Nine from USLS pass electronics engineer licensure exam

The University has produced nine new electronics engineers based on results of the October 2022 Electronics Engineer Licensure Examination released by the Professional Regulation Commission on Oct. 14. 

PRC noted that 785 out of the 2,644 passed the examination conducted last Oct. 8-9.

USLS received an overall passing rate of 45 percent which is higher than the 29.69 national passing rate.

Furthermore, the University garnered a 57.15 percent passing rate for its first takers. 

The new Lasallian registered electronics engineers are: Corban Rabe Borce, Angelo De Castro, Jomar Espina, John Eric Esporas, Hubert John Lagalagot, Jacy Angelica Quezon, Clement Vincent Saril, Alfrancis Sicat and Klent Roel Zarsuela.

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