FULL RESULTS: February 2018 Mechanical Engineer ME, CPM board exam list of passers, top 10



MANILA, Philippines - (Updated March 2) The February 2018 Mechanical Engineer (ME) and Certified Plant Mechanics (CPM) board exam results to include the list of passers, topnotchers (top 10), top performing schools and performance of schools are released online on Friday, March 2, 2018 or in three (3) working days after the exam.

February 2018 Mechanical Engineer ME, CPM board exam list of passers, top 10

UPDATE: 933 out of 1,983 passed the Mechanical Engineer Licensure Examination and 20 out of 44 passed the Certified Plant Mechanic Licensure Examination.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board of Mechanical Engineering conducted the licensure exam in the cities of Manila, Baguio and Cebu on February 26 and 27.

FEBRUARY 2018 ME BOARD EXAM RESULTS SUMMARY


The members of the Board of Mechanical Engineering who gave the licensure examinations are Engr. Jesus M. Redelosa, Chairman; Engr. Fernando S. Guevara and Engr. Mirardo C. Malazarte, Jr., Members.

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1 ABABA, CARLITO BONCALES
2 ABABON, PAUL MAHINAY
3 ABAD, JOSHUA MANUEL SABORDO
4 ABALO, SIM JOHN SILVA
5 ABANG, FELIX EVONJOE RIOS
6 ABDAH, ADHAR EDRADAN
7 ABELLANOSA, RYAN CARLO MAGSINO
8 ABIDIN, ANNE TANGLAO
9 ABILA, ALLYSA MARIEJOY DIMAANO
10 ABISTADO, JERICKSON METICA
11 ABLIJAN, REYMART MARIBONG
12 ABORIDO, JAYVEE JAVIER
13 ABREA, KRIS JEANE AGUILA
14 ABREA, ROUEN ANGELO RIVERA
15 ABSALON, CARL LORENCE PATUBO
16 ACHARON, GLENVILLE DASAL
17 ACHAY, ROEN KEVIN ALLERA
18 ACHICO, AYRON JAIMES MAÑIEVO
19 ACOJEDO, SUSIE JEAN GANANCIAL
20 ACUÑA, ALVIN CRISOSTOMO
21 ACUÑA, DOROTEO GARCIA
22 ADANTE, JEFFERSON ESCOSA
23 ADORNADO, KRISTINE JOY OROZCO
24 AGBON, LEMUEL CONCEPCION
25 AGLERON, BRYAN PAOLO HIDALGO
26 AGNO, JOHN AARON GALLARDO
27 AGOILO, JAYSON BABAS
28 AGSALDA, JOHNARD LOUISE CARRERA
29 AGTAY, JEFF CATAPANG
30 AGUDA, JOEM AGUDA
31 AGUELO, EMIEMAR CEBALLOS
32 AGUILAN, LEONARD PAUL CABUYAO
33 AGUILAR, GLEN FREDRIE PALON
34 AGUILAR, JAKE RANDEL CASTILLO
35 AGUILAR, KYLE DARRYL TAN
36 AGUILERA, JILLIAN ABRAHAM JR GARCIA
37 AGUIRRE, JOHN PAUL MIRASOL
38 AGUIRRE, NOWELL MICHAEL JANDA
39 AGUNOD, JOVIE RIGENCIA
40 AGUSTIN, PRINCEWALE JOHN CABACUNGAN
41 AKILITH, JOHN HENRY DELMAN
42 ALABA, CHARLES LOUIE APAN
43 ALAGON, JEEFEY GARCIA
44 ALAMBRA, RICHEL FATIMA VILLAMOR
45 ALBERTO, JIRO DE VERA
46 ALCANTARA, ARJAY CALUYA
47 ALCANTARA, JULIE ANN MORPE
48 ALCARAZ, CHRISTOPHER ADRIGADO
49 ALCORCON, RENANTE KENT PASIONELA
50 ALDAY, JOHN BUSH SAGA
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51 ALEJANDRINO, MELVIN ARIB
52 ALEJO, JOSE EDRALINE ERMINO
53 ALESNA, MARK JOSEPH IRITAN
54 ALFEREZ, VINCENT TAMBOBOY
55 ALFONSO, MARIO JR MACBA
56 ALIDO, BRYAN FRUELDA
57 ALIH, AHMED HUSSAIN ABDULGANI
58 ALIVIO, JERICK REUYAN
59 ALMACHAR, REGINALD ROMBAOA
60 ALMARIO, MAWIE YAÑGO
61 ALONSAGAY, ALDWIN NACIONALES
62 ALONZO, VENCE REMOS BOOL
63 ALVAREZ, RAYMOND AGRA
64 AMBE, NOMER COSTELO
65 AMPO, STEPHEN ESTRELLANES
66 AMURAO, EZEKIEL ROI INTING
67 AMURAO, JEFFERSON PINEDA
68 ANDAL, MARIZ JANINE GUTIERREZ
69 ANDAL, NEIL ARVIE MIRAL
70 ANDES, JONATHAN PARAN
71 ANDRADA, JHIA AVA
72 ANDRINO, JAY VERSALES
73 ANGUSTIA, FRANZ JOSEPH FERNANDEZ
74 ARAGON, CHESTER MAGBAGO
75 ARAGON, JULIE ANN LABINE
76 ARANCANA, JEMUEL LAYAR
77 ARANGCON, DHAN PAUL ABAYAN
78 ARAULLO, JACQUELINE HERNANDEZ
79 ARAÑA, ANGELO VALENTIN ALBA
80 ARAÑO, IAN DOMINIQUE DELA CRUZ
81 ARCE, BEA LORRAINE MACABUHAY
82 ARCE, VON BRYAN DAPULA
83 ARENAS, ERVIN JAYK CASTILLO
84 ARGAO, WILLIAM GLEMAO
85 ARGUELLES, GENNEVA FAJARDO
86 ARGUELLES, NICOLE SAMANTHA LOPEZ
87 ARGUEZA, CHRYSSA ZYRE PALOMILLO
88 ARISTORENAS, EMANUELITO ABION
89 ARNADO, CHRISTIAN PAUL SEVILLANO
90 AROCHA, CASIANO JR CANDAY
91 ARRANZ, BHENNY JOE VALDEZ
92 ARTICONA, ANN MARYNETH PARCON
93 ASTORGA, ARNSTEIN PAUL RONA
94 ATAS, RENE LOUIE FRANCISCO JR PROVIDO
95 ATENTA, MENAMAE SERRANO
96 ATIENZA, GENY ROSE ILAO
97 ATIENZA, JOHN RAFAEL MACALALAD
98 ATIENZA, MANUEL LUIS JR MAYO
99 ATIENZA, RAINIER JAMES PAZ
100 AUGUSTO, RAMIR ARCE
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101 AURESTILA, NEVELSON ALIDO
102 AURINO, ARNULFO JR ESPINOSA
103 AUSTRIA, DIANA ROSE LIBO-ON
104 AUSTRIA, RYAN CHRISTOPHER MAGBUHAT
105 AVANCEÑA, GIORDAN CEDRIC GUMAFELIX
106 AVENTURADO, GERICK ABALOS
107 AVILA, EDGING MALA-AY
108 AYAGAN, HART ANTHONY YAPES
109 AYALA, MARK BRYAN
110 AYCO, CHARLES MARIE POLICARPIO
111 AÑONUEVO, VIDA JR MENDOZA
112 BAACO, FRANZ GARETT DIONALDO
113 BABATID, CARL CHRISTIAN CUIZON
114 BACARON, LEMUEL VIAGEDOR
115 BACLAY, TOM JOHN AMESOLA
116 BACNIS, KIEL FRONDA
117 BACONGA, SEAN ROFEROS
118 BAGO, ROLDAN MERCADO
119 BAGUIO, JUNDEREK JR DUMPA
120 BALAJEDIONG, REA SANGCO
121 BALANBAN, JUNARIES LIBED
122 BALANG, JERMAIAH ROXAS
123 BALANON, PATRICK OLIVER CALUZA
124 BALAWON, YURI MARI ARTUZ
125 BALAY, DESMOND DELA CRUZ
126 BALBUENA, GABRIEL EMMANUEL MENDOZA
127 BALCO, NIKKO GALIN
128 BALILI, REYZEL BALMERA
129 BALIN, BRIAN PATRICK PEREZ
130 BALMEO, JEYO DEVEZA
131 BALTAZAR, JOHN THOMAS GALI
132 BANGLOS, CHARLES ALVER GADIANO
133 BARANGHAY, NELMAR BUGAYONG
134 BARCELONA, MARC EDOUARD NAVARRO
135 BARON, RINU ANSELMO CABONITA
136 BARQUIN, RODELO JR PLASOS
137 BARRION, GLEN LENARD ZAMUDIO
138 BASHER, YAHYA LORICA
139 BASTO, JOMAR MEJIA
140 BATALAO, SIMBER LAY-AT
141 BATHAN, SEAN FABIAN
142 BATO, ABDULBARI GUILING
143 BATUIGAS, JOHN RIAN AGUA
144 BAUTISTA, ADRIAN DANAO
145 BAUTISTA, JOHN BLAIRE MONTERDE
146 BAUZON, NEIL MARLON VALDEZ
147 BAWI-IN, LIJHUN BACUS
148 BAWING, JAKE DAOAS
149 BAWISAN, NOEL BELLO
150 BAYNO, ERROL PEPITO
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151 BERNABE, REGINALD JOSELITO PEÑAFIEL
152 BERNALES, EDGAR DE GUZMAN
153 BERNARDO, JOHN ULANO
154 BERNARDO, NIKKO BALANA
155 BERTIZ, JORDAN BRIX STA ROSA
156 BIASON, BENZELL ALEJANDRO
157 BIAY, RANDOLPH CEREZO
158 BILBAO, ANTONIO MIGUEL GUEVARA
159 BINIZA, MARK JAYSON MANALAYSAY
160 BISCOCHO, MARK ANTHONY ALDEA
161 BLANCHE, ALEXIS GREGORIO
162 BLANCO, DINO CLARION
163 BONIFACIO, JHON BENCENT ZORCA
164 BOOC, JU MARCE LOUISE FERNANDEZ
165 BORGA, JOHN PAULO LUMPAYAO
166 BRACAMONTE, CAREN BAUTISTA
167 BRAVO, VICTOR GALAMGAM
