Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Professional Practice Quiz 2

Here's a short quiz consisting of 30 questions for Professional Practice.

Write down your answers after each question on a piece of paper. The answers can be found at the end of the presentation.



Passing score is 15 or 75%
26-30 = Excellent
21-25 = Very Good
16-20 = Good
11-15 = Some More Review
6-10 = Double your effort
1-5 = You're in trouble
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Professional Practice Quiz 1

Here's a short quiz consisting of 30 questions for Professional Practice.

Write down your answers after each question on a piece of paper. The answers can be found at the end of the presentation.



Passing score is 15 or 75%
26-30 = Excellent
21-25 = Very Good
16-20 = Good
11-15 = Some More Review
6-10 = Double your effort
1-5 = You're in trouble
To learn more, enroll in our Architecture Board Exams Review Courses. Click HERE for details.

Try other Arki Quizzes HERE

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

The Philippines GREEEN Building Rating System

GREEEN stands for Geared for Resiliency and Energy Efficiency for the ENvironment.

GREEEN is a rating system that will provide a set of criteria and best practices to evaluate buildings. Established by professional organizations dedicated to the built-environment

GREEEN measures the performance of buildings against sustainable design and construction principles, and its capacity for adaptability and resiliency towards climate change

GREEEN has incorporated into its rating system prerequisites that will require green buildings to conform with the relevant standards, building codes, fire and life safety codes, environmental requirements and applicable national and local ordinances.

The objective is to promote and recognize buildings that are sustainable, energy efficient, environment-friendly, healthy, concerned for the welfare of its occupants, and resilient to changes in the climate.

GREEEN, Geared for Resiliency and Energy Efficiency for the ENvironment Building Rating System of PGBI, Inc. was initially developed by the technical committees of the United Architects of the Philippines (UAP), the Philippine Society of Ventilating Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Engineers (PSVARE) and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Philippine Chapter.

The other partners of PGBI, Inc.: Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers (IIEE); Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME), the Heritage Conservation Society (HCS); and, the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), Philippines, have also been referenced in this building rating system based on their area of expertise.

The Version 2.0, January 2012 issue of the working design guidelines of Greeen is hereby authorized for presentation and use in pilot assessment by the initiating authors.

Monday, 20 February 2012

BldgLaws Quiz 2: Fire Code Part 2

Here's a short quiz consisting of 30 questions regarding RA 9514-the Fire Code of the Philippines.

Prepare your paper and write down your answers after each question. The answers can be found at the end of the presentation.



Passing score is 15 or 75%
26-30 = Excellent
21-25 = Very Good
16-20 = Good
11-15 = Some More Review
6-10 = Double your effort
1-5 = You're in trouble

Sunday, 19 February 2012

BldgLaws Quiz 2: Fire Code Part 1

Here's a short quiz consisting of 30 questions regarding RA 9514-the Fire Code of the Philippines.

Prepare your paper and write down your answers after each question. The answers can be found at the end of the presentation.



Passing score is 15 or 75%
26-30 = Excellent
21-25 = Very Good
16-20 = Good
11-15 = Some More Review
6-10 = Double your effort
1-5 = You're in trouble

Friday, 10 February 2012

RA 10066: National Cultural Heritage Act of 2009

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10066

AN ACT

PROVIDING FOR THE PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION OF THE NATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE, STRENGTHENING THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS (NCCA) AND ITS AFFILIATED CULTURAL AGENCIES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled:

SECTION 1. Short Title. - This Act shall be known as the “National Cultural Heritage Act of 2009.”

ARTICLE I

POLICIES AND PRINCIPLES

SECTION 2. Declaration of Principles and Policies. – Sections 14, 15, 16, and 17, Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution declare that the State shall foster the preservation, enrichment, and dynamic evolution of a Filipino culture based on the principle of unity in diversity in a climate of free artistic and intellectual expression. The Constitution likewise mandates the State to conserve, develop, promote and popularize the nation’s historical and cultural heritage and resources, as well as artistic creations. It further provides that, all the country’s artistic and historic wealth constitutes the cultural treasure of the nation and shall be under the protection of the State, which may regulate its disposition.

In the pursuit of cultural preservation as a strategy for maintaining Filipino identity, this Act shall pursue the following objectives:

(a) Protect, preserve, conserve and promote the nation’s cultural heritage, its property and histories, and the ethnicity of local communities;

(b) Establish and strengthen cultural institutions; and,

(c) Protect cultural workers and ensure their professional development and well-being.

The State shall likewise endeavor to create a balanced atmosphere where the historic past co-exists in harmony with modern society. It shall approach the problem of conservation in an integrated and holistic manner, cutting across all relevant disciplines and technologies. The State shall further administer the heritage resources in a spirit of stewardship for the inspiration and benefit of the present and future generations.


ARTICLE II

DEFINITION OF TERMS


SECTION 3. Definition of Terms. – For purposes of this Act, the following terms shall be defined as follows:

(a) “Adaptive Re-use” shall refers to the utilization of buildings, other built-structures, and sites of value for purposes other than that for which they were intended originally, in order to conserve the site, their engineering integrity and authenticity of design;

(b) “Anthropological Area” shall refers to any place where studies of specific ethno-linguistic groups are undertaken, the properties of which are of value to our cultural heritage;

(c) “Antique” refers to a cultural property found locally which is one hundred (100) years in age, more or less, the production of which has ceased;

(d) “Archaeological Area” shall refers to any place, whether above or under ground, underwater or at sea level, containing fossils, artifacts, and other cultural, geological, botanical, zoological materials which depict and document culturally relevant paleontological, prehistoric and/or historic events;

(e) “Archives” shall refer to public and private records in any format which have been selected for permanent preservation because of their evidential, historical informational value; otherwise known as archival materials collections or archival holdings; the place (building/room/storage area) where archival materials are kept and preserved; and an organization or agency or part thereof whose main responsibility is to appraise, arrange, describe, conserve, promote and make archival materials available for reference and research, also known as archival agency;

(f) “Built Heritage” shall refers to architectural and engineering structures, such as but not limited to bridges, government buildings, houses of ancestry, traditional dwellings, quartels, train stations, lighthouses, small ports, educational technological and industrial complexes, and their settings, and landscapes with notable historical and cultural significance;

(g) “Collector” shall refers to any person who or institution that acquires cultural property for purposes other than sale;

(h) “Commission” shall refer to the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA);

(i) “Conservation” shall refers to all the processes and measures of maintaining the cultural significance of a cultural property, including but not limited to, preservation, restoration, reconstruction, protection, adaptation or any combination thereof;

(j) “Cultural agencies” shall refer to the following national government agencies with their specific areas of responsibility: National Museum (cultural property); the National Library (books); National Historical Institute (Philippine history); National Archives (documents); Cultural Center of the Philippines (culture and the arts); and Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (language).

(k) “Cultural Education” shall refer to the teaching and learning of cultural concepts and processes;

(l) “Cultural Heritage” shall refer to the totality of cultural property preserved and developed through time and passed on to posterity;

(m) “Cultural Heritage Worker” shall refer to an individual undertaking cultural heritage work;

(n) “Cultural Institution” shall refer to entities engaged primarily in cultural work;

(o) “Cultural Property” shall refer to all products of human creativity by which a people and a nation reveal their identity, including churches, mosques and other places of religious worship, schools and natural history specimens and sites, whether public or privately-owned, movable or immovable, and tangible or intangible;

(p) “Dealers” shall refer to natural or juridical persons who acquire cultural property for the purpose of engaging in the acquisition and disposition of the same;

(q) “Heritage Zone” shall refer to historical, anthropological, archaeological, artistic geographical areas and settings that are culturally significant to the country, as declared by the National Museum and/or the National Historical Institute.

(r) “History” shall refer to a written record of past events relating to Philippine history;

(s) “Historical Landmarks” shall refer to sites or structures that are associated with events or achievements significant to Philippine history as declared by the National Historical Institute;

(t) “Historical Monuments” shall refer to structures that honor illustrious persons or commemorate events of historical value as declared by the National Historical Institute;

(u) “Historical Shrines” shall refer to historical sites or structures hallowed and revered for their history or association as declared by the National Historical Institute;

(v) “Historical Street Name” shall refer to a street name which has been in existence for at least fifty (50) years and over time has been considered historic;

(w) “Important Cultural Property (ICP)” shall refer to a cultural property having exceptional cultural, artistic, and historical significance to the Philippines, as shall be determined by the National Museum and/or National Historical Institute.

(x) “Intangible Cultural Heritage” shall refers to the practices, representations, expressions, knowledge, skills – as well as the instruments, objects and artifacts associated therewith, that communities, groups and individuals recognize as part of their cultural heritage, such as: (1) oral traditions, languages, and expressions; (2) performing arts; (3) social practices, rituals, and festive events; (4) knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe; and (5) traditional craftsmanship;

(y) “Intangible cultural property” shall refer to the peoples’ learned processes along with the knowledge, skills and creativity that inform and are developed by them, the products they create and the resources, spaces and other aspects of social and natural context necessary for their sustainability.

(z) “Library” shall refer to an institution where the collection of books, manuscripts, computerized information, and other materials are organized to provide physical, bibliographic, and/or intellectual access to the public, with a librarian that is trained to provide services and programs related to the information needs of its clientele;

(aa) “Museum” shall refer to a permanent institution that researches, acquires, conserves, communicates, and exhibits the material evidence of humans and their environment for purposes of education or leisure;

(bb) “National Cultural Treasure” shall refer to a unique cultural property found locally, possessing outstanding historical, cultural, artistic and/or scientific value which is highly significant and important to the country and nation, and officially declared as such by pertinent cultural agency;

(cc) “Nationally significant” shall refer to historical, aesthetic, scientific, technical, social and/or spiritual values that unify the nation by a deep sense of pride in their various yet common identities, cultural heritage and national patrimony.

(dd) “Natural Property of Cultural Significance” shall refer to areas possessing outstanding ecosystem with flora and fauna of national scientific importance under the National Integrated Protected Areas System ;

(ee) “NCCA Portal Cultural Databank” refers to the specific domain in the Commission’s intranet for cultural information that is accessed only internally with control and confidentiality. It includes the registry of national cultural property.

(ff) “Pre-history” shall refer to the period of human history before the introduction of the forms of writing;

(gg) “Registry” shall refer to the Philippine Registry of Cultural Property which is the registry of all cultural property of the country deemed of significant importance to our cultural heritage;

(hh) “Restoration” shall refer to the action taken or the technical intervention to correct deterioration and alterations.

(ii) “Tangible cultural property” shall refer to a cultural property with historical, archival, anthropological, archaeological, artistic and architectural value, and with exceptional or traditional production, whether of Philippine origin or not, including antiques and natural history specimens with significant value.


ARTICLE III

CULTURAL PROPERTY


SECTION 4. Categories. - The Cultural Property of the country shall be categorized as follows:

(a) National Cultural Treasures;

(b) Important Cultural Property;

(c) World Heritage Sites;

(d) National historical shrine;

(e) National Historical Monument; and,

(f) National Historical Landmark;


SECTION 5. Cultural Property Considered Important Cultural Property. -For purposes of protecting a cultural property against exportation, modification or demolition, the following works shall be considered Important Cultural Property, unless declared otherwise by the pertinent cultural agency:

Unless declared by the Commission,

(a) Works by a Manlilikha ng Bayan;

(b) Works by a National Artist;

Unless declared by the National Museum,

(c) Archaeological and traditional ethnographic materials;

Unless declared by the National Historical Institute,

(d) Works of national heroes;

(e) Marked structure;

(f) Structures dating at least fifty (50) years old; and

Unless declared by the National Archives,

(g) Archival material/document dating at least fifty (50) years old.

