Advanced Search Advanced Search Close Panel All of these words This exact phrase Any of these words Without these words Search within: IMDAWhole of Government Expand All Collapse All Top 5 Most Popular FAQs1. Is accessing pornography on the Internet illegal? The IMDA does not monitor or track users' access to any sites on the Internet and does not interfere with what individuals access in the privacy of their homes. We are primarily concerned with the purveyors and distributors of pornography. Unless you engage in such activities, the mere act of visiting such sites is not an offence. 2. What is the selection criteria? Scholarships are awarded based on merit, i.e. academic, a good CCA/portfolio/projects record, as well as other factors of consideration including the candidate's passion and interest in an infocomm education and career, leadership skills, personality and overall presentation and communication skills. 3. What is the difference between 'Wireless@SGx' and 'Wireless@SG' SSIDs? The Wireless@SGx network is more secure as it uses industry-based authentication and security standards (i.e. IEEE 802.1x and Wi-Fi Alliance), and data sent over Wireless@SGx network is encrypted. In addition, Wireless@SG allows users to log in automatically (there is no need for username or password) after an initial one-time setup. Wireless@SG requires users to log in via a web browser every time. 4. What is the National Infocomm Scholarship (NIS)? The NIS is a scholarship programme in which IMDA aims to:Make infocomm a career choice among students Create 'industry- ready' scholars for Singapore's infocomm industryEnsure that the industry has a fair share of talents to sustain and grow its futureThe new scholarship model allows scholars to chart their career paths according to their aspirations and interests. Scholars will only choose an organisation to serve their bond in the last year of their studies to allow them to make a more informed choice. They can also choose from a wider range of organisations in IMDA's recommended list of partners, including start-ups, SMEs, MNCs and government agencies. 5. What are the degree courses supported under NIS? Business and IT (eg. Business Information Technology, Computational Finance, Computational Biology, etc)Computer EngineeringComputingComputer ScienceElectronic CommerceElectrical and Electronic EngineeringEconomics (applicable for candidates who intend to be placed with IMDA only)Financial IT/InformaticsInformation SystemsLaw (applicable for candidates who intend to be placed with IMDA only).Other infocomm-related courses Recent UpdatesTips and Guides For Consumer > Wireless@SG > Web Browser LoginTips and Guides For Consumer > Wireless@SG > Wireless@SG App (NEW)Tips and Guides For Consumer > Wireless@SG > User AccessMedia Manpower > Subsidised Mediation ServiceInfrastructure & Technology > Fibre Ready Scheme If you are unable to find an answer to your query, please submit your Feedback to let us know how we can help you.