champion Jeremy Glinoga prevailed on the ultimate showdown on Saturday, July 29.

Coach Sharon and Jeremy's lovely voice prevails on Voice Teens Grand Finals

Coach Sharon and Jeremy sang Dionne Warwick's "I'll Never Love This Way Again" in the duet with the coach round of the grand finals.

"That was lovely and pleasant. The night is long. For me it's lovely but I wanted more," Coach Lea Salonga said.

"Para sa akin napaka-sincere ng performance ni Coach Sharon and Jeremy. Si Jeremy, very talented and good-looking young man," Coach Sarah Geronimo said.

WATCH: The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finale: Coach Sharon & Jeremy - "I'll Never Love This Way Again" (video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


RELATED PERFORMANCES

Aside from Jeremy, Isabela Vinzon from Kamp Kawayan, Jona Marie Soquite from Team Sarah Geronimo and Mica Becerro of Team Lea Salonga are hoping to be named the first-ever "The Voice Teens" Grand Champion.

READ: How to vote for The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finals

Finalists also battle for upbeat performance, and a power ballad that will be their finale song.

WATCH: Jeremy Glinoga "Superstition" Upbeat performance


Who will bring home a fashion package, a business package, a dental service package, P1 million cash, P1 million worth of trust fund, P2 million life insurance plan, and a brand new house and lot?

The winner will be announced on Sunday, July 30.



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VIDEO: Coach Lea and Mica sing "The Prayer" on The Voice Teens Grand Finals



MANILA, Philippines - Lea Salonga and finalist Mica Becerro wowed with their duet with the coach performance during the grand finals performance night on Saturday, July 29.

Coach Lea and Mica sing "The Prayer" on The Voice Teens Grand Finals
Screenshot from YouTube video/ The Voice Teens
Coach Lea and Mica had the 'best duet of the night' as they sang Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli's "The Prayer."

"Grabe, gusto ko maiyak after ng performance. Sobra akong maiinggit. Kasi perfect. Si Mica naman, wala akong ibang maisip na ibang artist who is best to represent Team Lea," Coach Sarah has commented.

"What a performance. That was beautiful. Congratulations sa inyong dalawa," Coach Bamboo said.

"Ako, gusto ko sumali kahit third voice. Coach Lea kasi complementing the voice of Mica. Talagang napakaganda ng pagka-kanta mo Mica," Coach Sharon told the duo.

WATCH: The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finale: Coach Lea and Mica - "The Prayer" (video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


RELATED PERFORMANCES

Aside from Mica, Isabela Vinzon from Kamp Kawayan, Jona Marie Soquite from Team Sarah Geronimo and Jeremy Glinoga of Team Sharon Cuneta is hoping to be named the first-ever "The Voice Teens" Grand Champion.

READ: How to vote for The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finals

Finalists also battle for upbeat performance and a power ballad that will be their finale song.

WATCH: Mica Becerro "Diva Dance" Upbeat performance


Who will bring home a fashion package, a business package, a dental service package, P1 million cash, P1 million worth of trust fund, P2 million life insurance plan, and a brand new house and lot?

The grand winner will be announced on Sunday, July 30.



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VIDEO: Coach Bamboo and Isabela sing "Kapayapaan" on The Voice Teens Grand Finals



MANILA, Philippines - Bamboo Mañalac with his bet Isabela Vinzon impressed the viewers on their duet with the coach performance during the grand finals performance night on Saturday, July 29.

Coach Bamboo and Isabela sing "Kapayapaan" on The Voice Teens Grand Finals
Screenshot from YouTube video/ The Voice Teens
Coach Bamboo and Isabela kicked off the grand showdown round as they sang "Kapayapaan."

"Tamang-tama lang kasi babae siya na nagra-rock. Kitang-kita mo ang contrast. That was great!," Coach Sharon has commented.

"That was a great way to start this grand finals. You are one of my favorites. Ang galing mo lang and you stay true to your self and ang galing mo lang," Coach Lea Salonga said.

"Grabe lang, ibang experience whenever nagpeperform si coach Bamboo. Very contrast kayo," Coach Sarah Geronimo told them.

WATCH: The Voice Teens Philippines Finale: Coach Bamboo & Isabela "Kapayapaan" (video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


RELATED PERFORMANCES

Aside from Isabela, Mica Becerro from Lea Salonga, Jona Marie Soquite from Team Sarah Geronimo and Jeremy Glinoga of Team Sharon Cuneta are also hoping to be named the first-ever "The Voice Teens" Grand Champion.

READ: How to vote for The Voice Teens Philippines Grand Finals

Finalists also battle for upbeat performance, and a power ballad that will be their finale song.

WATCH: Isabela Vinzon "Despacito" Upbeat performance


Who will bring home a fashion package, a business package, a dental service package, P1 million cash, P1 million worth of trust fund, P2 million life insurance plan, and a brand new house and lot?

The winner will be announced on Sunday, July 30.



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Amazon founder becomes world’s richest person for less than a day



Microsoft founder Bill Gates has just been unseated by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos as Forbes magazine’s world’s richest person.

But not for too long as the 53-year-old businessman’s stint as the wealthiest individual on Earth ended as Amazon’s stock goes down by 2 percent in after-hours trading due to earnings miss. Less than 24 hours after he became world’s richest person, Bezos was back at second place, while Gates hold onto the title.

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos
PHOTO CREDIT: The Verge
Earlier, Bezos, with a net worth of $90.5 billion, has overtaken Gates in the magazine’s real time tracking of personal fortunes. The increase in the share price of the US tech giant allowed Bezos to top the magazine’s annual rankings.

Amazon shares have increased up to 1.7% at $1070.72 and were up by about 24% for the past four months. As a result, a total of $17 billion was added to Bezos’ net worth.

Currently, Bezos owns 17 percent of the equity of Amazon. Through the years, the online retailer giant transformed into a diversified tech firm in artificial intelligence, computing hardware, online video, as well as cloud computing. Amazon has recently revealed its plans to acquire US grocer Whole Foods.

Aside from Amazon, Bezos also owns a private space firm called Blue Origin and the Washington Post newspaper.

Although Bezos didn’t last the day as the wealthiest man, he is expected to take the title from Gates more permanently in the next days or weeks. In that case, Bezos will become the first man to knock Gates from his perch in seven years and the sixth man to hold the “richest person” title in the past 30 years.

For the past four years, Gates has consistently been named the richest person by Forbes’ magazine. The billionaire-philanthropist also secured the top spot 18 times for the past 22 years. It was Mexican telecom magnate Carlos Slim who snatched the title from Gates from 2010 to 2013.

-- Mini, The Summit Express



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100,000 Filipino nurses wanted in UK, UAE



MANILA, Philippines - Recruiters from the United Kingdom (UK) and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have recently announced that they are in need of at least 100,000 Filipino registered nurses to fill the increasing demand for health care workers in their countries.

Both countries prefer Filipino nurses because of their skills, attitude and values when it comes to work.

100,000 Filipino nurses wanted in UK, UAE
PHOTO CREDIT: SunStar
Vacancies in UK due to Brexit

In the United Kingdom, there are about 80,000 vacancies for registered nurses as a result of the Brexit. Many of their nurses are either retiring or returning back to their home countries, according to Kings Commercial recruitment chief Matthew Richards.

Richards disclosed that one-third of their nursing population will be retiring or leaving the occupation in the next 15 years. However, they find it difficult to entice people into the nursing profession because of political influences such as Brexit.

He added that most British hospitals opt to hire Filipino workers because of their talent in tending to patients.

