Wednesday, November 12, 2014

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10645 | AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE MANDATORY PHILHEALTH COVERAGE FOR ALL SENIOR CITIZENS


Republic of the Philippines
Congress of the Philippines
Metro Manila
Sixteenth Congress
Second Regular Session

Begun and held in Metro Manila, on Monday, the twenty-eighth day of July, two thousand fourteen.

[REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10645]
AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE MANDATORY PHILHEALTH COVERAGE FOR ALL SENIOR CITIZENS, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7432, AS AMENDED BY REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9994, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE “EXPANDED SENIOR CITIZENS ACT OF 2010″

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled:
SECTION 1. Section 5, sub-paragraph h(2) of Republic Act No. 7432, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 5. Government Assistance. – The government shall provide the following:

“x x x

“(h) Additional Government Assistance

“(1) xxx

“(2) Mandatory PhilHealth Coverage

“All senior citizens shall be covered by the national health insurance program of PhilHealth. Funds necessary to ensure the enrollment of all senior citizens not currently covered by any existing category shall be sourced from the National Health Insurance Fund of PhilHealth from proceeds of Republic Act No. 10351, in accordance with the pertinent laws and regulations.

“(3) x x x.”

SEC. 2. Repealing Clause. – All laws, decrees, executive orders, rules and regulations, or parts thereof which are inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed, amended or modified accordingly.

SEC. 3. Effectivity. – This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in the Official Gazette or in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation.
Approved,

(Sgd.) FELICIANO BELMONTE JR.
Speaker of the House
of Representatives
(Sgd.) FRANKLIN M. DRILON
President of the Senate

This Act which is a consolidation of Senate Bill No. 712 and House Bill No. 4593 was finally passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives on September 22, 2014 and September 24, 2014, respectively.

(Sgd.) MARILYN B. BARUA-YAP
Secretary General
House of Representatives
(Sgd.) OSCAR G. YABES
Secretary of the Senate


Approved: NOV 05 2014
(Sgd.) BENIGNO S. AQUINO III
President of the Philippines

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9994 | AN ACT GRANTING ADDITIONAL BENEFITS AND PRIVILEGES TO SENIOR CITIZENS

Republic of the Philippines
CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES
Metro Manila
Fourteenth Congress
Third Regular Session

Begun and held in Metro Manila, on Monday, the twenty-seventh day of July, two thousand nine.

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9994
AN ACT GRANTING ADDITIONAL BENEFITS AND PRIVILEGES TO SENIOR CITIZENS, FURTHER AMENDING REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7432, AS AMENDED, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS “AN ACT TO MAXIMIZE THE CONTRIBUTION OF SENIOR CITIZENS TO NATION BUILDING, GRANT BENEFITS AND SPECIAL PRIVILEGES AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES”

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

Section 1. Title. – This Act Shall be known as the “Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010.”

Sec. 2. Section 1 of Republic Act No. 7432, as amended by Republic Act No. 9257, otherwise known as the “Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2003″, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SECTION 1. Declaration of Policies and Objectives. – As provided in the Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines, it is the declared policy of the State to promote a just and dynamic social order that will ensure the prosperity and independence of the nation and free the people from poverty through policies that provide adequate social services, promote full employment, a rising standard of living and an improved quality of life. In the Declaration of Principles and State Policies in Article II, Sections 10 and 11, it is further declared that the State shall provide social justice in all phases of national development and that the State values the dignity of every human person and guarantees full respect for human rights.

“Article XIII, Section 11 of the Constitution provides that the Sate shall adopt an integrated and comprehensive approach to health development which shall endeavor to make essential goods, health and other social services available to all the people at affordable cost. There shall be priority for the needs of the underprivileged, sick, elderly, disabled, women and children. Article XV, Section 4 of the Constitution Further declares that it is the duty of the family to take care of its elderly members while the State may design programs of social security for them.

“Consistent with these constitutional principles, this Act shall serve the following objectives:

“(a) To recognize the rights of senior citizens to take their proper place in society and make it a concern of the family, community, and government;

“(b) To give full support to the improvement of the total well-being of the elderly and their full participation in society, considering that senior citizens are integral part of Philippine society;

“(c) To motivate and encourage the senior citizens to contribute to nation building;

“(d) To encourage their families and the communities they live with to reaffirm the valued Filipino tradition of caring for the senior citizens;

“(e) To provide a comprehensive health care and rehabilitation system for disabled senior citizens to foster their capacity to attain a more meaningful and productive ageing; and

“(f) To recognize the important role of the private sector in the improvement of the welfare of senior citizens and to actively seek their partnership.

“In accordance with these objectives, this Act shall:

“(1) establish mechanisms whereby the contributions of the senior citizens are maximized;

“(2) adopt measures whereby our senior citizens are assisted and appreciated by the community as a whole;

“(3) establish a program beneficial to the senior citizens, their families and the rest of the community they serve: and

“(4) establish community-based health and rehabilitation programs for senior citizens in every political unit of society.”

Sec. 3. Section 2 of Republic Act No. 7432, as amended by Republic Act No. 9257, otherwise known as the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2003″, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

SEC. 2. Definition of terms. – For purposes of this Act, these terms are defined as follows:

“(a) Senior citizen or elderly refers to any resident citizen of the Philippines at least sixty (60) years old;

“(b) Geriatrics refer to the branch of medical science devoted to the study of the biological and physical changes and the diseases of old age;

“(c) Lodging establishment refers to a building, edifice, structure, apartment or house including tourist inn, apartelle, motorist hotel, and pension house engaged in catering, leasing or providing facilities to transients, tourists or travelers;

“(d) Medical Services refer to hospital services, professional services of physicians and other health care professionals and diagnostics and laboratory tests that the necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of an illness or injury;

“(e) Dental services to oral examination, cleaning, permanent and temporary filling, extractions and gum treatments, restoration, replacement or repositioning of teeth, or alteration of the alveolar or periodontium process of the maxilla and the mandible that are necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of an illness or injury;

“(f) Nearest surviving relative refers to the legal spouse who survives the deceased senior citizen: Provided, That where no spouse survives the decedent, this shall be limited to relatives in the following order of degree of kinship: children, parents, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, uncles and aunts;

“(g) Home health care service refers to health or supportive care provided to the senior citizen patient at home by licensed health care professionals to include, but not limited to, physicians, nurses, midwives, physical therapist and caregivers; and

“(h) Indigent senior citizen, refers to any elderly who is frail, sickly or with disability, and without pension or permanent source of income, compensation or financial assistance from his/her relatives to support his/her basic needs, as determined by the Department of Social Welfare and development (DSWD) in consultation with the National Coordinating and Monitoring Board.”

Sec. 4 Section 4 of Republic Act No. 7432, as amended by Republic Act No. 9257, otherwise known as the “Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2003″, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 4. Privileges for the Senior Citizens. -
The senior citizens shall be entitled to the following:

“(a) the grant of twenty percent (20%) discount and exemption from the value -added tax (VAT), if applicable, on the sale of the following goods and services from all establishments, for the exclusive use and enjoyment or availment of the senior citizen

“(1) on the purchase of medicines, including the purchase of influenza and pnuemococcal vaccines, and such other essential medical supplies, accessories and equipment to be determined by the Department of Health (DOH).

“The DOH shall establish guidelines and mechanism of compulsory rebates in the sharing of burden of discounts among retailers, manufacturers and distributors, taking into consideration their respective margins;

“(2) on the professional fees of attending physician/s in all private hospitals, medical facilities, outpatient clinics and home health care services;

“(3) on the professional fees of licensed professional health providing home health care services as endorsed by private hospitals or employed through home health care employment agencies;

“(4) on medical and dental services, diagnostic and laboratory fees in all private hospitals, medical facilities, outpatient clinics, and home health care services, in accordance with the rules and regulations to be issued by the DOH, in coordination with the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth);

“(5) in actual fare for land transportation travel in public utility buses (PUBs), public utility jeepneys (PUJs), taxis, Asian utility vehicles (AUVs), shuttle services and public railways, including Light Rail Transit (LRT), Mass Rail Transit (MRT), and Philippine National Railways (PNR);

“(6) in actual transportation fare for domestic air transport services and sea shipping vessels and the like, based on the actual fare and advanced booking;

“(7) on the utilization of services in hotels and similar lodging establishments, restaurants and recreation centers;

“(8) on admission fees charged by theaters, cinema houses and concert halls, circuses, leisure and amusement; and

“(9) on funeral and burial services for the death of senior citizens;

“(b) exemption from the payment of individual income taxes of senior citizens who are considered to be minimum wage earners in accordance with Republic Act No. 9504;

“(c) the grant of a minimum of five percent (5%) discount relative to the monthly utilization of water and electricity supplied by the public utilities: Provided, That the individual meters for the foregoing utilities are registered in the name of the senior citizen residing therein: Provided, further, That the monthly consumption does not exceed one hundred kilowatt hours (100 kWh) of electricity and thirty cubic meters (30 m3) of water: Provided, furthermore, That the privilege is granted per household regardless of the number of senior citizens residing therein;

“(d) exemption from training fees for socioeconomic programs;

“(e) free medical and dental services, diagnostic and laboratory fees such as, but not limited to, x-rays, computerized tomography scans and blood tests, in all government facilities, subject to the guidelines to be issued by the DOH in coordination with the PhilHealth;

“(f) the DOH shall administer free vaccination against the influenza virus and pneumococcal disease for indigent senior citizen patients;

“(g) educational assistance to senior citizens to pursue pot secondary, tertiary, post tertiary, vocational and technical education, as well as short-term courses for retooling in both public and private schools through provision of scholarships, grants, financial aids, subsides and other incentives to qualified senior citizens, including support for books, learning materials, and uniform allowances, to the extent feasible: Provided, That senior citizens shall meet minimum admission requirements;

“(h) to the extent practicable and feasible, the continuance of the same benefits and privileges given by the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), the Social Security System (SSS) and the PAG-IBIG, as the case may be, as are enjoyed by those in actual service;

“(i) retirement benefits of retirees from both the government and the private sector shall be regularly reviewed to ensure their continuing responsiveness and sustainability, and to the extent practicable and feasible, shall be upgraded to be at par with the current scale enjoyed by those in actual service;

“(j) to the extent possible, the government may grant special discounts in special programs for senior citizens on purchase of basic commodities, subject to the guidelines to be issued for the purpose by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Department of Agriculture (DA);

“(k) provision of express lanes for senior citizens in all commercial and government establishments; in the absence thereof, priority shall be given to them; and

“(l) death benefit assistance of a minimum of Two thousand pesos (Php2, 000.00) shall be given to the nearest surviving relative of a deceased senior citizen which amount shall be subject to adjustments due to inflation in accordance with the guidelines to be issued by the DSWD.cralaw

“In the availment of the privileges mentioned above, the senior citizen, or his/her duly authorized representative, may submit as proof of his/her entitled thereto any of the following:

“(1) an identification card issued by the Office of the Senior Citizen Affairs (OSCA) of the place where the senior citizen resides: Provided, That the identification card issued by the particular OSCA shall be honored nationwide;

“(2) the passport of the senior citizen concerned; and

“(3) other documents that establish that the senior citizen is a citizen of the Republic and is at least sixty (60) years of age as further provided in the implementing rules and regulations.

“In the purchase of goods and services which are on promotional discount, the senior citizen can avail of the promotional discount or the discount provided herein, whichever is higher.cralaw

“The establishment may claim the discounts granted under subsections (a) and (c) of this section as tax deduction based on the cost of the goods sold or services rendered: Provided, That the cost of the discount shall be allowed as deduction from gross income for the same taxable year that the discount is granted: Provided, further, That the total amount of the claimed tax deduction net of VAT, if applicable, shall be included in their gross sales receipts for tax purposes and shall be subject to proper documentation and to the provisions of the National Internal Revenue Code (NICR), as amended.”

Sec. 5. Section 5 of the same Act, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 5. Government Assistance. – The government shall provide the following:

“(a) Employment

“Senior citizens who have the capacity and desire to work, or be re-employed, shall be provided information and matching services to enable them to be productive members of society. Terms of employment shall conform with the provisions of the Labor Code, as amended, and other laws, rules and regulations.

“Private entities that will employ senior citizens as employees, upon the effectivity of this Act, shall be entitled to an additional deduction from their gross income, equivalent to fifteen percent (15%) of the total amount paid as salaries and wages to senior citizens, subject to the provision of Section 34 of the NIRC, as amended: Provided, however, That such employment shall continue for a period of at least six (6) months: Provided, further, That the annual income of the senior citizen does not exceed the latest poverty threshold as determined by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) for that year.

“The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), in coordination with other government agencies such as, but not limited to, the Technology and Livelihood Resource Center (TLRC) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), shall assess, design and implement training programs that will provide skills and welfare or livelihood support for senior citizens.

“(b) Education

“The Department of Education (DepED), the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), in consultation with nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and people’s organizations (POs) for senior citizens, shall institute programs that will ensure access to formal and nonformal education.

