Diorama Room, UIN Online NEWS – In order to optimize the achievement of the 2018 General Performance Index (IKU), the Work Unit (Satker) under the General and Civil Administration Bureau (BAUK) held an Office Meeting (RDK) held on Monday (10/22/2018 ), located in the Diorama Room  campus I of UIN Jakarta.

The meeting, which was officially opened by the Head of the General and Academic Administration Bureau (AUK) Dr. H Rudi Subiyantoro M.Pd, began at 9:00 a.m. 16.00 s.d 19.30 WIB and was also attended by the Head of Personnel Section, Ir Yarsi Berlianti MSi, General Head of Encep Dimyati MA, Heads of Subdivisions and all employees under the satker of AUK UIN Jakarta Bureau.

In his remarks, the Head of the AUK Bureau appreciated the DRC activities, and hoped all employees to always optimize their services, performance and discipline. The reason is, even though the achievement of the 2018 IKU is now quite encouraging, there are still some things that need to be re-evaluated and optimized.

 “Do your work according to the respective capabilities to the fullest. We all do this in an effort to provide satisfying services and optimize the achievement of our 2018 IKU’s,” said Rudi.

He also added, in addition to optimizing performance, discipline is also needed for working hours. This, according to him, will affect the achievement of the IKU and will affect the performance of other work units.

“It is advised for each work unit to work together and support each other to improve the quality and quantity of performance in all parts of UIN Jakarta,” he added.

In the same place, the Head of Personnel Section, Ir Yarsi Berlianti MSi, emphasized that there were several work units that still needed improvement both in administration and performance reports.

“There are several work units that still need development in order to produce orderly administration and optimize the achievement of the IKU,” Yarsi said.

She added, that in order to realize this, there needs to be coordination and communication between the satker, especially those under the auspices of the AUK Bureau. “There is still time to continue to improve the achievement of the IKU,” said Yarsi. (usa-rs)

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