Rectorate, UIN News Online – UIN Jakarta has won the award as an Islamic Religious College or PTKI with the PTKI with the highest percentage of an “A” accreditation status for study programs. This is one of three awards received by UIN Jakarta in the 2020 Appreciation of Islamic Religious Higher Education (Adiktis) in Jakarta, Wednesday (12/30/2020). The three awards were received directly by the Rector of UIN Jakarta Amany Lubis from the Indonesian Minister of Religion Affairs (Menag) Yaqut Cholil Qoumas.
Based on data from the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education or BAN-PT, the majority of study programs offered by UIN Jakarta has an “A” grade accreditation status. The number is not less than 44 study programs (34 study programs at undergraduate program, 1 profession program, 8 study programs at faculty master program, and 1 doctoral program).
The 34 study programs are Social Sciences Education, Educational Management, Biology, Social Welfare, Nursing science, Nursing Science profession program, Islamic Communication and Broadcasting, Theology and Philosophy, Islamic Guidance and Counseling, English Education, History of Islamic Civilization, Arabic Language and Literature, Library Science, Agribusiness, Political Science, International Relations, Informatics Systems, Study of Qur’an and Tafsir, Studies of Religions, Comparative Schools of Islamic Jurisprudence, Islamic Economics (mu`amalah), Criminal Law (jinayah), Constitutional law (siyasah), Management, Islamic Studies, Islamic Religion Education, Economics and Development, Islamic Family Law (ahwal Al-syakhshiyah), psychology, Arabic Language Education, Da’wa Management, Islamic Society Development, translation, sociology, and accounting.
At the master level, an “A” grade accreditation status includes in History of Islamic Civilization, Arabic Language Education, Islamic Economics, Arabic Language and Literature, Islamic Studies, Theology and Philosophy, Islamic Studies, and Islamic Religion Education. While in the Doctoral program, the SPS UIN Jakarta Islamic Studies Doctoral Program is recorded as accredited with an “A” grade until 2025.
Meanwhile, responding to the award, Rector Amany Lubis told UIN News Online that she was very proud of the accomplishment.
“This is the result of the hard work of all academic community, both within the rectorate and faculty/institute. Therefore, we must work even harder to maintain the reputation of UIN Jakarta, both at the national and international levels. Hopefully in the next 2021 UIN Jakarta will get more awards,” said Rector Amany.
Separately, the head of Quality Assurance Institute (LPM) of UIN Jakarta Muhammad Zuhdi also expressed his appreciation for the award given by the Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs. According to Zuhdi this accomplishment is the result of the hard work of the entire academic community that must be maintained.
UIN Jakarta itself, through LPM, continued Zuhdi, will continue to improve the quality of education offered to the public. One of them is by increasing the effectiveness of the online Internal Quality Audit through the System of Internal Quality Assurance or SIQA application.
The SIQA application was developed by LPM UIN Jakarta to provide application-based educational quality control services and tools. This application allows the related parties to see the real data sent and translated by SIQA as an illustration of the accreditation status of the study program. So that in-depth analysis can be carried out immediately.
“The Internal Quality Audit process will continue to be carried out to improve the quality of education and services at UIN Jakarta,” he concluded. (usa/zm)