Scholars' Experiences

Twice the challenge

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SMU Global Impact Scholarship holder Neel Ketan Modha leads a fulfilling student life


LTC Siswi Herlini leads teams in guarding Singapore’s waters

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Radiographer Low Zheng Hui believes that having a good rapport with his patients will...

Keeping a close watch

Mr Allan Loi uses his engineering skills to make Singapore a safer place


Mrs Ong Li Jiao goes the extra mile to bring healthcare services to the community


Assistant superintendent of police (ASP) S Aiswarya puts up a tough fight against crime.

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At 6, she tinkered with a circuit board:; At 19, on the way to Cambridge to study engineering on a scholarship
SINGAPORE - As early as at the age of six, Ms Ong Ray Yi would accompany her engineer father to his workplace and question how a circuit board would work.
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