“(c) Health

“The DOH, in coordination with local government units (LGUs), NGOs and POs for senior citizens, shall institute a national health program and shall provide an integrated health service for senior citizens. It shall train community-based health workers among senior citizens and health personnel to specialize in the geriatric care and health problems of senior citizens.

“The national health program for senior citizens shall, among others, be harmonized with the National Prevention of Blindness Program of the DOH.

“Throughout the country, there shall be established a “senior citizens’ ward” in every government hospital. This geriatric ward shall be for the exclusive use of senior citizens who are in need of hospital confinement by reason of their health conditions. However, when urgency of public necessity purposes so require, such geriatric ward may be used for emergency purposes, after which, such “senior citizens’ ward” shall be reverted to its nature as geriatric ward.

“(d) Social Services

“At least fifty percent (50%) discount shall be granted on the consumption of electricity, water, and telephone by the senior citizens center and residential care/group homes that are government-run or non-stock, non-profit domestic corporation organized and operated primarily for the purpose of promoting the well-being of abandoned, neglected, unattached, or homeless senior citizens, subject to the guidelines formulated by the DSWD.

“(1) “self and social enhancement services” which provide senior citizens opportunities for socializing, organizing, creative expression, and self-improvement;

“(2) “after care and follow-up services” for citizens who are discharged from the homes or institutions for the aged, especially those who have problems of reintegration with family and community, wherein both the senior citizens and their families are provided with counseling;

“(3) “neighborhood support services” wherein the community or family members provide caregiving services to their frail, sick, or bedridden senior citizens; and

“(4) “substitute family care ” in the form of residential care or group homes for the abandoned, neglected, unattached or homeless senior citizens and those incapable of self-care.

“(e) Housing

“The national government shall include in its national shelter program the special housing needs of senior citizens, such as establishment of housing units for the elderly.

“(f) Access to Public Transport

“The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) shall develop a program to assist senior citizens to fully gain access to public transport facilities.

“(g) Incentive for Foster Care

“The government shall provide incentives to individuals or nongovernmental institution caring for or establishing homes, residential communities or retirement villages solely for, senior citizens, as follows:

“(1) realty tax holiday for the first five (5) years starting from the first year of operation; and

“(2) priority in the construction or maintenance of provincial or municipal roads leading to the aforesaid home, residential community or retirement village.

“(h) Additional Government Assistance

“(1) Social Pension

“Indigent senior citizens shall be entitled to a monthly stipend amounting to Five hundred pesos (Php500.00) to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens, subject to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD.

“(2) Mandatory PhilHealth Coverage

“All indigent senior citizens shall be covered by the national health insurance program of PhilHealth. The LGUs where the indigent senior citizens resides shall allocate the necessary funds to ensure the enrollment of their indigent senior citizens in accordance with the pertinent laws and regulations.

“(3) Social Safety Nets

“Social safety assistance intended to cushion the effects of economics shocks, disasters and calamities shall be available for senior citizens. The social safety assistance which shall include, but not limited to, food, medicines, and financial assistance for domicile repair, shall be sourced from the disaster/calamity funds of LGUs where the senior citizens reside, subject to the guidelimes to be issued by the DSWD.”

Sec. 6. Section 6 of the same Act, as amended, is heeby further amended to read as follows:

SEC. 6. The Office for Senior Citizens Affairs (OSCA). – There shall be established in all cities and municipalities an OSCA to be headed by a senior citizen who shall be appointed by the mayor for a term of three (3) years without reappointment but without prejudice to an extension if exigency so requires. Said appointee shall be chosen from a list of three (3) nominees as recommended by a general assembly of senior citizens organizations in the city or municipality.

“The head of the OSCA shall be appointed to serve the interest of senior citizens and shall not be removed or replaced except for reasons of death permanent disability or ineffective performance of his duties to the detriment of fellow senior citizens.

“The head of the OSCA shall be entitled to receive an honorarium of an amount at least equivalent to Salary Grade 10 to be approved by the LGU concerned.

“The head of the OSCA shall be assisted by the City Social Welfare and Development officer or by the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer, in coordination with the Social Welfare and Development Office.

“The Office of the Mayor shall exercise supervision over the OSCA relative to their plans, activities and programs for senior citizens. The OSCA shall work together and establish linkages with accredited NGOs Pos and the barangays in their respective areas.

“The OSCA shall have the following functions:

“(a) To plan, implement and monitor yearly work programs in pursuance of the objectives of this Act;

“(b) To draw up a list of available and required services which can be provided by the senior citizens;

“(c) To maintain and regularly update on a quarterly basis the list of senior citizens and to issue national individual identification cards, free of charge, which shall be valid anywhere in the country;

“(d) To serve as a general information and liason center for senior citizens;

“(e) To monitor compliance of the provisions of this Act particularly the grant of special discounts and privileges to senior citizens;

“(f) To report to the mayor, any individual, establishments, business entity, institutions or agency found violating any provision of this Act; and

“(g) To assist the senior citizens in filing complaints or charges against any individual, establishments, business entity, institution, or agency refusing to comply with the privileges under this Act before the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office, the regional or the municipal trial court, the municipal trial court in cities, or the municipal circuit trial court.”
Sec. 7. Section 10 of the same Act, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 10. Penalties. – Any person who refuses to honor the senior citizen card issued by this the government or violates any provision of this Act shall suffer the following penalties:

“(a) For the first violation, imprisonment of not less than two (2) years but not more than six (6) years and a fine of not less than Fifty thousand pesos (Php50,000.00) but not exceeding One hundred thousand pesos (Php100,000.00);

“(b) For any subsequent violation, imprisonment of not less than two (2) years but not more than six (6) years and a fine of not less than One Hundred thousand pesos (Php100,000.00) but not exceeding Two hundred thousand pesos (Php200,000.00); and

“(c) Any person who abuses the privileges granted herein shall be punished with imprisonment of not less than six (6) months and a fine of not less than Fifty thousand pesos (Php50,000.00) but not more than One hundred thousand pesos (Php100,000.00).

“If the offender is a corporation, partnership, organization or any similar entity, the officials thereof directly involved such as the president, general manager, managing partner, or such other officer charged with the management of the business affairs shall be liable therefor.

“If the offender is an alien or a foreigner, he/she shall be deported immediately after service of sentence.

“Upon filing of an appropriate complaint, and after due notice and hearing, the proper authorities may also cause the cancellation or revocation of the business permit, permit to operate, franchise and other similar privileges granted to any person, establishment or business entity that fails to abide by the provisions of this Act.”

Sec. 8. Section 11 of the same Act, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 11. Monitoring and Coordinating Mechanism. – A National Coordinating and Monitoring Board shall be established which shall be composed of the following:

“(a) Chairperson – the Secretary of the DSWD or an authorized representative;

“(b) Vice Chairperson – the Secretary of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) or an authorized representative; and

“(c) Members:

“(1) the Secretary of the DOJ or an authorized representative;

“(2) the Secretary of the DOH or an authorized representative;

“(3) the Secretary of the DTI or an authorized representative; and

(4) representatives from five (5) NGOs for senior citizens which are duly accredited by the DSWD and have service primarily for senior citizens. Representatives of NGOs shall serve a period of tree (3) years.

“The Board may call on other government agencies, NGOs and Pos to serve as resource persons as the need arises. Resource person have no right to vote in the National Coordinating and Monitoring Board.”

Sec. 9. Implementing Rules and Regulations. – Within sixty (60) days from theeffectivity of this Act, the Secretary of the DSWD shall formulate and adopt amendments to the existing rules and regulations implementing Republic Act No. 7432, as amended by Republic Act No. 9257, to carry out the objectives of this Act, in consultation with the Department of Finance, the Department of Tourism, the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC), the DOLE, the DOJ, the DILG, the DTI, the DOH, the DOTC, the NEDA, the DepED, the TESDA, the CHED, and five (5) NGOs or POs for the senior citizens duly accredited by the DSWD. The guidelines pursuant to Section 4(a)(i) shall be established by the DOH within sixty (60) days upon the effectivity of this Act.

Sec. 10. Appropriations. – The Necessary appropriations for the operation and maintenance of the OSCA shall be appropriated and approved by the LGUs concerned. For national government agencies, the requirements to implement the provisions of this Act shall be included in their respective budgets: Provided, That the funds to be used for the national health program and for the vaccination of senior citizens in the first year of the DOH and thereafter, as a line item under the under the DOH budget in the subsequent General Appropriations Act (GAA): Provided, further, That the monthly social pension for indigent senior citizens in the first year of implementation shall be added to the regular appropriations of the DSWD budget in the subsequent GAA.

Sec. 11. Repealing Clause. – All law, executive orders, rules and regulations or any part hereof inconsistent herewith are deemed repealed or modified accordingly.

Sec. 12. Separability Clause. – If any part or provision of this Act shall be declared unconstitutional and invalid, such 18 declaration shall not invalidate other parts thereof which shall remain in full force and effect.

Sec. 13. Effectivity. – This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days its complete publication n the Official Gazette or in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation, whichever comes earlier.

Approved

(Sgd.) PROSPERO C. NOGRALES
Speaker of the House of Representatives
(Sgd.) JUAN PONCE ENRILE
President of the Senate
This Act which is a consolidation of Senate Bill No. 3561 and House Bill No. 6390 was finally passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives on January 27, 2010.

(Sgd.) MARILYN B. BARUA-YAP
Secretary General
House of Represenatives
(Sgd.) EMMA LIRIO-REYES
Secretary of Senate

ApprovedFEB 15, 2010
(Sgd.) GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO
President of the Philippines

Sunday, September 7, 2014

DIRECTORY OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT

The executive is the part of government that has sole authority and responsibility for the daily administration of the state.  Article VII, Section 1, of the 1987 Constitution vests executive power to the President of the Philippines, who functions as the head of state, head of government, and commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. As chief executive, the President of the Philippines exercises control over all the executive departments, bureaus, and offices.


Below is the Directory of Executive Departments, Bureaus and offices of the Philippine Government as of 2014.  Click their respective links to view its bureaus, attached agencies, offices, name of officers, addresses and contact numbers.

Office of the President

Office of the Vice-President
The Office of the Vice President (OVP) was organized pursuant to Proclamation No. 3 dated March 1986 and Article VII of the 1987 Constitution and Executive Order No. 240 dated July 24, 1987.  It's mandate is to provide staff assistance to the Vice President (VP) in the performance of his tasks as the second highest official in the Executive Branch.

Department of Agrarian Reform
The DAR was created under Republic Act No. 6389, when President Ferdinand E. Marcos signed it into law on September 10, 1971. The Act necessitated the establishment of a new self-contained Department. It replaced the former Land Authority that was created by virtue of R.A. No. 3844 that took effect on August 8, 1963. R.A. No. 3844 reorganized existing agencies involved in tasks related to land reform and realigned their functions toward attaining the common objectives of the land reform program.  Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) is the lead implementing agency of Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP). It undertakes land tenure improvement, development of program beneficiaries, and agrarian justice delivery.

Department of Agriculture
The Department is the government agency responsible for the promotion of agricultural development by providing the policy framework, public investments, and support services needed for domestic and export-oriented business enterprises.

Department of Budget and Management
The Department of Budget and Management, created under Executive Order No. 25 dated April 25, 1936, is mandated under this Order and by subsequent issuances to promote the sound, efficient and effective management and utilization of government resources (i.e., technological, manpower, physical and financial) as instrument in the achievement of national socioeconomic and political development goals.

Department of Education
The Department of Education was established through the Education Decree of 1863 as the Superior Commission of Primary Instruction under a Chairman. The Education agency underwent many reorganization efforts in the 20th century in order to better define its purpose vis a vis the changing administrations and charters. The present day Department of Education was eventually mandated through Republic Act 9155, otherwise known as the Governance of Basic Education act of 2001 which establishes the mandate of this agency.

Department of Energy
The Department is mandated by RA 7638 (Department of Energy Act of 1992) to prepare, integrate, coordinate, supervise and control all plans, programs, projects and activities of the Government relative to energy exploration, development, utilization, distribution and conservation.

Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Executive Order No. 192 mandates the DENR to be the primary government agency responsible for the conservation, management, development, and proper use of the country’s environment and natural resources, specifically forest and grazing lands, mineral resources, including those in reservation and watershed areas, and lands of the public domain, as well as the licensing and regulation of all natural resources as may be provided for by law in order to ensure equitable sharing of the benefits derived therefrom for the welfare of the present and future generations of Filipinos.

Department of Finance
The Department of Finance(DOF) is the governments steward of sound fiscal policy. It formulates revenue policies that will ensure funding of critical government programs that promote welfare among our people and accelerate economic growth and stability. The Department envisions that the effective and efficient pursuit of the critical tasks under its wings revenue generation, resource mobilization, debt management and financial market development  shall provide the solid foundation for a Philippine economy that is one of the most active and dynamic in the world.