168 BRIONES, JOSE CARLITO JR YTAC
169 BUCAYON, MARK KEVIN SANTILLANA
170 BUCOTOT, RODRIGO II AMPALAYOHAN
171 BUENAVENTURA, REY ANTHONY AGUSTIN
172 BUENO, KIM BRYAN BOONGALING
173 BUENSALIDA, ALJOHN SIBUG
174 BULAN, RENE JR ASUGAO
175 BULANSANI, RASULTAN KAHAR
176 BULAYBULAY, GEN CLAUDE SANE MIRA
177 BURGOS, ARISTON CABRERA
178 CAADAN, SIM JHON PAUL MAGALLON
179 CABAIS, ANNIE BORJA
180 CABANEZ, JHAN RHENNELL FORNEA
181 CABASAG, JUNAH MAE LUCAÑAS
182 CABATE, RODITO PAJE
183 CABATUANDO, JOSHUA BUENAVENTURA
184 CABELA, SURLITO BAHILANGGO
185 CABELIN, JOHN CEDRICK ORDOÑO
186 CABRAS, ARTURO JR KILATON
187 CACHERO, KENNETH RIMANDO
188 CAGAMPANG, ROCHELLE IGNACIO
189 CAGUIA, FRANCIA MAE PAMA
190 CALAGO, FRANCISCO JR MARCO
191 CALANDA, JAMIL MAMALO
192 CALANGI, AERON KIM DATINGUINOO
193 CALAWAGAN, EDUARDO III DALISDIS
194 CALIXTRO, ME-ANN CUETO
195 CALONG, RENEL LAUS
196 CALOPE, ANTHONY TOLEDO
197 CALUCAG, BENJAMIN JR BRIONES
198 CALUPIG, GERALD CORTEZ
199 CAMACHO, CLINTON DE VERA
200 CAMANGYAN, CLOYD NIÑO LONGAKIT
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201 CAMINOS, DINDO ATIENDA
202 CAMO, JOHN PAULO DELEN
203 CAMPEÑA, PAMELA JANE MERCADEJAS
204 CAMPOY, JOHN JEFFERSON TIMO-AN
205 CANDIDO, BRYAN PAUL TOLENTINO
206 CANGQUE, JULIUS DURAN
207 CANJA, MICHAEL MARIANO
208 CANLAPAN, EIRON RICKY TONGCO
209 CANOY, JEFFREY OBIAL
210 CANSINO, JOHN ARISTLE SIBAYAN
211 CANSINO, KARL LUIS ALONSAGAY
212 CANTALEJO, JOHN DARWIN SONEJA
213 CANTOS, ART JOSEPH CANTOS
214 CAOILE, JAMES ROBERT FERNANDEZ
215 CAPAL, AMER HUSSIEN MACAWADIB
216 CAPUL, EXQUIEL HAYA
217 CAPULONG, NHORWIN GAMATAN
218 CAPUNO, VIC CHRISTIAN MANALO
219 CAPUYAN, ARCHIE VALDEZ
220 CAPUYAN, DONY II MALIM
221 CARDENIO, CHRISTIAN VALLECERA
222 CARIGTAN, BILLY RICAFORT
223 CARILLO, ARIES BELLO
224 CARIN, CHRISZALDY JUN CAMUS
225 CARIÑO, SETH OVIEN ANCHETA
226 CARPIO, KENNETH CARLO CALMA
227 CASABA, NHOVY JANN LAMPAYAN
228 CASTILAN, MEL VICTOR MALLORCA
229 CASTILLO, CHRISTIAN CABELLO
230 CASTILLO, JUDY ANN FANDIÑO
231 CASTILLO, LEONEL PANGANIBAN
232 CASTILLO, MARY JEAN DELA CRUZ
233 CASTILLO, SHAJARA LIZ LOPEZ
234 CASTOR, RODERICK TANDINGAN
235 CASTRO, JAMESON DUBLIN
236 CASTRO, JIMBOY SUMAYANG
237 CATACUTAN, KARL DE LAS VERLAS
238 CATALAN, LYRA GRACE CABAHUG
239 CATAPANG, VON JENRY FALLER
240 CATIPAY, JOMAR SON
241 CAWALING, FAIZAL ALBA
242 CAY-AN, KENNETH GRACE FEROLINO
243 CELESTINO, IAN LOUISE OPIAL
244 CELINO, JOHN JR DUMDUM
245 CELIZ, JENNY ANN TORRES
246 CEPILLO, JULEUS CESAR MATIBAG
247 CERRERO, ALDWIN VOCAL
248 CERVANTES, KERVIN RAVE VALLO
249 CHAN, ALEC BRANDON NUVAL
250 CHANG, JEPHER JOHN LAGARE
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251 CHAVEZ, JOSHUA ARCEO
252 CHEN, ROI VINCENT ANG
253 CILOT, ROMMEL CONCEPCION
254 CIRIACO, ROSETTE SARCILLO
255 CLAMOHOY, KEN RALPH SANDOVAL
256 CLORDIARTA, KARISSA JOY DENILA
257 CO, CELDRIX BALUTE
258 COBANKIAT, EDSON CRAIG LITAM
259 COBOL, ELDRIN MANLIQUEZ
260 CODIZAR, KERVIN OGDOC
261 COLIPANO, DARREN AZORES
262 COLLANTES, CHRISTOPER RAFER
263 COLLERA, KENT LLOYD ORONGAN
264 COLOMA, MARINELA SIKAT
265 COLOT, KIER JON TAPAYAN
266 COMISO, REBIE VILLANUEVA
267 CONCON, MARK COLLIN POCOT
268 CONSTANTINO, RICHARD PABRO
269 CONTI, EDDMOND BALCUEVA
270 CONTINEDO, MELVIN LASTIMOSO
271 CONTRERAS, JAY JAY MENDOZA
272 CORDOVA, JOHN PAUL GRAFILO
273 CORPUZ, ANGELO OLIVER
274 CORPUZ, JOHN CARL SALIMBAY
275 CORVERA, CORDERO MARATAS
276 CRISOSTOMO, ARCHIE ALMIEDA
277 CRUZ, JANELLE CASAPAO
278 CRUZ, JAYSON VALONES
279 CRUZ, LEZLIE FLORES
280 CRUZ, MARY GLENN SALUMRO
281 CRUZ, ROM JUSTINE CRUZ
282 CRUZAT, R-JAY ASILO
283 CUBAY, EMMANUEL MIGUE
284 CUETO, KENNETH TEJADA
285 CUETO, SAMUELLA MAE CANTOS
286 CUIZON, JAN KIANO ENRIQUEZ
287 CULLA, ROLAND MADERAZO
288 DAAN, RAM PAOLO AKUT
289 DACANAY, DANELLE JAMES FRANCISCO
290 DACANAY, DENNIS IGOY
291 DACANAY, KENT MICHO MAGADIA
292 DACUA, MICHAEL ANDREW BOHOL
293 DALAYAP, IANNE JAY PEREZ
294 DALISAY, DIANE LUALHATI
295 DALMAN, ROY PIQUERO
296 DAMPIL, BRYANT RON RIEL PUNZALAN
297 DANAO, EDGAR IAN PAUL MONASTERIAL
298 DANDOY, EZEKIEL JAMES CIPRES
299 DANGAN, LOWELL KIM VALONES
300 DANGHIL, ALDWIN JAKE SISON
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301 DANIEL, DEXTER JAED SOLANO
302 DANILA, RONELO ESTELA
303 DAPAL, KRISTYL MARIZ SUMAMPONG
304 DAQUIS, DEXTER REJAS
305 DAWA, JON EARVIN MANSUETO
306 DE CASTRO, CHRISTIAN PEREZ
307 DE CASTRO, NOEL CAY
308 DE CASTRO, RENZ JORDAN VIDA
309 DE CASTRO, ROCHELLE MAE GUARDIAN
310 DE DIOS, DAVEN CAMPOREDONDO
311 DE GRACIA, JEROME VAN COLOT
312 DE GUZMAN, ALDRIN ADRIANO
313 DE GUZMAN, JERICHO RESTRIVERA
314 DE LEON, JERIC CASTRO
315 DE LEON, RYAN SENIA
316 DE LOS REYES, AISLE MARIE PEREZ
317 DE OCAMPO, DYVE BALBALOSA
318 DE PERALTA, JULIE ANNE OSUNA
319 DE PERIO, JONATHAN GAMUEDA
320 DE RAMOS, WALTER JAMES CARREON
321 DE VENECIA, JOHN MICHAEL BALAJADIA
322 DECANO, DEEJAY UGALI
323 DEFENSOR, JUNE MIGUEL INFANTE
324 DEL MAR, DARIUS JAMES BAIS
325 DEL ROSARIO, JOSEPH OBERO
326 DEL ROSARIO, JOSEPH SINDONG
327 DELA CRUZ, ARIEL GONZALES
328 DELA CRUZ, JOHN MAVERICK TIAMZON
329 DELA CRUZ, MARK JOHN MARCOS
330 DELA CRUZ, RENZ CORTEZ
331 DELA PEÑA, JOHN ALFRED BASILIO
332 DELA PEÑA, ROILEN DEAR MONTER
333 DELA RAMA, MOLEN DENZEL GUTIERREZ
334 DELA VEGA, JOHN MARROL FLAVIO
335 DELFIN, JERRIC ROJAS
336 DEOMAMPO, MABELLE HUMARANG
337 DESAMITO, JAPETH CANALES
338 DESTREZA, JANINE ESTEBAN
339 DESUYO, ERIKA ESQUERRA
340 DIACOSA, KEZZENGER GLENN ANIÑON
341 DIAZ, JHEROME DEXTER ASIS
342 DIBANSA, MUJAHID GUBAT
343 DILAO, JOBELLE VILLAMOR
344 DIMALIBOT, RAFAEL II PALERACIO
345 DIMAUNAHAN, MA CLARISA AVELINO
346 DINGAL, LEMUEL BALABAT
347 DIONALDO, WILBERG BIA
348 DIOQUINO, NIKO NOLIAL
349 DISTOR, NESTOR BARRIENTOS
350 DITANGCO, KIEV GELFAND GERALDEZ
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351 DOGOMEO, FRANKLIN ABABON
352 DOLATRE, JOHN MICHAEL GALISIM
353 DOLDOLIA, JOSHUA ESTOMATA
354 DOMINGO, ARWIL JHOME JOSE
355 DOMINGO, JEZKIEL DE OCAMPO
356 DOMINGO, RAFAEL ABAD
357 DULAY, JOHN CARLO ALFONSO
358 DULAY, RUSSEL JONE FORTEZ
359 DUMALAOG, JUAN PAOLO BATACLAN
360 DUMAQUIT, ALJON SORIO
361 DUMDUM, JON JAY ESPINOSA
362 DUMILE, LEONIZA BARBON
363 DUMOLOY, CAMILLE JEAN CALDEA
364 DURANO, JOSHUA LEVI MAGBANUA
365 DURITAN, ALELIE CACERES
