12 Oct 2021

Telkom University and Kedaireka Academy Collaboration Kickoff

BANDUNG, Telkom University – In producing superior Human Resources (HR) for advanced Indonesia, Telkom University (Tel-U) cooperates with Kedaireka Academy.

Kedaireka itself is an acronym for Indonesian Sovereignty in Reka Cipta, where Kedaireka is the official platform from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (Kemdikbud Ristek) to build optimism in the world of work that has various problems and needs so that it can meet the solution to the problems.

Rector of Telkom University, Prof. Dr. Adiwijaya at the Kickoff webinar in Kedaireka’s collaboration with Telkom University titled Global Community Connectivity Collaboration, which took place online, Monday (11/10), said that technology developments in the future will be very fast, which is an encouragement for researchers at universities, to be able to do research, create innovation. The development of solutions developed in universities must be able to become products that can be developed and utilized by the industry and can provide useful impacts for the community.

“We hope that collaboration between researchers in all universities and the involvement of industrial partners through the Kedaireka program can create a national product that can realize technological independence for advanced Indonesia.” Obviously.

Prof. Adiwijaya added, along with the independent learning program for independent campuses, Telkom University supports the government to continue to provide the best to create superior human resources for Indonesia, because universities are the gateway to creating a golden generation for this nation.

“Hopefully this activity can provide benefits for all of us, through collaboration between institutions we will realize a growing Indonesia and a resilient Indonesia.” Obviously.

Director of Strategic Cooperation & International Affairs Office of Telkom University, Lia Yuldinawati said that, in the Tel-U collaboration program with Kedaireka, there will be 6 classes that focus on open technology solutions.

“Through this program, we invite all Dikti personnel to be able to join the training which will be held for approximately 3 months consisting of 6 classes, with various themes related to the development of 5G technology, OpenRAN, to 6G technology,” he said.

Secretary of the Directorate General of Higher Education, Research and Technology, Paristiyanti Nurwardani, said that at the webinar entitled Global Community Connectivity Collaboration, this is a mandate from the Minister of Education and Culture, Research and Technology, related to the transformation of higher education, which will have a tremendous impact for Indonesia in advancing human resources.

“Therefore, very good collaboration is needed between Dikti personnel and the industry, therefore, this program is very open to all universities and industry players, anyone who wants to collaborate on this program is welcome.”

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