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9 2016 ncae results - national career assessment examination

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9 2016 ncae results - national career assessment examination

  1. 1. 2015 NCAE National Test Results
  2. 2. NUMBER OF EXAMINEES: Public 1368467 Private 324970 TOTAL 1693437 DATE OF EXAMINATION: August 26, 2015
  3. 3. NATIONAL PERFORMANCE BY DOMAINSAreas 2014 2015 # of items MRS SD MPS # of item s MR S SD MPS General Scholastic Aptitude 155 56.21 17.59 36.27 155 55.01 16.88 35.49 •Scientific Ability 40 13.37 5.25 33.42 40 13.65 5.15 34.13 • Reading Comprehension 30 13.21 5.12 44.04 30 12.76 5.29 42.53 •Verbal Ability 30 11.43 3.80 38.10 30 10.91 3.65 36.37 •Mathematical Ability 40 12.73 5.09 31.83 40 12.85 5.14 32.13 •Logical Reasoning Ability 15 5.47 2.88 36.47 15 4.84 2.28 32.26 Non-verbal Ability 30 10.34 4.90 51.71 30 8.60 4.01 43.00 Technical- Vocational Aptitude 60 31.00 12.21 51.66 60 27.36 11.10 45.60 Academic Tracks 150 56.84 18.83 37.89 150 55.63 18.08 37.08 •HUMSS 50 22.17 8.90 44.33 50 20.86 7.75 41.72
  4. 4. PERFORMANCE IN MEAN PERCENTAGE SCORE National Mean Performance by Domain What is the performance of junior high school students in Mean Percentage Scores in the NCAE subtests? 34.13 42.53 36.37 32.13 32.26 35.49 52.55 43.00 41.27 45.60 41.72 36.70 32.84 37.08 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 SA RC VA MA LRA GSA CA NVA VMS TVA HUMSS STEM ABM AT
  5. 5. Cluster 1 Regions: (Large:with 100,001 examineesand above Cluster 2 Regions: (Medium:with 75,000 examinees to 100,000) Cluster 3 Regions: (Small: with 74,999 examineesand below) Central Luzon IlocosRegion Cagayan Valley CALABARZON EasternVisayas MIMAROPA BicolRegion WesternMindanao WesternVisayas NorthernMindanao Central Visayas SouthernMindanao NCR Central Mindanao CAR ARMM CARAGA
  6. 6. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES IN GSA BY CLUSTER OF REGIONS (PS) What is the percentage distribution of NCAE examinees by aptitude level in GSA and cluster of regions? APTITUDE LEVEL REGIONAL CLUSTER TOTAL 1 2 3 n % n % n % n % HIGH 60611 5.88 14384 3.74 16982 6.11 91977 5.43 MODERATE 864932 83.87 316192 82.29 224341 80.70 1405465 82.99 LOW 105678 10.25 53650 13.96 36667 13.19 195995 11.57 TOTAL 1031221 60.90 384226 22.69 277990 16.42 1693437 100.0 0 Cluster of Regions: 1 = Large (100,001 examinees and above) 2 = Medium (75,000 examinees to 100,000) 3 = Small (74,999 examinees and below)
  7. 7. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES IN TVA BY CLUSTER OF REGIONS (PS) What is the percentage distribution of NCAE examinees by aptitude level in TVA and cluster of regions? APTITUDE LEVEL REGIONAL CLUSTER TOTAL 1 2 3 n % n % n % n % HIGH 26840 2.60 4488 1.17 4284 1.54 35612 2.10 MODERATE 839147 81.37 288934 75.20 206523 74.29 1334604 78.81 LOW 165234 16.02 90804 23.63 67183 24.17 323221 19.09 TOTAL 1031221 60.90 384226 22.69 277990 16.42 1693437100.00 Cluster of Regions: 1 = Large (100,001 examinees and above) 2 = Medium (75,000 examinees to 100,000) 3 = Small (74,999 examinees and below)
  8. 8. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES IN NVA BY CLUSTER OF REGIONS (PS) What is the percentage distribution of NCAE examinees by aptitude level in NVA and cluster of regions? APTITUDE LEVEL REGIONAL CLUSTER TOTAL 1 2 3 n % n % n % n % HIGH 28931 2.81 5314 1.38 4694 1.69 38939 2.30 MODERATE 855404 82.95 300936 78.32 217199 78.13 1373539 81.11 LOW 146886 14.24 77976 20.29 56097 20.18 280959 16.59 TOTAL 1031221 60.90 384226 22.69 277990 16.42 1693437 100.00 Cluster of Regions: 1 = Large (100,001 examinees and above) 2 = Medium (75,000 examinees to 100,000) 3 = Small (74,999 examinees and below)
  9. 9. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES IN LRA BY CLUSTER OF REGIONS (PS) What is the percentage distribution of NCAE examinees by aptitude level in LRA and cluster of regions? APTITUDE LEVEL REGIONAL CLUSTER TOTAL 1 2 3 n % n % n % n % HIGH 40161 3.89 9313 2.42 10306 3.71 59780 3.53 MODERATE 852015 82.62 316014 82.25 225823 81.23 1393852 82.31 LOW 139045 13.48 58899 15.33 41861 15.06 239805 14.16 TOTAL 1031221 60.90 384226 22.69 277990 16.42 1693437100.00 Cluster of Regions: 1 = Large (100,001 examinees and above) 2 = Medium (75,000 examinees to 100,000) 3 = Small (74,999 examinees and below)
