BANDUNG, unpas.ac.id – In order to establish a better Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi, Bandung Universitas Nurtanio (Unnur) held a visit to Universitas Pasundan, Jalan Dr. Setiabudi, Bandung, on Wednesday (March 24th, 2021).
This visit was welcomed and attended by the Rector of Unnur, Dr. Sukmo Gunadi, M.Si, accompanied by Vice Rector I Dr. Tita Meirina Djuwita, M.Si., Vice Rector III Muhammad Satar, S.E., M.M., Director of Postgraduate School Dr. Hidayat, M.Si., Head of Daily Implementation Board Ir. Hartono W.S and other two staffs of Unnur.
Rector of Unpas Prof. Dr. Ir. H. Eddy Jusuf Sp. M.Si., M.Kom., IPU said that Unpas welcomed the visit of Rector of Unnur to overview the benchmarking of Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) program.
“Unnur wants to overview the benchmark or evaluation continuously with Unpas regarding the implementation of MBKM,” the Rector said.
As an institution which got an A-accredited from BAN-PT, Unpas collaborates with 47 universities to improve management, teacher’s career improvement and student service.
“In this case, we are really open, especially since Unpas also has an obligation to collaborate with several universities,” he continued.
Meanwhile, Rector of Unnur Dr. Sukmo Gunardi, M.Si explainded that the visit aimed at discussing the implementation of the Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) program at Unpas. According to him, Unpas was chosen because the implementation of the MBKM program had received appreciation.
“It is part of the follow-up collaboration between Unnur and Unpas to find out about the implementation of MBKM in Unpas. We want to learn, because Unpas is one of the university that has been appreciated,” he explained.
Related to the issue, Unnur will follow the Standard Operating Procedures of MBKM implementation program in Unpas in order to be able to implement it too.
Apart from the MBKM implementation, the visit also discussed about the university governance in Unpas, such as academic activity, construction progress and student achievement.
“For university governance, we need to efficiently learn from Unpas, especially by looking the speed progress of construction, physically and non-physically. Unpas also has outstanding achievements, we admit that,” the Rector of Unnur added.
For the near future, the Rector of Unnur hopes to continue to collaborate with Unpas so that they can implement the MBKM program and create another innovation and collaboration to be real.
“We want to keep in touch and collaborate, because it is the main important thing in MBKM. Without collaboration, it is impossible for us to make synergy and collaboration,” he ended (Reta Amaliyah S)**