Grab PH reveals what actually happened in alleged unclaimed milk tea order



MANILA, Philippines – Netizens were angry at the bogus customer who did not claim the 14 cups of milk tea ordered through GrabFood, leading the driver to sell the items to passersby.
Grab PH reveals what actually happened in alleged unclaimed milk tea order

READ: GrabFood driver loses Php1,900 in 14 milk tea order from bogus customer

After the incident went viral, Grab Philippines assured customers that there’s no need for drivers to sell the unclaimed food because they are reimbursed the entire amount lost. The company also warned customers not to make prank orders, adding that penalties will be imposed to these accounts.

Grab PH reveals what actually happened in alleged unclaimed milk tea order
Photo credit: Krizia de Lara / Facebook

Grab Philippines reached out to The Summit Express to share the results of their investigation.

Here’s the full statement from Grab Philippines regarding the incident:

Grab PH reveals what actually happened in alleged unclaimed milk tea order

GrabFood Statement

Alleged Unclaimed GrabFood Order

September 28, 2019

We are investigating the incident concerning a GrabFood delivery-partner who had allegedly fallen victim to a case of a customer no-show. Reports state that he was trying to sell 14 unclaimed orders of milk tea to recover his losses.

Our initial investigation showed that the order was a cashless transaction. Therefore, the delivery-partner did not incur personal losses nor needed to use his cash to deliver the drinks. The cashless payment capability is currently available in select merchants and is being tested as a solution to limit the need for our delivery-partners to carry cash or working capital.

Since the incident happened, we have immediately reached out to the concerned parties. We wish to clarify that the transaction was unfulfilled due to language differences and miscommunication between the delivery-partner and the customer. After waiting for more than 20 minutes at the drop-off point, the delivery-partner proceeded to treat the transaction as a no-show but did not immediately surrender the drinks to Grab, as prescribed by Grab’s no-show and reimbursement policy.

Although late, attempts thereafter by the customer to claim the drinks fell through. Regardless, we have already reimbursed the customer and have compensated the driver for his time and effort.

We are investigating the incident beyond the facts collected so far, and necessary action will be taken if needed.

We would like to remind our delivery-partners that unclaimed orders are fully-reimbursed by Grab. We also encourage our customers to review their orders and ensure accuracy of delivery details before placing an order.

Cashless transactions

Responding to clamor from netizens for the company to find ways to ensure that their drivers don’t have to carry a lot of cash or make sure they have money to pay for the customers’ orders, Grab Philippines is testing cashless transactions.

“Through our Grab Pay system, people can order GrabFood through credit/debit card or GrabPay Credit. Like in transport - the amount is put on hold and charged upon successful booking,” a company representative told The Summit Express.

Grab PH reveals what actually happened in alleged unclaimed milk tea order
Photo credit: Krizia de Lara / Facebook

Based on their investigation regarding the viral incident, the driver did not have to shell out his own money because the customer had opted for a cashless transaction. However, to give the driver the benefit of the doubt, it was possible that he feared he won’t be paid his fee for the transaction if the order was dropped.

Processing the reimbursement

The company representative also clarified that reimbursements are immediately processed once the GrabFood driver reports the ‘no-show’ customer’s order. The driver will receive the full amount the following day.

As for the driver in the viral milk tea story, Grab Philippines compensated him for the time and effort he spent on the order.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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'Bagyong Onyok' PAGASA weather forecast September 29, 2019



MANILA, Philippines – 'Bagyong Onyok' (international name: Mitag), the 15th tropical cyclone to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) this year, has intensified into a severe tropical storm as it moves over the Philippine Sea, state weather bureau PAGASA announced in its 5:00 am forecast on Sunday, September 29, 2019.

Satellite image of Tropical Storm 'Onyok' as of 4:40 am on Sunday, September 29
Satellite image of Tropical Storm 'Onyok' as of 4:40 am on Sunday, September 29 | Courtesy of DOST-PAGASA

PAGASA added that Tropical Storm 'Onyok' is less likely to make landfall in the country throughout the forecast period. Furthermore, this weather disturbance may intensify into a Typhoon within 24 hours.

At 4:00 am today, the center of TS 'Onyok' was estimated based on all available data at 605 km East of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.

'Bagyong Onyok' has maximum sustained winds of up to 95 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 115 km/h. It is moving West at 30 km/h.

Forecast Positions:

  • 24 Hour(Tomorrow morning): 240 km East Southeast of Basco, Batanes
  • 48 Hour(Tuesday morning):655 km North of Basco, Batanes (OUTSIDE PAR)
  • 72 Hour(Wednesday morning): 1,250 km North Northeast of Basco, Batanes (OUTSIDE PAR)


'Bagyong Onyok' is less likely to make landfall in the country
'Bagyong Onyok' is less likely to make landfall in the country | Image courtesy of DOST-PAGASA

Tropical cyclone wind signal (TCWS) No. 1 (30-60 km/h Expected in 36 hours) was raised over Batanes and Babuyan Islands.

Impact of TCWS No. 1:

  • 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.

NOTE: Possible raising of Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal No. 2 over Batanes area today.

Between today and tomorrow morning (September 30), the trough of 'Onyok' will bring scattered light to moderate rain showers and thunderstorms over Cagayan Valley and Bicol Region.

Sea travel is risky, especially for small seacrafts, over the Northern and Eastern seaboards of Northern Luzon, including those under TCWS No. 1 due to potentially rough sea conditions.

— The Summit Express


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Elaine Duran is 'Tawag ng Tanghalan' Season 3 grand winner



MANILA, Philippines – Elaine Duran from Mindanao was hailed grand winner of “Tawag ng Tanghalan” Season 3 of It's Showtime during the grand finals today, September 28, at the Caloocan Sports Complex.

Congratulations, Elaine Duran! It's Showtime's "Tawag ng Tanghalan" newest grand champion.
Congratulations, Elaine Duran! It's Showtime's "Tawag ng Tanghalan" newest grand champion.

Elaine received the highest combined score from the judges, text and online votes, getting a total of 41.18%.

She earned praises after performing a medley of Basil Valdez's hits and a thrilling rendition of Shanti Dope's rap song "Nadarang."



She won brand new house and lot, a livelihood package, a family vacation package, a management contract with ABS-CBN, a recording contract under TNT Records, and P2 million.

Elaine bested John Michael dela Cerna (25.23%) and John Mark Saga (33.59%), the other finalists who reached the top 3.

John Mark was the second placer while John Michael ranked third. They will take home, P500,000 and P300,000, respectively.



Other finalists who did not make the cut -- Kim Nemenzo, Jonas Onate, Shaine Mae Allaga -- took home P100,000 each as consolation prizes.

Congratulations, Elaine!

— The Summit Express


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GrabFood driver loses Php1,900 in 14 milk tea order from bogus customer



MANILA, Philippines – A GrabFood driver was forced to sell 14 sealed packs of milk tea that he bought for a total of Php1,900 after his customer did not show up. A netizen who bought some of the milk tea took pity on him and posted his story on social media to raise awareness about this perennial problem with the food delivery service.
GrabFood driver loses Php1,900 in 14 milk tea orders from bogus customer

Krizia de Lara shared photos of the GrabFood driver selling the milk tea to passersby. He told them that a customer with the address at a five-star hotel in Parañaque City ordered 14 milk tea which he got from a nearby mall.

SEE ALSO: Grab driver brings dengue patient to hospital for free, gives family extra Php1k

But when he arrived at the hotel, the customer did not show up and apparently refused to take his calls. Faced with a huge loss, the GrabFood driver was forced to sell the milk tea for a lower price to simply recover some of the money.

GrabFood driver loses Php1,900 in 14 milk tea orders from bogus customer
Photo credit: Krizia de Lara / CNN Philippines

“I feel sorry for him lalo na nung sinasabi niya na luging lugi na siya at wala na siyang pang gatas,” de Lara told CNN Philippines.

Considering that GrabFood drivers pay for the food with their own money before collecting the payment from customers, many risk losing their capital from no-show customers like this bogus one who ordered the milk tea.

“Sana maiwasan na yung mga ganitong issues. Sana magawan ng paraan. Sana hindi na maulit,” de Lara urged GrabFood.

READ: Grab PH reveals what actually happened in alleged unclaimed milk tea order

Meanwhile, Grab Philippines assured netizens that GrabFood drivers are fully reimbursed just in case they encounter unclaimed orders like this one involving the 14 orders of milk tea.

“Please do note that our delivery-partners are fully-reimbursed by Grab for unclaimed orders once reported,” Grab Philippines wrote in a tweet.

GrabFood driver loses Php1,900 in 14 milk tea orders from bogus customer
Photo credit: Krizia de Lara / CNN Philippines

Grab Philippines also warns customers not to prank their drivers, writing that they will imposing account penalties and suspension on these individuals.

Netizens were quick to point out, however, that it’s so easy for people to just buy a new SIM card (you can get as cheap as Php20!) if Grab suspends their account for prank and bogus orders.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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'Bagyong Onyok' PAGASA weather update September 28, 2019



MANILA, Philippines – The Tropical Depression outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) has entered the jurisdiction and was named 'Onyok', state weather bureau PAGASA announced in its 5:00 am bulletin on Saturday, September 28, 2019.

Satellite image of Tropical Depression 'Onyok' as of 4:40 am on Saturday, September 28
Satellite image of Tropical Depression 'Onyok' as of 4:40 am on Saturday, September 28 | Courtesy of DOST-PAGASA

'Bagyong Onyok' may intensify into a Tropical Storm within 24 hrs but is less likely to make landfall in the country throughout the forecast period.

