Our warmest felicitations to the newly Registered 96 KCPian Criminologists! May you uphold your values and principles as you go forth in your field of endeavor.
The results of the recently concluded Criminology Licensure Examination held last December 2021, once again etched another milestone carved in the annals of the King’s College of the Philippines, College of Criminal Justice Education. This, after having been conferred anew as Rank 1 among the Top Performing Schools with an average rating of 98.97% among 604 Colleges and Universities in the Philippines.
As announced by the Professional Regulation Commission, there were 11,610 of 33,983 (34.16%) examinees who successfully passed the examination. For its part, King’s College of the Philippines – Benguet yielded 96 passers out of 97 examinees.
Highlighting this lofty accomplishment is Ms. Sharra Mei R. Mahinay who placed Top 8 among the 10 Topnotchers, garnering an average rating of 88.75%.
Truly, this feat serves as an utmost motivation for all aspiring Criminology students. That in spite of the challenges brought about by the pandemic, transforming the educational landscape into a heavy-laden endeavor, a silver lining is still conceivable.
To these ends, the KCP management wishes to congratulate the College of Criminal Justice Education faculty, reviewers, and review coordinator, through the able leadership of Dr. Dempsey O. Depayso, the Dean of the college.
The KCP family is proud of you, and we applaud you for a job well done!