Two examinees from the National Capital Region topped the Career Service written examinations conducted nationwide on November 15 last year, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) said.
Rachael I. Seso, with a rating of 88.44, bested 50,590 examinees of the Career Service Professional test, while Vivian Rose V. Velasco, with a 92.15 rating, placed first among the 11,799 hopefuls for the Sub-professional test. A passing rate of 9.25% was recorded for the Professional test, and 14.01% for the Sub-professional test, comprising 4,681 and 1,653 passers respectively.
The CSC has earlier reported that, out of the total 62,389 examinees, 6,334 or 10.15% hurdled the tests. Five more from NCR landed in the list of Top 10 passers of the Professional level. They are Kristine Grace D. Banaag with a rating of 87.67 (4th place); Maria Ofelia S. Leaño, 87.62 (6th place); Jim C. Monforte, 87.61 (7th place); Maria Janica V. Brigola, 87.6 (8th place); and Lisa E. Lamberte, 87.47 (10th place). The rest of the Top 10 passers of the Professional level include Gail B. Prodigalidad from Southern Tagalog, 88.43 (2nd place); Nathalie Marie R. Mariano from Northern Mindanao, 87.88 (3rd place); John Alexander S. Belderol also from Northern Mindanao, 87.67 (4th place); Fleureeza Marie A. Liwanag from Ilocos Region, 87.63 (5th place); and Violet Susan C. Joaquin from Davao Region, 87.52 (9th place). Completing the list of Top 10 passers of the Sub-professional level are Rona May U. Tadlas, 91.45 (NCR); Mary Joy Anne A. Diamante, 91.2 (Western Visayas); Bernardo C. Obispo Jr., 90.93 (Central Visayas); Ruth C. Domegse, 90.92 (Cordillera Administrative Region); Cherry O. Parabuac, 90.9 (Southern Tagalog); Margarita G. Ferreras, 90.8 (Bicol Region); Ma. Reinna S. Bermudez, 90.39 (NCR); Jose Dante V. Dela Merced, 90.3 (NCR); and Jessa M. Sumayang, 90.18 (Central Visayas).
Statistics Based on the profile of the examinees, the 3,939 female passers from both examination levels outnumbered by 66.84% the male passers totaling 2,361. In terms of status of employment, 3,154 or 49.79% of the collective number of passers were unemployed – 2,241 passers or almost half (47.87%) in the Professional level, and 913 passers or more than half (55.23%) in the Sub-professional level. There were 1,702 passers who came from the private sector and 1,103 from the government.
Those self-employed have a combined count of 200. Data further show that bulk of the passers at 4,730 or 74.68% indicated entrance to government as their main reason for taking the career service examination. Lines of work highly considered by majority of the passers include human resource; social science and welfare service; general administrative services; financial service; math, physical and biological science service; and tourism and industry service.
The CSC said that Professional and Sub-professional eligibles may be appointed to appropriate positions in the government that are not covered by Bar, board and special laws, provided they also meet the education, experience and training requirements of the position desired. The CSC again administered the Career Service Professional and Sub-professional written examinations to 95,393 registered examinees on April 25, the first examination scheduled for the year. The second and last round of Career Service written examinations will be held October 17, 2010. Applications are now being accepted at CSC Regional and Field Offices nationwide. For application requirements and procedure, log on to the CSC website at www.csc.gov.ph. The complete list of successful examinees of the November 15, 2009 Career Service Professional and Sub-Professional examinations can also be accessed at the CSC website.
Posted: May 17, 2010