COMPOSTELA VALLEY PROVINCE, November 5, 2014 – Ralph Remulta and Luwalhati Millana-Nasol still could not contain their happiness as they receive certificates of recognition from the provincial government of Compostela Valley during the employees’ regular convocation at the capitol on November 3.
Remulta placed 4th in the recent Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) together with Nasol, who placed 7th in the national exam. Nasol, is currently the Municipal Administrator of Laak, Comval.
Remulta is also a recipient of the Comval Scholarship Program (CVSP) which gives poor but deserving bright students opportunity to pursue four-year college education or technical and vocational education.
“I am just so happy and thankful for this program (CVSP) as it gives me hope and a brighter future especially with what I have achieved now,” he said.
Remulta, who hails from Pindasan, Mabini, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree on Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED), Major in Biological Science in UM Tagum Campus last March 2014 and thereafter took LET the following August.
Handing the certificates signed by Gov. Arturo Uy are Senior Board Member Tyron Uy-Chairman on Committee on Education and Information Technology and SP Members Macario Humol and Neri Barte. BM Uy also said the governor will personally give them laptop each for giving honor to the province.
Likewise, other LET passers who are CVSP scholars were also recognized during the program, namely: Jovy Gonzales of Mawab; Almera Jusay of Maco; New Bataan’s Sheryl Mae Otom, Melysin Calago, and Meljurie Rebucas; and both graduated Cum Laude Irish Michelle Calipayan of Monkayo and Norman Jalmaani of Mabini. (fe maestre/ids comval)