Presented by:
Ms. Ma. Corazon M. Akol
President
Philippine National IT Standards
(PhilNITS) Foundation, Inc.
How it began
October, 2000. Chiang Mai, Thailand,
ASEAN+ Japan, China and Korea
Economic Ministers’ Meeting
Mr. Hiranuma, Minister of Economy, Trade and
Industry Proposed
Asian Common Skill Standard Initiative for IT Engineers
Use experience and know-how in IT examination fields
- Establish examination system for IT engineers in Asia
Mutual certification based on skill standards

IT human resource development in Asia countries, promotion of mobility
and more effective use of IT engineers in Asia
Why Mutual Certification?
 To establish common standards for the
skills of IT engineers within the region
 To reduce costs and risk to companies
expanding business overseas when hiring
local engineers.
 To make it easier for companies in the area
to establish business alliance for software
development
 To provide a common measure for IT
engineers seeking employment
Current Status of Mutual Certification
JITSE Philippines
JITSE Philippines
In Japan the organizers are:
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
-Sets standards
-Announce examination dates in Official Gazette
-List names of successful applicants in Official Gazette
Japan IT Engineers Examination Center (JITEC).
A division of Information-technology Promotion Agency
(IPA)
-Undertakes all examination administration work
-Prepare questions and answer sheets, Select venues, Grade
papers, Announce successful applicants, Prepare and deliver
certificates signed by Minister
Very brief history of the exams in Japan
1969 First Exams held (Class I and II)
1984 Japan IT Engineers Examination Center
(JITEC)
Categories added, reviewed and revised to meet
social demands
2004 JITEC becomes a part of Information-technology
Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA) an
independent administration agency under
METI
Objectives of the Examination

Improve individual technical competence.

Indicate levels of competence required for
various fields of IT engineers, to act as
guidelines in education and training.

