This General Elections will be bringing into office the 20th Management Committee.
Join the Team
Have you participated in previous Computing Club activities, and experienced first hand the great synergy running through the organisers, as well as with the participants? Do you see great experience, potential and passion in yourself, which can be put into use to further the cause of your fellow faculty-mates?
As students of SoC, we have reaped much benefits from the efforts of the previous Computing Club Management Committees. Heed the calling to contribute, to serve and to lead. Step up, present yourself to your fellow students, and take up the challenge as the NUS Students' Computing Club 20th Management Committee.
Did you know? The Management Committee is officially part of the SoC Student Leadership Programme. Joining the Management Committee accords you service hours under the programme.
Positions to be Filled
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The 20th MC General Elections has yet to begin. For our activities, please refer to our club's home page
20th MC General Elections
This is an overview of the 20th MC General Elections process, along with important dates.
18 to 23 August 2017 (Friday to Wednesday)
Nominations period is the time for club members to sign up and step up to be a nominee in the upcoming elections.
Successful nominees will be allowed to campaign and garner votes for the position they are running for.
You may submit your nominations (Form A & Form B) from 12pm to 2pm or 4pm to 6pm at our very own Student Lounge located at COM1 02-21.
Only full-time matriculated undergraduates of the School of Computing are eligible to stand for election, propose or second a candidate, and vote at the ballots.
21 and 23 August 2017 (Monday and Wednesday)
Not sure what it means to be in the MC? Come for our information session(s) to find out more!
Designed to help club members understand what the Management Committee does over their term, the 19th Management Committee is scheduling two information sessions on the to share about their past experiences.
We recommend interested club members to attend to get a better picture of the roles & responsibilities of an Elected Committee Member.
24 to 30 August 2017
Campaigning is the period nominated nominees are allowed to garner for votes in their favour for the upcoming voting period.
Nominees will have to adhere to the rules as indicated on our Election Standing Order, NUS Student Conduct as well as instructions from the Elections Committee.
28 to 30 August 2017 (Monday to Wednesday)
These sessions are for our staff advisors to get to know the nominees better.
Nominees will be informed of their individual MTA timeslot via email.
31 August to 1 September 2017 (Thursday to Friday)
The Direct Elections system is used. That is, nominees will run directly for a specific position. All nominees must obtain the approval of no less than 75% of the valid votes cast for the nominee. In the event of a contested vote, the nominee who receives the highest number of net yes votes gets elected to the position."
Physical paper voting will be held on our very own campus.
Timing & venue(s) will be disclosed in due time.
1 September 2017
Upon announcement by our returning officer, the General Elections' nominees will be deemed elected by the student population into the 20th Management Committee.
21 September 2017 *
The Annual General Meeting is an annual event where our Management Commmittee position holders will be sharing their review of the past year.
* To be confirmed
Everything that is needed is here!
The Constition of the NUS Students' Computing Club that grants the Management Committee the roles & powers
Similar to the Constituion, this is the document that will explain how the elections will take place, as well as the rules the nominees must adhere to.
This is the application form for any member who wants to be nominated to become a nominee.
This is the agreement form for the member to confirm his or her choice to become a nominee.
This is the agreement form for any member to confirm his or her choice to delegate voting rights.
Just drop the Elections Committee an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information on this page is subject to change without any prior notice.
Last edited on: 1st July 2017Back to Top