THE Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Friday, August 23, denied any links to those behind the production and publication of review materials for the licensure examinations being administered by the agency.
In a statement, the PRC stressed that it has no connections to any review materials made available for purposes of PRC-administered licensure examination.
"The vendors/sellers of review materials, particularly those that are situated close to PRC office premises, are not affiliated or connected with the Professional Regulatory Boards or the PRC or its officials and employees," said the PRC.
This means that the PRC will not be held responsible for all liability and damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any detail/data contained by the review materials purchased.
"Their proximity to PRC office premises does not establish their credibility as vendors/sellers of said review materials," said the PRC.
To note, the PRC is the government agency in charge of the implementation and enforcement of the regulatory laws and policies of the country with respect to the licensing of the various regulated professions.
The PRC, meanwhile, assured the public that it is exerting all efforts to prohibit the publication of review materials supposedly for the examinations they are administering.
"The PRC is continuously undertaking actions to impose prohibition on making review materials available for sale, especially those that are proximate to PRC office premises," said PRC.
To note, the PRC administers the licensure examinations for a total of 43 Professional Regulatory Boards. (HDT/SunStar Philippines)