To Optimize its Services, Academic Affairs Division Launched Acedemic Services System

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The Head of Academic Affairs Division of UIN Jakarta Ir Yarsi Berlianti Msi when met by UIN News Online in her office, Friday, (11/18).

The Head of Academic Affairs Division of UIN Jakarta Ir Yarsi Berlianti Msi when met by UIN News Online in her office, Friday, (11/18).

Academic Affairs Building, UIN News Online – UIN Jakarta academic affairs division launched Sistem Layanan Akademik (Academic Services System) to increase its academicals service; this system is intended to facilitate the students in academic administrative proceedings.

It was said by the Head of Academic Affairs Division of UIN Jakarta Ir Yarsi Berlianti Msi when met by UIN News Online in her office, Friday, (11/18). She also added, in this system, there are several items that can be used by the students to obtained academic completeness.

“The students can just access the system and choose the service menu in accordance with their academicals need. And then, the students need to submit the print-out to the academic staff for processing,” Yarsi explained.

By accessing http://layanan.akademik.uinjkt.ac.id/index.php?r=site/index, the students can inspect how far their submission statuses are.

“We expect, this system can be implemented in all faculties. Thus, the Academicals service in UIN Jakarta will be better,” she added.

In the same time, Yarsi also said that academic affairs had conducted a briefing to its employees, both in the central and faculties

“The briefing produces some important point regarding the SLA, such as the motto of the academic employees to deliver the services, namely Ramah, Cepat, dan Akurat (Friendly, Fast, and Accurate). Friendly in serving, fast in processing each student needs, and accurate in providing the answers,” she said.

Regarding with the infrastructure, Yarsi admitted that they need at least four more units of touch-screen computers. With more computers, the students will be easier to access and deliver their academic needs to the employees.

“Today, the students still have to queue. At the specified times, the growing number of lines will be increased,” explained Yarsi to UIN News Online. (lrf/ika p/umar)