At 4:00 am today, the center of Tropical Depression 'Onyok' was estimated based on all available data at 1,100 km East of Virac, Catanduanes.

'Onyok' has maximum strength of winds of up to 55 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 70 km/h. It is moving Northwest at 30 km/h.

Forecast Positions

  • 24 Hour(Tomorrow morning): 770 km Northeast of Virac, Catanduanes
  • 48 Hour(Monday morning):425 km East of Basco, Batanes
  • 72 Hour(Tuesday morning): 680 km North Northeast of Basco, Batanes (OUTSIDE PAR)
  • 96 Hour(Wednesday morning):1,385 km North Northeast of Basco, Batanes (OUTSIDE PAR)

NOTE: No tropical cyclone wind signal as of press time.

'Bagyong Onyok' is less likely to make landfall in the country
'Bagyong Onyok' is less likely to make landfall in the country | Image courtesy of DOST-PAGASA

Today until Sunday, the trough of Tropical Depression 'Onyok' will bring scattered light to moderate rainshowers and thunderstorms over Bicol Region and Eastern Visayas.

Residents of these areas, especially those living in areas identified to be highly or very highly susceptible to floods and rain-induced landslides, are advised to take precautionary measures, coordinate with local disaster risk reduction and management offices, and continue monitoring for updates, especially the Thunderstorm or Rainfall Advisories and Heavy Rainfall Warnings to be issued by PAGASA Regional Services Divisions.

'Onyok' is the 15th tropical cyclone for 2019, and the 5th this month. The country usually gets an average of 20 tropical cyclones per year.

— The Summit Express


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FULL LIST: LET Room Assignment September 2019 Teachers board exam



MANILA, Philippines – (Updated September 28) The full list of room assignment for September 2019 Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) or teachers board exam for at least 27 testing centers nationwide is available online.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Professional Regulatory Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) will conduct the second LET this year on September 29 (Sunday) for Elementary and Secondary levels aspiring teachers.

SEE ALSO: GUIDE: 10 tips to pass teacher board exam from LET topnotcher

According to PRC Resolution No. 1127 series of 2018, the September 2019 LET shall be conducted in Manila, All Regional Offices; Zamboanga, Bacolod, Rosales, Pangasinan, Laoag and General Santos City.

SEPTEMBER 2019 LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1. Check or verify your school/building assignments at the PRC official website or through the Notices/Announcements to be posted at PRC premises in 2 or 3 working days before the examination.

2. On the day of examination, report to the school/building assignment not later than 6:30 AM. Be punctual. Note that LATE EXAMINEES WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

3. You are required to wear the following attire on examination day:

Male Examinees - White polo shirt with collar (without any seal, logo or mark), decent pants or slacks
Female Examinees - White blouse or shirt with collar (without any seal, logo or mark), decent pants or slacks

4. Bring the following on examination day:

a. Official Receipt of payment of application for examination
b. One (1) piece Long Transparent White Plastic Envelope (for keeping your valuables and other allowed items)
c. One (1) piece long size brown envelope
d. Two (2) or more pencils (No. 2)
e. Ball pen with BLACK INK ONLY.

5. The following are PROHIBITED inside the examination rooms/ premises:

a. Books, notes, review materials, and other printed materials containing coded data, information or formula;
b. Calculators (READ: PRC clarifies use of calculator starting September 2019 LET)
c. Cellular phones, ear plugs, transmitters, portable computers, smart watches, bluetooth and other electronic gadgets/devices which may be used for communication purposes;
d. Bags of any kind (ladies' bags, shoulder bags, attaché case, backpack etc)
e. Other examination aids not stated in this program

6. You are allowed to bring food and eat inside the examination room.

7. You will not be allowed to leave the examination room, borrow anything or communicate with other examinees on any matter during the examination.

8. Non-compliance with test instructions shall be a ground for cancellation of your examination.

9. Impersonation is a ground for disqualification in this LEPT and in future examinations.

COVERAGE OF EXAM

The second licensure exam for teachers this year covers general education and professional education subjects (Elementary Level) and with the inclusion of specialization for Secondary Level only.

Note: Separate test booklets will be used for the General Education (GE) and Professional Education (PE) subjects for both elementary and secondary levels in the September 29 LET.

To pass the examination, taker must obtain an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating lower than 50% in any of the tests.

To learn more about the detailed coverage of examination and the full instructions on exam day, read below program of September 2019 LET:

UPDATES AND RESULTS

The Summit Express will also update this site for the results of September 29, 2019 LET board exam. You may also check out the official website of PRC (prc.gov.ph) for more information.
FULL LIST: LET Room Assignment September 2019 Teachers board exam

— The Summit Express


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DOH to continue hiring 26,000 health workers in 2020



MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Health (DOH) is set to hire more than 26,000 health workers in 2020.

As part of the implementation of the Universal Health Care (UHC) program, DOH will continue expanding its workforce to cater to as many Filipinos across the country.
DOH to continue hiring 26,000 health workers in 2020

To fully implement DOH's Human Resource for Health Deployment Program (HRHDP) in 2020, the agency has to fill up as many as 26,035 positions for health workers. DOH HRHDP is in need of 744 doctors, 19,700 nurses, 4,538 midwives, 222 dentists, 303 pharmacists, 200 nutritionist-dietetics, 601 medical technologists, and 81 physical therapists under the program.

They will be deployed to 1,634 cities and municipalities nationwide, especially in far-flung areas with inadequate access to quality health care.

The Department of Budget and Management has approved the creation of jobs and has allocated P9.5 billion for the HRHDP.

The P2.5 billion of the said HRHDP budget will be taken under the DOH budget while the rest of P7 billion will be taken from Miscellaneous Personnel Benefits Fund.

The hired health workers can expect higher salaries through the Salary Standardization Law (SSL), will also enjoy benefits that regular employees get such as Personnel Economic Relief Allowance, Mid-Year Bonus, Year-End Bonus, and Cash Gift, among others.

DOH remains committed to expanding and retaining health workers to improve the country's access to quality health services.

Part of DOH's HRHDP mission is to have at least one health worker for every barangay. This will ensure that the public will have access to health services at least 8 hours a day and seven days a week.

— Sally, The Summit Express


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Medtech board topnotcher initially wanted to be a chemical engineer



MANILA, Philippines – Reiven John Borbon Bernales of the University of San Agustin in Iloilo City grabbed the highest spot in the September 2019 Medical Technologist (Medtech) licensure exam.
Medtech board topnotcher initially wanted to be a chemical engineer

"Unexpected, unplanned" these were the reactions of Bernales when he received the good news. He chalked up a rating of 90.50 percent.

However, the 21-year-old admitted being a medical technologist was not his first dream.

Reiven John Borbon Bernales from University of San Agustin in Iloilo City, aced the September 2019 Medtech board exam
Reiven John Borbon Bernales from University of San Agustin in Iloilo City, aced the September 2019 Medical Technologist Licensure Examination.

"Medical technology was not my first choice,” Bernales said.

The topnotcher admitted he initially wanted to take up a chemical engineering course at the University of the Philippines (UP) but he unfortunately failed the admission test (UPCAT).

Bernales' mother also had other dreams for him and wanted him to be a nurse. Being a native of Panay, Capiz, the family wanted Bernales to study near them and not venture far away.

Their dilemma was solved when Bernales' sister convinced him to take up a degree in medical technology at the University of San Agustin (USA) in Iloilo City. Hopes were high as USA was Western Visayas' first university.

Throughout his college journey, Bernales admitted he had learned to love medical technology.

“I’ve learned to love medical technology. I’ve learned how to enjoy every moment instead of being a worrier. That’s what catapulted me to where I am today,” Bernales said.

The topnotcher said he is learning much looking forward to giving back to his alma mater by going back and teaching.

“Embodying the principles of St. Augustine, I have surpassed all of the struggles just like an eagle soaring above the storm,” Bernales said.

Meanwhile, Bernales shared on his Facebook account how he offered his success to the Lord.

Bernales said, "Thank You, Heavenly Father for the gift of wisdom, for all the graces and blessings you have showered upon us. I maybe in doubt in what I have done but I did not doubt what you can do for me. You are such an amazing God!"

"There are times that I am close to giving up but you never give up on me. This board exam and the result is all for the greater glory of you, our Father," he added.

— Sally, The Summit Express


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Sy siblings top Forbes’ list of richest in PH, Villar ranks second with $1.1-billion increase



MANILA, Philippines – Forbes Magazine recently released an updated list of the richest persons in the Philippines. The Sy siblings grabbed the top spot with a total net worth of $17.2 billion. Manny Villar ranked second on the list with $6.6 billion, a whopping $1.1-billion increase from the $5.5 billion net worth he had 6 months ago!
Sy siblings top Forbes’ list of richest in PH, Villar ranks second with $1.1-billion increase

Sy siblings top Forbes’ list of richest in PH
Photo credit: Eco Business

If counted individually, Villar is the richest person in the Philippines; however, his wealth is eclipsed by the heirs of the late Henry Sy, if taken collectively.

Villar ranks second with $1.1-billion increase
Photo credit: Politics PH

Forbes’ September 2019 list

While Villar remains on top of the list when counted by individual wealth, Forbes Magazine chose to rank the Sy siblings together in the updated list.

