The College of Engineering and Food Science, through the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (DABE), spearheaded the Students’ Tribute, Recognition Ceremony, and Testimonial Dinner on October 7, 2022, to honor the outstanding performance of the University’s ABELE 2022 passers.

The graduates of the BS Agricultural Engineering (BSAE) program of the University have once again shown an outstanding performance in the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineer Licensure Examination (ABELE) conducted on September 15-16, 2022, at the cities of Legazpi, Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, and Tuguegarao with a 94.12°/o passing rate for first-time takers as compared to the national passing rate of 45.88°/o. Among the eighteen new Agricultural and Biosystems engineers of the University, Engr. Joshua M. Solano garnered the third-highest rank in the said licensure examination.

The event served as an avenue for the passers to express gratitude to those who are instrumental in their feat. Moreover, according to the department, it becomes an avenue for the current students of DABE to know the insights and experiences of the new Agricultural and Biosystems engineers, which they could also relate to and apply in their studies and when they take the ABELE in the future.

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