Ms. M.S Shanti
Ms. M.S Shanti
- Bachelor of Engineering (Computer) ,Shivaji University ,1990-1994;
- Master of Information Technology Management , University of Wollongong, 2003-2004
Shanti is the Director for Admissions, Academic Services and Progression at James Cook University Singapore (JCU Singapore). She provides a key leadership role focused on alignment of academic procedures and processes between James Cook University Singapore and James Cook University Australia. Shanti ensures that students receive excellent academic administrative service from the time they apply to the time they graduate. She pays great attention to all details which result in a fulfilling and meaningful experience for a student when they arrive at JCU Singapore. Shanti is also responsible for smooth and efficient operation of student management system (Enterprise wide software system) at JCU Singapore. She strategically plans and implements various functionalities of the system used in Singapore campus.
Shanti has been in the education industry for more than 20 years. She has extensive experience as a lecturer in Information Technology discipline. Before she became the Director at James Cook University Singapore, she held various positions within JCU Singapore such as Adjunct lecturer, Senior lecturer, Associate Dean (Information Technology),Associate Registrar and Associate Director(Admissions, Enrolments, Examinations and Student Systems).
Prior to joining JCU Singapore, Shanti was a lecturer and a team leader responsible for delivering higher education courses at one of the large education institute in Singapore at that time. Shanti obtained her Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) degree in 1994 from Shivaji University, India and Master of Information Technology Management degree in 2004 from University of Wollongong, Australia. Shanti has also completed coach training and uses the skills to coach her team and students to achieve their goals. She motivates individual with her strong positive and “can do” attitude which is strongly seeded in her sub-conscious mind.