Here’s the newly released list of the Philippines’ 50 richest (Top 25 below) based on net worth, according to Forbes Magazine:

Rank Name Net Worth: Origin of weath
1 Sy Siblings $17.2 billion diversified
2 Manuel Villar $6.6 billion real estate
3 John Gokongwei, Jr. $5.3 billion diversified
4 Enrique Razon, Jr. $5.1 billion ports
5 Jaime Zobel de Ayala $3.7 billion diversified
6 Lucio Tan $3.6 billion diversified
7 Tony Tan Caktiong $3 billion food
8 Ramon Ang $2.8 billion diversified
8 Ty Siblings $2.6 billion banking
10 Andrew Tan $2.55 billion diversified
11 Inigo & Mercedes Zobel $2.5 billion diversified
12 Mercedes Gotianun $2.2 billion real estate
13 Consunji Siblings $2 billion construction
14 Lucio and Susan Co $1.8 billion retail
15 Roberto Ongpin $1.75 billion diversified
16 Eduardo Cojuangco $1.5 billion food, drinks
17 Robert Coyiuto, Jr. $1.35 billion power
18 Vivian Que Azcona & Siblings $1.15 billion drugstores
19 Ricardo Po, Sr. $950 million canned food
20 William Belo $870 mllion Wilcon Depot
21 Dean Lao $840 mllion food ingredients
22 Dennis Uy $660 mllion oil
23 Campos Siblings $650 mllion pharma
24 Carlos Chan $610 mllion food
25 Delfin J. Wenceslao, Jr. $500 mllion real estate

Forbes’ March 2019 list

For 11 years in a row, Sy topped Forbes’ list of the Philippines’ 50 Richest. At the time of his passing in January 2019, he remained the richest person in the Philippines and the 53rd richest man in the world, with a net value of $19 billion.

But as his wealth was distributed to his children, Villar easily overtakes them to take the top spot.

In March 2019, Forbes released the list of Philippines’ richest:

Rank Name Net Worth
1 Manny Villar $5.5 billion
2 John Gokongwei Jr $5.1 billion
3 Enrique Razon Jr. $4.8 billion
4 Lucio Tan $4.4 billion
5 Tony Tan Caktiong and family $3.9 billion
6 Ramon Ang $2.9 billion
7 Andrew Tan $2.7 billion
8 Hans Sy and Herbert Sy $2.4 billion
9 Harley Sy, Henry Sy, Jr., and Teresita Sy-Coson $2.2 billion
10 Elizabeth Sy $1.9 billion
11 Eduardo Cojuangco and Robert Coyiuto, Jr. $1.4 billion
12 Ricardo Po Sr. and family $1.2 billion
13 Roberto Ongpin $1.1 billion

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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Photo of ‘GrabFood Mom’ taking care of baby outside McDonald’s warms hearts



A lot of netizens praised a woman whom they dubbed as ‘GrabFood Mom’ after seeing her drop by at a McDonald’s outlet to pick up food for her customers while also finding time to take care of her baby. But her husband would soon reveal the truth – and it’s still quite sweet.
Photo of ‘GrabFood Mom’ taking care of baby outside McDonald’s warms hearts

The ‘GrabFood Mom’ went viral after someone saw her standing and holding a baby outside a McDonald’s outlet in Bangsar, a suburb in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. A man could be seen arranging food inside the GrabFood bag set on the chair at the store.

Netizens are calling this woman a hero for managing to juggle her work with much-needed bonding time with her baby.

Photo of ‘GrabFood Mom’ taking care of baby outside McDonald’s warms hearts
Photo credit: Pakej Percutian / Facebook

Hours after the post went viral, the woman’s husband came forward to reveal what’s actually happening in the picture.

SEE ALSO: Grab driver brings dengue patient to hospital for free, gives family extra Php1k

It turned out that the husband, Mohamad Hafifi, is actually the one who is working as GrabFood driver. But his wife and kids tagged along one night when he was at home and his customer ordered McDonald’s food. Since his family was also craving for McDonald’s that night, he decided to bring them along for a treat.

“Coincidentally, my kid wanted ice cream and my wife wanted to get McDonald’s as well, so I brought them along to pick up the customer’s order,” Hafifi told FreeMalaysiaToday.

It was while he was arranging the food for his customer that the netizen snapped the picture, assuming that his wife is the one working as GrabFood driver and that he’s just assisting her.

Photo of ‘GrabFood Mom’ taking care of baby outside McDonald’s warms hearts
Photo credit: Pakej Percutian / Facebook

Hafifi has been working with Grab for 6 months, but as side income. He added that he works two jobs to best provide for the needs of his wife and two children.

After taking the customer’s order at the store, Hafifi first sent them home before heading to the address so his customer won’t be surprised that he’s bringing his entire family along to make the delivery. It was also a good thing that the customer’s house is just near their home.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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McDonald’s Dumaguete retracts ‘study ban’ after facing backlash from netizens



MANILA, Philippines – Last week, social media was abuzz over the decision of McDonald’s Dumaguete to ban students from studying in their premises. After receiving backlash from netizens, the fastfood outlet retracted the ‘study ban’, welcoming everyone to enjoy their food and facilities anytime of the day.
McDonald’s Dumaguete retracts ‘study ban’ after facing backlash from netizens

“Everybody is welcome at McDonald’s. We would like to apologize for the advisory posted. This was a lapse in judgment in communication and does not in any way reflect company policy and values,” the new sign read.

“Rest assured that due action is being taken. Thank you.”

McDonald’s Dumaguete retracts ‘study ban’ after facing backlash from netizens
Photo credit: Reddit

Known as the “University Town” for the presence of several colleges and universities in this small city, Dumaguete is considered by many as a sleepy town filled with many students. This student population often congregate at the 24-hour fastfood outlets in the city, for lack of available places to study that’s open even at dawn.

Study ban at McDonald’s

Facing a shortage of tables and chairs due to the influx of students spending hours studying inside the store, one of the McDonald’s outlets in Dumaguete decided to impose a study ban.

“We are pleased to request you not to study on our premises. This establishment is intended for everyone who likes to dine-in and enjoys our services and delicious foods that McDonald’s can offer. Thank you,” the management posted.

McDonald’s Dumaguete retracts ‘study ban’ after facing backlash from netizens
Photo credit: Ian Rosales Casocot / Twitter

This was met with displeasure by the local community, particularly writer and literature professor Ian Rosales Casocot. He wrote on Twitter:

“In a university town? During the run-up to Finals Week? For an establishment that's open 24 hours? Where the only signs of life in the wee hours are students themselves? McDonald's is like that whiny girl who goes to the beach and complains about the sand. [Photo not mine]”

There were those who slammed Casocot for ‘whining’, saying that McDonald’s had all the right to impose the ban because they own the facility and a lot of students spend hours hogging the tables without ordering much. Many pointed out that McDonald’s is a fastfood outlet, not a library or public facility.

“Just because a corporation sets ‘rules’ doesn’t mean there should be silence. And it’s not just about corporate social responsibility, it’s also responsiveness to even make your market share better!” Casocot wrote in a follow up post on Facebook after his tweet went viral, reports InterAksyon.

“Of course, there should be a compromise somewhere. Let these students study—but tell them they have to order in proportion to their time of stay, to deserve their space. Don’t outright ban studying. I’m a teacher. I know the stress students go through to survive Finals Week.”

A lot of netizens pointed out that students should not expect business establishments like McDonald’s to provide them with a place to study, but this viral situation is also a wakeup call for the local government and the schools to provide the students with an alternative.

Still, it’s a good thing the study ban has been lifted.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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ARMM Passers List: August 2019 Civil Service Exam CSE-PPT result



MANILA, Philippines – CSE-PPT Result. The Civil Service Commission(CSC) names the successful examinees of August 4, 2019 Civil Service Exam - Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT) professional and sub-professional level for Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
ARMM Passers List: August 2019 Civil Service Exam CSE-PPT result

CSC announces the results on or before October 3 (Thursday) or within 60 days after the exam.

"The List of Passers shall be posted within 60 days after the examination," the Civil Service Commission (CSC) confirmed through Examination Announcement No. 09 , series of 2018.

RELATED RESULTS AUGUST 2019 CSE-PPT

Below is the complete list of successful examinees for ARMM (Basilan, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi) civil service exam (CSE-PPT) professional and sub-professional levels.