366 DURON, KENNETH DONADO
367 EBREO, ANNA RIZZA REGALADO
368 EBRONA, CHARLES REYES
369 EDA, KRISHNA LEIGH VILLASOTO
370 EDRES, SALAHUDEN ABUBACAR
371 ELICO, KENNEX ANDILAB
372 EMBUSCADO, CLARK EMIL DELA CRUZ
373 EMPERADO, IAN REYMART BALTERO
374 EMPLEO, ED RITCHE ODAN
375 ENALPE, GIAN CARLO RAMOS
376 ENANORIA, EDBERT YAP
377 ENCABO, VERONICA JUNTILLA
378 ENCARNACION, IRVIN HAJIRI
379 ENCARNACION, MARK LESTER MIRANDA
380 ENOY, ARCHIE VOX RECENTES
381 ENRIQUEZ, KENNETH DABU
382 ENRIQUEZ, SIGFRED ALCESTO
383 ENTICE, FELICIANO VILLACORTA
384 EPACTA, RENZ KIRBY AGUSTIN
385 ERAMES, MICHAEL JOSEPH DAANTON
386 EREN, ROMULO JR JUGUAN
387 ERUM, SARAH MAY TERCENIO
388 ESCOSURA, EDNALYN MANALO
389 ESCUADRO, PAUL MARK SABANAL
390 ESCUETA, PATRICK DARREL DAYO
391 ESGUERRA, ELEAZER JR SUNICO
392 ESPAÑOLA, JOHN RICHMOND SIAN
393 ESPINAS, RONNA JULIA NUÑEZ
394 ESPINOLA, AL ANTHONY BACUBE
395 ESPINOSA, DOREEN VENUS SANTIAGO
396 ESPINOSA, JANINE DIONES
397 ESPIRITU, EMMANUELLE NAÑAR
398 ESPLANA, MARK JOSEPH SARMIENTO
399 ESTEPA, GILBERT ALDRIN VIERNES
400 ESTOQUE, RYAJUL EUEL BIHAG
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401 ESTRERA, MARVIN VAPOROSO
402 EULDAN, ENGELBERT KILAG
403 EVANGELISTA, REY JOHN MARARAC
404 EVANGELISTA, ROMEO JOSEPH DE GUZMAN
405 FABIE, LONUEL ROGER PAGLINAWAN
406 FABROA, WENILITO PADOR
407 FAGTO, GERSON MACLI-ING
408 FAJARDO, SIR EDWARD ESTEBAN
409 FALLER, JOHN KENNETH TAGUILASO
410 FALTADO, ROMEL ALCALA
411 FAMINIANO, ELLIS ROI ABAY
412 FARAON, KEVIN KING COMIA
413 FEDERICO, MILLAN JAVIER
414 FELICES, APPLE JOHN LONGALONG
415 FELIX, MARICRIS OLAR
416 FERNANDEZ, CLYDE JEVERSON CANTOY
417 FERNANDEZ, JOHN JORDAN PADILLA
418 FERNANDEZ, MARK JEREMY ERMITA
419 FERNANDO, ARVIN CATAHAN
420 FERNANDO, JOHN FELIX GONZALES
421 FERNANDO, REGIE CEASAR FAJARDO
422 FERRANCO, JOHN PAULO ATILLANO
423 FILIO, WILFRED PRIMA
424 FILIPINO, JHARVEN MANGALINDAN
425 FLORES, JORGE PHILIP MAGNAYE
426 FLORES, RODOLFO JR DELOS SANTOS
427 FLORES, YITZHAK INFANTE
428 FLORIDA, HERMINIGILDO JUNIOR NARANJO
429 FORMALEJO, SHIRLYN CAL
430 FORONDA, GARY AGUILA
431 FORTU, MON KEVIN LANDICHO
432 FORTUNA, RUSSEL JAMES QUIDILLA
433 FREJOLES, JED CHRISTIAN LAURENTE
434 FUENTIBLANCA, EDELYN SUCGANG
435 FUSTER, DRIXLER TATOY
436 GABIO, JASSER ANADIA
437 GABRIEL, PEARL ANN MAE RAGUINI
438 GABUTIN, JOSE FRANCIS SOURIBIO
439 GACUL, JOHN PATRICK PABLO
440 GAHUMAN, NESTOR JR TANTIO
441 GALERO, THEOLAN BRIZUELA
442 GALIDO, EDELYN SENAROSA
443 GALINDES, NIKKI JOY ESPAÑO
444 GALLEMIT, MOSES PANGANIBAN
445 GALVO, ALDRIN AGUILAR
446 GAMBA, MARLA VALAINE JOY ALBURO
447 GARCIA, ALAIN MARCIALEI ATENDIDO
448 GARCIA, JOHN HARVEY PRESTO
449 GARCIA, PAOLO ANGELO PANTE
450 GASTON, TOMMY BARROGA
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451 GATELA, LEONIE SAMPIANO
452 GAVINO, PAUL ANTHONY GABIT
453 GAYETA, DONAVEL SUAREZ
454 GEMPEROA, KEEN MANILA
455 GENERAULE, TEODELU FUENTES
456 GENESE, RONNIE JR CIPRES
457 GENILLA, MARVIN ESPINOSA
458 GERVISE, RONIEL JAY GICA
459 GIBE, MARK AGA LONTOC
460 GOMEZ, JOHN MARK COMPRA
461 GONDE, SER VINCENT MORENO
462 GONZAGA, JOEY ALBERT PODENIO
463 GONZALES, ANABEL MIRALLES
464 GONZALES, KIM PATRICK
465 GOSIM, EMMANUEL JR JERAO
466 GOTAUCO, KEVIN DANIEL ABIOG
467 GREGORIO, KEN BRYAN BRIONES
468 GRINDULO, ANGELO ALFRED ALBANO
469 GUBAT, REY MARK ISRAEL
470 GUIRITAN, MONCHELO PAULO DELANTES
471 GULFO, LIZEL DOMINGUEZ
472 GUMBAN, CLYDE HITALLA
473 GUNIO, NORBERTO JR GLORIA
474 GUTANG, JUDY GABRINAO
475 GUTIERREZ, DAVID DALAWAMPU
476 GUTIERREZ, JEFFREY SIMPAO
477 HADJIAMER, ABDULLAH PITI-ELAN
478 HADJIRUL, ALFAIDAR BAING
479 HADJIRUL, ISNAJUL JR BAING
480 HASHIMOTO, MARTE LOUI SAMBRANO
481 HAYAG, GERWIN DELA CRUZ
482 HERNANDEZ, CHIKKI JOAN LEYCO
483 HERNANDEZ, JOSE ENRICO LUNA
484 HERNANDEZ, PETER JOHN LIGUED
485 HERNANDEZ, ZARA BLANCO
486 HILONGO, DIONA MARIE ISANAN
487 HIPOL, ANGELITO SORIANO
488 HITA, JOHN DENVER BATUCAN
489 HORTEZANO, MHELJOY BRACERO
490 HOSMILLO, CHARLES MICHAEL BAUTISTA
491 IBABAO, DENMARK MARIANO
492 ICOTANIM, RONJIE QUEDA
493 IGNACIO, MARREY JUN DAWE
494 ILAGAN, AIRIEZ KAYE DELICA
495 ILAGAN, ROCHELLE MARIE BAXA
496 ILLAZAR, DONRAY COSEPE
497 IMATONG, PETE ANDRE SERVOLO
498 INOC, JOHN PAUL ROSALEJOS
499 INOY, KRISTA PADILLA
500 ISIP, RONNIE MEDENILLA
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501 ISRAEL, CARLO NATHANIEL JOCSON
502 ITABASHI, YOSHIHIRO JR CRUZ
503 ITURRALDE, KIM LORENZO COO
504 JACA, VAL STEPHEN CAVALES
505 JAMELO, LHAY LLANE ILYN BACTONG
506 JANDOC, ROGER JR MORALES
507 JANIOLA, FRANCIS PAUL YBAÑEZ
508 JAVAREZ, YURI BANGCAYA
509 JAVIER, JHONNAMAE TAMAYO
510 JAVIER, JOHN BENEDICT BAÑAGA
511 JEREMIAS, JOHN KARLO BUBAN
512 JIONGCO, ALFRED EUGENE DELA PEÑA
513 JOSOL, RALPH JON FUENTES
514 JUAN, JOVEN ARIENZA
515 JUANICO, EPIFANIO JR PANAWAN
516 JULAILI, AVDELAZIZ MALIK
517 JULJANI, NASHREEN IKKAO
518 JUSI, ANGELICA MACALINTAL
519 KAPULONG, MICHAEL CAMARCE
520 LABATING, GERALD MATHEW VIDAL
521 LABUCA, JERIC JUNE INTIA
522 LACERNA, PRINCE JOSEPH MARQUEZ
523 LACHICA, FRANCIS JOHN BALINAS
524 LACHICA, MIAMI ESTOCADO
525 LACOÑA, ELVIN JAMES OMOYON
526 LADRINGAN, MELVIN FRUTO
527 LAGASCA, MARK KEVIN ROSIL
528 LAGMAY, BERLISEO JHON TIMBINGAN
529 LAGOC, BENJIE PENECILLA
530 LAGONERO, JOHN ARNOLD OBEÑA
531 LAGUS, ANGELOU JESS YU
532 LAMPANO, PAUL ANTHONY CABAHUG
533 LANDICHO, KENNETH PAUL BACULI
534 LANGIDEN, RAYNAN CYMOND PARAS
535 LANSANG, FRENZIE LOUISE TABOADA
536 LANSANGAN, DEXTER BUAN
537 LANTO, WYNNONA LYKA CABRAL
538 LANUZA, JONAR TANGCO
539 LAO-LAWI, CALVINJOHN MADERA
540 LAPARA, DUNN CARLO RONABIO
541 LARITA, GIAN FLOYD CABILES
542 LASIN, DANICA BALABBO
543 LAVIÑA, LORENSO MIGUEL ACHA
544 LEAL, JOHN BONN RAYOSA
545 LEGASPI, DARWIN JOHN CAINDOC
546 LEONG, ANDREE PAUL ENOC
547 LEUNG, YOWNIN ALBERT MANZANARES
548 LIM, WIMAR BRAGAT
549 LINGATONG, VIRGILIO JR MASBAD
550 LIRA, MARIA THEA MACATANGAY
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551 LIZA, JAILEEN GIL
552 LLANES, VERGEL TAGLE
553 LLIDO, RUFF CHRISTIAN BAGATSOLON
554 LLOREN, JOHN CEDRICK METUCUA
555 LOCATE, BRYAN JAY TADENA
556 LOGRONIO, JAN LYNDON ALICBUSAN
557 LOMAGUE, JOSHUA RAMOS
558 LONGAQUIT, ALAIN REY TRINIDAD
559 LOPEZ, LOWRENCE COMBE
560 LOPEZ, MARK LOUIE
561 LOPEZ, MARQUI NIÑO ALLAN DELA PEÑA
