Jonathan A. Langbayan, 19 years old, ranked third among the 3,928 who passed the Licensure Examination for Criminologist administered nationwide by the Professional Regulation Commission on April 27-29, 2016. From the 16, 435 examinees, only 23.90% passed the exam.
Langbayan is a graduate of MPSPC- Bontoc Campus; he finished BS Criminology with an award of Best in Auxiliary Services given during their Internship Closing Ceremony on October 2015. He was a Dean’s Lister and a consistent class top-rank; and a varsity player of Sepak Takraw during his college years. He was also crowned Mr. MPSPC Campus Personality2014.
Surpassing boundaries, achieving excellence and attaining success is what every achiever’s aspiration is all about.
The Mountain Province State Polytechnic College proudly presented its academic and non-academic achievers as it marked another milestone in excellence in the recently conducted 24th Recognition Day held at the College Auditorium on March 14, 2016.
Anchored with the departmental objective to become the center of development for Information Technology (IT) in Mountain Province, the IT Department continually extending their knowledge on ICT to teachers, students and government employees through their various extension program for this school year.
For the first time in its history as a state college, the Mountain Province State Polytechnic College commemorated its 24th year of existence with the participation of the Bacarri campus in Paracelis, Mountain Province which will be the seat of the College of Agriculture when it becomes a state university. At least thirty-five students and faculty members came to the capital town to take part of the weeklong festivities of the college which is perceived as a precedent to future major college activities.