The property owner may petition the appropriate cultural agency to remove the presumption of important cultural property which shall not be unreasonably withheld.


SECTION 6. World Heritage Sites (WHS). - The appropriate cultural agency shall closely collaborate with United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural organization (UNESCO) National Commission of the Philippines in ensuring the conservation and management of world heritage sites of cultural and mixed sites category, in the Philippines.


SECTION 7. Privileges for Cultural Property. - All cultural properties declared as National Cultural Treasures and national historical landmarks shall be entitled to the following privileges:

(a) Priority government funding for protection, conservation and restoration;

(b) Incentive for private support of conservation and restoration through the Commission’s Conservation Incentive Program for National Cultural treasures;

(c) An official Heritage Marker placed by the cultural agency concerned indicating that the immovable cultural property has been identified as national cultural treasures; and/or national historical landmarks, sites or monuments; and,

(d) In times of armed conflict, natural disasters, and other exceptional events that endanger the cultural heritage of the country, all National Cultural Treasures or national historical landmarks, sites or monuments shall be given priority protection by the Government.

All cultural properties declared as Important Cultural Property may also receive government funding for its protection, conservation, and restoration. An official Heritage Marker shall likewise be placed on an immovable cultural property to identify the same as important cultural property.


SECTION 8. Procedure for Declaration, or De-Listing of National Cultural Treasures or Important Cultural Property. - The procedure in declaring as well as in delisting a National Cultural Property or an Important Cultural Property shall be as follows:

(a) A declaration or a delisting of a cultural property as a National Cultural Treasure or an Important Cultural Property shall commence upon the filing of a petition by the owner, stakeholder or any interested person, with the Commission, which shall refer the matter to the appropriate cultural agency;

(b) Upon verification of the suitability of the property as a national cultural treasure or an important cultural property, the cultural agency concerned shall send notice of hearing to the owner and stakeholders. Stakeholders, including but not limited to local government units, local culture and arts council, local tourism councils, non-government conservation organizations, and schools, may be allowed to file their support or opposition to the petition;

(c) The owner and/or other stakeholders shall file their position paper within fifteen (15) days from receipt of the notice of hearing, furnishing all the parties, including the appropriate cultural agency, with such position paper. Extensions may be allowed, but in no case shall it exceed more than thirty (30) days; and

(d) The petitioner/stakeholder shall give their answer within fifteen (15) days upon receipt of any position paper. Thereafter, no further submissions shall be allowed.

(e) The appropriate cultural agency shall have a maximum of ninety (90) days from the deadline of the submission of all the answers within which to submit its resolutions and render its decision on the application.

SECTION 9. Right of First Refusal on the Sale of National Cultural Treasures (NCT). –

The appropriate cultural agency shall be given the right of first refusal in the purchase of cultural properties declared as national cultural treasures. Prior to the finality of the sale, the appropriate cultural agency may likewise match any offer made for the purchase of national cultural property.


SECTION 10. Licensing of Dealers of Cultural Property. – All dealers of cultural property shall secure a license to operate as such from the appropriate cultural agency concerned. They shall submit a quarterly inventory of items carried, which shall include a history of each item. Failure to submit two (2) consecutive inventories shall be a ground for cancellation of the license. All dealers of Cultural Property shall be subject to inspection of the concerned cultural agencies.

The cultural agencies may charge and collect fees for registration as well as for licenses, inspections, certifications, authorizations and permits that they issue and undertake in connection with the implementation of this Act. Funds generated from these collections by cultural agencies shall be retained by the cultural agency concerned for its operations.


SECTION 11. Dealings of Cultural Property. – No cultural property shall be sold, resold, or taken out of the country without first securing a clearance from the cultural agency concerned. In case the property shall be taken out of the country, it shall solely be for the purpose of scientific scrutiny or exhibit.


ARTICLE IV

HERITAGE ZONES


SECTION 12. Designation of Heritage Zones. - The National Historical Institute and the National Museum in consultation with the Commission and, the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board or other concerned agencies, shall designate Heritage Zones to protect the historical and cultural integrity of a geographical area.

SECTION 13. Maintenance of Heritage Zones. - A Heritage Zone shall be maintained by the local government unit concerned, in accordance with the following guidelines:

(a) Implementation of adaptive re-use of cultural property;

(b) Appearance of streets, parks, monuments, buildings, and natural bodies of water, canals, paths and Barangays within a locality shall be maintained as close to their appearance at the time the area was of most importance to Philippine History as determined by the National Historical Institute; and,

(c) Local government units shall document and sustain all socio-cultural practices such as but not limited to traditional celebrations, historical battles, recreation of customs, and the re-enactment of battles and other local customs that are unique to a locality.


ARTICLE V

REGISTRATION AND CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY


SECTION 14. Establishment of a Philippine Registry of Cultural Property (PRECUP). - All cultural property of the country deemed important to cultural heritage shall be registered in the Philippine Registry of Cultural Property.


The Commission, through the appropriate cultural agencies and local government units, shall establish and maintain this Registry within three (3) years from the effectivity of this Act. The guidelines in the registration of cultural property are as follows:

(a) All cultural agencies concerned shall individually maintain an inventory, evaluation and documentation of all cultural properties it has declared according to their category and shall submit the same to the Commission. For cultural property declared as Immovable Cultural Property, the appropriate cultural agency shall, after registration, give due notice to the Registry of Deeds having jurisdiction for annotation on the land titles pertaining to the same;

(b) Local government units, through their cultural offices, shall likewise maintain an inventory of cultural property under its jurisdiction and shall furnish the Commission a copy of the same;

(c) Both cultural agencies concerned and local government units shall continuously coordinate in making entries and in monitoring the various cultural properties in their respective inventory;

(d) All government agencies and instrumentalities, government-owned and/or controlled corporations and their subsidiaries, including public and private educational institutions, shall report their ownership and/or possession of such items to the pertinent cultural agency and shall register such properties within three (3) years from the effectivity of this Act;

(e) Private collectors and owners of cultural property shall register such properties, within three (3) years from the effectivity of this Act. The private collectors and owners of cultural property shall not be divested of their possession and ownership thereof even after registration of said property as herein required.

Information on registered cultural properties owned by private individuals shall remain confidential and may be given only upon prior consent of the private owner. The Commission shall operate the Registry in the NCCA portal cultural databank.

SECTION 15. Conservation of Cultural Property. – All intervention works and measures on conservation of National Cultural Treasures, Important Cultural Property, as well as national historical landmarks, sites or monuments, and structures previously marked by the National Museum and/or National Historical Institute before the implementation of this Act shall be undertaken only upon prior approval of the Commission through the appropriate cultural agency which shall supervise the same.

The Commission shall approve only those methods and materials that strictly adhere to the accepted international standards of conservation.

SECTION 16. Documentation and Preservation of Traditional and Contemporary Arts. - Local government units shall document traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, including their processes and makers, and sustain the sources of their raw materials. The local government units shall encourage and sustain traditional arts and crafts as active and viable sources of income for the community.

The Commission, the Department of Trade and Industry, the Department of Tourism and other government agencies involved directly or indirectly in the production of goods shall assist the local government units in protecting their traditional and contemporary arts and crafts making them viable for current and future markets, with a view to encouraging and promoting the unique heritage and identities of the said communities.

The local government unit concerned shall submit an annual inventory of these documentations to the Commission, which will be included in the Philippine Registry of Cultural Property, as established in Section 14 of this Act.


SECTION 17. Systematic Research in Natural History. - The National Museum shall have the authority to collect, maintain and develop the national reference collections of Philippine flora and fauna, rocks and minerals through research and field collection of specimens including Important Cultural Property within the territorial jurisdiction of the Philippines. It shall be exempt from any and all permit systems regulating the same.

The National Museum shall inform the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the Department of Agriculture of such collection. All type of specimens collected in the Philippine territory shall be deposited in the National Museum.

SECTION 18. Heritage Agreements. - The Commission, upon advice of the concerned cultural agency, may enter into agreements with private owners of cultural properties with regard to the preservation of said properties.

Such agreement shall be in the form of a contract, and may include such terms and conditions including, but not limited to:

(a) Public access to the property;

(b) Value of the encumbrance;

(c) Duration of the servitude of the property;

(d) Restriction of the right of the owner or occupant to perform acts on or near the place;

(e) Maintenance and management of the property;

(f) Provision of financial assistance for the conservation of the property;

(g) Procedure for the resolution of any dispute arising out of the agreement.

Such agreement should be annotated in the land title to bind future owners and/or occupants of the immovable cultural property.

SECTION 19. National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage. – The appropriate cultural agency shall closely collaborate with the UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines in safeguarding intangible cultural heritage in the Philippines. The Philippine Intangible Cultural Heritage Committee established by the UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines shall continue to take lead role in implementing the provisions of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural heritage with particular attention to Article 11 to 15 of the said Convention.


SECTION 20. Immovable National Cultural Treasures. – Immovable National Cultural Treasures shall not be relocated, rebuilt, defaced or otherwise changed in a manner, which would destroy the property’s dignity and authenticity, except to save such property from destruction due to natural causes.

The site referred to in this provision may only be moved after securing a permit from the Commission or the appropriate cultural agency.

SECTION 21. Indigenous properties. - The appropriate cultural agency in consultation with the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples shall establish a program and promulgate regulations to assist indigenous people in preserving their particular cultural and historical properties.


SECTION 22. Renaming of Historical Streets, Buildings Designated as Cultural Treasure or Important Cultural Property. - The names of historical streets, parks, buildings, shrines, landmarks, monuments and sites designated as National Cultural Treasures or Important Cultural Property shall not be allowed to be re-named by a local or national legislation, unless approved by the National Historical Institute, and only after due hearing on the matter. Furthermore, for changes of names done to historical streets, parks, buildings, shrines, landmarks, monuments, and sites prior to the effectivity of this act, the National Historical Institute may direct the local government units to restore their original names, also after due hearing.


ARTICLE VI

REGULATING THE EXPORT, TRANSIT, IMPORT

AND REPATRIATION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY

SECTION 23. Export of Cultural Property. – Whoever desires to export cultural property registered in the Philippine Registry of Cultural Property shall adhere to the following requirements:

(a) Authorization from the Commission through the appropriate cultural agencies;

(b) Application for export permit shall be submitted thirty (30) days before the intended export from the Philippines; and

(c) Application for export permit must include the following: (1) the purpose of the temporary export; (2) the export date of the cultural property; (3) the repatriation date of the cultural property; (4) a description of the cultural property; and, (5) the inventory of the cultural property in the Philippine Registry of Cultural Property.

The grant of export permit shall be based on the following conditions: (i) the cultural property is exported on a temporary basis; and (ii) export of cultural property is necessary for scientific scrutiny or exhibit.

SECTION 24. Repatriation Claims and Agreements. – Should the cultural property registered in the Philippine Registry of Cultural Property be illicitly exported from the country, the Department of Foreign Affairs shall, upon the recommendation of the appropriate cultural agency, claim the right of repatriation vis-à-vis all other contracting States. Any compensation and costs shall be carried by the Philippine government.

For the protection of cultural and foreign affairs interests and to secure cultural heritage, the Philippines may conclude international treaties with contracting States on the import and repatriation of cultural property subject to the following conditions:

(a) The scope of the agreement must be cultural property of significant importance to the cultural heritage of the contracting States;

(b) The cultural property must be subject to the existing export policies for the purpose of protecting cultural heritage; and,

(c) The contracting States shall grant reciprocal rights.


