CHMSU bags Ched award, joins LET top 10 schools

ILOILO. CHMSU Vice President of Academic Affairs Jay Estrellas and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program Chairperson Engr. Michael Forton receives the Plaque of Recognition on behalf of the university. (CHMSU photo)
ILOILO. CHMSU Vice President of Academic Affairs Jay Estrellas and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program Chairperson Engr. Michael Forton receives the Plaque of Recognition on behalf of the university. (CHMSU photo)

THE Commission on Higher Education (Ched) Regional Office-Western Visayas awarded Carlos Hilado Memorial State University after placing fourth in the Top Performing Schools of the November 2022 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination.

Vice President of Academic Affairs Jay Estrellas and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program Chairperson Engr. Michael Forton received the award on behalf of the university during the 2nd Ched Regional Quality Awards held at the West Visayas State University Cultural Center, La Paz, Iloilo City on May 19.

CHMSU garnered a passing rate of 86.21 percent in the said licensure examination and its graduate, Jefferson Y. Cafino, placed 10th among the 8,209 passers.

The ceremony was in celebration of the 3rd National Higher Education Day and Ched's 29th Foundation Anniversary.

LET Top 10

Meanwhile, CHMSU placed 10th among the Top Performing Schools in the March 2023 Licensure Examination for Teachers-Elementary Level with a passing rate of 93.10 percent, released May 19.

A total of 54 out of 58 takers from the campus passed the exam.

Overall, CHMSU had a combined passing rate of 88.98 percent for the Elementary Level Exam with takers from its Binalbagan and Talisay campuses, while it had a combined passing rate of 67.19 percent for the Secondary Level Exam with takers from its Alijis, Binalbagan, and Talisay campuses.

CHMSU President Norberto Mangulabnan said these “achievements are never accidental. They are intended results of hard works and commitments, embodied in the collective aspirations of CHMSU to deliver genuine quality education to the public.”

The president added that the state university will continue to fulfill its mandate and hopefully garner more awards. (PR)

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