The iNSPIRE Fund scheme offers financial assistance to full-time students (aged 25 and below) who are unable to co-pay for the computer applied under the PC-Bundle scheme. Successful applicants will render between 3 to 12 hours of community service, depending on the type of computer model selected, to receive a fully-paid desktop/laptop.
To apply, the applicant must meet the following criteria:
- Must be a successful applicant of NEU PC Plus Programme
- Must be a full-time student aged 25 and below
- The gross monthly household income or per capita monthly income must not exceed $2,500 or $700 respectively
|Applicant's Age||PC Type|
|Desktop No. 1||Laptop No.2|
|Below 15 years old||3 hours||6 hours|
|15 years old and above||6 hours||12 hours|
The community service records must be endorsed by applicant’s teacher(s), where applicant has performed service in the school or staff of the voluntary welfare organisations where applicant has served the community service. The endorsed records must be sent to IMDA for processing.