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BatStateU Eng’g programs dominate licensure exams

Steadfast to its commitment of producing topnotch graduates in their respective fields, Batangas State University (BatStateU) continues to strive for academic excellence as it whipped up an impressive feat in the recent licensure examinations of its engineering programs administered by the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC).


Starting off with its flagship engineering program, BatStateU was hailed as the country’s top performing school in the recent March 2017 Licensure Examination for Mechanical Engineers after garnering a 99.25% passing percentage (132 out of 133), way above the 56.88% national passing rate. This astounding pursuit was the University’s third attainment of the Top Performing School status for the past three years after its huge effort in the March 2015 and March 2016 Board Examinations wherein it reaped a 100% (84 out of 84) and 96.72% (59 out of 61) passing rate respectively. The program also tallied a 94.03% and 98.96% passing percentage in the September 2015 and 2016 Licensure Examination which made the University one of the country’s front-running institution for Mechanical Engineers.


Alongside the BS Mechanical Engineering’s monumental performance, BatStateU also took pride with the Electrical Engineering Department’s conquest as it was also hailed as the top performing school for the fourth time in the past three years in the recent April 2017 Licensure Examination for Electrical Engineers after landing an 87.50% (70 out of 80) passing rate way above the 44.92% passing percentage. The program remained consistent with its exemplary stint in the board examinations after registering 90.91% (40 out of 44) in the April 2015, 96.30% (63 out of 67) in the September 2015, 83.33% 80 out of 96) in the April 2016 and 92.45% (49 out of 53) in the September 2016 Licensure Examinations for Electrical Engineers).




BS Sanitary Engineering also made a sudden uproar after its top performing school performance during the January 2017 Licensure Examination recording an 80.00% (12 out of 15) passing percentage which is above the national passing rate of 65.26%.


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