CSC names Top 10 civil service exam passers in Region 1
DAGUPAN CITY – Prospective civil servants were conferred their career service professional or sub-professional eligibility in the awarding rites held for the first time by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) on Thursday at the Dagupan City National High School here.
Successful examinees took the Career Service Examination administered in 143 testing sites across the country on October 13, 2013.
A career service professional eligibility is one of the basic requirements for permanent appointment to second level (technical) positions in government. On the other hand, passing the sub-professional level shall be appropriate for first level (clerical) government positions.
The CSC stressed, though, that both eligibilities shall not apply to positions involving practice of profession that require an appropriate license, and those positions covered by special laws.
In the Ilocos Region, 678 examinees passed the professional level and 167 takers passed the sub-professional level.
The regional list of top 10 passers for the professional level are: 1st place-Alyanna Christine Joy Diavane (88.12); 2nd place-Marie Louise Valbuena (87.27); 3rd place-John Alexis Ilacad (87.19); 4th place-Ronnie James Casamayor (87.07); 5th place-Anna Victoria Rafanan (87.03); 6th place-Hedrich Calderon (87.02); 7th place-Neil Brian Casem (86.95); 8th place-Clyde Wynn Puyaoan (86.93); 9th place-Regienald Collado (86.83); and 10th place-Regina Anne Perez (86.78).
For the sub-professional test, the top 10 are: 1st place-Lloyd Chester Abad (87.85); 2nd place-Jamie Joyce Tanael (86.75); 3rd place-Narcy Lyn Vendillo (86.26); 4th place-Michael Jake Camacho (86.10); 5th place-Anthony Asuncion (85.75); 6th place-Maria Jezreel Pascua (85.62); 7th place-Jea Jenina Disu (85.42); 8th place-Sheena Doria (85.41); 9th place-Junelle Laarni Libunao (85.11); and 10th place-Jiezl Erika Manangan ((85.04).
Diavane, a native of Dagupan City who topped the professional level, said she feels proud of her achievement as it brings honor to herself and to her family.
With this success, she is now looking at every opportunity that will be opened for her after college. She is a fourth year student at Ateneo de Manila University taking up Management Information System course.
Like Diavane, “other passers of the career service examination now have the passport to enter government service and they have the chance to get permanent positions in the government as well as enjoy the security of tenure,” said Director Lyrma Oalin of CSC-Lingayen field office.
Oalin added that the commission has a proposal to tie-up with the private sectors to include the career service eligibility as one of their requirements when hiring an employee so passers are made as priority applicants.
Those who are not able to attend the awarding can get their certificates of eligibility at the CSC Regional Office in San Fernando City, La Union. (PIA-1, Pangasinan)
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