(NAR) VOL.8 NO. 1 / JANUARY-MARCH 1997
WHEREAS, in the exercise of its powers under P.D. 223 as amended, the Professional Regulation Commission has adopted policy directives in the licensure examinations among which are: (1) Memorandum Circular No. 08, Series of 1992; (2) Res. No. 265, Series of 1993; (3) Memorandum Circular No. 93-03, Series of 1993 and (4) Memorandum Circular No. 93-04, Series of 1993, all of which provide for the adoption of a syllabus for every subject in the licensure examinations;
WHEREAS, the Board for Engine Officers is mandated to adopt a syllabus for each subject in the Engine Officers Licensure Examinations which contains the various concepts, principles, and applications thereof as basis for the preparation of examination questions that will be inputted into the data bank; and
WHEREAS, after consultations with experts from the different associations such as the Philippine Association of Maritime Institutions, the Board formulated a set of syllabus for each of the subjects in the Engine Officers Licensure Examination (See Annex A*).
NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to Section 18 of P.D. No. 97, otherwise known as “The Philippine Merchant Marine Officers Law”, the Board hereby RESOLVED, as it RESOLVES, to adopt and promulgate a syllabus for each of the embodied on subjects in the Marine Engine Officers Licensure Examinations embodied in Annex “A” appended hereto and made a part hereof.
RESOVED, FURTHER, that this Resolution, upon its approval by the Commission, shall be effective after fifteen (15) days following its publication in the Official Gazette or newspaper of general circulation, whichever is earlier;
RESOLVED, FURTHERMORE that this resolution be disseminated to all recognized schools offering the course for engine marine officers and to other concerned entities.
Adopted: 30 Aug. 1995
(SGD.) ROMEO L. CONCEPCION
(SGD.) MANUEL C. AGUILAR
(SGD.) ANTONINO R. GASCON, JR.
(SGD.) CARLOS G. ALMELOR
Secretary, Professional Regulatory Boards
(SGD.) HERMOGENES P. POBRE
(SGD.) MARIANO A. MENDIETA
(SGD.) ALFONSO G. ABAD