04 Jan 2016

Lecturer Must Accommodate Students More Insight to Face MEA

BANDUNG, TEL-U – Vice Rector II Telkom University (Tel-U) Dra Djusnimar Zultilisna, Akt MBA invites lecturers to motivate students in order to improve the quality and innovation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). “We have entered the year of 2016 when the MEA has already begun and certainly competitive conditions require the tough graduates,” she said.

Statement of Vice Rector II was presented during the opening of Technical Training Learning In Indonesia National Qualifications Framework (KKNI) in Grha Wiyata Cacuk Sudarijanto, Monday (4/1). The event was attended by dozens of lecturers from seven faculties.

According to Djusnimar, implementation of MEAs created heavy burden of students and the greater challenge. “Because it’s our responsibility as a teacher to give provisions to them so that our students become more inovative,, creative, and resilient,” she said.

The training will be implemented over the next three days invited a number of expertise such as Professor from ITB,Prof Dr Ichsan Setya Son, member of Higher Education curriculum drafting team Ir Syamsul Arifin, MT, and a lecturer at the National University of Jakarta, Dr. Robinson Situmorang. While internal Tel-U Deputy Dean I of the Faculty of Communication and Business Ade Irma Susanti, PhD and Director of Academic Christanto Triwibisono. (purel / raf)

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