  10. 10. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES IN AT BY CLUSTER OF REGIONS (PS) What is the percentage distribution of NCAE examinees by aptitude level in AT and cluster of regions? APTITUDE LEVEL REGIONAL CLUSTER TOTAL 1 2 3 n % n % n % n % HIGH 59398 5.76 12051 3.14 10865 3.91 82314 4.86 MODERATE 846001 82.04 309490 80.55 222177 79.92 1377668 81.35 LOW 125822 12.20 62685 16.31 44948 16.17 233455 13.79 TOTAL 1031221 60.90 384226 22.69 277990 16.42 1693437100.00 Cluster of Regions: 1 = Large (100,001 examinees and above) 2 = Medium (75,000 examinees to 100,000) 3 = Small (74,999 examinees and below)
  11. 11. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY APTITUDE LEVEL What is the aptitude level of the junior high school students in the NCAE domains? NCAE DOMAIN APTITUDE LEVEL TOTAL HIGH MODERATE LOW n % n % n % n % GSA 91977 5.43 1405465 82.99 195995 11.57 1693437 100.00 TVA 35612 2.10 1334604 78.81 323221 19.09 1693437 100.00 NVA 38939 2.30 1373539 81.11 280959 16.59 1693437 100.00 LRA 59780 3.53 1393852 82.31 239805 14.16 1693437 100.00 AT 82314 4.86 1377668 81.35 233455 13.79 1693437 100.00 Legend: High Aptitude (75%-100%) Moderate Aptitude (50%-74%) Low Aptitude (0%-49%)
  12. 12. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY APTITUDE LEVEL 5.43 82.99 11.57 High Average Low A. General Scholastic Aptitude Legend: APTITUDE LEVEL in MPS by NCAE DOMAINS: HIGH Above 75% AVERAGE 50% to 74% LOW 0% to 49%
  13. 13. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY APTITUDE LEVEL B. Technical and Vocational Aptitude (TVA) 2.10 78.81 19.09 High Average Low Legend: APTITUDE LEVEL in MPS by NCAE DOMAINS: HIGH Above 75% AVERAGE 50% to 74% LOW 0% to 49%
  14. 14. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY APTITUDE LEVEL C. Non–Verbal Ability (NVA) 2.30 81.11 16.59 High Average Low Legend: APTITUDE LEVEL in MPS by NCAE DOMAINS: HIGH Above 75% AVERAGE 50% to 74% LOW 0% to 49%
  15. 15. PUBLIC SCHOOLS VS. PRIVATE SCHOOLS Mean Percentage Score (MPS) GSA TVA NVA LRA AT Public 34.23 43.55 41.10 31.10 35.62 Private 40.79 54.24 50.98 37.16 43.24 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 MEANPERCENTAGESCORE PUBLIC VS PRIVATE
  16. 16. Mean Performance of Junior High School Students in NCAE Domains and their Immediate Plan after Graduation What is your immediate plan after completing Grade 9? Legend N % A. Proceed to Grade 10 1377615 81.35 B. Enroll in an alternative learning school 41968 2.48 C. Enroll in a technical-vocational course 47542 2.81 D. Go into a small scale business / be self-employed 19170 1.13 E. Work part-time 23804 1.41 F. Work abroad 23945 1.41 G. Join show business / modelling industry 11257 0.66 H. Help in my family's business 35649 2.11 I. Rely on the decision of my parent(s) / guardian(s) 52125 3.08 J. I don't know 20403 1.20 K. None of the above 16665 0.98 No Response 23294 1.38
  17. 17. Mean Performance of Junior High School Students in NCAE Domains and their Immediate Plan after Graduation A B C D E F G H I J K NR GSA 36.57 29.59 29.87 29.28 30.91 29.38 30.14 29.56 33.90 32.00 29.52 32.47 TVA 47.49 34.51 35.49 32.94 37.89 34.87 35.56 35.94 43.44 40.84 35.06 40.09 NVA 44.63 33.37 34.08 31.93 36.59 33.63 34.40 34.58 41.21 39.21 33.91 38.26 LRA 33.02 28.18 28.20 28.17 28.89 27.97 28.64 28.20 31.09 29.61 28.06 29.91 AT 38.45 29.44 29.86 28.86 31.49 29.39 30.27 29.45 35.12 32.62 29.48 33.85 0.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 45.00 50.00
  18. 18. 2015 NCAE Results on the Occupational Interest Inventory for Students in Secondary Schools (OIISSS) of Examinees vis-a-vis Highly In-Demand Occupations by Industry per Region
