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  • Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre at the NUS Institute of Systems Science to address skills gap in India
    18 Jun 2018

    Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre at the NUS Institute of Systems Science to address skills gap in India

    The Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre (eGL) at the National University of Singapore’s Institute of Systems Science (NUS-ISS) and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India have come together to collaborate on the skilling initiatives for India’s workforce.

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  • Annual Report 2017
    02 Apr 2018

    Annual Report 2017

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  • Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre at the NUS Institute of Systems Science set to accelerate Digital Bangladesh 2021
    12 Mar 2018

    Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre at the NUS Institute of Systems Science set to accelerate Digital Bangladesh 2021

    The Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre (eGL) at the National University of Singapore’s Institute of Systems Science (NUS-ISS) will strengthen its collaboration with the Bangladesh government to institutionalise and deliver capacity building programmes to support the Digital Bangladesh Vision 2021.

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  • Gaining a foothold in the tech industry
    07 Jan 2017

    Gaining a foothold in the tech industry

    The Sunday Times

    Trained as a chemical engineer, Mr Shaun Lau Choon Jin was looking for a stepping stone into the information technology (IT) industry when he heard about the Graduate Diploma in Systems Analysis...

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  •  New Programmes to Nurture Infocomm Technology Professionals
    01 Oct 2016

    New Programmes to Nurture Infocomm Technology Professionals

    Channel News Asia

    Mr. Ong Ye Kung, Acting Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) was Guest of Honour at the NUS-ISS 35th Anniversary Dinner held on 30th September 2016. At the event, he announced that NUS-ISS will be rolling out about 30 new courses on topics including artificial intelligence and robotics over the next three years.

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