562 LORCA, WIL JEAN GUMAHAD
563 LOTA, JOSHUA BRADLEY DELOS REYES
564 LOYOLA, GERALD BENOSA
565 LUALHATI, LOUIS THEO RUBICO
566 LUGA, RIC KEVIEN JAY CORREOS
567 LULU, CHRISTINO JR GUINTO
568 LUSOC, CLARENCE EDWARD DELOS REYES
569 MACALALAD, EFIMARCO TOLENTINO
570 MACARAIG, ALLYSA CAMILLE CARAMPIL
571 MACARIOLA, CHRISTIAN PAUL CLARIZA
572 MACASO, REX MICHAEL GEROSAGA
573 MACATANGAY, KELVIN MENDOZA
574 MACEDA, ERNETT LEVARDO
575 MACUHA, ALDRICH RAUL ILAGAN
576 MACUROY, KAIZER BRYAN PEDNGA
577 MADARANG, AIDAN BYRNE CHUA
578 MAGADIA, NIÑA KAREN UMALI
579 MAGBANUA, VINCENT GLENN ANDAO
580 MAGHANOY, EDILVIN WALTER PASTRANO
581 MAGLAQUI, PATRICK TIONGCO
582 MAGNA, RENATO JR TACAN
583 MAGTALAS, MARILEN VENERACION
584 MALANGUIS, CHRISTIAN HERNANDEZ
585 MALASO, LOIS LANE MARANAN
586 MALICAD, SUERTE EMMANUEL QUEMQUEM
587 MALISON, CLARIZA JOY RED
588 MAMAINTE, JOHARY BANTUAS
589 MANALO, JAY BEE BOY ABANTE
590 MANALO, JOSHUA PAGSINUHIN
591 MANALO, VINCEN TULALIAN
592 MANAOIS, RUBEN CARLO GONZALES
593 MANARES, CEE JAY GONZALES
594 MANEJA, KENNETH CABELLO
595 MANGAOANG, MARK ANTHONY DE LOS SANTOS
596 MANIEGO, MEDWIN VINO
597 MANIMOG, NORELYN DATULAYTA
598 MANINGO, MARC FLORENCE SENCIO
599 MANONGSONG, RAYMARK TACCABAN
600 MANUBEN, HAROLD PADOC
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601 MANZANERO, JUSTIN ISAIAH JIMENEZ
602 MANZANO, RALPH RENCE DULAY
603 MAPILI, JOHN LESTER DE LEON
604 MARASIGAN, MIKKO AGARIN
605 MARAYAG, MICHAEL BALUNTANG
606 MARCELINO, ROLLY SORIANO
607 MARCIANO, YIU
608 MARQUEZ, FRANCIS ISAAC OLIVAR
609 MARTIN, KENDRICK SALINAS
610 MARTINEZ, PRINCESS ANDAL
611 MARTOS, EMMANUEL CLYDE ALITO
612 MASAMOC, MICHAEL JAMES MACADAT
613 MATIBAG, MARC EDISON DIMACULANGAN
614 MATULAC, JOHN LORD RAZON
615 MAYRONG, NHEL CHRISTIAN CARDOZO
616 MAÑALAC, ED JOSHUA GUANSING
617 MAÑOSA, ALFRE PIDA
618 MEDRANO, ISAAC ALFRED ALIM
619 MEDRANO, ROMALYN ALEXIS ALMAREZ
620 MELICOR, WINKIE PINOTE
621 MENDOZA, CAMILLE SALAZAR
622 MENDOZA, DIANE CARINA OROZA
623 MENDOZA, IVY ROSE BADILLO
624 MENDOZA, JUDE NICOLE DE JESUS
625 MENDOZA, RYAN PAUL CULLA
626 MENDOZA, RYEDEL ROD BAYANES
627 MENESES, JASON MAGUNDAYAO
628 MENOR, CLIFTON JAKE CHAN
629 MERCADO, JOY GLADICE CANTOS
630 MIGUEL, MARC DANN OREL
631 MILES, CHENIE ERNO
632 MIRAFILEZ, EMMANUEL FLORES
633 MIRANO, JOSEF LHARIE CARANDANG
634 MOJARES, GLEZIEL CUSTODIO
635 MONTAÑO, OLIVER NALDOZA
636 MONTE, RAYMOND IAN ESTOY
637 MONTESINO, JOSEPH KARL DALTON
638 MONTUERTO, RONEL MARIQUIT
639 MORALDE, NORIEL JAY MACAPINLAC
640 MORALES, CLINT RUZZEL CATAMCO
641 MORALES, FRANCIS MACARANAS
642 MUGOT, ANDREW JAY NANTES
643 MUNAR, FRANCIS RAY BONGOLAN
644 MUSTAPHA, JALAL MANGORANDA
645 NABOR, ALLAN JR FERNANDEZ
646 NAGRAMPA, ALDRIN JESTER GARCIA
647 NAINGUE, AILEN BIHAG
648 NALE, JUDE SUSING
649 NAMOL, LARRY HILARIO
650 NAMUCO, MARK JAYSON BAES
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651 NAMUD, JOHN CHRISTIAN NAVARRO
652 NAVAL, NORMAN JOHN CABAÑOG
653 NAVARRO, RYLAN ZACARIAS
654 NAZAR, JOHN JACOB MARTILLANO
655 NAZARENO, PAUL DEXTER ORFANO
656 NICOR, NEKKO MAR MANAY
657 NIEBRES, KIM IAN FLORENDO
658 NILLUSGUIN, LOUIE BRYLL BALANGUE
659 NOLASCO, JEZREEL ALDWIN URIAN
660 NORIEGA, CARLO JOSEPH ARGUELLES
661 NOYA, REBECCA ESPINA
662 NUÑEZ, NOUEN STEPHEN WERNER BOMBASE
663 OBATAY, RICHPRIL BREGENIA
664 OFTANA, JOHNNY DUALLO
665 OLANO, JOFREY HOPE FAJARDO
666 OLARTE, JOWARD RUEDAS
667 OLARTE, KENLY MERCADO
668 OLFINDO, CEDRICK MEJIA
669 OLIDAN, DANILO JR CASIGNIA
670 OLODIN, JOEY ESTRELLA
671 OLORVIDA, RUFILSAN BULADO
672 OLVEÑA, LAWRENCE GERALD BANSIL
673 OMAR, IBN MUIZZ SAGCAL
674 OMAR, MEHDHAR TAWASIL
675 OMBAC, ALEXANDER
676 ONGCOY, NOEL CHARLES JR ORDILLO
677 OPALEC, AERON LORENZ RANO
678 OPANDA, NHOLEE BUNDA
679 OPEÑA, NIKKO HERNANDEZ
680 ORATE, RENAN ALINDAJAO
681 ORBIGOZO, DONNABELLE CRUZ
682 OROG, MELVIN CONSAGA
683 ORTALEZA, SARA LEE MOVIDA
684 OWAR, DONALD MUGAL
685 PABALAN, KREISHA JADE ROBINOS
686 PABELONIA, MERRY JANE MACATANGAY
687 PACALDO, DAN DOMINIC TALAGTAG
688 PADILLA, CHRISTIAN JOSEPH TAGAC
689 PADUA, CHRISTIAN DE CHAVEZ
690 PAGADUAN, AXEL JHON FORBES
691 PAGATPATAN, LLOYD SALISID
692 PAGLINGAYEN, ROMEL DIMALANTA
693 PAGSINOHIN, JEN JEN CABATAY
694 PAGSINOHIN, MICHELL VILLANUEVA
695 PAGTALUNAN, DARREL JOSHUA DOMINGO
696 PAING, ED PITLONGAY
697 PAJANUSTAN, DAN ROMEL MERCADO
698 PALACAY, MARK ANTHONY PATUBO
699 PALAD, ANGELICA FABIAN
700 PALCON, ALVIN GALIMA
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701 PALMA, JOHN RHYS PAULINO
702 PANALIGAN, CHRISTIAN SANTOS
703 PANEDA, MARK ANTHONY LUCERO
704 PANGANIBAN, JULIE ANN BUELA
705 PANO, JOHN KELVIN AZORES
706 PAPARO, GIANPAOLO PASQUALE
707 PARADERO, KARL PAGAPONG
708 PARAS, NIKKO PALERACIO
709 PAREJA, NAOMI GRACE FAELMIGA
710 PARTOSA, KEVIN PAUL BAYLON
711 PASAGUI, LHEXTER BRYAN CLANOR
712 PASCUA, BRYAN MALAGUEÑO
713 PASCUA, KELVIN ESTELLA
714 PASCUA, RICHARD GONZALES
715 PASCUA, RYDELLE MADAYAG
716 PASCUAL, RUSTOM GANARIAL
717 PATIGAYON, MERBEN DONOR
718 PATINO, LOVE JOY TIPON
719 PATRICIO, CHRISTIAN ROI CARASCO
720 PAURONG, ROE ANGELO GALLOS
721 PAÑA, ANECITO JR MATUNOG
722 PEDRAJAS, CRISCHAN CONTADOR
723 PERALEJO, KENJI FRANCIS ISHII
724 PERALTA, JOHN ERICK MANDANE
725 PERALTA, REYNALDO JR QUINA
726 PEREZ, CHARISSE CASTOR
727 PEREZ, CHARLES JHUN ZAPORTEZA
728 PEÑAMORA, PAMELA DENISE LLONOR
729 PIALA, ARIEL RAY PALIOTA
730 PILA, PATRICIA NULUD
731 PINO, PHIL ANDREW SEGISMAR
732 PINTOR, MARVIN DIAMAT
733 PIQUERO, KEVIN MAXELL AMORA
734 PIZARRO, REY JR GAITE
735 PLATINO, MARK ANTHONY JR LLUVIDO
736 POCOT, MARTHON RYAN CENIZA
737 POJA, ERROL JOHN SANGRADOR
738 POLITADO, MARC ARIS BUELA
739 PORLEY, LEOGEL KENZRAE JUDE CASAPAO
740 PORRAS, ARMANDO III
741 PRADO, SONNY BOY DELA CRUZ
742 PRINCIPE, MARY GRACE PADUADA
743 PRIOL, JOHN KENNETH REGALARIO
744 PROBITSO, TITUS JOHN HISULER
745 PUMARADA, GUIA KARLA LONTOC
746 PUNO, NHADINE JANE DELANTAR
747 PUNZALAN, ROBERT B J REYES
748 QUIBUYEN, REY JHUNE MONTEVIRGEN
749 QUIGAO, ARGEL BIROG
750 QUIJANO, BENJAMIN III PRADO
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751 QUIJANO, GABRIELLE DOMINIQUE TOMENLACO
752 QUIROY, REYMIL JAY
753 QUIZON, KIMUEL TIQUIS
754 RABONG, MELVIN INSIK
755 RACUYA, STAR JOY BALLESTA
756 RAMILO, ROLANDO JR TAGALO