Department of Foreign Affairs
Republic Act No. 7157, otherwise known as "Philippine Foreign Service Act of 1991", gives mandate to the Department of Foreign Affairs to implement the three (3) pillars of the Philippine Foreign Policy, as follows: 1.) Preservation and enhancement of national security;
2.) Promotion and attainment of economic security; and 3.) Protection of the rights and promotion of the welfare and interest of Filipinos overseas.

Department of Health
The Department of Health (DOH) is the principal health agency in the Philippines. It is responsible for ensuring access to basic public health services to all Filipinos through the provision of quality health care and regulation of providers of health goods and services.

Department of the Interior and Local Government
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) promotes peace and order, ensures public safety, and strengthens local government capability to effectively deliver basic services to the citizenry.

Department of Justice

Department of Labor and Employment

Department of National Defense

Department of Public Works and Highways

Department of Science and Technology

Department of Social Welfare and Development

Department of Tourism

Department of Trade and Industry

Department of Transportation and Communications

Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office

Presidential Communications Operations Office

National Economic and Development Authority


OTHER EXECUTIVE OFFICES

Anti-Money Laundering Council

Climate Change Commission

Commission on Filipinos Overseas

Commission on Higher Education

Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino

Dangerous Drugs Board

Energy Regulatory Commission

Film Development Council of the Philippines

Games and Amusements Board

Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board

Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council

Movie and Television Review and Classification Board

National Anti-Poverty Commission

National Commission for Culture and the Arts

National Archives of the Philippines

National Historical Commission of the Philippines

National Library of the Philippines

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

National Commission on Muslim Filipinos

National Intelligence Coordinating Agency

National Security Council

National Telecommunications Commission

Optical Media Board

Philippine Commission on Women

Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency

Mindanao Development Authority

Philippine Racing Commission

Philippine Sports Commission

Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor

Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office

Presidential Legislative Liaison Office

Presidential Management Staff

Thursday, August 7, 2014

LIST OF PASSERS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION 2014

93 out of 163 passed the Occupational Therapist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy in the cities of Manila and Cebu this August 2014. The result of examination with respect to one (1) examinee was withheld, until necessary documents have been properly reconstituted and submitted to the Commission.

The members of the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy who gave the licensure examinations are Pollyana G. Escano, Chairman; Raul G. Agustin, Bernadette M. Reyes, Delia R. Pabalan and Rolland Lyle D. Duque, Members.

The results were released in two (2) working days from the last day of examinations.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on August 14 & 15, 2014. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2014-2017. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.


LIST OF SUCCESSFUL EXAMINEES
Roll of Successful Examinees in the OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on AUGUST 2 and 3, 2014

1 ABAO, MIGNONETTE LORAINNE ATIENZA
2 ABELLA, AR NEIL ARELLANO
3 AFRICA, GERALDINE MARTIJA
4 ALMEDA, MA PATRICIA DEL ROSARIO
5 AMIT, PHOEBE MARIE BULLO
6 APUHIN, NAOMI RIVERA
7 AQUINO, ELENOR ONRADO
8 AQUINO, MARIA ELIZA ORLINO
9 ARINQUE, TROY PIO
10 ASCUE, KATHLEEN THERESE TABBOGA
11 ASTRONOMO, JANICE MAY LITERATO
12 BACAYO, NICOLE CHRISTIANNE MAE BRIGOLI
13 BALDERRAMA, MARY ELAINE SANCHEZ
14 BALITOR, CHARMAINE PEGARIDO
15 BARTOLATA, JOVI KARENA BARRUN
16 BAYBAY, SHANTAL SABANDO
17 BLAS, ALEXA JANE TAN
18 BORJA, NIÑA FRANCESCA ROXAS
19 BUÑING, REY XRISTAN BARRERA
20 CABUNOC, GABRIELLE ROXANNE BRIONES
21 CAPELLAN, EZIAH PAUL NOMBRADO
22 CASTILLO, MA ANGELICA BARTOLAY
23 CHING, JHILLIAN YUKA TIU
24 COLLANTES, DANIELLE FATIMA YAP
25 DAYAO, KATHLEEN ABEGAIL PADILLA
26 DE GUZMAN, LEAN ROSE ALBERTO
27 DE LEON, MARA STEFANIE PADUA
28 DEL ROSARIO, CHRISTA GAYE ADVINCULA
29 DELA CRUZ, LYZA CARMEL VERGEL
30 DELOS REYES, ROD CHARLIE RAZON
31 DEOLA, MAIKEE ANGELICA ONG
32 DIOSANA, ANNA MARIE DOMINIQUE CABUJAT
33 DIZON, SAMANTAH LOUISE VILLANOS
34 EBARVIA, NIKKO PAOLO COSARE
35 EPE, JUNE GRACE BABERA
36 ESTRELLA, MARIA JENNIFER ESGUERRA
37 FAJARDO, CESSNALYN MAPANAO
38 FRANCISCO, CAROLINA TUBAY
39 GARCIA, NATHANIA BLANCAFLOR
40 GO, KRISHIA KAYE TAN
41 GOZUN, ROXYLLE MAY CERDEÑA
42 LAPUT, AKEMI GELLIAN LAURENA
43 LEDESMA, NOELLE EVANGELINE BELLA
44 LEONCIO, LADY MARIE CONGE
45 LIGON, MARK EMIL BASI
46 LOCSIN, NICOLE MARIE WONG
47 LORENZO, MIKEE ERIKA SANTIAGO
48 LUIB, DIANA JANE AMARO
49 MACALOS, FENINA MICAELLA CAPILI
50 MADRONA, RANIEL ANGELES
51 MARAMOT, JEANETTE ANN AGUILAR
52 MEJARITO, NICOLE MAE ZULUETA
53 MERCADO, FREYA JOY MIMBAN
54 MORALES, KRISTEN ZAIRA VILLAMATER
55 MORALES, ROSSELINI DEE SUICO
56 NATINGOR, CHRISTY MUFFET MEGUILLO
57 NAVARRO, IRAHJEAN YVETTE CHUA
58 OCAMPO, KRISTINE SENTINA
59 PARAS, JOHANAYA DIZON
60 PATALINGHUG, CHRISTEL KIRA OPOLENTISIMA
61 PEÑAMANTE, RAPHAEL DANIEL VENTURA
62 PILAPIL, TINA MARIE PATALINGHUG
63 PIMENTEL, PAOLO GRANIL
64 PRADO, ANFRIEL ESPARTINEZ
65 QUINTERO, KATRINA REA ALZATE
66 RACELA, DANIELLE MARIE BIANCA ACOSTA
67 RAMOS, DAENA MYRN BALLESTEROS
68 REGALADO, BERNARD PAULO LUNOD
69 REY-MATIAS, BEATRICE MILROSE VILLANUEVA
70 REYES, MARGARET YAP
71 RIVERA, ANNE KRISTINE NATALICIO
72 RODEROS, KRISTEL FAYE MANGALILI
73 ROSALES, CANDICE THERESE GERONIMO
74 ROSARIO, JIEUBEN PAUL POSADAS
75 RUBIO, KELVIN CATANAOAN
76 SAN PEDRO, BENZ ANTONIO
77 SANCHEZ, GABRIEL FAUSTO
78 SANTOS, EDREN DAENIEL GERONIMO
79 SANTOS, MARIELE DENISE ENCARNACION
80 SOLIS, KEVIN MATTHEW
81 TAN, KONDRAD REMULTA
82 TAN, LIEZEL ANN GRANZON
83 TEVES, FRANCES ISABELA QUIÑONES
84 TUIBEO, KAREN KAE YERE
85 URACA, FELY KATE CAIÑA
86 VALDIVIA, GIANCARLO ESTANISLAO
87 VALLESER, JEZA KIRSTIN BASTON
88 VARGAS, CHARITY JOY RODRIGUEZA
89 VELARDE, JONAH MAE PARREÑAS
90 VENTURA, LOUISE NICOLE LOPEZ
91 VIESCA, MELINA ILAO
92 VILLANUEVA, ARIELLE ALISSANDRA CANLAS
93 WANG, ALVIN PATRICK VELASCO

LIST OF PASSERS OF THE PHYSICAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION 2014

511 out of 874 passed the Physical Therapist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy in the cities of Manila and Cebu this August 2014. The result of examination with respect to one (1) examinee was withheld, until necessary documents have been properly reconstituted and submitted to the Commission.

The members of the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy who gave the licensure examinations are Pollyana G. Escano, Chairman; Raul G. Agustin, Bernadette M. Reyes, Delia R. Pabalan and Rolland Lyle D. Duque, Members.

The results were released in two (2) working days from the last day of examinations.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on August 14 & 15, 2014. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2014-2017. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.


LIST OF SUCCESSFUL EXAMINEES
Roll of Successful Examinees in the PHYSICAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on AUGUST 2 & 3, 2014