ARTICLE VII

POWERS OF THE COMMISSION/CULTURAL AGENCIES


SECTION 25. Power to Issue a Cease and Desist Order. - When the physical integrity of the national cultural treasures or important cultural properties are found to be in danger of destruction or significant alteration from its original state, the appropriate cultural agency, shall immediately issue a Cease and Desist Order suspending all activities that will affect the cultural property. The local government unit which has the jurisdiction over the site where the immovable cultural property is located shall report the same to the appropriate cultural agency immediately upon discovery and shall promptly adopt measures to secure the integrity of such immovable cultural property. Thereafter, the appropriate cultural agency shall give notice to the owner or occupant of the cultural property and conduct hearing on the propriety of the issuance of the Cease and Desist Order. The suspension of the activities shall be lifted only upon the written authority of the appropriate cultural agency after due notice and hearing involving interested parties and stakeholders.


SECTION 26. Power to Issue Compulsory Repair Order. – When a privately-owned heritage site cannot be maintained by the owner or has fallen into disrepair thru neglect to such an extent that it will lose its potential for conservation, the Commission, through the appropriate cultural agency, may serve on the owner or occupant of such property, an order to repair or maintain such site. If the owner fails to comply with said order within thirty (30) to forty-five (45) days, repairs may be undertaken by the appropriate cultural agency for the account of the owner.


SECTION 27. Visitorial Powers. - The cultural agencies concerned, through the Commission, are hereby given the power to inspect National Cultural Treasures and Important Cultural Properties, and national historical landmarks, sites or monuments at any time to ensure the protection and integrity of such. They may also inspect public or private collections or objects that may be categorized as cultural property; Provided, That in the case of private collections or objects, the prior written consent of the owner shall be obtained.


SECTION 28. Power to Deputize Other Government Agencies. – The cultural agencies concerned, as well as the Commission, shall have the power to deputize the Philippine National Police, the National Bureau of Investigation, the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Philippine Coast Guard, and other local or national law enforcement agencies, including the Bureau of Fisheries’ agents, the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources’ rangers, the Bureau of Customs and Immigrations agents, members of the Office of the Special Envoy on Transnational Crimes and other such agencies and their successors in interest, to enforce the provisions of this Act and its implementing rules and regulations. The said agencies shall immediately detail their respective personnel to protect the cultural items under the National Registry.

Failure to follow deputization order of the concerned cultural agency as well as the Commission shall be penalized in accordance with Section 49herein.


SECTION 29. Power to Recover Cultural Properties. – The Commission is empowered to recover or retrieve cultural properties which are under the custody of foreign nationals or entities and to bring these properties back to Philippine custody.


SECTION 30. Anthropological Research and Archaeological Exploration/Excavation. –

(a) The National Museum with respect to cultural/ archaeological/ anthropological matters, and the National historical Institute, with respect to historical anthropological matters, shall regulate and control all anthropological research conducted by foreigners; and all archaeological excavation or exploration. Pursuant to the foregoing, the National Museums or the National Historical Institute shall deputize other agencies to protect archaeological and anthropological sites. It shall be guided by the following rules:

(1) All cultural property found in terrestrial and / or underwater archaeological sites belong to the State.

(2) No terrestrial and/or underwater archaeological explorations and excavations for the purposes of obtaining materials and data of cultural value shall be undertaken without written authority and direct site supervision by archaeologists and/or representatives of the National Museum;

(3) All anthropological researches, for the purpose of obtaining materials and data of cultural value and where the principal proponent is a foreign national shall be undertaken only with the authority, and under the supervision of the National Museum or the National Historical Institute. Anthropological research by Philippine nationals, especially members of the indigenous communities shall be encouraged;

(4) Archaeological or anthropological materials presumed as important cultural property shall be allowed to leave the country only upon proper evaluation and written permission of the National Museum or the National Historical Institute;

(5) All explorations and excavations undertaken wherein the caves, rock shelters and their vicinities may have been used in the prehistoric past by man either for habitation, religious and/or sacred and burial purposes all over the country, shall be under the direct jurisdiction and supervision of archaeologists and/or other experts of the National Museum;

(6) All mining activities inside caves, rock shelters and any such other areas shall require a written permit and clearance from the National Museum. An appropriate prior inspection by representatives of the National Museum, funded by the company applying for a mining right, shall be required to ensure that no archaeological materials are present and, possibly, destroyed;

(7) Excavations in caves, rock shelters and other areas by laymen are prohibited by this Act. All earth-moving activities in these areas must have the proper permit and clearance from the National Museum and monitored by their representatives;

(8) All treasure hunting permits and licenses shall be issued by the National Museum, which shall formulate the rules and regulations to adequately control, regulate and monitor all applicants for such undertakings; and

(9) The provisions of this Act on explorations and excavations of terrestrial and underwater archaeological sites shall supersede all local, municipal, regional and autonomous regional governments’ resolutions and ordinances.


(b) When the presence of any cultural or historical property is discovered, the National Museum or the National Historical Institute shall immediately suspend all activities that will affect the site and shall immediately notify the local government unit having jurisdiction of the place where the discovery was made. The local government shall promptly adopt measures to protect and safeguard the integrity of the cultural property so discovered and within five (5) days from the discovery shall report the same to the appropriate agency. The suspension of these activities shall be lifted only upon the written authority of the National Museum or the National Historical Institute and only after the systematic recovery of the archaeological materials.

(c) The Commission, upon the recommendation of the appropriate cultural agency, shall provide incentives for persons who discover and report heretofore unknown archaeological sites, in accordance with its rules and regulations implementing the provisions of this Act.

(d) Any government or non-government infrastructure project or architectural site development shall include anthropological, archaeological, and historical and heritage site conservation concerns in their Environmental Impact Assessment System.


ARTICLE VIII

ROLE OF CULTURAL AGENCIES

SECTION 31. Responsibilities of Cultural Agencies for Designation of Cultural Property. - The cultural agencies, in conformity with their respective charters, shall define and delineate their respective areas of responsibility with respect to cultural property and assessment of National Cultural Treasures and national historical landmarks, sites or monuments. These areas shall be subject to periodic re-assessment whenever necessary.

For purposes of this Act, the following shall be the responsibilities of cultural agencies in the categorization of cultural property:

(a) The Cultural Center of the Philippines shall be responsible for significant cultural property pertaining to the performing arts;

(b) The National Archives of the Philippines shall be responsible for significant archival materials;

(c) The National Library shall be responsible for rare and significant contemporary books, manuscripts such as, but not limited to, presidential papers, periodicals, newspapers, singly or in collection, and libraries and electronic records;

(d) The National Historical Institute shall be responsible for significant movable and immovable cultural property that pertains to Philippine History; heroes and the conservation of historical artifacts

(e) The National Museum shall be responsible for significant movable and immovable cultural and natural property pertaining to collections of Fine Arts, Archaeology, Anthropology, Botany, Geology, Zoology and Astronomy, including its conservation aspect; and

(f) The Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF) shall be responsible for the dissemination, development, and the promotion of the Filipino national language and the conservation of ethnic languages;


SECTION 32. Institutional Linkages of the National Cultural Agencies. - The cultural agencies and other national government agencies, as listed below, shall consult, coordinate and work closely with the Commission in the implementation of their respective programs/projects in the context of this Act. Furthermore, the Commission may link up with other agencies and institutions, as it may deem appropriate, as a way of dealing with conservation on a holistic manner.

(a) The Department of Tourism, and its attached agencies, which shall be responsible for cultural education among tourism services, and protection of cultural property supplemental to the jurisdiction of the cultural agencies as defined in this Act. The implementation and creation of a tourism master plan shall be consistent with this Act;

(b) The Intramuros Administration which shall be responsible for the restoration and administration of the development in Intramuros;

(c) The National Parks Development Committee as an attached agency of the Department of Tourism, which shall be responsible in supervising the development (beautification, preservation and maintenance) of Quezon Memorial, Fort Santiago, Luneta, Paco Park, Pook ni Maria Makiling and other national parks and satellite projects;

(d) The Department of Education which shall be responsible in instituting the governance of basic education act, and the conservation and restoration of its built heritage such as the significant Gabaldon School buildings as determined by the National Historical Institute;
(e) The Department of Public Works and Highways which shall be responsible in undertaking major infrastructure projects specifically in the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of national roads and bridges as they impact on heritage structures or aspects of heritage conservation;

(f) The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples in behalf of the country’s indigenous cultural communities, which shall coordinate with the national agencies on matters pertaining to Cultural Property under its jurisdiction;

(g) The Department of Environment and Natural Resources which shall be responsible for the establishment and management of the National Integrated Protected Areas System and the conservation of wildlife resources, including cave and cave resources and which shall coordinate with the National Commission on Indigenous peoples, the conservation of natural resources that are cultural sanctuaries of indigenous peoples;

(h) The Department of the Interior and Local Government which shall coordinate with the national cultural agencies on matters pertaining to Cultural Properties under its jurisdiction, and ensure that the provisions of this Act is properly executed by the local government unit;

(i) The Office of the Muslim Affairs which shall coordinate with the national cultural agencies on matters pertaining to Cultural Property under its jurisdiction;

(j) The UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines which shall be responsible for providing the liaison between the cultural agencies of the Philippines and UNESCO as well as assist the national cultural agencies in implementing the agreements and conventions adopted by the UNESCO of which the Philippines has ratified or is in the process of ratification;
(k) The Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board which shall coordinate with the local government units and the Commission on matters pertaining to the establishment and maintenance of Heritage Zones;
(l) The Autonomous Regional Government in Muslim Mindanao and the Cordillera Administrative Region which shall coordinate with the national cultural Agencies on matters pertaining to Cultural Property under their respective jurisdictions; and,

(m) The Office of the Special Envoy on Transnational Crimes which shall have the oversight and operational capacity to go after illicitly trafficked and stolen cultural treasures.


SECTION 33. Incorporation of Cultural Property Programs in Local Government Units Budgets. - The local government units are encourage to incorporate programs and budgets for the conservation and preservation of Cultural Property in their environmental, educational and cultural activities.


SECTION 34. Training Programs. - The Commission, in coordination with the appropriate cultural agencies shall provide general training programs on conservation to the local government units which have established cultural heritage programs and projects in their localities.


ARTICLE I X

CULTURAL PROPERTY INCENTIVES PROGRAM


SECTION 35. Tax Exemption on Donations. – All donations in any form to the Commission and its affiliated cultural agencies shall be exempt from the donor’s tax and the same shall be considered as allowable deduction form the gross income in the computation of the income tax of the donor, in accordance with the provisions of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997, as amended.


SECTION 36. National Heritage Resource Assistance Program. - The Commission may provide financial assistance in the form of a grant to historic, archaeological, architectural, artistic organizations for conservation or research on cultural property. No grant made pursuant to this Act shall be treated as taxable income.


SECTION 37. Awards and Citations. - To encourage preservation of the national heritage, the Commission shall establish an annual conservation recognition program under which monetary prizes, awards and citations will be given by the President of the Philippines, upon the recommendation of the Commission, for special achievements and important contributions and services in the area of heritage preservation and conservation efforts.


ARTICLE X

CULTURAL EDUCATION


SECTION 38. Incorporation of National Cultural Treasures and Important Cultural Property in the Basic Education System. - Within one (1) year from the effectivity of this Act, the Department of Education in coordination with the Commission’s Philippine Cultural Education Program shall formulate the cultural heritage education programs both for local and overseas Filipinos to be incorporated into the formal, alternative and informal education, with emphasis on the protection, conservation and preservation of cultural heritage property.

The Philippine Registry of Cultural Property shall likewise be incorporated into the formal, alternative, and informal education by the provincial and local governments.


SECTION 39. Cultural Heritage Education Program. - Within one (1) year from the effectivity of this Act, the Department of Education, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority and the Commission on higher Education in consultation with the Commission shall set forth in its teaching programs nationwide the following cultural heritage education programs with emphasis at the provincial, city and municipal levels:

(a) Protection, conservation and preservation of cultural heritage properties;

(b) Instructional materials in prints, film and broadcast media on the cultural and historical significance of cultural properties; and

(c) Visitation, public accessibility and information dissemination on designated local cultural properties.