“Nurses in the Philippines have a general caring nature, provide a high level of empathy and compassion towards patients,” Richards explained.

Nurses in the UK earn about P110,000 monthly. Employers usually shoulder flights to the UK, accommodation and meal vouchers. Pinoy nurses also get 27-day leaves to travel back to the Philippines or visit other countries.

In addition, registered nurses in the UK can bring their families with them and have access to free health care and education provided that they can show evidence that he or she can support the family.

Interested applicants must take English language proficiency tests and practical examinations. Moreover, they need to adjust to the British nursing culture, which is evidence-based nursing.

Growing healthcare market in UAE

Meanwhile, at least 20,000 registered nurses will be hired in Dubai alone as the emirate intends to open 15 more hospitals in the next three years.

Human Resource Director Vijaya Sen told ABS-CBN News:“Filipino nurses have the required skills, they are very good in com.”munication. It is an inherent quality to be courteous and caregiving comes naturally to them.”

Nurses in Dubai have a starting salary of P100,000 monthly, which is tax-free. Some established hospitals offer free accommodation as well as guaranteed salary increments every two years. Migrant workers are give 30-day annual leave, sick leaves, and overtime pay.

She added: “Filipino nurses wont have a hard time adjusting in the AUE because language is not difficult to know. The language that is commonly used is English. The country embraces all faiths and religions.”

-- Mini, The Summit Express



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FULL RESULTS: July 2017 Master Plumber board exam passers, topnotchers



MANILA, Philippines - The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) officially announced on Friday, July 28, the full results including the list of passers, topnotchers and performance of schools for July 2017 Master Plumber board exam.

A total of 798 out of 3,141 (25.41%) passed the Master Plumber Licensure Examination given by the Board for Master Plumbers in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi and Tacloban.

The members of the Board for Master Plumbers who gave the licensure examination are Engr. Valentino M. Mangila, Chairman; Engr. Pedrito D. Camilet, Jr. and Arch. Prospero A. Abellano, Members.

The results were released in three (3) working days after the last day of examination.

Mapua Institute of Technology (MIT) - Manila graduate Kim Aldrin Sarra Mejia topped the board with 82.20%.

It was followed by Richard San Luis Garcia from Technological University of the Philippines (TUP) - Manila and Jerod Bariquit Ravago of University of San Carlos (USC), both having 81.60.

Albe Cantor Solano, University of Nueva Caceres (UNC) alum ranked third with 80.90.
Top 10 master plumber july 2017

Malayan Colleges Laguna and University of the Philippines (UP) - Diliman were named as the top performing schools as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010: WITH 5 OR MORE EXAMINEES AND WITH AT LEAST 80% PASSING PERCENTAGE.

Master Plumber top performing schools
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
MASTER PLUMBER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JULY 24 & 25, 2017 Page: 2 of 17
Released on JULY 28, 2017
Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABALOS, EUNICE SARADAT
2 ABANDO, CARL LOUIE DEL ROSARIO
3 ABANGAN, ASHLEY VILLARICO
4 ABANGAN, JADE FRANZ TIBOR
5 ABAS, JOHAMIN MAMASALABO
6 ABELLO, PABLO FETALCURIN
7 ABERGAS, MARK GUILLER SALVADOR
8 ABRERA, MARCELO JR TANGPUZ
9 ABROGINA, PATRICIA YSABELLE ESPORLAS
10 ACANTILADO, DENNIS CLYDE GAMIAO
11 ACIDO, TERENCIO JR LOPEZ
12 ACLAN, ANGELICA SORIANO
13 ACOSTA, HENRY OLAYRES
14 ACUÑA, ANNA TRICIA LEE
15 ADAN, MEA ADELINE DIMAALA
16 ADLAO, JEREMIAH CYRUS SOLEDAD
17 ADVINCULA, LIONEL GARCIA
18 AGCOPRA, JONATHAN PAGARAN
19 AGGASID, ANGELICO MANGUBAT
20 AGLANAO, REINALYN MEJIA
21 AGOJO, MARK DAVE BOA
22 AGUSTIN, JEROME MANAHAN
23 AKUTSU, AINYR FERNANDEZ
24 ALEJANDRO, GERARD SILVESTRE
25 ALESNA, HEALTHENE JOY FAMILARA
26 ALFANTE, KENT CAÑADA
27 ALFONSO, FERNANDO DOMINIC CUNANAN
28 ALIB, RENZ DOMINIC CLAVERIA
29 ALIGORA, JEFFREY MACATANGAY
30 ALMENDRAL, FELIX FRANCISCO POTENCIANO
31 ALVAREZ, JOHN CEEDEE MORONG
32 ALVAREZ, KLINT PAUL CAGOMOC
33 ALVARO, TIM JOSEPH DAVID
34 ALZAGA, AARON MARICUELO
35 AMADOR, ADRIAN AQUINO
36 AMANTILLO, OLIVER POCDOL
37 AMBROY, RIO JAIRUS FERNANDEZ
38 ANDIANO, ROMUALDO LIMBASAN
39 ANDRADE, FERDINAND DELGADO
40 ANDRES, JANINE JOY FERNANDEZ
41 ANGELES, ALYSSA ROSE SOLIS
42 ANONUEVO, ERNESTINE JOB REYES
43 ANTIPUESTO, MARISTER RAMIREZ
44 APIGO, ANGELICA FELIZ DE ALVA
45 APUSEN, SHEILA MAE CAMANO
46 AQUINO, KENNETH JOHN ANCHETA
47 AQUINO, MARVIN BUENO
48 AQUINO, MICKO ANGELO RAMIREZ
49 AQUINO, MON ALDRIN ESPIRITU
50 AQUINO, SARAH CHELL AGUAS
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51 AQUINO, STEFFANIE NOGRALES
52 ARADA, JOAO ANTONIO HUERTAS
53 ARADO, CARL SHERWIN LICAYAN
54 ARANAS, RODOLFO III DANDUAN
55 ARANDIA, ERWIN VALENCIA
56 ARBUTANTE, JASPER JESS RAMIL
57 ARDIENTE, FRANCIS IAN MAÑUS
58 ARELLANO, ALYSSA ASHRA REA
59 ARELLANO, FRANCIS AGUEDAN
60 ARGANA, MARK EDWARD BALEDA
61 ARMENIO, RANDELL CASTRENCE
62 ARZADON, MARK JOSEPH LANUZA
63 ASEDILLO, KIM BERNADETH TADIQUE
64 ASON, LOUISE MICHELLINE GILLE
65 ATAJAR, LORENZ MAGALLANES
66 ATANACIO, NORMAN JR FUNTALBA
67 ATIAN, LYSA JANE DOCOT
68 ATIVO, CRIS CEZAR PABILONA
69 AUSTRIA, JERIC TORIO
70 AUSTRIA, MARVIN JAY DELA CRUZ
71 AVANCEÑA, AUGUSTO ALANO
72 AVILA, KEITH DOMINICK ARAÑAS
73 AYSON, JANNE KEVIN PANGILINAN
74 BACANI, MARK JHON LLOYD III BUENAOBRA
75 BACQUEL, AMERODDIN ISIK
76 BAGAY, JURIEVE ROSLIN
77 BAGNOL, RAQUEL ANGELICA RESURRECCION
78 BAGUIO, MARY FAITH BLANCO
79 BALANE, RALPH EMMERSON BUENSALIDA
80 BALANQUIT, JULIA NICOLE PANGANIBAN
81 BALCE, RICKY DASCO
82 BALIOLA, DONNA VIDA JUMAWID
83 BALIQUIA, JEREME DUQUE
84 BALMACEDA, REY TUAZON
85 BALUYOT, JUAN CARLO RABINO
86 BAMBICO, PAOLO RICCI RANAY
87 BANAC, JAYFLORD ABUCAY
88 BANDIGAN, ALJID MAGDOBOY
89 BANGOY, JAYLOR ANZURES
90 BARBOSA, NOVAE SHEEN PELONGCO
91 BARCENA, CHARLES GATAN
92 BARDON, ORLANDO BURO
93 BARLISO, LORETO JR LANGOMEZ
94 BARREDO, MICHELLE ANTHEA CORTEZ
95 BARRION, PATRICIA ROWENDA DE LA ROSA
96 BASAN, ROEL JOHN EDRICK TORRICO
97 BATINGAL, MARIANNE LIGAN
98 BATUAMPAR, SOMAYYAH SARIGIDAN
99 BAUTISTA, ALEXANDER JORDAN DORIA
100 BAUTISTA, JOHN RAPH LUIGI SABIDURIA
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101 BAUTISTA, ULYSSES DAKILA MABALOT
102 BAYOGO, JULIVEN TIGLEY
103 BAÑAGA, MICHAEL HERNANDEZ
104 BEBANCO, JEMAR BORJA
105 BEBANIA, MARK ANTHONY BAUTISTA
106 BEHIK, ARIS SUNGA
107 BELEN, PAUL ZYMON SABATER
108 BELMES, ERNESTO BEJARIN
109 BELOTINDOS, ALDEAH MAE BULAONG
110 BELOY, RENIE JAY SANCHEZ
111 BELTRAN, JULIUS CEASAR GULANG
112 BENEDICTO, MARTIN YMANOL GRANT RICAFRENTE
113 BENITO, EMEL KEN DY
114 BENTULAN, KIMWEL JOHN HURBODA
115 BERNAL, ROLANDO JR RECALDE
116 BERNIL, EMMAN RUEL CASAS
117 BIEN, KRIZEL CASTELO
118 BIGTAS, MATTHEW ADAWAG
119 BINGABING, LAURICE ANN OBUSAN
120 BISNAR, WILFREDO NUEVAS
121 BONA, DANIEL NEPOMUCENO
122 BONGOLAN, MICHAEL LOUIS LABAGNOY
123 BONZA, ERRYL ALAY
124 BRILLANTE, RALPH KENNETH VILLANUEVA
125 BRILLANTES, MARK LYNDON DERLA
126 BRIOL, RICARTE BOLON
127 BRITO, MARY JOYCE ONG
128 BUCAG, MARIA VERONICA ISMA
129 BUENAAGUA, JUAN PAULO PONAYA
130 BUKAS, SANUEL QUEJANO
131 BUNOLNA, SENEN BUHWILON
132 BURIGSAY, NELSON JR CRISTOBAL
133 BUSAL, MITRA AGGAL
134 BUSTAMANTE, NATHAN PAUL UMIPIG
135 CAADAN, MOISES JR BAZARTE
136 CAAYON, ALEX ORNOPIA
137 CABAHUG, LYNDON JOHN BALDERAMA
138 CABALLERO, MA STEPHANIE BUARAO
139 CABALLERO, VINCENT ARDNIE BACUS
140 CABALQUINTO, RAS ASLIY CAMPOSANO
141 CABANGANGAN, JOWELL TORONON
142 CABANILLA, ROGELIO TOMAS
143 CABERO, PAUL VINCY ANTONIO
144 CABIGON, FROILAN ALQUEZA
145 CABILLANES, ROGER PAÑA
146 CABORNAY, AARON CHRISTIAN BUCUD
147 CABRAS, ADONIS CABRERA
148 CABUGOS, JULIE FE ADVINCULA
149 CACHO, MARC FERDINAND JABONETE
150 CADELINIA, LUKE DONALD GARCIA
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151 CADIGAL, JOVITO ANNE V YAP
152 CADUNGOG, NIEL CADILIG
153 CAGUIOA, MARK ANTHONY GUIRALDO
154 CAHANAP, NEIL PARATE
155 CAHATIAN, JOSEPH JOHN ORODIO
