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Flight Attendant, Christine Dacera, Found Dead

 A 23 years old flight attendant was found unconscious in an empty bathub on City Garden Grand Hotel at Makati City on January 1, 2021. Christine Dacera, a Philippine Airlines flight attendant was then rushed to a Makati Medical Center by three of her friends and a hotel staff but was later declared dead on arrival.


The hospital later diagnosed the cause of death as ruptured aortic aneurysm.

Christine Dacera Rape Case


What is a ruptured aortic aneurysm?


We all know what's the word ruptured means, it is means something had broken, cracked or burst. For aortic aneurysm, check the brief explanation below from mayoclinic.org.


An abdominal aortic aneurysm is an enlarged area in the lower part of the major vessel that supplies blood to the body (aorta). The aorta runs from your heart through the center of your chest and abdomen.


The aorta is the largest blood vessel in the body, so a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm can cause life-threatening bleeding.



Initial Police Report


Initial report from the Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO) said that Dacera was sexually abused.


Colonel Harold Depositar, the Makati City police chief said that the flight attendant had lacerations and sperm in her genitalia as well as bruises, contusions and scratches on her arms and legs.


"Meron siyang mga pasa, meron siyang mga contusions sa both knees and then meron siyang abrasions… pero isa lang ‘yun na mahaba. Meron definitely sexual contact," - the police chief said during a media interview.


With these initial findings, 11 persons have been charged of provisional charge of rape with homicide. All suspects are the ones whom Dacera celebrated the new year's eve with within the two adjacent hotel rooms in Makati City.




Was Christine Dacera Drugged?


Dacera being drugged is one of the elements of case that is yet to be determined by the police authorities as the toxicology report along with the autopsy findings are awaiting to be finalized by experts.


The suspects were charged with "provisional" rape because the prosecutor office is yet to receive the official autopsy and toxicology report yet. Despite of lack of official medical reports, the Philippine National Police (PNP) had already announced that the case had been marked as "solved" by declaring that the flight attendant was a victim of "rape-slay".


Read below excerpt from the official facebook page of the Philippine National Police entitled "POLICE SOLVE NEW YEAR RAPE-SLAY OF FLIGHT ATTENDANT"


<blockquote>In report to DILG Secretary Eduardo M Año, PNP Chief, Police General Debold M Sinas said the rape-slay of Christine Angelica Dacera is solved with the arrest and indictment of three suspects."</blockquote>


Meanwhile, the victim family's spokesperson, Brick Reyes, told media on a press conference that the Dacera family was convinced that Christine was drugged and sexually abbused.


"Sino ba talaga ang nag-sexually assault kay Christine? Sino ba talaga ang nag-spike ng drinks niya with drugs? Sino ba talaga ang immediate cause ng pagkamatay niya?" - the spokesperson said.


Reyes further said that they do not believe that Christine had died on natural causes, and that the ruptured aortic aneurysm finding by the hospital was not the actual cause of death and that the initial medical report does not reflect the injuries on parts of her body.


"They say she died of natural causes, of ruptured aortic aneurysm, which appears in the certificate of death but which does not include all the injuries she sustained," Reyes said.




Who are the suspects?


The PNP had disclosed the names of the 12 suspects, namely:


The three persons below are already in the custody of the police.


1.) John Pascual Dela Serna III - 27 years old

2.) Rommel Daluro Galido - 29 years old

3.) John Paul Reyes Halili - 25 years old


The nine persons below remain at large.


4) Gregorio Angelo de Guzman

5.) Louie de Lima

6.) Clark Jezreel Rapinan

7.) Rey Englis

8.) Mark Anthony Rosales

9) Jammyr Cunanan

10.) Valentine Rosales

11.) a certain Ed Madrid

12.) a certain Paul




Philippine Airlines Statement


The employer of ill-fated Christine Angelica Dacera, Philippine Airlines (PAL), had called for "truth and justice" regarding to the case of one of their flight attendant.


"Our desire is for the truth to come out in the interest of justice," - the statement of the PAL said, released on Tuesday.


Christine Dacera served as a flight attendant of PAL Express, the Philippine region brand of the airlines.


"PAL Express mourns the tragic death of Cristine Dacera last January 1 during New Year revelry in Makati City," - the statment added.


The airline officials further said that they are "extending full support to the flight attendant's family at this most difficult time".




Christine's Family


The mother of Christine, Sharon Dacera, applead to the Philippine president help to solve the case of her daughter.


"Tatay Digong, tulungan niyo po kami. Ordinaryo lang po akong tao. Ma’am [Davao Mayor] Sara Duterte, nanay ka rin. May anak ka rin na babae. That is why I want to come out in the open because I don’t want somebody to be a victim again by this kind of brutality, barbaric," - the emotional mother told reporters during the press conference held on Tuesday.


"Binaboy niyo ang anak ko. Ayokong may mangyari ulit diyan na isang babae na bababuyin niyo ulit. Kaya lalabanan ko ang laban nitong anak ko," - she added.


Sharon said that her daughter dream to take her whole family around the world, the main reason why she became a flight attendant.


"Simple lang kaming tao eh. Kasiyahan lang po sana ng anak ko, na ang dream niya, 'yung kami na magkakasama na kapatid niya, at saka tatay niya, at saka pamilya niya, makatour around the world. Kaya gusto talaga niya maging flight attendant," - the grieving mother said.


On the press conference, Sharon called to all suspects to surrender before the authorities.


"Gusto ko lang manawagan. Lalo na sa mga taong involved doon sa aksidente na nangyari sa anak ko. Kung inosente kayo, lumabas kayo. Kung gusto niyo patunayan na wala kayong kasalanan, lumabas kayo" - the victim's mom said.




City Garden Grand Hotel on the Hook


With the Dacera case being so well-known, the Department of Tourism (DOT) had issued a show-cause order against the City Grand Hotel located at the corner of Makati and Kalayaan Avenues in Barangay Poblacion, Makati City to explain on why it should not be suspended for the possible violations for accepting guests for leisure purposes amid the pandemic.


The show-cause must be submitted to the tourism regulatory body within three days.


It is a known fact that the Makati City is still under the tight quanranteen regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, thus, the DOT's show-cause order issuance.


It turned-out that the hotel where Christine Dacera's lifeless body was found is currently used as a quarantine or isolation facility. With this, the DOT had asked the hotel's general manager, Richard Heazon, on why did the establishment continued to accept guests which shouldn't be the case for a declared isolation facility.


Christine Dacera graduated cum laude from the University of the Philippines in Davao City. 




Pfizer Released Ingredients on their COVID-19 Vaccine

Pfizer Inc., an American multinational pharmaceutical corporation had released the ingredients to their COVID-19 vaccine amid fears that a microchip will be planted on human body.


It appears that there are several conspiracy theories that have been circulating online saying that government's true intention on the vaccine is to implant a microchip for them to track the location of its citizens.

pfizer vaccine covid microchip
photo: nbcnews.com


While the widely shared videos has been making viral on the online community, none of the rumors are true.


Zizi Papacharissi, a communication and political science professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, said that social media has made it easy to amplify vaccine-related lies.Though companies like Facebook and YouTube have pledged to suppress such misinformation, she said that measures only happens after the materials have already reached viral status.


"Any action they take is retroactive,” she said. “ ... Putting something over it that says, ‘This is possibly misinformation,’ or taking the post down, it’s not really going to help. In fact, it might do the opposite. It might attract even more attention." - the professor said.


Various consipary theory videos have been circulating on various social media websites like facebook, instagram as well as tiktok.


Watch the video below.


https://www.facebook.com/elizabethjohnstonministries/videos/vb.954553357996147/420775795761336/?type=2&theater


Experts said that the video above uses selective editing and misleading text overlays to give the impression that the ApiJect’s radio-frequency identification technology would enable government officials to track the vaccinated population.


In reality, the optional chip that they are talking about is only placed on the syringe label - a fact that the spokespersons for ApiJect and the Department of Health and Human Services had confirmed. The chip will not be injected into the patient's body along with the vaccine nor would it allow the patient to be tracked in any way.


With these, Pfizer released their COVID-19 vaccine ingredients.


In the vaccine, there are one active ingredient called messenger RNA or mRNA. This contains genetic instructions for the corona-virus protein called spike. mRNA, once injected in the body will teach the patient's cells how to make protein that will trigger an immune reponse inside the body. That immune response which produces antibodies will then remain in the body and acts like a memory in our cells and will be activated once the real virus enters the our body.


Pfizer’s vaccine also contains nine other ingredients. Four of them are lipids that comes together to form a protective bubble around the mRNA 


  • (4-hydroxybutyl)azanediyl)bis(hexane-6,1-diyl)bis (ALC-3015); (2- hexyldecanoate),
  • 2-[(polyethylene glycol)-2000]-N,N-ditetradecylacetamide (ALC-0159); 1,
  • 2-distearoyl-snglycero-3-phosphocholine (DPSC);
  • cholesterol.


The vaccine also includes sucrose (sugar) that keeps the nano particles from clumping up when they're on the frozen stage.


The vaccine also contains four salts ingredients: potassium chloride, monobasic potassium phosphate, basic sodium phosphate dihydrate and sodium chloride.


Furthermore, Pfizer’s director of global media relations, Jerica Pitts, said that these ingredients are diluted with water and salt before injections.


None of the said ingredients contains or resemble a microchip.



University of the Philippines - UP Starts Accepting Freshmen - No UPCAT for 2021

The University of the Philippines announced that they will begin accepting applications for the first year students for the academic year 2021-2022 starting next year - January 7, 2021 via an online portal made especially for admissons of applications.


The announcement was made December 18, 2021 - Friday.

university philippines upcat 2021-2022
Photo: goodnewspilipinas.com


For this academic year, the only national university in the country said that the first year applicants will not undergo to the usual UP College Admissions Test (UPCAT). The announcement stated that the decision was made unanimously by the University Councils of all the UP constituent universities due to the health concerns brought by the current pandemic that has been infecting thousands of Filipinos in the country.


Instead of the UPCAT, the highest academic policymaking body of the constituent universities in the UP System had approved a new measure to short-list the first year applicants. According to the statement the applicants will be evaluated according to their high school records and that they will be assessed by academic units in order to qualify for a degree program - if deemed necessary. Hopefuls will be notified for any assesments or other additional requirements during the evaluation period.


Below are the steps in applying to become the first year students of the University of the Philippines for the academic year 2021-2022 as officially released by the university.


Applicants shall accomplish Form 1 (Personal Data Sheet) electronically and upload their photo and electronic signature.


•   High schools shall be requested to log on to the Grades Submission link to accomplish Form 2 (High School Records) on behalf of the applicants. An online survey was sent earlier to high schools using their registered email addresses in the records of the UP Office of Admissions (OAdms).


•   If a high school has not received the email of the UP OAdms, applicants from that school must inform the Office of the school’s current official email address via dataproc.oadms@up.edu.ph to facilitate communications between the UP OAdms and the high school.


While we are in the time of advance technology, UP recognized the possibility that there are applicants that may be experiencing technological limitations, that is why they are currently coodinating with concerned high schools for other alternative modes of applications.


The link for the online submission portal will be made available on the exact day of the start of the application submission which is on January 7, 2021 and will end at February 15, 2021.


For any concerns regarding the online submission of application and to address the spread of misinformation, UP had officially released various way for them to be reached out by the public regarding to any inquiries on the application.



UP Office of Admission


Landline: (02) 8981-8500 local 3827 / 3828 / 3830 / 3831


Cellphone: +63 918 904 9195


E-mail: upcatapplications@up.edu.ph


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UPSystemOfficeOfAdmissions


Wearing of Face Shield Has Been Also Required In Public Places

Philippines - The Inter-Agency Task Force on the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) had released a new regulation that would require everyone to wear face shield on top of the already required face mask at all times when going out of their residences.


The new measure aims to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that has caused numerous deaths and crippled the national economy.

face shield required philippines mandatory
Photo: arabnews.com


The mandate was announced by the Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque who is also the spokesperson of the IATF. The announcement was made via a televised Palace press briefing On Tuesday, September 15, 2020.


