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Showing posts with label PMA Class 2017. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PMA Class 2017. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Two Cordilleran cadets among Top 10 of PMA's 2018 graduating class

Cadet 1CL Ricardo Witawit Liwaden and Cadet 1CL Paolo Balla Briones. | Photo Courtesy PTV Cordillera

Baguio City - Two Cordillerans from Barlig, Mountain Province and Camp Allen, Baguio City are among the Top Ten who will graduate from the prestigious Philippine Military Academy (PMA) ALAB TALA (Alagad ng Lahing Binigkis ng Tapang at Lakas).


Cadet 1CL Ricardo Witawit Liwaden from Barlig, Mountain Province is the top 2 of the graduating class. He will receive the Vice Presidential Saber award, Philippine Army Saber Sports and Physical Development plaque, Tactics Group award and Athletic Saber, according to PTV Cordillera. 


Meanwhile, Cadet 1CL Paolo Balla Briones from Camp Allen, Baguio City is in top 8 of the graduating class. 

A total of 282 composed of 207 male and 75 female cadets who joined the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) ALAB TALA class will graduate on March 18 with President Duterte as the guest of honor. 

Each PMA cadet will be guaranteed a military career as an officer in the Army, Navy or Air Force upon graduation. 

This year's PMA graduation rights will be lead by topnotcher Cadet 1CL Jaywardene Galilea Hontoria from Iloilo. He will receive the Presidential Saber, Chief of staff saber, Philippine Navy Saber, Academic Group award, Australian Defense Best Overall Performance award, Spanish Armed Forces Award and others. 

Other cadets on the top 10 list are:

Cadet 1CL Jun-jay Malazzab Castro from Cagayan - top 3
Cadet 1CL Leonore Andrea Carino Japitan from Butuan City - top 4
Cadet 1CL Mark Jantzen Nono Dacillo from Zamboanga City - top 5
Cadet 1CL Jezaira Laquinon Buenaventura from Negros Oriental - top 6
Cadet 1CL Jessie Antonio Laranang from Tarlac - top 7
Cadet 1CL Jayson Raymundo Cimatu from Casiguran, Aurora - top 9
Cadet 1CL Micah Quiambao Reynaldo from Tarlac - top 10.


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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Philippine Military sets August 20 for entrance examination


The Philippine Military Academy will be administering the PMA Entrance Examination on August 20, 2017 in forty (40) examination centers all through-out the country. The PMA Entrance Exam is the first stage in the selection process for cadetship in the premier leadership training school in the country.
PMA Cadets enjoys a full government scholarship. It means, they do not have to pay any single centavo during the entire years of training in the Academy where they will earn a Bachelor of Science Degree. They are also commissioned as 2LT and Ensigns in the Armed Forces of the Philippines upon graduating from the Academy.
This year marks the initial batch of Grade 12 students under the K to 12 Basic Education Program who will be graduating by 2018. They will be allowed to take the PMAEE provided that they will graduate before 01 April 2018. PMAEE applicants will also come from college-level students who graduated from 4th-year High School of the old curriculum.
PMA is at the forefront of the AFP modernization program because its graduates are the ones to lead the Armed Forces in the years to come. As such, Cadets are at the receiving end to the state-of-the-art training facilities and equipment in PMA:

- Model classrooms
- New cadet barracks (student dorms)
- Computer rooms
- Simulation rooms
- Fitness center
- PMA Station Hospital
Qualifications for admission in the Philippine Military Academy are the following:
- Natural-born Filipino citizen,
- Minimum 5 feet for both male and female,
- Physically fit and of good moral character,
- Single and has never been married,
- High school graduate. Senior High School Students (Grade 12) may apply provided that they will graduate before 01 April 2018
- No administrative/criminal case, must pass the PMAEE, and should have been born from April 01, 1996 to April 01, 2001.
Successful applicants will compose the PMA Class 2022 who will be officially received in the Academy in an Oath-Taking Ceremony and Reception Rites on April 01, 2018.
To all applicants, please be reminded of the things to bring during the examination:
- Examination Permit (sent by Office of Cadet Admission)
- Valid Identification (School ID, Voter’s ID, Driver’s License, etc)
- 2 pcs 2×2 picture with white background
- 2pcs mongol 2 pencil
For those interested to take the exam but did not apply, you can take the exam as a walk-in applicant. Just proceed to the examination center of your preference with the following:
- Birth Certificate
- High School Report Card/Form 137 or 138 or College Transcript of Records
- Valid Identification (School ID, Voter’s ID, Driver’s License, etc)
- 2 pcs 2×2 picture with white background
- 2pcs mongol 2 pencil

For those who applied online or by mail but did not receive their exam permit, you will be treated as walk-in applicants.

source | | Philippine Military Academy 
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Monday, March 6, 2017

Top 3 of PMA Class of 2017 is a proud Cordilleran from Buguias, Benguet

PMA FB page

Cordillera - Cadet First Class Eda Gliss Buansi Marapao of Baguio City is the top 3 of PMA Class "Salaknib" 2017, the only Cordilleran who made it to the top 10 in the graduating class of the Philippine Military Academy.

Marapaom is also among the 8 women in the top 10 graduates of the PMA Salaknib (Sanggalang at Lakas at Bukay Para sa Kalayaan ng Inang Bayan.) led by female valedictorian, Rovi Mairel Valino Martinez of Cabanatuan City.

Marapaom is a proud Cordilleran who came from Buguias, Benguet and residing in La Trinidad. She had studied Civil Engineering course before entering the Academy as she was encouraged by her father who was a retired Army.

She thanked all those who had extended support and help in her studies especially her parents retired Army  Edgar Marapao and Helen Marapao.

The Top 10 graduates of PMA Class 2017 are as follows.

1. Rovi Mairel Valino Martinez, Cabanatuan City
2. Philippine Modesto Viscaya, Ligao City, Albay
3. Eda Glis Marapao, Baguio City
4. Cathleen Jovie Santiano Baybayan, San Fernando, Pampanga
5. Carlo Emmanuel Manalasan, Canlas, Pampanga
6. Shiela Joy Ramiro Jallorina, Balabag, Nueva Viscaya
7.Sheil Marie Calonge De Guzman, Manaoag, Pangasinan
8. Joyzy Mencias Funchia, Butuan City
9. Resie Jezreel Arrocena Hucalla, Compostella, Valley
10. Catherine Mae Emeterio Gonzales, Zamboanga City


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