757 RAMIREZ, AESSER BALMES
758 RAMIREZ, JANE PAULINE RAMOS
759 RAMIREZ, KHEVIN ALEA
760 RAMOS, ALYSSA PEDROSA
761 RAMOS, JEMM GILBERT MAGADIA
762 RAMOS, TED RAYNEL RELIGIOSO
763 RAYALA, NIKKO BARRAMEDA
764 RAYOS, AILYNN VEL CASTOR
765 REBAÑO, JIMZEL GUMBAN
766 RECELLA, ALEX ROY BODOSO
767 RECIO, MARK LAURENCE GUMARAC
768 REGIS, JED EDISON LEPITEN
769 REGIS, REYLAND LAWAS
770 RENEGADO, RODULF JOHN BATOMALAQUE
771 REODAVA, KEITH IBARDOLAZA
772 REPESENCIA, CHARLES ERNEST PELAYO
773 REQUITO, ERWIN JHON ORDANES
774 RESMA, ARIEL TUMULAK
775 RESOGENTO, DENNIS JR GUADALQUIVER
776 RETIZA, ERICSON MATURAN
777 REYES, JOMER LAYAGUIN
778 REYES, JOSE AUDIE JR FRANCISCO
779 REYES, RAFAEL BERNADAS
780 REYES, RODOLFO FRANCISCO
781 RIBO, MELVINSON LAYAGUE
782 RILLORAZA, JIEREMY PUTI
783 RIO, JOHN KEVIN GONZALES
784 RIVERA, ANGELA MANABAT
785 RIVERA, JAN ALFRED AGUILON
786 RIVERA, JORENZE MERCADO
787 RIVERA, JULIE ANN
788 RIVERA, MARC JAN EROS OLAES
789 RIVERA, RENZ APPLE FELICIANO
790 ROA, JEFFREY CAYANGHO
791 RODELAS, BERNARDINO JR PACUMIO
792 RODELAS, RANDON CONTRERAS
793 RODRIGO, JELLO SANTOS
794 ROSALES, EMMANUEL ADONIS
795 ROSALES, ERICA MAE MASANGKAY
796 ROSILLO, MICHAEL ANGELO CASTRO
797 ROSILLO, PRINCE LY BATO
798 RUBIA, JOSEPH DOMINIC ROBLES
799 RUBION, NICECY BUNDAC
800 RUSTIA, GABRIEL APAS
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801 SABA, ALEXIS NIÑO MURCIA
802 SABADO, DAZZLE MAE CORPUZ
803 SADERNAS, JASON EARL ALIA
804 SAGAOINIT, ROGELIO JR ESCOSIO
805 SAGUN, LYNDONN CHESTER RIVERA
806 SALA-AN, JEFFREY QUINLOB
807 SALAS, JERALD VINCENT RAYMUNDO
808 SALUDES, JOVANIE ALTERADO
809 SALVADOR, DEN GERALD TAMAYO
810 SALVAN, JESE ROMIL DAGUPLO
811 SAN JOSE, MARK LEXTER CULLADO
812 SAN JUAN, DAN MARLOU LOPENA
813 SANA, ANACELLE TARCELO
814 SANCHEZ, GLAIZZA MARIE BELO
815 SANCHEZ, MARK ERICK HERNANDEZ
816 SANDOVAL, RENZ MARCO KISON
817 SANTIAGO, NEIL JOSHUA CASTRO
818 SANTILLAN, IAN JOHN LAPA
819 SANTILLAN, JOHN ALEXIS SANTIAGO
820 SANTILLAN, ROGIE MAR VINSON
821 SANTOS, CARMINA JAUCO
822 SANTOS, FLORIANNE JOSE
823 SANTOS, JACOB ADRIAN ASTORGA
824 SANTOS, JEREMIAH JOHN VIDALLON
825 SANTOS, JESSAIRA MIRANDILLA
826 SANTOS, JOHN MARC SANCHEZ
827 SANTOS, RODOLFO JR VALENZUELA
828 SARMIENTO, STEFFY KEN AGUBA
829 SAUSA, MIKE ANGELO PULVERA
830 SAUT, BONIFACIO RODRIGO
831 SAWALI, RULF BRYAN MERCADO
832 SAYEN, GRACELYN MARIE MOLINA
833 SENDIONG, ABRAHAM III PALAO
834 SEVILLA, MAUREEN GRACE NAVELA
835 SEWANE, MELVIN JAY ANTERO
836 SIBUAN, KARL MICHAEL ALEMANIA
837 SILOS, DON FRITZ GARZON
838 SILVA, ELAIZA MAE HERNANDEZ
839 SIMBOL, BERNARD GASAL
840 SIOCSON, MARK JHORDANE CUATRONA
841 SIOSON, MARY NOUVELOU MACAIRAN
842 SOBREVILLA, MAVERICK MORLA
843 SOLANO, EZEKIEL SONGCO
844 SOLIVIO, JOEMAR EDEN MACIADO
845 SOLMORO, DIONISIO BUBA
846 SOMOZA, JANINE CLARIN
847 SORIANO, HEXON LAFUENTE
848 SORIANO, JAN KANE DAVA
849 SORIANO, JOHN LOUIE CRUZ
850 SUAREZ, EFREN JR ESPINO
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851 SUPILANAS, JERMAINE SEBLOS
852 SUSADA, MICHAEL DURANTE
853 SY, ALEXIS MERVIN TAYO
854 TAACTAAC, DANTE CARRION
855 TABLANZA, NATHANIEL LALATA
856 TABUDLONG, JOE LOUISE MAZO
857 TAGANAP, JOHN KEVIN PEREZ
858 TAGARO, EMMANUEL JEROME LAZARO
859 TAGLE, GERALD TABING
860 TALABIS, JAKE HEIDMARCK COMETA
861 TALINGTING, CARL MICHAEL JAY CUTAMORA
862 TAN, EMIL ANGELO ONG
863 TAN, JARED EPHRAIM SY
864 TAN, MARIA BONITA LIBRE
865 TANDUYAN, REYNAN PANO
866 TANUCAN, GEAM IREAL PANILAG
867 TARAN, JONNARD MANALO
868 TAVERA, JERLON JR ENCABO
869 TAYO, JOHN CHRISTIAN BATO
870 TERRADO, JOHN CARLO SUBOC
871 TERRY, RODRIGO JR IGNACIO
872 TIANGCO, JAMES AARON ALMENAR
873 TILA, RAFAEL MESA
874 TIMBALOPEZ, LEOPOLDO VARIN
875 TIPACE, JIO EMMANUELLE ESTACIO
876 TIPAY, EDSON CALAGUAS
877 TISBE, DEXTER ANTIPALA
878 TISOY, DAVIE ANN GIMPAYA
879 TIU, CALVIN LEANDER ONG
880 TOLENTINO, ARCAMILLE VANESSA LADDARAN
881 TOLENTINO, JORLE COSTILLAS
882 TOMBAGA, JHON ANGELO NICOLAS
883 TORING, JESSIE VINCO
884 TORION, DONALD ANDREW QUIPIT
885 TOTAÑES, RAMON ANTONIO LOCSON
886 TRAPANE, CARLA ALYANA CRUZ
887 TRINOS, MARTIN JAMES VERZOSA
888 TRONGCO, FROILAN FLORIDA
889 TROPICALES, RUVEL MARK TAWATAO
890 TUGO, JOHN CARLO SUPE
891 TUHITOM, BENJAMIN BANSIL
892 TUMAMPOS, IESU DOMINIC
893 TURINGAN, JOHN EDWARD MARASIGAN
894 TURQUEZA, VASLOVE JOHN ENRY FREDILES
895 ULAN, EULYSSES ASISTIDO
896 UMALI, ANGELO MAGADIA
897 UMALI, RONNEL LATAG
898 UNGON, JASON BAUTRO
899 UNTALAN, JULIETH RAMOS
900 UNTALAN, JUSTIN SABALBRO
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901 URETA, GABRIEL VILINO PELAYO
902 URSOLINO, WARLITO JR BALGOS
903 USMAN, HODA RASAD
904 UY, JAYSON CLEMENTE
905 VALENCIA, JOHN CARLO GATBONTON
906 VALENTON, JEFFREY ASILO
907 VALLADORES, GLENN RAMOS
908 VASQUEZ, SAMUEL JR GALUNO
909 VEGA, ROLAND IAN CALAGOS
910 VELASQUEZ, JOMARI ABRIL
911 VELUZ, ASHLEY ESPESO
912 VERGARA, DANICA MAE BATHAN
913 VERGARA, JETLEE LANDICHO
914 VEYRA, HAZEL JOY DIOLA
915 VICENCIO, HERMINIO ENRICO II IBARAL
916 VICENTE, CARLO AVENDAÑO
917 VILLACORTE, RAY AXLE CANDA
918 VILLAGONZALO, DIN MICHAEL ARAC
919 VILLAGRACIA, CARLO LUIS BASILIO
920 VILLALOBOS, LYNDON CATAPANG
921 VILLALVA, MARVIN RABY
922 VILLAMEA, EMMANUEL UNTALAN
923 VILLAMOR, MARLON ALBURO
924 VILLANUEVA, ROBERT JAY LADOT
925 VILLAPANDO, ULYSSES CAESAR DE QUIROZ
926 VILLAREAL, RALVENE EPINO
927 VILLASIN, LOVIM MOBILLA
928 VILLENA, ALLAN ROJA
929 VISPERAS, LOUIE SALAC
930 ZANORIA, TYRONE LEE DELA CRUZ
931 ZANTUA, ALLEN ZANE SABLAN
932 ZUBIAGA, LUIGI FRANCISCO
933 ZULUETA, CHRISTOPHER JOHN DAMIAN
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1 BANDOJO, DANISH JOSE
2 BASINAL, BOBBY BAYRANTE
3 BUGIA, RICHARDSON DUGAN
4 CABAL, NORMAN ELPUZ
5 CHUA, MARCIANO JR GIMAO
6 DELA CRUZ, JOMAR DE LIMA
7 DIAZ, RUEL ORAIZ
8 GADUYON, CHARITO JR MANDIN
9 INTIA, GENER JUN RULL
10 LAMASAN, JESON LAGUERTA
11 MALAPO, JONEL PONTILLAS
12 MALATE, BRYAN JOHN FAUSTO
13 PACER, KENNETH LARESMA
14 PAGADUAN, NOEL PLAZA
15 PARAISO, MARC VINCENT OLIVA
16 REDOÑA, JEFFREY BUHAYO
17 TRINIDAD, DHAN PHILIP AMORA
18 VALENTINO, AERON PAUL HAMTO
19 VALLADORES, ALISON CANTORIA
20 VILDA, ROMMEL SANTOS
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Please go to www.prc.gov.ph and follow instructions for initial registration.