It can be recalled that the wearing of face mask has been required (April 2020) on all public places as soon as the pandemic has been known throughout the country. However, since the number of the cases drastically went up since March 2020, the task force had decided to create a new measure in the hope to lessen the spread of COVID-19 disease.


Before the announcement, the wearing of face shield was only required to individuals who are entering closed spaces like malls and other business establishments. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) also have required commuters to wear face shield on all public transportation starting August 15, 2020.


Harry Roque clarified further that the face shield should cover your faces from the forehead to the chin and anything shorter than that is not allowed, the spokesperson stressed. The length of the face shield was discussed as many Filipinos are wearing a short shield which basically make it just an eye shield and not as a face shield.


As of Monday, December 14, 2020, the total confirmed cases of COVID-19 nationwide reaches to 450,733 which includes 8,757 deaths and 418,723 recoveries.


With this, we, from Anyare.com went on various business establishment today to check for the price of the HengDe-like face shield. After checking, we found out that prices on the sidewalk vendors ranges from 20-30 pesos a piece, mall price is 50 pesos, 7-11 price is also 50 pesos. Luckily, we found a store which sells various Chinese made stuffs and their face shield's price is only 6 pesos.

Bloomberg Reporter, Haze Fan, Arrested By Chinese Police

Chinese authority had arrested their own citizen, Haze Fan, over suspicion of endangering the national security. Chinese police who were dressed in plain clothes apprehended the news assistant from her apartment last Monday over the allegation.


This incident increase international pressure on the Chinese government over concern on the security and rights of foreign media outlets that's operating on their soil.

haze fan bloomberg arrest chinese
Photo: bloomberg.com

Bloomberg, a media company headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City said that their last contact on Haze Fan had been on 11:30 a.m. on the day of the arrest.


Wang Yi, the China's foreign ministry confirmed the Bloomberg's employee's arrest and the charges on Friday.


"Chinese citizen Ms Fan has been detained by the Beijing National Security Bureau according to relevant Chinese law on suspicion of engaging in criminal activities that jeopardize national security" - the foreign ministry said on the media.


"The case is currently under investigation. Ms. Fan’s legitimate rights have been fully ensured and her family has been notified" - the Chinese official added.


Haze Fan has been on the said media company since 2017 has been credited over numerous global business stories of the company as a news assistant and not as a full pledged journalist. Apparently, Chinese law doesn't allow its own citizen to work as a news reporter on foreign media companies operating on their territory.


Before her Bloomberg employment, Fan had also worked on other foreign media outlets which includes Reuters, CNBS, CBS and Al Jazeera.


John Micklethwait, Bloomberg's editor in chief, described Fan as a "talented and an integral part of the newsroom" and that he assured that the news agency will work as hard as possible to help on her release and her family during these times. Micklethwait also assured the world that the arrest will not change how would they report news from China.


Fan's detention happened months after Chinese authority made an arrest on a high profile television anchor over the same suspicion. Cheng Lei, a Chinese-born Australian television news anchor and business reporter was apprehended by the Chinese authority on August 2020. Since the arrest of the 45 years old prominent anchor, she was not able to make contact with her friends and family members.


Confidence on press freedom on the Chinese territory has been in question over these incidents.


Angel Locsin Was Called Obese On DepEd's Module

Philippine television and film actress, commercial model, film producer and fashion designer, Angel Locsin, was bothered over the Department of Education's (DepEd)  apology over the body shaming issue on one of its module.

angel locsin obse module


The ABS-CBN star was called as an "obese person" on one the physical education modules made by a teacher named Keith Richard O. Firme from Occidental Mindoro.

"Angel Locsin is an obese person. She, together with Coco Martin eats fatty and sweet food in Mang Inasal fast food restaurant most of the time. In her house, she always watching television (sic) and does not have any physical activities." - the module reads.

The module which was made by the physical education teacher asked on what will happen to the already obese Angel Locsin should she continue her lifestyle.

What do you think will happen to Angel if she continues her lifestyle?

How do lifestyle affects the health of an indivudual?

Above are some of the questions following the fat statement of the teacher.

Below are the actual photo that has been circulating on different social media sites regarding the teacher calling the former FHM most sexiest woman fat.

angel locsin obese module

Below is the photo of Keith Richard O. Firme signing the controversial module.

obese module teacher

Below is the Department of Education Mimaropa Region's apology post from their official facebook page.

Official Statement from the Schools Division Office of Occidental Mindoro regarding the viral post of the SLM involving actress Ms. Angel Locsin. Please be guided.

Posted by DepEd Tayo Mimaropa Region on Friday, November 13, 2020

As of writing, the sorry-post of DepEd already has a one hundred seven reactions, nine comments and forty eight shares.


Meanwhile, the actress called out the department bureau over the DepEd's public apology saying that the agency seems to be unaffected over the teacher's bad conduct.


"I don't mind the insults. Cheap comments do not define who I am. 


I intended to ignore this issue, but when I read deped's statement, aba teka lang. 


What bothers me most is apart from teaching incorrect grammar to the students, DepEd seems unaffected that the said teacher is teaching bad conduct and sowing discrimination among the children. Anong mangyayare sa future kung ang mga kabataan ay tinuturuan ng pambabastos at pangungutya sa kapwa? 


This is the more relevant issue deped, that you should be held accountable and must correct. Sa inyo naka salalay ang pag asa ng ating milyon milyong kabataan. 


The said teacher should apologize to his students and all the students that read the module. 


I am fortunate that I had teachers who value good manners and right conduct. Every child deserves to have teachers like them. "


The actress said on her post, which she said that she will delete the post "later".


Meanwhile, the facebook account of the teacher has been deactivated with the surge of comments.


Governor Plans to Open Bali Indonesia To International Tourist

Bali Indonesia may be open to international tourists before the year ends. This is the news announced by the Bali Governor Wayan Koster after he stated that the central government in Indonesia is currently studying the possibility to open-up their borders to foreign travelers.


Bali province's economy is known to be heavily dependent to tourism since 1980s, in which at present day the province's economy is made up of 80% tourism-related economy.

bali indonesia open international tourist
Photo: travelpulse.com

However, the governor revealed that the talks between higher officials are still in early stage, but the possibility has been considered.


“It is being discussed with the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Ministry of Transportation,” - Koster said.


The governor made the statement on the media amidst the rumor that has been circulating online, particularly on messaging app WhatsApp. The rumors prompted the response from the Bali's own local officials.


As much as the local business owners' anticipations, regional secretary to the Bali administration, Dewa Made Indra, had already prevously clariffed that the easing of borders on international visitors has yet to be final.


“This is not about whether we are willing or not. If we are willing and permitted to open, we would have done it from way before because this is crucial for our economy. But the central government is still evaluating our readiness, so that we don’t open up and it results in [COVID-19] cases escalating. If that’s the case we wouldn’t be benefiting, but incurring losses,” the administrator said.


Bali has been in full operation after it accepts domestc tourists since July but remained closed to foreign visitors amid the global restriction due to the pandemic.


"But the central government is still evaluating our readiness so that we don’t open up and it results in COVID cases escalating." - Koster said.


"If that’s the case we wouldn’t be benefiting, but incurring losses." - the government added.

Video Scandal of a Barangay Captain Dasmarinas, Cavite

A video scandal of a barangay chairman of Fatima Dos, Dasmariñas City, Cavite with the baranggay treasurer had made a quite rounds online after it swept the online news media.

The video scandal happened and was recorded via the online meeting application Zoom.

The scandalous act was witnessed by all of the barangay council.

video scandal baranggay captain dasmarinas cavite

Apparently, right after the barangay meeting which was done via the Zoom meeting application, the barangay chairman of Dasmarinas City at Cavite forgot to turn off the one of the two gadgets that he used during the meeting.

According to the Barangay Fatima SK Chairman Jamil Ibardolaza, the barangay captain used a laptop and a cellphone during the council meeting. After the meeting ended, the chairman closed his laptop but had forgot that his cellphone was still broadcasting, leaving the whole council to watch the erotic scene live.

"Bale dalawa kasi 'yung device na nagamit n'ya daw, 'yung isa laptop, 'yung isa ay phone and then gagawin na nila ang act na 'yun. Tinakpan n'ya si laptop then nakalimutan niya na patay sa cellphone kaya na broadcast," - the SK Chairman said.

With the scandalous incident, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Department was prompted to make an investigation regarding the unethical behavior of the barangay officials.

"If true, this is unbecoming of an elected government official. Tinitiyak po naming iimbestigahan ang insidenting ito at pananagutin ang barangay captain ng kung anong karampatang parusa ng batas sa inasal niya," - The DILG Undersecretary and Spokesperson Jonathan Malaya said.

The spokesperson further said that the DILG investigation team is mandated to submit their investigation result in the soonest time possible in order to decide the liabilities of the barangay officials on the disturbing video.

Searching the videos on the internet, we have seen the blurred version of it. Since we do not agree on the distribution of it - and watching of it, we have stopped to use our google ninja ability to search for the uncut version.

Meanwhile, the SK Chairman further said that the whole barangay had made a signature campaign in order to change the leadership of their barangay .

UPDATE:

Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla announced that the baranggay captain and her appointed treasurer had already resigned from their post.


Bong Revilla Files Resolution Number 410

Philippine Senator Bong Revilla filed Senate Resolution Number 410 which aims to impose taxes on digital businesses that has been raking up billions of pesos from the Filipino market.

The filing of the resolution came day after the Albay Representative Joey Salceda proposed to impose government tax to these international online businesses, the Albay congressman is the chairman of the ways and means committee of the House of Representatives.
Bong Revilla Resolution 410
Photo: newsbytes.ph

The congressman is pushing for taxation laws on digital services aimed specifically to video and music streaming apps subscriptions, advertisements on social media sites, online sales platforms. 

On a media interview, Salceda said that this new tax measures will be called "Netflix tax," "Facebook ads tax," and "Lazada tax,".

According to estimate, around 120 billion pesos will be earned by the Philippine government once this measure be implemented.

Senator Revilla stated that this digital taxes were already being implemented on variuos technologically-advanced countries such as Norway, Australia, Japan, France, South Korea, United Kingdom, Singapore, and Malaysia. The senator said that these countries have their own version of this dicital service tax laws.

"We need to embrace the digital revolution of our time, and to comprehensively review and update our existing tax laws regarding digital economy," - the lawmaker at the upper house said.

According to statista.com through theur research department, the country will have an estimated 296 thousands active subscriber on video streaming site netflix.

The senator said that while the local online businesses have been already paying up taxes on the government, the multinational corporations were not covered by our taxation laws. This companies which are far more technological advance has a wide range of coverage were able to evade our taxation laws because of the lack of laws to control them.

"We need to embrace the digital revolution of our time, and to comprehensively review and update our existing tax laws regarding digital economy," Revilla said.

Upon researching, we have found that Lazada - a company owned by Alibaba has been paying taxes on the Philippine government. We at the anyare.com cannot however find any information if Google and Netflix are paying taxes on the local government. Though we are aware that Google has their own remote office here in the country, but we cannot verify whether all Google ads spent by the Filipino people have local tax or not, same goes to the Netflix subscriptions.

If this new tax law be come into a reality, will the prices on these platforms also be affected? Will these businesses pass the tax by our government to the end users?

Coronavirus - COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

Coronavirus diseases had already infected millions of people around the world according to the present data, as of this writing it had reached out to more than 4.6 million cases worldwide.

Deaths has been alarming as the United States of America recently reported to have a death of 5,000 people within 24 hours and is now totaled to more than 90,000 cases. According to statistics expert, America will breach 100,000 mark in no time.
Photo: businessinsider.com

Considering the asymptomatic factor of this disease, the world leaders' have raised their guard shutting down their borders to prevent the spread of the pandemic.

With this, international pharmaceutical companies have been working in a neck breaking pace in addressing this new virus that has been crippling the entire humanity.

Below are some of the notable pharmaceutical companies that has been racing to produce a drug and vaccine to battle this disease.


Roche

The Swiss pharma giant Roche with their researchers and scientists announced that they have developed a game changer against the coronavirus after their data shows of a 100 percent accurate antibody trials.

