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» What is the difference between MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) and Collaborative Tuition Programme (CTP)?

 

» How and when can I register?

 

» Where can I register?

 

» How do I register online and what documents must be submitted upon application?

 

» Should I change tuition centre or tuition package (for existing students only)?

 

» Am I eligible for Education Trust Fund - School Assistance Scheme (ETF-SAS) or fee waiver?

 

» How do I calculate my total net household income?

 

» How much does the tuition fee cost for the different programmes?

 

» Can I pay the tuition fees by GIRO?

 

» When do I pay and what are the modes of payment accepted?

 

» How do I convert my child’s marks to grades vice-versa?

 

» What shall I do after registration?

 


 

What is the difference between MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) and Collaborative Tuition Programme (CTP)?

MENDAKI TUITION SCHEME (MTS)

COLLABORATIVE TUITION PROGRAMME (CTP)

Student must be:

1.     Muslim;

2.     Singaporean or Singapore Permanent Residents;

3.     One who is studying in full-time local government or
government-aided schools and madrasahs;

4.     One who obtained 75 marks and below in at least one
of the tuition subject for SA2 2018.

Student must be:

1.     Singaporean and Singapore Permanent Residents (All
races);

2.     One who obtained between 35 and 65 marks for each
tuition subject for SA2 2018;

3.     One who is studying in full-time local government or
government-aided schools and madrasahs

 

A.       For Chinese students, gross monthly total household
income must be of $3300 and below, or gross monthly
household’s per capita income of $900 and below.

 

B.       For Eurasian students, gross monthly total household
income must be less than $3000, or gross monthly
household’s per capita income less than $800.

 

C.       For Indian students, there is no income criteria.

 

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How and when can I register?

Registration Exercise for 2019 will be fully automated for greater efficiency. Only registration made via Online Programme Registration System (OPRS) will be accepted.


For Existing Students

Register online via this link. Click “Re-registration for current student” under the “Registration” button and use the log-in details given to you in the Re-registration letter. Existing students are given priority in tuition placement for 2019. Please re-register early to secure the placement. Siblings of existing students can also register in the same application (tuition placement is subject to availability).


For New Students Only

Register online via this link. Click “New Registration” under the “Registration” button.


MTS and CTP registration details can be found here.

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Where can I register?

1. You can now register online at the convenience of your home or visit any of our registration centres should you require assistance in completing your registration.

2. You may refer to the registration centres here

 

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How do I register online and what documents must be submitted upon application?

We have prepared a step-by-step tutorial to guide you. Do view the video here.

Please prepare the following documents before you proceed to do your registration online or at the registration centres:

For ALL Muslim Students:

1.

Copy of Students’ BC or NRIC

2.

Copy of Main Parent / Guardian’s NRIC

 

For Non-Muslim Students:

1.

Copy of Students’ BC or NRIC

2.

Copy of Main Parent / Guardian’s NRIC

3.

Copy of Latest Payslip / Income Tax Return / CPF Statements For All Employed Household Member

4.

Copy of Latest CPF Contribution History For All Unemployed / Part-time Worker Household Member


For Students Applying for Educational Trust Fund and Fee Waiver:

1.

Copy of Students’ BC or NRIC

2.

Copy of all household family members’ BC or NRIC

3.

For All Employed Household Member:
Copy of Latest Payslip/ Income Tax Return / CPF Statements

4.

For All Unemployed/Part-time Worker Household Member:
Copy of Latest CPF Contribution History

5.

Copy of Marriage / Divorce / Death Certificate

6.

Copy of Prison Card or Custody / Guardian Papers (If Applicable)

 

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Should I change tuition centre or tuition package (for existing students only)?

Should you wish to change tuition centre or tuition package/subject, you may request for transfer by editing the tuition centre or tuition package/subject in your student registration (after logging in here). For transfers, please note that the tuition placement that has been secured for you will be released. Your child’s placement at the newly selected centre or package/subject is subject to availability.

Note: You will not be able to change/transfer if your registration is already submitted.


To proceed with the transfer:

1. Log in with the Student Registration Number (SRN) and NRIC of main parent/guardian.
2. Go to Step 2 of the student registration. Click the edit icon under the relevant student name.
3.

TRANSFER IN TUITION CENTRE

TRANSFER IN TUITION PACKAGE/SUBJECT

Click ‘Select Centre’ and check the box of your preferred tuition centre. Click ‘Confirm’.
You will be prompted with a pop-up message.
Click ‘Yes’ to confirm deletion of previously secured tuition centre.