156 CAINGCOY, ALEXANDER PINILI
157 CAJA, HIPOLITO ERICSON YULO
158 CAJAYON, EMMALYN FORNOLES
159 CALANOG, JOHN LEX ORDEZ
160 CALINAWAN, ALDRICH BATOMALAQUE
161 CALOZA, JOHN CARLO SALIVIO
162 CALSIYAO, FAITHE SAD-ANG
163 CAMINO, RAYMART ANOS
164 CAMORA, SEAN VICTOR GLOBIO
165 CAMPANO, JESRIEL ABAD
166 CANAPI, CHRISTOPHER LANCE ESPINOSA
167 CANCINO, JEFFERSON MONDERO
168 CANDELARIA, RACHELL ANN
169 CANOPIN, KEVIN GERARD CUBOL
170 CANOVAS, JONNEL DAVID ESTEBAN
171 CANTILA, KENNY BACARA
172 CANULLAS, ENRICO BAES
173 CAONG, KLAUS NIKO BARBARONA
174 CAPAL, ANNABELLE SINOGBA
175 CAPUYO, MICHAEL DUMANGENG
176 CARBONILLA, MARK EZEKIEL SUPATAN
177 CARODAN, JONNEL TORREMILLANO
178 CARPIO, PRUDY LYN PRESBITERO
179 CARUDIN, AR-RASHID CLEVEN DADOR
180 CASALME, JESSE LANDAGAN
181 CASEÑAS, JORGE RANA
182 CASTAÑEDA, RICA JALYSSA GOMEZ
183 CASTAÑEDA, WILJOREL RESQUER
184 CASTILLO, AGNES EVASCO
185 CASTILLO, ALLEAH DEL ROSARIO
186 CASTILLO, EMMANUEL SELICIA
187 CASTILLO, MELCHOR ALMORADIE
188 CASTILLON, BONIFACIO JR FUENTES
189 CASTILLON, GLODIL MAAMBONG
190 CASTRO, JAN CARLO MARCELO
191 CASTRO, PATRICK JAZE QUIAMBAO
192 CASULLA, KRIZZEL FAITH MORADA
193 CASULLA, RALFE CEDRIC GUAZON
194 CATALAN, EVAN UNDALOK
195 CATAMA, JOSE JR PADLAN
196 CATANGHAL, JOHN ACE BAUTISTA
197 CATARAJA, JIMBO TAUTOAN
198 CATUBAG, JEE GUILLER BADILLA
199 CELIS, MATTHEW LOUISE CALALANG
200 CELIZ, JOHN CHRISTIAN REY FABOR
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201 CEREZO, IVAN JUDE ELLA
202 CHACON, VHAN ALLAN LARGO
203 CHAVEZ, JERVIC CHRISTOPHER AYA-AY
204 CHUA, CRIS CHRISTOPHERSON UY
205 CIRIACO, DENNIS LLENA
206 CLARK, MEE MARIE TAVERA
207 CODON, DAVE ALDRIN MENDOZA
208 COLARDO, JABES JAMES DUNGCA
209 COLLADO, JOSHUA AMBROSIO MANALANG
210 COLUMNA, SUSAN GUZMAN
211 COMANDAO, CHARMAINE ANNE LACAP
212 COMISO, REBIE VILLANUEVA
213 CORDOVA, RANILE ESPINA
214 CORPUZ, ANGELIQUE CORTEZ
215 CORPUZ, MONIQUE CORTEZ
216 CORTEZ, JADE BENEDICTO
217 CRISOSTOMO, BRYAN TRINIDAD
218 CRISTOBAL, ERNESTO JR MIGUEL
219 CRITICA, JOHN CARLOS MORALIDAD
220 CRUZ, FLORA MAE TAYO
221 CRUZ, RUPERT RUSSELL SAN PEDRO
222 CRUZAT, JULIUS BRYAN OXALES
223 CRUZEM, JAZEL FORTEZA
224 CUADRILLERO, JURIES SUMINGUIT
225 CUÑADO, JOYMEE ROSE SINOGBA
226 DADIA, LAUREEN YSABEL BIÑAS
227 DAGOTDOT, JUNIL AURE
228 DALANGIN, APRIL MAE DEL MUNDO
229 DAMPIOS, BUNNY LAPINID
230 DANILA, MARK REY BAYOCBOC
231 DANSILAY, TESSA UGAY
232 DATANAGAN, JAYDEE
233 DAVE, FRANCISCO JR LERIAS
234 DAVID, CHRISTINE DE LA CRUZ
235 DAVID, JAKE MARK PIGA
236 DAVID, KRIZZEL OCAMPO
237 DAVID, VINZON PAUL SAPLALA
238 DE GUZMAN, CLYDE LOUIE BEREÑA
239 DE GUZMAN, ELINOEL VILLANUEVA
240 DE GUZMAN, JONATHAN TAMAYO
241 DE GUZMAN, ROVIEL SANTIAGO
242 DE JESUS, JIM ALDWIN LARA
243 DE LA ROSA, EDUARDO JR CIMACIO
244 DE LEON, REY MARK ALFARO
245 DE LOS REYES, KATE MARCELYNE ELTAGUNDE
246 DE PALMA, KATHERINE DIO
247 DE PERALTA, RONEL DOCTOLERO
248 DE SAN JOSE, JENZEL RAY BALANI
249 DE VILLA, GINA DUMDUM
250 DE VILLA, MARC ANTHONY BICO
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251 DECIN, JOHN CEDRIC GRULLA
252 DECINAL, MARK ELMER LUMICAY
253 DEDORO, SHAIRA MAE BARTIDO
254 DEJELO, ARVIN GERON DE SAN ANDRES
255 DEL ROSARIO, JONATHAN GAZMIN
256 DELA CERNA, MALOU NIPAYA
257 DELA CRUZ, ASER JAVATE
258 DELA CRUZ, MELANIE TURIAGA
259 DELA CRUZ, PRINCESS JAVIER
260 DELA CRUZ, RALP JUSTIN CORTEZ
261 DELA CRUZ, ROMULO JR LABUTAP
262 DELA SERNA, GILBERT II MEDIO
263 DELGADO, RENZ ERICK REVECHE
264 DELOS SANTOS, MICHAEL JOHN SADE
265 DENILA, MARK PHILIP NOLASCO
266 DENOFRA, CYRIL REGALA
267 DEOPANTE, JOYMEE LAODINIO
268 DEPAO, GLENN CATALINO
269 DEPOSO, JOHN MARC BACOMO
270 DEQUIÑA, NICOLAS JHON CASTILLANO
271 DERILO, REGINE MAE DEMATERA
272 DEXIMO, REGINE JOYCE LAVILLA
273 DIAZ, KATHRINE JOYCE ANCIADO
274 DILAO, JOEMAR LIBA
275 DIMALANTA, BRICK DIVINA
276 DINGLAS, JEHOSHUA GENOTIVA
277 DIONISIO, JOHN ALVIN MARASIGAN
278 DISING, MAUREEN JOY
279 DIZON, KIMBERLY ANNE MUDLONG
280 DOCENA, JESSE RASONABLE
281 DOCOT, MA ELLA SARZA
282 DOLORES, KEVIN SAN JOSE
283 DOMINGO, CESAR FLORENTINO
284 DOMINGO, GEL ALDWIN SAN PEDRO
285 DOMINGO, LAURENCE BRYAN CRISPIN
286 DOMINGO, WILFREDO CERVANTES
287 DORAO, DONNA ONA
288 DORIA, MITCHELLE IAN COLON
289 DOROMAL, CHARLIE DE LOS REYES
290 DUAZO, EDWIN FURAQUE
291 DULALAS, KIMJAY BABUYO
292 DULAY, GEOVANI SEBALDA
293 DULAY, JESSICA PAULA MENDOZA
294 DUMALABA, REY PANOGALINOG
295 DUMARAN, JAYBERT VARGA
296 DUMAUG, GEBE PADING
297 DUQUE, JOREZZA DIAZ
298 EBANGA, PABLITO JR OLANGO
299 EBINA, JONATHAN COMEDERO
300 ECHALAS, ACERON NONESA
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301 ECHIPARE, DANIEL ALIPOPO
302 EIMAN, MAR DIONALD NALAZON
303 ELAMPARO, ADRIAN PEREZ
304 ELENTO, GRACE CASTRO
305 EMBALZADO, ENRIQUE REY BALONGCAS
306 ENALES, MARY ANGELICA SANCHEZ
307 ENCORPORADO, KATHLEEN CANLAS
308 ENO, JOHN NICOLO LICMOAN
309 ERRY, ISHMAEL JR ANDO
310 ESCLAMADO, DONNA DUNGOG
311 ESGANA, QUIMHEN RELANES
312 ESPINA, HARRISON MANZANO
313 ESTAN, RAIL PATRICK ENCABO
314 ESTARES, LOUIE ANTHONY PETINGCO
315 ESTEPA, LEANDRO MIGUEL MUNGCAL
316 ESTEVES, LOUIE MEL PETILLA
317 ESTRABO, NIEVEN JACOB
318 ESTRADA, JOEL FRIANEZA
319 EUPEÑA, RICKY BOY GUERRA
320 EUSTAQUIO, SONNY DELA CRUZ
