MMSU sets high performance in CHRA exam
By Sharon A. Bactat
The MMSU College of Business, Economics and Accountancy (CBEA) has exhibited another sterling performance in the March 2021 Certified Human Resource Assessment (CHRA) Examination, with two of its graduates landing as topnotchers.
Of the 16 examinees, 15 passed, giving MMSU an overall passing rate of 93.75 percent, higher than the national average which stood at 93.13 percent.
Jhomelyn Jane J. Tolentino emerged fifth place in the exam with a rating of 88 percent while Paul Gerald C. Tumamao hailed seventh place with a rating of 87.25 percent.
Other passers from the College were Angelica M. Clemente, Anabelle A. Dela Cruz, Mac Daniel C. Domingo, Nickson M. Macalma, Maykee Krishia B. Nolasco, Myla Nikka D. Paino Trisha Erica M. Pascua, Hannah Lei O. Pascual, Cecilia Angel G. Ramos, Rosemarie P. Raymundo, Star Ivy Hannah P. Sugui, Jeneliza D. Tolentino and John Lesley R. Ugot.
They are among the 95 passers for the CHRA’s ninth batch this year. The exam was administered online by the Human Resource Educators’ Association of the Philippines (HREAP).
Last February, six MMSU graduates passed the exam, and one of them ranked ninth. (StratCom)