  19. 19. SOURCE OF DATA Project JobsFit: DOLE 2020 Vision Summary of Findings and Recommendations Can be accessed thru: http://ble.dole.gov.ph/ble.d ole/downloads/Publications /FinalReport.pdf
  20. 20. Project Jobsfit: The DOLE 2020 Vision Report - Published in 2010; updated in 2013 - Its main goal is to identify from six to ten years beyond 2010 the preferred skills in priority industries in all regions nationwide that must be produced by putting together a robustly flexible map to guide stakeholders in addressing the talent mismatch.
  21. 21. Significance of the Labor Market Information (LMI) to DepED  Information dissemination: trends, in- demand, hard-to-fill  Students  School officials  Parents  Community  Career counselling  Students  To avoid job mismatch  To ensure employment after graduation
  22. 22. Top 12 Key Employment Generators (KEGs) 1. Agribusiness 2. Cyberservices 3. Health and Wellness 4. Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism 5. Mining 6. Construction 7. Banking and Finance 8. Manufacturing 9. Ownership Dwellings and Real Estate 10. Transport and Logistics 11. Wholesale and Retail Trade 12. Overseas Employment
  23. 23. Four (4) Emerging Industries 1. Creative Industries 2. Diversified/ Strategic Farming and Fishing 3. Power and Utilities 4. Renewable Energy
  24. 24. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY FIELD OF OIISSS NATIONAL
  25. 25. Top 5 Most Inclined/ Preferred Occupational Fields (National Level) 1. Spiritual Vocation 2. Natural Sciences 3. Community Services 4. Computers and Technology 5. The Arts
  26. 26. Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations Sector In-demand Occupations 1. Agri-business Animal Husbandry Agricultural Economist Aqua-culturist Coconut farmer Entomologist Farmer (Fruit, Vegetable and Root Crop) Horticulturist Pathologist 2. Health, Wellness and Tourism Nurse Herbologist Optician Optometrist A. Key Employment Generators (KEGs) Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation
  27. 27. Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations Sector In-demand Occupations 3. Hotel and Restaurant & Tourism Front Office Agent/ Attendant Baker Food Server and Handler/ Food and Beverage Service Attendant/ Waiter Room Attendant/ Housekeeping Services Reservation Officer and Other Frontline Occupation Tour Guide 4. Construction Fabricator Pipefitter Welder 5. Banking and Finance Operations Manager Teller Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation
  28. 28. Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations Sector In-demand Occupations 6. Manufacturing Electric Technicians Finance and Accounting Manager Food Technologist Machine Operator Sewer 7. Ownership Dwellings and Real Estate Building Manager Construction Manager Construction Worker Foreman Mason Welder Real Estate Broker/ Agent Marketer Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation
  29. 29. Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations Sector In-demand Occupations 7. Transport and Logistics Checker Maintenance Mechanics Stewardess 8. Wholesale and Retail Trade Merchandiser/ Buyer/ Salesman/ Saleslady/ Promodizer Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation
  30. 30. Summary of Highly In-demand OccupationsB. Emerging Industry Sector In-demand Occupations 1. Creative Industries Broadcast Engineer Video Editor Video Graphic Artist (Animator) Visual Artist Designer 2. Diversified/ Strategic Farming and Fishing Fisherman Aqua culturist Horticulturist Farmer 3. Power and Utilities Electrical Control Operator Equipment Operator Electrical Technician Mechanic 4. Renewable Energy Checker Loader Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation
  31. 31. REGION X
  32. 32. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY FIELD OF OIISSS REGION X
  33. 33. Top 5 Most Inclined/ Preferred Occupational Fields in Region X 1. Spiritual Vocation 2. Natural Sciences 3. Community Services 4. Military and Law Enforcement 5. Computers and Technology