1 ABANTAO, JOHN JR MALACAD
2 ABDON, FERDIE SUMALLA
3 ABELLO, CHERRYL LYNE MATA
4 ABELLO, ERIKA VALENCIA
5 ACEBEDO, ALYSSA BIANCA ADVINCULA
6 ACEBEDO, GABRIELLE ANGELI DAAN
7 ACOP, DAVID JOHN GUERRERO
8 ACOSTA, CZARINA RESUS
9 ADARLO, JAYSON SARMIENTO
10 ADOLFSSON, ROSEANNE CATHE LALA
11 ADRIAS, APRIL BELTRAN
12 AFANTE, JOHN MICHAEL VINCENT RAGOT
13 AGABIN, TROY VINCENT LO
14 AGUILA, AIVIGAY SOLOSA
15 AGUILAR, MARIBEL LYNN BUNDANG
16 AGURO, MARY ANN DIAZ
17 AKABA, YUICHI DATUON
18 ALAGAO, FRED MARIE QUIJANO
19 ALAMILLO, MARY MONADELLE ROYECA
20 ALCORIZA, CAMILLE FRANCEZCA GATPANDAN
21 ALEGRE, ROSELYN CORSEGA
22 ALEJANDRO, BRYAN GREGORIO
23 ALMOSA, SIDREX JOY GOMEZ
24 ALONZO, KATHRINA MAY MONTENEGRO
25 ALTAREJOS, ANDREA CONSTANTINO
26 ALTEROS, KAZYLYN SANGCAP
27 AMAGSILA, MIKEE LORRAINE ODRIAL
28 AMAR, PAUL ADAM DIAMANTE
29 AMOROSO, NINA GABRIELLE FERNANDO
30 AMPO, KEVINDALE SALARZA
31 ANDAMON, AMALIA JOY ALEGRIA
32 ANGELO, VINCENZO IÑIGO SOBERANO
33 ANTOLIN, MARIE FAYE TEMPOROSA
34 ANTONIO, EMMANUELE CASTILLO
35 APAS, BLESSIE PAKINGAN
36 AQUINO, MARIANNE JANNICA SAYO
37 AQUINO, MOSES MATIAS
38 AQUINO, RONIE RAMIREZ
39 ARANDA, JOSEPHINE LABSO
40 ARBOLEDA, ISABELITA SILLANO
41 ARBOLEDA, JEFFREY SIMPAO
42 ARCAGUA, ARVIN JR BONGABONG
43 ARCHES, MARIA KATHRINA ASIS
44 ARCIAGA, JOHN KENNETH CATINDIG
45 ARIOSA, GENIVEB LAGULAY
46 ARISPE, BRIAN CABRERA
47 ARTICULO, SALVE LEONOR DIÑO
48 ARZADON, CARMELA WUTHRICH
49 ATIENZA, KRISTINE JEANICA DELA PEÑA
50 AURELIO, ANGIELA MARIE GRANJA
51 AWANG, KENNETH LUKMAN
52 AYONAYON, RACHELLE MAE SALAS
53 AÑANO, PETER ED SALCEDO
54 BACHINI, BEATRICE MARIE LU
55 BADILLA, MIKIELA FRANCIA OCAMPO
56 BAISA, KIMBERLY ANN PELAGIO
57 BALBUENA, GIANA MAE BENDANILLO
58 BALO, MARVINNE KRIZIA PAGATPATAN
59 BANDOQUILLO, TRIXIA JOYCE TOROTORO
60 BAQUIRAN, KARL STANLEY ESPAÑOLA
61 BARON, BENJAMIN ENRIQUE BASA
62 BARQUIA, RENSYL BONIFACIO
63 BARRA, JETHRO MARI ADORA
64 BARRUGA, CARMILLE LOUISE VALENCIA
65 BARTOLOME, EILEANA CHLO'E ANTONIO
66 BASCOS, JISELLE DEL PILAR
67 BATONGBACAL, MARY JOY COLOMA
68 BAUTISTA, AARON MAGANTE
69 BAUTISTA, GEORGE III RAMOS
70 BAUTISTA, JANINE MARI VELASQUEZ
71 BAUTISTA, PIA MAY MADEJA
72 BAUYON, BERNADETTE GRACE OSBUAL
73 BAYACAL, RONA CHRISTINE MIRANIA
74 BELEN, JOSEPH JAMES SANTOS
75 BENAVIDES, ELLAINE JOY VILLANIA
76 BENOSA, ZIECORGYNN-EQUAL IMPERIAL
77 BIBERA, MICHAEL DANIEL TRINIDAD
78 BILLENA, JADE BUENAFLOR
79 BISARES, JAMES ARNOLD PASTORES
80 BOCOBOC, REINVILLE JUSON
81 BOLAÑOS, JEAN ATRIA SY
82 BOMBITA, ANGELO EDILLOR
83 BONIOL, MARY JOY AQUINO
84 BONLEON, MICAELA BIANCA LOPEZ
85 BONUS, GRACE NICOLE JOY TANSIP
86 BOOL, LEANNE CLAIRE MENDOZA
87 BRITO, LESLIE MAE CHI
88 BUENBRAZO, LORAINE RELATOS
89 BUENDIA, FERLAINE MAGNO
90 BUGIA, MONIQUE GRACE CUNDANGAN
91 BUSTILLOS, KARINA ASTOCIA
92 BYERS, ELVIS PAGTAMA
93 CABEBE, JOHN RICHARD CRUZ
94 CABELLO, CARL CHRISTIAN DIMAYUGA
95 CABOTAGE, NATHANIEL CARLOS BALGUNA
96 CAJES, KIMBERLY TINDOG
97 CALANGI, MYNA KATRINA ABANTE
98 CALASANZ, ERNEST PAUL YONGCO
99 CALAYCAY, JOANA MARI SILVERIO
100 CALSEÑA, JAN KENNETH CRUZ
101 CANDELARIO, CARMELLI JOY THERESE PEÑARANDA
102 CANILLAS, KAREN FAYE ARADILLOS
103 CANLAS, JEVERLEEN CASTRO
104 CAPILI, SHEENE AREN BELTRAN
105 CAPISIN, STELLA MARIE SAYCO
106 CARABACAN, BALIE NG
107 CARDENAS, ANA THERESA ALCOBA
108 CARPIO, JAZEL JOYCE MONTEHERMOSO
109 CASTOLERO, RUBEN DELA CRUZ
110 CASTRO, APRIL CURRIMAO
111 CASUPANAN, ELYN MAE CARREON
112 CATACUTAN, CHARISSE AMADOR
113 CATAMCO, RYSA VILLANUEVA
114 CATAMEO, KHARIZA MAE CASTILLOTE
115 CATIBOG, JOSHUA MARK ROSALES
116 CAYONE, JONATHAN VELOSO
117 CAÑARES, CARMELA GRACE FLORESTA
118 CAÑARES, DYLE PRINCE TABOR
119 CELLONA, KLAUDIUS BAGAS
120 CELLS, LANCE ARDIE ALMORO
121 CENIZA, JAN EMMANUEL RODRIGUEZ
122 CERBAS, JOSEPH GLENN LEONCIO
123 CERVANTES, JACKY MARI BATINGANA
124 CHU, KIMBERLY CLAIRE CHENG
125 CHUA, CLEO ANGELINE DE VERA
126 CHUA, RHEA ANGELI COMEDIA
127 CINCO, NICOLLO MARTIN
128 CO, TARA-ANN NICOLE BUENAFE
129 COCOS, SABINO EMIL III BERATIO
130 COFONE, DYAN ESPIRITU
131 COLET, MAVERICK KAYPEE ANCHETA
132 COLMENARES, RICHELLE KRISH SUMAOY
133 CONDE, DAN KEVIN IRITAN
134 CONSULTADO, MAY WENCIS SARAGOSA
135 CORTEZ, KARL GREGORY BUSA
136 CRISOL, JESSMAREE CERVANTES
137 CRISPO, MARY ROSE MIRANDA
138 CRISTOBAL, RACHEL ANN BAUTISTA
139 CRISTOBAL, REY JOSEPH CASAS
140 CRUZ, JACOB JAKE CERENO
141 CRUZ, MIGUEL ALFONSO ESCUETA
142 CUCIO, TRISHA MARIE DELA CRUZ
143 CUENCO, HONEY GAIL SALALILA
144 CUEVA, CARLA KATE DIANGO
145 CULIANAN, REGINA GRACE PINEDA
146 CURARATON, VINA MARIE MAQUIRANG
147 CUSTODIO, JETHRO ADAM VIRTUDAZO
148 CUSTODIO, MA ANGELA BIANCA RAMIREZ
149 DACANAY, IARAH LOAISA MACALALAD
150 DALUSONG, ARNOLD PACHECO
151 DAMAYO, NEIL CARLO SU
152 DAPLAS, BRYAN TRIA
153 DAS, ALLYZA KIM SILVERIO
154 DAVID, DENNIS LOPEZ
155 DE CASTRO, CAMILLE PATRICIA TUBALINAL
156 DE GUZMAN, JOSEPH MARK SALVATIERRA
157 DE JESUS, CHRISTINE JOY CABUSCA
158 DE JESUS, DENNIS JOSEPH EBALOBOR
159 DE JESUS, SHEILA CAMILLE
160 DE LA CRUZ, IANNA KRISTINE HERRERA
161 DE VILLA, ANNA KATHERINE ESCOBINAS
162 DEL ROSARIO, HAZEL JASME
163 DELA CRUZ, EURONA CECIL STO DOMINGO
164 DELA ROSA, MIKKO CHIONG
165 DELA TORRE, ALYANNA MAE TABANGAY
166 DELLOTA, CHRISTOPHER ALMALBIS
167 DELOS REYES, MARVIN CLARK TALLADA
168 DEMASANA, MICHAEL ANGELO MANAHAN
169 DIESTRO, ANDREA SANTOS
170 DIMAYACYAC, MUTYA CABRERA
171 DIMOL, MARIELLE BERNADETTE JARO
172 DINLASAN, VIJIEY HERVERA
173 DIONISIO, MELENCIO III GARCIA
174 DITAN, KATYA CZARINA PIDO
175 DIZON, MARIA CHRISTINA ECKART SALADORES
176 DIZON, TRISTAN GABRIEL SO
177 DOLAOTA, MARY DANICA SAGAYNO
178 DOMANAIS, PHOEBE KAE DOMASIG
179 DOMINGO, HARVEY CANTO
180 DOMINGUEZ, JED MARIE BULUSAN
181 DOMINGUEZ, JERICHA FAITH MALIHAN
182 DUATA, PAULO MENDOZA
183 DUCUT, RALEIGH JR SERRA
184 DURIAS, DENNILYNE QUIARORO
185 EJE, KIM TORRELIZA
186 ELAMPARO, LEO RAPHAEL CRUZ
187 ELIZAGA, MARIANNE ARCA
188 ELMI, KAREN DELMO
189 ELNAR, ROXANNE LIMBAGA
190 ENDAYA, NADINE JULIANO
191 ENRIQUEZ, GERARD JOSEPH GONZALES
192 ESCANER, KRISTINE GRACE LAGUNDAY
193 ESCOTO, MARY EVE ADELINE TORRES
194 ESGUERRA, CHRISTIAN GABRIEL DOLORES
195 ESPINO, JANINE VILLALON
196 ESPINOSA, ALLANA LYN PERALTA
197 ESPINOSA, NIEVES JANE OSANO
198 ESPIRITU, ANJANETTE MAREE MAÑO
199 ESPIRITU, RIO JUS PEDRO II AUSTRIA
200 ESPIRITU SANTO, JESCILLE LEAÑO
201 ESTRADA, EDJOCHRIS GUTIERREZ
202 ESTRADA, LOREN GRACE PARAAN
203 ESTRADA, MIRIAM TAGAYUNA
204 EUGENIO, EMERY MERCADO
205 FABILLAR, AMETHYST PEARL URBIZTONDO
206 FAMY, NOREEN ELGINA BANTICAN
207 FENOL, JANELLA GRACE RAFAEL
208 FERNANDEZ, MYRIZ ORATE
209 FERNANDEZ, SARAH JANE BOLUS
210 FERNANDO, EVITA CELINA BARRANCO
211 FERRER, DIONAH FE ALAGAO
212 FERRER, FRANCIS DAVE NACUA
213 FETALVERO, KARL CHESTER DESIERTO
214 FILOMENO, MICHAEL JOHN TAPANGAN
215 FLORDELIS, PAULA PATRICIA CRIS PALACIOS
216 FLORES, BRYAN MAE SERRANO
217 FLORES, CHRISTINE JADE GAGAM
218 FLORES, VANESSA UY
219 FLOREZA, BUEN RUSSELL CAPALAD
220 FORONDA, MYKEL RENN JAMITO
221 FORTEA, MICHELLE ALYSSA ANN APOSTOL
222 FRANCISCO, SHANNEN NAVARRO
223 FRIAS, ABRAHAM EDWARD FUERTE
224 GABON, EMMA RUTH NACARIO
225 GALAN, DIANNE JANE SINCO
226 GALOPE, KARA NNEKA CLIMACO
227 GALVEZ, JOHN MICHAEL BAUTISTA
228 GAMIT, MELANIE GRACE LACADEN
229 GARCIA, KRIZZA MAY DE LA CRUZ
230 GARCIA, LOUISE SHARMAINE REYES
231 GARCIA, MARIA LORENA HIPOLITO
232 GARCIA, MARIE ANSHA MERCADO
233 GARCIA, MIGUEL SALVADOR SABILE
234 GARGAR, TWINKLE CINCO
235 GASATAYA, PAUL DIAZ
236 GAYOSO, MARIA SHEILA ANTOZADA
237 GERSAVA, KAE LORAINE PORRAS
238 GO, JOHN CAESAR III EGASAN
239 GO, RIEZEL PAMELA BUHAIN
240 GOBWAY, REYO RASHEED BASA
241 GOMEZ, ANGEL
242 GOMEZ, JOHN LEMUEL UY
243 GONZALES, MA LOUISE KATRINA MATADLING
244 GONZALES, MARY GRACE LAPE
245 GONZALES, NIKKO DY
246 GONZALES, PAUL NICHOL GALAN
247 GRAGEDA, YNA GATDULA
248 GRATIL, ALYSSA NICOLE CACHO
249 GRIÑO, ELLAINE LILI GRACE YEE
250 GUINTO, ANNA BIEN GERONIMO
251 GUITONES, KHERVIN IAN MINION
252 HAYAG, CATTLEYA MAE CLORINA
253 HEMENTERA, PRINCESS JOY ALBA
254 HERNAN, HYDEE-LIZA DELARMENTE
255 HERNANDEZ, GILLIAN KATHLEEN GONZALES
256 HERNANDEZ, JANEL BLANCHE ILAO
257 HIDALGO, CLAUDINE MEDINA
258 HINAHON, JAIME ERIKA ATANGAN
