DLSL claims top spot in RME boards, hails 10 topnotchers
With a passing percentage of 98.55%, De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) claimed the throne for the fifth consecutive time on the recently concluded Registered Master Electrician (RME) licensure examination, producing 68 new RME’s out of the 69 takers, April 24.
Moreover, out of the 3,656 who took the RME licensure exam, 10 Lipa Lasallians arrived at the top ranks.
Among the school’s topnotchers was Jan Brix Matreo Castillo who took the 2nd spot with a rating of 92%.
Moreover, with a rating of 90%, Ronalyn Marasigan Collado placed fifth and was followed by Christopher-Toby Clarenz Fombuena Garcia at 6th place with a rating of 89.50%.
Claiming the seventh spot, both Kier Deniel Sabordo Añonuevo and Roland Mendoza Silva JR scored a total rating of 89% who were then followed by Renz Paul Montilla Tinaja in the 8th place, scoring 88.50%.
With a rating of 88%, John Joseph Morales Barrion and Ho Suet Cullado Bilaran secured the ninth spot while both Dlanele Vince Villanueva Burog and John Russel Villanueva Laylo ranked 10th with a rating of 87.50%.
Last year, DLSL also ranked first in the RME, with 14 topnotchers.
Meanwhile, 10 out of 22 graduates who took the Registered Electrical Engineer (REE) licensure exam passed, garnering a 45.45% passing rate.
This year’s REE and RME licensure exams were administered last April 19, and resulted to a national passing rate of 52.12% and 50.08%, respectively.