MSU-GSC COF, APPP conduct National Mass Oathtaking and Induction
by Colin Ibañez
The College of Fisheries, Mindanao State University– General Santos City, in coordination with the Asosasyon ng mga Propesyonal sa Pangisdaan ng Pilipinas, Inc. (APPP) conducted a National Mass Oathtaking and Induction for new members of the association. The event took place last February 5, 2020 at the Phela Grande Convention Center and was participated by 84 passers all over Mindanao, including Marawi, Naawan, Maguindanao and General Santos City campuses of Mindanao State University. The chairman of the Board of Fisheries who is the center chief of BFARNIFTDC, Dr. Westly R. Rosario, administered the mass oathtaking and shared his inspirational message to all newly licensed Fisheries Technologists.
Concurrently, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) recognized the Mindanao State University–General Santos City as the 3rd top performing fisheries school nationwide after UP Visayas and Iloilo State College of Fisheries (ISCOF). Mr. Amiel Jay Socorro, a BS Fisheries alumnus of the MSU–
GSC COF who ranked 7th in the October 2019 licensure exam for fisheries technologist, also gave his insights about passing the exam and hitting the ranks. The College earned an overall passing of 71.93%, way above the 37.79% national passing rate.
The Official Newsletter OF MSU-GSC
FEBRUARY 2020 | NO. 2