"it is a highly specific assay with specificity of 100 percent" the national coordinator of the UK Coronavirus Testing Programme, Professor John Newton said on an interview.



Moderna

The Massachusetts biotechnology company, Moderna, had announced a promising early results for their human test for the vaccine. Though the data has not yet published in a scientific journal, but early data shows that the result for human responses show that the vaccine is safe and most especially - effective.



Sinovac Biotech

Sinovac Biotech is a privately held Beijing-based company that had also joined the raise in developing a vaccine against the virus that first occured on their country. The researchers from the Sinovac Biotech has been testing animals, specifically rhesus macaques - an species of monkeys, and told to a report that their vaccine was able to protect the healty animals when exposed to the coronavirus.

The pharmaceutical company stated that the vaccine consist of chemically inactivated version of the virus was injected to the monkeys. The ginea pigs where then observed within seven days and the researchers said that they could not detect the coronavirus in the pharynx or lungs of any of the subjects.

Due to the promising results, Chinese President Xi Jinping had announced on Monday, May 18, 2020, during the 73rd session of the World Health Assembly that they will make the vaccine available globally for the public good as soon at it became available. The president previously reported that China will provide $2 billion for COVID-19 assistance with economic and social development in affected countries, most especially developing one.



Pfizer

Pfizer, the US-based drugmaker had joined the race in hunt to develop a vaccine to beat the coronavirus.

The American multinational pharmaceutical corporation which has a base in New York City had already have their first stage of testing involving 200 volunteers on the age of 18-55. 

The vaccine trials are currently going on in USA. The effort of the American pharmaceutical was made in collaboration with BNTECH, a german company, that is why human trials were also made in parts of Germany.

Pfizer researchers said that the next phase will invlove 160 new candidates from a higher risk categories which will be then tested and evaluated.

Pfizer uses mRNA vaccines which was also the same strategy used by another pharma giant, Moderna.



Sanofi

Sanofi S.A., the French multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Paris, France had just announced that the candidate vaccine is expected to enter clinical trials in the second half of 2020 and to be available by the second half of 2021.

On the side news, Sanofi drew criticism among world leaders after they announced to the public that they will prioritize US before the rest of the world on the vaccine once it got fully developped. This is due to the money the US government invested to manufacture the potential vaccine.

Being a French company, the French government had made pressure to Pfizer over the scandalous prioritization remark.

Sanofi on the other hand retracted their previous statement after their CEO Paul Hudson made an interview with the international daily newspaper, Financial Times.

"The vaccine against COVID-19 should be a global public good and its access need to be equitable and universal," - the France official said.



Altimmune 

Altimmune, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States announced that they have commenced testing on COVID-19 vaccine candidates on their laboratory.

"In collaboration with the University of Alabama at Birmingham, we have commenced preclinical testing of candidates for our Covid-19 vaccine, AdCovid," - the company said.

Altimmune named their candidate vaccine as AdCovid and will be administered intranasally.

"AdCovid is being developed as a single dose, intranasal vaccine that is designed to activate multiple arms of the immune system including humoral (antibodies), cellular (T-cell) and mucosal immunity," - Altimmune said.

No Homework Bill Filed Through House Bill No. 3611

A lawmaker had filed a proposed bill that when become a law will prohibit teachers to give homework or most commonly known as "assignments" to all kindergarden up to grade six nationwide.

House Deputy Speaker Evelina Escudero, a representative from the first district of Sorsogon, recently filed House Bill No. 3611 which will mandate the Department of Education to impose a "no-homework" policy for our Filipino students.

The lawmaker said that the proposed bill will help our young to have a full rest and relaxation after school hours. This would also give them quality time for their family.
Photo: twitter/chiznewscentral
"Homework assignments can deprive students and parents precious quality time for rest, relaxation and interaction after school hours and even on weekends," - the speaker said.

It can be recalled that last September 2010, the Department of Education (DepEd) released a memorandum (DepEd Memorandum no. 392 series of 2010) prohibiting all schools throughout the country to give homework / assignment for all students for all levels.
4. Therefore, no homework/assignment shall be given during weekends for pupils to enjoy their childhood, and spend quality time with their parents without being burdened by the thought of doing lots of homework.
The said 2010 memorandum was addressed to weekends only and was only directed to public schools nationwide.

Going back to the proposed law, the recent proposed House Bill No. 3611 will also save the students from bringing their heavy textbooks to their home that adds up fatigue to their young bodies, especially during rainy season.

"Schoolchildren carry heavy bags as they feel compelled to bring home all their books and activity kits because of the daily homework given by their respective subject teachers. The giving of homework assignments to conclude a lesson is a hallmark of Philippine pedagogy which also needs to be seriously assessed," - the solon said in the explanatory note of her proposal.

"No textbooks shall be brought home to prevent the adverse effects of carrying bad to-and-from school," the bill further stated.

In order to do this, all basic education schools should ensure that each student will have a locker in which they will secure their textbooks.

The funding needed to implement the proposal will be included and incorporated in the annual budget of the Department of Education since this will need additional resources from all schools in the country.

Region 9 - August 2019 Civil Service Exam Results

This page will in-house the Region 9 - Civil Service Examination Results for the August 4, 2019 paper and pencil test for both professional and sub-professional levels as soon as the results were published by the CSC.
civil service exam result august 2019
The Civil Service Commission, CSC, announced - regarding the August 4, 2019 examination that there are exactly 276,819 examinees nationwide who took the CSE-PPT or the Civil Service Examination - Paper and Pencil Test. This number was distributed to 243,020 examinees in Professional level and 33,799 examinees for the Subprofessional level.

The CSC-PPT or popularly called the Civil Service Exam is open to all Filipino citizens 18 years old at the time of filing of application who wants to work in the local government sector or any government-run corporation. The CSC certificate of eligibility however was also seen and considered as an additional positive credential for the person's portfolio on the private business sectors.

It is administered by the Civil Service Commission (CSC), a government agency tasked with overseeing the integrity of government actions and processes which includes the hiring of the future civil servants of the country.

Based on our experience in publishing the result, the commission is releasing the result about 60 days from the date of the examination.


Passing Grade

To pass the test, according to the commission, the examinee should get a general rating of at least 80.00.


Please stand by and just keep on returning on this page for the updates of the exam for all testing centers nationwide.

