Eighty three (83) BS Information Technology and BS Computer Science students posted a 100% passing rate in the TESDA Assessment for National Certificate II, Computer System Servicing (TESDA NC II-CSS).
After a month of review given by the faculty of the Department of Information Technology last June 2017, a one- week review was provided by the accredited TESDA assessors to determine the competence of the students to take the assessment test.
The group of 83 BSIT and BSCS students was divided into 2 batches, 41 for the first batch who took the assessment on August 13, 2017 under the assessor, Mr. Mark Anthony Guerrero, a trainor from Jacobo Z. Gonzales Memorial School of Arts and Trades, Biñan, Laguna. The other batch of 42 students had their assessment on August 28, 2017 under Mr. Junie G. Basaca from the same school.
Facilities and equipment at the Computer Laboratory 2 of Laguna University were utilized for the assessment. However, all students were required to bring other materials used for the assessment.
With enough stuff and preparation for the assessment, all the candidates hurdled the test and were given “competent” status.
National Certificate from TESDA comes with benefits that include a quality assurance that the students have acquired proper knowledge and skills needed for a specific field. With this TESDA certificate, students will have greater chances of landing a job in the future.