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Old 21-04-2012, 01:50 PM
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helping a friend to ask this. is sim degree recongised by the public/civil sector?



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Old 21-04-2012, 04:41 PM
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any body from LTA ?
What is the starting pay for fresh grad with 2nd lower as engineer?

5 years down the road, what will be the expected salary with LTA?
no one reply???

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U will not find it in anywhere that explicitly & categorically states whether SIM (or any private school degrees) are recognised or not. But as a former civil servant, perhaps i can shed some light in this matter. In a typical civil service job opening which is published in the papers or internet, there will be many many applicants. These are highly abled applicants from local Uni & foreign Uni... that I meant physically flying over to top notch Uni such as Imperial or Carnegie Mellon, not SIM or MDIS. As such, SIM dont stand a chance, at all.

However, if u do have connections or know the hiring manager, it IS possible to join the civil service. U may even be given a decent starting grade (e.g. MX grades) in the degree holders realm.

All said, i think this is absolutely logical and reasonable...no tinge of contradiction. In one of the earlier posts in another thread, there was this question of why the difference between...say, "Warwick degree via SIM" versus "attaining the degree at Warwick campus in UK". Well, in actuality, it is a straight forward thing.

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U will not find it in anywhere that explicitly & categorically states whether SIM (or any private school degrees) are recognised or not. But as a former civil servant, perhaps i can shed some light in this matter. In a typical civil service job opening which is published in the papers or internet, there will be many many applicants. These are highly abled applicants from local Uni & foreign Uni... that I meant physically flying over to top notch Uni such as Imperial or Carnegie Mellon, not SIM or MDIS. As such, SIM dont stand a chance, at all.

However, if u do have connections or know the hiring manager, it IS possible to join the civil service. U may even be given a decent starting grade (e.g. MX grades) in the degree holders realm.

All said, i think this is absolutely logical and reasonable...no tinge of contradiction. In one of the earlier posts in another thread, there was this question of why the difference between...say, "Warwick degree via SIM" versus "attaining the degree at Warwick campus in UK". Well, in actuality, it is a straight forward thing.

thx for the insights. will forward to my friend. so much for the ''sim fees are subsidised by govt, thus it is still considered a recognised uni'' bullshit huh lol
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Old 22-04-2012, 05:08 PM
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Hi, anyone know how much does a Vice Principle Admin from MOE earn?
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Below is probably true if you're a generalist. But if you're specialised and skilled, there is no problem getting any government or private sector jobs. I do know of several agencies still having difficulties filling up specialised IT jobs, esp IT security. In fact, they even compete among themselves for the same small local talent pool.

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U will not find it in anywhere that explicitly & categorically states whether SIM (or any private school degrees) are recognised or not. But as a former civil servant, perhaps i can shed some light in this matter. In a typical civil service job opening which is published in the papers or internet, there will be many many applicants. These are highly abled applicants from local Uni & foreign Uni... that I meant physically flying over to top notch Uni such as Imperial or Carnegie Mellon, not SIM or MDIS. As such, SIM dont stand a chance, at all.

However, if u do have connections or know the hiring manager, it IS possible to join the civil service. U may even be given a decent starting grade (e.g. MX grades) in the degree holders realm.

All said, i think this is absolutely logical and reasonable...no tinge of contradiction. In one of the earlier posts in another thread, there was this question of why the difference between...say, "Warwick degree via SIM" versus "attaining the degree at Warwick campus in UK". Well, in actuality, it is a straight forward thing.
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hi all, I have almost a year's of experience in pte sector (with local degree but no honours).

If i apply for govt (one of the ministries), will they still consider me as MX13?

What's the minimum salary range I will be expecting as I have completed NS anyone?
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I am a guy having a second lower engine degree from NTU..
I got an offer from a stat board paying me 3k.. Is it good or bad??

What is the pay difference between NS and Non-NS??
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I am a guy having a second lower engine degree from NTU..
I got an offer from a stat board paying me 3k.. Is it good or bad??

What is the pay difference between NS and Non-NS??
stat board from which ministry?
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Old 24-04-2012, 01:49 AM
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stat board from which ministry?
Stat board from mnd..

But how is the salary rate of civil servants in the market today? for fresh grad i mean..
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