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​From struggling students to top NTU EEE graduates

Published on: 31-Jul-2017

Defying expectations, two former ITE students are graduating with First Class Honours from NTU this year. Hoong Seng Keng and Amos Goh Zhi Zhong, both 27, are from NTU’s Electrical and Electronic Engineering course, and they said they have their teachers to thank for turning their lives around. Mr Goh has started working at ST Electronics as an engineer specialising in the area of Internet of Things while Mr Hoong has secured a top job at a multinational technology firm Micron Technology, where he will focus on areas related to solid-state devices. Nearly 9,600 students from the university’s class of 2017 — its 26th batch of graduates — are having their convocation ceremonies over a week, starting yesterday.


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