Mataram, University of Mataram – The University of Mataram (UNRAM) 2019 New Student Campus (PKKMB) Activities Introduction to the University of Mataram (UNRAM) graduating through the SBMPTN was held at the M. Yusuf Abubakar Auditorium Building since Tuesday, July 30, 2019 yesterday.
PKKMB SBMPTN activities will be carried out in two waves, the first wave will last for 3 days, 30 July to 1 August 2019. While the second wave will be held on 6-8 August.
The PKKMB activity was attended by all elements of the UNRAM leadership starting from the Rector, Vice-Rector, Postgraduate Director, Dean, Deputy Dean, Head of Bureaus and Structural Officers in UNRAM.
“As many as 1,405 new students participated in the event, with details of 408 people from FKIP, 210 people from the Faculty of Economics, 163 people from the Faculty of Agriculture, 144 people from the Faculty of Engineering, 154 people from the Faculty of Law, 79 people from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, 68 people from the Faculty Animal Husbandry, 55 people from FATEPA, 39 people from the Faculty of Medicine, 28 people from the International Relations Study Program, 29 people from the Communication Studies Program and 29 people from the Sociology Study Program. ” Dr. Muhammad Natsir, SH., M.Hum Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Alumni of UNRAM when delivering his report.
“The purpose of this PKKMB is to introduce campus life so that new students can accelerate adaptation, expedite their study programs, uphold academic values, increase national and state awareness, love the motherland, discipline and obey the law,” he explained.
By holding this PKKMB, UNRAM new students are expected to become students of faith and devotion to God Almighty, increase national and state awareness, love the motherland, discipline and obey the law in students and understand and understand their new environment.
UNRAM Rector Prof. Dr. Then Husni, SH., M.Hum in his remarks advised new students to stay away from all forms of drugs.
“Keep away from all forms of drugs and other illicit drugs. There is no tolerance for users or dealers of illicit goods. For those who violate it will be expelled from UNRAM without going through court. “Prof. Husni.
Furthermore, Prof. Husni also advised continuing to maintain unity and unity and keep away from radicalism and extremism.
“Keep the unity and integrity of the nation within the framework of the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution. Don’t have a narrow view in understanding religion so that it falls in the understanding of extremism, please open and discuss, ask people who are experts to get the right understanding to avoid radicalism,” he concluded.
Responding to a growing issue related to 10 PTNs exposed to radicalism by the institute equivalent, Prof. Husni questioned the methodology used in the study.
“We can debate the methodology especially, because the survey should not be conducted for only one or two days and only one or two people are interviewed and they have already reached a conclusion,” he explained.