SECTION 40. Public Accessibility. - Access to national historical landmarks, monuments and sites, whether designated as National Cultural Treasure, Important Cultural Property by the general public for visitation and information, and by government representatives for inspection, shall not be hindered except on reasonable cause. Fees, as prescribed by the cultural agency concerned, may in appropriate cases be charged to defray cost of conservation, inclusive of general maintenance and upkeep. In the case of privately owned monuments and sites, the National Historical Institute or the National Museum shall arrange with the owners the schedules of visits and regular inspection.

ARTICLE XI

CULTURAL HERITAGE WORKERS’ INCENTIVES PROGRAM


SECTION 41. Cultural Heritage Workers’ Incentives. - The national cultural agencies, in coordination with the Commission on Higher Education shall initiate scholarships, educational training programs, and other measures to protect the well being of curators, conservators, authenticators and valuators/appraisers of cultural property. Such cultural workers shall be given grants, incentives and scholarships upon the endorsement by the head of the appropriate cultural agency.

(a) Program for Cultural Heritage Workers. Within ninety (90) days from the effectivity of this Act, the Commission through the cultural agencies concerned shall come up with the following:

1) An active Roster of Authenticators and Valuators/Appraisers;

2) An education and training plan for conservators, authenticators, valuators/appraisers, and other conservation related workers; and

3) A general training plan on conservation for local government units.

(b) Application of Scientific Career Merit System. Cultural heritage workers in the Civil Service with a Doctorate, Master of Science, or Master of Arts Degree in fields related to cultural heritage promotion and conservation, shall be given the rank and benefits of Scientists, subject to qualifying standards equivalent to those prescribed in the scientific career merit system of the government.

A cultural heritage worker involved in science and technology in the government agencies shall be eligible for the benefits under Republic Act 8439 or the Magna Carta for Scientists, Engineers, Researchers and other S&T Personnel in Government. The Commission shall likewise establish a merit award system for non-civil service cultural heritage workers.


ARTICLE XII

SENTRO RIZAL


SECTION 42. Creation of Sentro Rizal. – There is hereby created and established a Sentro Rizal whose main purpose is the promotion of Philippine arts, culture and language throughout the world.

SECTION 43. Overseas Branches or Offices of Sentro Rizal. –Sentro Rizal shall have branches or offices in countries where there are children of overseas Filipino workers who need to be educated about their roots, as well as developed countries where there are large Filipino communities.

The office or branch shall be repository, inter alia, of the following materials on Philippine art, culture and language: books, digital video discs, compact discs, films, magazines, artworks, tourism promotion materials, information materials, etc. all these shall be made available to the public both Filipino and foreign.

SECTION 44. Coordination and Supervision with Philippine Schools. – The Sentro Rizal shall coordinate and supervise the Philippine Schools for Filipino children overseas.

SECTION 45. Services Offered. –The Sentro Rizal shall offer Filipino language courses for children and adults, as well as exhibits, small concerts, poetry reading, Philippine cuisine lessons in all Sentro Rizal branches.

SECTION 46. Provision of Tourism, Trade and Investment Materials to the Sentro Rizal. – The Department of Tourism, as well as the Department of Education, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Commission on Higher Education, National Historical Institute, National Archives, National Library, and the Cultural Center of the Philippines, shall provide tourism promotion materials to the Sentro Rizal overseas branches. In the same manner, the Department of Trade and Industry will also provide trade and investments materials.

SECTION 47. Appropriation. – The amount of One hundred million pesos (P100,000,000.00) necessary to carry out the provisions of this article shall be appropriated immediately to be generated from whatever source that are available in the National Treasury.


ARTICLE XIII

PENAL PROVISIONS


SECTION 48. Prohibited Acts. - To the extent that the offense is not punishable by a higher punishment under another provision of law, violations of this Act may be made by whoever intentionally:

(a) Destroys, demolishes, mutilates or damages any world heritage site national cultural treasures important cultural property, and archaeological and anthropological sites;

(b) Modifies, alters, or destroys the original features of or undertakes construction or real state development in any national shrine, monument, landmark and other historic edifices and structures, declared, classified, and marked by the National Historical Institute as such, without the prior written permission from the Commission. This includes the designated security or buffer zone, extending five (5) meters from the visible perimeter of the monument or site;

(c) Explores, excavates or undertakes diggings for the purpose of obtaining materials of cultural historical value without prior written authority from the National Museum. No excavation or diggings shall be permitted without the supervision of a certified archaeologist;

(d) Appropriates excavation finds contrary to the provisions of the New Civil Code and other pertinent laws;

(e) Imports, sells, distributes, procures, acquires, or exports cultural property stolen, or otherwise lost against the will of the lawful owner;

(f) Illicitly exports cultural property listed in the Philippine Registry of Cultural Property or those that may be categorized as such upon visitation or incorrectly declares the same during transit; and,

(g) Deals in cultural property without proper registration and license issued by the cultural agency concerned.


SECTION 49. Penal Provisions. - Upon conviction, the offender shall be subject to a fine of not less than Two Hundred Thousand Pesos (P200,000.00) or imprisonment for a term of not less than ten (10) years, or both upon the discretion of the Court: Provided, That any cultural property attempted to be concealed from registration or those intended to be encumbered or excavated in violation of this Act shall be summarily confiscated and forfeited in favor of the Commission: Provided further, That if the violation is committed by a juridical person, the president, manager, representative, director, agent or employee of said juridical person responsible for the act shall also be liable for the penalties provided herein: Provided furthermore, That if the acts are committed by dealers, they shall suffer, in addition to the penalties provide herein, the automatic revocation of their license to operate: Provided finally, That if the offender is an alien, he shall be placed under the custody of the Bureau of Immigration for the appropriate proceedings under this Act, and shall be summarily deported after serving his/her sentence.

Heads of departments, commissions, bureaus, agencies or offices, officers and/or agents found to have intentionally failed to perform their required duty as prescribed by the deputization order under Section 28 of this Act shall be liable for nonfeasance and shall be penalized in accordance with applicable laws.


If the offense involves the non-registration of a cultural property such as those referred to in Section 14, and the non-registration occurs upon or after proper notification by the Commission or the cultural agency concerned, the offender shall be subject to a fine of not less than ten thousand pesos (P10,000.00) but not more than one hundred thousand pesos (P100,000).

The concerned head of agency, officer and/or employee of the government entities mentioned in Section 31 shall be held liable for failure to consult and coordinate with the Commission for the damage to the cultural property resulting from the implementation of the entity’s program/project, and shall be meted the penalty mentioned in the first paragraph of this section: Provided, That the offender/s shall likewise be asked to pay for the repair or rebuilding of what has been damaged.

ARTICLE XIV

ENDOWMENT


SECTION 50. National Endowment for Culture and the Arts. – The sum of Five hundred million pesos (P500,000,000.00) shall be contributed by the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) and/or General Appropriations at the minimum rate of One hundred million pesos (P100,000,000.00) per year for five years, towards the establishment of a National Endowment for Culture and the Arts. Said amount shall be kept separate and deposited in a special account in the Bureau of Treasury specifically earmarked for culture and the arts.

ARTICLE XV

FINAL PROVISIONS


SECTION 51. Implementing Rules and Regulations. – The Commission, in consultation with other government agencies mentioned in this Act, shall promulgate the implementing rules and regulations within ninety (90) days after the effectivity of this Act.


SECTION 52. Repealing Clause. – Pertinent provisions of Republic Act No. 7356, the “Law Creating the National Commission for Culture and the Arts”; Republic Act No. 8492, the “National Museum Act of 1998”; Republic Act No. 9072, the “National Caves and Cave Resources Management and Protection Act”; and Republic Act No. 7942, the “Philippine Mining Act of 1995”; and all other laws, presidential decrees, executive orders and rules and regulations inconsistent with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

SECTION 53. Separability Clause. – Any portion or provision of this Act that may be declared unconstitutional shall not have the effect of nullifying other portions or provisions hereof as long as such remaining provisions can still subsist and be given effect.

SECTION 54. Effectivity Clause. – This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation.

Approved,

Monday, 6 February 2012

UAPCCD garners 74.53% passing rate in the January 2012 LEA

Congratulations to the New Architects from UAPCCD who made it in the January 2012 Licensure Exam for Architects! Out of the 106 examinees, 79 successfully hurdled the exam delivering a remarkable 74.53% passing percentage (national passing average is 50.83%)

The UAPCCD Family is proud of you!

1 ABAD Nasser N. EVSU
2 AGUILAR Jerich R. BSU
3 AHILLON Julie Ann A. CCP
4 BACAL Jerald N. MIT
5 BACONG Doie Argon MIT
6 BALTAZAR Richmond H. BPSU
7 BAUZON John Paulo C. UPang
8 BASTARECHE Eugene L. NDMU
9 BONDOC Ardy Q. HAU
10 BONDOC Johna O. NEUST
11 BORROMEO Joy R. CSPC
12 BRIONES Pierre Nicole Q. MIT
13 CANTOS Ryan Philip V. UST
14 CENTENO Jasper Guy O. BU
15 COSME Jenalyn B. UA
16 CRUZ Jaemi Cristina V. UST
17 CUBIL Celestino FEU
18 CUBILLO Karren PSU
19 DAPITAN Elmer Jr. I. PUP
20 DAQUIGAN John Adam O. PUP
21 DE GUZMAN Jhovan G. NDDU
22 DELA CRUZ Maria Ginelli PUP
23 DELA CRUZ Michell E. TUP
24 DELA TONGA Charlie E. BU
25 DUCAY Jean Kirstie B. USC
26 DULDULAO Don-Don D. BPSU
27 ESPELITA Christopher Jay C. MUST
28 ESTEL Aileen D. MLQU
29 ESTRADA Lester John C. UPang
30 FAVILA Danne P. UP
31 FRESNIDO Lucille R. PUP
32 FUENTEBELLA Lou Daniel C. EVSU
33 GATBONTON Erick UST
34 GUZMAN Ronald T. FEU
35 HEREDERO Michele C. PSU
36 JOGUILON Oliver A. BPSU
37 JOSUE Joseph Paulo G. MIT
38 LABIANO Dese Lea B. TIP -QC
39 LACSINA Abner C. HAU
40 LIBAO Jonathan C. UC
41 LING Jesi Alec M. UST
42 LOPEZ Angeline Marie C. UST
43 MADRID Leonard P. NEUST
44 MAGARA Roummel PUP
45 MANGUHIG Clint A. UM
46 MANUEL Edward R. MIT
47 MARASIGAN Eric UST
48 MASANGKAY Bernadette M. UST
49 MIRABETE Erick B. FEU
50 MUNSAYAC Marcela Joy P. AU
51 PANUGALING Erick T. MUST
52 PARMA Myla H. CSPC
53 POBLETE Karl Engelene E. BPSU
54 QUIAMBAO Kingberly L. HAU
55 QUIOZON Kathleen Joyce N. UST
56 RABINO Richard N. UC
57 RAGOJOS Kristel Eda L. USLT
58 RIVERA Anthony M. TIP -QC
59 RIVO Janella B. UST
60 ROSALLOSA Napoleon A. PUP
61 SALILING Roland Ryan E. AU
62 SANTIAGO Dianne C. UST
63 SANTOS Christian Darby T. UST
64 SEE Rachel Anne U. MIT
65 SOLITO Marianne L. TUP
66 SUELTO Anne Kristia P. UST
67 TABIJE Czarina Mae C. TUP
68 TALANA Ramon Jemuel G. PUP
69 TALUSIG Josa Camille C. TUP
70 TAN Alethea L. UST
71 TORDILL Lunizo Vincent Ii M. UB
72 TORRES Benito S. RTU
73 VALDEZ Allendy R. PSU
74 VILCHEZ Michael Angelo C. FEU
75 VINCO Herminia B. FEATI
76 YAP Earvin Garry M. MUST
77 YAP Mary Liza S. UST
78 YAP Robertson A. NDDU
79 ZABALA Mark Cris N. HAU

Thursday, 2 February 2012

January 2012 ARCHITECT LICENSURE EXAMINATION Results

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 822 out of
1,617 passed the Architect Licensure Examination (ALE) given by the Board of
Architecture.

