Mabalacat City, Pampanga — The Professional Regulations Commission announced on Tuesday 29 out of 35 or 82.86 per cent of graduates from Mabalacat City College in Barangay Dolores here have passed the licensure examination for customs broker administered this November 2017.
The national passing rate is 53.48 percent.
The succesful examinees are Santa Anne Marie Abella, Abigail Louise Adan, Katherine Bayle Aguas, Jenny Altes, Julie Ann Antonio, Roel Aquino, Clarence Bacani, Carol Basañez, Jenny Rose Bautista, Alissandra Isabelle Bayani, Krisel Bolante, Anneth Canlas, Eddieson Canlas, Jake Salvador Corcuera, Bryan Divina, Ronald Jaravata, Jerry May Layson, Kim Joshua Lirazan, Hazel Macalino, Jomer Mercado, Hazel Grace Muli, Kristel Pangilinan, Phatrizcia Mhae Paras, Julius Rainier Pertez, Justine Maenard Pertez, Harvey Rodriguez, Emy Joy Salangsang, Kimberly Sangalang and Hazel Joy Talinio.
” My heartfelt congratulations to our second batch of takers in the recently concluded Customs Broker Licensure Examination. This drastic increase in the passing rate from our first batch is really remarkable,” Institute of Business Education Dean Reynaldo Laxamana said.
It can be recalled last year Andrea Gayle Co, one of the pioneer batch of Customs Administration in MCC, ranked ninth among passers of CBLE.
” The prime ingredient of taking the lead is the timely intervention to infuse the newly required additional courses or subjects in the November 2017 examination. Of course, motivating our students to embrace their dreams is imperative. Proper evaluation of their performance through their academic ratings and faculty feedbacks also helped,” Laxamana added.
Quality education at an affordable cost, this why students of Mabalacat City and other neighboring cities and municipalities prefer to acquire bachelors degree in Mabalacat City College.
Mabalacat City College, established in 2008, is a brainchild of the former longest serving mayor of Mabalacat, Marino Morales.