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The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) is proud to announce that 22 civil engineers, and 6 electrical engineer graduates of the College of Engineering and Technology (CET) are now officially licensed civil engineers and electrical engineers, respectively.

In the 2022 Civil Engineering Board Exam Results released yesterday, PLM logged a 91.67% passing rate—well above the national passing rate of 42.35% 0r 5,836 out of 13,781 examinees according to the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)

PLM congratulates 22 new civil engineers, yields 91.67% passing rate


While PLM marks 75% passing rate as opposed to the 54.41% or 3,029 out of 5,567 national passing rate in the 2022 Electrical Engineering Licensure Exam Results released last May 04, 2022.

   PLM congratulates 22 new civil engineers, 6 electrical engineers in 2022


The 22 new PLM civil engineers and 6 new electrical engineers were all first-time takers.

The new PLM civil engineers are Engr. Virgilio Fegi Abundo, Jr., Engr. Dexter Patricio Ardientes, Engr. Ariel Joseph Losinio De Leon, Engr. Princes Niel Colar Del Rosario, Engr. Jose Hernandez Delos Santos III, Engr. Yvonne Elemento Gallego, Engr. Pauline Grace Omo Inocente, Engr. Gwynelle Quilit Jacalne, Engr.Joshua Brylle Francisco Junio, Engr.Danielle Louise Roque Lao, Engr. Ian Joseph Pangilinan Larinay, Engr. Ma. Norma Trinidad Aggabao Lazaro, Engr. Jerome Alviar Manuel, Engr. Mark Joseph Moody Mejia, Engr. Neil Henry Gene Mangulabnan Milad, Engr. Ryan Joseph Bacani Mimay, Engr. Judea Sanama Pacer, Engr. Ferlyn Ancheta Porcalla, Engr. Dianne Gail Martinez Ramirez, Engr. Regina Mae Simeon San Pedro, Engr. Nikkita Ryan Reynaldo Senosa, and Engr. Gerome Reister Hipolito Vergara.

The new PLM registered electrical engineers are Engr. Kaitlyn Fate De Vera Aguillon, Engr. Kim Andrei Velasco Gatdula, Engr. Aileen Rose Lapira Go, Engr. Syrus Mac Del Mundo Gutierrez, Engr. Kevin Bryan Calopez Segarra and Engr. Matthew Raymundo Torres.

They will join the 5,836 new civil engineers and the 3,029 newly registered electrical engineers, according to the PRC.

“We congratulate our newest batch of PLM civil engineers and electrical engineers. May you all build a future that would help shape our country’s economic status to prosperity,” PLM President Emmanuel Leyco said.