MALAYBALAY CITY (OP-IPS) A graduate of Bukidnon State University’s Bachelor of Science in Electronics Technology is now one of the country’s 738 new licensed electronics technicians.
Mr. Jeronides Yambagon, a member of BS Electronics Technology Batch 2019 who hails from Impasug-ong town, passed the October 2021 Electronics Technician Licensure Examination, based on the results released by the Professional Regulatory Commission on November 4, 2021.
“I will credit my achievements to my parents, to my teachers, and most especially to the Lord, who gives me knowledge and strength,” Mr. Yambagon said in an interview.
Mr. Yambagon, currently employed in a steel manufacturing company in Misamis Oriental, looked forward to a better future for his family and his community. He said he will continue to practice his field of specialization in the said company.
He said his teachers in BukSU helped him pass the ET licensure examination.
“They taught me with high standards of teaching. It enabled me to be knowledgeable in the field,” he added.
He is the eldest child from parents who are both farmers from Impasug-ong, Bukidnon. He knew how hard it is to be a farmer as he experienced it himself. He said he observed in their community that those who finished college lived better lives. His parents’ constant reminders helped him a lot. He said it was his parents who motivated and guided him all along.
“They always reminded me to ask for guidance and knowledge from our God Almighty,” he added.
These factors helped Mr. Yambagon to be a consistent honor student. He carried the same commitment up to the review.
He allotted an hour per day, six times a week for three months to review for the exams.
The entire College of Technologies community and Electronics Technology Department are proud of his achievement. (Robmarychris V. Candano/College of Technologies Publications Contributor)
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