DOST Scholars share top spot in November 2017 Chemical Engineer Board Exam

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Two of passers who placed first in the recently released Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination results were scholars of Department of Science and Technology (DOST).


Jared Philip M. Condez from the University of the Philippines Visayas and John Cyril P. Claur from University of St. Lasalle Bacolod share the top spot as both topnotch the 2017 Chemical Engineering Board Examination with a rating of 84.60% conducted last November 18-20, 2017.

Both topnotchers are scholars of the Department of Science and Technology, the former being a Merit scholar under RA No. 2067 and the latter an RA 7687 scholar.

Aside from Condez and Claur, 16 other DOST scholars passed the said board examinations namely:
BADIANG, JOHN PIOX J. University of the Philippines Visayas
BAGSAIN, ANNGELA JOY N. - Central Philippine University
BANTING, SATURNINO, JR. P. - UP Visayas
DECLARADOR, PAULLINE - Central Philippine University
FIDEL, JHONNIELYN JOY L. - USLS - Bacolod
GARCIA, RUSSEL RENZ R. - Central Philippine University
HILARIO, ARVIN JAN R. - University of St. La Salle- Bacolod
LUPO, JOHAN, JR. B. - Central Philippine University
PEREZ, CHRISTINE JANE J. - USLS - Bacolod
ROMELO, NIMROD B. - UPV Visayas
SILVESTRE, JESSTOS ANTHONY S. - CPU
TEMBREVILLA, NICOLE LUCINI N. - USLS - Bacolod
TIZON, KIA J. - USLS - Bacolod
CAMAROTE, BRYLE KRISTIANN C. - UP Visayas
ESTANTE, EROS PAUL V. - UP Visayas
LAMPARERO, BON LESTER L. - UP Visayas




Meanwhile, when asked about advise for future chemical engineering board exam takers, Condez emphasized the importance of knowing one’s priorities.

“Know what your priorities are. This will help you align your mentality to the current goal-- to pass or better yet to top the board exam.”, Condez said.

“A fair warning though, it is totally normal to feel butterflies in your stomach, weeks, days, and hours before the board exam. It is important to keep your composure, be calm, and try to keep a positive state of mind.”, He added.

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is devoted to accelerating the development of science and technology for socio-economic development. The Science and Technology (S&T) Scholarship Program is available for both undergraduate and graduate level scholarships, to those who meet the minimum grade requirement and those qualified by the S&T Scholarship Examination. DOST offers three undergraduate scholarship programs-- RA 7687 Scholarship, DOST-SEI Merit Scholarship Program and the RA 10612, known as Junior Level Science Scholarship.




RA 7687 Scholarship (RA 7687) also known as the “Science and Technology Scholarship Act of 1994”, provides scholarship slots to poor but deserving students whose families’ annual gross incomes do not exceed the poverty threshold limit. The other scholarship referred to as DOST-SEI Merit Scholarship Program, formerly known as the NSDB or NSTA Scholarship under RA No. 2067, is awarded to students with high aptitude in science and mathematics and are willing to pursue careers in the fields of science and technology. On the other hand, RA 10612 or Junior Level Science Scholarship is offered to third year college students who are enrolled in S&T Priority courses at any State Universities and Colleges (SUC), other private universities or colleges that are with CHED compliant programs, CHED identified Centers of Excellence (COE) or Centers of Development (COD) for the priority S&T courses and Institutions with FAAP Level III Accreditation.

The scholar must pursue a course in the field of science, mathematics and engineering leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. (DOSTVI-JRGabiota).

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