321 EVANGELISTA, NATHANIEL LUMPAS
322 EVE, ROBERTO JR ESTRELLADO
323 FABAY, JOHN MARK CARANTO
324 FABILANE, JOMAR GADING
325 FACUN, GLEN SABADO
326 FADROGANE, RODELO LLABORE
327 FAJARDO, NOEL ESPINEDA
328 FALLURIN, JASON YAP
329 FAN, JOHN CARLO PAGAR
330 FANTIN, SHEBA MARIE ORCULLO
331 FAUSTINO, AARON GLENN CARGO
332 FEBRA, MARC LEO ARGAYOSO
333 FELIX, ARMANDO RAFAEL CRUZ
334 FENOMENO, BETTINA MONIQUE DY
335 FERMO, LYNDON JR ABARQUEZ
336 FERMO, MARK ANTHONY ADLAWAN
337 FERNANDEZ, JAYSON SANTOS
338 FERNANDEZ, ROSE ANN CABATINGAN
339 FERRANCO, JAPHET BRYLLE MINGO
340 FERRER, JOHN PAUL DE VERA
341 FLORENCIO, KEN ANDREW ALIMON
342 FONTANILLA, MICHAEL BULAGAO
343 FORTU, FREDY MAGRACIA
344 FRANCISCO, FRENZIE RENSAELLER RIVERA
345 FRUELDA, JUDITH ANNE MARIE DEL PRADO
346 FUENSALIDA, NELSON JOHN SAMSON
347 GADIANA, SARAH ANDREA FABRESIS
348 GALANG, DAVE RICAFORT
349 GALIMA, SHERWYL ULYZZES ELIMANCO
350 GALIT, KEVIN JOHN VALDEZ
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351 GALLESTRE, JAZMYNE NICOLE MARQUEZ
352 GALOLO, RYAN ONEIL TIMARIO
353 GALOS, MIKE ULYSSES TELEN
354 GALUPO, ARVIN JOHN POQUITA
355 GALVEZ, JOHN POL ADECIR
356 GANACIA, JEMICA GEROLAGA
357 GANGCUANGCO, DAVE JOSEPH VALENCIA
358 GAPPI, KIEL ISIP
359 GARCELAZO, ROSALINDA DELA CRUZ
360 GARCIA, ARNOLD CATARATA
361 GARCIA, CAMILLE ANGELICA PANGILINAN
362 GARCIA, CARLO NOWELL CLIMACOSA
363 GARCIA, DAVID ABREA
364 GARCIA, KRIS KERNEL FLORES
365 GARCIA, NICOLE AIKA ARRUBIO
366 GARCIA, PAULINE GAILE DE LEON
367 GARCIA, RICHARD SAN LUIS
368 GARCIANO, JOSEPH IAN COJAMCO
369 GASTONES, JAY MARK MANCHA
370 GATBONTON, ATHENA BASCOS
371 GATCHALIAN, DYANN ESMAEL
372 GATUS, ROME MARK PUNZALAN
373 GAY, NIÑA KATRINA MONSALUD
374 GAYAO, HARRIET CONG-O
375 GEORPE, JAN VINCENT ALQUISALAS
376 GERNALE, RONELIO ENTERA
377 GILAPON, ROBELIE MAY
378 GIME, MELANIE CRISOSTOMO
379 GODORNES, MARK ALJON HERMOSO
380 GOMEZ, ISAIAH AMORIN
381 GONGON, BERNARDINO MENDOZA
382 GONZALES, CARL JOSEPH
383 GONZALES, JOHN MARK GUIFAYA
384 GONZALES, LLOYD MARION TAN
385 GONZALES, MARK EDMINE RAGO
386 GONZALES, RUENA MAHINAY
387 GRAGANTA, JOHN CHRISTIAN CLART CARLOS
388 GUEVARRA, ABNER JR MAGTOTO
389 GUINGAB, HARLEY VINARAO
390 GUINTO, MARK LOUIE VINUYA
391 GUINTU, GOMEL HAMILTON SANTIAGO
392 GUMPIC, DARYL JOY PADUA
393 GUZMAN, DONALYN VILLAFLORES
394 GUZMAN, JOMARI PATRICK MEÑOZA
395 HERNANDEZ, ADRIEL CASTILLO
396 HILARIO, ORLANDO JR PUNZALAN
397 HILVANO, RAUL SABERON
398 HINAMPAS, DIOCRIS MARLON CUPAL
399 IBARRA, TONNI ANNE PEREZ
400 IBO, BRYAN ABAÑO
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401 IGNA, ALDRIANE GILBERT DELA CRUZ
402 IGROS, JANREY CARLO ARAGONES
403 IRAL, JENNIFER BENEDICTO
404 ISON, EDGARDO GALANG
405 JABINES, ALPHA ORIOQUE
406 JACOB, ALFRED GENE ANCENO
407 JACOB, VANESSA MAE SOMCIO
408 JAGAPE, ROWEL ENGLATERA
409 JAGNA, NATHALIE ROSE SERAFIN
410 JALIMAO, JOHN PRIMO JEREZ
411 JARILLO, DARWIN JAY TUAZON
412 JATICO, JERVIS SAGAYNO
413 JAVIER, TED MICHAEL VELEZ
414 JAYME, NELSON JR TEJANO
415 JIMENEZ, JUSTINIEL KRIS ORTIZ
416 JUANICO, ANDREW MAYOL
417 JUANILLO, RODAVIC GUAPE
418 JUESNA, PAOLO SAYSON
419 JUSI, CHESTER LENNARD GONDA
420 KHAN, KIM SHOGEL SANTIZAS
421 KOO, CHARLES JANSSEN YAP
422 KRIEG, BRYAN CALVIN BARCESA
423 LABESORES, JIO AMOR DIGAUM
424 LABRADOR, HAZELLE ANN DICE
425 LABUCA, ARIEL GARCIA
426 LACAMBRA, RUEL ELIZAN
427 LACHICA, NEIL HUMPHREY FAR
428 LAGASCA, JOSHUA EDWARD RAMOS
429 LAILO, JAYVEE ELARDO
430 LAJARA, SULPICIO VERGARA
431 LALUSIS, JOHN VINCENT MERCADO
432 LAMBERTE, CAMILLE CORDOVA
433 LANTACA, JHON RHOY BAYHON
434 LANUZA, GARY ARATIA
435 LAODENIO, DENIEL SANCHEZ
436 LAPIRA, ANNA DOMINIQUE MOSLARES
437 LAPITAN, DONN ALDREN LASIG
438 LAPUS, RUSTY VILLADOLID
439 LAPUT, JAYWARD TEOLOGO
440 LAROYA, REYVIN GABATIN
441 LAUDE, DON EMMANUEL BINAY
442 LAWAGAN, VINCENT JOEL FIYAO
443 LAYNO, CRISVEN DALE VENEZUELA
444 LAYNO, KENNETH VALLEJO
445 LAYUGAN, IRENEO JR PALIGAN
446 LEA, MARK VINCENT BALBUENA
447 LEGASPI, ALVIN JOHN MOJICA
448 LEJARSO, FRITZ ABEJAR
449 LEONOR, JASMINE ELLA DELIGENTE
450 LESIGUES, REDANTE JR TERENCIO
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451 LIBRES, LEONARDO PALMIS
452 LIM, EDWARD JANZEN PO
453 LIMBOY, MICHAEL SISON
454 LINGAD, RECRISTINE PADERON
455 LINGAD, RHYS RYAN PLANAS
456 LLAMAS, MICHAEL LOUIS CALPOTURA
457 LLANDA, MYTHYL ROSE BAÑARIA
458 LLANOS, LEONARDO JR MUNINIO
459 LOBRIO, VINCENT RENZ GOZUM
460 LOGRONIO, REX ROXAS
461 LOLO, JEFREY JUANITE
462 LOMIBAO, MICHAEL ERVIN CARIÑO
463 LOPEZ, ALEJANDRO GRAYSON JR BOWAT
464 LOPEZ, HOMER DACANAY
465 LOPEZ, JOHN PAUL GUILAS
466 LOPEZ, KRISTIAN WILLI DEL ROSARIO
467 LUCERO, ELMER APDAL
468 LUCERO, KATREENA LUZ ZERRUDO
469 LUCHAVEZ, LUCH FORMENTERA
470 LUCINDO, ALLYSON ANG
471 LUMANTA, ALLEN OLIVER AMANONCE
472 MACABUDBUD, ALBERTO JR BALAGTAS
473 MACADAT, REGINE NUÑEZ
474 MACATULA, EMMANUEL CRUZ
475 MADRIAGA, REYMIL CALIMLIM
476 MAGAOAY, MICHAEL CAFIRMA
477 MAGDAEL, CESAR RYAN CALMA
478 MAGDAY, BRYAN CAMPOS
479 MAGHINANG, MARVIN VERGARA
480 MAGISTRADO, ALVIN OGAYON
481 MAIGUE, MARICRIS RAGILES
482 MALIT, JASON NAVA
483 MALLARI, JOSHUA MONTEMAYOR
484 MAMBULAO, GILBERT JR GONO
485 MANALANSAN, ABIGAEL SANTOS