259 HIRANG, JONAS MONTEVERDE
260 HUTALLA, KATRINA CLARISSE MINOR
261 IDICA, MA ISABEL YABES
262 IGNACIO, CHESKA VELETE
263 IGNACIO, MARK JUSTIN ENDRINA
264 ILAGAN, JANIZA REGINE CAMAGANACAN
265 ILAGAN, MONIQUE GALINATO
266 INFANTADO, MYZELLE ANNE JUMIG
267 INOT, MERVIN TAN
268 ISIP, MA KATHERINE LEIDO
269 ISITO, KEZIAH EDA SABANDAL
270 ITOH, KEN WINSTON CLOMA
271 JABONILLO, RICA ELOPRE
272 JAMANDRON, JASMIN MALACCA
273 JAMPAYAS, SAMANTHA JAN JULIAN
274 JAPOS, MARIA ANGELICA FAYLOGA
275 JARDER, FAYE ISOEBELLE NAPUD
276 JAVIER, JOURDAIN EMMANUEL RIVAL
277 JETOMO, AILEN LAGATA
278 JIMENEZ, NICOLE ANNE
279 JUARIO, CHARMAINE IRISH LONGAKIT
280 JUMARANG, JOHN CARLO SISCAR
281 KIMPA-OY, VENUS QUINTINO
282 LABARETE, REJEAN SANCHEZ
283 LACHICA, ALESSA SALEM
284 LAGTAPON, MA ANGELA SOCORRO POTESTAS
285 LAGUNDI, ATHENA LYNN MONTEJO
286 LAGURA, ANGELIE CAMPOS
287 LAMOSTE, AMIEL BLANE POCPOC
288 LAPID, FRANCISCO JR BERONILLA
289 LAVADIA, JUSTIN LANCE MARCEL SEBASTIAN
290 LAYUG, RENNY ANN OBING
291 LEE, PERRY NEIL YEE
292 LEE, SHARLYN TORRES
293 LEGASPI, MARIA AIMA THERESE ALASAAS
294 LEGASPI, MARY RACHELLE PATRICIO
295 LEONOR, JOHN MATTHEW LOPEZ
296 LIBARIOS, MELANIE RAMOS
297 LIM, ANGELA COLEEN MORTEL
298 LIMA, NIKO VINSON CADUNGOG
299 LIMJAP, JESSICA FRANCINE FRESNIDO
300 LINANTUD, JESSA MARIE MOJICA
301 LIPANA, RYAN CHRISTOPHER ALMANZOR
302 LLAMOSO, JOHN KEVIN KLYDE ENRIQUEZ
303 LOPEZ, EUDINEL JOSHUA CARLOS
304 LOPEZ, JOYCE ANNE ESCARIO
305 LOZADA, ELMER LUIGI JR BADIOLA
306 LUAGE, RECZEL MENDOZA
307 LUY, DAVE PATRICK RACILLO
308 MACASAET, JOENARD CRUZ
309 MADARANG, PRECIOUS EMPERADOR
310 MADAYAG, JANELLE MARIE LELISA
311 MAGLALANG, JUSTIN
312 MAGTOTO, VIR ANGELO JENELI JAVIER
313 MALLARI, JOHN JERICHO BERNARDO
314 MANALANG, JUSTIN POLL BENEDICT CORPUS
315 MANALO, RICAMAE KESSIAH OCAMPO
316 MANARES, LYSSA BEA OGALESCO
317 MANES, MARY JOY DOMANTAY
318 MANLULU, ELLEBANNA GOODNIGHT NUQUI
319 MANUBAG, JOHN LORENZ LOYOLA
320 MANZANILLO, KENNETH MAY CUARESMA
321 MAQUILING, JOHN MARX ESTORIA
322 MARCOS, ROSALLY GRACE AGULLANA
323 MAROTO, REGINE DUMAPAY
324 MARQUEZ, CRYSTAL BELLE ALCANTARA
325 MASANGKAY, AXL ROSS YCASAS
326 MAULEON, MILLICENT ROSCENNE ATIENZA
327 MAYUGA, VINCENT JHED PEREZ
328 MEDINA, MA JANELA AGUYAOY
329 MENDEGORIN, CHRISTY MONZON
330 MENDOZA, DEXANNE MARIE DELA CRUZ
331 MERIA, REUVIN ALDRIGE NAVAREZ
332 MICIANO, LIEZL CLARIZZE SALVADOR
333 MICLAT, CHRISTIAN JOHN AMPARO
334 MIRASOL, WILFREDO III QUINTO
335 MISAJON, ANGELO JAMES ANGELES
336 MISAJON, TIMOTHY JOHN ANGELES
337 MISSION, RUTH MARIZ BUNAGAN
338 MITA, SUGURU ALBERTO QUIAMBAO
339 MIÑANO, SHEIGNE ALVIR MONTOJO
340 MOLLANEDA, NIÑO FRANCIS PESALBON
341 MONOCAY, MA GLONIE MONOCAY
342 MONTALES, MARIA ROXETTE CALULO
343 MONTEHERMOSO, RENEE GRACE RAYCO
344 MORTA, RIZZA JOY SEBES
345 MUTA, ASHTON JAMES QUIJANO
346 MUÑOZ, MAC NHICOLE JOHNSON
347 NAOE, DIANE JESSICA FRIANEZA
348 NAPILOT, CHRISTIAN AEBEN PADILLA
349 NAVASERO, MA JANEDY DIMAPILIS
350 NICDAO, NICO CAMACHO
351 NIERRAS, JUSTINE ALEXIS DABUET
352 NIMANAND, PRINCESS PIDO
353 NUESCA, AUDREY MICHIKU MAGBOJOS
354 OBATE, KEVIN PONCE
355 OCAMPO, TRISHA MARIE DELA CRUZ
356 OLEGARIO, PIA PATRICIA LARENA
357 OLIVARES, JARY RIE ELISEO
358 ONG, MARIE COLLINS VILLANUEVA
359 ONTAL, MERTHYLL GAIL VERGARA
360 OPADA, KATRINA MAE MAGALLANES
361 OSANA, KATRINA ORALLO
362 OUANO, DONICKU ABALO
363 PABLO, CEARA MEI ASUNCION
364 PACIA, LUZELLE SALAS
365 PADILLA, LEVIN ISAAC
366 PADILLA, STEVEN CHRISTIAN EDILART AZURIN
367 PADUA, PEJAY FABRIGAS
368 PAGADUAN, MARC ROSELL
369 PAGTAKHAN, MIA ALMIRA APILADO
370 PAGUIRIGAN, RIZZA ESPAÑO
371 PALACIO, GILIAN-ANE LEIGH AGAMATA
372 PALANCA, RENE ANDRE TAN
373 PALMA, DANN NIKKO DE GUZMAN
374 PALOMA, AYN JAMELLE ISIDERIO
375 PAMILOZA, GENE RUTH TURINGAN
376 PAMILOZA, TYRONE
377 PANCERAS, KRISTINE JOY DELES
378 PANGILINAN, MARVIN JAMES DEL PRADO
379 PANTULIA, ISRAEL SANCHEZ
380 PASCUA, JANE ZSAMIR MAGTULTOL
381 PAYAD, CHERRWYN NIUGINI ZARATE
382 PAYAWAL, LORENZ JULES SALVADOR
383 PETIPIT, CHRISTINE TOLENTINO
384 PEÑA, LORELIE ANNE CONSULTA
385 PILAC, NHELISSA RAZON
386 PINCA, GRACIEL KIM ADORA
387 PLATON, CAMILLE ALEXANDRA CABALLERO
388 POBLETE, JENELL CELECIO
389 POLIGRATES, JANINE JERAMIE LEGASPI
390 POTENTE, PATRICIA LOUISE MORENO
391 QUIDLAT, ADRIEN JESUS NIERE
392 QUIDLAT, ADRIEN PIERRE NIERE
393 QUIMSON, JEROME DE ASIS
394 QUINTANS, JULIENE FERRER
395 RAAGAS, GRACIELLA JESSICA ARCE
396 RAFFIÑAN, JOSE MARI LIM
397 RAMEL, JONAS MIKKO DONGHIL
398 RATIO, LEO ANTHONY DELFIN
399 REFUERZO, JAZMIN CARISSE BARTILET
400 REGONDOLA, KYLE YVES ECHAGUE
401 REMIGIO, LAWRENCE JUSTICE CARREON
402 REMOLANO, CHRIS PAOLO FACTORIZA
403 REPIQUE, JOSHUA AGUIRRE
404 REVEREZA, IDA MARIE NAGAR
405 REYES, ANA EUNICA BEATRIZ ALQUIZOLA
406 REYES, JUAN MIGUEL RAMOS
407 REYES, NIÑA RICCI CALACHAN
408 RIMANDO, JONATHAN WILMER TAPIA
409 RIOSA, CHRISTINE ANNE TINGZON
410 RITAL, GONZALO MARI III MIJARES
411 RIVERA, ESMINIO II LACADEN
412 RIVERA, REMO HUAVAS
413 ROILES, FRANCIS BRIAN CAÑETE
414 ROMERO, ALJO ADRIAN SERGIO
415 ROSAS, KERVIN JAY ABRERO
416 ROXAS, ALYSSA MAE FRANCISCO
417 ROYON, ARVIN KENNETH REGALA
418 RUECA, JOHN ERIC QUIAMBAO
419 SAAVEDRA, JAN CARLO VERA CRUZ
420 SABIO, NICOLO DAN NIQUE
421 SACDALAN, MA RAQUEL ELYZETTE ANGELES
422 SADDI, JERMAINE ISIP
423 SAHAGUN, MARIA PATRICIA NOLASCO
424 SALAYSAY, APRIL KAYE PAMISA
425 SALCEDO, KRISTINA CARLA TUBIERA
426 SALIMBANGON, ADRIAN LIMALIMA
427 SALUTA, MARIA JURELLE BAUTISTA
428 SANCHEZ, MA JUELA KASHELLA JAVIER
429 SANCHEZ, MICHAEL NICO EVANGELISTA
430 SANCHEZ, THOMAS JOHN DE GUZMAN
431 SANTAMARIA, RALF VELARDE
432 SANTIAGO, FATIMA REAN REYES
433 SANTIAGO, SHARMAINE MORAN
434 SANTOS, HONIELET DIANE MALABANAN
435 SANTOS, MARIA JONNALIN CARANDANG
436 SANTOS, ROMAN ERIKO EVANGELISTA
437 SARAGOZA, JENIFER JANE CALUYA
438 SARDALLA, ALAN PATRICK VILLAMOR
439 SARDIDO, JEANELLE FRANCESCA GUEVARRA
440 SARMIENTO, JEFFREY PINEDA
441 SERRANO, KEVIN MELRICK MEDENILLA
442 SERRANO, PAULINE PECSON
443 SHINDEN, KANAE VILLARBA
444 SIBAL, MARY JEZKA NAVA
445 SIBAYAN, PATRICIA MISHAELA RIVERA
446 SIGUA, CHRISTIAN MARK LOPEZ
447 SINO-AG, CHERYL IVON REUMA
448 SINSON, CLARICE GAGALANG
449 SIOSON, RANDELL MAGNO
450 SISON, ISABEL MELO
451 SISON, VICTOR ANGELO CANLAS
452 SO, SARAH CHESKA ONG
453 SOLIS, FELIZ MARIE FAMATIGAN
454 SOLUTA, MARIEL SANTOS
455 SOMBRITO, ALLISON CAMILLE MATOZA
456 SOPELARIO, ULYSSES YUMUL
457 SOTTO, NILLI VERNICE GUIBELONDO
458 SUAREZ, MAAL CASSIO PHEIA FORTES
459 SULLIVAN, RAVEN DOMINIQUE BEDONIA
460 SUNGA, JANINE CARLA DIJAN
461 SY, CZARIMIRR SHANNON CHUA
462 TABOTABO, LARA KRISTINE JOY VANGUARDIA
463 TAN, ANGELA XYRLE RICHARD
464 TAN, MARK IAN ESPERANZA
465 TAN, PATRICIA ALYSSA MAGLASANG
466 TANGONAN, ARBED VALENZUELA
467 TANODRA, DON KARLO INOCENCIO
468 TAPOROC, ZANDRA MARIANO
469 TATCO, ARVIN TERENCE DELA CRUZ
470 TAVU, ALLYZA MAY ESPINOSA
471 TECSON, ALVIN JOSEPH LAIZ
472 TEVES, ADRIAN EMMANUEL DIAGO
473 TEVES, ERIKA NICOLE QUIÑONES
474 TIAMSON, PHILMARLON LOGATOC
475 TING, AMELIA SHARMAINE MALLARI
476 TIONGCO, CARMINE PINEDA
477 TIU, KIMMY YU
478 TIU, MARK ROBIN GAA
479 TOH, CHARLENE IRIS LAO
480 TOLENTINO, JOHN PAUL ESPAÑOL
481 TOLENTINO, MARION MAE MONROYO
482 TOLORIO, JOAN LAGAHIT
483 TOMOL, IVY PRISCILLA SALA
484 TONIO, MARK HARLEY SABADO
485 TORRES, ANA MARGARITA MEDADO
486 TRIMAÑEZ, DAVE RAMONETTE VELASCO
487 TRINIDAD, GALAHAD USIS
488 TUBIG, MARIEL BORDALLO
489 TUGADE, IAN MICHAEL OLIVER RAMIREZ
490 UY, ANNE JAYNE EBANCULLA
491 UY, EUFRANCES ALLAMEEN ONDAY
492 VALDEZ, ANGELICA ROSE BAQUIO
493 VALDEZ, MARIBELLE LAVARIAS
494 VALERO, CHERRYMAE JOYCE HIGUIT
495 VELICARIA, KHAIL EDSEL RONQUILLO
496 VENTURA, JERICHO EARL DUBLIN
497 VERGARA, JOSE AVELINO VALDECANTOS
498 VICENTE, JAMES KEANE FLORES
499 VICTORINO, ANDREA MONIQUE CRUZ
500 VIDALLO, ALYANNA MARA AGUSTIN
501 VIDANIA, LOIDA GUANTERO
502 VILLACAMPA, ALESSANDRA JOY MATA
503 VILLACRUZ, JUSTIN LAWRENCE TANGHAL
504 VILLANUEVA, NIKKI JUN VILLANUEVA
505 VILLEZA, THARA KRISTELLE PON-AN
506 VIRAY, NISSA MARIE GALINATO
507 VITAL, MA TERESITA CARLA JERUSALEM
508 YAP-EO, SHIRALD SAY-EO
509 YBURAN, ASHTER EILEEN SILVA
510 ZOTOMAYOR, MARVIN DICHOS
511 ZULUETA, CHRISTINA JANE DEIPARINE

