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A total of 533 individuals was conferred the Local Treasurer Eligibility after passing the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE) conducted on June 24, 2018.

The figure, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) said, represents 17.19% of the total number of examinees.

Grace Quintana from Davao region and Jed Dares Tonogan from Western Visayas, both garnering an 89.73 rating, bested 3,100 examinees.

Top performing examinees also include Anna Liza Gaspar (Ilocos region) – 89.19; Bernadette Duya (Central Luzon) and Eddieflor Laurejas, Jr. (Eastern Visayas) – 88.38; Arminda Madayag (Southern Tagalog) and Syebelle Wanchakan (Cordillera Administrative Region) – 88.11; Diana Rose Lagos (Davao region) and Imlyn Parapina (Southern Tagalog) – 87.84; and Fah’D Bubonga (Davao region) and Shiela Mae Mercado (Northern Mindanao) – 87.57.

The complete list of passers of the June 24, 2018 BCLTE is available at the CSC website,

Based on regional performance, the CSC reported that Ilocos region grabbed the highest passing rate at 24.32% or 27 passers out of 111 examinees. Other regions with notable passing rate are NCR (23.60%); Eastern Visayas (22.62%); Bicol region (21.97%); and Southern Tagalog (20.88).


The CSC said examinees may generate their test result using the Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS), which can be accessed through the CSC website,

Those who passed, the CSC added, may claim their Certification of Eligibility at the CSC Regional Office concerned by September 6, 2018.

Further, examinees are advised to access Examination Advisory No. 20, s. 2018.

The Local Treasurer Eligibility (LTE) is a second level eligibility appropriate for appointment only to Local Treasurer and Assistant Local Treasurer positions, and to positions under the Financial Services that do not involve practice of profession and are not covered by Bar/Board or special laws.

The institution of the LTE, the CSC said, is part of the Standardized Examination and Assessment for Local Treasury Service program of the Department of Finance, which seeks to professionalize the ranks and improve the competencies of treasurers. It is also seen to significantly improve recruitment and selection process in the local treasury service.