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August 4, 2019 Civil Service Exam – Pen & Paper Test (CSE-PPT)
Professional Level – List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 9 (Zamboanga Peninsula)
ABALLE, IAN JESTON L
ABDELRAHMAN, SAMEE S
ABDULAJID, RAFIE A
ABDULMAJED, NABELLAH T
ABELLA, TROIDJAN PAUL A
ABENES, DARREN AL B
ABES, GLAZEL C
ABILA, AIAN JAMES A
ABO-ABO, ERNIE MARK E
ABOC, ALYSSA KYLE M
ABOGA-A, MELSON B
ABREA, KRIZZIA KATE J
ACADEMIA, CRISANTO E
ACAMA, NEEM VIVIEN G
ACAPULCO, PHIL STEPHEN T
ACAYLAR, FRETZ E
ACEBEDO, JOHN RHYLL O
ACERVO, JOEBERT M
ACHAY, JUNELL ANN L
ADRAINCEM, ERMILLE A
ADRAINCEM, KEVIN VINCENT C
AGUA, ROBERT JR. L
AGUILAR, KAY ERIKA ODHEZ DR
AGUILERA, ALYSSA ISABELLE A
AGUIRRE, ROMEL A
AGUSTIN, ALDOUS JOHN B
AGUSTIN, DANNA JYN D
AHALUL, AREEJ A
AHMAD, AFZAL QADRI B
ALABAN, JONIE O
ALABASTRO, CHERRIE-ANN C
ALANO, DARWISA J
ALBAIN, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF J
ALBANI, ABDUL MUJHIB A
ALBUTRA, JESERY MAE O
ALCAZAR, ARJEE S
ALCOSEBA, JAZZEN MAE V
ALEGARBES, JAYA C
ALEJANDRO, GERALD J
ALFARO, KELLIE ROBYN A
ALIAWAN, CHARLENE MAE T
ALICAWAY, CHICKO H
ALLONES, LUTCHIE Q
ALMEROL, PHOEBE EVERLYN C
ALOTA, SUZETTE V
ALVAREZ, CHARLOTTE JOYCE V
AMAR, FRENZIL MAY M
AMBA, RENATO JR. N
AMILHAMJA, FATIMA ALSHAIMA B
AMIN, STEFFANY LORENCE F
AMPARADO, BLESSEL G
AMPARADO, MELODY G
ANASTACIO, GRACIELLE MAE F
ANCIANO, ANNIE ROSE M
ANDAING, NADZMI A
ANDALES, MELDGYRIE MAE M
ANGELES, KIMBERLY B
ANGELES, MUCTAR K
ANGELES, RALPH SAMUEL G
ANINGALAN, FATIMA HAIZEL T
ANNIL, KASSANDRA G
ANTAO, MAILEN A
ANTIPUESTO, JEZREEL S
ANTIPUESTO, PROILAN P
APARRI, JEYZEL P
APDUA, JACKELYN P
APOLINARIO, CHERRY MAE V
APURADO, JOSEPH GRANT B
AQUIATAN, ELVIN T
ARANETA, MARY LOUISE G
ARANZADO, CHARLYN A
ARASAD, MAHPHUTH D
ARCEDE, JOBERT L
ARCHIDE, EFREN G
AREVALO, JOHN MATHEW L
AREVALO, STEPHANIE O
ARGOMIDO, MAYRIMAR P
ARIPIN, ALSON JR. M
ARROYO, MARJORIE B
ARSEÑA, WENDY C
ARSULA, SHIELYN GRACE A
ARTES, ZAADI KARL L
ASARANI, NURSIMA A
ASBI, CARIZA H
ASEDERA, REGINE P
ASULA, ARASHED A
AUSTERO, CRISMARIE BLENN L
AVELLANA, JACOB RAY A
AWA, JAPHET C
BABARAN, MARJORIE E
BABATID, DANETTE JANE P
BACALSO, LEOMAR S
BACARAT, ALORA A
BACHILLER, EMMANUEL JOHN P
BACLAAN, ANABELLA P
BADLISAN, SYLKEN M
BAGARES, IRENE JANE S
BAGARINAO, RISSHELL MAE G
BAGOTAO, MATET L
BAHONSUA, RHOZELL B
BAIRULLA, RAHMUMA L
BAKIL, BIENMANZOUR M
BALADAD, STEVEN PATRICK S
BALAGON, CARESSON Z
BALAIS, ALYSSA
BALASE, REINALYN Z
BALBUENA, ALGILYN R
BALILI, MICKEL Y
BALINDONG, RAIZA C
BALLADARES, JERALENE R
BANDOY, RESHIEL JADE D
BANGAYAN, HARVY T
BANLASAN, CHRISTIAN P
BANNISTER, CHARMINE GRACE L
BANTILAN, RYXYL T
BANZON, NEHEMIAH A
BAQUIRQUIR, APRIL MAE B
BARACOL, CHERLON Y
BARING, ANTONETTE M
BAROTE, GOLDWYN ANDREW S
BARROQUILLO, PINKY R
BASIBASI, KARL DINNES C
BATBATAN, RICHARD JR. D
BAYAN, ARAFAT G
BAYARAS, HAZEL ROSIE P
BAYBAYAN, MELANNE T
BAZAN, JAYMIE M
BELLO, ROANNE E
BENDAÑO, ARDIE C
BENDEBEL, REAGAN A
BENIGA, WILSON L
BENTAZAL, MARICHO M
BENZONAN, KURT JUSTINE
BERNANTE, PEACH AMBER G
BERNARDO, ALFREDO C
BERONDO, ANGELO KIM G
BESANA, JOEL JR. S
BIEN, PIA MAE M
BILLONES, JOHN DENZEL B
BIOLANGO, JOHN MARK B
BLANCO, JHOEMAR O
BLAS, ALBIN L
BODIONGAN, KRISTINE ROSE L
BOLANDO, JEANNE LOU R
BOLASO, BENITO Q
BOLIDO, CHRISTEL ANN C
BORREROS, DEMIE JANE B
BRENCES, NALYN K
BRIONES, JEAN CHRISTINE Y
BRUNO, ALI JIHAD L
BUCOY, SAMANTHA PATRIQUE S
BUD-OY, MARK JOSEPH S
BUDLONG, DEODAVID O
BURLAT, KIARAH S
BUSTAMANTE, EURLYN C
CABAHUG, RUTCHELEM S
CABALANG, LEONARD J
CABANATAN, KEN NIGEL O
CABILIN, LORYVIE B
CABRERA, APRIL LORRAINE M
CABRIARA, ELIESER F
CACDAO, LORENZE GERALD R
CADANO, JOANJETT Q
CADAVEDO, LEA JAMAICA O
CADIMAS, CRISTINA A
CAIGAN, ICRISH G
CAINTA, ROLLY Q
CAIS, DANICA SHEENE P
CALAPIZ, LEOVILLE II B
CALIB-OG, KRISTINE GRACE A
CALIGUID, AUGIE REMON B
CALIGUID, CRIZAH MAE G
CALOLOT, JOHN MICHAEL I
CALUNSAG, CLIVEN JUNE B
CAMBALON, QUELLY ANJELICA V
CANAPI, JHESRIE NICOLE L
CANDELASA, AILEEN B
CANDIA, CHRISTIAN CARL A
CANIEDO, ROBERT JR. O
CANOOG, CESAR JR. M
CANOY, NORIELLA MAE C
CAPACIO, LEADEAN JAY A
CARBONILLA, ISID ROY R
CARCUEVA, CLAUDINE B
CARCUEVA, MAYRIE CHIS A
CARGASON, JAROLD JAMES M
CARPIO, THALLIA F
CARUMBA, AVEL JUNDYLL T
CASCAJO, CHARMAINE GAY M
CASPE, CHONA B
CASTAÑO, JAMIE KAYLE A
CASTILLO, DEXIE DAWN P
CASTRO, MARY RONALAINE C
CATHAG, ANGEL FAITH R
CATINGUB, JOED C
CAYACAP, JESETTE LAIZA C
CAÑETE, MARYAN Q
CAÑETE, RANDY L
CELESTE, RINALYN A
CENECIRO, IRA FAYE C
CERNA, LANZ IRA A
CHIONG, JOE MARIE B
CLAMOHOY, JOSHUA C
COLMO, SIERRA MAE A
COLUMNAS, EJAY PAUL C
COMPRA, WILLA Y
CONCEPCION, CYRIL C
CONCEPCION, ROXELLE MARI J
CONSOLACION, SERGE KAREZZA R
CORDERO, LEVY ROSE L
CORPUZ, GABRIEL D
CORPUZ, MARIE ANGELIE J
CORTEZ, JOPHELYN B
COSCA, JOHN EDWARD C
COTILLAR, JOVELYN H
COYME, MIKKAH JOIE A
CRUMB, JANE ANGELEI T
CRUZ, CHRISTIAN EARL E
CUA, LAYNIE R
CUADRO, VANDER LOU M
CUENCA, QUENCY J
CUSTODIO, VINCE LOREANE I
DABODABO, CAMILLE S
DAGA-ANG, ARGEN ROSE S
DAGPIN, NIÑA MARICE R
DAGURAYAN, MAY JO ANN G
DALIDA, KRISTEL ANN G
DALIGDIG, MICHAEL JAMES A
DALINOG, REXEL MAY L
DALISAY, JEZREEL E
DAMAHAN, AL-HADEE D
DAMIAN, HAZEL T
DAMSANI, KURT A
DANDUAN, EMERSON S
DATARO, CHEMBERT P
DAYONDON, MARIA ELLA PEARL E
DE LA RAMA, KENNETH JORGE A
DE LEON, RODOLFO P
DE PEDRO, ASNAERA
DECENA, JERSAM A
DECIN, ANGELYN I
DEKIT, JOVIH IAN TIMOTHY B
DEL CASTILLO, SEAN VINCENT M
DELA CRUZ, BRYLE A
DELA CRUZ, JOERESA B
DELA CRUZ, JOHN DEAN D
DELA LUNA, KEVIN RAY F
DELA PEÑA, MARIA STEPHANIE LOU T
DELA TORRE, JENNY G
DELFIN, KIEFER REYNEL J
DELOS SANTOS, CHAD E
DELUMBAR, VINCENT RYAN L
DENURA, KHARLA JOY D
DERAMA, ROY E
DESAMPARADO, MIRAFLOR C
DIAZ, JOHN MARK A
DIMAS, ARIANE SACHIKO
DINOPOL, RALPH VINCENT P
DIONSAY, GERALDIN T
DIÑO, LEOMEL F
DOCUMENTO, TZEITEL ROSE O
DOLAR, PETER JOHN A
DOLOGUIN, SHANE IVORY L
DONOR, CHRISSEL NICOLE P
DUHIG, CHERRY MAE T
DURAN, ESTHER GRACE S
DURENS, JAY G
EBOL, ADRIAN V
EJADA, ANGEL JOY C
ELDIAN, JESSA NIAH A
ELEPE, ANABELLE Q
ELIA, JOSHUA JEAR R
ELUMBARING, FELIZARDO JR. B
EMBODO, MONA LIZA E
EMELIANO, FROILAN A
EMMANUEL, KENNETH B
EMPUESTO, FATIMA M
ENDEREZ, MA CELINA T
ENRIQUEZ, ANGELIQUE C
ENRIQUEZ, JANNEL R
ENRIQUEZ, PRINCEL JOY G
ENRIQUEZ, RAY JANNER Y
EROJO, KLIAR EDWARD A
ESCABARTE, GABRIEL D
ESCARES, KAREN JOY P
ESCORIAL, JOICY FAITH A
ESOLANA, MARY JANE L
ESTERA, DEBBIE B
ESTOR, HAZEL C
ESTRADA, ALEN TROY R
ESTRADA, DANICA ROSE A
EUGENIO, JOSE MA M
EUGENIO, RONY G
EVANGELIO, MARVIN P
EVANGELISTA, BRYAN A
EYA, SARAH B
FALCASANTOS, GERARDO E
FALCASANTOS, KYLA MARIE C
FALCASANTOS, LYKA MARIE C
FALCATAN, ERICA JEAN S
FALCONETE, APPOL C
FERMO, ERFAMAE DR
FERNANDEZ, CECILE M
FERNANDEZ, JENIFER W
FERNANDEZ, OLSON L
FERNANDO, ARMAN JUSTIN A
FLOR, FLORENCIO JR. M
FLORENTINO, MARY GRACE Y
FLORES, GRECIL JANE L
FLORES, MAUREEN KAYE V
FLORIDA, ALMA G
FLORIDA, MARK ZION A
FLORIDA, XYRONE JOSHUA A
FORGOSA, LOREXSAM A
FORTICH, KRISTINE T
FRANCISCO, ROXAN LOUELLA H
FUNDADOR, DAVE R
GA-AS, MARY CINDY A
GABASA, CHRISTINE M
GABATA, JULIA ARNIE MISCHELLE A
GABITANAN, RHEA MAE A
GABURNO, CAMILLE S
GABUTERO, JENELYN L
GALLEPOSO, ALFREDO JR. C
GAMBOL, MARIA IRENE STEFANI G
GAMOROT, QUEENIE LANE C
GAMPONG, GESELLE ELIZABETH C
GANUB, ROSEVIE R
GARCEL, MYRTLE C
GARCIA, MA ESTELLA H
GARCIA, MICHELLE R
GARCIA, RAGDEE N
GARCIA, SUZEYNE KIM L
GARDE, MERYSON W
GENSAYA, RAZVY A
GEROMO, MARYCOR M
GICOLE, REINNA VENNA O
GILDORE, LOVELLA P
GLACITA, YUNIKO JADE C
GOMEZ, MELVI KLIN P
GOMEZ, RUSHEL MAE G
GONZAGA, WINDIE MAE E
GONZALES, JHOANNA MARIE P
GOZALO, JEDARLIN M
GRANADA, KRISSIA MAY H
GREGORIO, EMYL JAY A
GREGORIO, JOANNA L
GUERRERO, LEIA CATHERINE B
GUIGUE, LORAINE FAITH D
GUITARTE, CHRISTY M
GUMAMAY, REYMAR JAN T
GURDIEL, HONEY ROSE A
GURREA, AUDRIE B
GUTIERA, CLYDIE ANTHONY R
HAMAN, RIDZNA R
HAMJA, MANSOUR M
HAMOY, LINSLY ANN M
HAPAS, AL-AMIN T
HAYO, ALDRIN P
HAYUDINI, SAMIER A
HESULA, KENITH C
HIYAN, MAE RACHEL B
HO, ALLYSSA DUANE CASSANDRA C
HORTELANO, MARIA ELMA M
HUSIN, YAIZA S
HUSSIN, AL-KHARIDZ S
IBAYA, CALVIN KLEIN C
IBAÑEZ, JERRIEL M
ICAO, JYPTSCL T
ILUL, RAJIV M
IMLAN, IMED-YASIR T
INDUS, LIEZEL S
INFANTE, CRISTY JOY B
INFANTE, FIONA KRISTELLE R
INGKOH, FATIMA AYSELAINE R
INTONG, REE JAY E
INVENTOR, TRISHA T
ISMAEL, SHER-ANNA J
ISOGON, PRIME SAMUEL P
JAJI, WINNOR H
JAJURIE, ABBASHIR A
JAKOSALEM, MONICA E
JAMAROLIN, JR A
JANIPIN, CHRISTIAN V
JARA, CHRYSTANE COLLINE F
JARADIL, AHMAD GASYR A
JARADIL, SITTI AISA A
JARANILLA, LOUISE FRANCES P
JAVATE, DAZYL IRIS P
JAVIER, ANGELIKA B
JEBONE, ALVIN FRANZ T
JIMENEZ, ELLA JANE B
JOCSON, IMRAN ELIA KHAN A
JOLO, LERA GRACE C
JUATON, BERNIE A
JUATON, KEENA E
JUHASAN, FADZRAMA I
JULASIRI, ANAMEL A
JULKANAIN, NUR-IDAYU F
JUMALA, SUELYN K
JUMALON, PRINCESS JHOY D
JUMARAN, RAZEL C
KAGATAN, ROWENA D
KAGATAN, ROXANNE MARIE D
KALBI, NUR-JAYA G
KARIM, MARIA JERICA V
KHIO, ALECSI GUILE ANDREI B
KIRAM, NILAKASUMA M
KUAN, KATHRYN ROSE P
KUE, AXEL FAHAD T
KUNTING, ABDULRAHMAN M
LACASTE, SHEILA B
LACASTESANTOS, LILYDEN
LACBAO, LEA DIANE P
LACTUAN, KIMBERLY N
LAGARE, CHRISTINE S
LAGAS, DANICA LORRAINE V
LAGOC, GENIE VAH C
LAGROMA, HAZEL Z
LALANGAN, MARVIN M
LALI, CATRENE M
LANUZA, GERALDINE P
LAPINIG, MARY JOY S
LAPUT, PRINCESS L
LARA, KASSELL MANILOU J
LARAGA, HYACINTH CLAIRE G
LARUPAY, COLEEN JIL B
LASCO, NYL C
LAYOGUE, RECA S
LAZARO, BENNY LOYD S
LEE, MARK ANTHONY P
LEGASPI, MARY KRIS B
LEMANA, NESTOR IAN S
LIBRANDO, LLOYD GIMEEL D
LICERA, LADY DAWN L
LIM, CHRISTIAN PAUL S
LIM, HANNAH CHRISTINE B
LIM, RUSSEL THOMAS T
LIMBAGA, MARK CLINTON L
LIMJOCO, JAYVEE BRYLLE T
LING, JUSTIN BRION B
LINTAG, CHRISTIANA DA
LLOREN, ANGELYN E
LONZON, MAE A
LOZADA, CLARENCE CLARE W
LOZADA, MARK JUSTINE A
LUCHAVEZ, JENECYL T
LUGO, ERICA JEAN A
LUMACAD, KENNEZL B
LUMANTAS, MARY DELIGHT H
LUMINGO, JOHNS’N ROSE A
LUMPINAS, JERMELINE E
LUNA, ALGER ANTHONE D
LUNTAYAO, IRISH JILL N
MACALINTAL, JIRAH R
MACANSANTOS, DEAN VINE L
MACASO, CHRISTHIAN DALE C
MACAY, GLENN GEORGE A
MACIAS, JODICK JOHN B
MACKLING, MUHAMMADNUR S
MADERAZO, DWAYNE TRISTAN A
MAGHINAY, DENMARK P
MAGNONOT, MARK ALFER B
MAGUINSAY, QUEENIE B
MALAGAR, MERA JANE M
MALAPANGUE, LEIZEL E
MALAZARTE, KATHY Q
MALDISA, SITTI SHANA J
MALINAO, IVAN JUSTINE E
MANATAD, ZULAYHA S
MANAYON, CHONA M
MANCAO, PINKY O
MANDA, FAIZA N
MANGKING, DAISA A
MANGRUBAN, MARIA GUILLENE S
MANGUBAT, ANNA PREES A
MANGUBAT, ESTHER C
MANUNDAN, CRISTINE P
MAQUILAN, MITZIE L
MAQUILING, PRENZ DIANNE I
MARA-AT, RINA GRACE B
MARABULAS, JOARA CANDY A
MARABULAS, KATHERINE R
MARACAG, NHERHAMA S
MARANIE, YUSOPH T
MARCIAL, CRIS ANN JAY
MARCOS, FELIZ EMMANUELLE G
MARIANO, KEPLANIE F
MARIANO, MONICA A
MARIWA, JOSE RAFHAEL C
MARTINEZ, WILFRED E
MARZAN, MAE MAUREEN SHEEN F
MARZON, SARAH KAYE M
MASIADO, JONELENE ROSE A
MAWALI, SHERWINA B
MAYORMITA, SHARISSE B
MEDALLE, HYZZER S
MEGALLON, ANGEL M
MELENDREZ, MARK C
MELITANTE, CHRISTIAN JAMES J
MENDOZA, ALVIN C
MENDOZA, JUDY ANN R
MENDREZA, JUVIE M
MENOR, NEMFA L
MERCADER, MARITESS R
MILAHAM, BEN-RAZIR JR. M
MINALANG, NURSAJID M
MINGOC, NEIL ALAIN L
MIRANDA, JEFFREY U
MIRANDA, RYAN ATOM A
MOHAMMAD, AIZA A
MOLDE, SETH GRACE Y
MONDING, WEBSTER DICK J
MONREAL, MICHAEL ROIE S
MONTALLANA, MICHAEL M
MONTALLANA, VALERIE BAHANDI V
MONTEGREJO, MARIA THERESA A
MONTERO, LOUEGY E
MONTEROSO, INNA CASSANDRA R
MONTES, PABLITO E
MORANDARTE, REINA MARIE J
MORGIA, CHRISTIAN JADE V
MORGIA, MARNEY B
MORIA, MAY RIEDEL M
MUAMMIL HALIL, ZIERELLE-AINEE C
MUCADDAMAN, MURSIM H
MUHARRANI, FATIMA ZARAH A
MUHARRANI, MARIA ANTONETTE Y
MUNDOY, PAUL D
MUSA, ABDEL AZIZ L
MUSA, AHMAD RASHIDEE J
MUSAHARI, MOHAMMAD S
MUSLIMIN, ABDULSALAM D
MUSTAFA, IRENE-SHARA A
NAGDAR, SHERMAHAL A
NARVAEZ, JOHN FRANCIS S
NASI, KASHRINA D
NATAA, FLORAMY D
NATIVIDAD, PAULO O
NAVALTA, RACEL T
NAVARRO, KHYD ROSE C
NAVARRO, SANGYLE M
NAÑUAL, EVA MAE L
NERY, MARIELCO H
NONO, AMEE-LOU B
NURHASAN, ADZHAR S
NUÑO, SHEIKHA G
OBNIMAGA, GELLY PAZ G
OBORDO, JEAN ROSE N
OBORDO, JONALYN P
OCAMPO, CHYLE JULES M
OCTUBRE, AIZA L
OGUIS, ROGIN S
OLINO, LEA S
OLIVEROS, JOAN B
OLIVEROS, LORRANE M
OLIVO, ALEXANDER L
OMAMALIN, VINCENT P
OMBOY, CARYL JOYCE L
ONG, REAH ANNE G
ORABE, MA DAYZZLE T
ORCULLO, ULYSSA POLLY B
ORETO, MAY IAN C
ORIGENES, KHRYSS MARIZ O
ORQUIJO, JENELYN S
OTAP, VANESSA JOYCE M
OTOD, CHERRY MAE C
PAALISBO, JEERAH G
PACARRO, KEEN BRYAN L
PACATANG, JULAN C
PACATANG, RHEA ANNA B
PACULANANG, BEVERLY H
PACULANANG, REXY H
PADAO, ANNA MAE A
PADAO, PHILIP BRYAN G
PADERANGA, GEM MARIE L
PADILLA, JROM
PAGALING, DALICAH DR
PAGE, MARICEL S
PAGLINAWAN, GEOREY E
PAGSUGUIRON, MAE E
PAHUAY, GEOGHEANNE GEBIL C
PALABRICA, ANTONIO II C
PALACAY, PATTI MAE L
PALOMARES, AVVA AÑEJ D
PAMINTUAN, DANA MICHELLE P
PANDI, MIRIAM E
PANGAN, JOLINA D
PAQUIAO, CHERRY LYN D
PARAGUYA, JOHN ADRIEL C
PAREJA, NOELAH JANE U
PARTOSA, JAY-ANN O
PASCUA, LAARNIE IVY E
PASIL, MOHAMED ZAYD P
PASOK, LUDICEL JR. Q
PASTORFIDE, KENNETH MARK R
PATAGOC, JANE LEINDEE B
PATARLAS, QUEENIE ROSE CLAIRE B
PAYURAN, THOMAS ROGER B
PEDREGOSA, TRICIA JANE S
PENALES, DIVINA KRISTINE R
PERALTA, REGINE MARIE F
PEREZ, ANTONIO III B
PEREÑA, REA JOY ST
PEROLINO, ERWIN S
PEÑALOZA, MAE CHARITY ANNE B
PEÑALOZA, REY DAWN T
PIALA, DIANA IRISH L
PINAR, FREDROSE MARK L
PINTASAN, ALDASHER A
PINUELA, HEIDEN C
PIOQUINTO, ASTRID CAROL V
PISAN, MARLON C
PLANTERAS, ROELAND A
POLINAR, MARIANNE S
POLIQUIT, JOSHUA ANDREI O
POLOG, ALIHASSAN U
PONCE, RYAN G
PORRAS, IVIE GAY M
PORRAS, RAVEN KYLE
PRAICO, RONNICK A
PRANZA, MA ERIKKA LOUISE P
PULA, RASHIN T
PULMANO, BLESS P
QUE, CHARL NYLAMAE L
QUIBAN, KEN JOSEF L
QUILO, DANAH DEE D
QUINTAS, SALVADOR JR. J
QUIZO, ZIFRA A
QUIÑO, MARK ANTHONY G
QUIÑONES, DEMZTER C
RABAGO, BERNIE R
RADJILUL, AL MOUIER HAMAD B
RAFOLS, JOSEPHINE T
RAMONES, ROEVEN JAMES H
RAMOS, CARLO ROBERTO J
RAMOS, RHUWAINE MAYES M
RASONABLE, KYLE VINCE O
RAZ, GRAZEL O
RAZ, SAMANTHA W
REALES, EVA CAMILLE O
REALIZA, MARIA RAISA M
REDOBLE, STEPHANIE R
REDONDO, QUEENIE JEAN A
REFUGIO, NEIL JOHN N
REGALADO, NICK MARIE P
REGENCIA, RIO M
RELUYA, LADY MAE C
REQUILME, JENNIFER P
REQUINA, JOHN MC LLOYD D
REQUISO, RIZILE C
REVANTAD, IRNEIL BONN P
REVELO, PRINCESS E
REVILLA, LEANNE JOY T
REVILLAS, CHLOIE MARIZ A
REYES, IDNAR A
REYES, JUNE CARLO F
ROA, CHEENEY B
ROA, LEONARD JAMES T
RODA, KEN JASON J
RODA, MARK ROED E
ROJAS, WILLEN P
ROJO, CHRISTIAN M
ROLDAN, HAIRUN-MINA G
ROMAGUERA, ANTHONY M
RUANO, RHIANNA MAE B
RUBI, MARIFEL P
RUIZ, DANIELLE MARIE B
RUSIANA, RICALIZA F
RUSSEL, REYMART M
RUSTE, ALYSSA YVONNE P
RUSTE, MARIA CAMILLA T
SAAVEDRA, DANIELLE RHEA C
SAAVEDRA, RJ-CARL R
SABADO, JHON KAISHER M
SABANDAL, LATIP A
SABATE, JOANN H
SABIJON, ALEXIS D
SABRAN, LEIZEL T
SACMAR, ROY CZAR SILVYN P
SAGARIO, ANGEL HOPE C
SAGARIO, CHERRYL D
SAGARIO, WINSTON C
SAGRADO, RITCHIE G
SAKANDAL, SHER-YNA S
SALAHUDDIN, FAHMEER H
SALASAYO, IAN VINCENT B
SALAVAREZ, RENZEL B
SALDAVIA, JOEMAR B
SALENGA, JORICH VINCENT A
SALI, ADAM S
SALIG, RONIELYN C
SALVA, NOLI P
SAMIR, NURANA S
SAMSON, AIFE MAE C
SANCHEZ, AGUSTIN JR. B
SANCHEZ, ANGEL MAE
SANICO, LOVELYN T
SANSON, KIMBERLY A
SANTIAGO, ERVICK ANTHONY E
SANTOS, BENJIE C
SANTOS, KIM T
SANTOS, MARY LOISE C
SAPAL, ZAID MOHAMMAD HAFIZ A
SAPPAYANI, PRINCESS MARIE E
SARIO, DANIA A
SARIO, FATIMA SHAMS L
SAROMINES, JOMARIE M
SATORRE, NIKKA J
SAWADI, ALHASAN A
SAYTAS, DALLET JANE C
SECHICO, KIEMER TERRENCE R
SEE, TIFFANY JADE C
SELDA, KIMBERLY GAIL A
SEMERGIDO, EMIL JUSTIN B
SERACARPIO, IAN FRINZ S
SIMPAL, SHAHADDIN T
SINON, APPLE GRACE S
SIPE, JERICO EARL H
SISMOAN, ELI ASHIR O
SISON, GERALDINE D
SOLIS, DEZZA LEE S
SOON, MARIE NENETTE M
SOTTO, ANGELLA KIESHA L
SUASULA, MARY ROSE R
SUMALPONG, GIL M
SUMIGUIN, LEAH MAE B
SY, NEIL CAIRO C
TABACOLDE, EDMARIE P
TABILIRAN, JOANNE MAE J
TABLATE, KYLE MARGIE A
TADIFA, MARY NIMRHODE B
TAGAPAN, PHILIP RABIN C
TAGLE, CHARISSE ANN C
TAHIL, MAT SALLEH U
TAJUL, RIDZMAHAL H
TALAP, ALHIANEL M
TALLODAR, JUNJIE S
TAMBULA, JEMIL LEE GAY C
TAN SANCHEZ, ARLEEN C
TAN, JOSE GABRIEL S
TANIO, JOSE REY J
TANOG, JOHARY M
TAPALES, DEVIN B
TARADJI, AL-MUDZRIN J
TAUP, MISCHA JADE SHELATINE V
TENIDO, BERNADETTE L
TESORO, KRISTAL JHEAN G
TIGMO, DIONNE GLACEL B
TIMBASAL, JESSA ADAWIYA W
TIMBASAL, SHANIA N
TIMOL, ALLICETINE JEANNE A
TOLEDO, MISRAEL L
TOLO, MARIO ELMER JR. V
TOMACLAS, LUDIGEN C
TORRES, ELMER DAVE O
TORRION, VOLTAIRE B
TUBAN, VINCENT JOSEPH
TUBERA, SYRONE PHERVEN M
TUBLE, SHERWIN A
TUPAS, MAE C
TUSIT, ELIEZA S
UGSOD, ARIANNE GERRIE S
UNDALI, MANUEL W
UNGGANG, AL-KHALID O
URSAIZ, PRINCES GAY M
USMAN, JAERAMARGA U
USMAN, LACSON JR. F
VALDEZ, CARL RYAN E
VALENCIA, LESHIERY V
VALLECER, CHELZ BRITNEY C
VALLECER, VON LESTER B
VALLIDO, CHRISTIAN RACHEL DS
VALMONTE, THEA MARIE DOMINIQUE C
VELASCO, THALIA ADELA ANN S
VERAJUELA, LOREN S
VICENTE, GERALD GLEN S
VILLA, JOHN PETER Y
VILLA, MARIA LARISSA LYNE A
VILLANO, RICHARD CHRISTIAN A
VILLANUEVA, CATHERYN R
VILLANUEVA, MC CHARBY C
VILLAREAL, ANDRE BONNE FELIPE L
VILLARIAZA, KEANNU A
VILLARIMO, NANCY S
VILLAVICENCIO, JESSA MAE L
VINGNO, JIMMY OLIVER P
VIPINOSA, JUNE G
VISITACION, NICA FRANZ C
WAHAB, AZANAN T
WALLACE, NURMINA M
WEE, ANGELIE NIKA A
YANGAO, JESSA G
YAP, EDNALYN T
YAP, JOHN IVERSON C
YBANEZ, IAN KENNETH T
YCOT, MARYJOY P
YUSOP, MATTSALLEH S
ZABALA, MARIA VERONICA O
ZAPANTA, JOSELITO REX C
ZOSOBRADO, LINDY LOU M