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

2014 NUTRITIONIST-DIETITIAN LICENSURE EXAMINATION RESULTS

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that about 64 percent (634 out of 997) passed the Nutritionist-Dietitian Licensure Examination in Manila and Zamboanga last July 2014 given by the Board of Nutrition and Dietetics.  The members of the Board of Nutrition and Dietetics who gave the licensure examination are Virgith B. Buena, Chairman and Azucena B. Limbo, Member. The results were released in two (2) working days from the last day of examination.

TOP TEN SUCCESSFUL EXAMINEES

The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places in the July 2014 Nutritionist-Dietitian Licensure Examination are the following:

1
KELVIN R-JAY VILLALOBOS ESPOSO | 86.35
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN

2
KRISTINE TENSUAN VITASA | 84.95
MANILA TYTANA COLLEGES, INC (for.MANILA DOCTORS COLL)

3
BLAISE GULANES BAUTISTA | 84.60
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN

4
MADELENE CABALDA CALALO | 84.35
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN

ALEXANDRA PANGANIBAN VIVAS | 84.35
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS

5
APRIL RICA HEFERVEZ LAPUT | 84.10
UNIVERSITY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-DAVAO

6
CHRISTOPHER JOHN GARCIA MACAPUGAY | 84.00
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN

7
ISABEL GABRIEL MARTINEZ | 83.95
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN

8
VERGINIA JOSE CASTRO | 83.65
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS

JULIANNE STEFANI RICO MALONG | 83.65
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN

9
ADRIENNE VENISH CUERDO GAWTEE | 83.60
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN

10
JACKIE LYN BADILLO AREVALO | 83.35
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN



Roll of Successful Examinees in the NUTRITIONIST-DIETITIAN LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on JULY 30 & 31, 2014 and Released on AUGUST 4, 2014