August 4, 2019 CSE-PPT
Professional Level: List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office ARMM

ABBAS, FAIZAH A
ABDUL, ALEYYAH G
ABDUL, BAISCHENARIZAH S
ABDUL, PRINCESS JASMINE P
ABDULA, ISMAEL ALZZAYN K
ABDULFATAH, RABIAH A
ABDULJALIL, NORFATMAH Y
ABDULRAKIM, JANNA SYREIMA P
ABUBACAR, ALIBASHER P
ABUBACAR, NURHASSAN P
ACOB, ARIFA C
ACRAMAN, SITTIE NAJMAH C
ADIONG, CHAIM ZIARA M
AGUSTIN, ROBERT D
ALI, MUHAMMAD SALEH B
ALI, NORSAYEDA O
AMERIL, JALILAH A
ARINDIG, SITTIE AYEENAH Y
ATARA, SARIMAR A
AVENIDO, PRINCESS MELL JOY M
BALATUCAN, MARVIC MICHAEL E
BALISCO, ROLLY JR. P
BALSOMO, SHEILA MAE R
BASMAN, KAREENA AMEENAH A
BATALO, MAIMANAH M
BATUA, ZUBAIR S
BETITA, RIC VINCENT O
BUSRAN, NAIMAH U
CAMACHO, GABRIELA S
CAMAMA, SITTY AZQUIA M
CASIM, ABENDIRO M
COSAIN, SAHARA M
DIDATO, NABELA C
DIMAKUTA, ANNA HAIRA D
DIMAKUTA, SHAIMA FAIROZ K
DIRINDIGEN, NORCIA D
DIRON, ABDUL NAJIB B
DISAMBURUN, CANAPIA M
DITUCALAN, HAFESAH M
DONOR, LEAH GLEEN D
EDRIS, ADAWIYA B
ENERO, ALNEE JAYNE D
ESMAIL, ANNALIAH A
ESTRELLA, IAN FAROUK A
EYA, DAREZ STEFFANI D
GUBAR, NURHASSAN B
GUBAT, NASHIBA R
GUINAR, MOH'D NABIL B
GULMATICO, ANGELA L
H ISHAQ, AHMAD L
HADJI JAMEL, JEHAN N
HADJI JAMEL, MOHAMMAD HISHAM A
HADJI ZAMAN, SITTIE AJANNAH M
HASHIM, HASSANODDEN HOSNI M
HASSAN, NASRIZA P
HUSSAM, ABDULBASSER A
ISAH, PRINCESS ARIPAH R
JUMLI, AMEILEE T
LOMUNDAYA, NAJMAH D
MACABANDO, SITTIE SRAR L
MACABUAT, HASSIM B
MACABUAT, SITTIE-HABIBAH B
MACADADAYA, MUHAMMAD MUBIN M
MACADATU, TARHATA C
MAGNO, MARIELLE D
MAMA-ACAN, AMEL P
MAMOWALAS, MOHAMMAD HUSSIEN M
MANGODA, CEARA ANIS M
MASBUD, HOSNI M
MASTURA, NORHATA D
METOPHER, YASSER S
MIMBANTAS, SANIA P
MOCSANA, OMILKHAIR M
MODIABA, PADATE D
MOMANDO, AMMIEROL T
MUNDIG, NAJERAH C
NAJEB, ROHADZMA N
NASRODING, JUNAID B
NOR, NORAIMA K
NOR, ZXYLEMAN ALI U
OTARA, FATIMATUNIZAN A
PANGANDAMUN, JAMIL A
PANGCOGA, FAIDAH M
PANIANGO, CIARA DWYN J
PANONTONGAN, PANDI JR. P
PILARE, CHARISSA D
PON, MARY ABEGAIL R
RANGIRIS, FARHANAH R
RAPUN, MOHAMMAD M
SAID, ASMALIAH A
SAID, ZHAYDA MONEFAH S
SAIDANIE, AHMADDEEDHAT M
SALCEDO, JO-ANNE K
SAMPAO, NADJA D
SAMUD, BAI FATIMA SUNSHINE GRACE S
SANDAY, NURHAYA Y
SANGCA, NAIMA D
SANGCOPAN, NURUL AINIE A
SAPON, REVERIE C
SAREP, SITTIE NABILA D
SARIP, JANNA B
SARIP, POTRE SARAH P
SAROSONG, AMER HA
SHARIEF, NORLAYNIE P
SIASON, STEPHANIE JANE C
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SOPIO, EROLLE C
SULA, BAINOR A
TACORANGA, NORHAIFAH S
TADEFA, SONNY BOY A
TANUA, HAZSNEE SUFFYAN P
TANUA, RYHANN IFTIZSAR P
TAURAC, SAMIMAH R
TOMAWIS, FATHMA HAIDEE D
UDAY, RAMADIN R
URANDIG, SOHAILAH L
USMAN, AMERA VHANDARY A
USMAN, HAIDIA A
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August 4, 2019 CSE-PPT
Sub-Professional Level: List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office ARMM

ABDULRAHMAN, NORHAMIDAH   P
PONGASI, MICHELLE   A
TABAO, SITTIE SALEHA   A
VILLAS, MICHAEL JOHN VORGS   R

Examinees can generate their test rating through OCSERGS or Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System which can also be accessed through the CSC website. Generation of examination rating through OCSERGS shall be available approximately 15 days after the posting of the List of Passers.

The Commission added that CS passers who got at least 80 percent score will be eligible for the first and second level positions in the civil service provided the eligibles meet the qualifications and other requirements of the positions (education, experience, and training).

The CSE-PPT is a general ability test designed to measure an individual’s preparedness to enter government service.

The Professional Level has 150 test items in English and Filipino, and includes questions on numerical ability, analytical ability, verbal ability, as well as general information items such as on the Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (Republic Act No. 6713), peace and human rights issues and concepts, and environment management and protection.

The Subprofessional test has 145 test items in English and Filipino. It has the same scope as the Professional test, except analytical ability, but includes questions on clerical ability.

— The Summit Express


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CARAGA Passers: August 2019 Civil Service exam CSE-PPT results



MANILA, Philippines – The August 2019 civil service exam results (career service examination - paper and pencil test or CSE-PPT) together with the full list of passers for Region 15 (CARAGA Region) for the professional and sub-professional level exam are released online on October 3 or within sixty (60) days after the exam.
CARAGA Passers: August 2019 Civil Service exam CSE-PPT results

"The List of Passers shall be posted within 60 days after the examination," the Civil Service Commission (CSC) confirmed through Examination Announcement No. 09 , series of 2018.

RELATED RESULTS AUGUST 2019 CSE-PPT

The CSC administered the CS exam on August 4 in all regions nationwide (equivalent to at least 63 testing centers).

The names of Passers for CARAGA (Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Dinagat Islands) for the second CS examinations this year is posted below.

August 4, 2019 CSE-PPT
Professional Level: List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office: Region 15 (CARAGA)

ABRAO, BRYAN SAM   D
ACLAN, ANGELINE   C
ALBA, CHRISTIAN   Y
ANOBA, MAYMARIE   R
APOLINARIO, GLECIE   C
ARLIGUE, AGUSTINE  JR P
BAGUHIN, AVEGAIL KRISTINE   B
BANATE, IRISH   A
BANDO, JIMAR FABE   I
BARRIENTOS, RENE   E
BOLO, MANILYN   A
CAPA, RONALD JUN   E
CASIMERO, NOEL   A
CATURAN, JENNEFER   D
CLOMA, NEIL STEPHEN   C
DALEN, CATHERINE   E
DE GUZMAN, MIKHAIL   P
DENI-AY, SILVER JOHN   S
DENIEGA, GLEANN MAY   L
EPOL, MELANIE DIAN   V
FRANCISCO, JHELDAINE   A
GUALVEZ, ALONA   B
IBABAO, PLINY   Q
JOSE, KAYCEE   P
LAGANGA, MALYN   C
LO-OC, DYSYBLE   V
LOZADA, RALPH   O
OBEDOZA, LESRIE JOY   C
PAMA, PRECIOUS   P
PAQUE, MAREN LOVE   C
PELLAZAR, EDESIL   T
PONGGO, ARCEL JEAN   P
RABULAN, FRANCIS GADIELLE   K
RADAZA, REED   B
REBOJO, CRISLYN   O
REJAS, YNAH ROSE   A
ROSALES, ALJUREN CANDICE   P
ROSALES, CHARLENE   A
SACOL, JAMES MICHAEL   I
SAMBAYON, MA ELLEN   A
SISIBAN, SHIELA MAE   B
SUMONOD, ARCHIER   S
SUPLITO, JERAM   E
TALAGON, GENE GABRIEL   D
TRAYA, CARO MEDI-HYACINTH   C
TUBA, ZWETLANNAH   A
UY, RUMILINE   B

August 4, 2019 CSE-PPT
Sub-Professional Level: List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office: Region 15 (CARAGA)

ABRAO, BRYAN SAM   D
ACLAN, ANGELINE   C
ALBA, CHRISTIAN   Y
ANOBA, MAYMARIE   R
APOLINARIO, GLECIE   C
ARLIGUE, AGUSTINE  JR P
BAGUHIN, AVEGAIL KRISTINE   B
BANATE, IRISH   A
BANDO, JIMAR FABE   I
BARRIENTOS, RENE   E
BOLO, MANILYN   A
CAPA, RONALD JUN   E
CASIMERO, NOEL   A
CATURAN, JENNEFER   D
CLOMA, NEIL STEPHEN   C
DALEN, CATHERINE   E
DE GUZMAN, MIKHAIL   P
DENI-AY, SILVER JOHN   S
DENIEGA, GLEANN MAY   L
EPOL, MELANIE DIAN   V
FRANCISCO, JHELDAINE   A
GUALVEZ, ALONA   B
IBABAO, PLINY   Q
JOSE, KAYCEE   P
LAGANGA, MALYN   C
LO-OC, DYSYBLE   V
LOZADA, RALPH   O
OBEDOZA, LESRIE JOY   C
PAMA, PRECIOUS   P
PAQUE, MAREN LOVE   C
PELLAZAR, EDESIL   T
PONGGO, ARCEL JEAN   P
RABULAN, FRANCIS GADIELLE   K
RADAZA, REED   B
REBOJO, CRISLYN   O
REJAS, YNAH ROSE   A
ROSALES, ALJUREN CANDICE   P
ROSALES, CHARLENE   A
SACOL, JAMES MICHAEL   I
SAMBAYON, MA ELLEN   A
SISIBAN, SHIELA MAE   B
SUMONOD, ARCHIER   S
SUPLITO, JERAM   E
TALAGON, GENE GABRIEL   D
TRAYA, CARO MEDI-HYACINTH   C
TUBA, ZWETLANNAH   A
UY, RUMILINE   B

Passing rate is 80.