Uncheck the box of the secured tuition package/subject. (E.g. P1 English Standard)
You will be prompted with a pop-up message.
Click ‘Yes’ to confirm deletion of previously secured tuition package/subject.
Proceed to check the box of your preferred tuition package/subject.

Click ‘Select Centre’ and check the box of your preferred tuition centre. Click ‘Confirm’.


4. Click ‘Save’. Your newly selected tuition centre or package/subject will now be reflected in Step 2.

 

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Am I eligible for Education Trust Fund - School Assistance Scheme (ETF-SAS) or fee waiver?

About

1.     This scheme is a one-off education subsidy in the form of vouchers worth $200 for students in the primary level and $250 for students in the secondary level.

2.     Students who are eligible for this will automatically receive waiver of fees for MENDAKI Tuition Programme 2019.

Eligibility criteria;

a.     Student must:

                     i.    Students must be registered for MTS or CTP

                    ii.    Passed their final year school examination and can proceed on to the next level;

                   iii.    Have net monthly total family income of $1800 and below, or with net monthly household’s per capita income of $450 and below.

                   iv.    Class attendance must be 75% and above.

b.     Students with overall results less than 75% MUST register for a MENDAKI Tuition Programme.

c.     Parents are encouraged to attend the Financial Literacy Workshop (Core Module) conducted by Yayasan MENDAKI.

 

Notes:

a.     ETF-SAS application closes on 31 January 2019.

b.     Students in Assumption Pathway School, Crest Secondary School, Northlight School, Spectra Secondary School, NUS High School for Mathematics and Science, School of Science and Technology, School of the Arts Singapore (SOTA), Singapore Sports School and part-time madrasahs will only be eligible for the tuition fee waiver.

 

Fee Waiver for Non-Muslim Students:

 

a.     Please fill in the tuition fee waiver application form from one of the following Self-Help Groups (SHG). The forms can be downloaded here:

                     i.    Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC)

                    ii.    Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA)

                   iii.    Eurasian Association (EA)

b.     Submit the tuition fee waiver application form together with MENDAKI’s online acknowledgement to the respective SHG.

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How do I calculate my total net household income?

Steps to calculate net income and per capita income (PCI):

1.

Calculate the basic salary of each working members in the same household. Exclude allowances, OT (overtime pay), bonus, CPF contribution and etc. from the gross salary.

2.

Divide the total basic salary by the total no of people living in the same household.


Example: Mr Ali earns a monthly gross salary of $2250. His basic salary is $1800. His wife is unemployed and he has 3 children that attend school.

The total net household income is $1800.
The net PCI is $1800 / 5 family members =$360.

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How much does the tuition fee cost for the different programmes?

MTS

PRI 1 to 4

PRI 5 & 6

SEC 1 & 2

SEC 3 - 5

$135

$155

$185

$210

(Inclusive of $10.00 registration fee and $15.00 book fees)



CTP

LEVEL

1 Subject

2 Subjects

3 Subjects

P1 to P3

$97

$169

N.A.

P4 to S5

$133

$241

$349

(Inclusive of $10.00 registration fee and $15.00 book fees)

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Can I pay the tuition fees by GIRO? 


Payment by GIRO for MTS
1. Only DBS / POSBank / Maybank / OCBC / UOB Account holders can apply for GIRO
2. Account holders must be 18 years old and above
3. Trust and Save-As-You-Earn (SAYE) accounts are not allowed to be used for GIRO deduction
4. You are to use one (1) GIRO form for every child registering for tuition
   a. For example, if you have 2 children then you have to submit 2 GIRO forms
5. GIRO deductions will be made in 5 equal monthly instalments. Deduction schedule for the tuition programmes are as stated below:

Download GIRO form

GIRO fee payment schedule for MTS

LEVEL/DATE

12 or 28 Feb

12 or 28 Mar

12 or 30 Apr

14 or 28 May

12 or 28 June

Total Fees*

P1 to P4

$27.00

$27.00

$27.00

$27.00

$27.00

$135.00

P5 & P6

$31.00

$31.00

$31.00

$31.00

$31.00

$155.00

S1 & S2

$37.00

$37.00

$37.00

$37.00

$37.00

$185.00

S3 to S5

$42.00

$42.00

$42.00

$42.00

$42.00

$210.00

* Closing date for GIRO application is 12 January 2019.
** Total fees indicated are inclusive of $25.00 ($10.00 registration fees and $15.00 book fees).

