THE Civil Service Commission (CSC) announced it is set to confer the Local Treasurer Eligibility to 1,018 individuals who passed the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE) held on June 11. This figure represents 18.09 percent of the 5,626 total number of examinees, the CSC said through a statement.
Jenny B. Sagario from Region IX topped the BCLTE with a rating of 92.62.
The list of the exam’s highest achievers is completed by the following individuals and their respective scores: Charlie C. Bastida (Region X) with a rating of 92.31; Leynette Joy A. Lepaopao (Region X) with a score of 92.00; Neil R. Dacoylo (Region VII) and Marianne S. Irabagon (Region III), both earning a rating of 91.69; Janine F. Giltendez (Region VII), Niña L. Alviar (Region IV), and Romiel P. Mariñas (Region II) with 91.38; Jerome D. Estores (Region IV) with a rating of 91.08; and Denis Y. Maguiwe, Jr. (Cordillera Administrative Region), Jonathan S. Advincula (Region XII), and Flor Mae R. Gahi (Region VII), all achieving a rating of 90.77.
“Congratulations sa ating mga bagong local treasurers at assistant treasurers. Kami ay nasasabik na maging bahagi kayo ng serbisyo sibil tungo sa mas mahusay at de-kalidad na local treasury ng bansa,” CSC Chairman Karlo Alexei B. Nograles was quoted in the statement as saying. [Congratulations to our new local treasurers and assistant treasurers. We are excited to have you as part of the civil service towards a better and quality local treasury of the country.]
The CSC Examination, Recruitment, and Placement Office (Erpo) further revealed that Region V secured the top position with an impressive passing rate of 28.95 percent in terms of regional performance. Additionally, noteworthy passing rates were attained by other regions such as Region IV with 26.71 percent, Region II with 24.62 percent, Region III with 23.99 percent, and Region I with 23.87 percent.
Meanwhile, Nograles also delivered an encouraging message for those who fell short in the exams, offering support and motivation.
“Para sa mga hindi nakapasa, hindi pa ito ang dulo ng inyong pangarap. Ang isang maaasahang kawani ay hindi lamang nasusukat sa husay kundi pati sa sipag at dedikasyon. Hihintayin namin kayo sa serbisyo publiko.” [For those who did not pass, this is not the end of your dream. A reliable staff is not only measured in skill but also in hard work and dedication. We will wait for you at the public service.]
The CSC said that examinees may generate their test result using the Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System, which may be accessed at the CSC web site at www.csc.gov.ph.
Passers may claim their Certification of Eligibility at the CSC Regional Office concerned. Related Examination Advisory 7 (s. 2023) has been issued and posted on the CSC website.
The Local Treasurer Eligibility is a second level eligibility appropriate for appointment to Local Treasurer and Assistant Local Treasurer positions, and to positions under the Financial Services that do not involve practice of profession and are not covered by Bar/Board or special laws.