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 name tag)
  • 2 sets of documentary stamps
  • 1 short brown envelope with name and profession

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 examinations WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER, PRC said.

VERIFICATION OF RATINGS

Mechanical Engineering board exam verification of ratings (passers, non-passers and removal) can be done online. Visit PRC's "Verification of Rating" service and enter the required information to verify your identity. Note that this can be available in few days after the exam.

EXAMINATION COVERAGE

Examinations for ME board exam covered the following major subjects: industrial and power plant engineering (Day 1); mathematics, engineering economics and basic engineering services, machine design, materials and shop practice (Day 2).

Meanwhile, CPM exams covered the following: elements of power plant machinery, shop machinery practice (Day 1) and elements of industrial plant machinery (Day 2).

RELEASE OF RESULTS

According to PRC Resolution No. 2017-1068, the target release of Mechanical Engineer board exam results is on Friday, March 2 or in three (3) working days after the exam.

In the same period last year, results were also released in 3 working days. A total of 1,083 out of 1,904 (56.88%) passed the mechanical engineering licensure exams while 19 out of 39 hurdled the CPM exams.

In the March 2016 exam, results were announced in 3 working days. PRC named 910 out of 1645 (55.32%) who passed the ME board and 33 out of 53 (62.26%) for the CPM exams.

Here's the statistics Mechanical Engineer ME board exam in the past three (3) years:

Exam Date Total Examinees Total Passers Passing Rate Days before results release
September 2017 5,098 3,517 68.99% 3
March 2017 1,904 1,083 56.88% 3
September 2016 4,470 3,110 69.57% 3
March 2016 1,645 910 55.32% 3
September 2015 3,866 2,136 55.25% 7
March 2015 1,247 739 59.26% 3

Here's the statistics of Certified Plant Mechanics (CPM) board exam in the past three (3) years:

Exam Date Total Examinees Total Passers Passing Rate Days before results release
September 2017 105 31 29.52% 3
March 2017 39 19 48.72% 3
September 2016 68 40 58.82% 3
March 2016 53 33 62.26% 3
September 2015 51 24 47.06% 7
March 2015 28 19 67.86% 3

UPDATES

The Summit Express will update this page immediately for the list of passers, topnotchers and performance of schools once results are out online.

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Samsung launches Galaxy S9 and S9+: specs, price, release date in the Philippines



MANILA, Philippines - Samsung Electronics officially unveiled their next flagship devices, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on Sunday, February 25 (Monday in Manila time). Local launch event was also held announcing the official price and release date in the country.

Samsung launches Galaxy S9 and S9+: specs, price, release date in the Philippines

The Galaxy S9 and S9+ boast its advanced camera, redesigned with a new Dual Aperture lens that powers an innovative low light camera, Super Slow-mo video capabilities and personalized AR Emoji.

S9 promised an enhanced entertainment experience with powerful stereo speakers tuned by AKG, immersive audio with Dolby Atmos and a refined edge-to-edge Infinity Display – a key staple in Samsung’s design heritage.

In addition, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ come with the new SmartThings app, which unites Samsung’s existing IoT services into one single, smart experience.

Samsung sets the gold standard for smartphones with IP68 water and dust resistance and wireless charging and goes a step beyond with the Galaxy S9 and S9+.

The devices now support expandable memory of up to 400GB with a Micro SD Card and are equipped with the latest premium application processors offering powerful performance and sophisticated image processing.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Official Introduction


Here are Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Product Specifications:

Item Galaxy S9 Galaxy S9+
OS Android 8 (Oreo)
Display 5.8-inch Quad HD + Curved Super AMOLED, 18.5:91,2 (570ppi) 6.2-inch Quad HD + Curved Super AMOLED, 18.5:99,10 (529ppi)
Body 147.7mm x 68.7mm x 8.5mm, 163g, IP687 158.1mm x 73.8mm x 8.5mm, 189g, IP687
Camera Rear: Super Speed Dual Pixel 12MP AF sensor with OIS (F1.5/F2.4) Rear: Dual Camera with Dual OIS
Front: 8MP AF (F1.7) – Wide-angle: Super Speed Dual Pixel 12MP AF sensor (F1.5/F2.4)
– Telephoto: 12MP AF sensor (F2.4)
Front: 8MP AF (F1.7)
AP 10nm, 64-bit, Octa-core processor (2.7 GHz Quad + 1.7 GHz Quad)
10nm, 64-bit, Octa-core processor (2.8 GHz Quad + 1.7 GHz Quad)
Memory 4GB RAM 6GB RAM
64GB/128GB/256GB4 + Micro SD Slot (upto 400 GB) 64GB/128GB/256GB12 + Micro SD Slot (upto 400GB)
SIM Card Single SIM: Nano SIM
Dual SIM (Hybrid SIM): Nano SIM + Nano SIM or MicroSD slot
Battery 3,000mAh
Fast Wired Charging compatible with QC 2.0
Wireless Charging compatible with WPC and PMA
Network Enhanced 4X4 MIMO / CA, LAA, LTE Cat.18
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz), VHT80 MU-MIMO, 1024QAM, Bluetooth® v 5.0 (LE up to 2Mbps), ANT+, USB type-C, NFC, Location (GPS, Galileo, Glonass, BeiDou)5
Payment NFC, MST
Sensors Iris sensor, Pressure sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Hall sensor, HR sensor, Proximity sensor, RGB Light sensor
Authentication Lock type: pattern, PIN, password
Biometric lock type: iris scanner, fingerprint scanner, face recognition, Intelligent Scan: multimodal biometric authentication with iris scanning and face recognition
Audio Stereo speakers tuned by AKG, surround sound with Dolby Atmos technology,
Audio playback format: MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MID, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA, APE, DSF, DFF
Video MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM

Pricing and availability in the Philippines

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be available in the Philippines starting March 16 (Friday).

MODEL CAPACITY PRICE (SRP)
Galaxy S9 4GB RAM + 64GB storage Php45,990
Galaxy S9+ 6GB RAM + 64GB storage Php52,990
Galaxy S9 Plus 6GB RAM + 128GB storage Php55,990
Galaxy S9 Plus 6GB RAM + 256GB storage Php60,990

It will be offered in Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue and a new hue, Lilac Purple. Pre-order will run from February 27 to March 6.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ colors

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Original singers of “Say Something” impressed with KZ’s version of the song



MANILA, Philippines - The singers of the hit song “Say Something” was blown away by KZ Tandingan’s rendition of the song.

“Say Something” was sung by American duo, A Great Big World
“Say Something” was sung by American duo, A Great Big World | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/ A Great Big World

The American indie pop duo, A Great Big World had a few but meaningful words for KZ. On Twitter, their official account retweeted the video of KZ’s Singer performance and captioned it with, “Wow. @KZ Wow.”

KZ seems to have been surprised with the attention and appreciate the compliment. She also replied to the tweet saying, “Whoa. Thanks so much for appreciating!”


KZ’s dramatic performance of “Say Something”
KZ’s dramatic performance of “Say Something” | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/KZ Tandingan

During the seventh episode of Singer 2018, KZ roused the audience with her acoustic version of “Say Something.” The singer-performer admitted that she felt nervous with the results because the audience’s response wasn’t as warm compared to her previous performance. In the end, she felt relieved that she’s back in the top 5 as she ranked number 4 for that week.

KZ answers a basher who told her “Wala ka sa timing”

KZ’s dramatic performance may have been impressive but she still couldn’t get away from a few bashers.

A netizen on Twitter commented on KZ’s “Say Something” performance saying, “"@KZofficial pakinggan mo naman ung music as background sa Singer 2018, wala ka sa timing beh. Sayang."

KZ decided to explain that it merely because of post-editing issues. She replied, “Inaayos nila ngayon. Kasi nagkaproblema sila sa post editing ng video kaya nagka ganun. Sorry beh ha nasayang tuloy. Tag kita pag naibalik na nila sa original. Thank you beh."

A few hours later, Cornerstone, the company managing the career of KZ uploaded the new copy of the video and explained, "KZ prepared a different song for this episode and the arrangement for that song came from the Philippines. Hunan Broadcasting System (HBS) decided last minute to change the song because they felt the song is not well known in China and asked KZ to perform "Say Something" instead since this is one of the songs she performed during audition that really left a mark on them.”

"We had to fly Macoy (her guitarist) last minute for this and she only got to rehearse this song on the day of the recording but still delivered an awesome performance. We love you! KZ Tandingan"


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VIDEO: Spiral pole dancer Kristel De Catalina gets golden buzzer from Vice Ganda on PGT



MANILA, Philippines - The spiral pole dancing act of Kristel De Catalina received the coveted "golden buzzer" in the continuation of auditions for the sixth season of "Pilipinas Got Talent" (PGT) on Sunday, February 25, 2018.

Spiral pole dancer Kristel De Catalina gets golden buzzer from Vice Ganda on PGT

Single mom Kristel dedicated her performance to her son Troy. "Lahat po handa kong gawin para maging proud po siya sa akin."

The judges and hosts were impressed on her act giving her a standing ovation.

Vice Ganda, who' not feeling well, said he was healed by her performance.

"Sa sobrang ganda ng ginawa mo, you healed me," Vice Ganda has commented.

"Your talent, act, performance, message and inspiration...for me deserves a golden buzzer," the comedian added.

Meanwhile, Freddie M. Garcia said: "All I can say is you got it."

