TOPNOTCHERS: June 23, 2019 BCLTE Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) released the list of successful examinees who got the highest score also known as topnotchers and top performing regions of the Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE) held last June 23, 2019.

Top Passers:

Patrick Abinsay (Northern Mindanao) – 91.14
Rudolf Soliman Andallo (NCR) – 90.86;
Christine Padil (Eastern Visayas) – 90.86;
Jeremy Bayan (Southern Tagalog) – 90.86;
Hazel Jade Trajico (Southern Tagalog) – 90.00;
Marjorie Manlegro (Northern Mindanao) – 89.43;
Camille Vanessa Reyla (Central Luzon) – 88.86;
Rosario Catugas (Ilocos region) – 88.57;
Arvin Philip Gotladera (NCR) – 88.29
Kyne Mabugnon (Northern Mindanao) – 88.29

Top Performing Regions:


Regions with Highest Passing Rate
Central Visayas (Region VII) – 28.26% or 39 passers out of 138 examinees
NCR – 26.96% or 31 passers out of 115 examinees
Bicol region (Region V) – 22.93% or 36 passers out of 157 examinees
Ilocos region (Region I) – 22.12%
Southern Tagalog (Region IV) – 21.54%
Central Luzon (Region III) – 20.98%

The CSC recently released the June 23, 2019 BCLTE, Pre-Employment Test, Promotional Test List of Passers through the CSC website www.csc.gov.ph. Read article here.
Both passed and failed examinees ccan generate their individual test results/ratings using Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System (OCSERGS) starting August 18, 2019. See instructions here.

Successful examinees must personally claim their Certification of Eligibility at the CSC Regional/Field Office concerned starting September 4, 2019. Representatives are not allowed to claim on behalf of the passers. In claiming the Certification, passers must present at least one valid ID upon claiming of the CoE.

Related link: Contacts and Locations of CSC Regional/Field Offices 

Successful examinees are strongly advised to verify first if their Certification is already available for claiming before going to the CSC Regional/Field Office to maximize time and effort. Representatives are not allowed to claim the CoE.


See requirements and procedures on How to claim Certification of Eligibility (CoE)

About the Local Treasurer Eligibility (LTE)


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.


Source: Civil Service Commission

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