The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places in the Architect Licensure Examination are the following:

1 SUDARSHAN VARSOVIA KHADKA JR - UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN 86.40
ANDREW MULATO WEE - UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS 86.40

2 MARIA FRANCESCA SALIDO LATAY- UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
86.30

3 KIM PATRICK LEGASPI PULLANTE - UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
85.70

4 MARINEL LANDETA SIEGA - UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
85.50

5 PAUL HENRICK MARTINEZ LETANA - UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
85.30

6 MARK JEFF MACADANGDANG TAPAWAN - PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITYURDANETA
84.40

7 CARLO RICHFIELD BAYONA GONZALES - UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
84.30
RUELAN CALINAWAN MIRA - CEBU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 84.30
WALFRIDO CARLOS SIMBUL - UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN 84.30

8 PRIME DARYL CALAMBA DELIMAN UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL 83.60

9 ARMEL ANDRE DINULOS BONIFACIO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 83.50

10 JEFFREY YEBES ECLEO - MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-MANILA 83.40

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
ARCHITECT LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JANUARY 27 & 29, 2012

1 ABAD, NASSER NARCIS
2 ABAPO, REY CLINT REDILLAS
3 ABAYAN, CHARISSE HONRADO
4 ABAÑO, JEFFREY AQUINO
5 ABELLO, CHITO LEONIDO
6 ABLAY, NERIEGRACE NIDEA
7 ABRIL, AGNES GAY ALIGAM
8 ACERDEN, JUSTINE ANN RECEDE
9 ADRIANO, BEE JAY HALOG
10 ADUCA, ARNOLD DEL ROSARIO
11 ADUNA, ERIC JOHN MILLER
12 AGAYON, ALFRED MARK RODRIGUEZ
13 AGSAWA, RYAN-JAY RICAMORA
14 AGUA, SALVADOR ZABALLA
15 AGUILA, CLARENCE JASPER CHANG
16 AGUILAR, JERICH REYES
17 AGUILAR, JEROME REYES
18 AGUILAR, MYLENE MULDONG
19 AGUILLON, PAUL SANTOS
20 AGUINALDO, MARLON RAMOS
21 AGUIRRE, LESLIE ANNE GONZALES
22 AHILLON, JULIE ANN ARAGO
23 AJERO, LYNARD CAUSING
24 ALABAT, LAILANIE ACIERTO
25 ALBERTO, LEA SHEZEL LANDICHO
26 ALBURO, ALVIN MILAN
27 ALCALA, MARLEI GONOCRUZ
28 ALCANTARA, LAWRENCE AMPARADO
29 ALCAZAR, VAN RYAN CAUYAN
30 ALEGRO, CORAZON ERIDEROS
31 ALFONSO, JHENNEN MARIN
32 ALIADO, VEANA CARLEENA DELA CRUZ
33 ALINSASAGUIN, JAN NC ALBOROTE
34 ALVARIO, ANTONIO PAOLO MASILANG
35 ALVIZ, LIEZEL ANNE SOTTO
36 AMBRAY, MARY MAE ROSETE
37 AMBROCIO, FERNAN MAGBITANG
38 AMBROSIO, FENELLA ROSE CASTILLO
39 AMLIH, AINUNSIHA MARY DIN BACOY
40 ANDINO, ALBIEANN CLAROSE PAUNLAGUI
41 ANGELES, CONRADO JR PASCUAL
42 ANGELES, LIZA MORALES
43 ANGELES, STEPHANNY GARGAR
44 ANICIETE, MELVIN DELA CRUZ
45 ANTES, PAUL RYAN MORADA
46 ANTONIO, LUIGIE LACABA
47 ANZA, JOSEPH RYAN BULAWAN
48 APIGO, JUANITO JR CLAVE
49 APNO, EDUARD AGRAAM
50 APOSTOL, JOHN JEFFERSON OCAMPO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Released on FEBRUARY 2, 2012
Seq. No. N a m e
51 APUAD, SHERRYL SALAMATIN
52 AQUINO, MARK JOSEPH DEL ROSARIO
53 ARAO, IRENEO JR BABASA
54 ARCE, MARK GABRIEL BAILON
55 ARDIENTE, RIA FE BUNSOCAN
56 ARGUELLES, MARIA KRISTINA SAPINOSO
57 ARGUILLA, CHRIS MICHAEL FUERTE
58 ARMENDI, ANDREW MALANYAON
59 ARTIENDA, JAMES BRIAN HILARIO
60 ASERON, RAMNICK MONTENEGRO
61 ASINAS, FREDERICK ESTACIO
62 ASPERA, JON O'NEAL BARCELON
63 ASUNCION, MARVIN TIBURCIO
64 ATIENZA, CARLOUIE DALINOC
65 AUREADA, MAYLYN BABASA
66 AUSTRIA, ARNOLD ACERO
67 AVECILLA, LUIGI ALEXANDER SUMANGA
68 AYUNON, WILFREDO JR BENOZA
69 AZARCON, NICK PHILIP HACHERO
70 AÑONUEVO, JIOMEY LEUTERIO
71 BACAL, JERALD NOCHE
72 BACALTOS, FEDERICO GARCIA
73 BACCAY, PATRICK CALICA
74 BACONG, DOIE ARGON AGUILA
75 BACOY, GLENN PALCE
76 BADIDLES, JESSIE BONAPARTE JR NAVAL
77 BAHAN, IAN SAPONG
78 BALANDRA, GRACIELA PEROJA
79 BALDONADO, TARA LOU REYNOSO
80 BALDOVINO, KELVIN JOHN BALLADA
81 BALDOZA, JOSELITO RAMOS
82 BALILO, ANGEL JR ANICETE
83 BALINGASA, ALVIN IGNACIO
84 BALLESIL, ROSELLA DAYRIT
85 BALTAZAR, DANICA GIL SAMSON
86 BALTAZAR, RICHMOND HICBAN
87 BANIQUED, GUIO CARLO SARMIENTO
88 BAQUIRAN, MA BETH CALIGUIRAN
89 BARBA, ANNA GIANELLI AUSTRIA
90 BARRERA, REYVAN CARPEN
91 BARROGA, JULIE ANN SAGUID
92 BARTOLO, ARIES CALDERON
93 BASANGAN, ANNA JANE CAJAYON
94 BASTARECHE, EUGENE LENTIJA
95 BATALLA, ALVIN RYAN TE
96 BATANES, KRISTEL ANNE OLANIO
97 BATILLER, DANILO PANILAGA
98 BAUTISTA, ALVIN CORONIA
99 BAUTISTA, APRIL GRACE CUENCA
100 BAUTISTA, LOUIE BOLOS
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Released on FEBRUARY 2, 2012
Seq. No. N a m e
101 BAUTISTA, MEDEL DARIA
102 BAUZON, JOHN PAULO CAPITO
103 BAWAR, MAHALLIL TOLEDO
104 BAYABORDA, NOEMI PAZ BENSON
105 BAYRON, MARIA PRINCESS REMOLADOR
106 BECO, ALEENA CYRA MARCELO
107 BELAS, ROLANDO SUAREZ
108 BELDIA, MADELAINE JOYCE VILLAPANDO
109 BELLEN, ALYN ALBA
110 BELONIAS, JAMES CESAR VILLALUNA
111 BELTRAN, HAROLD GLENN UNLAYAO
112 BENDAL, JOMAR BOLA
113 BENTILLO, JONATHAN JUREY TUNDAG
114 BERDEJO, JAN RAE GUARDIALAO
115 BERNAL, JOEY CAALAMAN
116 BERNARDO, ARLIAN FERNANDO
117 BERNARDO, BENJAMIN GABRIEL CRUZ
118 BERNARDO, MICHAEL ARCENA
119 BERNARDO, ROWELYN ALESSANDRA NAVAL
120 BETAN, ARNEL SUAREZ
121 BIGOL, CARMELLO D'JAY AQUINO
122 BLUE, CHERRY LYNN URSUA
123 BOCO, FEBBIE DYLENE ELPEDEZ
124 BODO, CRESCENTE KIM JR NIVERA
125 BOHOLANO, GEORGE STEWART QUIJANO
126 BONDOC, ARDY QUIAMBAO
127 BONDOC, JOHNA OCAMPO
128 BONIFACIO, ARMEL ANDRE DINULOS
129 BONILLA, JAIME JR PALATTAO
130 BORJA, JADE TYM DENIEGA
131 BORLAGDAN, JAIME JOHANN UY
132 BORROMEO, JOY RAYNANCIA
133 BORROMEO, RICARDO BRANDON ESPERON
134 BRIGINO, MICHELLE ESPIRITU
135 BRIGINO, NOEL MENDOZA
136 BRINGAS, ROBERTSON FERNANDEZ
137 BRIONES, ANNA DEBBIE MANALO
138 BRIONES, PIERRE NICOLE QUINDOY
139 BRITO, ISIAH JESUS PALMA
140 BUENA-AGUA, AARON JAZO
141 BUGARIN, SHEENA LOU DOCOT
142 BUITIZON, JOSEPH SY
143 BULAN, ANGELO MACAPALLAG
144 BULAN, RAMON MANUEL JAIME JR MARABABOL
145 BULAYO, ELMA CAMBUSA
146 BURKLEY, JO ANNE CHI
147 BUSTAMANTE, ELWIN VILLANUEVA
148 BUSTOS, JUAN POCHOLO LIM
149 CAASI, VIVIENNE GENEVIEVE DE PERIO
150 CABAGUIO, AURELIO II BANTONORE
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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151 CABAHUG, GINN ALFORNICUS TOGLE
152 CABAUATAN, WREN SURTIN
153 CABIGAO, SESINANDO JR MASALTA
154 CABIGAS, OLGA SANCHEZ
155 CABRADILLA, RYAN RINDON
156 CABRERA, CHARMAINE MARIE SUMUGAT
157 CADIENTE, JEFFREY CASTILLO
158 CAHANDING, PAUL MAURICIO
159 CAINTIC, JEVI JOSYLE BELEN
160 CALDERON, GIANCARLO SUNGLAO
161 CALIMAG, JEFFERSON AFUNAY
162 CALING, CIELO CONICONDE
163 CALIWAG, VANNIA BAUTISTA
164 CAMACHO, STEFAN BUTIC
165 CAMPOS, EDPHER DAVID
166 CANTOS, RYAN PHILIP VASQUEZ
167 CARANDANG, JOHN ANGELO BATI
168 CARIDO, JONATHAN ZENITH
169 CARLING, GINO BACLILI
170 CASAO, JEMAIEL JAMES DURAN
171 CASAYURAN, ALVIN JUNE EMERSON VALEROZO
