Once again, the Palawan State University has made waves as it virtually maintained its place as still the number one performing school in Region IV-B for the much anticipated licensure examination for aspiring criminologists.

None other than Dean Vilma Andoy was the first to express her gratitude as she took to social media.

“From PSU-CCJE family and PTCC, we would like to extend our thanks to our President Dr. Jeter Sespeñe and to the University Administrators, faculty and staff for your immeasurable support. Once again, maraming salamat sa inyong lahat,” said the Dean who has delivered exceedingly well for the past number of licensure exams.

Again this feat is due to a winning formula applied in the examination review process of the CCJE which has worked well in the past. Dean Andoy has earned the admiration of the community for her rather notable hands-on approach.

In a list provided by the CCJE, the Palawan State University clearly dominated in Region IV-B with a score of 85.71% in this edition of the exam which saw a National Passing Rate of 32.68%. Below is the complete list of performing schools within the region.

  1. PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY- 85.71% ( 42 -36 passed)
  2. DEVINE COLLEGE OF CALAPAN-69.57% ( 23 - 16 passed)
  3. ROMBLON STATE UNIVERSITY- 67.07% ( 82 -55 passed)
  4. MINSCAT CALAPAN CAMPUS- 53.70% (108 examinees- 58 passed)
  5. WESTERN PHILS PPC CAMPUS- 34.38% (381 examinees- 131 passed)
  6. WESTERN PHILS ABORLAN CAMPUS- 29.03% (93 examinees-27 passed)
  7. EDHARD STI-ROMBLON - 22.43% (107 examinees- 24 passed)
  8. MINSCAT BONGABONG CAMPUS- 18.52% (54 examinees- 14 passed)
  9. HOLY TRINITY UNIVERSITY- 15.56% (45 examinees- 7 passed)
  10. FULLBRIGHT COLLEGE-14.61% ( 89 examinees- 13 passed)
  11. OCCD'L MINDORO STATE COLLEGE- 12.38% (323 examinees- 40 passed)

The Palawan State University wishes to honor its most fresh batch of duly licensed criminologists from the College of Criminal Justice Education, wherein the PSU fielded in 42 examinees. Below is the list of names of the 36 names composing what is now trending as the “the PSU New Breed of Criminologists.

  1. ABOROT, LIEZEL
  2. ACAR, ALEXANDER
  3. AVILLANOSA, ANIKA
  4. BANADERA, ALYSSA
  5. BADANG, JIMMY
  6. BUNGGAT, RICTCHIE
  7. CAABAY, MICHAELA
  8. CUISON, MARY GRACE
  9. DELOS REYES, BLOSSOM
  10. ELLO, FELIFRAN MAE
  11. GARCIA, MARK ANTHONY
  12. GAJELOMO, CARLITA
  13. HAMORA, JEAN CLAUDE
  14. ISMAEL, MERHAN
  15. LAGAN, JELYN
  16. LAGRADA, CHRISTINE
  17. LAGRADA, JOHNRAY
  18. MORALES, JOEBERT
  19. NAGUIT, LEONIZZE JOY
  20. NUNA, REY MARC
  21. OCCENA, MARK JENARD
  22. OLANDE, LESLIE
  23. PADUGA, LANY
  24. PARANGUE, RAINA
  25. PARANGUE, REY EMMANUEL
  26. POM, MARY JOY
  27. PULIDO, AUBREY
  28. QUIJANO, RICHARD
  29. RODA,MARK JAYSON
  30. RODRIGUEZ, MARGARETTE
  31. REQUILMAN, LEE KEVIN
  32. SALALIMA, MICHAEL
  33. SALICO, ELREEN ROSE
  34. VILLANO, JESSMAR
  35. VILLAREAL, BABY JANE
  36. VILLAFLOR, LOVELY