August 4, 2019 Civil Service Exam – Pen & Paper Test (CSE-PPT)
Subprofessional Level – List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 9 (Zamboanga Peninsula)
ALIHUDDIN, AL-QASEM A
ALSREE, MERKA S
ANGHAG, ALLANE C
ANITO, AUBREY D
ARING, ADRIAN KENNETH C
ATILANO, PAMELA MARIE S
BACKY, ARWA P
BANTOTO, WILSON C
BASTASA, HONEYLETTE H
BAUTISTA, JABES D
BESANDRE, CHERELL J
BONTIA, LIUS RYAN C
BUEN, MATT RENZ P
CABANLIT, TRISTA DANEA S
CAMPOS, KEITH ADRIAN N
CARCALLAS, JANICE C
CASTOLO, MA ZEARA C
COLOT, ANA MAY P
COLUMBRES, CINDY D
CUERDA, ZYREL L
DEITA, JAPHETH A
DEL ROSARIO, NIÑA JANE R
DONDOYANO, RYAN A
EMLAN, JASSER K
ENERO, FAITH MARIE L
ERSID, NURFAIDA S
ESTORPE, MARIEBETH I
FLORES, JAN MARC V
GENEROSO, HAZEL L
GOMEZ, KOLLY JHON M
HANDANG, HAZEL-AN G
IBBAH, ABIKHALIL M
IRIBANI, AMEERA I
ISHMAEL, AL MAHMUD A
JINING, NURJIMA D
LAGRIMAS, JODEVINE H
LOZANO, PAUL MICHAEL R
MACROHON, RAMMILA MAE C
MADOH, ADZRINA B
MOHAMMAD SALI, JANNIECOLE B
MORALES, ARNEL S
NADELA, ANDREY JR F
NAPIGKIT, JANICE B
NATIVIDAD, PRINCESS LEALEI S
PALOMARES, MHILES RYAN T
PANIYONG, NASRIFAH O
PARAS, MARK KIER C
PELAEZ, JUZELL-GRACE P
PEPANIA, ROSE ANN S
QUIBANG, CLARISSE MAE B
REGAÑON, WELGAE A
ROJAS, ALBERT EXEQUIEL V
SABANDO, MARY JO S
SALADAGA, JOHN GABRIEL B
SALVADOR, CHRISTIAN JOHN S
SALVADOR, MARIA ANGELICA E
SOLIVAR, CATHY
SONGCUYA, SHARMI ANNE A
SUMALPONG, ARNOLD D
SUREM, BILFE B
SY GACO, MARICAR A
TACANDONG, TERESA JANE M
TAHIL, SHANAIA-SHEDRI K
WAMINAL, RUBY GRACE S

