New PhilNITS certified IT professionals

            A total of 125 IT professionals passed the 9th Fundamentals of IT Engineers (FE) certification exams given by the Philippine National IT Standards Foundation (PhilNITS) last April 1, 2007.
            PhilNITS president Maricor Akol said that the passing rate was 26 percent out of the 484 examinees who took the tests, the highest so far since the exams started in 2002.
            Akol who is also chairperson of the seven-nation IT Professional Examination Council (ITPEC) said the result of the certification exams was unprecedented and could be the highest passing rate in the ITPEC member-countries composed of the Philippines, Maynmar, Malaysia, Mongolia, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan.
           Those who passed the exams were Alexander Macainag, Jason Mejorada,  Mary Ann Ylanan, Jeric Mark Calamba, Kerwin John Kho, Rogelio Francis Cruz Jr., Noel Saracanlao, Aldion Rueblos, Giselle Catan, Virgil Taneza, Jefty Negapatan,   Reynie Mahilum, Greg Michael Meneses, Abba Tolibas, Roderick Satina, Christian Relacion, Grace Bautista, Klifford Manto, Raymon Rizada, Lordy Licayan, Lemuel Montejo, Laarni Miranda, Jerwine Badiang, Noie Aum, Daniel Bayog, Jamila Hojas,   Edgar Aureus, Bernadette Realosa, Romel Reyes, Jasper Leonor, Nadema Ajihil, Michael Echavez, Mauriza Tuazon, Rea Lourdes Mena, Lara Mia Dunuan, Gerry Omana, Alexander Felipe, Dexter Del Rosario, Manuel Soriano, Jonathan Guevarra, Roel Mark Hidalgo, Patrick Bryan Tan, John Voltaire Lim, Maria Christina Basbas,   Bren Orbeta, Grace Feraer, John Paul Galang, Yvette Yeung, Laarni Ong, Emmanuel Rodriguez, John Mark Mercado, Kristoffer Masajo, Joseph Ronald Declaro, Junard Lebajan, Sophia Coombs, Joseph Edward Gener, Dandi Lou Santos, Marc Glenn Jamon, Ralph Mercado, Joan Wee, Josephus Lopez, Cathy Favorito, Moses Olores, Amaripal   Singh, Mary Ann  Go, Sean Manalili, Charlene Edolsa, Patrick Nino Flores, David Vincent Ang, Prem Rara, Megann Ruth Plaza, Amiel Vincent Arce,  Karen Marie Maligaya, Joshua Un, Joel Cocjin, Ken Nakamura, Carla Gabriela Quiblat, John Gerard Cuenca, Lutherford Sosuan, Raechel Regina Remonte, Florencio Pataleta Jr., Jamie Ann Zamodio, Suzanne Rona Bermudez, Marianne Casili, Mary Joy Grace Baltazar, Arlan- Z Escalante, Ledi Angelie De Leon,   Primrose Ferrer, Ronel Navoa, Edixon Yu Jr., Jefferson Kwong, Paul Benedict Bautista, Michael Syson, Luna Dela Cruz, Jocelyn Ong, Valerie Kathy Crisologo,  Aristotle Fabia, Jose Dalino Jr., Dianne Kristine Campos, Leilany Nidea, Belen Velonza, Ernie James Patino, Emmanuel Celiz, John Paul Albeza, Billy Chen, Stray Arthur Jarales, Kenneth Roland Roa, Manuel Adeva Jr., Christian Birondo, Ian Ray Palo, Aaron Alia, Abigail Anne Dizon, Alexander Paul Go, Raymond Navarro,   Jaclyn Tiffanie Tan, Hazel Marinas, John Fulbert Logrono, Beverlyn Lascuna,  Raymund Anthony Beltran, Vyll Roxanne Tinampay, Joseph Manyaga, Ervin Jay Saguin, Melvin Tezon, Felix Jorge Ungui, and Mahalia Apale.

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13 thoughts on “New PhilNITS certified IT professionals

  1. dark angel

    congratz to all the passers…
    gaano po khirap ung exam?
    advice nman po…
    kc balak ko po rin sana kumuha in the near future…
    tnx…

  2. Ed

    Please call Lorina of Philnits and inquire on the coverage of the Philnits exams, requirements, etc. Thanks.

    Ed

  3. Jeff

    So, any news on what jobs you guys got? Did it open up any doors? Did you slap your job interviewer with the certification and demanded the job? lol

    Seriously though I’m interested.

  4. passer

    hi, i just got the change to read this blog recently. anyway, i’m a passers of the april 2007 fe philnits exam. it was hard but thank God i made it.

    a company sponsored the fee so they were able to get my results. i was wondering if i could get a copy of my own. the company that sponsored me called once but i told them i was still studying so they can call me on my graduation. i wonder why they did not anymore call. anyway, i was able to use the credential…though for japanese companies only.

    but i have second thought working for japanese companies, they require training in nihonggo. and they don’t have high rates. hehehe :p

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