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A Davao Central College graduate emerged as the topnotcher in the Criminologist Licensure Examinations given by the Boa rd of Criminology last December, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced on Friday. John Denvert R. Sanoria of Davao Central College led the Top 10 passers with a rating of 89.50 percent, the PRC said in the results. Tarlac State University also led the exam’s top performing schools after it registered a passing rate of 98.21%, with 55 out of 56 takers making the cut.The PRC announced that 13,025 out of 769 examinees passed the licensure examinations, posting a national passing rate of 35.68%. The registration for the issuance of professional identification cards would be conducted from January 23 to February 9.

Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao Gov. Mujiv Hataman said he would impose sanctions on absentee and nonperforming local government officials in the region to heed martial law administrator Delfin Lorenzana’s latest order instructing Mindanao governors, including Hataman, to guarantee the “presence and delivery of government programs and services.” “The absence of local chief executives, in some cases, results in the total failure in the delivery of vital basic services to their constituents,” Lorenzana said in his martial law instruction No. 1 dated Jan. 8. - Inquirer

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