Watch Kristel De Catalina's PGT 2018 audition performance here (video courtesy of ABS-CBN):


By receiving the golden buzzer, Kristel automatically qualified for the semifinals.

Hosted by Billy Crawford and Toni Gonzaga, "Pilipinas Got Talent" airs Saturdays after "Home Sweetie Home" and Sundays after "Wansapanataym."

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LIVE STREAM: Gilas Pilipinas vs Japan FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers



MANILA, Philippines - The country's national team SMART Gilas Pilipinas will try to bounce back from their loss against the Australia Boomers, this time against team Japan in the second window of the 2019 FIBA World Cup qualifiers on Sunday evening, February 25, at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Gilas Pilipinas vs Japan FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers
GILAS PILIPINAS out to sweep Japan in FIBA Asian qualifiers. Photo Credit: Sports5PH

Gilas Pilipinas (2-1), defeated by the Boomers (3-0) on Thursday, February 22, are expected to overcome Japan Japan (0-3) with the return of its veteran guard Jayson Castro for the Sunday's game.

READ: Gilas Pilipinas gets pounded by Australia Boomers in FIBA World qualifiers

Gilas coach Chot Reyes told ESPN 5 that Castro, who suffered from sprained ankle in PBA games, has looked fine the last few days in practice "but that's without full contact."

"During that trip [to Australia], puro rehab lang ako tsaka mga light workout para yung stamina ko nandun pa rin," Castro said.

"Kung sa kanila [Japan] do-or-die to, ganun din samin," he added.

Aside from Castro, Gilas 12 against Japan includes Andray Blatche, June Mar Fajardo, Japeth Aguilar, Roger Pogoy, Kiefer Ravena, Matthew Wright, Gabe Norwood, Calvin Abueva, Allen Maliksi and Jio Jalalon who also missed the previous outing because of a leg injury.

Only 3 teams in the Group B will advance to the next round of the qualifiers after the three windows. Competing teams also include Chinese Taipei (1-2).

Game time is at 7:30 p.m.

Watch Gilas Pilipinas vs Japan FIBA World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers on livestream (video courtesy of sports.tv5.ph/live):



RESULTS: Gilas Pilipinas won against Japan, 89-84.


Here are the live updates courtesy of Sports5PH:

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‘The Significant Other’ Movie Review: Another Cheating Narrative



*MINOR Spoilers Ahead*

Directed by Joel Lamangan, “The Significant Other” tells the age-old tale of a cheating husband, in this case played by Tom Rodriguez (Edward), married to Lovi Poe’s Maxene - a top model who decided to temporarily walk away from her career to focus on her own family. Her eagerness to return back to the limelight prompted her husband to cheat with Erich Gonzales’ Nicole.

Distributed by Star Cinema, it’s advertised as a steamy love story, but in reality, it doesn’t have a strong romantic through-line to be called as such.

Erich Gonzales as Nicole, Tom Rodriguez as Edward and Lovi Poe as Maxene in ‘The Significant Other’
L-R: Erich Gonzales as Nicole, Tom Rodriguez as Edward and Lovi Poe as Maxene in ‘The Significant Other’/Star Cinema

Character set-up was thrown out of the window to deep dive into the intimate scenes right away that it’s difficult to feel compelled by any of the main players. It’s almost comical that after one flirtation session, both Nicole and Edward were suddenly smitten with each other. If it was intended that the two quickly had intense mutual reaction with each other from the get-go to allow their relationship to flourish quickly as it did, the movie did a bad job doing it. Further, other than sharing a bed together, we don’t really know what goes into their so-called relationship to merit an “I love you” on their first “date.”

Lovi Poe as Maxene in ‘The Significant Other’/Star Cinema
Lovi Poe as Maxene in ‘The Significant Other’/Star Cinema

Storytelling-wise,”The Significant Other’s” film flow was incredibly jumpy made worse by the unnecessary time-warps to the point that quick cuts and sudden change in pace can be really off-putting. This didn’t help the film’s script considering how inconsistent the film’s tone is. If anything, it only made the movie feel tacky, almost like a parody.

There’s no attention to the finer details whatsoever, and some characters are simply just there, without any purpose or meaning. Not a surprise considering how its main trio didn’t exactly have a clear arc, but still, it’s odd that we devote screen time for third-tier characters when it could’ve been used to delve more on Maxene’s, Edward’s and Nicole’s respective journeys.

One positive factor in the movie is Poe’s performance. She sold her character’s struggle to want to return to her career after devoting years of her life to her growing family. In just a few scenes, she unfortunately, the way her narrative progressed didn’t give her the opportunity to standout from movie wives cheated by their husbands. It gets more insulting when Edward wasn’t held accountable for his actions. He was just given a two-second shot of supposedly regretting what he did, but with how forthcoming he was with his mischiefs, it’s difficult to buy the idea that he’s a changed man in a matter of weeks or months. Worse, both Maxene and Nicole appeared to have quickly moved on after the scandal that went down a very public fashion gathering.

Erich Gonzales as Nicole and Tom Rodriguez as Edward in ‘The Significant Other
Erich Gonzales as Nicole and Tom Rodriguez as Edward in ‘The Significant Other/Star Cinema

In the end, it felt like The Significant Other’s main purpose is for the intimate scenes, which is such a let-down from a director like Lamangan who’s done great pieces like “Sabel,” “Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita” and “Mila” in the past.

Almost a decade after, it’s difficult to see that a lot of these cheating narratives are still trying to capitalize on the popularity that “The Other Woman” garnered. Outside of the the change-up in character profiles, not much is different. The patterns are almost similar, and what’s worse, most of the contemporaries don’t have the nuanced take on the story like the Ruel S. Bayani-flick.

Watch full trailer of ‘The Significant Other’ (video courtesy of Star Cinema):


— ALD, The Summit Express



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Payo simplifies COD transaction for the ecommerce industry in PH



MANILA, Philippines - PAYO, a gateway that manages and simplifies Cash on Delivery (COD), launches its new platform in a bid to help simplify and improve the productivity of online businesses and enable them to fully take advantage of the e-commerce platform.

Payo simplifies COD transaction for the ecommerce industry in PH
L-R: PAYO was developed for HLM, an ecommerce platform and a leading call center business founded by Ofri Kadosh and his business partner, Liron Gross, co-founder and COO, to scale up their sales and reduce cancellations. The Philippines was the first country PAYO launched in given the growth potential of the e-commerce industry.

Ofri Kadosh, co-founder and CEO of PAYO, said that the full-suite of the new platform’s capabilities will help to minimize cancellations and increase revenues while allowing merchants to better navigate the process.

“We know the struggle of businesses operating in the e-commerce space and what they have to contend with particularly when it comes to integrating cash-on-delivery in their payment process. One of the main challenges are order cancellations, which happens to about 30 to 35 percent of their transactions. For merchants, this means an automatic loss in revenue,” added Kadosh.

In the Philippines, e-commerce is a fast-growing industry, especially since Filipinos spend 8.5 hours online a day. Around 33.3 million of the population use smartphones while 69M are active internet users. In 2016, the annual e-commerce revenue has a total of $1.5-Billion.

Furthermore, Filipinos lead the world globally in terms of amount of time spent on social media, spending an average of four hours and 17 minutes a day on social platforms, according to a 2017 report by social media management platform Hootsuite and social media consultants We Are Social Ltd.

Kadosh noted that local merchants need to integrate COD in their business model given that 93 percent of the Filipinos prefer paying cash when buying online. Only eight percent of the population carry a credit card while 72 percent still do not have bank accounts.

To help e-commerce businesses, PAYO developed a platform that will allow for both the merchants and their consumers to experience better and faster COD transactions. It works as an interface that can be added to the merchant’s shopping carts. Once the consumers start placing their orders, a pool of data scientists will then process every sale, as well as to record and analyze the clients order history.

PAYO developed a consumer data analysis that builds credit history for COD consumers and employs fraud detection to identify potentially problematic accounts minimizing the incidence of cancellations even before the parcel leaves the merchants’ warehouse.

Working with any courier, PAYO Solution also integrates courier optimization algorithms to choose the most convenient and practical type of courier to use from among the company’s pool of trusted partners. Among these are LBC, 2GO, Black Arrow Express, Ninja Van, Honest Bee, Zoom, Lalamove and Dalasia.

While the product is moving from the merchant’s warehouse to the customer, PAYO’s solutions can also be used to streamline the process of tracking the orders and communicating with the customers for updates of their order. Once the delivery is successful, PAYO can also monitor money collection and remit the earnings to the merchant.

What’s more, the data insights collected from all the deliveries drawn from Payo can be utilized as well to ensure early and immediate remittance to help merchants manage cash flow and scale up their business.

As part of its commitment, PAYO only charges when the delivery is successful assuring the merchants of good service. Aside from the launch of the new platform, PAYO is set to release a mobile application later this year to make it easier for consumers to track their orders. With this app, the consumer will be updated on the whereabouts of their orders allowing them to manage their own orders.

PAYO recently partnered with Paynamics and Ipay88, two of some of the biggest gateways in the Philippines and Southeast Asia. These will be fully integrated to Payo’s platform during the first quarter of 2018.

The company also recently concluded a business model and contract with TackThis!, an effective e-retail solution with social commerce capabilities that empowers individuals and businesses to sell across the web, social media and through mobile.

First launched in December 2016, PAYO was developed for HLM, an ecommerce platform and a leading call center business founded by Kadosh and his business partner, Liron Gross, co-founder and COO, to scale up their sales and reduce cancellations. The Philippines was the first country PAYO launched in given the growth potential of the e-commerce industry.

At present, PAYO continues to get a huge traction in the ecommerce industry as it now handles COD transactions for big brands, such as National Bookstore, Sunnies Specs and Sole Academy, among others.

To know more about PAYO, visit its website at https://payo.asia/ or email them at info@payo.asia.

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Main suspect in Joanna Demafelis murder arrested – DFA



MANILA, Philippines - The primary suspect to the killing and torture of overseas Filipino worker (OFW) Joanna Demafelis has been arrested, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) confirmed the news on Friday, February 23.

President Rodrigo Duterte visited the wake of Joanna Demafelis
President Rodrigo Duterte visited the wake of slain Kuwait overseas Filipino worker (OFW) Joanna Demafelis in her hometown in Sara, Iloilo.

DFA Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano revealed that Nader Essam Assaf, a Lebanese national, was arrested by the Lebanese authorities.

Assaf, with his wife Mona, a Syrian national, are the principal suspects in the killing of Demafelis, 29, who had served as their house helper.

