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Transcript of CIVIL
ENGINEERING BUILDINGS PROJECTS DAMS BRIDGES SEWAGE SYSTEMS ROADS AIRPORTS - DESIGNER CIVIL ENGINEER -PLANNER -INNOVATIVE SUBDISCIPLINES
ENGINEERING Environmental Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Geophysics Geodesy Control
Engineering Structural Engineering Biomechanics Nanotechnology Transportation Engineering Earth Science -CREATIVE -GOOD IN COMMUNICATING -RESPONSIBLE JOBS OF A CIVIL ENGINEER -Construction Manager/Engineer
-Engineering Educator/Advocate TOP PERFORMING SCHOOLS IN THE MAY 2012 CIVIL ENGINEERING LICENSURE EXAM IN THE PHILIPPINES: http://www.courses.com.ph/top-performing-schools-in-the-may-2012-civil-engineer-licensure-examination/ SUCCESSFUL THOMASIAN ENGINEERS Antonio Diokno was - first CE Summa Cum Laude in 1936 Jose Garrido - became City Engineer of Manila
Domingo Poblete - Owner of Poblete Construction Company and became president of the Philippine Construction Association in 1954. UST slips in civil eng'g boards
May 11, 2012, 12:18 p.m.: THE UNIVERSITY'S passing rate slid in the "off-season" licensure examination for civil engineers, with no Thomasian entering the top 10 list.
UST got a 68.97-percent passing rate, with 20 of 29 examinees passing the test. This was lower than last year's 72 percent, wherein 18 passed out of 25 examinees.
Of the 20 successful examinees from UST, nine were first-time takers while 11 were repeaters.
The national passing rate also went down to 34.07 percent, with only 1,130 out of 3,317 passing the exam. Last year's national passing rate was 38.34 percent, with 1,195 of 3,117 examinees passing the test.
-VARSITARIAN List of Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks THANK YOU