Student Achievements

SEG students love a good challenge and we are particularly proud of our problem-solving skills. Our students regularly participate in local and international competitions, thinking outside the box to conceptualise fresh ideas and striving for excellence in every field. Here are some of their accomplishments over the years.


2016 Student Achievement SRG

1st Runner-up at Singapore Robotics Games (SRG) 2016

RP bagged 2 awards at the SRG held in January 2016 at Tay Eng Soon Convention Centre, ITE Headquarters. SEG students participated in three categories; remote controlled (RC) underwater robot, autonomous underwater robot, and intelligent robot.

The team came in 1st Runner-up overall in the remote controlled (RC) underwater robotic category. In the autonomous underwater robotic category, RP’s robots performed exceedingly well but missed it by just five seconds to emerge as 1st Runner-up.

2016 Student Achievement

1st Runner-up for NUS ISE National Business Analytics Case Competition 2016

Represented by three DIOM and one DSCM students, RP took part in the 5th National University of Singapore (NUS) Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) National Business Analytics Case Competition 2016. Their 1st Runner-up placing was a recognition of their innovative ideas, in-depth analysis, well-designed PowerPoint slides, and excellent presentation skills.

With the theme ‘Singapore’s Future Transportation, students were asked to plan an improved Public Transport System that was faster, safer, more flexible and comfortable, and ultimately a choice mode of travel for Singaporeans.

They were also asked to propose and evaluate various possible strategies, then present and justify the desired solutions based on extensive research, data analysis, and application of tools and techniques in the area of Operations Research (OR).


2015 Student Achievement SRG

Champion at Singapore Robotic Games (SRG) 2015

At the SRG, SEG students participated in three categories; Remote-controlled Underwater Robot, Autonomous Underwater Robot, and Intelligent Robot and won three awards! RP was the defending champion in the Autonomous Underwater Robot category and the team performed well, scoring both first and second places.

With this achievement, RP has maintained its record of being champion in this category for eight years running.

In the Remote Controlled Underwater category, the team fielded four robots and managed to score the first to fifth places to be crowned as champions, recapturing the top spot once again after losing out in the previous year.

2015 Student Achievement 3D Printing

Champion for Two Themes in Singapore International 3D Printing Competition 2015

Four SEG students did RP proud by emerging as the top winners for two themes in the Singapore International 3D Printing Competition 2015, bagging a total of $10,000 in cash prizes.

DIOM student was the winner for Singapore Centre’s Functional Logo in the 3D printing theme while members of the Final Year Project (FYP) team scored a win in the Vintage Toys theme for their submission.

The students decided to donate $3,000 out of the $10,000 cash prize to the RP Student Needy Fund to thank the school for the opportunity to participate in the competition.


2014 Student Achievement World Skills

Gold Medal at Worldskills

An SEG student showed the world that he can compete with the very best in the world at the Worldskills 2014 competition at ITE College Central Singapore by bringing home the gold medal in the Information Network Cabling event.

His achievement capped one-and-half years of training with the SEG Worldskills (Information Network Cabling) team. He also represented Singapore at the 2015 event in Brazil.

2014 Student achievement Supply Chain Challenge

Champion in Supply Chain Challenge Competition

A team of DSCM students did RP and SEG proud by emerging as the champions in the Supply Chain Challenge Competition 2014, jointly organised by the Singapore Logistics Association, SPRING Singapore, and UniSIM.

The team of four Year 2 students did a wonderful pitch to two different sets of judges at the event’s finals, explaining how they would help improve the supply chain process challenges faced by their mentoring company, Mandai Link Logistics Pte Ltd. Another DSCM team also made it to the finals.