PRC Releases Steps for Professional Identification Card (PIC) Renewal

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) already released the systematic procedures for those who will need to renew their Professional Identification Card (PIC). According to the commission, it is very important for all professional renewing their IDs to follow the steps and check the guidelines ahead of time to avoid any delay or inconvenience during the process.


To know more about the process, check out the provided steps by the PRC:

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PRC Announces Oath Taking Schedules for New Civil Engineers, Psychologists & Psychometricians

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) recently announced the schedules of Oath Taking Ceremonies for the successful passers of Civil Engineering (November 2017 board exam), Psychologist and Psychometrician (October 2017 board exams).

According to the commission, the new Civil Engineers Oath Taking schedule will be on December 16 this year and the venue is at Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) in CCP Complex Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City. The Board of Civil Engineering will administer the upcoming ceremony and it is very important for the passers to follow the guidelines.

Based on the published information through the official website of PRC, the allocated time will be from 9:30am – 12noon (alphabetical order by surname A-J) and 1:30pm-5:00pm (alphabetical order by surname K-Z).

As for the Oath Taking Ceremony of the new Psychologists and Psychometricians, it will be on December 9, 2017 at the Plenary Hall of PICC as well. The Board of Psychology will administer the scheduled ceremony and all passers need to check their allocated time.

For the Psychologists, the ceremony will be from 9:00am until 12:00 noon. For the Psychometricians, there will be an Oath Taking from 9:00am-12:00 noon (in order A-G) and 1:00pm-5:00pm (in order (H-Z).

All of the inductees and visitors will need to wear formal attire as the required dress code, as detailed by the commission online.


Info source: PRC



US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Reveals New FAFSA Mobile App, Will Benefit College Students

Students who are taking college already will get the opportunity to complete as well as file their applications for federal aid using their mobile phones soon.

There will be an available mobile app, which they can use for processing.

From the latest published news report online through, Betsy DeVos revealed that the upcoming mobile app would enable college students to process their applications for the federal aid by just using their mobile phone devices already.

DeVos is the current United States Education Secretary and stated that the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) mobile app provides the students with great ease to complete the process of their applications, while enjoying a modern and simplified processing.

The good secretary likewise said a college student only need to tap a mobile phone and make few swipes to complete the filing and submission of the application through the latest FAFSA mobile app.

DeVos address this great news in front of the audience (financial aid experts) when she attended the Federal Student Aid Training Conference held in Orlando, Florida.

“Why can’t it be that way for students?” DeVos said during the conference last Tuesday as quoted by the news online. “The answer is, it can,” she added.

“Think of the FAFSA: there is no reason completing it can’t be simpler and more consumer-friendly. Unfortunately, it’s anything but,” said the Education Secretary while talking to the attendees in Orlando. “How do you think this looks to an 18 year old? And does this even remotely look like it belongs in the 21st century?”

There had been issues about the strenuous and lengthy procedure when applying for a federal student aid. With the latest developed mobile app, it will definitely eliminate the stress of many students and parents.

According from the reported news also, there had been changes in the operations of the Education Department to improve its functions and assuring quality services.