Republic of the Philippines
PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT LICENSURE EXAMINATION
RESULTS RELEASED IN THREE (3) WORKING DAYS
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 20 out of 31 passed the Landscape Architect Licensure Examination given by the Board of Landscape Architecture in Manila this March 2013.
The members of the Board of Landscape Architecture who gave the licensure examination are Carlito B. Pesons, Chairman; Cecilia H. Tence and Cynthia M. Sundiang, Members.
Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on March 25, 2013 but not later than April 19, 2013. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 1 piece 1” x 1” picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2013-2016. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.
The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.
The performance of schools in the March 2013 Landscape Architect Licensure Examination in alphabetical order as per R.A. 8981 otherwise known as PRC Modernization Act of 2000 Section 7(m) “To monitor the performance of schools in licensure examinations and publish the results thereof in a newspaper of national circulation” is as follows: (Any discrepancy in the report is not intentional on the part of the Commission, but rather due to miscoding of school codes by the examinees themselves. Concerned schools may write the Commission for correction.)
PERFORMANCE OF SCHOOLS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Any discrepancy in the performance of schools listed above is entirely unintentional on the part of the Professional Regulation Commission but rather due to miscoding of school codes by the examinees themselves in the application forms. Concerned schools may write the Commission for correction.
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