Passing the career service examinations would result in the conferment of either Professional or Sub-professional Eligibility that is needed, among others, for permanent appointment to corresponding career service positions in the government except those that involve practice of profession or are covered by special laws.

— The Summit Express


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CAR Passers: August 2019 Civil Service Exam results CSE-PPT



MANILA, Philippines – The Civil Service Commission (CSC) released the list of successful examinees of August 2019 Civil Service Exam - Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT) professional and sub-professional level for Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR).
CAR Passers: August 2019 Civil Service Exam results CSE-PPT

CSC announces the results on or before October 3 (Thursday), within 60 days after the exam.

"The List of Passers shall be posted within 60 days after the examination," the Civil Service Commission (CSC) confirmed through Examination Announcement No. 09 , series of 2018.

RELATED RESULTS AUGUST 2019 CSE-PPT

Passing rate is set at 80.00 percent.

The CSE-PPT is a general ability test designed to measure an individual’s preparedness to enter government service.

CSC added that eligibles should meet the qualifications and other requirements of the positions (education, experience, and training).

Below is the full list of successful examinees for CAR (Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga, Mountain Province) civil service exam (CSE-PPT) professional and sub-professional levels.

August 4, 2019 CSE-PPT
Professional Level: List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office CAR

ABAEO, CRYSTAL RAINE   N
ABANAG, SAMEROSE   G
ABANCE, CINDY   K
ABAT, EARL JANSSEN   G
ABELA, JENNELYN   G
ABELA, JOHN JOSEPH   F
ABELLA, NOVELYN   T
ABENES, HAZEL ANN   G
ABENES, RHOSE ANN   L
ABION, DALE LYKO   V
ABKILANG, KRISLYN   A
ABLUYEN, LORRAINE   C
ABNASAN, NORCHELYN   W
ABUCAY, MARIA ROSENDA   B
ACABADO, XANDRA MAE   F
ACANG, DIANA   P
ACEVEDO, CAMILLE ANN   O
ACOCOS, VENUS   P
ACOSTA, MARK KEVIN   G
ACQUIADAN, MAY FLOR   K
ACYAWAN, MECHELLE   N
ADDONGAN, ELIZABETH   B
ADDU, JAY-SON   R
AFAGA, ROBERT   A
AG-A, LILIBETH   W
AGAPITO, GEMERALD   Z
AGBAYANI, GENEVEIVE MHAE   C
AGBUYA, SARAH MAE   S
AGCALAO, ZARAH MIDGE   B
AGCAPEN, CHEWALEY   F
AGNAD, JEFFERED JET   K
AGORILLA, WILBERT   C
AGPAOA, ALDRIN   Z
AGSALUD, WYRLO ALBERT   M
AGTANG, MARIE ANTOINETTE JOSEPHINE
AGUALIN, LESTER JOHN   C
AGUSTIN, CYLA JOY   M
AGUSTIN, SALLY   S
AGUSTIN, SHEEN CARLO   C
AHUDAY, RHONEL LEE   D
ALANSIGAN, JEAZUN   A
ALAWAS, KATHLYNNE ROSE   L
ALBAN, NESRINE   S
ALBERTO, NATHANIEL   W
ALCANTARA, ANGELA   S
ALCID, JOYLIN   S
ALDACA, GERALDINE   M
ALDACA, REVELINO  II W
ALFREDO, BREGHIE   C
ALICOY, JOSIEMYRR   A
ALIDAO, RAJEE RAINER   G
ALIGO, WINSTON   T
ALIMONDO, JAY RIZA   L
ALIMORONG, IRINA JOELLE   B
ALINA, JUSTINE VALERIE   E
ALINAO, ANGELICA   B
ALINGAY, JARWELL VANCE   F
ALIPIO, DARYL JUN   P
ALIPIT, MIKE DALES  JR. C
ALISO, APRIL JOY   T
ALLAS, XANDRALYN   T
ALLIG, ROLAND   B
ALMACEN, JOVIELYN   P
ALMONTE, AILEEN   R
ALNGANGEO, JASEDINE   C
ALONZO, MARIFE   B
ALQUIZA, RINNIEL DEANNE   U
ALSAEN, JESTER PAUL   L
ALUNDAY, ARIEL   P
ALVAREZ, ALFONSO   A
AM-UNA, JOCELYN   H
AMBALES, MIRIAM   M
AMBAT, RODERICA JOY   N
AMBONI, LUCIA   W
AMBROCIO, SHAREL   P
AMINDALAN, CHRIZANY JADE   B
AMISTAD, TANISHA   K
AMMAYAO, JOCELYN KUYAPY   G
AMOYEN, HEIDI   P
ANAPEN, NEMIA   S
ANAYDOS, ZYRA MAE   A
ANDAYA, JEMIMAH   N
ANDAYA, VIRJIL   T
ANDRES, KATE   B
ANG, AERIELLE   G
ANGAYEN, JOANNA ROSE   P
ANGEL, CRISLYN   C
ANGEL, RAYCA   F
ANGGACO, KEA VALERIE   A
ANGLIGEN, JANETTE   P
ANGLUBEN, HANNA MAY   M
ANGLUBEN, JANETTE   A
ANIPEW, CEDRIC JAMES   W
ANIPEW, CRIZA MEA   L
ANONGOS, VENUS GRACE   F
ANTONIO, AUDREY LOUISE   T
APOSTOL, JAIME RAMIR   M
AQUI, JAVERICK CYNJYNN   P
AQUINO, ARNNIE CHRISTEL   P
AQUINO, BARON PAULO   C
AQUINO, CHRISTOPHER   S
AQUINO, JOHN ISRAEL   B
AQUINO, PRECIOUS JANINE   Z
AQUISAN, ZEENAH LORRAINE   L
ARAÑA, JOYLOVE   A
ARCIAGA, DANA FAYE   M
AREOLA, JONAH   S
ARONZA, BRIGETTE   T
ARRID, LORIDEL   M
ASERON, JEMAR LOISE ANGELO   D
ASIONG, GRAIL MAE   D
ASPA, JULIE ANN   C
ASUNCION, GLADYS   T
ATIMPAO, JOELYN   P
ATONEN, ROSGILINDA   M
AURELIA, EDWARD JAMILTON   B
AUSTRIA, ANGELICA MARIE   D
AVANZADO, CLARIZZE JHANE   SP
AVELLANEDA, JANE EDEN   S
AVERO, ACE DANIELLE   C
AWAO, MYLENE   S
AWAS, ANNA MAE   R
AWICHEN, BERNICE   B
AWIDAN, JANETTE   B
AWISAN, JORJIT   P
AYADI, XAVIER   Q
AYAMAN, DEXTER JAY   B
AYBAN, JULYN   M
AYDINAN, NORJOELYNNE   T
AYEO, MAE HUMBLE   B
AZARIAS, MARY GRACE   O
BA-AWA, JUNIPHER   K
BACANI, MARIA RONICA NEL   D
BACARISAS, APRIL ROSE
BACDAYAN, LORY MAR   T
BACLAWAD, MELISSA   L
BACLILI, FEVIE-ANN   G
BACOLOD, FERNAN   D
BACOSA, DANIELLE MARIE   T
BACUYAG, FLORENCE MAE   S
BADING, ROCKY LEE   O
BADOL, AMELIE   B
BADOL, MYGENE   D
BAGGAY, SHEILA MAE   K
BAGISTA, EVANGILYN   C
BAGTUNA, ZALDY JAMES   A
BAGUINGAN, KAY   M
BAGUITAN, FLORY JANE   D
BAGUIWAN, FORTUNE MAE   S
BAHILLO, MA. JOSEPHINE   T
BAHIWAG, CHRISTIAN BLESSING   C
BAKOY, DIANA ROSE   H
BALADAD, SARAH ANDREA   V
BALALONG, FE   M
BALANGGI, GLYCEL   G
BALAODAN-CAYABYAB, YVILETH   K
BALASUIT, CHERIELEE ROSE   B
BALAYBAY, ASTRED   O
BALBIN, ELEONOR   S
BALBIN, SHEILA   S
BALEGAN, CLARIFER   S
BALICHA, SHANNEN DEAN   E
BALINTAG, SHEILA   T
BALISI, ALINGER BLAZE   C
BALISONG, ELIJAH   M
BALISONG, GENESIS MHAR   S
BALITANG, MARIE SHEANETH   B
BALLADA, CHARIZ   L
BALLO, CINDY   T
BALLO, ROXANNE WEI   L
BALLOGUING, MARIDEL   M
BALLOYAN, EDNA   P
BALLUD, PEEJAY   C
BALMACEDA, VANEZA JOY   G
BALNEG, ALJANE LIGHT   D
BALTAZAR, BIANCA LOUISE   M
BALTAZAR, RUFFA MAE   P
BALUAN, ELMALYN   T
BALUGA, DEYOWIN   A
BALUYAN, ALEXANDRA   F
BALWAY, MELINDA   H
BANAGAO, KATYANA   D
BANANIA, AILEEN MAE   S
BANAYAT, JOSHUA   M
BANDAO, ROXY DIANNE   B
BANDIWAN, GRETCHEN   S
BANDONG, BILLY JOE   C
BANGA-AN, ROCHELLE   C
BANGBANG, NADINE KRISTINE IRENE   D
BANGSI-EL, BERNADETTE   S
BANGSILAN, RACHEL   B
BANGUETE, LIANE   C
BANOS, LOREBEL   S
BANTA, GINNO MANOLO   C
BANTAG, GERSON VICRO   B
BANTASAN, ARLENE   A
BANTILOC, ZENY   D
BANTIYAN, JOMELYN   H
BAQUILAN, JOSTICE   W
BARBA, WAYNE JOAQUIN   B
BARBADILLO, DANIELLE ANGELIQUE   B
BARBADILLO, ERIC JAMES   B
BARGAS, MAYNARD   B
BAROL, LYDIA   S
BARRERAS, APRIL JOY   A
BASALI, ORIELLE KIM   B
BASILIO, ARLENE   B
BASILIO, VENUS   P
BATALIER, REIGNER WAYNE   B
BATAN, SANDRA DIANNE   A
BATANGAN, ARRA LOUISA   D
BATARINA, LOUIS HAKIM   M
BATAWANG, GENCY   P
BATE, TRISHA BELLE   T
BATI, RACHEL   A
BATNE, CRISTIN JOYE   C
BATOYOG, MARIA LUISA   P
BATTATENG, JAYSON   D
BAUTISTA, FRANCIS FREDERICK   M
BAUTISTA, JEFFREY   C
BAUTISTA, MARK ANTHONY   T
BAUTISTA, SHAIRA ANDREA   J
BAUZON, KATE LIZAEIDI   T
BAYACSAN, RUSHA MAE   T
BAYANES, MAE ROXANNE   E
BAYANG, SHERREE ANNE   M
BAYUBAY, GENEVIEVE   A
BEATO, JERALDINE   E
BECNAN, MARK JOVI   J
BEKESAN, JASMIN   N
BELARIO, RUSTUMN   A
BELGICA, CANDLE KYZE   D
BELINGON, CHARITY   G
BELLO, JEREMIE RHEMA   V
BELOY, MARIE JAN   G
BELWIGAN, ASHLEY   P
BERBOSO, MELEENA KAYE   A
BERGONIA, RUBY   V
BERNARDEZ, DARNELL ERIC   C
BERSAMIN, ALEJANDRO  II C
BESTRE, ERMALEEN   D
BESWILAN, KATHLEEN   M
BEÑAS, JUSTINE LAURENZ   M
BIBIT-CHEE, LEELANDRO KYLE   A
BIGAY, STEPHANIE   N
BIGORNIA, BERNIE JAY   B
BINAYAN, GAILBER MHAE   A
BING-IL, MINA GRACE   M
BINGCOLA, JOHANNE   B
BINIAHAN, CHRISTOPHER   D
BINISWIT, WINNIE ANN   D
BINUYA, NICOLE JOYCE
BITAMOR, ALYSSA JOY   C
BITES, ROYCE JAEBEL   S
BLANCAS, MARYGOLD   M
BLANTE, CRISTY   S
BOABO, VENUSA   L
BOAC, JESSA MAY   A
BOACON, CANDICE   D
BOGNADON, IVY CHERYL   P
BOL-IGEN, GLORY   B
BOLIDE, SARAH MI   D
BOLINAO, NORMA   R
BOLINGET, CHRIECH   S
BOLINTO, MER-ONE RALPH  JR. S
BOLISLIS, BRENT   S
BOMOWEY, HAZEL   S
BONDAD, NICOLE   Y
BONDOC, JEAN KARLA   B
BONILLA, DANIEL   C
BORILLO, GENNY ROANN   B
BOSAING, BRYAN JONES   M
BOSE, AIRA   A
BOSE, KARL MERICK   B
BOTIWEY, JUNALYN   N
BRAULIO, KAREN   M
BRAVO, RYWELLE   R
BRIONES, KIMBERLY JHAN   DL
BRIOSO, ROCHELLE ANNE   C
BUCCAHAN, IVY JOY   B
BUCSIT, CRISANTO  JR. M
BUDADDA, IRISH   P
BUDAS, DAISYREE ANNE   L
BUDIKEY, RUSHELLE   S
BUDUHAN, FAUSTINO   D
BUENAFE, JESSAVEL JOY   B
BUENAVISTA, PRECIOUS MAE   C
BUGTONG, CHRISANY   L
BUGTONG, RHOSELYN   D
BULAEC, JENNIFER   B
BULAHAO, JOLINE FAITH   P
BULAON, LANDER ALEXIS   B
BULASAO, ALLIAH BLESS   L
BULASAO, STEPHANIE   A
BULATAO, RAUNYL   D
BULLAN, MYNE   E
BULLONG, BRENT MARK   P
BULOS, KEN SHAMROCK   S
BULUT, YUVRENT   L
BUMACAS, ISALEN   G
BUMAKI, AIZA   T
BUMANGHAT, JONATHAN   M
BUMANGHAT, VICTORINA   W
BUMIDANG, JERICHO CLINT   G
BUNOLNA, EVER GRACE   B
BURGOS, ASSUMPTA MINETTE   C
BUSAY, CLYDE JERIC   A
BUSTON, JENARY   M
BUTANGEN, ZEPHANIAH   D
BUYAWE, DELIGHT   G
CAASI, MAE CARINESSE   M
CABADING, MAE CHRIS   L
CABADING, VENNARD ELIHU   E
CABALLA, ROWENA   D
CABANILLA, FERYL ROSS   L
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MURAO, MICA ELLA   P
MUÑOZ, JHON VERNIE   G
NABAYSAN, MALUZ SAMANTHA   A
NABEJET, DUSTIN OLER   F
NABOR, DIANA JOY   P
NABUNG, JAYDEE LYN   F
NACARIO, APRIL CZAREINAH   E
NADIAHAN, SHARANE   S
NAGANGI, JERGENS   W
NALAYOG, RENALYN   B
NANGLEGAN, JOHNNY  JR. O
NAPA-EG, JEFFERSON   P
NARCISO, ANGELICA   M
NARCIZA, AUBRY JOYCE   A
NATIVIDAD, ARLENE   M
NAUNGAYAN, ALELI   A
NAVALTA, REMELYN   B
NEPA, ANNABELLE   A
NGAN-OY, ME-ANN   A
NGASAO, RHEA   B
NGATEG, JAYB   B
NIBATEN, MARITES   P
NISPEROS, VENUS   A
NOIPE, DHANNETH   A
NUVAL, RYAN RAY   M
OBAL, MARIAN MARIE
OBRA, DIANNE MARGARETTE   P
OBRADOR, CORGIE   S
OCAMPO, DASTIN PAUL   D
OCAMPO, JOMAR   M
OCLAMAN, ALOUISIUS   A
OCTAVO, SEYMORE   P
OG-OGET, HAZEL MAE   L
OGGAS, JHONES   C
OGNASE, SOFIA   K
OLAYAN, CHASTERINE   F
OLBAN, JHERWIN   S
OLIQUIANO, ASHLEY CATE   M
OLIVA, ARIANNE JOY   P
OLIVAS, AR-JAY   L
OLOAN, GRETCHELLE   B
OLSIM, RHONA   B
OMEHANG, CARINA   A
ONGNGAD, AIRA MAE   L
OPLAY, KYRA   S
ORALIO, ROSEMARIE   P
ORDOÑO, RHENUEL   C
OREDINA, RON FREIDRE   E
ORIG, KRYSSA   L
ORTIZ, JULIE ANN   M
PAAS, ZED   B
PAAÑO, HENRY   B
PABLO, ERNALINE JOY   B
PACITO, JAYSMA   B
PACPAC, DIANE   T
PACSI, NICOLE   A
PACUÑO, RASHDY ELLY   P
PADAYHAG, DANIEL   L
PADIG, RAMSKY   B
PADILLA, AIRA   T
PADILLA, GERALYN   J
PADILLA, IRIS KAYE   B
PADILLA, MARY JOYCE   D
PADILLA, REYMARK   Z
PADRE, CHRISTINE GRACE   P
PADYA-OS, RIZZA MAE   K
PAHALON, RAQUEL   A
PAL-OG, GEMMA   B
PALABAY, ROGELIO  JR. B
PALACPAC, LOUIS RENCE GUILLIAN   A
PALANGDAN, LIEZETTE ANNE   L
PALAYAO, CLAUDETTE KRAYLE   D
PALBERAS, GLYREL   B
PALIGUTAN, ROXANNE   T
PALIVINO, AUBREYLYN   M
PALMERO, HANNAH CHRISTANELLE   W
PALPAL, MARTINA GRACE   B
PALTICAN, RYAN JAMES   R
PALUKPOK, MARDEL   S
PAMANI, JESSAMINE PEARL   D
PAMBID, GIAN PAOLO   M
PAMO, AMIELLE RANDEY   T
PANABANG, ANGELICA   E
PANGANIBAN, JHERICO   T
PANGILINAN, EDUARDO   B
PANGILINAN, JUSTINE   B
PANGKET, SOL ALIGUYON   T
PANOYO, DAISYLYN   S
PARAISO, MOHAMMED   D
PARAJAS, VHIA ROSE   R
PARAS, MARK DANIEL   V
PARIÑAS, SAMUEL   S
PAROWAY, ASHEL   C
PASCUA, JAMAECA ALEXIS   T
PASCUA, LOI IVAN   A
PASCUAL, HANNAH MAE   E
PASIWEN, RAMAKRISHNA   T
PASKING, JANA   K
PASKING, JULCENEA   K
PASTOR, MARIA ARNITA THRESIA   S
PASULE, EVON MAY   S
PASYAN, KRISTINE MAE   L
PATAGAN, ERYLLE JANE   B
PAULINO, CLAUDINE   B
PAUS, ALELI JOY   S
PAY-AN, MERRIAM   S
PAYANGDO, ROSEMARIE   A
PAYDOWAN, DARLY JUNE   B
PAYDOWAN, REMAR   D
PAYOYO, SHEARMILYN   K
PE, MARJORIE   A
PECUA, THEA BERNADINE   A
PERALTA, ALLYSSA CLARISSE   A
PERALTA, CHRISTIAN EARLE   C
PEREZ, JUSTIN ANGELO   G
PEREZ, MARIUS VINCENT   P
PEREZ, REVA ABEGAIL   M
PERLAS, MARVIN   Q
PERRERAS, ADRIANE   C
PETROLA, HILLARY   V
PEÑAFLOR, KARLA LOIS   D
PIADOZO, JOHN MICHAEL   M
PINDOSAN, NENA   A
PINEDA, JENIFFER   G
PINEDA, KATHRINE MIKAELA   B
PINGAPING, JOYCE   C
PINGKIYEN, ABRAHAM   L
PINKIHAN, CHARMAINE   B
PINKIHAN, NICAH BRYNA   G
PINOL, RHIEZA MARI   M
PINTADO, CHERRIE ANN   S
PINTADO, CHERRIE LYN   S
PISEC, JOY   M
PITELAN, BRANDON AMHOR   G
