152 CPNS Unsyiah Attend Orientation

14.10.2019 Humas

A total of 152 Prospective Civil Servants (CPNS) Syiah Kuala University 2018 period, consisting of educational staff and lecturers participated in orientation activities carried out from October 14-18, 2019 at AAC Dayan Dawood Building. This activity was officially opened by Vice Rector I Unsyiah Prof. Dr. Marwan (Monday, 10/14).

In his remarks Marwan congratulated the CPNS who had made it through a long series of selections. This success, said Marwan, must be grateful for carrying out the task well and full of responsibility.

The Unsyiah civil servants must also be involved in efforts to realize the Tri Dharma Principles in the form of education, research and community service.

"Your presence in Unsyiah is expected to make a real contribution, so that this campus can develop even better," said Marwan.

In addition, Marwan invited the Unsyiah employees especially lecturers to master foreign languages ​​such as English. Because in this era, foreign languages ​​have an important role in efforts to strengthen institutional competitiveness.

  

According to Marwan, there are three important benefits if a lecturer is able to master English. First, he has wider opportunities for interaction. Second, broadening knowledge or knowledge. Third, mastery of English can increase confidence in academic activities.

"For this reason, please take advantage of this first year to learn to master English. With this skill, it can encourage lecturers to write reputable journals, "said Marwan.

This activity raised the theme, "Realizing State Civil Apparatuses Who Have Good Knowledge, Discipline, Loyalty and Responsibility and Able to Compete in the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0". Of the 152 people, consisting of 5 education personnel and 147 lecturers.

Present in this activity were the Head of the Unsyiah General and Financial Bureau, the Head of the Planning and Public Relations Bureau, the Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, the Dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, and the Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture.