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Name: RICACHO, Ma.

Norilyn Course/Year: BS Nursing 4

Date: May 22, 2013

A. Position applying for Secretary of Department of Tourism B. Personal Information Name: Jose Protacio y Alonso Realonda Mercado Rizal Birthday: June 19, 1861 Birthplace: Calamba, Laguna Civil Status: Single Religion: Roman Catholic Mothers Name: Teodora Morales Alonso Realonda de Quintos Occupation of Mother: housewife Fathers Name: Francisco Engracio Rizal Mercado de Alejandro Occupation of Father: landlord

C. Educational attainment C.1 Elementary: Best Student in the Class

C.2 Secondary: Bachiller in Artes (Ateneo Municipal) C.3 College: Licentiate in Medicine (Universidad Central de Madrid) C.4 Others: Best Entry in Literary Works

D. Skills/Talent Painting Sketching Sculpture Literature Martial arts Fencing Teaching

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Research/Publication Noli Me Tangere El Filibusterismo La Solidaridad Membership/Organization Compaerismo (President) Circulo Hispano Filipino (Triumvirate) Masonry (Master Mason)

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Other Qualifications Advocated freedom of speech and assembly, equal rights before the law for Filipinos Observed the life and culture, languages and customs, industries and commerce, and governments and laws of the European nations Traveled for so many countries in the world

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Work Experience Assistant at the eye clinic of Dr. Louis de Wecker (Paris) Assistant in Dr. Schweiggers clinic (Berlin) Proofreader in publishing company (Leipzig)

I. Character References Name Ferdinand Blumentritt Dr. Louis de Wecker Prof. Friedrich Ratzel Dr. Hans Meyer Position Director of Ateneo of Leimeritz German Opthalmologist German Historian German Anthropologist

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Father Ramon Pablo

Rector of Ateneo

1. What government position do you think Rizal would occupy for the benefit of the Filipinos? Why? Department of Justice. Because Rizal always practice practices self-discipline wherever he is. He is a citizen who really wants justice for all the Filipinos who are being deprived and undergo oppression. As he really want to state in his novel El Filibusterismo. Rizal was inspired and a raging fire for justice was ignited in him.

2. What virtues of Rizal could be best emulated by:

a. Youth of today His nationalism, because some of the youth of today they dont care about their motherland. His eagerness in his academics. Being industrious and his love to his family.

b. Government officials Leadership. His patriotism, optimism, and undying love for his country his belief in his countrymen which set him apart.

c. People seeking for change His desire to possess happiness. His ability to think, aspire and strive to rise; and the proper use of hearth, brain and spirit-all of these combining to enhance the intricacies, beauty and values of human nature.

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