These two programmes for new students of the School of Life Sciences and Chemical Technology (LSCT).
Date : 8th (Monday) to 10th (Wednesday) April 2019
This is a three-day programme for all freshmen. The programme starts daily at 9.00 am and ends at approximately 6 pm except for the last day (10th April) which ends at approximately 6.30 pm.
There will be important briefings on administrative and course-related matters and also interesting activities such as ice-breakers, campus tours as well as meet-your-advisors and lecturers sessions.
Click here for details of the Compulsory School Orientation Programme.
We are conducting online workshops on basic biology and chemistry for those without 'O'-levels in these subjects. Details will be sent to your school email.
Click here for details of the bridging courses.
Welcome to all LSCT freshmen! We have planned a Compulsory 3-day non-residential Orientation Programme for you.
NP Convention Centre (refer to the Directional Map.
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The LSCT Compulsory School Orientation Programme (CSOP) is a custom-designed programme for freshmen to have a smooth transition from secondary school to Polytechnic. Freshmen will gain awareness of the opportunities and know what to expect for their learning experience in their course of study at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. We will welcome you into the School of Life Sciences and Chemical Technology (LSCT) family and introduce you to our school culture. You will have an enriching and fun start to your learning journey at Ngee Ann Polytechnic!
All freshmen will experience a fantastic start to their 3-year journey in LSCT through this compulsory orientation programme. Here are some highlights of our programme:
We look forward to seeing you at the CSOP!
* Please do not bring your laptops and valuables to the orientation programme
The school will conduct bridging courses for our new first year students on basic chemistry and biology. The course introduces learners to the basics of chemistry and biology.
The Bridging Course will be an online course. The details will be emailed to you at your NP email account. Please check.
Mr Wong Yew Loong,
Students who did not attempt the ‘O’ level Biology or Chemistry should attend the respective bridging courses.
20 April 2019
IntroductionEach year, all LSCT staff and students come together to serve the less privileged in our community. Our students get the opportunity to distribute food directly to needy families. They learn to be more compassionate for others, become more grateful for what they have and be more resilient.
We continue to partner with the Food Bank and NTUC FairPrice to organise the food collection. The Food Bank is a charity that collects food and distributes it to a network of member beneficiaries.
Your generosity and support will benefit many needy families.
ObjectiveTo provide food to the less privileged families in Singapore.
Types of food items you can donate
How to donate 1. You may deposit your food items at food collection boxes at these supermarkets on Saturday 20 April 2019.