Talk about having a great sense of humor. After its graduate Noel Malimban topped the recently released 2006 bar exams, UC-BCF is now reportedly adopting the battle cry “Hindi Ka Nag-iisa, Janet Abuel”. Janet, of course, is the first bar topnotcher from UC-BCF and Noel is the second.
Noel Malimban of the University of the Cordilleras topped the bar examinations held last year with a grade of 87.6% Malimban is the second graduate from the UC (formerly the Baguio Colleges Foundation) to top the bar exams (after Janet Abuel in 1998). Other UC-BCF law graduates who made it to the top ten in previous bar exams can be found here. Congrats to Noel and UC-BCF.
Meanwhile, other examinees who made it to the top ten in the 2006 bar exam which was just released today are:
Let us congratulate our kailians who passed the Science and Technology scholarships offered by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). Giving scholarships to deserving students is one praiseworthy thing that the government is doing. Again congratulations to the scholars, you are a big help to your parents. Kaya ang lahat dapat mag-aral ng mabuti (tulad ng ating cartoon) para maging iskolar. Click the link below for the list of scholars from the Cordilleras.
For complete national results (in PDF files) go here and here.
DOST MERIT Scholars
ARAOS, CHRISTELLE HERNANDEZ
BAUCOS, MARIANNE JOY JUAN
CANTILLAS, CHRISTEL KIMBERLY TOM
GUIMBATAN, RHYZL AYANG-ANG
QUODALA, MARK KEVIN BOLISLIS
RULLA, CARISSA CAMILLE REYES
Have you ever wondered how the state universities and colleges (SUCs) in the Cordilleras rank against each other? Well, wonder no more. Apparently, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) conducts an Annual Performance Rating for SUCs and we have the results for you courtesy of Benguet State University (BSU). I’ve no idea how DBM does its ranking but it apparently looks at factors such as instruction, research and extension services, accreditation status, Professional Regulatory Commission passing rates, at marami pang iba.
Not surprisingly, given its status as the pioneering SUC in the Cordilleras, BSU tops the ranking with an over-all numerical rating of 5.8. The ranking and the scores of the region’s six SUCs are as follows: