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Lee Kuan Yew Award
The Lee Kuan Yew Award is presented to the top graduate from the technology or computer related courses at each of the four polytechnics. These award is funded by an honorarium that Minister Mentor Mr Lee Kuan Yew, received from one of his speaking engagements overseas.

This year's Lee Kuan Yew Award will be presented to Ho Fucai and Hong ZhongCheng.

 

Toh Chin Chye Gold Medal
The Toh Chin Chye Gold Medal is one of the most coveted prizes in the Singapore Polytechnic. The award is named after Dr Toh Chin Chye who was the chairman of the Singapore Polytechnic Board of Governors from 1959 to 1975. Dr Toh was instrumental in charting new directions for the Polytechnic's development and in planning the instituition's relocation to the present campus at Dover Road.

This year's Toh Chin Chye Gold Medal will be presented to Woo Mei Xia.

 

Low Guan Onn Gold Medal
The Low Guan Onn Medal was institued in memory of the late Mr Low Guan Onn, who was the chairman of the Polytechinic's Board of Governors from 1975 to 1979. Mr Low oversaw the move from the Prince Edward Road campus to the present site in Dover Road. Mr Low is well-remembered for his vision of the well-rounded Polytechnic graduate who is central to the nation's industrialization programme.

This year's Low Guan Onn Gold Medal will be presented to Peh Xue Yun.

 

Chua Chor Teck Gold Medal
The Chua Chor Teck Medal was first awarded in 1986. The late Mr Chua Chor Teck was the Chairman of the Polytechnic's Board of Governors from 1980 to 1986. As Chairman, he guided the Polytechnic from 1982 to 1986 through a five year physical expansion programme - a crucial phase of the Polytechnic's development. He also initiate the Corporate Planning exercise in 1984 to steer the Polytechnic's growth into the 1990's.

This year's Chua Chor Teck Gold Medal will be presented to Carin Tan Lay San.

 

Tay Eng Soon Gold Medal
The Tay Eng Soon Gold Medal was first awarded in 1994. It is awarded annually to a former graduate of the Institute of Technical Education, who is also a top student, at each of the Polytechnics. The Tay Eng Soon Gold Medal is made possible through the Tay Eng Soon Scholarship Fund. In 1994, the Fund was established in the memory of the late a pivotal role in the development of polytechnic and technical education.

This year's Tay Eng Soon Gold Medal will be presented to Jumali Bin Saidi