21st Management Committee
We organize various events for our members to brighten their school life, help them along with school and provide opportunities to explore other academic and non-academic related interests. We are here as a club for students by students to listen to what our members want and put it into action.
The Presidential Wing, which consist of the President, the Vice-Presidents, the Secretariat Cell, the Finance Cell, and the IT Cell, takes charge of the general administration and support of the club. They provide guidance and aid to the operational cells in their respective fields, and frequently undertake actions that affect the entire club.
The President together with the Vice-Presidents make top level decisions which concern the club, ensure the smooth running of events, and provide guidance to the various cells. They also represent the club in the NUSSU Council, meetings with the School and University, and official events. The Presidential Cell acts as the voice for the club and the students and safeguards their interests.
The Secretariat Cell takes charge of the overall administration of the club to ensure a smooth day-to-day running of the club. This includes coordinating directors’ meetings, general meetings, and enforcing that discipline within the club is upheld in accordance with the club’s Rules and Regulations. The Secretariat Cell also shoulders the responsibility of information management, the weekly email blasts, and the welfare of the club’s Management Committee members.
The Finance Cell manages all matters relating to finance and expenses in the club. Together with the President, they allocate the initial budget at the start of their term, and all purchases within the club will have to be approved by them. The Finance Cell work closely with School of Computing’s Student Life Office and NUS Office of Financial Services to properly process all transactions, sets out proper financial guidelines and procedures, and frequently provide financial advice to club members that contributes to a smooth running of the club’s operations.
Information Technology Cell
The Information Technology (IT) Cell oversees the IT infrastructure of the club. This includes the club’s official website, the Freshmen Orientation Programme (FOP) webpage, and various ad hoc projects such as the creation of Telegram Bots to cater to orientation camps score keeping needs. Furthermore, the IT Cell upholds the responsibility of determining the optimal hosting servers, ensuring the theme of the club’s various IT infrastructures uphold the club’s image while keeping them user friendly, informative, and up-to-date.
Student Life Wing consists of two cells: Freshmen Orientation Projects (FOP) and Student Relations. This wing aims to improve the university experience of our students.
Freshmen Orientation Project Cell
The FOP cell supports and integrates the different orientation projects: Freshmen Social Camp (FSC), RAG Commencement, Freshmen Orientation Camp (FOC), Freshmen Orientation Week (FOW) and BASH. FOP 2019 has the vision "One FOP", which means supporting the different projects and aligning each project to a common vision — creating a memorable experience for all freshmen and seniors.
Student Relations Cell
The Student Relations cell is the main point of contact between the students and the Management Committee and aims to represent the student body. This cell supports the feedback channels, ensuring that feedback are taken care of, as well as the maintenance of the lockers in NUS School of Computing. Student Relations collect feedback through surveys and analyse them to find ways to improve the club.
The Student Development Wing comprises of the Academic Liaison and the Community Service Cell. The main purpose of this wing is to help students develop both academically, as well as, mentally and emotionally.
Academic Liaison Cell
The Academic Liaison cell aims to promote the academic interests and facilitate the academic pursuits of the members of the Club. It also functions as the bridge between the student population and the school with regards to academic matters. The Academic Liaison cell plans activities such as mock Practical Examinations, Academic Day and hackathons to ensure our members have enough resources to learn well.
Community Service Cell
The Community Service cell aims to promote a culture of giving among computing students by providing a platform for computing students to give back to society. This cell oversees the planning and execution of the entire Flag project, a community project targeted at the elderly and liaises with the school for the Code for Community project.
The External Wing comprises the Marketing and Publicity cells of the Computing Club. Together, we support the Club and raise its awareness to the students through various ways, from sponsorship sourcing to event publicity.
The Publicity Cell acts as a support cell for the other cells and is responsible for the image and outreach of our club. The cell curates content (such as posters), provides photography or videography and maintains the club’s social media accounts. It constantly updates our club’s Flickr page, Facebook page, Instagram page, and Telegram channel.
The Marketing Cell supports the other cells by providing the finance required to run large events such as the Exam Welfare Pack Giveaways and the Freshmen Orientation Projects. To do so, the cell conducts fundraising sales regularly with a wide range of merchandise and sources for sponsorship.
The Internal Relations Wing comprises the Sports Cell and the Welfare Cell. Together, they focus on taking care of the well-being of the students through various sporting and welfare events, providing reprieve to the students’ otherwise hectic and stressful University lives.
The Sports Cell manages all activities related to sports in the club. This includes organising a Sports Day during the winter holiday and various recreational sporting sessions during the Semester. They also work closely with NUS Students’ Sports club to coordinate the yearly Inter-Faculty Games and provide welfare for our players. The cell brings sports to the students and attempts to inculcate a sense of healthier living through sports.
The Welfare Cell aims to promote the mental well-being of the students by providing avenues to have fun, bond, and relax. Some of these events include Movie Night, Welfare Night and the self-initiated Mid-Term Welfare Pack Giveaway. They are also in-charge of the iconic Exam Welfare Pack Giveaway every semester.