MANILA, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released the complete list of passers including the top 10 passers and top-performing schools in the August 2021 Mining Engineering Licensure Exam in three (3) working days after the exams.
PRC announces that 206 out of 274 examinees passed the exams.
The licensure exams for Mining Engineering were administered by the PRC and Board of Mining Engineering headed by its Chairman, Cornelio Q. Casido, and its members, Rufino B. Bomasang and Augusto C. Villaluna.
The PRC and the Board of Mining Engineering conducted the exams in Legazpi, Baguio, Cebu, and Koronadal.
Related Board Exam Results
Full List of Successful Examinees
Here is the full list of successful examinees in the August 2021 Mining Engineering Licensure Examination.
See also the complete August 2021 Mining Engineering board exam results from PRC Board.
Mining Engineering Licensure Exam Coverage
|August 9, 2021||Subjects||Percentage|
|7:00 AM – 7:45 AM||General Instructions and Filling-out of Forms|
Submission of Health Declaration, Informed Consent,
and Covid RT-PCR Result or Certificate of Quarantine
|8:00 AM – 04:00 PM||MINING ENGINEERING 1|
(Mineral Prospecting and Exploration; Sampling and
Ore Reserve Estimation; Mining Methods, Mine Planning,
Designing and Development; Ventilation and Mine Safety;
and Rock Mechanics in Mining Engineering, and
Applied Mathematics in Mine Mathematics)
|August 10, 2021||Subjects||Percentage|
|8:00 AM – 04:00 PM||MINING ENGINEERING II|
(Mineral Economics; Mine Evaluation and Feasibility Studies; Applied Mathematic in Mining Engineering; Mine Management and Computer Application; Mine and Mineral Land Surveying; and Mining Law and Ethics)
|August 11, 2021||Subjects||Percentage|
|8:00 AM – 04:00 PM|| MINING ENGINEERING III|
(General Geology; Mineralogy and Petrology; Economics Geology; Structural Geology; Principles of Metallurgy; Mineral Processing; and Assaying and Applied Mathematic in Geology and Mineral Engineering, Ecology)
Registration of Successful Examinees
The schedule of the online registration for the issuance of PRC ID and Certificate of Registration for passers of Mining Engineering Licensure Exam will be announced online by PRC. The successful examinees are advised to register on PRC official website and follow the instructions for online registration.
Those who successfully registered online are required to bring the following:
- Duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal (downloadable)
- Notice of Admission (for identification purposes only)
- Two pieces of passport-sized ID pictures (white background and with complete name tag)
- Two sets of documentary stamps
- One piece of short brown envelope
Verification of Ratings
The Verification of Ratings (VoR) for the August 2021 Mining Engineering Licensure Exam will be available online a few days after the result has been posted.
The successful examinees need the following information as it is required to fill out the following field:
- Name of Exam (e.g., Mining Exam)
- Examination date
- Application number
- First name and Surname
- Date of birth
Target Date of Release
As per previous releases of Mining Engineering licensure exam results and the target release date written in the PRC Resolution No. 1283 series of 2020, the August 2021 Mining Engineering Licensure Exam results are expected to be out in two (2) working days after the last day of exams. However, it may also be released earlier or later than the said dates without prior announcement(s).
2021 Mining Engineering Licensure Exam Sched
Here is the schedule for the 2021 Mining Engineering licensure exams:
|Name of Examination||Old Dates of Exam||New Dates of Exam||Opening of Online Processing||Deadline of Filing|
|Mining Engineering Licensure Exam||July 12-14, 2021||August 9, 10, & 11, 2021||April 12, 2021||June 14, 2021|
Should you have concerns related to the August 2021 Licensure Exam results for Mining Engineering, you may also reach the Professional Regulation Commission at the following contact details:
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