1  ABADILLA, AUBREY  ACUNA
2  ABANICO, EVAN RYAN  SAMONTE
3  ABDULAJID, RUGAIDA  AHMAD
4  ABELINDE, AGNES  ALAYAN
5  ABELLERA, RICHELLE  BAUTISTA
6  ABLEN, MARIA MAUREEN  GARCIA
7  ACEVEDO, BIANCA MARGARITA  MORTEL
8  ACOP, ALONA  ACAP
9  ADELANTE, ANGIE  BARREGON
10  ADINA, CARISA GRACE  ALVAREZ
11  ADORABLE, JAMESTON  SILVERIO
12  ADZHAR, NUR-ANA  ARANG
13  AGANA, MARY ANN  PULLAN
14  AGGABAO, KATHERYNNE MARJORIE-ANNE
15  AGUILAR, EDNALYN  BERNAL
16  AGUILON, BEVERLY  DOMONDON
17  AJES, KATRINA  HERNANDEZ
18  ALBORIDA, KRISTINE JOY  TORIO
19  ALCANTARA, DIANE JOY  VALDEZ
20  ALCID, BERNADINE MARGIE  MERCADO
21  ALEJANDRO, ANALIZA  DIMASUAY
22  ALFARAZ, EDNA  LUINGAS
23  ALIGADO, EVA JOY  DINGAL
24  ALINTANA, KRISHNA  CAMACHO
25  ALLARSE, KAREN JANE  SARDIDO
26  ALMARIO, MARC LOUIE  MACEDA
27  ALVAREZ, LORRAINE ANGELI  OSEA
28  AMBROCIO, MAITA  OCUAMAN
29  AMIGO, MIRZAH ARYANNE  ADESAS
30  AMIL, HEVA  SANDY
31  AMORES, SHULAMITE GRACE  LAGOS
32  AMPOLITOD, SHEILA MAE  ABONITALLA
33  ANDOY, CHERRY JANE  NAINGUE
34  ANDRES, CZARINA ALYSSA  AQUISAP
35  ANGELES, HERSHEY  MESA
36  ANGELES, PATRICIA ANNE  JOTA
37  ANTERO, MARENITH  CARINO
38  AQUINO, CATHERINE ANNE  RIVERA
39  AQUINO, HEIDI  MAYOCYOC
40  ARAGONCILLO, DANNISE CARLA  SALUDARES
41  ARANETA, MICHAELA FRANCESCA THERESE  LIBORO
42  ARAOJO, LUZVILYN  MANUEL
43  ARAÑAS, JOHN RAFAEL  REGALA
44  ARCIAGA, CHERYLL  SALMORIN
45  ARCILLA, CZARINA MAE
46  ARCILLA, SAVEENA AIRISH  MOJICA
47  AREVALO, JACKIE LYN  BADILLO
48  AREVALO, SHANNEN FAYE  QUIZON
49  ARINGO, ETHEL JOYCE  CATAMPATAN
50  ARMONIO, MICHELLE  VALENZUELA
51  ARROSA, GABRIELA  SUCILLA
52  ARTIGO, MA ROBELLE  PETILLA
53  ASAHAN, JONAH MARIE  SOTELO
54  ASARAM, MOHEMMA  IBRAHIM
55  ASIABEN, MARICLAIRE  COMISMIS
56  ASOY, ELVIRA  AGCOL
57  ASPREC, PAULA AIDA LUISA  BONDOC
58  AURIO, TANIA MARIA  ANICETO
59  AVILA, MARJHEN  GABRILLO
60  AVILES, NOLASCO JR  CABILATAZAN
61  AYO, ANA PATRICIA  VELASQUEZ
62  AYTONA, DIANNA ROSE  FABRIQUIER
63  AZORES, JOSE ELMO  HERNANDEZ
64  AZURIN, ANDREA YSABELLE  LANACA
65  BA-A, KRIS  LEON
66  BACENA, FRANCIS ERIK  PAYOT
67  BADILLA, MIKKO MARK GREG  MEDEL
68  BADONG, MARK JOHN  INFANTE
69  BAES, CHYSSY  GEVERA
70  BAGA-AN, ANGELYN  CARIÑO
71  BAGGAS, OLIVIA  LANG-AY
72  BAGUASAN, KIM CHARRES  ABI-ABI
73  BAJARO, CLARINNE LOUISE  ARRIESGADO
74  BALAJO, SHIRLEY  BELINGON
75  BALGOS, PRINCESS ANA MARIE  CALIP
76  BALINTAG, CHRISTINE  PANAS
77  BALISTOY, ABIGAIL  BIGTAS
78  BANABAN, CHERELYN  MARCON
79  BANAYBANAY, CATHY MAE  NIESAS
80  BANTA, LEA ALEXIS NICOLE  MAGBOJOS
81  BARBA, MA MELINDA  DALAGAN
82  BARING, ANNALYN  VISCA
83  BARRO, MA CHRISTINE  SOLSONA
84  BARTOLOME, DEANNE  RECILLE
85  BASOBAS, MARY GRACE  BARROZO
86  BATALLA, AMARI  MANINGAS
87  BATARA, MARIE VIANNEY  JUAN
88  BATUSIN-IN, CHARLENE  GONZALES
89  BAUTISTA, BLAISE  GULANES
90  BAUTISTA, DANA KIMBERLY  VISTER
91  BAUTISTA, JESSICA ANN  BARTOLOME
92  BAUTISTA, JULIE-KRIS  CANCERAN
93  BAUTISTA, MARIANNE  DELOS REYES
94  BAYBAYAN, CAROLYN JOVI  SANTIANO
95  BAYGAS, JANE  LACNO
96  BAYLO, LEDIE MARIZ  VALLENTE
97  BAYLOSIS, MA ARIZA  CABUNGCAL
98  BEDUYA, FLORITO II  YMAS
99  BELARDO, MA CATHRINA  SIERTE
100  BELO, SABINA MARIE  CATINDIG
101  BELTRAN, ELISHA MARIZ  GUIANG
102  BENITEZ, KATRINA ANNE  TEVES
103  BERAQUIT, MARK ANTHONY  LIMPIN
104  BERNALDO, HANNAH EDEN  OCAMPO
105  BESILIA, MA ALEXIS  CORPUS
106  BESITE, JACQUILYN  DALIDA
107  BESTOCA, LYFA  MATES
108  BOBON, KIER ANTHONY  MUÑOZ
109  BOGAWIT, KLEA  JIMENES
110  BOLAÑO, MA GERMAINE  GOMEZ
111  BONINA, TRIZIA  ENCENARIAL
112  BORDADOR, MARIA BEATRIX  VISTAN
113  BRIONES, SHAILINI MAY  SORIANO
114  BRIONGOS, ANAFE  BONCODIN
115  BRISENIO, WILMA  IBARRIENTOS
116  BUAN, KAREN MAY  SAN JOSE
117  BUCAG, ANA PATRISHA  LOPEZ
118  BUCOY, HONEY LYN  CAVALIDA
119  BUENAFE, CHRISTINE DIANNE  DE LA CRUZ
120  BUENAVENTURA, KRIS EVERT  FULLON
121  BUERA, CHRISTIA JESUSA  CASTIL
122  BUGAS, ROLYN GRACE  FLORES
123  BUGTONG, MARIA ISABEL  OLIVEROS
124  BUHIA, JO ARABELLE MAILYN  BALABAG
125  BULADACO, KEREN  JAMES
126  BUSILAN, YULA  CARAG
127  BUSTAMANTE, PERGIE HONEY  ASUNCION
128  CAASI, ALEXIS MARIE  MABANAG
129  CABACANG, SAM PATRICK  LORZANO
130  CABADA, JESSAMAE  QUIDLAT
131  CABAJAR, ANNESHRINA  PERDIDO
132  CABALLERO, LOVELY JOY  PATUBO
133  CABAÑOG, EMILY  MANCERA
134  CABILBIGAN, CRISLYN AMOR  DENONA
135  CABRAL, MARIE ELAINE  PACHECO
136  CADAGUE, MARY ROSE  CAÑA
137  CADAVID, ANALYN  PASIOLAN
138  CALABIAS, FELY GRACE  BASANIO
139  CALALANG, BIANCA CAMILLE  DE JESUS
140  CALALO, MADELENE  CABALDA
141  CALANGI, RACELLINE FAYE  DEGUITO
142  CALAY, BERNALYN  GUIDAWEN
143  CALAYAG, JAZELLE ANNE  SUMAYO
144  CALUMPANG, GLADY MAE  INDINO
145  CAMRAL, ANACEL  AMUALLA
146  CAMUS, ARLENE  NERI
147  CANDAO, BAI NISHRAN  USMAN
148  CANDIDO, ANNIE MAE  NUÑEZ
149  CANDOLIZA, ROMELA DEE  BILLONES
150  CANTONG, JUSTIN MAYELLE  REYES
151  CANTOS, PATRICIA ANN  GONZALES
152  CARMONA, KESIA  DELA SERNA
153  CASTAÑEDA, NICOLE ESSIELYN  CRUZ
154  CASTILLO, MA CLAUDINE  VILLARIVERA
155  CASTRO, GABRIEL NICOLO  ESPANTA
156  CASTRO, VERGINIA  JOSE
157  CATADA, JEDEDIAH  FLORES
158  CELESTIAL, MACEY KATE  JIMENEZ
159  CELLONA, MERIELIZA  ACOSTA
160  CENTENO, KIMBERLY BRIAR  MENDOZA
161  CHAN, KAREN  KUON
162  CHAN, MARY KIZZI  SERDONE
163  CHAVEZ, FATIMA JOYCE  CENIZA
164  CHAVEZ, MA PAULINNE  LACANLALE
165  CHAVEZ, SARAH ELIZABETH  DEL ROSARIO
166  CIUDADANO, GLENDA  TEATRO
167  CLARIN, JUNYLE CLARISSE  ORATA
168  CLEMENTE, ANJELIK LOUISE  BAUTISTA
169  COLOMA, DARYLLE JANE  MARISTELA
170  COLORADO, DONNA GRACE  MENDOZA
171  COMBALICER, JENNY LOU  FONTILLA
172  COMETA, PAMELA ROSE  TAN
173  CONDE, MA RIZZA  ROMERO
174  CONG, GENILLE IRISH  TE
175  CONTIC, MARY GENE  SIBAYAN
176  CORMANES, LIANNE  MACABENTA
177  CORTEZ, JEMUEL DARSON  MENDEZ
178  CRISTOBAL, JENNY ROSE  PALAMA
179  CRUZ, GIZELLE LARRA  GUERRERO
180  CRUZ, RUFFA  CASTRO
181  CUEVA, MICHELLE  BENDECIO
182  CUMAGUN, MA LOURDES  TABAOSARES
183  CUMLAT, ELYMAR ANDREI  BILANGO
184  CUMTI, JINKY  BOSLENG
185  CUSI, KEVIN CHRISTIAN  GUERZON
186  CUSI, RENALINE  HERNANDEZ
187  CUYAN, SOPHIA  BANDAS
188  DACUDAO, SELENA  FIRMALO
189  DADIS, GILBERTO JR  RELLOSO
190  DAGLI, VECAROSE  DE OCAMPO
191  DALANGIN, MARIA ROXETTE  ALCANTARA
192  DANAC, JOHN XYRELLE  AMAT
193  DANAN, JUNNESSE  HILARIO
194  DAVID, ALEXANDRA LYNE  ESPIRITU
195  DAVID, RENA GAY  LEGASPINA
196  DAVID, ROXANNE  GERMAN
197  DE CASTRO, KATHERINE ANNE  LIM
198  DE GUZMAN, DANIEL ANGELO  RUIZ
199  DE GUZMAN, JAPETH  FACUNLA
200  DE GUZMAN, RIZA  CRISTOBAL
201  DE JESUS, JOYCE CLAIRE  BUREROS
202  DE LA CRUZ, JOBELYNN  BARRANTES
203  DE LEON, CRYSTAL KAY  AÑONUEVO
204  DE LEON, JAYVEE  AUSTRIA
205  DE LEON, JEANETTE  VILLARINO
206  DE LOS REYES, SHAHANI  JALIOL
207  DE VERA, CHARIZA FE  VALLESTEROS
208  DE VILLA, CHARRY  MANGAYA
209  DECENA, KRISZIA ANN  UY
210  DELA CRUZ, ALLAN  SILVESTRE
211  DELA CRUZ, ERIKA JOY  IMPERIAL
212  DELA CRUZ, JACKIE  DE VILLA
213  DELA CRUZ, JOSEPH RENZ MARION  SANTIAGO
214  DELA CRUZ, MARY JANILLE  TOLENTINO
215  DELA PACION, KIMBERLY  DELUPIO
216  DELA PROVIDENCIA, RICHARD  NAZARENO
217  DELFINO, ALONA JANE  ABRIO
218  DELMO, ROSELLE ANNE  NICANDRO
219  DELOMEN, MARC JASON  CRUZ
220  DELOS REYES, ARVIN
221  DELOS REYES, GLORIA  MENDOZA
222  DELOS SANTOS, JENNA  BALBARONA
223  DELVO, CHARZALIZA  ORDOÑO
224  DEPANO, MIKI  SEPINA
225  DESALES, MARIEL
226  DESCANZO, DARLENE ROSE  SIMON
227  DIAZ, KAREN  LOZADA
228  DIMACULANGAN, APRIL  GENEROSO
229  DIMZON, KRISTOPHER NORIEL  YUMUL
230  DIZA, MARIEROSE  ESQUIVEL
231  DIZON, MELODY FAYE  BUENAVISTA
232  DOBLE, KHAMIR  SALVADOR
233  DOLORES, JEANNE ANGELICA  PAGKALINAWAN
234  DOLORITO, MAGNOLIA MAE  MIOTEN
235  DORADO, HINRICH  MUHI
236  DRIS, ANDREA NICOLE  DE LEON
237  DUALAN, BIANCA MARIE YSABEL  BORJA
238  DUNGANON, FLORANTE  DABUCO
239  DURAN, DANICA J  VILIRAN
240  DY, KATHREN YVONNE  HONG
241  DYCHITAN, ROXEANNE  TABUCOL
242  ECLARINO, JUDY ANNE  IGNACIO
243  EDORA, JACKIELYN MARIE  SALAZAR
244  EGUIA, GERA GRACE  SIBYA
245  EMERENCIANA, NIÑA ANGELICA  SANTOS
246  ENOT, IREN VY  RUIZ
247  ENRIQUEZ, MA CECILIA JOY  VILLAVICENTE
248  EPRES, SANDY  ABALAIN
249  EQUIPADO, ERNESTO JR  CALUMPANG
250  ERESTAIN, CLAIRE YUEN  BUENAOBRA
251  ESGUERRA, CHRISTINE  DE CHAVEZ
252  ESLABRA, ROXAN MARIE  EVARDOME
253  ESPARA, JENELYN  BANTE
254  ESPAÑOLA, ARTES  ALFEREZ
255  ESPINOSA, JUAN MIGUEL  QUODALA
256  ESPINOZA, CHRISTINE ALAINE  BRIEVA
257  ESPOSO, KELVIN R-JAY  VILLALOBOS
258  ESTADILLA, JOHN OLIVER  HERVIAS
259  ESTENOR, CLARINDA  BATTAD
260  ESTRADA, JANEL  VALENZUELA
261  EUSEBIO, JENN  RAMIREZ
262  EVANGELISTA, CHRISTABEL  PARADERO
263  FABELICO, MARY ANJANETTE  TALABIS
264  FABIALA, APRIL  PERJES
265  FADUL, GANNIE PAOLO  CAPUYAN
266  FAGTANAN, PRIESTESS ANN  COLLADO
267  FAIROZE, ANANOR  PUNO
268  FAJUTAGANA, DIANA ROSS  SAPUNGAN
269  FARIOLEN, LEA JENICA  TAN
270  FAURILLO, MARIA LIEZEL  TALAY
271  FEDELIN, APPLE  LIWANAGAN
272  FEDILO, KRISTINE JOY  ESPIN
273  FERNANDEZ, REIZL MARIZE  MENDOZA
274  FERRE, RICHARD  VILLOTES
275  FERRER, RONILIE ANN  EYAS
276  FLORES, ABBY ROSE  CONCEPCION
277  FLORES, HARMOND  DE SILVA
278  FLORUNGCO, JASTINE KENT  ERPELO
279  FRANCHE, ZYLEN FLOR  FERNANDEZ
280  FRANCISCO, CLARENCE ROBIN  BRIONES
281  FREO, KATHLEEN JOY  BALIWAG
282  FRONDA, JEUNESSE IMNAS  SADAMA
283  FUENTES, KATE  SALISE
284  GABUT, MA CLERHIZZA  OQUENDO
285  GABUYA, MICHAEL DEANDRE  DE KEYSER
286  GALLENERO, MARIEL  ROQUE
287  GAMMARU, MARK FRANCIS  REFAMONTE
288  GARCHITORENA, LOIS MAE  YUSON
289  GARRIDO, KEVIN  MINGARACAL
290  GATAPIA, DIORELLA MAE  SAN AGUSTIN
291  GATBONTON, BIANCA MARGUERITE  DE GUZMAN
292  GAWTEE, ADRIENNE VENISH  CUERDO
293  GAYATGAY, MA DOLORES  JAVATO
294  GEPANA, JAILYN  BAZ
295  GERONA, VINA KARMELA  MANAL
296  GIANAN, KRISTIANA ALYANA  MANLANGIT
297  GIL, KATHERINE  SARMIENTO
298  GODOY, CHEYENNE LOUISE  SORIANO
299  GOLINGO, PRINCESS AILYN  RILLERA
300  GOMEZ, EDDYL SHAYNE VANESSA  ACERET
301  GONGORA, JOANNA MARIE  BERNABE
302  GONZALES, ANNA PATRICIA  MIRAFLOR
303  GONZALES, ELAISA PEARL  MIRANDA
304  GONZALES, JOEANA MARIE  AGUSTIN
305  GONZALEZ, ROCELYNNE  TERCAN
306  GRACIO, RUTH  OÑIA
307  GRAFIA, EHRIKA JOY  CONDE
308  GUBATAN, CARLOS III  BISCOCHO
309  GUIUO, JESSA ANNE PAULINE  BALANE
310  GULLA, FRENZY  PUNZALAN
311  GUMABRAS, RANDOLPH  DIMATATAC
312  GUTIERREZ, RENZ RAFH  DANTES
313  HADJI OMAR, NORHAMIDA  TADO
314  HADJINULLA, NISTAN JAY  VILLEGAS
315  HARINA, MA DARA HANNAH  DIMAANO
316  HERMOSO, VALERI MAY  BON
317  HERNANDEZ, ALEJANDRO RAFAEL  CRISOSTOMO
