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Board of Director / Academic / Examination

Qualifications of the Academic Board and Examination Board

Ms Tan Sok Hwa
A Fellow member of Chartered Secretaries Institute of Singapore (CSIS) and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA), Singapore Division
Dr Ben Chan
Doctor of Business Administration,                  Brunel University
Mr Wong Khang Wee
Degree of Bachelor Arts,                            National University of Singapore

Board Of Director

Ms Tan Sok Hwa

ACM Manager and a Fellow member of Chartered Secretaries Institute of Singapore (CSIS) and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA), Singapore Division


The Academic Board

  • Ms Tan Sok Hwa
  • Mr Wong Khang Wee, Edwin
  • Dr Ben Chan
The responsibilities of the Academic Board include:
  1. Developing the policies and procedures to ensure academic quality such as: Ensuring that the content and duration of the modular or subjects, as well as the entry and graduation requirements, of the course are appropriate; and approving the deployment of teachers based on the requirement stipulated by the CPE.
  2. Facilitating the Private Education Institution (“PEI”) to implement and comply with the policies and procedures developed;
  3. Reviewing the academic policies and procedures at least once a year.

The Examination Board

  • Ms Tan Sok Hwa
  • Mr Wong Khang Wee, Edwin
  • Dr Ben Chan
The responsibilities of the Examination Board:

The Examination Board will be in-charge of the development of examination and assessment procedures, to develop and facilitate implementation of procedure:

  1. To ensure the security of examination scripts and answer scripts;
  2. To ensure the proper conduct of examinations and assessments;
  3. To ensure the proper discharge of duties and responsibilities of invigilators and markers;
  4. To conduct moderation of examination and assessments marks; and
  5. To handle appeals from students with regards to examination or assessment matters.