GIRO fee payment schedule for CTP.

LEVEL/DATE

12 or 28 Feb

12 or 28 Mar

12 or 30 Apr

14 or 28 May

12 or 28 June

Total Fees*

P1 to P3 – 1 Subject

$19.40

$19.40

$19.40

$19.40

$19.40

$97.00

P1 to P3 – 2 Subjects

$33.80

$33.80

$33.80

$33.80

$33.80

$169.00

P4 to S5 – 1 Subject

$26.60

$26.60

$26.60

$26.60

$26.60

$133.00

P4 to S5 – 2 Subjects

$48.20

$48.20

$48.20

$48.20

$48.20

$241.00

P4 to S5 – 3 Subjects

$69.80

$69.80

$69.80

$69.80

$69.80

$349.00

* Closing date for GIRO application is 12 January 2019.
** Total fees indicated are inclusive of $25.00 ($10.00 registration fees and $15.00 book fees). These fees are due on the tuition commencement month.

If the first deduction for the month is unsuccessful, a second deduction will be carried out as scheduled. In the event that a deduction could not be made, a penalty of $2.00 will be charged by the bank to the account holder in the following month’s deduction.

6. Closing date to submit the original copy of the GIRO form to Yayasan MENDAKI is 12 January 2019
7. Mail GIRO form(s) to:

        Yayasan MENDAKI
        51 Kee Sun Avenue
        Singapore 457056
        Attention to: Education Department

8. You are not allowed to use any type of correction fluid or tape on the GIRO form to make any amendments. Forms with correction fluid or tape will be rejected. Please cancel any mistakes and initial near the cancellation. Every correction done on the GIRO form must be initialed by the Account Holder.
9. The depositor must request termination of GIRO service in writing to the Education Programmes Unit, Yayasan MENDAKI or to the Bank.
10. At least one month’s notice must be given for the termination to be effective. Your deduction will be reflected in your Passbook Statement of Account as “SHG” (Self-Help Group).

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When do I pay and what are the modes of payment accepted?

Upon successful placement, parents will receive a notification letter from MENDAKI to update the status of application. The letter will include payment details like the tuition fees, how and where to make payment.

Payment methods at MENDAKI and its satellite centres:

LOCATION

PAYMENT METHODS

Wisma MENDAKI

Payment counter:
Cash, NETS and Debit/ credit card.

By Mail:
Cheque, Postal order and Money order.

MENDAKI @ Pasir Ris,
MENDAKI @ Woodlands and
MENDAKI @ Choa Chu Kang

NETS only

Online Programme Registration System (OPRS)

Online Payment:

eNETS, Debit Card or Credit Card

 

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What if I am currently self-employed/unemployed/working part-time/ odd jobs?

 You may fill in the declaration form below and submit it together with your online application.

Download Declaration form

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How do I convert my child’s marks to grades vice-versa?

Examination results/ marks.
These tables indicate the band/ grades depending on the marks range according to levels.

Primary 1 to 4

BAND

MARKS RANGE

1

85 and above

2

70-84

3

50-69

4

49 and below



Primary 5 and 6 (Standard)

GRADE

MARKS RANGE

A*

91 and above

A

75-90

B

60-74

C

50-59

D

35-49

E

20-34

U (Ungraded)

Below 20



Primary 5 and 6 (Foundation)

GRADE

MARKS RANGE

1

85 and above

2

70-84

3

50-69

4

30-49

U

Below 30



Secondary Levels - Express

GRADES

MARKS RANGE

A1

75-100

A2

70-74

B3

65-69

B4

60-64

C5

55-59

C6

50-54

D7

45-49

E8

40-44

F9

Below 40



Normal Academic

GRADES

MARKS RANGE

1

75-100

2

70-74

3

65-69

4

60-64

5

55-59

U

Below 50



Normal Technical

GRADES

MARKS RANGE

A

75-100

B

70-74

C

60-69

D

50-59

U

Below 50

 

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What shall I do after registration?

Parents/guardians will receive a letter from MENDAKI anouncing the outcome of the registration.

For successful applications, parents will receive a notification letter containing information on the centre and class allocated, and the date/time to report at the centre.
Parents are to fill up the Student Medical History Form which can also be downloaded here.

For all unsuccessful application, parents will receive a letter encouraging them to register for another centre/ package.

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