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Enforcement Actions taken against PEIs and/or Managers

The following were enforcement actions taken by the CPE.

Date

Name of Private Education Institution/ Manager

Action Taken

Notification

Between 24.04.2019 and 04.07.2019

Pek Siew Gek, Manager of Kings International Business School

 

Entity No: 200919036Z

Conviction

Following the regulatory cancellation of Kings International Business School’s registration on 05.05.2015, the accused was convicted and sentenced for:

 

  1. Failing to ensure that Kings International Business School had complied with a  direction to fully refund or place out 34 students. This is an offence under Section 60(5) read with Section 61(2) of the Private Education Act, Cap 247A. The accused was convicted of the offence by the Court on 24.04.2019 and was sentenced to 4 weeks imprisonment.

  2. Furnishing of documents (examination scripts) which are false in a material particular and which one does not believe to be true. This is an offence under Section 61(1)(b) of the Private Education Act, Cap 247A. The accused was convicted of the offence by the Court on 04.07.2019 and was sentenced to 6 weeks imprisonment.

  3. Furnishing of documents (attendance lists) which are false in a material particular and which one does not believe to be true. This is an offence under Section 61(1)(b) of the Private Education Act, Cap 247A. The accused was convicted of the offence by the Court on 04.07.2019 and was sentenced to 4 weeks imprisonment on 04.07.2019.

 

In addition, the accused was convicted of the offence, Section 204a read with Section 116 of the Penal Code, on 22.05.2018 by the Court for abetting another person to obstruct the course of justice. The accused was sentenced to 3 months imprisonment. The accused’s appeal against the conviction and sentence was dismissed on 10.06.2019.

24.04.2019

Tang Yudong, Manager of Kings International Business School

 

Entity No: 200919036Z

Conviction

Following the regulatory cancellation of Kings International Business School’s registration on 05.05.2015, the accused was convicted and sentenced for:
 

  1. Failing to ensure that Kings International Business School had complied with a direction to fully refund or place out 34 students. This is an offence under Section 60(5) read with Section 61(2) of the Private Education Act, Cap 247A. The accused was convicted of the offence by the Court on 24.04.2019 and was sentenced to 4 weeks imprisonment.

 

In addition, the accused was convicted of the offence, Section 204a read with Section 116 of the Penal Code, on 22.05.2018 by the Court for abetting another person to obstruct the course of justice. The accused was sentenced to 2 months imprisonment. The accused’s appeal against the conviction and sentence was dismissed on 10.06.2019.

Antecedents : Nil