PIÑON, GOLDA MEIR   V
PLAZA, MAZE ANN   B
PODES, GIDEON JESS MAR   L
POLIDO, JONI   L
POLIQUIT, WILSON   G
POLON, BRETOWEN   T
PONCHAOHAN , FLORJORIE   G
PONGDAD, BEVERLY   L
POSADAS, JUSTINE   R
POTE, HANNAH JOYZ   P
PRADES, JASPER PAUL   S
PRAXEDES, RICHARD ANGELO   V
PREPUSE, AARON   R
PUDDUNAN, FEMALYN   B
PUGONG, JAN VINCENT   D
PUL-AGAN, CHER AMI   A
PUNZALAN, JEAN MILNARD   S
PUYONGAN, DINGSAI HOPE   B
QUERO, MARJORIE   H
QUERUBIN, ERYLL MAE   O
QUIA, ED BENEDICT   B
QUIANGAO, CRISTY   E
QUIDASOL, EMERALD   C
QUIJENCIO, ARLENE   L
QUIMSON, CHARLTON   B
QUINES, KAIZZY REEH   V
QUINTINITA, MABE PEARL   P
QUINTO, CLYDE JORLAN   R
QUINTO, GAIL   T
QUIÑONES, JAVELLE   C
RABINA, CARLA SHANE   N
RAFAL, JAN EURIE   B
RAGUDO, MARI ANGEL STEFANIE   A
RAMIREZ, ERAYDA   F
RAMOS, CHARLENE   P
RAMOS, DIXIE ANN   D
RAMOS, GERALD   B
RAMOS, MAILA   S
RAMOS, MICHAEL JESS
RAMOS, PRINCESS NICOLE   C
RAMOS, RENEE CHRISTINE   M
RAMOS, RON ISAIAH   F
RAON, DARLENE JOY   D
RAQUIZA, MARISSA   C
REBUTAZO, JOSHUA JAMES   D
REDUCA, MELOWYN   A
REGACHO, JOSELITO   A
REGACHO, NALLA KEITH   D
REGUINE, KAREN   H
RESPICIO, ARCELYN   T
REYES, LETECIA LINDA   T
REYES, RHOMNIE JOHN   S
REYES, ROLAND   B
RILLERA, EMERSON JOSE  JR. M
RIMANDO, PERYL   G
RIVERA, DUANE CHRISTOPHER   D
RIVERA, JOSE CARLOS   C
RIVES, JOACHIM   A
RODRIGUEZ, AGATHA MITZI   T
RODRIGUEZ, MELCHOR   P
RODRIGUEZ, WENDIE MAR   F
ROJAS, JADE ANTIONE   M
ROMERO, EMIL JOHN JUNE   C
ROMERO, VINCENT JEFFERSON   R
ROSADO, SHANIA DENISE   D
ROSALES, LLOYD KLEIN   D
ROSALIN, JONATHAN AURELIO   C
ROSANA, DIVINE   C
ROSARIO, DELMAR   E
ROSARIO, NIÑA JOYCEL   T
SABADO, ROWEL JAMES   H
SABADO, SHANDELLE   M
SABINO, GLAIZA   C
SABINO, JULIE-ANN NOREEN   P
SABONG, JENNY MARIE   N
SACKI, CYNTHIA   T
SACPA, ALLEAH GWEN MONIQUE   B
SACPA, ERIKA   T
SAGAMLA, ORVILLE   P
SAGAYO, BRIMA   A
SAGPA-EY, SHERNETTE   B
SAGUINDANG, DENIZELLE   B
SAGUN, SHEENA ELAINE   S
SAHOY, NELIE   A
SAINGAN, ALFA   P
SAJONAS, VANESSA   C
SAL-AO, ALEXIS   O
SALAK, JULIE ANN   A
SALDO, APRIL ROSE   C
SALES, ISMAEL   S
SALIW-AN, FLORETTE   G
SALVADOR, CAMELLE   C
SALVATIERA, MERJELYN   C
SAMDAO, ALJOHN   L
SANSANO, JEROME DANIEL   P
SANTIAGO, CLAUDINE JOY MARIFE   C
SANTOS, CIARRA   T
SANTOS, EJ JOEL   R
SANTOS, JAYNELL JANE   M
SANTOS, JETHRO NATHANIEL   D
SANTOS, KYLE   C
SANTOS, RHEENA ARRIELLE   G
SANTOS, SHEBA   T
SAPITULA, CLARENCE DONIE   L
SARANDI, APRIL FAITH   F
SARANTOS, ARIES   D
SARO, DEAN KYLEE   M
SAROL, MARVIN   A
SEE, DAN RAYMOND   T
SEGBU, MARIEL JOY   P
SEGUNDO, ARLEN   V
SELENCIO, JOHN PAUL   K
SERQUIÑA, CHRISTIAN JESSE   P
SEVIDAL, JOSHUA   L
SHODANG, ALICIA ELLAINE   J
SIGANAY, KHEILA   C
SILVESTRE, JESSA MAE   L
SIMON, FUSIA   R
SIMON, JOHNNETTE   R
SIOBAL, HAMBEL   B
SITEG, ANAILYN   S
SOLANO, RUTH   T
SOLINO, JASON   M
SOLIVEN, JULIE FE   S
SOMEBANG, JUDY   L
SORALDE, ERNESTO  JR. T
SORIANO, ISELLE ROSE   E
SORIANO, JOANA MARIE   M
SORIANO, REY JOSHUA   P
SOTO, CHRISTINE LOUISE NICOLE   T
SOY-AFON, CHESEN JAMES   V
STA. ANA, CEASAR   T
STA. MARIA, REINA LYANNE YVETTE   T
STOCK, BONA FAITH   D
SUAGEN, JESSA   G
SUDARA, MONA LISA   M
SUENO, JORGETTE   A
SUKAW, ZAIRA   S
SULLAD, MARYLINE   K
SUMAKEY, JUDITH   C
SUMALINOG, JINKY   T
SUMAWANG, MIKE ANGELO   M
SUMAYAO, VIKTORIA JOY
SUMCAD, ALYSSA KRIZZ   P
SUYAN, MYRNA   L
TABACO, JEFFREY LOUIS   B
TABADAY, GILDA   M
TABAJONDA, GIA MONIQUE   M
TABANGCURA, WILLIE  III G
TABIOS, HERA MAY   A
TABORDA, ERWIN JOHN   D
TABULA, BRIXON DAVE   T
TABULINAR, CHARO   T
TACANG, LEI AFTON   Q
TACBAD, MARIA NOIME   B
TADEO, HANNAH CESAREE MAE   D
TADEO, JOVITO  JR. B
TADEO, SHANNUELLE VICTA   R
TADIOS, FEMALYN   M
TAGANOS, IAN MARK   N
TALANGKAY, GERALDINE JEAN   O
TALANIA, DELIA   O
TALIB, GRACE   I
TALINGDAN, AYCEL   T
TALINGDAN, JODELEE   B
TALPLACIDO, DIANA DEE   G
TALSAN, ENA JANE   G
TAM-AWEN, GLYZEL   A
TAM-AWEN, MAE-ANN   A
TAN, DONNA MAE   L
TANDAGAN, JOANNE   A
TANDOC, CRISOSTOMO  JR. V
TAPO, IVAN JAKE   L
TARNATE, HALLEY   A
TAY-DAC, AZINETH   P
TAYAB, RHIDA   T
TAYABAN, JHONDALE   D
TAYABAN, SARAH   B
TAYAN, WESLYN   A
TECNE, RAQUEL   C
TELIAGEN, HANNAH FAITH   M
TELIAKEN, ARGIN MARC   P
TENG-EG, VINCE JON ELDRICK   R
TEODORO, MARIANE   G
TEOFILO, JONALYN   B
TEOFILO, REYNALDO   B
TIMATIM, DURIEL   A
TIMOTEO, SHANBERLANE   T
TINAWE, JOHN MARK   T
TINDUNGAN, JEAN   N
TIONGSON, RENALD DYLAN   N
TODYOG, LAURIE ODALI   B
TOMAS, CRISPIN LLOYD   O
TOMEG, FLORENCE   M
TOMILAS, RHOLLAND MAR   P
TONGCO, PHILIPPE GERARD   A
TOQUERO, MEI LIN   S
TORALBA, DIANNE   M
TOWAY, JAMIELYN JADE   A
TOYOKAN, MARYFE   D
TUBIERA, LILIA JAYNE   C
TUGAD, JENNILYN   B
TUKID, MAUREEN MAE   G
TULAS, RASHA FAYE   G
TURALBA, MYRA ERICKA   M
UGALE, MIA KATRINA   U
UGAY, JOYCE ANN   T
ULEP, JEREMIAH   T
ULLANI, JEMAICA   B
UMALI, BRIAN   C
UMALI, MEGAN MARIE   C
UMILA, HEZEKIAH   A
UMOSO, JOHANNA MAY   Z
UNTALAN, JOHN JERUEL   DS
URAYEN, NOVELYN   D
USON, JOANNA LYKA MICHELLE   V
UY, CHERLY MAGNE   V
VALDEZ, ADRIENNE VALERIE   M
VALDEZ, ALPHA GRACE   C
VALDEZ, EUNICE   V
VALDEZ, FLORANTE   B
VALDEZ, MERRY SUNSHINE   G
VALDEZ, ROJILYN   D
VALENTON, MARY LOIS   L
VALENZUELA, NICA   M
VALERA, PHOEBE KATES   C
VALLADOLID, ELLAINE   R
VALORIA, JULINE   M
VELASCO, CHAYA   L
VELASCO, CHINI LYN   R
VELASCO, ROSE ANNE   B
VENTANILLA, ANNA JESSICA   L
VENTURA, VINCENT BON   D
VENUS, CHRIS   G
VERZOSA, LOVELY JOY   C
VICENTE, SHEENA   B
VIDUYA, JULIET   L
VILLAMOR, JESUS  III B
VILLANUEVA, PAULA MAE   C
VILLARUEL, JOESA LYN   L
VILLARUZ, LEMARIE   B
VISPERAS, ABIGAIL   B
WACANGAN, JOSHUA   L
WACAY, WINNIE LYNNE   D
WACLIN, JULIE   B
WACLIN, KENNETH MARIE   B
WAGAYAN, MARIANNE GAIL   R
WAGIAN, JANCEL FAYE   D
WAKAT, KRISTINE CARESS   M
WAKING, MARK KERBY   B
WALAY, ANALYN   G
WANDAGA, HAIDE   P
WANGWANG, YVONNE DANE   D
WANSI, RHEA CHRISTINE   C
WAYAN, REGINE   A
WAYTAN, CY-J   E
WEYGAN, CHARLENE ANN   P
YAPAYAP, MAEGAN   G
YARIS, KEVIN   B
YEBAN, JESSICA   A
ZARASATE, EDEL KARLO   S
ZARATE, ANNA LOURDES   N
ZARATE, FATIMA MAE   F
ZARATE, PHOEBE   F
ZOLETA, KRYSTEL DAWN   M

