UIN Jakarta Will Hold Rakerpim 2017

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Vice Rector of Academic Affairs Dr Fadhilah Suralaga, Rector of UIN Jakarta Prof Dr Dede Rosyada, Vice Rector of General Administration Prof Dr Abdul Hamid, and Vice Rector of Cooperation Prof Dr Murodi during Rakerpim 2016

Vice Rector of Academic Affairs Dr Fadhilah Suralaga, Rector of UIN Jakarta Prof Dr Dede Rosyada, Vice Rector of General Administration Prof Dr Abdul Hamid, and Vice Rector of Cooperation Prof Dr Murodi during Rakerpim 2016

Rectorate, UIN News Online – In entering 2017, UIN Jakarta will hold leaders work meeting (Rakerpim) in Anyerm Banten on January 18 to 22. Other than to evaluate the last year (2016) performance achievement it will also discuss the working plan implementation for this 2017 fiscal year.

“There are two main agendas to be discussed for this meeting. First, the institutional sector strengthening, and the second is to enhancing the quality of human resource,” said the Sub-division Head of Documentary and Publication Department Feni Arifiani MH to UIN News Online in his office, Thursday, (1/12).

There are two strategic issues that will be discussed, the transformation of UIN Jakarta from Public Service Agency State University (PTN BLU) to Legal Entity State University (PTN BH) and to strengthen the cooperation and networking between UIN Jakarta with other institutions.

Feni explained, this Rakerpim is the third years during the period of Prof Dr Dede Rosyada as the Rector of UIN Jakarta. For the last two years, UIN Jakarta has achieved many satisfactory performances, such as in the field of academic development and human resources quality improvement.

“These two strategic issues will be discussed again in order to be better over the next year,” he said.

This year Rakerpim entitled “Penguatan Institusi dan Sumber Daya Manusia UIN Jakarta dalam Rangka Rekognisi Internasional” (Strengthening the Institutional and Human Resources of UIN Jakarta to Gain International Recognition) will be divided into three sessions, the first session will be filled with the enrichment on academic and institutional insights and will be delivered by a number of expert speakers at Harun Nasution Auditorium on January 18th. While the second meeting will be contained with commission meeting that discusses the 2017 work plan.

“The last two sessions will be discussed in Anyer, Banten,” he added. (rs/usa)