March 5, 2024

An examinee from the Cordillera is one of the takers with the highest ratings in the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE) administered by the Civil Service Commission.
Dexter M. Recio led the other 5,963 BCLTE examinees with a 91.78 percent rating, together with Yin K. Baitus from Soccsksargen and Kelvin B. Ramos from Central Luzon.
Helen Grace A. Domingo, also from the Cordillera topped the BCLTE with 91.23 percent rating.
They are among the more than 12,000 hopefuls in the BCLTE that had 1,081 passers; Fire Officer Examination (FOE) with 10,115 passers; and Penology Officer Examination (POE) with 1,574 passers.
Garnering a rating of 92.66 percent, Jayson E. Necida from the National Capital Region (NCR) bested 59,027 FOE examinees, while Rolando O. Tubo, Jr. also from NCR and Jannette Quinne A. Hernando from Davao Region, both with a rating of 91.08, topped the 9,696 hopefuls of the POE.
The other top performers for the FOE are Lesther L. Reyes, 91.90 percent; Spencer U. Mangalindan, 91.65 percent; Frida Iris G. Perez, Janesse Mae D. Calibo, Niño Joseph T. Salamanque, and John M. Villahermosa, 90.89 percent; Matthew D. Jimenez, 90.63 percent; and Joel Byron A. Navasca Mark Daniel D. Castro, 90.38 percent.
For the POE, the top performers are Ma Lyka R. Malate, 89.64 percent; Rico M. Espino, Meryll C. Barrun, and Jesus Sunga, 89.16 percent; Kierkymble M. Alcantara, 88.67 percent; and Benjamin C. Tobias III, Thea Alyzsa V. Tagabi, Thor Angelo G. dela Cruz, and Queruben V. Valenzuela, 88.43 percent.
For the BCLTE, the other top performers are Janice L. Talaro, 91.51 percent; Rogelyn O. Amith, Laumar Daime J. Bautista, Arnel S. Rosas, and Angielyn G. Corpuz, 91.23 percent; and Ivan Gil C. Priego and Rowena C. Nangit, 90.96 percent.
As to regional performance, the CSC said Northern Mindanao posted the highest passing rate for FOE with 773 passers out of 2,908 examinees or 26.58 percent and 83 passers out of 354 examinees for the POE or 23.45 percent.
For the BCLTE, the CSC said Central Luzon, which had 53 of 201 examinees passing or 26.37 percent had the highest passing rate.
The complete list of successful examinees of the FOE, POE, and BCLTE may be accessed at www.csc.gov.ph.
Passers may claim their certification of eligibility through the CSC regional/field offices by Jan. 4, 2023. For requirements and procedures on the release of the certification of eligibility, passers are advised to coordinate with the CSC regional office concerned. A complete directory of CSC regional offices is also available at the CSC website.
The CSC said the resulting eligibilities, which are the Fire Officer Eligibility and the Penology Officer Eligibility, are both second level eligibilities that are specific and appropriate for second level ranks in the fire protection and jail management and penology services, respectively, and other functionally related services.
The appropriateness of these eligibilities, though, does not include ranks under the Philippine National Police, the CSC clarified.
The Local Treasurer Eligibility is a second level eligibility specific and appropriate for appointment to Local Treasurer and Assistant Local Treasurer positions and to positions under the Financial Services in the civil service, except those requiring practice of profession or are covered by bar/board and special laws. – Press release