Cayetano admitted that Kuwaiti authorities cooperated to help locate the suspects. He said in a statement, “Kuwaiti authorities requested the assistance of Interpol in locating and arresting the couple who they believed fled to Lebanon or Syria shortly after the torture and murder of Demafelis.”

“Kuwaiti authorities conveyed the arrest of Assaf to Ambassador Renato Villa during a meeting at the Ministry of Interior on Thursday,” he added.

The secretary also shared that the news had reached the President who welcomed the update positively. He said, “The President welcomes the news that Nader Essam Assaf is now in the hands of authorities in Lebanon.”

Cayetano conveyed their hope for justice to be served soon. He said, “Assaf’s arrest is a critical first step in our quest for justice for Joanna and we are thankful to our friends in Kuwait and Lebanon for their assistance.”

Public outcry for justice

The death of OFW Joanna Demafelis became the symbol of OFWs’ plight and struggles against abuses. When her remain was found in a freezer in an abandoned apartment in Kuwait earlier this month, there was a public outcry to finally end the abuses in the Gulf state. An autopsy report even showed that she was severely beaten before being frozen for more than a year.

The horrific murder had led President Duterte to call for a deployment ban in Kuwait.

Memorandum of Agreement to protect OFWS

President Duterte is set to hold a meeting with Kuwait Ambassador to the Philippines Musaed Saleh Althwaikh. Aside from discussing the deployment ban, the Philippine government is urging the Kuwaiti government to sign the long-standing memorandum of agreement that will protect OFWs in Kuwait.

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Teacher ignored by students, makes them take engineering exam in Spanish



MANILA, Philippines - An engineering teacher decided to teach his students a life lesson in manners by making them take an exam in Spanish.

The teacher explained that this was not a “punishment” but a lesson
The teacher explained that this was not a “punishment” but a lesson | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Jayson Bayogo

The Facebook post of Jayson Garces Bayogo, a teacher at Cebu Technological University (CTU) had gone viral after it earned mixed reactions from netizens.

Bayogo explains that while he was busy lecturing in class, he noticed some of his students “murmuring.” The teacher soon realized that they were not paying any attention to his lesson but was studying for their Spanish exam. Feeling irritated, Bayogo decided to end the discussion and dismissed the class early.

To give his students a taste of their medicine, Bayogo decided to give them an engineering quiz all written in Spanish. He said, “Since priority pala ang Spanish na kailangan talaga ma-‘encroach’ ang oras ko, I decided to give them a quiz today… In Spanish!”

A surprise exam in Spanish
A surprise exam in Spanish | Photo Courtesy: Jayson Bayogo

The post had garnered mixed reactions from netizens, some called it a bit harsh while others believed that the class deserved it.

The engineering teacher edited his post to clarify his intent. He said that lesson in manners and respect was what he really wanted to teach.

He said, “Hindi ko inexpect (I didn’t expect) that this will go viral. To those who understood and somehow got amused, thank you. To those otherwise, your criticisms are welcome. Let me clarify that unreasonable “punishment” is not my intention.”

Sir Jayson defended himself, “My students know me as someone na hindi marunong magalit (who doesn’t know how to get angry). I would rather choose to cut the discussion short and dismiss the class than to spend the rest of the time scolding them and exposing my vulnerable angry self to them. Scolding is not part of my personal teaching philosophy.”

He then ended by reiterating that teaching is better than scolding, “I believe that devising a way of teaching my students the valuable lesson of respecting their instructor’s time is better that scolding them. And I happen to use this. Again, thank you for understanding.”

Bayogo later confirmed that the class had already apologized for their actions and that they are now in good terms. One student of the said class even commented their apologies and said, “It was not your fault din naman sir at may kasalanan din naman kami. ‘Di na po uulitin and thank you for the lesson.”


The post has been earned 7,600 reactions to date.

Teachers make learning fun

It takes more than intelligence to be a teacher, more often it also required guts. Just like Sir Jayson, one teacher also became viral last month for her unique way of teaching life skills.

Teacher Karen Grace Atienza became viral for proving that learning can be fun. Her funny and cool antics were captured on video and uploaded by her student Karl Cantela. The video was shared 4,700 times since posting.

Filipino teachers make a difference

Another Filipino teacher is also making a name globally for being chosen as part of top 10 of the prestigious Global Teachers Prize 2018. Dr. Jesus Insilada was picked to represent to country to compete for the title of the best teacher in the world. His culture-based approach in teaching made a huge impact to his students and community.

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Gilas Pilipinas gets pounded by Australia Boomers in FIBA World qualifiers



MANILA, Philippines - Sans Ben Simmons and other Australian NBA players, the Boomers still outscored Gilas Pilipinas, 84-68 in the FIBA Asian Qualifiers of the 2019 World Cup on Thursday, February 22, 2018 at the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne Australia.

Exhausted Andray Blatche Gilas Pilipinas
Exhausted Andray Blatche walked back to the bench after Gilas Pilipinas suffered its 1st loss of the tournament against world ranked no.10 Team Australia. Photo Credit: Inquirer

Philippines’ land-down-under campaign didn’t start as planned. Although the nationals got the possession after the tip off, they were welcomed by massive defensive stops and were pinned down 5-0 by Australia. Gilas however, immediately bounced back and equalized the score in less than a minute.

Team Pilipinas snatched the lead 12-11 at the 4-minute mark courtesy of naturalized player and NBA veteran Andray Blatche.

Gilas intensified its defense in the latter part of the opening quarter that forced the Boomers to take their shots from the outside. With Philippines’ glue-tight defense, Coach Chot Reyes and his boys managed to even the digits, 19-all after the first 10 minutes of the game.

Despite Jayson Castro and Jio Jalalon’s absence due to injuries, the team’s backup guards, Kevin Alas and Calvin Abueva contributed some valuable figures as they started the 2nd period to break the deadlock.

Australia’s Head Coach, Andrej Lemanis, saw that his team was having hard time in matching their opponents’ speed in spite of their height advantage, promptly called a timeout to adjust their game plan and cut Philippines’ 5-point lead.

Just as Gilas had its rhythm, point guard Kiefer Ravena fall awkwardly on the floor after successfully dishing a dime to June Mar Fajardo. Ravena, held onto his ankle and was brought back to the bench for further evaluation.

The Boomers took back the lead, 31-30 with over 3 minutes left in the half. Gilas showed numerous lockdowns on the Australians but the Aussies got so lucky in 2nd chance points and the main reason of their comeback.

Australia finished the 1st half strong with a 5-point, 37-32 lead entering to the 3rd quarter. The margin could’ve been slimmer if Gilas just made most of its free throws if not all of them. Philippines missed 6 out of its 7 foul shots in the 2nd quarter alone.

The Australians surprised the Filipinos at the beginning of the third and posted its biggest lead of 8 points. On the other hand, Gilas Pilipinas’ RR Pogoy and Kiefer Ravena countered with a 5-0 run to lower the margin to just 3.

Just as Philippines had regained its momentum, Australia eventually got hot from the three point territory and imposed another huge advantage plus the misfiring Andray Blatche to add to Gilas’ concerns. Blatche looked exhausted and was unable to run the floor and get rebounds. Coach Reyes decided to pull him out and give him a breather.

Australia’s own naturalized player, Kevin Lisch and Angus Brandt kept on pounding the the rim as they sensed that Andray Blatche can no longer jump and Philippines lacked support in the defensive end. Australia dominated the penultimate quarter with 63-49 advantage.

Matthew Wright led Philippines in an attempt to turn the tides in its favor. June Mar Fajardo, who was in foul trouble aided Wright offensively and defensively to fill in Andray Blatche’s role in the middle.

Coach Chot Reyes seemed to wave the white flag too early as he sent the newcomer Abu Tratter with 3 more minutes left in the game clock. Tratter fired a mid jumper as soon as he touched the ball and made it.

WATCH: Australia vs Philippines | FIBA World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers (video courtesy of TV5)


Philippines fought so hard but fell short and handed the 84-68 victory to Australia to top their bracket with 3 wins and no loss while. Team Pilipinas on the other hand, landed in the 2nd spot with 2 wins and 1 loss.

Gilas Pilipinas will fly back to Manila to face team Japan with a chance to redeem itself after the tough debacle on Sunday, February 25 at the MOA Arena at 7 pm.

— Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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VIDEO: Snatcher’s new modus inside jeepney



MANILA, Philippines - A snatcher was caught on video trying to open the bag of a sleeping passenger beside him. The attempt failed because concerned passengers woke the victim up.

VIDEO: Snatcher’s new modus inside jeepney
Snatcher caught on video | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Ghale Hornada

A Facebook post by Ghale Hornada has garnered the attention of netizens after he told the story of a snatching incident he witnessed. In a video, a man with a backpack was seen sitting beside a sleeping woman passenger. At first, nothing suspicious happens until you start to notice that the man had kept his hand underneath his bag. Then, he is actually trying to open the bag of a passenger beside him.

Hornada explained, “Bandang palar na po ay napansin ko na binubuksan niya yung bag ni ate eh ito naman si ate tulog kaya kayo wag matulog sa biyahe para aware kayo sa mga katabi ninyo.”

Hornada also added that he had already noticed the man already attempted to open the bag of the woman on his right side but failed. So, the snatcher proceeded with the sleeping passenger instead.

He revealed that he was so nervous but was glad that the other passengers also noticed and eventually stopped the snatcher. One passenger (the one on the snatcher’s right) alerted the sleeping victim by grabbing her bag away from the snatcher. Other passengers started to chime in that the man was attempting to open her bag. The snatcher immediately asked the driver to stop and he quickly got off.

Hornada said, “First time nangyari sa ‘kin to, iba pala yung feeling sa mga ganitong sitwasyon, di mo kasi alam kung anung merong dala si kuya. ‘yung tipong gusto munang suntukin pero nakakatakot pala talaga..tama naman pala talaga ‘yung mga taong nakakaranas makakita ng ganitong ganap, di mo pala talaga masabi na merong magnanakaw kasi sa sobrang takot baka kung anung meron si kuya at anu pa ang magawa niya.”

He also reminded other passengers to remain awake inside the jeep.

Snatcher’s modus

The National Capital Regional Police Office has released their top 10 Modus Operandi of the most common crimes in Metro Manila and other areas. Included in the list is the “Salisi Gang,” “Dugo Dugo Gang,” “Budol Budol Gang” and many others.

Last year, a group of woman snatchers was also caught on CCTV acting as shoppers. They were able to successfully open the bag of a woman shopper and steal her cellphone.

You can watch the viral video here:


— Sally, The Summit Express



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