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Bacolod City, Philippines Friday, October 3, 2014
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6 LCCians pass
plumber exams

Five graduates of La Consolacion College Bacolod and a part-time faculty passed the Master Plumber Licensure Examination September 16-17, with the result announced by the Professional Regulations Commission recently, a press release from the school said.

They are Ar Nile Britanico, Mark Delfin, ArJemuel Granada, Wilfredo Lumagbas, Kingston Louie Tabora and Ramon Christopher Andrew Yandall, who were among the 493 of the 1,368 examinees from all over the country that passed the examination, the press release also said.

The MPLE was administered by the Board for Master Plumbers in Manila, Cebu and Davao. The oath-taking ceremony will be on October 18, at the Century Park Hotel in Manila.

The passers will be given honors during the Baccalaureate commencement exercises of the school March 2015.

Meanwhile, LCC students Paulo Eric Garinganao and Alvin Laveña are among the finalists in the digital short film and the oil/ acrylic media categories, respectively, of the National Students Art Competition, sponsored by Shell Philippines, the press release said.

Garinganao’s digital short film, titled, “A Glint at the Fork in the Road”, that was declared as among the three best works in the Multimedia Arts category, tells of overcoming a personal struggle against self-conflict.

Loveña landed in the top 50 out of more than 1,000 entries nationwide in the acrylic/oil category, with his entry “Pili-Pino”. Following a surrealistic painting style, his work features Filipino figures, like boxing icon Manny Paquiao and Miss World Meagan Young, the press release also said.

Grand prize winners will each receive P60,000 in cash prize. The Shell NSAC is an annual competition open to Filipino college students, who are enrolled with at least 12 units in school. Participants can submit works in oil/acrylic, watercolor, sculpture, and multimedia arts.

Meanwhile, Sheann Severino, a fourth year Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education student from the LCC School of Liberal Arts and Education, qualified in the Japan East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths invitation program for mass media.

Severino is in Japan until October 7 for the international exposure in the event that targets the introduction of Japan’s advanced methods of social community development and exchange by engaging people in related activities, the press release added.*

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