The 101st Graduation Ceremony Rehearsal held at Main Auditorium

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Main Auditorium, UIN News Online- UIN Jakarta held a rehearsal for the 101st inauguration ceremony for 1005 graduates from all faculties and post-graduate school (SPs) of UIN Jakarta, Thursday (8/18) at Harun Nasution Main Auditorium, Campus I UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 95, Ciputat, South Tangerang.

The rehearsal is led by the Head of Academic Administration and Cooperation (BAAKK) Drs. H. Zaenal Arifin, M.Pd.I, Head of Academic Affairs Division Ir. Yarsi Berlianti, Subdivision Head of Documentary and Publication Feni Ariafiani, SH., MH, documentary and publication staff Eva Nauli Aprila Sm.HK, Subdivision Head of Cooperation MG. Hasbullah M.Pd, and Subdivision Head of Institutional Development A. Fuqoha, SH, MH.

The rehearsal was held to provide guidance and simulation for the graduate candidates. “The graduation ceremony will be divided into two sessions, on Saturday and Sunday. The rehearsals are held to keep things running smoothly,” said Zainal.

For Saturday, graduation ceremony will be held for the graduates from Faculty of Da’wah and Communication (81 people), Faculty of Syari’ah and Law (92 people), Faculty of Ushuluddin (45 people), Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (91 people), Faculty of Science and Technology (107 people), and Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (84 people).

And for Sunday, will be held for the graduates from Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training (281 people), Faculty of Adab and Humanities (40 people), Faculty of Dirasat Islamiyah (25 people), Faculty of Psychology (31 People), Faculty of Economics and Business (117 people), and 14 people from SPs (UIN Jakarta post-graduate school).

Technically, the 101st graduation ceremony is not much different from the previous graduation, which held only for a day. This is because the number of graduates reached 1005 people, not including parents or the guardian of students, then it decided to split the event for two days. “The ceremony is divided into Saturday and Sunday sessions in order to maintain the ceremonial quality and to provide excellent service for the graduates and the family.” Added Zainal. (lrf/umar)