486 MANALILI, JOSE JESSON VALLEDOR
487 MANALO, ROJEN RICK ABANILLA
488 MANALOTO, ERWIN DE GUZMAN
489 MANIPON, JONATHAN BALAGTAS
490 MANLICLIC, FROILYNE MARIA SACRAMENTO
491 MANUEL, NICOLE JOHN LERON
492 MARASIGAN, MELVIN MATIENZO
493 MARAVILLAS, VINCE ILAGAN
494 MARQUEZ, KIMBERLY SAYAGO
495 MARTINEZ, MARVIN DALIVA
496 MARTINEZ, TEODY REMOQUILLO
497 MASULA, GERARD TENORIO
498 MATALA, GENEVIEVE MAE
499 MATANGUIHAN, JOYCE DIMAANO
500 MATEO, CARLO MUSNI
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501 MATURAN, RUTCHIE GOC-ONG
502 MAYO, JOHN RHEYNOR MATEO
503 MAZAREDO, REDHEL CALIBO
504 MEDES, LYNDON MONTEJO
505 MEJIA, ADOR JR CLAVIS
506 MEJIA, HANZEL NAVAL
507 MEJIA, JERICO LUDO
508 MEJIA, KIM ALDRIN SARRA
509 MEJIAS, RYAN MIGUEL DELA TORRE
510 MELENDEZ, JOHN ISRAEL VARIAS
511 MENDIZABAL, JUSTIN CARL RECAÑA
512 MENDOZA, ALLEN DALE AGUSTIN
513 MENDOZA, ALVIN ESPAÑOL
514 MENDOZA, ARGLE DULFO
515 MENDOZA, JOEM ADIAN
516 MERACAP, PAT JASON LEONES
517 MERAFUENTES, BLESSING CABEROS
518 MERCADO, JEREMY ANNE CARASIG
519 MERCADO, JOHN MICHAEL ATAAT
520 MERCADO, JOHN PAUL SALINGA
521 MERCADO, PAULO JAMES TONGOL
522 MERCULLO, JOHN MICHAEL UDJAJI
523 MERENCILLO, JENNY BABE MINGUILLAN
524 METIN, HARNIEL CRUZADO
525 MILAN, ELFREDO TOBOSO
526 MIRANDA, CLARK LENARD SARCOS
527 MISTULA, JUDEL MONDARES
528 MOLANO, LOU ADRIAN TUAZON
529 MONTAJES, JOEMARK TYMICO
530 MONTALBAN, JOSEPH TANGAL
531 MONTES, JHUN DIEGO JOSE
532 MORTA, LARRY RODRIGUEZ
533 MOSATALLA, FREDDIE MAYHAY
534 MOSQUERA, RIZAL MANIBA
535 MOSTOLES, ENRICO LAYOSA
536 MOTEA, JOHN ALBERT BERINA
537 MUERTIGUE, GRACE CABALONGA
538 MUGOT, GEM ERIKA TUMANDA
539 MUSA, MOHAMAD SHAIDE ESPADILA
540 MUTOC, COLLEEN VYNE OBARRA
541 NABOR, MIGUEL NIÑO TALEON
542 NACAYTUNA, ALFRED JR LOGRONIO
543 NAGAS, RODEL EVALE
544 NANTIZA, JESSA PANGANIBAN
545 NARAG, FRANCISCO JR BASSIG
546 NATIONAL, DENNIS MAANAD
547 NAVARRO, ERVYNE HENRIKSON DY
548 NAVIDAD, PHILIP CEZAR FAJARDO
549 NEGRETE, JERRYSON SANTOS
550 NEGUS, DAMIE HERRERA
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551 NERI, AIME CLAUDINE AMPLOQUIO
552 NILLO, KING RAYMUND VELARDE
553 NOBLE, CHRISTOPHER AGUILAR
554 NOBLEZA, PAOLO ANTONIO SINOY
555 NONOL, PRECIOUS EDZIL VELORIA
556 NOSTRATIS, JOHNRY LOPEZ
557 NUÑEZ, JUNEL GULTIANO
558 OBEJA, ROQUE NAVAJA
559 OBORDO, JHON EDUARD CAMILION
560 OCAMPO, MAEANDRA PALADIN
561 OCAMPO, RICKY ACOSTA
562 OGBAC, VERNON JOHN SALVADOR
563 OLIANO, DEVEREUX KHYLE HEINRICH ABALOS
564 OLIVAS, ANA CLAUDINNE EPISCOPE
565 OLMILLO, HUBERT ENRIQUEZ
566 OLPINDO, IGEM PANDOYOS
567 OMAQUE, VINCE DOMINIQUE MAIT
568 OPILAS, WILLIAM GALO
569 OROFINO, ARCHER RIOCA
570 ORRO, JEREMIAH CHRISTOPHER ABUYUAN
571 OSIAS, SHAWNAMEH BALIERBARE
572 OSORIO, EZRA DAASIN
573 PAALA, ROWENA CASANDRA GUTIERREZ
574 PACHO, MARIE ABIGAIL CRISTOBAL
575 PADILLA, JAYRON SOSA
576 PADILLA, RENATO JR PIÑERO
577 PADIT, ANA FATIMA DIAZ
578 PADULLA, MARK ANDREW TABIEROS
579 PAJUAYAN, PETER PALLES
580 PALABRICA, PATRICK URIEL BROZO
581 PALIMA, ARNEL TOBEO
582 PALMARES, MARICRIS BORROMEO
583 PALMON, SHEILA MARIE ALMIRANTE
584 PANGANIBAN, JAMES MCHENRY BATIQUIN
585 PANGILINAN, JEMUEL BAES
586 PANIBIO, LARRY ANTHONY SORIANO
587 PANISALES, TEODORO POSTRADO
588 PANTINOPLE, JOSEPH ALLAN ABELLA
589 PANTON, MIELVIC ALBOR
590 PARAMBITA, ANTONIO ODULLO
591 PARANAS, JOSEPH TAJOLOSA
592 PARANGUE, EMILYN KRISTIA JUAN
593 PARAS, LAREDO ANGELO JR DILLERA
594 PARAYNO, SHERDAN PRADO
595 PASCASIO, JAN KEVIN DELMO
596 PASCUAL, JONATHAN MACLANG
597 PASCULADO, JUDAN BALDEVINO
598 PASICOLAN, JOHN FRANCIS ACEBEDO
599 PASTOR, VAN MANUCDUC
600 PATALINGHUG, JOHN ANTHONY DOLORES
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601 PATENIO, JESRELLE ANIÑON
602 PATINDOL, SIASKA MAE ACEBEDO
603 PECSON, GERALD GUMANGAN
604 PENAVERDE, ABIGAIL RECAIDO
605 PEREZ, JAMAICA CHRISTINE AQUINO
606 PEREZ, JUN JAY CENABRE
607 PEÑA, MORRIS HALOG
608 PEÑOSA, ROGIE MAE GUDACA
609 PILONGO, JAYSON GONZAGA
610 PILONGO, MARK LOGAUS
611 PINPIN, GILBERT NACAR
612 PITLO, MARILOU AMANDORON
613 PLETADO, JOEJUSTINPETER OCCIANO
614 PO, MA GLEIZA SANCHEZ
615 PONCE, TIMOTHY JAMES BELAMIDE
616 PORTEM, AUGUSTUS IMPERIAL
617 POSTRADO, JEANNARD TUTANES
618 PRADIA, ROLANDO JR BITOON
619 PRING, KRISTUFFER DARCYTH TAN
620 PUBLICO, AARON ROY MARZAN
621 QUI, MARY ANNE GERVACIO
622 QUIAMBAO, ELDRIN COSTES
623 QUIJANO, REXVHILLE GENAYAS
624 QUIRANTE, RONALD RENON SOLIS
625 RABE, FERLAND MARQUEZ
626 RABE, STEPHEN DOMINIC RIVA
627 RADAM, RANDY RULF GACAYAN
628 RAFER, ALAN SAMAN
629 RAGUDO, CARL CHESTER QUINTO
630 RAMEL, LAURENCE RESURECCION
631 RAMOS, BRYAN JASPER VILLANUEVA
632 RAMOS, MARK ANTHONY DE BORJA
633 RAMOS, PRINCE JAMES SANGALANG
634 RANCHEZ, SHARMAINE QUIRANTE
635 RAVAGO, JEROD BARIQUIT
636 RAZON, LLOYD BRYAN BUTRON
637 REA, JOHN EMMANUEL PASCUAL
638 REGALA, WENDY ANGELA LOPE
639 REGIDOR, JANELLENE ABAINZA
640 REGINO, JOEL MONTEJO
641 RESIDE, XAVIERYVHAN ALIGUYON
642 REYES, EUNICE KARINA REYES
643 REYES, FATIMA JOAN ROMERO
644 REYES, JAN KARLO EYA
645 REYES, KENNETH IAN BRUTAS
646 REYES, MARIEL CACHO
647 REYES, RANDY-BRYAN CAMBA
648 REYES, SHAIRA EGUALADA
649 REYNALES, JOHN KEVIN DADIVAS
650 REÑOSA, ROSHEINA EJIANE GLORIA
