From the Website of PNP Philippine National Police
A total of 253 young men and women will graduate from Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) “Masundayaw Class of 2016” on March 10 at the grounds of Camp Mariano Castaneda in Silang, Cavite.
Majority of the graduates or 226 cadets will join the Philippine National Police (PNP), while 10 have decided to go to the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and 16 will join the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP).
Masundayaw Class of 2016 is composed of 234 male and 19 female graduates.
This year’s batch will be headed by 24-year old Fire Cadet Felipe De Paz Alicando Jr., who will be the recipient of the prestigious Presidential Kampilan Award for topping the Masundayaw class and a plaque of merit (1st Place). F/Cdt Alicando Jr. is from Dulag, Leyte and a son of retired teachers.
Graduating second in his class is Police Cadet Norman Cabangen Pentang from Itogon, Benguet who will receive the Vice President Kampilan Award and a plaque of merit.
Placing third and to get the SILG Kamilan Award and plaque of merit (3rdPlace) is Police Cadet Aldrin Sacayle Bagayao of Tabuk City, Kalinga.
Other students who included to the top 10 slots are Police Cadet Fredwin Lazaro Sernio (4th); Fire Cadet Arianne Pespes Humiwat (5th); Police Cadet Mark Samuel Labastilla Romanillos (6th); Police Cadet Nicko Czar Gallener Magnaye (7th); Police Cadetronie Ric Batulan Alipio (8th); Jail Cadet Edo Bardaje Lobenia (9th); and Fire Cadet Arvin Jay Bongon Laguna (10th).
The graduates will receive a degree of Bachelor of Science in Public Safety (BSPS) upon graduating, and will enter as Inspectors in their respective public safety bureaus. (PNP-PIO)
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