NCF welcomes four new Geodetic Engineers


Author: B.Y. Bacus

Date: November 5, 2022
𝗟𝗢𝗢𝗞: Packed with pride and honor, Naga College Foundation, Inc. (NCF) welcomed the four successful alumni examinees of the October 2022 Geodetic Engineer Licensure Examinations (GELE) in a four-in-one affair, on November 4, 2022, at The Quad.
Engr. John Patrick T. De Mesa, Engr. Elizabeth Ann C. Ebo, Engr. Espiridion S. Rustia, Jr., and Engr. Lorenz Gabriel G. Garais— the October 2022 GELE eighth placer— paid their courtesy visit to NCF following their victorious endeavor in the field of geodetic engineering.
The celebration commenced through a thanksgiving mass led by Rev. Fr. Godofredo C. Rueda, NCF Chaplain, followed immediately by the dedication and blessing of the newly-renovated COE office, classrooms, and learning laboratories.
Simultaneously, the four successful examinees, along with the COE family graced the main avenues of Naga City with their elated presence in their vibrant motorcade.
Shortly after the motorcade, the recognition ceremony transpired. The NCF community, led by Mr. Mario C. Villanueva, NCF President, Dr. Aida P. Osea, Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Dr. Monsito G. Ilarde, Dean of COE, conferred the certificates of recognition to the four honorees.
In his opening talk, Dr. Ilarde said that the prominence of NCF in GELE is already a culture, considering the relatively high NCF’s annual performance rate against the yearly national passing percentage and the significant number of board placers produced by NCF.
President Villanueva concurred with the statement of Dr. Ilarde emphasizing that one of the reasons behind the academic success is the “capability of NCF to innovate facilities and curriculum”.
Meanwhile, Dr. Osea expressed her gratitude to the faculty of engineering “for offering the highest quality education and for contributing to the successes of the students”, while thanking also the parents and loved ones of the honorees for entrusting to NCF their children’s quest of learning.
Garais, the GELE eighth placer, shared his success to his family, friends, professors, college, and school. He then mentioned that his keys to acing the examination were “consistency and balance”.
Furthermore, President Villanueva and Dr. Roger P. Villanueva, Chief Finance Officer, handed over the cash reward, worth Php 50,000.00 to Garais at the conclusion of the ceremony.


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