172 CASERA, NEIL ANTHONY SEBASTIAN
173 CASOLOCAN, OLIVER REMENTIZO
174 CASSION, RECOLITO JR TAC-AL
175 CASTARDO, JEEN DANO
176 CASTILLO, JAYMEE VICENCIO
177 CASTILLO, MICHAEL ALMORADIE
178 CASTRO, OLIVIA KEIAN BUENVIAJE
179 CATAP, JOSE MARI REGALA
180 CENTENO, JASPER GUY OLIVEROS
181 CENTENO, VANESSA ARCILLA
182 CERCADO, IRENE QUEZON
183 CEREZO, ARGELIN NALLAS
184 CERRERO, MICHAEL VALEROS
185 CHA, LEELANIE HERRERA
186 CHAN, JAMES ANDREW MONTEMOR
187 CHAN, MIKE STEPHEN PY
188 CHAO, FRANKSON RIVERA
189 CHARITA, MELNAR MORENO
190 CHAVEZ, OLIVER MIGUEL
191 CHAVEZ, VINCENT SIMORA
192 CHUA, ENGELBERT RICAMARA
193 CHUA, MANGELICA AVES
194 CHUA, ROLANDO JR CASTRO
195 CHULVO, EDGARDO JR BONIFACIO
196 CIMENI, OLIVER CABEL
197 CLEMENTE, EMILIO SALAMAT
198 CO, ARON CHRISTIAN ARIOLA
199 COMIA, MARIO JR BARTISO
200 CONCEPCION, JAN ROGER NICOLAS
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201 CONCON, GENARO JR DAQUIS
202 CONTAWE, ALVIN PATRICK AZARCON
203 CORPORAL, MARY JOY CAMOÑAS
204 CORPUZ, ROMMELL STEPHEN CRUZ
205 CORTADO, CHONA SABATE
206 CORTEZ, JOYDEL BUNDANG
207 CORTEZ, MARIA KRISELLE LOPEZ
208 COSME, JENALYN BACANI
209 COSMO, CHARINA LACANG
210 COSTALES, LAURENZ FIRME
211 CREDO, ROSELLE VILLAR
212 CRISOSTOMO, NEMESIO III VALDERAMA
213 CRUZ, CHARMAINE DE GUZMAN
214 CRUZ, DENNIS ALBERT LEYSON
215 CRUZ, EDWARD MICHAEL MARIANO
216 CRUZ, JAEMI CRISTINA VALONES
217 CRUZ, MARK KEVIN RIGODON
218 CRUZ, MICHAEL GANZON
219 CUBIL, CELESTINO JR SALANG
220 CUBILLO, KARREN GAZELLE JALECO
221 CUSTADO, EDGARDO SABILE
222 CUSTODIO, ALBERTO PECHO
223 DADO, BASIL CANILLAS
224 DALANON, SALVE MARIE SALIVIO
225 DAMIAN, STEPHEN DANN MONTANO
226 DANTES, MAGNOLIA DELA CRUZ
227 DAPITAN, ELMER JR IBARRA
228 DAQUIGAN, JOHN ADAM ORTEGA
229 DASCO, LEONOR DACILLO
230 DAYAO, JUAN EMMANUEL SURIO
231 DAÑAS, JEROME TUCAY
232 DE CHAVEZ, KRISTA MARIE BANDILLA
233 DE FRANCIA, LAISA SANTOS
234 DE GUZMAN, JENNA LEAH TORRES
235 DE GUZMAN, JHOVAN GARMINO
236 DE GUZMAN, JOSE MARIA ANTONIO ISIO
237 DE GUZMAN, LEAH FRANCISCO
238 DE GUZMAN, MARIA FELICITAS BELEN MESINA
239 DE GUZMAN, ROUCHELL MAGTANONG
240 DE LA CRUZ, JESSIE JR MABALOT
241 DE LEON, KATRIN ANN POE
242 DE LOS REYES, JOJO FELICIANO
243 DE ROMA, JIEN CARMELA QUIJANO
244 DEE, BRIAN LOO TAN
245 DEL MUNDO, NEIL KARLO CERVANIA
246 DEL ROSARIO, ALLAN SABAULAN
247 DEL ROSARIO, JHUNIE RHOSE SANTOS
248 DELA CRUZ, CONRAD BARBACION
249 DELA CRUZ, KAREN VELASCO
250 DELA CRUZ, MARIA GINELLI DELA CRUZ
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251 DELA CRUZ, MICHELL ENAJE
252 DELA CRUZ, RACSIANNE FABIAN
253 DELA CRUZ, RELLEN DELA ROSA
254 DELA TONGA, CHARLIE ESCUETA
255 DELGADO, SANTIAGO JR BAGUNAS
256 DELIMAN, PRIME DARYL CALAMBA
257 DELOS REYES, ARIANNE MAE EDUCALANE
258 DELOS SANTOS, KENNY ABELITA
259 DEMIN, HEINGILBERT FERRER
260 DESQUITADO, JASPER ANDREW BAILON
261 DICHOSO, IRISH MARINO
262 DIESCA, TYRONE BERGANIO
263 DIMALANTA, JEREMY REX CORTEZ
264 DIRIGE, CARIZZA DALE CANSECO
265 DISO, LILLIAN KATE CASTILIAN
266 DIZON, FREDERICK NIEL MOJADO
267 DIZON, JONATHAN DONNE SANTOS
268 DIZON, MARLON PELANGO
269 DIZON, SHERWIN TEVES
270 DOCDOCIL, CHERYLL ANN VEDUA
271 DOCTOR, JOSEPH YMATA
272 DOLORICON, VICTORIA INSURECCION MANOGAN
273 DOMIÑOS, IAN ESPADERO
274 DONEZA, DONNA DAWN TAGRA
275 DORDE, CARMELA TERESITA BERSABE
276 DORIA, GRAND MICHAEL WEE SIT
277 DOROYAN, ERSHE MAE ACOSTA
278 DUCAY, JEAN KIRSTIE BUSA
279 DUKA, MARIO ENRIQUE AVISADO
280 DULDULAO, DON-DON DIGMA
281 DUMAS, LINO NICCOLO MARTILLO
282 DUPAYA, THOMAS JAMES REGUALOS
283 DY, DENNIS ZUÑIGA
284 DY, JUDITH FAYE TAN
285 ECLEO, JEFFREY YEBES
286 EISMA, CAYETANO JR CASTILLO
287 ELERIA, MELISSA PAINITAN
288 ENCELA, JEAN KARMIE MARDO
289 ENDAYA, MEL JAMES IBIA
290 ERANO, MIKIL JUMAWID
291 ERAZO, ELAINE ARGUZON
292 ERESE, JEMERSON VILLENA
293 ESCAL, MELANDRO DE TORRES
294 ESCUDERO, STEPHEN TOROBA
295 ESLER, MARIO MAGNAYE
296 ESPELITA, CHRISTOPHER JAY CABILOGAN
297 ESPESO, JOEL MARCELINO
298 ESTEL, AILLEEN DIONISIO
299 ESTIPONA, DONALD PADILLA
300 ESTRADA, CARLO AMAN
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301 ESTRADA, LESTER JOHN CAMACHO
302 ESTRADA, MARK ALLAN DOMINGO
303 EVANGELISTA, IVAHN LANG
304 EVANGELISTA, RUBIELYN FAUSTINO
305 EVARDONE, BENJIE OTIS
306 FAGARAGAN, ENGELL FRANZ TAMAYO
307 FAJARDO, ARCHIE SANTOS
308 FALGUERA, MELISSA NUGUIT
309 FAVILA, DANNE PEDRERA
310 FELICIANO, ROMMEL ENGUERO
311 FERANCULLO, ALFRED CIPRIANO
312 FERNANDO, HERMAS AL SALES
313 FERRER, CARL MARC ALCALA
314 FERRER, RUYZL CORTEZ
315 FERRER, STANLEY JORDAN MALLANAO
316 FILAMOR, MARIA CARMINA GARCIA
317 FIRMALINO, LUIGI RAPHAEL JACILDO
318 FLORENTINO, CLAIRE MARIE LEE
319 FLORES, CHRISTIAN DAVID ARGARIN
320 FLORES, CHRISTINE MARIE MATULAC
321 FLORES, PIA ALEXANDRIA ANDAL
322 FOJAS, GERALD PEREA
323 FORONDA, EMMAN ASUNCION
324 FRANCISCO, IRISH LOPEZ
325 FRANCISCO, JOHN REDENTHOR BELENARIO
326 FRANCO, ALODY SIBYL VELASCO
327 FRESNIDO, LUCILLE RICO
328 FUENTEBELLA, LOU DANIEL COLINARES
329 FUNA, RAPHAEL ENCARNACION
330 FUSIN, WILLIAM JR NACITA
331 GABINETE, LEROY AMBROSIO
332 GABUYA, ANGELI ROSE FRANCISCO
333 GADIANO, KRYSTAL-MARIE SUAYBAGUIO
334 GADO, JESSICA CORTEZ
335 GALANG, ADAM KASPER RIVERA
336 GAMBOL, RAYMOND GALLENERO
337 GAMO, ANTHONY IVAN III MACARAEG
338 GAMOS, ALBERICO MENDOZA
339 GANDIA, JEREMIAH MIGUEL RESURRECCION
340 GANON, MARK JOHN DELIZ
341 GARCIA, CRYSTAL GRACE OTACAN
342 GARCIA, DANIEL CHRISTIAN AUSTRIA
343 GARCIA, ERINE MARIE CARREON
344 GARCIA, JASON ROBERT DISTOR
345 GARCIA, JERRY ESCARPE
346 GARCIA, KLEIN RYAN PINATACAN
347 GARCIA, MICHELLE NAVA
348 GARCIA, PAUL MYRON DELMO
349 GATBONTON, ERICK SAMONTE
350 GEMANIL, YVAN GIEL SIMBULAN
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351 GENATO, MARIA EDELIZA MALABANAN
352 GENERILLO, SHANE ANGCAYA
353 GENESILA, MARY JANE TAMON
354 GERILLA, ABEGAIL TAYOBONG
355 GERONA, BRYAN FORTUNATO
356 GEROY, ROMMEL GICO
357 GIANAN, ROEL MIJARES
358 GICANAL, WILLIAM ZARSADIAS
359 GILLESANIA, RYAN CAMBEL
360 GIMENO, PAUL JOHN ESPINOSA
361 GLER, ROSA VILMA PABLO
362 GO, JAN IAN ARGANA
363 GO, JERSON BENSOY
364 GOBASCO, RYAN OCENAR
365 GOMEZ, GERALD PETER DEYPARINE
366 GONZALES, ANNE KATHLEEN DYTIANQUIN
367 GONZALES, CARLO RICHFIELD BAYONA
368 GONZALES, JAY AR PANLILIO
369 GONZALES, KRYSTLE DELA CRUZ
370 GONZALES, WALTON JOHN LEMOS
371 GONZALEZ, JOHANNES FRANCOIS CENTONES
372 GRADO, JOSEPH YEE
373 GUARIN, LEO BRIONES
374 GUARIN, VENICE ANN ABANES
375 GUERRA, MARVIN FARO
376 GUERRERO, DARYLL JAMES RAMOS
377 GULFAN, MILES CABRADILLA
378 GUNDA, RONALD ALLAN PLATA
379 GUZMAN, RONALD TAYAO
380 HEREDERO, MICHELE COROÑA
381 HERNANDEZ, CARLO AXALAN
382 HERNANDEZ, ELAINE JOY TOLENTINO
383 HERNANDEZ, NOELIEN KARL MONTEAGUDO
384 HILAUS, CRYSTAL GAYLE LUGO
385 HIMULDANG, JAY-AR OLANI
386 HONEYCUTT, JEANNE CARMI DRUECO
387 HONRALES, KAREN FUA
388 HORTINELA, KRISTINE THERESE GONZAGA