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651 RIBLEZA, JULIUS BRYAN RABE
652 RICO, REGIE ANTONIO
653 ROCAFORT, JOEL VILLANUEVA
654 RODRIGUEZ, KENNETH SALVADOR
655 RODRIGUEZ, MA BEATRIZ GARZOTA
656 RODRIGUEZ, ROBIN MANZANO
657 ROMERO, ALVIN JOHN MARCELO
658 ROMERO, GILBERT SANTOS
659 ROMERO, HARBIE DELA ROSA
660 ROMERO, KARLO SANTELICES
661 ROMERO, RALPH MANALO
662 ROSALES, RANNIE BOY ROSALES
663 ROY, JAN MICHAEL ROSARIO
664 RUELAN, MITCHELLE JANE ESPINA
665 RULIDA, LUIGI CANO
666 SAAVEDRA, RALPH ANGELO PIOL
667 SALAMATIN, AARON HARVEY ITARALDE
668 SALAZAR, HARRIE JAMES PENOL
669 SALAZAR, RENATO LISAY
670 SALES, JOHN CHRISTIAN PALOMA
671 SALINANA, JOHNNY REY GEOLAGON
672 SALONGA, PATRICH JOHN GUTIEREZ
673 SALVADOR, JOHN CHRISTOPHER PINEDA
674 SAMAR, LAUREANO JR RAMIREZ
675 SAMSON, RAYMUND ALMEDA
676 SAN ANTONIO, MARFRED CARL ANCHETA
677 SAN JUAN, SHERYL SAN LORENZO
678 SANCHEZ, ANA CHELSI HANOPOL
679 SANDRINO, JERCIE AVELINO
680 SANGA, KRIS EMMANUEL TORRES
681 SANTOS, ALDRIN HERNANDEZ
682 SANTOS, ALEXANDER JR FRANCISCO
683 SANTOS, ALLEYNE ERIKA CRUZ
684 SANTOS, MOTTIE IDASANKA PROLLAMANTE
685 SAPINOSO, MARVY ALABASTRO
686 SAPONGAY, MARIO JR GATUS
687 SARMIENTO, MARVIN MARCELO
688 SAYNO, CHARLES YVES MONDIDO
689 SEGARRA, LEO-ANGELO BORROMEO
690 SERIA, HENRY VICTORIANO
691 SERRANILLA, MARVIN REYEG
692 SERRANO, AURORA VICK ARMAYAN
693 SERVO, DANILO JR TORRES
694 SESCON, DANNA APAO
695 SEWANE, ADAM SAING
696 SIANQUITA, RHYAN JOE DAVE
697 SIBUCAO, ALEX PINA GREGOR AVERIA
698 SIMEON, CAMILLE GRACE BOLAG
699 SIMON, ALDRIN JOHN ELEAZAR
700 SOLANO, ALBE CANTOR
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701 SOLQUILLO, GERTELL DALE BORNALES
702 SOMOZA, JAY AR BENSI
703 SOON, ANDREA KANE PALMARES
704 SOTTO, DAVE LAWRENCE BUAN
705 STA ANA, CHRIS HANSEL DIAZ
706 SUBIJANO, MARY JANE CASTILLO
707 SUGUE, KELVIN RAE ESTEBAN
708 SUICO, DEXY JOHN CENIZA
709 SUMAOANG, JOHN DARREL IBARRA
710 SURIL, WILVEN SIMBRE
711 SY, JANN PAOLO GAW
712 TABINGA, DANTE CORTON
713 TADEO, MICHAEL RAYE MISLOS
714 TAGAYA, VICTOR NAZARENE LAGROSA
715 TALENTO, ALBERT CASIMIRO
716 TAN, JERICO DURA
717 TANDA, JODDESON CAYABYAB
718 TANGALIN, ERICA JOYCE GARCIA
719 TANGPOS, MEO AMARILA
720 TARROZA, JIM MARK MANIPON
721 TARUC, JANICE ELAIRON
722 TATEL, ROGIENA VILLARALBO
723 TATING, JAHONRI JAWILI
724 TAYAG, CHARLES JOHN SIONGCO
725 TAYAG, KRISCHELLE SANTOS
726 TAYO, ELJOHN CATALUÑA
727 TE, KATHLEEN JADE SULTAN
728 TEGUIHANON, JOEL BACATO
729 TEJADA, IMMA VIANKA BORJA
730 TELLANO, GENESIS CARLO ALEGRIA
731 TENORIO, SHERELYN DOCTOR
732 TENORIO, SHIMRI JANE COLOT
733 TEOFILO, JULY DELA CRUZ
734 TESALONA, MAEREN CASTILLO
735 TIO, ALSTIN KYLE TORRANO
736 TOLENTINO, ANDREW ALIMAGNO
737 TOLENTINO, RODEL BALGUA
738 TOLENTINO, SAMUEL PAULUS DARILAG
739 TOMALE, JOMER JERUSALEM
740 TONDE, JOE NARD FAJARDO
741 TORRES, ROLANDO JR JOSUE
742 TRACENA, RUBY SALCEDA
743 TRINIDAD, JOSEPHINE MARIE BUENO
744 TRIVIÑO, MARGARITO VENZON
745 TRIÑANES, VON VENUS
746 TUASON, RICHEE GENESIS BALDEO
747 TUAZON, BRIAN JUMAQUIO
748 TUAZON, JOMAR GALANG
749 TUGUINAY, MARLON KIMMAYONG
750 UDANI, FERDINAND DELA CRUZ
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751 UDTOHAN, MIEL ADONIS LEDON
752 UGHOC, JULIUS CAEZAR BAYANGAT
753 UMALI, SILVER IAN AGUILAR
754 UMBAO, ARNOLD JOSEF HERNANI
755 UMPA, ABRAHAM MARIK SISON
756 URBANO, RUDITO JR QUIAZON
757 URIAN, ALLAN JAY ALCORIZA
758 VALDEZ, CHRISELLE BEATRIZ DELA PEÑA
759 VALENCIA, RODELIO PESIMO
760 VALENCIA, RONIELEE ARANA
761 VALENTON, GENER DALISAY
762 VALENTOS, MANFRED VALENCIA
763 VALENZUELA, NEPTUNE MIEN
764 VALKENBURGH, JEAN-PHILIPPE MAYNARD OROPILLA
765 VALLEJOS, KROI ANGELO MALABAYABAS
766 VARGAS, GARY VILLARE
767 VARGAS, JELICCA ANN RIEZA
768 VELASQUEZ, JALEN SERAFICA
769 VELASQUEZ, LUZMARIE
770 VELEZ, UDIELH CABALUNA
771 VENTURINA, NIÑO RAMON ESPINO
772 VERIDIANO, KATRINE AIRA ARGOSINO
773 VICTORIA, REYMAR ANGELO RAVINA
774 VICTORIANO, NADINE ATAD
775 VILLA, ALGIE BALBON
776 VILLA, MIRASOL PAREDES
777 VILLAHERMOSA, NIÑA SHIELA PANOPIO
778 VILLAPOL, RAYMOND ALLAN CARRANCEJA
779 VILLAREAL, LANIE MAE FERNANDEZ
780 VILLAREAL, MATHEW LOGNASIN
781 VILLAREN, SHELLEY MAE DANO
782 VILLASAN, ALFREDO DE PAZ
783 VILLENO, RUFFA MAY AVILA
784 VILLOCILLO, KIRVY REGZ BACO
785 VINLUAN, MA FATIMA GOTGOTAO
786 VIOS, MYRA BEAU PIOQUINTO
787 VIOS, NICOLE ALEXIS KWAN
788 VIRTUDES, JOHN KENNETH DAVID
789 VISMONTE, KAREN JOY SAN JOSE
790 VIÑAS, ARTHUR LOPEZ
791 YANCHA, MARC OTIVAR
792 YANGA, ALBERT TURLA
793 YAP, JOSE ARIS BATOCAEL
794 YEE, KATHERINE SHAYNE DUMAPIAS
795 ZAMORA, HAROLD MARBELLA
796 ZAMORA, ZEUS OROC
797 ZANTUA, APOLLO PABLO UY
798 ZURETA, FRANCIS LAGUNDINO
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From August 2 to August 3, 2017, registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be done on-line. Please go to www.prc.gov.ph and follow instructions for initial registration. Those who will register are required to bring the following: Notice of admission, duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, 2 pieces passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete name tag) and 2 sets of documentary stamps. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.



