9 December 2019

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has conferred civil service eligibility on 729 individuals who passed the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE) held on 13 October this year. The number of passers represents 17.86% of the 4,082 total examinees.

The BCLTE, CSC said, is part of the Standardized Examination and Assessment for Local Treasury Service (SEAL) Program of the Department of Finance which aims to professionalize the ranks of local treasurers by improving their competencies, instilling a culture of excellence in local treasury operations service, and promoting good local fiscal governance in the local government units.

The resulting Local Treasurer Eligibility is a second level eligibility specific and appropriate for appointment to Local Treasurer and Assistant Local Treasurer positions. It is also applicable to positions under the Financial Services in the civil service, except those requiring practice of profession or are covered by Bar/Board and special laws.

Rodel Ladringan from Davao region led the 729 new Local Treasurer eligibles, garnering a rating of 91.51. On the second spot is Shena Liz Pantaleon from Central Luzon, with a 90.68 rating. Lea Jumalon from Caraga region, came in third with a rating of 90.41.

Other top passers include: Mohammad Muktadir Estrella (SOCCSKSARGEN)–90.14; Vlademer Brit (Caraga)–89.86; R James Manglalan (Davao region)–89.59; Dan CarloSan Gabriel (NCR)–89.59; Floramae Constantino (Northern Mindanao)–89.32; Abby Gaile Piol (Central Luzon)–89.32; Deo Aguilar (Bicol region)–89.04; Hamseya Bedial (SOCCSKSARGEN)–89.04; and Rosana Falle (Southern Tagalog)–89.04.

Region XI (Davao region) got the highest passing rate at 24.66% or 36 passers out of 146 examinees. Other top performing regions of the country in terms of passing rate include Region III (Central Luzon)-23.32%, Region IV (Southern Tagalog)-22.94%, Region VI (Western Visayas)-21.61%, and CAR-21.25%. 

The complete list of successful examinees of the 13 October 2019 BCLTE may be accessed at the CSC website at www.csc.gov.ph/cseresult101319/cseppt/.

Examinees, both passed and failed, may generate their individual test result through the Online Civil Service Examination Results Generation System (OCSERGS) which can also be accessed at the CSC website. Passers are advised to access and read thoroughly the corresponding CSC Examination Advisory No. 17, s. 2019, posted on the CSC website, for requirements and procedures in claiming their Certification of Eligibility. ###