Ador ranks 3rd in 2019 National VLE

Class 2019 graduate of Doctor in Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Karl Robert F. Ador, placed 3rd in the National Level having an average of 85.24% joining other top placers in the recent Veterinarian Licensure Examination facilitated by the Board of Veterinary Medicine on 14, 15 and 16 August 2019.

The College of Veterinary Medicine conducted its Recognition Ceremony and Testimonial Dinner for gaining once again Topnotch along with the long list of passers on 31 August 2019 at Alvaro Rabina Hall.

CVM Dean, Ilene B. Mirabeles, DVM, Ph.D. welcomed the the new Doctors and also the proud parents present in the event in her welcome remarks. According to Dr. Mirabeles, the recognition ceremony and testimonial dinner is a way of appreciating all the hard works and efforts exerted by the students who took the exam. She also mentioned way back when she was giving speech in orientation seminar for Veterinary Medicine, she motivated the students to always begin with the “end in mind” for them to have a clear vision of direction of their destination. She also congratulated Dr. Ador teasing him for always coming late for their class and said “A door is open because Ador will enter, now A door will close because Ador is inside.” She ended her speech by giving inspiration to the passers that a door closed for their academic life yet another door will open for many opportunities to enter.

OSAS Director, Ms. Jessel Anne P. Rodriguez delivered the message of the President.In his message, the President congratulated the new Veterinarians especiallythe topnotch for making the CBSUA victorious once again. CBSUA-Pili Campus Administrator,Engr. Rolando G. de Asis reminded the future doctors in veterinary medicine to fill up other rank number and aimed for the Top 1 in the VLE. Dr. Ador received a total amount of P15, 000.00 cash incentive for the achievement he attained.

Dr.Karl Robert F. Ador thanked all the people who helped him in reaching his goal forCBSUA. Dr. Ador also shared motivational message to those takers who didn’t pass the exam that there is no such thing as failure in exam, it is just a delay, and reminding the new doctors to help others to pass their next examination.

CSSAC-CVM Class 2007 member, Dr. Maria Kathleen Dawney served as the guest speaker. As she told the new doctors that if they go for their skills, they also have to go for their good attitude towards the work, all their sacrifices will be paid off,those struggles will turn into money, and just always be positive in the new journey of life.