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Science says working from home makes employees more productive, happier



Is it really possible to work from home and be productive at the same time?

working from home makes employees more productive, happier

Many companies resist the idea of letting their employees work from home because of its bad reputation. A lot of people believe that working from home is just a means to escape hard work by being out of sight from the management’s watchful eyes. Some say that working from home makes an employee less productive as distractions and temptations are found in every corner of their house.

But apparently, a two-year study carried out by a company in Singapore says otherwise. Stanford Professor of Economics Nicholas Bloom during his TED Talk revealed that working from home can be as “powerful and innovative as the driverless car”.

In the study, a Singapore company made half of its staff work from home for four days a week. Meanwhile, the other half were made to report to the office five days a week.

Results showed that those who worked from home experienced “massive, massive” increase in productivity. In fact, their productivity was equivalent to an additional workday mainly because of lesser distractions and nonsense conversations.

Additionally, employees who worked from home had the tendency to stay in their jobs longer and thus, decreasing employee turnover. As a result, management productivity becomes higher while expenses for loss of skills and connection when an employee resigns is reduced.

Work-from-home employees were also found to be happier and healthier decreasing the company’s overall health care expenses.

Because of the results of the experiment, the company then instituted work-from-home throughout the entire company. As a side benefit of this decision, the company was able to grow without adding office space that entails additional cost.

-- Mini, The Summit Express



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‘Finally Found Someone’ Movie Review: More Than Your Average Love Story



The billing for “Finally Found Someone” alone already draws enough attention that any promos and marketing for the project feel superfluous. But director Theodore Boborol went beyond than relying on the star power his film has and actually crafted something that feels familiar in all the right ways, yet oddly different.

Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz ‘Finally Found Someone’
Sarah Geronimo as April and John Lloyd Cruz as Raffy in ‘Finally Found Someone’/Star Cinema
In the history of Philippine cinema, there have been iconic love teams that have come and gone with only a few having the sustainability to maintain fan interest. And while John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo aren’t wrapped up in the fantasy of having a real-life romantic relationship, the public continues to buy their tandem. Why? Simply because of their palpable chemistry.

Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz ‘Finally Found Someone’
John Lloyd Cruz as Raffy and Sarah Geronimo as April in ‘Finally Found Someone’/Star Cinema
“Finally Found Someone” which was originally titled “Dear Future Husband,” tackles the story of April (Geronimo) - an idealistic woman whose dream is to settle down with the love of her life. But when she gets ditched by her fiance at the day of her wedding, fate brings her Raffy (Cruz), a career-driven guy who is burdened by familial issues. The two develops a unique friendship that eventually helps them to overcome their respective hang-ups in life.

Arguably one of the biggest (if not the biggest) challenge for Boborol is to pluck Geronimo and Cruz from their Laida and Miggy personas respectively and plug them to their new characters without people feeling like they are just watching part 4 of the “A Very Special Love” franchise. After three mega-hit films from that series, the two actors have become synonymous to those roles - a feat which is especially highlighted when you bring them back together for another rom-com movie.

Interestingly, instead of shying away from everything that Cathy Garcia-Molina built on, he capitalized on them and infused it with his own style for a social status cliche-free love story. The characters are both relatable (it was fun to see Cruz’s character actually having to deal with monetary struggles and Sarah’s character to not be too exaggeratingly jovial) resulting to fans actually seeing themselves in the actors instead of wanting to be them.

Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz ‘Finally Found Someone’
Sarah Geronimo as April and John Lloyd Cruz as Raffy in ‘Finally Found Someone’/Star Cinema
The very basis of the story is something we have never or rarely seen before, it quietly simmers and it takes actual time to get to a point that both Raffy and April are already struggling to keep their emotions in check. Their relationship progress is as important as their individual journeys to finding love, making the narrative more realistic. Oftentimes, romcoms depend too much on the meet-cutesys, the “courtship” that follows right after it and the introduction of the antagonistic element that will keep the lovers apart. But “Finally Found Someone” gets more creative than that. It delves deep into the meaning of love, the kinds of love and most importantly, the correct kind of love. It explores the notion of infatuation and too much romanticism - which is ironic in a way that yes, this is still a straight-up romantic story. But its well-developed roster of supporting characters and supporting stories definitely makes it feel more organic than forced helping fans not to be overly blinded by the sweeping love stories media sometimes tend to project it to be.

Fans of Cruz and Sarah will definitely find the movie delightful. The two exudes charm individually and partnering them together is almost always a sure fire hit. But casual audience who does not really care much for love-teams will also find themselves enjoying the film. Even those who are allergic to Pinoy, over-the-top-cheesy stories can find something interesting in “Finally Found Someone.”

Watch ‘Finally Found Someone’ official movie trailer


-- ALD, The Summit Express

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“Kita Kita”: A Fresh Spin On The Cliched Rom-Com



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