To establish objective criteria for evaluating
skill and competence of IT engineers. Also
aims to raise social status of qualified engineers.
.
F u n d a m e n ta l In fo rm a tio n Te c h n o lo g y E n g in e e r E x a m in a tio n
FE
Te c h n ic a l E n g in e e r
E x a m in a tio n s
S e n io r S ys te m s
Ad m in is tra to r E x a m in a tio n
SD
In d e p e n d e n t
In fo rm a tio n S ys te m s S e c u rity
Ad m in is tra to r E x a m in a tio n
SS
E m b e d d e d S ys te m s
ES
S ys te m s M a n a g e m e n t
SM
D a ta b a s e S ys te m s
DB
N e tw o rk S ys te m s
NW
Ap p lic a tio n S ys te m s
E n g in e e r E x a m in a tio n
AE
P ro je c t M a n a g e r E x a m in a tio n
PM
S ys te m s An a lys t E x a m in a tio n
AN
S ys te m s Au d ito r E x a m in a tio n
AU
Basic Structure of the
IT Engineers Examination Program
In fo rm a tio n s ys te m u s e r s id e
S o ftw a re D e s ig n & D e v e lo p m e n t E n g in e e r E x a m in a tio n
SW
S ys te m s Ad m in is tra to r
E x a m in a tio n
AD
Role of each Examination Category
Examination Category
Role
Software Design &
Development Engineer
Examination (SW)
Develop software in accordance
with external specifications in
information systems
development project
Fundamental Information
Technology Engineer
Examination (FE)
Design and develop program
in accordance with internal
specification in informationsystems development project.
The Total Number of Applicants and Successful
Candidates (from 1969 through to 2004 Spring)
Applicant Numbers
Successful Candidates Numbers
(1969-2004 Spring)
(1969-2004 Spring)
SA
65,954
SA
2,623
SU
153,619
SU
5,440
PM
109,542
AE
561,027
PM
AE
4,262
22,055
SM
79,499
SM
2,940
PE
84,245
PE
4,321
NW
737,282
NW
23,935
DB
167,267
DB
7,430
ES
28,588
ES
2,172
SW
1,945,172
SW
160,523
FE
6,346,761
FE
656,254
SS
100,547
SS
8,048
SD
64,595
SD
2,735
AD
TOTAL
1,594,527
12,038,625
AD
TOTAL
377,293
1,280,031
Expected Roles of
Information Technology Engineers Examination
• What does the industry expect from the exams?
Develop high level professionals (43.3%)
Evaluate fundamental skills applicable to various
challenges in information technology (40.2%)
Unlike vendor tests, less emphasis on part of the
companies to view qualifiers as immediate work force
of specific products.
IT Engineers Examination
Vs. Vender Certifications
IT Engineers Examination
 Common course for IT engineers.
Covers all areas regardless of product
Vendor Certifications
 Elective course on each individual
product
TOP 10 INFORMATION COMPANIES
NUMBER OF ITEE QUALIFIERS
Company
Sales M¥
ITEE
QUALIFIERS
TOTAL
WORK
1.
NTT DATA
750,703
6,432
7,232
2.
OTSUKA CORP.
316,578
1,370
6,222
3.
NTT COMMWARE
301,554
3,959
5,821
4.
NIHON UNISYS
251,412
1,810
3,042
5.
ITOCHU TECHNO SCIENCE
245,667
N.A.
2,014
6.
HITACHI SOFTWARE ENG’G
220,432
9,102
5,653
7.
NOMURA RESEARCH INST.
216,122
5,552
3,393
8.
FUJITSU BUSINESS SYSTEMS 167,575
452
3,391
9.
HITACHI INFO. SYSTEMS
154,114
4,265
5,107
10.
CSK CORP.
146,420
4,398
4,768
SOME EMPLOYEES ARE QUALIFIED IN MULTIPLE CATEGORIES
Why do people take the exams?
•Develop individual ability by studying for the Exams
(65.8%)
• Better jobs (20.3%)
(38.6 for Students)
•Promotion (11.2%)
(23.3% for software/information service
industry)
Questionnaire survey on IT Engineers Examination (February 1999, JITEC)
Preferential Treatment for Successful
Candidates
In Japan
 Exemption of certain subjects in other national
examinations:
Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultants
Examination Patent Attorney Examination
High school teachers license examination, etc.
 Preferential treatment for employment contracts recognized
under Labor Standards Law
In Asia
University degree or 10 year work experience
requirement waived when applying for Japanese work
visa
•
Certification Exams
in the Philippines
Pilot Test Result
Applicants Examinees Passed
Philippines
Manila
Cebu
Japan
% Passed
813
730
101
726
628
98
44
36
8
6.1%
5.7%
8.2%
128,270
84,113
14,741
17.5%
Knowledge Field
1.
Computer Science Fundamentals
2.
Computer Systems
3.
Systems Development and Operation
4.
Network Technology
5.
Database Technology
6.
Security
7.
Standardization
8.
Computerization and Management
9.
Component Design (Internal Design)
10. Detailed Design (Program Design)
11. Program Implementation
12. Programming Languages
JITSE Phil. Examination Summary
of the Results September 08, 2002
EXAMINATION
SITE
PHILIPPINES
Baguio
Cebu
Davao
Manila
No. of
Applicants
No. of
Examinees
*(Previous Year)
*(Previous Year)
No. of
Successful
Examinees
Rate of
Successful
Examinees
*(Previous Year)
*(Previous Year)
744
719
38
5.3%
*(831)
*(726)
*(44)
*(6.1%)
32
32
0
0.0%
*(NA)
*(NA)
*(NA)
*(NA)
68
68
8
11.8%
*(101)
*(98)
*(8)
*(8.2%)
40
40
0
0.0%
*(NA)
*(NA)
*(NA)
*(NA)
604
579
30
5.2%
*(730)
*(628)
*(36)
*(5.7%)
*(The 2001 Examination was administered in Manila and Cebu only).
2nd JITSE Phil. Examination
Summary of the Results
September 07, 2003
Exam Site
Registered
Applicants
Examinees
Passed
Manila
Cebu
Zamboanga
Davao
Baguio
Total
280
62
40
7
71
460
272
56
38
7
70
443
30
5
1
1
37
3nd JITSE Phil. Examination
Summary of the Results
April 25, 2004
Exam Site
Registered
Applicants
Examinees
Passed
Manila
Batangas
Baguio
Cebu
Zamboanga
Davao
Total
195
4
33
22
41
2
297
130
4
13
21
41
2
211
10
0
0
3
0
0
13
4th JITSE Phil. Examination
Summary of the Results
October 10, 2004
Exam Site
Registered
Applicants
Examinees
Passed
Manila
Baguio
Cebu
178
28
43
15
158
21
42
14
37
0
11
1
18
282
16
251
0
49
Cagayan de
Oro
Zamboanga
Total
MRA Signing between JITSE & JITEC
April 17, 2002
MOJ recognized JITSE as
Philippine Nihon Joho Gijutsu
Hyojun Shiken Zaidan
On May 30, 2003
May 29, 2003
BUREAU OF PRODUCT STANDARDS, DTI
accepts JITSE as
Phil. National Standard- PNS 2030:2003
Information Technology Engineers for
Skills Standards
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