S. No. 1515 H. No . 5111 / 90 OG No. 32, 4704 (Aug. 8, 1994) ; 4 VLD 244 2d ; Chronicle 6/8/94 ; Journal 6/8/94
[ REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7731, June 02, 1994 ]
AN ACT ABOLISHING THE NATIONAL COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (NCEE ), REPEALING FOR THE PURPOSE PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NUMBERED ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIX
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled ;
SECTION 1. Presidential Decree Numbered One Hundred Forty -Six (P.D. No. 146) entitled, "Upgrading the Quality of Education in the Philippines by Requiring All High School Graduates Seeking Admission to Post Secondary Degree Programs Necessitating a Minimum of Four Years Study To Pass a National Entrance Examination and Appropriating Funds Therefor," is hereby repealed .
Sec. 2. Those who failed the examinations, as required under P.D. No. 146, and failed to make the grade for admissions shall no longer be denied or refused enrollment by any school, college or university to any post-secondary program necessitating a minimum of four (4) years as prescribed under the said Decree subject to the admission requirements of the institutions concerned.
SEC. 3. No national entrance examination shall be required for admission to post-secondary degree programs.
SEC. 4. This Act shall take effect upon its approval .
Approved, June 2, 1994.
Source: Supreme Court E-Library
This page was dynamically generated
by the E-Library Content Management System (E-LibCMS)