Rectorate, UIN News Online â€“ The Minister of Manpower Hanif Dhakiri is scheduled to deliver a scientific oration at the 102nd UIN Jakarta Graduation Ceremony in Prof Dr Harun Nasution Auditorium. In addition to delivering the oration, the minister will also sign a cooperation agreement with UIN Jakarta in the field of human resource development.
It was said by the sub section head of Publication and Documentation Department of UIN Jakarta to UIN News Online, Friday, (11/18). According to the schedule, the Minister will deliver his oration on Saturday, (11/26).
â€œInsya Allah, the minister of manpower Hanif Dhakiri, will be present and deliver a scientific speech about labor problems in Indonesia,â€ said Feni.
Feni also explained that the presence of the minister from Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa (PKB) was obtained from the Ministry of Manpower through UIN Jakarta Rectorate staff yesterday, (11/17). â€œThe letter was received, and he (Muhammad Hanif Dhakiri) stated that he would present, “he said.
The graduation ceremony will be held on Saturday-Sunday (November 26-27th, 2016), and will inaugurate 1043 people from11 Faculties and post-graduate school.
For Saturday, graduation ceremony will be held for the graduates from the Faculty of Ushuluddin (65 graduates), Faculty of Syariâ€™ah and Law (188 graduates), Faculty of Economics and Business (112 graduates), Faculty of Sciences and Technology (63 graduates), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (75 graduates), and the Faculty of Psychology (29 graduates)
And for Sunday, graduation ceremony will be held for the graduates from the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training (259 graduates), Faculty of Daâ€™wah and Communication (133 graduates), Faculty of Dirasat Islamiyah (15 graduates), Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (38 graduates), Faculty of Adab and Humanities (41 graduates), and 25 graduates from the post-graduate school.
â€œBefore inaugurated, all candidates are expected to participate in the rehearsal on Thursday, November 24th at 08.00,â€ added Feni. (ns/ika p/umar)