Of the 711 who passed out of 1,886 takers, 6 are from DEBESMSCAT led by Kenth Reynard C. Muñoz who placed 4th in the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Licensure Examination (ABELE) last October 30-31, 2019.
For the past 20 years that the program was offered, which was then known as BS Agricultural Engineering (now BS Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering), this is the first time that the college has entered the top 10 in the licensure examination.
The five other passers are Daren R. Etcobañez, Jerome M. Godinez, Jerson Lusanta, Allan Mark Martinez, and Aldren C. Mitra.
“This will inspire the college and the faculty more not only in its intervention for its graduates but also in refining and improving its curriculum and the quality of instruction,” said Engr. Jose Caluza, IV, program chair of BSABE.