August 4, 2019 CSE-PPT
Sub-Professional Level: List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office CAR

ABEL, DANIEL   G
ABERO, JOJO   G
ADACLOG, JESSA JOY   A
ADVINCULA, MARIANNE   D
ALINDAYO, GLOVY LOU   G
ALINDAYO, JERICA AIRA   A
ALIPIO, CHERYL   P
AMARANTO, JOMAICO   C
ANCHETA, EFREN   C
ANCHOS, BRENDA MAE   B
AQUINO, MARK JOSEPH   R
ARADANAS, KAREN   Q
AYONG, ERVIN   D
BALEGAN, PAULANE GYBRYL   L
BALLANGAN, JEANNE ANN   B
BALLANTI, ZAIRAH   B
BALUBAR, JAHRELL   B
BANAYOS, JHESEN   B
BARRY, SHAREENA KAYE   Q
BASCOS, RITCHIE ANN   M
BASSIT, DIONESIA   A
BASTIAN, PHOEBE CATES   B
BASTO, MICHELLE   P
BATAN, NEIL CHRISTOPHER   A
BAÑEZ, JUDY MAE   E
BELVIS, LORETTE MAE   A
BERMUDEZ, MARIZTEL JIHANE   B
BERNARDEZ, CHRISTINE   B
BEROÑA, PAOLO CARMELO   P
BISTOL, GIEJAY CLAIRE   B
BOCCANG, KRISTEEN MAE   B
BORQUEL, DAISY FE   M
BUGATTI, SHERYLE FAE   G
BUHLE, ACE AURELIUS ANGEL   D
BULAY, EMMA ROSE   T
BULAYO, MAR EMIL   C
BUMATAY, MAY   L
CABEL, ALBERT ANSON   I
CABLAS, IRENE   C
CALIGTAN, LENDEN   Y
CALLANGA, ANGELO LEXXUS   M
CALMANG, JULIE VINCENT   A
CALONGCAGON, JOHN RAPHAEL   G
CAMANGAN, KAREN JOAN   B
CAMILIT, ANINGWAY   S
CARIASO, JOHN LESTER   C
CARPIO, NORLYN   T
CARRANZA, SABRINA   D
CATTOYOG, MARIBEL   M
CAYAT, DRUCEL-ANN   R
CHAVEZ, GABREILLE   R
CHUMACOG, FAITH ANN   B
CISNERO, JOHN DEE   N
CLEMENTE, TRISTAN LANZ   S
COMAFAY, KAYTHLEEN APRIL   G
CONIN-E, JELVY   M
COSTALES, WINDHEL GAY'LE   F
CUYAHON, JINKY   D
DANGANAN, TANYA GWYNETH   T
DAOATEN, JOYCE ANN   P
DASMARIÑAS, ANGIE CRESTA   P
DE GUZMAN, MYRA   B
DEGAWAN, BARRY   A
DIAZ, ZYGMAR   F
DIZON, EMILY   M
DOGA-ONG, RUSSEL   M
DOMACYON, MARY   A
DULINAYAN, MARY JOYCE   C
DUMO, JULIET   U
DURANTE, BEATRIZ   L
ERAL, GINA   E
ESCALA, GELLIMAE   R
FAYCAN, DENVER   B
FERNANDEZ, LEAH ANGELA   C
FIDELINO, QUEENIELYN   A
FLORES, FROI GABRIEL   D
FOMAN-EG, ADIYEL ANGYAP   Y
GALERA, CHONA MARIE   P
GALLARDO, ELIZABETH   D
GALLEO, JOVELYN   W
GANABAN, CHRISTIAN JOY   G
GARINGAN, SAMUEL  JR G
GAYADON, JEDIDIAH   W
GONZALES, MONICA   G
GUISOBEN, MARK GIL   T
GURAY, JANABELL   P
GUTIERREZ, RENZO   O
GUZMAN, IVY   T
HAKCHOLNA, EZRAHYEL   M
HUMIWAT, ESTELLE DAIL   H
IBUS, ROCHELL JHOY   C
ILACAD, JONALYN   P
KAFILAS, KERRY SAMANTHA ALYNNE   I
LABUGUEN, TRIZHA MAE   V
LACANARIA, JANICE   S
LAGULA, ROSSANA   L
LAMSIS, KIEFFER   D
LIM, IAN STEPHEN   M
MACARIO, MARK KIEHL   T
MADAYAG, BRYZON LOUIE   C
MAGPANTAY, MINA MARIE   C
MAGTOTO, SARAHLYN   T
MANAGDAG, GLAIZA   G
MANAGDAG, HASMINE   P
MANGSI, MELODY   D
MARCOS, NENITA   I
MARRERO, DEAN SCOTT ALEXZANDRE   C
MASLIYAN, MARY ANN   L
MATEO, DARYLL FAYE   C
MAYO, FERNANDO  JR P
MENDOZA, JOHN AMIEL   C
MUNAR, CHRISTOPHER JOHN   I
NAHAUL, FEBIE JOY   A
NARVASA, CELESTE   B
NAVARRO, CHRISTIAN   V
NAZARRO, JEDRIK   T
OLIVEROS, STEPHANIE   M
PABILLANO, JC GERE   B
PACION, LAWRENCE   S
PAGANAO, RUBY ANN   B
PALGUE, LAURIANO  JR W
PALTIYAN, SHERYL   B
PERLAS, RACHELLE   P
RACSA, CRISTIEVALE   C
RAMOLETE, NEIL MARLON   A
RAMOS, NICOLE   B
RUEDAS, LOUISE IVAH   D
SAGA-OC, IRA JEAN   S
SALIBAD, NORMA   D
SALISIPAN, ALEXIZ JOHN   P
SALONGA, AIRA CARELIZA   L
SAMDAO, LEILA JEAN   B
SANTOS, MELODY   G
SAPINO, GILLIAN MAE   S
SARIO, DONERIC   O
SEARES, CRISTETA   P
SIMANGEN, LIEZL   P
SISON, CHERRY LYN   P
SOLOMON, LEA GRACE   H
TABBAL, GLORIA   B
TABIOS, MC CAULAY   M
TADEO, KEVIN   D
TAGUITAG, STEPHEN   O
TAMBUYAT, DANIELLE EVITA JASMINE   C
TANGKEL, JENNILOMS JOHANA   S
TEODORO, MARY BELLE   DR
TOLENTINO, GLADYS   S
TOMANENG, LIEZEL   O
TUBBAN, LYN   S
TUGADI, JAKE KENSON   P
UMOQUIT, MARY JOY   M
VALBUENA, CHELSEA KAILA   A
VALDEZ, CHRISTOPHER   P
VEGA, BENJAMIN   D
VELASCO, RENIEL
VILLANUEVA, RIZA   N
VILLOTA, ROWELL  JR P
WALES, BENIGNO   S
ZUÑEGA, FIDEL VICTOR   P

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