FIDK, UIN News Online – Student Association Department (HMJ) Da’wah Management Faculty of Da’wah and Communication Science (FIDK) UIN Jakarta Closeding Ceremony Islamic Da’wa Celebration the 20th MD Anniversary on Tuesday (24/10), located at Basement FIDIK UIN Jakarta.
The event with the theme of Youth, attended by Head of Department of Management Da’wah, Drs Cecep Castrawijaya MA, and Gus Candra Malik (Humanists and religionists). In addition, this event was attended also by the academic community of Faculty of Dakwah Science and Communication Science UIN Jakarta.
To UIN NEWS Online, the Chairman of Student Association of Dakwah Department Ali Alatas explained that the 20th MD Anniversary series has been conducted smoothly, from 19-24 October 2017.
“We have conducted various events, including Youth Discussion with Literature and Da’wah theme: Youth Opportunity and Challenge, Public Discussion with Youth theme in Literacy Spectacles, and several competition for student category, and then ended with the Closing Ceremony of Literature Study with Gus Chandra Malik, “Ali said.
In his speech, Cecep hoped that this activity can increase the scholarly knowledge of the students of Da’wah Management in particular, and their affection to their majors.
“Age of 20 is not a young age; in fact it is a productive age. Therefore, I hope that the Da’wah Management of UIN Jakarta has always advanced and become the best majors in various achievements, “he hoped.
In the same place, Gus Chandra Malik in his presentation quoted Luxembourg’s preface that as a creation, literature does not exist by itself. The literature figure creates a new world, continues the creation, and perfects it.
“Literature is autonomous, because it does not refer to anything else. Literature is understood from the literature itself. Literature is coherent in the sense of containing a deep harmony between form and content, “he explained.
Literature, according to Cecep, also presents the synthesis of contradictory things in it. Through the media as its language of literature reveals the unspoken
“Thus, the Indonesian literary works (short stories, novels, poetry and drama) are very rich with themes or religious breath,” he concluded. (usa-im)