Penang wins National Science Challenge

On cloud nine: It was a dream come true for the SMJK Jit Sin students when they clinched the top spot in the competition.

PENANG Team – comprising Ang Yi Jin, Loh Hong Sheng and Lim Wen Hao – came out tops in the 2020 Virtual National Science Challenge (VSNC), an annual competition which saw a participation of 1,027 teams.

They walked away with the Prime Minister’s Challenge Trophy, an ASM-NSC Educational Award of RM6,000 each, a laptop and a certificate of achievement each.

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