Ngee Ann Polytechnic Act
(Chapter 207, Section 24)
Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Admission) Rules
R 5
G.N. No. S 125/1984

REVISED EDITION 1990
(25th March 1992)
[4th May 1984]
Citation
1.  These Rules may be cited as the Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Admission) Rules.
Entrance qualifications
2.  No person shall be admitted to the Polytechnic unless he has the qualifications necessary for entrance to the Polytechnic as stipulated by the Senate from time to time.
Application for admission
3.—(1)  Any person who desires to be admitted to the Polytechnic shall make an application to the Polytechnic in such form as the Polytechnic may require.
(2)  The Senate shall consider an application made under paragraph (1) and may grant or refuse to grant the application.
(3)  Any decision under paragraph (2) shall be final.
Payment of fees
4.  An applicant who has been granted admission to the Polytechnic shall pay the tuition and other fees stipulated by the Polytechnic from time to time.
Registrar to keep and maintain register
5.—(1)  The Registrar shall cause a register (referrd to in these Rules as the register) to be kept containing the names and addresses of students registered under these Rules and such other particulars as may be determined by the Registrar.
(2)  The Registrar shall be responsible for the maintenance and custody of the register.
(3)  An applicant who has been granted admission to the Polytechnic and has complied with rule 4 shall be registered as a student in the register.
Revocation of admission and cancellation of registration
6.—(1)  The Senate may revoke a decision to admit a person under rule 3 or cancel the registration of a person as a student under rule 5, if that person —
(a) has been convicted of any criminal offence and sentenced to imprisonment for a term exceeding one month;
(b) has in his application for admission under these Rules made any statement which is false in any material particular; or
(c) has in his application for admission under these Rules made or produced or caused to be made or produced any false or fraudulent certificate or other academic qualification.
(2)  The Senate shall, before revoking any decision or cancelling any registration under paragraph (1), give the person concerned notice in writing of its intention to do so, specifying a date, not less than 14 days after the date of the notice, upon which the revocation or cancellation, as the case may be, shall take effect and calling upon the person to show cause to the Senate why the decision should not be revoked or the registration cancelled.
(3)  When the Senate has revoked a decision or cancelled a registration under paragraph (1), the Senate shall forthwith inform the person concerned by notice in writing of the revocation or cancellation.
(4)  Upon the revocation of a decision to admit a person to the Polytechnic, the person shall not be so admitted and upon the cancellation of the registration of a person as a student in the register the person shall cease to be a student of the Polytechnic.
[G.N. No. S 125/84]