Below are the test coverage of the exam.

Professional Level

In English and Filipino:

Numerical Ability
1.) basic operations
2.) word problems

Analytical Ability
1.) word association
2.) identifying assumptions and conclusions
3.) logic
4.) data interpretation

Verbal Ability
1.) grammar and correct usage
2.) vocabulary
3.) paragraph organization
4.) reading comprehension

SubProfessional Level

In English and Filipino:

Numerical Ability
1.) basic operations
2.) word problems

Clerical Ability
1.) filing
2.) spelling

Verbal Ability
1.) grammar and correct usage
2.) vocabulary
3.) paragraph organization
4.) reading comprehension

Should you be able to make it, below is the CSC's Citizen Charter for claiming of your Certificate of Eligibility.
Step Applicant/Client Service Provider Duration of Activity
(Under Normal
Circumstances)
Person in
Charge
Fees Form
1 Fill-out Eligibility/Exam
Records Request Form
(ERRF) and Declaration
Form (DF).
Receive/Review
accomplished ERRF
and DF; issue Order of
Payment advised client
to pay to the Cashier
2 minutes
2 Pay to the Cashier and
claim Official Receipt
Process payment and
issue Official Receipt.
1 minute Cashier P100.00
per copy
Officials
Receipt
3 Present OR and wait
for the request to be
processed.

















Verify/validate data and
information based on
the records.


If records is accurate,
encode examination and
personal details and
print certification.

Review data/findings
and affix initials on the
file copy of certification.

Affix signature on the
certification

Photocopy the
certification and
Identification Cards.
15 minutes




5 minutes




3 minutes






2 minutes


1st and 2nd
Verifiers
1st and 2nd
Validators

Encoders




Supervisor/
Senior
Personnel

Director


Encoder/
Reviewer

4 Affix signature on
the release portion of the
ERRF or file copy
Release the Certification
of Eligibility to client
2 minutes ERS-IRMO
Releasing
Officer
Certification of
Eligibility
END OF TRANSACTION
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Region 8 - August 2019 Civil Service Exam Results

This page will in-house the Region 8 - Civil Service Examination Results for the August 4, 2019 paper and pencil test for both professional and sub-professional levels as soon as the results were published by the CSC.
civil service exam result august 2019
The Civil Service Commission, CSC, announced - regarding the August 4, 2019 examination that there are exactly 276,819 examinees nationwide who took the CSE-PPT or the Civil Service Examination - Paper and Pencil Test. This number was distributed to 243,020 examinees in Professional level and 33,799 examinees for the Subprofessional level.

The CSC-PPT or popularly called the Civil Service Exam is open to all Filipino citizens 18 years old at the time of filing of application who wants to work in the local government sector or any government-run corporation. The CSC certificate of eligibility however was also seen and considered as an additional positive credential for the person's portfolio on the private business sectors.

It is administered by the Civil Service Commission (CSC), a government agency tasked with overseeing the integrity of government actions and processes which includes the hiring of the future civil servants of the country.

Based on our experience in publishing the result, the commission is releasing the result about 60 days from the date of the examination.


Passing Grade

To pass the test, according to the commission, the examinee should get a general rating of at least 80.00.


Please stand by and just keep on returning on this page for the updates of the exam for all testing centers nationwide.

CSC Regional Testing Centers - Results for both Professionals and SubProfessionals levels.