389 IBARRIENTOS, GREGGY GONZALES
390 ICASAS, JOHN REY IROJO
391 INHAYNES, MABELLE CAMINGUE
392 ISTURIS, VANESSA PEARL PRADO
393 ITURALDE, ABNER CRISOSTOMO
394 IYOG, JONALD FRANCIS GAYO
395 JALDO, MARIA JACINTA MAJAH CORDIAL
396 JAO FRANCIA, FERDINAND JR NAVARRO
397 JARDIN, ROWENA SOTO
398 JASA, MARIA EUREZA NOLASCO
399 JAVIER, MARIA FATIMA DAPLAS
400 JAVIER, RUSSELL ORINDAY
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401 JAYLONI, ERIC LOZANO
402 JIMENEZ, CAROLINE VIDAL
403 JOGUILON, OLIVER AGUAS
404 JORDAN, MARK ALEXANDER ORTIGUERO
405 JOSUE, JOSEPH PAULO GAPUZ
406 JOSUE, KORINNA YSABEL NEPOMUCENO
407 JUANIZA, GABRIEL ARCUS
408 KHADKA, SUDARSHAN JR VARSOVIA
409 LABAY, JEFFREY NELSON II KALAW
410 LABAYEN, CARMELA MARIE LACSON
411 LABIANO, DESE LEA BOSQUE
412 LABIS, MARLON VENTURA
413 LABRO, DIOSDADO III CORPUZ
414 LACSINA, ABNER JR CASTOR
415 LACUATA, JAMES FLORENCE ASPIRAS
416 LADIA, ARJAY PALAYAO
417 LAGMAN, KRISTINE MAGAYANES
418 LAGRIMAS, JERICO JAMES PADER
419 LAGURA, JULIUS MACUSE
420 LAISON, REGIE SANCHEZ
421 LANTIN, SARAH PADURA
422 LATAY, MARIA FRANCESCA SALIDO
423 LAWAGUEY, JASON JAMES LIIS
424 LAZONA, NATHANIEL BORJA
425 LEE, FREDERICK CHONG
426 LETANA, PAUL HENRICK MARTINEZ
427 LIBAO, JONATHAN CALICA
428 LICUDINE, GIANCARLO ABERIN
429 LIM, ANGELO NICHOLO CARAAN
430 LIMBO, MARIANNE JOY GERMAN
431 LING, JESI ALEC MANGALINO
432 LINGAT, BENIAMOR JR SABADO
433 LINGAT, PIEL ANTHONY MACALINAO
434 LINSANGAN, ARTHUR MACARAIG
435 LIPANA, MA KRISTINA RIVERA
436 LISONDRA, RUSTICO IV CONTE
437 LIU, JEROME VINCENT JAVIER
438 LIWANAG, MA CONSOLATRIX LEICA DEL ROSARIO
439 LLAMAS, IVANPOL RICAFRANCA
440 LOCSON, JOMAR ANGELES
441 LOGDAT, PAMELA RABI
442 LOLONG, JOAN CHRISTINE BAUTOS
443 LOPEZ, ANGELINE MARIE CARDENAS
444 LOPEZ, ANTONIO JR SORIANO
445 LOPEZ, NERISSA ANGELI CERVANTES
446 LOPLOP, EDDIE GOMEZ
447 LOPLOP, JERRIC DIO
448 LUCILO, JOHN ROSS NAMIA
449 LUGO, JAY PATRICK AYADO
450 LUMBOY, DONALD ALCANTARA
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451 LUMBUAN, AMANDO ROBLES
452 LUNGAY, SANNYLITO ESPADERO
453 MA, MONICA MENETTE DAVID
454 MACALANGGAN, RANDY DADIVAS
455 MACANLALAY, AARON JOSEPH ODVINA
456 MACASIL, FLEET WOOD VITUG
457 MACEDA, ANTONIO III DAMIT
458 MACHUCA, LUIS JR PUNSALAN
459 MADREDIA, ANNA MARGARITA OFILAS
460 MADRID, LEONARD PERALTA
461 MAGARA, ROUMMEL URRIZA
462 MAGISTRADO, JUNALEY KHRISTINE CARULLO
463 MAGLAQUI, JERWIN GARCIA
464 MALLARI, FERDINAND BALAGTAS
465 MALLILLIN, ROGELIO JR ARCHETA
466 MALLORCA, ZAHRA BARCENA
467 MAMANSAG, SHERWIN QUINIANO
468 MAMARIL, BERNARDO JURUENA
469 MANAHAN, RICHARD SANTOS
470 MANALO, MARLON II AGUILA
471 MANALO, OFMAN BRUCA
472 MANALOTO, ERWIN DE GUZMAN
473 MANALOTO, ROXANNE APRIL ZURBITO
474 MANALOTO, STEPHANIE ANN SANTOS
475 MANATAD, VERGELIO JR SABULAO
476 MANGAMPAT, MARIA KATRINA ATIENZA
477 MANGARAN, ELLA ELLYKA REYES
478 MANGUHIG, CLINT ALAMIN
479 MANIAGO, DAVIDLOU MAGAT
480 MANUEL, EDWARD ROSARIO
481 MANUEL, MONICA ISABEL GARDON
482 MANUZON, MARINA NICOLE PUNZAL
483 MARANAN, CAMILLE GATDULA
484 MARASIGAN, ERIC JOSEPH CURA
485 MARAÑON, EUNY MABEL YANSON
486 MARGALLO, ROBERT JAY AUSTRIA
487 MARI, JAYSON CLARETE
488 MARIANO, RYAN GABRIEL MELO
489 MARTIN, LAWRENCE CALUAG
490 MARTIN, LEONARD JOSEPH LEDESMA
491 MARZAN, MARK-ANTHONY LAURIO
492 MASANGKAY, BERNADETTE MARQUINEZ
493 MASANGKAY, MICHAEL IAN ECHON
494 MASCARIÑAS, ISADORA CABUG-OS
495 MASILLEM, BRYNNER WA-ACON
496 MASULA, RYAN TORIAGA
497 MATA, NIÑO LAWRENCE KENSAN SARENO
498 MATA, SHANDY TALATTAD
499 MATEO, THOMAS EDISON ACUÑA
500 MATITO, MARC JOSEFF YUMOL
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501 MATUCAD, ELIAS JR OSEA
502 MATUGUINAS, ANN MARGRETTE SANTOS
503 MATUTE, MABELLE RODRIGUEZ
504 MEDINA, BEVERLY JOY UNGRIANO
505 MEDINA, LINDON CAIREL
506 MEDIOS, DENNIS JAY CASTRO
507 MEGINO, DARWIN ORTAÑEZ
508 MENDOZA, EDWARD THEODORE DE GUZMAN
509 MENDOZA, GIANCARLO CENON CALIGUIA
510 MENDOZA, JENNIFER SERRANO
511 MENESES, JOEY ABALOS
512 MENESES, MARLON REÑON
513 MIGRASO, CYNDEL BALANAG
514 MIGUEL, MARIA CLARA FILLAR
515 MIJARES, JORGE JR ALIÑABON
516 MILANIS, ALEXANDER JR QUIZON
517 MIRA, RUELAN CALINAWAN
518 MIRABETE, ERICK BONTO
519 MIRASOL, AARON ENOVA
520 MON, RALPH CHRISTIAN LOPEZ
521 MONDALA, GERALD RAMOS
522 MONDOÑEDO, MIGUEL ARTURO SAN JUAN
523 MONREAL, ANNABELLE DAÑAS
524 MONTA, JAMIR ROJAS
525 MONTERO, MARILYN ANDES
526 MONTES, CHESTER GALASA
527 MORALES, EDWARD BENDAÑA
528 MORALES, KENNETH VISTAL
529 MOROTA, KATRINA THERESE CABINTOY
530 MUNSAYAC, JAYSON GONZALES
531 MUNSAYAC, MARCELA JOY PADILLA
532 MURILLO, JAN JOSEPH PABILIC
533 MUÑOZ, ASHER JOSHUA NUNAG
534 NACINO, ALVARO DEE
535 NACISVALENCIA, GINIELYN SIGNIO
536 NALLOS, MINDY MONTENEGRO
537 NAVARRO, RENWICK BEHRENS TOLENTINO
538 NAVARRO, THEA CARMINA DELIZO
539 NAÑO, CHRISTINE ROBLEZA
540 NERONA, JOMAR PELAYO
541 NG, JOHN VINCENT MERCADO
542 NINTE, RENE ANTHONY GULANES
543 NIPAL, MARLON CHRISTOPHER RELENTE
544 NODALO, JANICE GUERRERO
545 OBENARIO, PHIL-AM NADAL
546 OCAMPO, LORRELYN SOLIVEN
547 OCAMPO, RONALD BRIONES
548 ODAN, CHARMENNE DIANE VENIEGAS
549 OFICIAR, ROLAND CERVANTES
550 OMBAO, JOHN OMAR ALACAR
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551 ONG, APPLE GRACE
552 ONG, CHARISSE JERMAINE UY
553 ONG, FRANCIS ESQUIVEL
554 ONG, KENNETH AGUISANDO
555 ORDOÑEZ, JOSE NIÑO REYES
556 ORENSE, MERYL FRANCES CORDOVA
557 ORODIO, JEFFERSON ALONZO
558 ORTEGA, JEFFREY RADAM
559 OTIVAR, EMIL IDJAO
560 PABUSTAN, JAY ARDEE ISAIS
561 PABUSTAN, RIODINO TOLENTINO
562 PACHECO, ISIDRO CAJUCOM
563 PACIENCIA, JEAROEVEM MARIE LABAJO
564 PADULLON, MISHELLE MAYOR
565 PAGUIA, ANNA ANGELI GUERRERO
566 PAGULAYAN, PETER JOHN DELA CRUZ
567 PALAPAL, RONNEL ESTRELLA
568 PANAGSAGAN, MARY GRACE PATRICIO
569 PANGANIBAN, ARPHEE MANLULU
570 PANGANIBAN, JOSELLE MARIE ESCUETA
571 PANTALEON, ARIANE LLAGAS
572 PANTE, SIEGFREY MENDIOLA
573 PANTIG, ELLA MAE LLADONES
574 PANUGALING, ERIK TAGUIC
575 PARAFINA, RIA ZENICE LAM
576 PARAON, ANNE ROSE
577 PARMA, MYLA HAYAG
578 PASAY, ABIGAIL LIWANAG
579 PASCO, CHERRY GRACE JOSON
580 PASCUAL, JENECIS JOEY COLOMA
581 PASTORAL, JOHN NEIL RODRIGUEZ
582 PATOC, ARMI FAITH DE LEON
583 PAU, LOUISE DAYE LEYNES
584 PAYNADO, PAUL RYAN CELZO
585 PECHAYCO, JAYVEE SOLIS
586 PEDRAJAS, REA ROSE SORIANO
587 PELAEZ, EVONIE AMIHAN
588 PELECIO, MERBEN JOSEPH MAPUTOL
589 PELONIO, ROFEL PANDIA
590 PENAFLORIDA, KRISTIAN PALOMARES
591 PERALTA, MARIA KARISSA DE LEON
592 PERAMIDE, JAN MICHAEL JAMERO
593 PEREZ, LEONARDO II VILLANUEVA
594 PEÑA, JUAN PAULO FERRIOLS
595 PIANGCO, TEOFILO JR BALDOMAR
596 PIMENTEL, GRACECHELLE MALINAO
597 PINEDA, BENEDICT ADIZAS
598 PINEDA, JOSE MANUEL NATIVIDAD
599 PINEDA, LANY ANGELA DULA
600 POBLETE, KARL ENGELENE ELVAMBUENA
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601 PONCE, AMELIA KARLA ELVAS
602 PONGASE, DONNA BELLE CALIJAN
603 PONIO, MICHAEL ANGELO DE JESUS
604 PRECIOSO, MARIA ODELIA CATACUTAN
605 PRIETO, JOSE PANTALEON SAGON
606 PRINDIANA, JOSE JULIUS BOBIER
607 PULLANTE, KIM PATRICK LEGASPI
608 QUIAMBAO, KINGBERLY LINGAT
609 QUIJADA, FRANCIS GREGORY SACAMAY
610 QUIMIO, JASON ARMECIN
611 QUIMOSING, ROWEL DIAZ
612 QUINDOZA, ZHERIVIE NOLLODA
613 QUINIT, GILBERT PANGONILO
614 QUINTO, JENNILINE REY
615 QUINTOS, GETHER ANGELO VILLARUEL
616 QUIOZON, KATHLEEN JOYCE NAAG
617 QUIZON, KIM PAULO LUPIG
618 RABAGO, ARIAN CABALLERO
619 RABINO, RICHARD NERONA
620 RAGASA, KATHLYN REMULAR
621 RAGOJOS, KRISTEL EDA TAMAYO
622 RAGUDO, JUNEIL VICTOR RAPANUT
623 RAMIREZ, MARCELO PHILIPPE ZOTOMAYOR
624 RAMON, DENNIS HOGAT
625 RAMOS, DEAN MICHAEL NISMAL
626 RAPOSAS, JAN ERIK PEREZ
627 RAQUEL, FRANCIS FIEL RELOX
628 RAYALA, ROBELENE CORPUZ
629 RAYOS DELSOL, JOELLAN DELA ROSA
630 RAÑA, JOHN MARC ORTIZ
631 RAÑOSA, RASAM EDEL SAMONTE
632 REBODOS, LEONARD SAGUN
633 RECREO, ISAGANI PACAL
634 REFUERZO, RONALD GILBERT PASCUAL
635 RELLENO, CHERRY ANN MITRA
636 REYES, ANWAR REY JABRICA
637 REYES, FRANZ FELEA ALEJO
638 REYES, LEVI BANLAOI
639 REYES, MARIA BERNADETTE MALLARI
640 REYES, RHOSSETH BELARDO
641 REYES, RICK CARLO SELGA
642 RICAFORT, MA CRISTINE BALBUENA
643 RIGO, MARJOAN MANDIA
644 RIMANDO, MARVIN MOLINA
645 RIVERA, ALLANDAIL LUMANLAN
646 RIVERA, ANTHONY MEDINA
647 RIVO, JANELLA BIANCA VELASCO
648 ROCES, AUDREY ROSE MENDONES
649 RODRIGUEZ, EMMAR JALON
650 RODRIGUEZ, ROBERT PUNO
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651 ROQUE, SHARLENE MAE ALDABA
652 ROSALLOSA, NAPOLEON ACEDERA
653 ROXAS, JOHN ALVIN SALONGA
654 RUIVIVAR, RIA MAE JOCOM
655 RUTA, PAMELA BAO
656 SAAVEDRA, MARA LOUANNE KIMNO
657 SABALA, LEE ANTHONY CINCO
658 SACDALAN, CHRISTIAN TREVELIS
659 SALAMAT, CHRISTIAN JAZZ MARTIN
660 SALAS, ANNA LEE GALVEZ
661 SALAYO, JOHN PATRICH DELMO
662 SALE, MANILYN DISCAYA
663 SALENGA, CHERYL LIBRES
664 SALILING, ROLAND RYAN ESQUILLO
665 SALTOC, LAURENS RIVERA
666 SALUBON, LYRA MAY IDARA
667 SALVADOR, DEO-FIL VUELTA
668 SALVADOR, MA JESSA FAUSTINO
669 SALVATIERRA, WALTER YAP
670 SANCHEZ, CATHYRINE FRANCISCO
671 SANCHEZ, KRISTHER OLAYVAR
672 SANDHU, JESWINDER JANDA
673 SANDOVAL, PHILIP ERICKSON CUSTODIO
674 SANTIAGO, DIANNE COSICO
675 SANTIAGO, JAMIE BANAAG
676 SANTIAGO, LADY FATIMA VICENTE
677 SANTONIL, RAINER DELA CRUZ
678 SANTOS, ANGELINE KATE BORJA
679 SANTOS, CHARBEL TU-OS
680 SANTOS, CHRISTIAN DARBY TUNG
681 SANTOS, MARLOU NIEBRES
682 SARAIDA, ANGELICA MATTA
683 SARDOOL, STEFANIE BUNDOC
684 SAW, FRANCIS KENNETH ALCANTARA
685 SAYAT, JOEY HERIA
686 SAYCO, JOHN CARLO LESCANO
687 SECAPURI, DARRYL JUDE SAVARIZ
688 SEE, RACHEL ANNE URAG
689 SERENADO, ELIZABETH AGUILAR
690 SERRANO, JELENIE GUEVARRA
691 SEVERINO, SYLPH XYRA TAMPOS
692 SEVILLA, KEVIN AXEL UMALI
693 SIEGA, MARINEL LANDETA
694 SIGUA, ALVIN CALMA
695 SILAGAN, NOEL AVANCEÑA
696 SILANG, RODEL MARIN
697 SILAO, ARIEL REGUALOS
698 SILLA, RODERICK SALVAGON
699 SIMBAJON, SHEENA TAM
700 SIMBUL, WALFRIDO CARLOS
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701 SIMBULAN, FAIRY CHRISTINE LEOCHICO
702 SIOSON, MA ANDREA YVETTE PORTADO
703 SISON, ALLAN ABALOS
704 SISON, JULIUS CAESAR ANDRADA
705 SOLAS, MORVILIZA MANGARING
706 SOLIS, MARK ANTHONY LACUARTA
707 SOLITO, MARIANNE LEOPOLDO
708 SORIANO, MELANIE JUNE ORTIZ
709 SORIANO, MIENETH DE LUNA
710 SORIO, JONATHAN CRUZ
711 SUAREZ, ARGEL SAMSON
712 SUBA, JONATHAN LISING
713 SUCGANG, NATASHA CIELO ARCE
714 SUELTO, ANNE KRISTIA PEREZ
715 SUMPO, CIRIACO JR NATIVIDAD
716 SUNGA, PETERSON IGNACIO
717 SUPAN, IAN BENEDICT SEBASTIAN
718 SUPAN, KARLA JANINA RODRILLO
719 SURIO, FRANCELLE ANN ZANTUA
720 SY, JOAN DARYL MAHUSAY
721 TABALOC, MICHAEL ANGELO REYES
722 TABIJE, CZARINA MAE CALAUTIT
723 TABLADA, ALDEN JOHN PASTOR
724 TACORDA, WALMER VERANO
725 TADLE, JERWEY TACADAO
726 TAGADAN, JAKE BIRENGA
727 TALANA, RAMON JEMUEL GARGANTA
728 TALASTASIN, CARYLOU ANALLE BONDAD
729 TALATTAD, HONEYLETH CUARTEROS
730 TALUSIG, JOSA CAMILLE CORONADO
731 TAN, ADRIEL HUMPHERDIC PANG
732 TAN, ALETHEA AILEEN LAO
733 TAN, MARTIN LUTHER RELUCIO
734 TANCHUNKING, PIO PHILIP SABOREN
735 TANG, BUENA MICHELLE CHUA
736 TAPAWAN, MARK JEFF MACADANGDANG
737 TAPLERAS, LETLIT TIANCHON
738 TARE, JARED DELANTAR
739 TATO, NERISSA DANDAN
740 TAYAN, ISIDRO JR PALOR
741 TERMULO, JOHN MICHAEL MABAGOS
742 TIBANGAY, HAZELINE NAOE
743 TICSAY, JEFFREY SANTOS
744 TIMATIM, DARYL GOMEZ
745 TIMBANG, MARK FELICIANO SUBA
746 TIONG, AILYN EVANGELISTA
747 TIONGSON, KENNETH RAY SANTOS
748 TIOTUICO, EMYROSE DAYRIT
749 TOLENTINO, ROSEMARIE MOREN
750 TOLENTINO, RUTH FAYE QUIBA
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751 TOLINGAN, JENNER PATTANG
752 TOLOSA, CHRISTOPHER FEDERIGAN
753 TOMALE, CHRISTEEN SERDEÑA
754 TOMAS, ADRIANNE GAOR
755 TOMBALI, JOSE JR BAYOGAN
756 TORALDE, JERICK EDWARD NEGRITO
757 TORDIL, LUNIZO VINCENT II MORADOS
758 TORRES, BENITO SUMULAT
759 TRINIDAD, MARISTEL CLAUDIA ABUSTAN
760 TRINIDAD, WENDY TOLOSA
761 TUMPALAN, CHARLES LISING
762 TUPAS, TIMOTHY JAMES STA ANA
763 TURIANO, SOLOMON GIGANTE
764 TY, DAVID SAMUEL YOUNG
765 ULLANI, MICHAEL DALIN CABBIGAT
766 UMALI, JAN KRISTOFFER AGUILAR
767 UMALI, MARIA KRISTINA TERESA BAÑAGA
768 UNITE, JEFFRYN MALIWAT
769 URETA, GINA SEÑARA
770 URMENETA, MARIE ANNE GUBOT
771 USAL, FLORITO III QUEBRAL
772 UYPING, HAZEL OLIVE BENITEZ
773 VAILOCES, TETBEBSON MILAY
774 VALDEZ, ALLENDY ROMASOC
775 VALDEZ, FERDINAND TOLENTINO
776 VALENCIA, JERWIN JOSON
777 VALENZUELA, EDWIN CORDOVA
778 VALENZUELA, FRANCIS GAIL SIBUG
779 VALENZUELA, JESS MARTIN WONG
780 VALERO, MANUEL NERU BUCO
781 VALINO, IRENEO CRUZ
782 VALMORIA, CARL JAN QUIZA
783 VARON, SELLYNJOY GABOR
784 VELASQUEZ, CAMILLE ANNE VALDEZCO
785 VELEZ, JOSE MELSUS RODNEY SEVELLEJO
786 VELOSO, ADRIAN LIM
787 VELOSO, CHRISTIAN HOPE GUITONES
788 VERANO, JENNIFER BELDIA
789 VERANO, RICHARD GO
790 VERDAD, RYAN CABRERA
791 VERGEL DE DIOS, AIZA SIAPCO
792 VIADO, FRANKIE NARAG
793 VIAJAR, MARC ANTHONY REALOSA
794 VICENCIO, JUAN CARLO ABARIENTOS
795 VICENTE, BHIL RICHMOND TENA
796 VICTORIA, KATHRIN JOY BACLAYO
797 VILCHEZ, MICHAEL ANGELO CORTEZ
798 VILLAMOR, JOSEPH BASILIO
799 VILLANUEVA, IRENIO MONTEREY
800 VILLANUEVA, RAMIE CENTINO
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801 VILLAR, JOY CARPIO
802 VILLAROSA, KAREN ESGUERRA
803 VILLARUEL, ROEL SANCHEZ
804 VILLASOR, GANI MICHAEL EUGENIO
805 VILLONGCO, MIGUEL ANTONIO VERGEL DE DIOS
806 VINCO, HERMINIA BAESA
807 VIRATA, MA DEBORAH BERMUDO
808 VIRTUCIO, MARC ANGELO SULLA
809 VITALES, GABRIEL RAPSING
810 VITTO, PAULINE MONTAÑA
811 WEE, ANDREW MULATO
812 WONG, MATTHEW GO
813 YABUT, JED ANDREI SALAZAR
814 YAP, EARVIN GARRY MAGAPORO
815 YAP, MARY LIZA SANTOS
816 YAP, ROBERTSON ARISGADO
817 YU, KENNETH CHUA
818 YUCHITCHO, ANTERO LISONDRA
819 ZABALA, MARK CRIS NACU
820 ZAFRA, REBEKAH LOIS MARASIGAN
821 ZAMORA, EDNA NAGAÑO
822 ZUÑIGA, CORINNE GAYLE AURIN
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