CITE Honors New Electronics Engineers

Earthquakes can move mountains but it cannot literally and figuratively move the Testimonial Dinner for the second batch of Electronics Engineer. Amidst the two natural phenomenon (earthquake and a heavy rainfall) that occurred last Sunday, December 16 the CITE students and the faculty bravely and glamorously wore their black formal attire to welcome the pride of the CITE department – their new Registered Electronic Engineers.

A Eucharistic mass was offered at the NDMC chapel which was followed by the formal program at the Primera Function Hall.

The program started with the entrance of the honorees escorted by their respective parents. It was followed with the preliminaries of the program. Engr. Jarold A Sumaylo, ME-ECE Dean of the CITE delivered his message.

An intermission number was performed by the talented CITE students. Engr. Lyndel Jean L. Pagaduan, ECE, ECT gave the challenge to the next board exam takers.

The challenge was responded by Julie Fe Benedicto BSECE - 5. The program continued with the giving of the plaques to the honorees with Fr. Jonathan R. Domingo O.M.I and Engr. Jarold A. Sumaylo, ME-ECE as the congratulatory committee.

The honorees are:
Engr. Emmanuel C. Intes, ECE, ECT
Engr. Archie Jave H. Ramos, ECE, ECT
Engr. Amin Kamad, ECE, ECT
Engr. Lyndel Jean L. Pagaduan, ECE, ECT

The program concluded with the scrumptious dinner expertly prepared by Mr. Jess Fabia and Mr. Omar Parreňas.

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