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August 4, 2019 Civil Service Exam – Pen & Paper Test (CSE-PPT)
Professional Level – List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 8 (Eastern Visayas)
ABASOLO, AIREEN C
ABAYAN, ROGELIO P
ABAYAN, ROSALYN G
ABEDEJOS, MARY ANNE C
ABENOJA, MARK ANTHONY B
ABGAO, NANCY O
ABLAY, RICA G
ABREMATEA, CHIARA M
ABRIA, LARRY L
ABRIL, JERICO IAN Y
ABRILLO, JONAH MAE B
ABUNALES, LUIGI MARTIN R
ADA, SHARMAINE F
ADRALES, JILL LEA L
ADVINCULA, VENZ ANDREI P
AGBON, MARIAM G
AGOTE, JONATHAN S
AGUJA, JOVY-ANN P
ALAAN, MARLON S
ALABANZA, ELIZA ROSE M
ALBAÑO, LORRAINE KIMBERLY L
ALBIA, NIÑO JOHN P
ALCOBER, JULIET S
ALEGRE, JERIC MICHAEL C
ALFONSO, MAUREEEN KAYE L
ALIMAN, GISELA MEA A
ALINDAO, VIRGIL O
ALMERO, KLYDE Y
ALO, LADY ANN P
ALVAREZ, LEIRA ROSE S
AMANTE, KERRY AL XYNAH C
AMANTILLO, RICHARD J
AMARILLE, RIZALDO JR. A
AMPARO, DENNIS O
ANAS, ABIGAIL N
ANGELO, LIZA MAE P
ANI, APRIL VICROSE N
ANIBAN, FELIFLOR ANN M
ANTIDO, SHEENA MAE B
ANTONI, LANI G
APIGO, NATSUKI V
AQUINO, RHEA A
ARAYAN, DIO REGINE T
ARAÑEZ, VANESSA D
ARINGOY, DINA B
ARRIVADO, TRYLLE OLIVE R
ASIS, SHIELLA MAE L
ASISTER, RONAMAE JOY D
ASTILLA, CHARLESTON A
AURELIA, JAKE G
AVESTRUZ, MARTIN E
AYO, VENESS S
AZORES, CHER P
BACSAL, DALIE ANN Q
BACSAL, GIA GRACIA C
BALDEVIA, ALLYSSA JANINE T
BALDONO, JETHRO SAMUEL T
BALES, MA ERIKA D
BALIGUAT, VEK C
BALINGKIT, IRVIN C
BALIÑA, CATHERINE B
BALLESPIN, BIANCA CAMILLE L
BANDAL, LYNMER T
BANDAL, MARY ROSE O
BANDIBAS, SARAH JEAN L
BANTANG, OLEVILLE LYAN E
BANTUG, MARIA LUCIA T
BARBOSA, KIRZTIN R
BARCA, AFELYN
BARCELO, CIENA RAE G
BARDAJE, JOSEPH SALVADOR P
BARSOLASO, GLENN C
BASALO, DANILO JR. A
BASARIO, JOY O
BATISTIL, LUDELYN D
BAYOT, MA APRIL P
BELARMINO, ANALYN A
BELEGORIO, IMEE CHRISTINE ANN P
BENAIRES, KENNEY D
BERDAN, RYTH JAY V
BERIOSO, FRENMAR M
BERONGOY, KENAN DOMINIC C
BIANES, CHRISTINE FAYE D
BIAY, NILMA V
BICAR, DARYL GRACE V
BLANCO, DANIELLE MAE PATRICE F
BOBILES, MARY LYN L
BORDIOS, WINGER L
BORLAZA, ERIC R
BRAGAS, MARLOU F
BRILLO, APRIL DAISY A
BRU, JEJOMAR S
BRUNO, CRISAMJELYN T
BUCATCAT, MA ELIZABETH T
BUENASAGA, NOEL M
BUENO, KRISTOVAL
CABACABA, LEAH A
CABACABA, SARINA AMOR P
CABAG, MARK VINCENT Y
CABANGUISAN, NIÑO T
CABARRUBIAS, IRELAINE ANN L
CABERTE, HARVY N
CABIA-AN, JUVY O
CABIDES, MARIE JANE A
CABONCE, JOBELLE B
CABRAL, SARAH JANE L
CABRITO, HAROLD GAMALIEL A
CABUGWASON, JIM CLYDE B
CADAVIS, VAN ERICKA N
CADIENTE, HARLYN O
CADIZ, KRISMABELLE E
CADUHAY, MARTIN OLIVER R
CAGOMOC, ALEJANDRO Y
CAJARA, CATHERINE S
CALAPRE, DAIANA M
CALATRAVA, STEPHEN CARL M
CALBAN, AIZA D
CALCETA, DESIREE O
CALDO, CELINE ZYRRAH A
CALESA, LYKA T
CALLEDO, NEIL GABRIEL F
CALLOSA, FE D
CALUAG, NICOLE MAE C
CALVADORES, PRINCESS HANNAH ALYZZA
CALVARA, JOHN RAFAEL J
CAMARA, ELLA MAE V
CANILLO, PETER IAN A
CANTERO, JOMAR ARVIN T
CAPATOY, RANJET B
CAPILOS, KAECEE GHLYDELLE MAE F
CARDENAS, ERVIN J
CARDEÑO, GLENDA P
CAROSCOS, JOSEPH B
CARPON, JUN AMIEL R
CARREON, ANN SOCORRO B
CARREON, MARK ROWELL S
CASAS, JACQUILINE A
CASILI, NIÑA DANICA T
CASTIL, DIOSY MARIELLE C
CASTILLO, ARIANE P
CASTILLO, MAEVELYN J
CASULLA, TRICIA NICOLE S
CATUDIO, DAISY O
CATUGAL, JAQUELYN B
CAVITE, JEFFREY B
CAYETANO, MARICEL M
CELEBRE, ZHARINA D
CEPEDA, RIZALYNE B
CERDEÑA, LEALYN M
CERVANTES, CHERRY A
CHAN, JIMARIE C
CINCO, BERNICE S
CINCO, CINDY MAE S
CLERIGO, JADE C
CODILLA, JOEMAR C
COLETE, JORDAN E
COLLERA, MARIEL P
COLO, ARIES P
COMEO, MYLYN B
COMIA, RHOMMILL A
CONCEPCION, MA ALYSSA G
CORAPAO, CATHERINE N
CORCILLES, SARAH MAY P
CORDAÑO, RENZY C
CORILLO, AGATHA FAYE D
CORPIN, LIEZL D
CORPUZ, CINDY F
COSTILLAS, JC L
CREER, LEAH JOAN Q
CROBELLA, JHERLAN K
CRUZA, MA CHRISTINA A
CUBIAN, JUVIE R
CUESTA, SHANITA GEM S
CUI, NYRA C
CUYAG, JUNITH G
DAA, JESSA MAE M
DABAN, FLOR DIVINE M
DABASOL, CHIZZA PEARL V
DABOCOL, EMMANUEL JR. P
DACILLO, RUTCHIELYN J
DADO, ALWYN GEOFF R
DADULLA, JERALYN M
DAGA, MINETTE ALENA C
DAGAMI, JANNIEH RUTH T
DAGANIO, GIDEON L
DAGO, MICHAELA T
DAIZ, CHRISTINE B
DANCEL, MARY JOYCE D
DANDAN, MAYCEIL B
DAPUG, JOSEFINA CARLA T
DARANG, SHARMAINE JOY B
DAVANTES, SIMONETTE BELLE B
DE GUZMAN, RYAN PAUL C
DE LA CRUZ, ROWENA L
DE LA PEÑA, BENESSA M
DE LOS SANTOS, ARLENE C
DE LOS SANTOS, MARY ANNE GELINE B
DE LOYOLA, CARLOS LOUIS N
DE OCAMPO, REYNALDO RAJAH MELNCSHAVF
DECENTECEO, CLOVIS
DEDAL, ADONIS L
DELA TORRE, GRACE G
DELLORO, CARL ARJAN S
DELLORO, MARY GRACE L
DIMAKILING, ALFRED R
DIMATANGAL, LEONARDO JR. E
DIMATAWARAN, MARK LESTER G
DIONSON, JANELLEN C
DOLOR, MARY ANN M
DONAYRE, CHRISTINE MARIE J
DORADO, JOHN CYRIL D
DULA, JASPER M
DULFO, SAMANTHA ROSE B
DUMAGUING, JENNIFER MARIE P
DUMALAY, JANE ROSE E
DUNGZAL, MAE CHRISTINE C
DUZON, MA DESIREE T
DUZON, MAYDEE T
EBUENGA, VINA JOY C
EGIDO, HANNA RICA S
EGIDO, JOCELYN B
ELARDO, VALERIE ANGELIE T
ELONA, JUDELYN C
ENAGE, JENNELYN S
ENDING, FEBELYN C
ENOJO, KIM MACY M
ENRIQUE, DIANE A
ESCUADRA, JAMES B
ESPADA, THERESA P
ESPALDON, ROWENA L
ESPEDILLA, SHEENA MAE S
ESPEJO, NISSI PRAISE S
ESPINA, REA LYN C
ESPOCIA, KEVIN K
ESQUIBEL, MARY ABEGAIL R
ESTANILLA, KRYSTAL M
ESTIOCO, MARIA DESA C
ESTOR, FRANCES MAE U
FABELLA, RUTH P
FAJARDO, NELIA G
FAUSTINO, MARIE PEARL C
FERNANDEZ, JOSS ALEXIS B
FIECAS, KIM CARLO A
FIGUEROA, NICA ISOBELLE A
FRAGA, ROSELYN O
FULGAR, CLARICE C
FULGUERAS, PYRO CHRISTIAN MILES B
FULMINAR, LEONARD D
FUSIO, CHRISTINE MAE L
GABISAN, CHRISTIAN RYU
GABRAL, SHEENA FATIMA P
GABRONINO, RHETT ANTHONY T
GABUCAN, ADROWELL B
GACHO, GERLIE A
GACHO, JOHN MARK A
GADAINGAN, JAY VINCENT T
GADICHO, ROMAR M
GAGANAO, ETHEL O
GAJOL, JULY S
GALENZOGA, LESETTE B
GALLANO, JENIELYN D
GALLANO, SOPHIA SANDRA C
GALVEZ, MELANIE P
GALVEZ, RAYNARIO JR. C
GANOSA, CECILIO JR. S
GARA, EARL NORWIN LLOYD B
GARCES, MARK LOUIS L
GARCIA, CHARINA EDEN J
GARCIA, KIRSTINE MAE A
GARDE, LEANDRO DAX T
GATCHALIAN, MELDRICK T
GATELA, STEPHANIE E
GATIL, AGNES B
GAVILO, RALPH MARIUS S
GAVINE, MARY GRACE D
GAYO, ROBERTO JR. V
GELI, OSCAR RHUM IV D
GELIG, PAOLO JAN B
GESULTURA, JOSHUA G
GIGANTO, GIL A
GLORIA, DOREEN F
GLOVA, NEIL JR. M
GO, ZAINAH BELLE A
GOLES, LYRA C
GOMPAD, SAMSON JR. U
GONZALES, FRANCIS RICO N
GONZALO, LYKA JO L
GRUTA, MARY ANNE I
GUIAL, KLIM LESTER L
GUIRA, KESLEY ANNE A
GUISIHAN, MICHELOU E
GULA, MERA G
GUTANA, PERLY B
GUY-JOCO, STEPHANIE O
HERMOSURA, KYRILL JANE J
HERNAEZ, ZENITH L
HERNANDEZ, MA ELIZABETH C
HIZON, JIREH L
HOBAYAN, LEONIE G
HOMERES, JANN ARNULF P
HUANG, SHAO LING M
ICHON, JONALYN S
ILUMBA, RHEA P
INTALES, JEAN B
ISRAEL, JERELIE T
ITABLE, EARLY FE
JABINES, KEZIA ADELYN P
JACOBE, JIMMY E
JAMILE, JINKY M
JIMENO, JHOANNE MICHELLE C
JOMADIAO, MARY LYN P
JONALE, AIREEN S
JUNTILLA, JEFFREY S
KINTANA, NEIL PHILIP T
KISKISAN, KINDRA JOY A
LABAGALA, MA JESSA V
LABIDES, WILSIE M
LABRA, MARICIRS A
LACDO-O, ADELINA L
LAGONOY, LORIE LYN C
LAGUMBAY, RENO NELSON C
LAMOSTE, FRANCIS URFEL II P
LAO, JOSE KATHERINE III L
LAO, RUDLI D
LAOTINGCO, AILEEN M
LARAN, ANALO S
LARAN, ARIEL A
LARIOSA, CARRIE MAY F
LASDOSI, DAISYLYN P
LEGALIG, RIGIL KENT O
LELIS, LINCELL MAE J
LENOGON, ERIKA JANE R
LESIGUEZ, RACHEL LYNN S
LETADA, LAIZA O
LIBASNON, JESSA G
LIM, TACHI ROSLENN O
LLANOS, DARLYN C
LLAVORE, ERTHELINA V
LLENA, MERVIN TED T
LLEVADO, HANNSCEL CARIMFE A
LLEVARES, RONETTE ERZSI
LOCOP, JUN JOSHUA O
LONTAGA, MARY ROSE C
LOON, MERCE N
LOPOS, MARY JOY G
LORENZO, BLYKE JUSTINE N
LOREÑO, KAREN VENUS C
LOZANO, GLECEL O
LOZARES, IRENE C
LUBANG, JOEL MARTIN T
LUBANG, MILCAH JEIN ROSE T
LUZON, JELLY MARIE L
MABAJEN, NELVIN R
MABANAG, JOHN PHILIP U
MABANSAG, EUNICE N
MABANSAG, RENNIE JONJON G
MABINI, NOEL A
MACABARE, MARY ROSE B
MACABASAG, NICIAVEL B
MACALALAD, REGINE V
MACALALAG, BENCEL REY N
MACAPANAS, PAUL ANTHONY T
MACASA, JAN KEVIN C
MACASA, PAUL MARVIN G
MACASPAG, LITO Q
MACAYAN, NORIEL S
MACEDA, ARJAY A
MACEDA, EARL REXELL M
MACION, MA JEZABELLE M
MADRIAGA, MARK ADRIAN L
MAESTRE, DONNYL KANE T
MAGADAN, JOMARI O
MAGALLANES, CHARLOTTE R
MAGDUA, CHABELITA M
MAITEM, JOHN RAY C
MALANA, JOHN PAUL Y
MALATAMBAN, MAGS MORTEN R
MALAZARTE, MARY COLEEN S
MALLANTA, GLEZZA A
MANALIGOD, CATHELYN N
MANGALA, CHARLOTTE A
MANICANI, ELY CEDRIC G
MANLANGIT, EMILY CORAZON C
MANOLONG, PRENCES REX MARL R
MANRIQUEZ, FLORAMIE
MANTILLA, ARACELI R
MARABUT, MARIA SARAVEN O
MARAYA, IZZABELLA R
MARGALLO, NIÑA ERICKA Q
MARMOL, ARVEE Q
MARQUEZ, FRANCIS LOUTCHI L
MARTINITO, DARREN J
MARTIRES, BILLY JONEL DL
MASCADILLA, REYNALDO U
MASECAMPO, TROY N
MATAWARAN, ELREEN I
MAUYAG, NABILAH S
MECINA, RODEL JR. A
MEDALLA, CATHERINE A
MEMBRANO, LORNA G
MENDIOLA, CRIZZADYL T
MENESES, RONY D
MENESES, SERGS D
MERCADO, CLIFF JOHN P
MERCADO, IAN PAULO C
MERCADO, MELANIE S
METRAN, PRINCE RM D
MIBULOS, KIM JASON C
MILITANTE, LENGEL M
MODESTO, ZAMYLHA C
MOMBAY, MA GLAIZA A
MONARES, BLENDA T
MONTAÑEZ, AGNES E
MONTEJO, KIM ARRIELLE A
MONTES, DANICA LYNETTE I
MONTES, JOHN DENZEL B
MORILLO, DEBBIE L
NAAGAS, IRISH A
NARCA, MYUKA ANDREA Y
NARIDO, DENISE B
NAVAL, ARGEL EMMANUEL M
NAVAL, ARIEN R
NAVAL, AURA MAY R
NAVARRETE, KEITH FROILAN E
NAYAD, ALJON C
NEBRIDA, MA FATIMA R
NIERRA, REAH B
NOPAL, FEL STANLEY V
NUÑEZ, ABIGAIL MAE T
OBALES, BRIDGET M
OBEDA, WARREN L
OBERA, RUFFA MAE O
OBIÑA, REALIE ANN R
OBLIGADO, HANNAH O
OBREGON, CHARLENE N
OFANDA, APPLE CHERRY MAE F
OGALESCO, JANELLE A
OLIVEROS, EUNICE V
OLO, RUY NIÑO L
OMAMALIN, LEO A
ONIDA, DONA RICA M
OPEÑA, ARA GRACIELA A
OQUIAS, MONICA TYRA Z
ORAYLE, ANTHONY M
ORIAS, JULIE ANN
ORIQUEZ, SARAH JANE R
ORQUILLA, LEOMAR A
ORTEGO, ALBERT S
ORTEGO, BENNIE CYNTHIAN O
ORZAL, JENNIFER RUTCHEL Y
PABIA, KALLY B
PABUNA, LYKA MAE D
PACAANAS, KARLA JANINE B
PACANAN, MA BEVERLY M
PACAS, ANGUSTIAS H
PACAYRA, JOVE NEIL L
PACLE, ABRAM CHRISTIAN A
PADA, ALEXAR S
PADA, JOELIE ANN P
PAL, LOREEN DAWN G
PALANAS, JAERA C
PALAÑA, KRISTINE ANGELIQUE A
PALCE, MA VINA B
PALLONES, ROUALDO L
PALLONES, VAN DIEL E
PAMEN, MARK PAUL E
PANCITO, JUSHIA ROSS Z
PANIS, RIZZA JOYCE T
PAPIONA, JANINE G
PARAN, ROSEMARIE M
PATAGNAN, JESSICA
PATANO, APRIL ROSE B
PAVO, MARIA JASTENE P
PAZ, JON REY R
PEDERIO, JOSE LUIS S
PEDRERA, ALEXIS A
PEDRERO, CRISTIAN LEONARD G
PEDROLA, IGMEDIO III C
PEDROSA, CHARISSE MELIN A
PEDROSA, KAREN ALODIA L
PEDROSA, STEPHANIE T
PELIGRO, LYDWINA C
PEPITO, JODL CHRISTI S
PEREGRINO, JEROME R
PERITO, CHARMAINE C
PEÑARANDA, EUNEL O
PIA, VICTORINO JR. S
PICARDAL, KHAREN H
PIDO, CHERYLIN E
PINTO, MAY C
PIZON, AIMEE ROSE C
POGADO, JHAD Y
POMBO, GIL R
PONCE, LICA MARIE S
PRAYOS, ROTCHIEL A
PRUEL, KLEAH ELSIE RIZA MARIE A
PUNDAVELA, REI RASHID L
QUIANZON, PAUL RODI BENEDICT M
QUICHO, DESIREE ROSE H
QUIDATO, FRENCISS ANN O
QUIGAO, ANDREAN P
QUILING, JOSEPH MEYRRICK G
QUILLA, NERISSA A
RAMA, MARK GERALD P
RAMIREZ, DAVEN LLOYD C
RAMOS, ANGELA C
RAMOS, ROVENE A
REBUCAS, ALYSSA U
RECLUTA, PRIMO JR. S
RECOPELACION, INA LAINAIA T
REGANON, MA IVORY AMOR E
REGLA, KENNETH S
REGNER, LILIBETH R
REPASA, JASLYNNE MAE M
REPOSO, ALNIA O
REPOSO, MARK AIAN T
RESOS, ANDY L
RESTITUTO, LEILA L
RESURECCION, ROBIN JEAN L
REYES, MENERVA T
REYES, PRECIOUS NIÑA R
RIVAS, KENDY JOY D
ROA, QUENNIE S
ROLDAN, JOHN CARLO E
ROMEN, JOZEL C
RONDA, HONEY GRACE P
ROSARIO, SHIRLY A
RUEDA, JO ANNE KRISTIE L
RUIZ, REANA LYNN C
SABALBERINO, JESSA GRACE B
SABALLA, RUTH L
SABALO, APRIL M
SABINADA, BALBINO III M
SAGA, VANESSA MAY V
SAJA, JILLY AN C
SALATAN, JOHN EMMANUEL C
SALAZAR, FRANCE ZYRONNE U
SALAZAR, NICKEE L
SALMO, NESHIEL P
SALUIB, ANTHONY LOVEN A
SAMBERI, MARJORIE F
SAMSON, PAOLA T
SANICO, FINA EDRIENNE G
SAS, CYNTHIA S
SEGUROS, KAREN MARIE F
SEPE, MARY JOY LOUISE O
SEPTIMO, JENNY L
SERDAN, JOANNA MARIE V
SEVILLA, ELAINE CLAIRE S
SIEGA, JOCELYN C
SIMBLANTE, RONA B
SINGSON, FLORRAY KIZZEL G
SO, JOHN ROBINSON D
SOBREVIGA, GIOVANNI Y
SOLIANO, CHRISTINE JOY A
SOMODOY, NANETTE M
SORIA, SHANNEN FAITH E
SORIANO, SHERRY JOYCE M
SUAREZ, AREANE B
SUBIAGA, MARK LESTER G
SUMAYA, JECYL MARIE R
SY, JOANA LIN C
TAFALLA, FERJHON BRYNT O
TAGANAS, MARIA FATIMA EUNICE S
TAGBAK, CARMILLE G
TAGRA, ALLAN JR. S
TALDO, RONALD E
TAN, BILL PATRICK P
TAN, MARLY C
TAN-PIENGCO, ROSE JOY C
TENIO, JENNIFER M
TINAJA, JENNIFER G
TING, ARIANNE AUBREY L
TITOY, RHONA JEAN P
TOLIBAS, LIAM KYLE A
TORDA, DORYNCHIN M
TOREJOS, NOEL T
TORRES, HENRY ANTHONY M
TORRES, JOANNA MAY S
TORRES, JOSHUA SLIM C
TORRES, MERCENARIO SLIM S
TUANG-TUANG, JASON G
TUPAZ, NEKO P
UNTALAN, JESSICA B
UYVICO, HELENA JOY L
VALERIANO, ATHENA O
VALERIANO, ERICA V
VALIDA, ANGELICA D
VAN TONGELEN, DAVID C
VENTURA, JEFFREY PAUL Q
VERAS, BETOIN A
VERBO, ROLANDO JR. A
VERZOSA, ARMIE JOSHUA S
VESAGAS, JOEY T
VIBAL, SELENA GRACE C
VILBAR, MARIET MARIE L
VILLAMOR, NOVA S
VILLANUEVA, CHRISTOPHER C
VILLAR, JEMUEL B
VILLARINO, OMAR VINCENT I
VILLEGAS, KRISLYN C
VINEGAS, JESSA O
VIRTUDES, KRYSTAL ANNE P
VOCES, RALPH JOEL P
YAN, MARIE ANGELI O
YAP, KEVIN A
YNQUE, ROSEMARIE D
YODICO, ELAISA TRISHA M
YODICO, GRACE A
YRIGAN, KIMBERLY S
YUBIA, JIM C
ZABALA, ARNEL P
ZARTIGA, JULLIENE MAY D