318  HERNANDEZ, KHAYLYN TRIXIE  FIDER
319  HERNANDO, ANA YZABEL  JAVIER
320  HIMBING, LORRAINE  CASTOR
321  HUETTER, STEPHANIE MARIE  ALAG
322  IBASCO, JIZELLE  DE LEON
323  ICAO, MARGIELYN  BOCALES
324  IMPERIO, MA FATIMA SHARIENA  NAVA
325  ISIP, HAZEL MAE  TIGLAO
326  JACINTO, ROWIE JEAN  RAMOS
327  JARABAY, SHENA  BENAVIDEZ
328  JAVIER, ERIEL  ORSOLINO
329  JIMENEZ, REYNAN  MANONG
330  JOLEJOLE, THERESA KRISTA  BAUTISTA
331  JOSE, NOELYN CLARYZ  LAPADA
332  JULIAN, PATRISHA DIANNE  BAUTISTA
333  JUNDAM, ARNIEZA  ATIBING
334  KARIM, RIZZA  BARON
335  KILAPKILAP, IVEN JIL  ACADEMIA
336  KILOYEN, REGIELYN  FADCHAY
337  LACSON, JERICKA  SOBREDILLA
338  LACSON, STEPHANIE MARIE  EPIS
339  LAGUISMA, REICEL  BARADE
340  LAMIGO, LORNA MAE  REGULAR
341  LANORIO, MA CRISTINA  LAGATIC
342  LANTANO, GIANNE CAREN  SOLIMAN
343  LANZO, SHARMAINE  JAVIER
344  LAPEÑA, MARY ELIZABETH ANNE  TANGHAL
345  LAPUT, APRIL RICA  HEFERVEZ
346  LASOLA, SHEKINAH JIRAH  DIPUTADO
347  LAZO, MARJOERIE  PADILLA
348  LEE, LAUREN GAYLE  TAN
349  LEE, QUEENZYLEEN  LIM
350  LENDIO, KAYCEE  VASQUEZ
351  LESCANO, SARAH JANE  GUTIERREZ
352  LIBUIT, CRISTOFER  POSPOS
353  LIM, KATHRINE KAYE  CADIENTE
354  LIM, MADELINE BEATRICE  CHING
355  LIMJOCO, HANNAH DOLY JOY  CEBEDA
356  LINDO, TRACY JOYCE  TAN
357  LITONJUA, CARMINA  PEREZ
358  LLANES, THERESA DIANNE  CHUA
359  LONGANILLA, MA CARMELA  CANO
360  LORENZO, IVY JOY  FERNANDEZ
361  LORESCO, MAE ANNE  PAMPLONA
362  LOUIS, JAMIELYN  SUMAWAY
363  LUMBRIA, MARY ROSE  APUNTAR
364  LUMINARIAS, ALYSSA  DIAZ
365  MABAZA, AIREEN JANE  DOMINGUEZ
366  MACABULOS, LEA FAITH  MALASARTE
367  MACAPUGAY, CHRISTOPHER JOHN  GARCIA
368  MADLAING, TERESITA  BENITO
369  MADRIAGA, ANDREA ROXAN  CAÑA
370  MAGALLON, ANGELI JOY  CABRERA
371  MAGALLONES, JELLICA GABRIELLE  FACTURA
372  MAGANA, JESSIE BEL  RELATOR
373  MAGBANUA, HERSHEY  OLIPANO
374  MAGOS, SHIRNYL DOROTHY  ESTEMBER
375  MAGPILI, GLADYS  CREILA
376  MAHILUM, MARIA FRANCESCA  DOMER
377  MAKAKENA, RAY-HANNAH  GANOY
378  MALIA, RUTH  LIMPIADA
379  MALIGANG, DANIKKA  VILLARANTE
380  MALIT, JASMIN  SAPPARI
381  MALLION, SHIILA  ALCANTARA
382  MALONG, JULIANNE STEFANI  RICO
383  MALUNDAS, MA JAYZEL  EDRESA
384  MAMURIC, LAARNI  FLORES
385  MANALO, MICAH EARL  MENDOZA
386  MANLAPAT, CZARINA ROSE  CARCOSIA
387  MARA, HAZEL JOY  TONGSON
388  MARASIGAN, GAELLE NICOLE  BUENDIA
389  MARAVILLA, JITTEL LIBAY  SALAZAR
390  MARIANO, JUDITH  PESCADERO
391  MARIANO, YANESSA  BALDONADO
392  MARQUEZ, ROSE ANN  IBARDELOZA
393  MARTIN, THERESE MARIE  ABUT
394  MARTINEZ, ISABEL  GABRIEL
395  MARY, KRISTY JOY  QUIROS
396  MASILLONES, DAISY GLENN  SUMALINOG
397  MATSUSHITA, JEHN LOUISE  AÑONUEVO
398  MATURAN, LORIE MAE  PAGALAN
399  MEDALLA, LAWRENCE ROSS  GUEVARRA
400  MEDENILLA, MARK KEVIN  LEJOS
401  MEDINA, KRYSTINE  GUBAT
402  MENDOZA, JESSICA  BAUTISTA
403  MENDOZA, KRISTINE BEA  GOZUM
404  MENDOZA, SHIRLEY ANNE  MAGBANUA
405  MENORCA, MARY AGNES BEATRICE  RIVERA
406  MERCADO, NADINE EIRILLE  TUSING
407  MIGUEL, KHRISTINE ANGIELOU  SAMONTE
408  MIJARES, DENISE  ABAYA
409  MINGUEL, JESSICA  PARIÑAS
410  MIPARANUM, MERJURIE  SIGLER
411  MIRANDA, RAY ANN  ALORRO
412  MIRAÑA, ROSE JANE  AREVALO
413  MOHAMAD, PHILMA  TAHALANG
414  MOLINA, JACKY LOU  CAÑOPA
415  MOLLENO, PHOEBE JOY  ARAIS
416  MONTANO, LENY GRACE  JUMAMIL
417  MONTE, JIM  CAPAWAY
418  MONTEALTO, CLARISSE  VILLAVICENCIO
419  MONTECILLO, RUDDEN NIKKOLAI  JUMALON
420  MORALIDAD, CHELSEA  SAYSON
421  MOSURA, CATHERINE  ROSALDO
422  NAMANGCAYAO, SHEENA  FRANCO
423  NAPILA, JOANNA LEE  ATIENZA
424  NICOR, LORRAINE  GAMARCHA
425  NOCETE, CARYL  SEDILLO
426  NOEL, MISSY  GUTIERREZ
427  OBENITA, ABEGAIL  BAYOBO
428  OCAMPO, MARIA ANTONETTE  DE ASIS
429  OCTAVIO, ROYCE ANN  DIANO
430  OLAÑO, JELENNIE  GOLLA
431  OLIS, EUNELIZA  BEIRA
432  OLIVA, SHARMAINE  CABRISTANTE
433  OLIVER, REUDINE CAROLE  CRUZ
434  ONGKIKO, ROXANNE  DE GUZMAN
435  OROSA, AXEL LEI  CASTILLO
436  PACQUIAO, JULIE MIE  SISO
437  PACULIO, JOVY  BERNARDINO
438  PAGATPATAN, LEONARD VICTOR  PECAJAS
439  PAGE, MA LOUDIVIEN  FLORES
440  PAIG, JUDIE  LAGO
441  PANGOL, CHRIS ANN  GERSALINO
442  PAPARON, HERSHEY RAE  CAUILAN
443  PARAS, ELLEN  CHIONG
444  PARIL, ROD MARK  GANTO
445  PARINA, LORENA ANNIE
446  PASAMONTE, SARAH  NOMOS
447  PASCUAL, SARAH MAY  RIVADULLA
448  PASION, MARC JAIRUS  BENDAÑA
449  PEGATE, SEIRRA FLOR  PAPANGO
450  PENDON, MARIA LORENA  BERLANGA
451  PENTIÑO, REINA GRACE  MATRIANO
452  PERALTA, VANELLE ANTIONETTE  DIZON
453  PEREZ, LORENE YVETTE  GITO
454  PEREZ, PETRIZIA  TY
455  PEREZ, VENESSA ANGELIQUE  TAGOC
456  PETEROS, STAR PRINCESS  INION
457  PEÑAREDONDO, CAROLENE  ESGUERRA
458  PEÑERA, TIFFANY JOY  PARAYNO
459  PIEDAD, JANICE  RIVERA
460  PIGAR, RIO MAE  FAJARDO
461  PILAS, RUSHEL  SINAK-EY
462  PINGOL, MARY EMERENE  PAGKATIPUNAN
463  PINILI, ANNA MAE  RIVERA
464  PIÑERO, DIANNE ROSE  FABREGAS
465  PLACIDO, JUDIE ANNE  DACALLOS
466  POBLETE, CARISA GERALDINE  MAZA
467  POLICARPIO, ANNALYN  SERGIO
468  POLOAN, ESTIFFANY MARTINA  BANTOG
469  PORTALES, LEONARD MARTIN  MANCENIDO
470  PORTEM, HELEN MARIE  REQUEJO
471  PRADILLADA, MA GLORGINIA  CARPIO
472  PRECILLA, LAILA  MARTINEZ
473  PUCIO, ELLYNE ANDREA  ADVINCULA
474  PULIDO, PRECIOUS DEAH  OCRETO
475  PUNSALANG, GEO  DE GUZMAN
476  PUREZA, CHERRY ANN  MONTALBO
477  PURO, MICAH ANJELICA  VILLAMIN
478  QUICO, ELICA GRECEL  ROLOMA
479  QUIDEM, SYREL  CAPATID
480  QUIDOR, SAMANTHA ANGELINE  DUGAN
481  QUILLO, IVE JOY  CASES
482  QUINTON, KRISTINE ANNE  GUTIERREZ
483  QUINTOS, DONITALYN  MATIBAG
484  RADA, JOVYLOVE  HILARIO
485  RAMIREZ, GLORIEFE  COMOYONG
486  RAMIREZ, JANELLA  CONSON
487  RAMIREZ, LORELANE  CARINGAL
488  RAMOS, AINY CAMILLE  MAPULA
489  RAMOS, CINDERELA  GIANAN
490  RAMOS, JAMES ERRIKSAN DEMINICA  DE NIEVA
491  RAMOS, JOHN STEPHEN  CANGREJO
492  RAMOS, MARNYL  GARRADO
493  RAYOS, HUMPREY  BENEDICTO
494  REALUBIT, AURA KEISHA  CASTAÑOS
495  REBUSTILLO, NANETTE  NABIA
496  RECOMETA, ALEXIS CRISTELE  JIMENEZ
497  RECTO, PATRICIA MAE  LIBUIT
498  RELATIVO, SHUSMITA MAE  BRUGADA
499  REYES, ABYGAYLE  SERRANO
500  REYES, CHRISSIE ANNE  SAN JUAN
501  REYES, ELIZABETH  PEREZ
502  REYES, JASMINE ISABEL  GARCIA
503  REYES, JOANA LOUSSEL  SARINES
504  REYES, KRISTINE CHARM  PIA
505  RIVERA, JOVY  DAGANG
506  RIVERA, RAMON ANTONIO  GAYAMAT
507  ROCAS, GELVIN  RABARA
508  RODRIGUEZ, SARAH KAYE  MARTINEZ
509  ROJO, ANNE SABRINA  LAPE
510  ROJO, MICHAEL  EBRON
511  ROMERO, RUBYCEL  CALIXTON
512  RONDON, MARY GRACE  LUNA
513  ROQUE, DIANA DAWN  ZACARIAS
514  ROSALES, JENICA RAINA  LIBED
515  ROSALES, ROANA ROSE MAEDAE  NAVARRO
516  ROSAROSO, ELBEE JANE  BARREDO
517  ROSAS, JULIE ANNE  MACDON
518  ROSENDO, TRISHA RINA  UMAGTANG
519  ROXAS, MA RIZZA PAULINE  BAGAT
520  RUBIOS, FIONA FLYNN  TUNDAY
521  RUBIS, CHARMAINE  BUYAO
522  RUDA, MARRY JOY  MANDOCDOC
523  RULIDA, JESSIE ANN  DAMARILLOS
524  SAEZ CO, ROBERT MATTHEW  LIM-UY
525  SALAC, JANEIN  ALACIO
526  SALAPUDDIN, PRINCESS JOY  RAMOS
527  SALAZAR, KIMBERLY  MORILLA
528  SALI, ALNIJAR  FELICIANO
529  SALIDO, JEMIMAH MICAH  MORATAL
530  SALIDO, TERESA RYANETTE  ACOSTA
531  SALIGANAN, EMPRESS KAYE  SAPLA
532  SALILING, FAUJIA  JURRIPAIE
533  SAN JUAN, ROSE JANE  MENDIOLA
534  SANGRIA, AMARA  MAE
535  SANIDAD, SARAH JANE  ROYO
536  SANSON, EMELY  GO
537  SANTANDER, GIO  LASHERAS
538  SANTIAGO, ALLEN FROILAN  ALCANTARA
539  SANTIAGO, THERESA CARMELA  MENDOZA
540  SANTISTEBAN, REYMOND  GO
541  SAONG, MARY DIANNE  DENNEN
542  SAPIN, ADETH  PASCO
543  SARAHADIL, SHEENALENE  SALASAIN
544  SARESIP, MARIAN GAYTE  ENRIQUEZ
545  SARQUE, CECIL  GAMAYOT
546  SAYOC, ALEEZA DENISE  BERCES
547  SAYUCOP, APRILLE  CANTORES
548  SERRANO, JEMN  DIVINA
549  SEVERINO, EDGARDO JR  TORRES
550  SIAPEL, MICHAEL  ANDOYAN
551  SILVESTRE, JEINIEL  DE JESUS
552  SIMBULAS, JANINE  AMANTE
553  SISON, MARRIANE REGINA  AGUNOD
554  SO, JULIEN MICHELLE  CADELIÑA
555  SODSOD, KATE  UMANDAP
556  SOLIS, ARIANE DENISE  SALAMEDA
557  SOLLANO, SHERWIN  PANUNCILLO
558  SORIANO, JENIZE  MORILLO
559  SORIANO, MICHELLE MAE  ALVAREZ
560  STA CLARA, AVERY  CHAVEZ
561  SUALIBIO, MICAH  FERRY
562  SUAN, MARY JEAN  IBARRIENTOS
563  SUAREZ, DUCIELLE MARIE  DOCTOR
564  SULIT, YSABEL  CATOLOS
565  SUMAGCA, CATHERINE  SAGAYO
566  SUMAMPAT, NEILFRED  TALORETE
567  SUPAN, ZARINA KRIZZIA  MIRANDA
568  SURIO, IRENE  TELESFORO
569  SUÑGA, ABBY TIFFANY  OCAMPO
570  SY, IVY FLOR  ANGELES
571  TABERNILLA, NORMAN FRANCIS  CORTADO
572  TABLIZO, MA CECELIA  NAZARENO
573  TABOADA, RAZCHELLE MAE  VELARDE
574  TAGALOG, EUNICE  LINA
575  TAGALOGON, ROCHELE JOHN  BONTILAO
576  TAGUM, MARICON  ALBIA
577  TALAMAN, RONA MYRRH  EBORDE
578  TALCO, JOUANA  ARPON
579  TAMPOCO, LEO MARK BRIAN  PATRICIO
580  TAN, MARA ELISE  YAMBAO
581  TAN, SHANALYN NICOLE  GARROVILLAS
582  TANADOR, KIMBERLY  MORADOS
583  TANG, RICHZEN  LO
584  TAPEL, NICOLE ANN  TRESVALLES
585  TAPULADO, SOJE  ALDUESO
586  TAYPEW, APRIL ROSE  CALIAG
587  TECSON, NOHNA MAE JOY  GARCIA
588  TEH, GEORLYN  CONDE
589  TENG, JASMIN MAE  BEQUILLA
590  TILLEN, MARITES  BENDIJO
591  TIMONERA, ACEY JESSICA  STA MARIA
592  TIU, ANTOINETTE  TAN
593  TOLENTINO, HANNAH LEE  CATIPAY
594  TOMAS, CELESTE JOYCE  BUSTALIÑO
595  TONGCO, PAMELA CHRISTA  BAUTISTA
596  TORRALBA, HANNAH LORAINE  SACULINGAN
597  TORRES, JULIANNE ELIZABETH  BITO
598  TRIA, DIVINE  GIANAN
599  UBA, SARAH MAE  DACUTAN
600  ULEP, MARY JASMINE  ACHONDO
601  UMALI, MINEL ANN  ALONZO
602  UNOS, DONNA GAY  LIM
603  URBANO, MARY CHELIE  JANE
604  USI, MA NIÑA  POLICARPIO
605  UY, KRISTINE DIANE  MONTIBON
606  UY, NATHANIEL  PO
607  VALDEZ, ANGELICA GRACE  FAMILIAR
608  VALENZUELA, AIRAM YDET  DELA ROSA
609  VALERA, SAMANTHA NIKKI  KHO
610  VALERIO, CHARLENE MAY  AGUILAR
611  VARGAS, HANNAH RUTH  SABAREZ
612  VENTURINA, ALEXIS  BAUTISTA
613  VERANO, PAUL FRANCIS  USITA
614  VERGANIO, LORENA  ALBUERO
615  VERTUDAZO, KRYSTYLL BLOOM  VILLA
616  VIDAL, RENZ ANDREW  SALUD
617  VILLABROZA, EMMA ROSSE  PAGUIA
618  VILLANUEVA, GISELLE MARIE  BRIONES
619  VILLANUEVA, MA SAMANTHA DENISSE  VILLANUEVA
620  VILLAR, JOCELYN  DAGSIL
621  VILLAREIZ, CZARINA ANNE  ABION
622  VILLAREY, MARY DANCILLE  DIMBANAN
623  VILLEGAS, AILEEN FAY  MOLINYAWE
624  VILLEGAS, ANNE FRANCIS  BRITO
625  VINOYA, JANELLE ANNE  GRAJO
626  VITASA, KRISTINE  TENSUAN
627  VIVAS, ALEXANDRA  PANGANIBAN
628  WAGAN, ANN ELAINE  DELOS SANTOS
629  YANGA, BEICHELLE  ENRIQUEZ
630  YASAY, JOANNA JESSICA  ANDRES
631  YBAÑEZ, KATHLEA MAUREEN  AYATON
632  YOCOGAN, JANET  LUIS
633  ZAPANTA, JERALDINE  MENDOZA
634  ZARATE, AMANDA JANINA  GONZALES