Ngee Ann PolytechnicAs a Mechanical Engineering student with no programming experience, Shi Jie trained with his peers while learning from each other. With practice, Shi Jie became more confident undertaking the role of a programmer in the two-person team at WorldSkills Singapore. "It has been a year well-spent journeying with everyone," said Shi Jie.
Meanwhile, Danish Abrisam is ready to fix any glitches at a short notice. "I had to learn programming quickly to help my partner in case any emergency arises," said Danish. In fact, Danish is a seasoned contestant at WorldSkills Singapore. He represented his ITE in 2016 and emerged as a bronze medallist in the mechatronics category.
During his Early Admissions Exercise interview, he told his interviewers in NP that he wished to compete in WorldSkills again. Although the journey has been tough, the final-year student is unfazed by the challenges, and hopes to become an investigative engineer one day.
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