August 4, 2019 Civil Service Exam – Pen & Paper Test (CSE-PPT)
Subprofessional Level – List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 8 (Eastern Visayas)
ALALID, SHERYL JANE L
ALCANTARA, PAUL JOSEPH F
ALCERA, GUADA FE L
ALVERO, NIÑO JOSE M
ALVIOR, RALPH JUREC C
AYOHAN, LEONARDO B
BABAGAY, MARC HOWELL C
BAGUIO, TIFANNY P
BALANQUIT, JENELYN S
BALLIOS, MARILYN P
BARCELONA, JOSEPHINE A
BASIERTO, GILBERT G
BESARIO, NETHANEL P
BINGHOY, CATHERINE L
BULAWAN, KRISELLE JAY MARIE L
CAMPOMANES, ISIDRO ALBERT P
CASILI, CHARMAGNE ANGELIE C
CAYOBIT, DIWANIE
COMPENDIO, PERLITA A
DAFFON, IRENE P
DAROY, LYN L
DATO, ARIS NORWELL M
DAVID, CHERYL ELOISA B
DUMAGUIT, FIEL R
FERNANDEZ, ALEXANDER J
FLORES, EVELYN F
FULACHE, NEIL BYAN B
GARCELA, RAYMUND V
GARCIA, GLINA ROSELE B
GORDO, AVERY KYLE C
JUANERIO, MAE ABYLANE G
KEMPIS, EMILY C
LAGUSAD, JOHN MEG S
LILOAN, VEVERLYN S
LINABAN, SUZETTE ARNIE A
LLEVARES, VIVIAN CLAIRE A
MABAG, KARINE B
MABINI, ROMEO JR R
MAGALLANES, MARILOU P
MEDIN, JAYSON M
MENCHAVEZ, JANE S
MUERTIGUE, JESIBEL L
NAVARETE, JEANETTE S
NERIO, ANDRES III A
NICART, FRANCIS E
NIEGAS, MAY ARIANNE C
NIVERA, JULIE N
NUTTAL, ALPHA JOY A
OCIER, ALTHEA F
OLINO, REYSANDRO A
ORTEGA, ZENAIDA B
ORTIZ, RENZO G
PADERNAL, FRANCISCA P
PALUGOD, FERLITO JR T
PASCUAL, LUDY ANN B
PEPITO, MARICRIS A
QUILANETA, JHUNAFEL B
QUILICOL, LYCA MAE T
QUINTANA, MA JANICE V
RADIN, JOANNA MARIE M
RAMIREZ, DWINAFEL C
RAMOS, ANN SHEINA N
RAMOS, VYCHILLE ANN G
RANUCO, DIDETH D
RAVAS, RUSLYN MAE L
REAS, MARYCOR C
RONA, CARLA L
RONA, CYLETH L
SAAVEDRA, CHARLOTTE B
SABAY, KRISTELLE JOY M
SIEGA, LEAH MAY P
SIMON, JOHN ALFRED D
TAN, MARIEL CLARIZ L
TOLIBAS, MARY BETH D
VARONA, JOSHUA JR U
VELARDE, MARVIN A
VILLAFUERTE, ALVIN R



Below are the test coverage of the exam.

Professional Level

In English and Filipino:

Numerical Ability
1.) basic operations
2.) word problems

Analytical Ability
1.) word association
2.) identifying assumptions and conclusions
3.) logic
4.) data interpretation

Verbal Ability
1.) grammar and correct usage
2.) vocabulary
3.) paragraph organization
4.) reading comprehension

SubProfessional Level

In English and Filipino:

Numerical Ability
1.) basic operations
2.) word problems

Clerical Ability
1.) filing
2.) spelling

Verbal Ability
1.) grammar and correct usage
2.) vocabulary
3.) paragraph organization
4.) reading comprehension

Should you be able to make it, below is the CSC's Citizen Charter for claiming of your Certificate of Eligibility.
Step Applicant/Client Service Provider Duration of Activity
(Under Normal
Circumstances)
Person in
Charge
Fees Form
1 Fill-out Eligibility/Exam
Records Request Form
(ERRF) and Declaration
Form (DF).
Receive/Review
accomplished ERRF
and DF; issue Order of
Payment advised client
to pay to the Cashier
2 minutes
2 Pay to the Cashier and
claim Official Receipt
Process payment and
issue Official Receipt.
1 minute Cashier P100.00
per copy
Officials
Receipt
3 Present OR and wait
for the request to be
processed.

















Verify/validate data and
information based on
the records.


If records is accurate,
encode examination and
personal details and
print certification.

Review data/findings
and affix initials on the
file copy of certification.

Affix signature on the
certification

Photocopy the
certification and
Identification Cards.
15 minutes




5 minutes




3 minutes






2 minutes


1st and 2nd
Verifiers
1st and 2nd
Validators

Encoders




Supervisor/
Senior
Personnel

Director


Encoder/
Reviewer

4 Affix signature on
the release portion of the
ERRF or file copy
Release the Certification
of Eligibility to client
2 minutes ERS-IRMO
Releasing
Officer
Certification of
Eligibility
END OF TRANSACTION
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