  34. 34. KEGs In-demand Occupations 1. Cyberservices Animators, Software Developers, Computer Programmers, Computer Hardware Technicians, Visual Graphic Designers, Customer Service Representative/Call Center Agents, Medical Transcriptionists 2. Hotel and Restaurant Bakers, Baristas, Bartenders, Butlers, Chefs, Cooks, Food and Beverage Attendants 3. Medical Tourism Cosmetic/Reconstructive Surgeons, Herbologists, Medical Doctors, Massage Therapists, Nurses, Spa Therapist/Physical Therapists A. Key Employment Generators (KEGs) Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations in Region X
  35. 35. KEGs In-demand Occupations 4. Health Services Medical Doctors, Medical Technologists, Nurses, Optometrists, Opticians, Pharmacists 5. Agri‐business Agricultural Engineers, Animal Husbandry, Aquacultures, Agriculture Crops Production Personnel, Slaughterers, Plant Maintenance Technicians, Food processors Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations in Region X
  36. 36. B. Emerging Industry Sector In-demand Occupations 1. Shipbuilding Welders (GMAW, GTAW, SAW, SMAW), Foundry Molders, Foundry Melters/Casters 2. Mining Metallurgical Engineers, Geologists, Mining Engineers Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations in Region X
  37. 37. REGION XI
  38. 38. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY FIELD OF OIISSS REGION XI
  39. 39. Top 5 Most Inclined/ Preferred Occupational Fields in Region XI 1. Spiritual Vocation 2. Natural Sciences 3. Community Services 4. Military and Law Enforcement 5. Computers and Technology
  40. 40. KEGs In-demand Occupations 1. Agribusiness Agricultural Engineers, Agronomists, Marine Agriculturist, Researches/Community Organizers, Food Technologists, Skilled labor (Banana peelers), Veterinarians/Veterinary Medical Technologists, Epidemiologists, etc. 2. Cyberservices English Proficient Individuals Transcription Editors and Quality Assurance Specialist, Telemedicine Practitioners, Advance Speech Recognition Specialist, Software Engineers, Software Developers HR Outsourcing Specialist Legal Researchers, etc. A. Key Employment Generators (KEGs) Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations in Region XI
  41. 41. B. Emerging Industry Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations in Region XI No identified emerging industry that would eventually be considered as employment generator. As per NEDA and DTI Regional Development Plan, agribusiness sector will be improved to generate employment in the manufacturing and processing stages of the emerging products like Mango, Banana, Seaweeds, Coconut, Livestock & Poultry.
  42. 42. REGION XII
  43. 43. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EXAMINEES BY FIELD OF OIISSS REGION XII
  44. 44. Top 5 Most Inclined/ Preferred Occupational Fields in Region XII 1. Spiritual Vocation 2. Natural Sciences 3. Community Services 4. Military and Law Enforcement 5. The Arts
  45. 45. KEGs In-demand Occupations 1.Agribusiness • Fishing Industry • Fruits and Vegetable • Palm Oil Instrumentation Technicians, Micro‐Analysts, Engineering Supervisors for Manufacturing Operations, Agriculturist/Agri‐Scientists, Pest Control Specialists, Social Workers, Food Technologists, Mechanics, Engineers (Chemical/Mechanical) Farm Technicians, etc. 2. Tourism Industry Customer Service, Personnel Food Handlers, Baristas, Bartenders 3. Mining Industry Metallurgists, Environmental Technical Personnel, Community Relations/Community Dev’t Personnel, Utility & General Services Personnel, A. Key Employment Generators (KEGs) Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations in Region XII
  46. 46. B. Emerging Industry Source:ProjectJobsFitRegional Consultation Summary of Highly In-demand Occupations in Region XII Sector In-demand Occupations 1. ICT Industry (Cyberservices) Medical Transcriptionists, Call Center Agents 2. Abaca Industry (Agribusiness) Farm Specialists on abaca/fiber Production, Agri‐scientists, Research and Development Specialists 3. Rubber Industry (Agribusiness) Pest Control Specialists

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