CLE passers take oath of office; CSU-SM awarded as 2nd top performing school in R2

Eighteen passers of the February 2024 Criminologist Licensure Examination (CLE) of Cagayan State University Sanchez Mira (CSU-SM) officially took the oath of office on April 28 at Mamba Coliseum, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.
With an institutional passing rate of 85.71%, CSU-SM was also awarded as the top 2 performing school in CLE-Category B among the schools offering Bachelor of Science in Criminology in the region.
In an interview, Dr. Jose Sheriff Panelo, dean of CCJE, said that the award was an accomplishment of all the people involved during the preparation for the examination.
“It was a great privilege to all of us, to the college, and most especially to the parents of the passers last Feb 2024… It was a tough preparation because to be a passer individually is already a challenging task, and to be a topnotcher in Region 2 involves lots of hardships and sacrifices,” Dr. Panelo said.
He added, “But because of their dedication to pass and top the board exam, they made it and actually garnered a high percentage. We owe this one to the faculty members who taught all the major courses in CCJE – Sanchez Mira. As well as the reviewers during their regular review.”
Moreover, based on the results released by the Professional Regulation Commission in March, the 18 newly registered criminologists produced by the campus were all first-time takers.
Below is the list of passers:
Jayrose Rubino
Jessa May Tagaca
Benson Noguera
Gareth Pascua
Chris Ulibas
Jerry Gabriel
Jerry Kho Paculguen
Rolan Laguimon
Judy Ann Salinen
Marisol Reyes
Racel Joie Arellano
James Corpuz Jr.
Daniel Morado Malto
Vanesa Dalman Rumpon
Charlimaine Sacramed
Linden Alvie Viloria
Regine Bugaring
Mark David Abad
“The secret to becoming the 2nd in CLE R2, and to attain 18/21 passers is preparation and foundation at CSU. To pass the exam, you must be a graduate of CSU SM… We are looking forward to a better performance for the next CLE, with a goal to be on the national slots next time,” the dean added.