MSC generates new batch of registered mechanical engineers

BOAC, Marinduque — The Marinduque State College (MSC) welcomes 24 newly registered mechanical engineers in the recently concluded February 2024 Mechanical Engineers Licensure Examination (MELE).

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that 4,458 out of 6,770 exam takers passed the MELE held at Manila Center University from February 20-22.

In line with this, MSC garnered an overall passing rate of 70.59 percent after generating 24 newly registered mechanical engineers out of 34 exam takers, surpassing the national percentage of 65.85 percent.

Among the newly registered mechanical engineers who nailed the examinations are Neil Ampeloquio, Andy Briones, John William Daniel Aguas Briones,Nolan Jagong, Angelo Jandusay, Kim Carlos Lacdao, Harold Lacerna, Brixter Lanot, Joseph Whenver Lasic, Reymart Lasic, Adrian Louis Livelo, Jhun Mark Loto, Redden Kinred Malabayabas, Ralph Jerus Manahan, John Zedrick Manoy, Kathlyne Joy Martinez, Mark Kenneth Mayo, Joshua Paras, Kaye Czarine Salmorin, Carl Russel Valenzuela, Jhairalyn Mari Cione Valeros, Jhon Zyric Vitto, John Paul Zulueta and Rijay Zulueta.

Rijay Zulueta, one of the newly registered mechanical engineer shared his experience saying, “Mahirap ang board exam kapag hindi nag-review kaya kailangan mong sulitin ang bawat oras na mayroon ka. Lahat naman ng effort at pagod sa pag-review ay magiging worth it once na maipasa at maging registered mechanical engineer ka na.”

[The board exam is really hard so you need to maximize all your time to review and study your notes. Afterall, your efforts will pay off once you pass the board exam and become a registered mechanical engineer.]

These individuals are a real manifestation that MSC is a home for topnotch students and a reliable institution that hones talents and competitive students. —

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