Around the University Town100 Paulinians Hurdle Nursing Board

100 Paulinians Hurdle Nursing Board

-

- Advertisment -spot_img

St. Paul University Dumaguete, one of the top performing schools in the country today offering the degree of BS Nursing, ranked 8th in the July 3, 2010 Nurses Licensure Examination with a 97.28 percent passing rate. According to Rafael Duhaylungsod, SPUD director for External Affairs, the SPUD administration, fculty, staff and the entire Paulinian community are delighted about the nursing examination result.

He added that aside from SPUD, St. Paul University Manila also ranked 10th in the Range 2 Category with 100 to 999 takers. St. Paul University Iloilo ranked 1st in the Range 3 Category with 68 takers, that is 100 percent passing rate.

Duhaylungsod said that currently, the SPUD College of Nursing is conducting review classes for nursing graduates who are scheduled to take their examination in December under the supervision of Francis Marven Lee R. Pintac, and Cliford Kilat, Review coordinators.

The SPUD congratulates its College of Nursing for the achievement, speci cally to its dean, Sr. Mila Grace A. Silab, SPC, as well as to the Management team: Prof. Maybelle R. Lacdo-o, RN, MAN, academic coordinator; Prof. Ma. Irene Jane L. Pueyo, RN, MAN, Graduate School coordinator; and Josephine T. Saycon, RN, clinical coordinator. Greetings are also extended to the hardworking and dedicated Review coordinators and clinical instructors, as well as the former Dean, Sr. Rosamond Marie Abadesco, SPC. (PR)

Previous article
Next article

Latest news

NOCCI defends NIR

      The Negros Oriental Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc., a staunch advocate for the creation of the Negros Island...

Church bucks Negros Island Region

    The Diocese of Dumaguete called on President Marcos Jr. to veto  Senate Bill 2507, creating the Negros Island Region...

Three-point shot

    At the outset, a disclosure is in order. The Dumaguete MetroPost is a member of the Negros Oriental Chamber of...

Jose Riodil Demerre Montebon: Man of faith and of passion

    Jose Riodil “Didil” Montebon was born to Atty. Jose Jr. & Virginia Montebon on Dec. 7, 1954 in Dumaguete...
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

600 Rotarians visit Dumaguete

    Some 600 members from 101 Rotary Clubs in the Visayas and Mindanao, comprising District 3860, completed their first-ever four-in-one...

30 new drug-free barangays in NegOr

    The province of Negros Oriental has reported that an additional 30 barangays have been declared drug-free. In a blended deliberation...

Must read

NOCCI defends NIR

      The Negros Oriental Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc.,...

Church bucks Negros Island Region

    The Diocese of Dumaguete called on President Marcos Jr....
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you