1,030 graduates graduated by UNAIR Rector Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nasih, SE, Mt., Ak., CMA., in presence of their parents on Sunday, July 1 at Airlangga Convention Center (ACC). (Photo: Feri Fenoria)
UNAIR NEWS – After graduation, graduates of Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) is expected to be part of development, to serve and solve problems and particularly contribute to improve the nation. The statement was conveyed by UNAIR Rector Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nasih, SE, Mt., Ak., CMA., in July 2018 graduation.
1,030 students were graduated by the Rector at Airlangga Convention Center (ACC) on Sunday, July 1. In the graduation, all parents of the graduates were also attending.
To the graduates, Prof. Nasih explained that to arrive at that moment, there are many parties who helped them to get their education degree. Moral and material support contributed to the graduates. In addition to parents and academic community, there is also state involvement.
Prof. Nasih said that the state has made an investment to all graduates in the effort to improve the nation. There is not a small amount of money that the state allocated into colleges every year, including for UNAIR.
Therefore, Prof. Nasih encouraged and hoped that UNAIR graduates could be a part of the country’s advancement, by being innovative people who are able to solve the problems in the current society.
“Because you are trained and educated to solve every problem arising in society,” he said.
Graduates are not expected to engage in unlawful acts. As well as the nearest, actions that are against Indonesia as a state of Pancasila and diversity. The interests of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (NKRI) should be the main consideration of graduates in taking part in various fields in the future.
“There should be no graduates who are detrimental, and conduct various actions that are contrary to Pancasila as the basis of Pancasila and state guidance,” he said.
For the support and facilities of the country, it becomes the main thing for every graduate to take part and to build the country at least in the smallest scope. For example, by spreading a positive attitude like optimism in their environment, not by slowing the progress of the country such as participating and adding problems.
In the effort, UNAIR also continuously improves the quality of graduates by by improving accreditation and aiming for international accreditation as an effort to achieve global excellence.
“The latest five UNAIR study programs have just received accreditation from ASIIN (Accreditation Agency for Degree Programs in Engineering, Informatics / Computer Science, the Natural Sciences and Mathematics, ed). An international accreditation agency in science field based in Germany, “he said.
There was also an appreciation for best graduates and outstanding students during the ceremony. In total there were 29 awardees, in detail, there was one outstanding entrepreneur, 6 outstanding graduates, and 22 best graduates.
With a total 1,030 students graduated in July 2018. Here is the detail list from all faculties: